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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00685

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Elba

Of Pianom
Southwest
; Hands

1 r AP)-It wa
tday that French
invasionif El ba eare
I against strong ri
*at several places. Th
southwest o
in Allied hand
in the operation
n of commando
American navies
SFrench craft, trani's
seaid to the Island and
be adings with sea
wle report from Allied
in Italy says that
troops who landed
of Elba have se-
r xtheiAlltes other
speak of strong Ger-
Reuter re-
ean Allied Ali
jS o supporting the op.
h Fr stench squadrons
C inent part. Among
i ductn the operation
Henry Martin, who
the French Army's
at Corsica. Others In-
,Almiral Troubridge, o
.






navy man~d Perugta
said the Tricolour and
I Lorralne now fly from
Where Napoleon was a
During his stay of iII
1 the Island 130 years
Sbombers began pre-
f Ir the landing r esoter-
troyng a petru i dump
t we six hit$ on a radio
$se attacking a 250ft.
in a the harbour at
5I~O. They left the
in and listing badly.
Secured direct hit on
M telsj
M, the Eighth Army is
S the central Italian pivoL
PhrWag&, about 72 miles
RAC Florence, fighting to
0W 13 miles of the town
iM~Uth
tdiougno menaced Perugia
Ai -theast, as It lies about
es away.
Army.Bin capturing
occupied the villages
Trianacenteng and
It reported that
troops, fighting in
betweenFoligno and
the town of
north and
ke Bolsena. The
terdrive toward Peru-
Montefalco.
Muineed that prisoners
r.0 Fifth Army alone
ted offensive now total


Hold Up

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Reported
j"9i041 Cersepondeat
!WNANDOr June 17-
K se was held up by two
a Le Retraite itoad,
Wriaby afternoon and
Psi wa made to po.1ce
LBy Mr. Henry BUrton,
.et engineer of Indus-
kLLtd *
I it In stated, was on
9Gay Workers when the
wa which he was travel.
Ce by a tree across
was attacked on
to remove the tree.
launched the attack
rber took the money
SMtotor-car, Mr. Burton
He said he knocked out
*er. but the other man,
I the money, knocked him
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Mon'ble A. B. Wright, th
Rattan, Commanding 01O
Ple Theatre'on Wednesdi
S for which booklngs 4
morning at David- r
= will have among
vs among
g artats Pete Blescia,.
. BobGaines, George
rd, Lois Kays, Bob
M the U.S.A.-and Mliss
IBM McD. Carpenter, p
thnagel, A. Corbin,
eyn Kellman, Gwen
Iveyn Crooke Grace i
SW. D'Abadie, Odette H
n de Verteuil, Doreen
Z mnya ethanlA 'h


Chat With Vatican Guards


An American Ridler talks with a Swif Guard at a gate to the
Vatican City in Rome after the fall of th Itaga capital.-
IA.P. photo.)


Pilotless


New Icelandic.....


'Planes Keep Republic Inaugurated
ne s REYKJAVIK, June 17 (Reu-
G runners BuSy ter)-The new republic of Ice-
land was Inaugurated today and
By JOHN COLBURN the Brltish Minister conveyed
LONDON, June i7 (AP.-Oer- His Majesty the King's rreet-
many stepped up the pace of their ing. to tht first president Of
attacks wilth the new flying the new Icelandic republic.
bomb.s--\ hlch the NaziLs called ... .. .__ _....... ....
"Dynamite Meteor '-and pilotless
'planes were reported at intervals TT
throughout the day over southern UeS Forces
England giving anti-aircraft gun-I
ners their finst around the c,ock
workout since the battle of Bri-
mil Beat Back
i A missile exploding In the street J p T S i a
of one t-wn caused serious casu- I
allies ,n daylight following a night J I ai
in which the Germans u(d both
pilot.ess 'planes and bombers. An- WASHINGTON, June 17 (AP)-
other flying bomb struck a The Americans are beating bac
hospital before dawn. killing a strong opposition and are con
number of nurses and patients, verging .on the Aslita airfield in
Other localitlea we.e damaged. AI. the south central part of th
though the attacks kept ack-ack Saipan island, the first objective I
guns blasting, the Under Secretary the campaign to gain the corner o
of Air predicted in a speech that the western Pacific Marlanas
Britain's defenders would soon Is'ands.
master the new weapon. Far to the north other Ameri
The Under-Secretary said: "Al- can force resiemol serial nound
ready we are taking the measure ain oig OT 3 e ,i' l
and a toll of the new w, pons., bases in Japan's Kuriles. Admi-
lSclence combined with the skill ral Chester Nimltz. Pacific Corn
and courrts of those concerned mander-in-Chlef reported tha
with our air and ground defences. marines and army infantry units
will evolve new counter-measures engaged in the Saipan action had
which will make Hitler soon rea- "improved their positions," al
Ilse he is pretty well back where along a relatively level and tropi-
h started," cal island. At the same time he
As palt of the defensive mea- disclosed that 120 miles south o
sures Allied 'planes struck several Salpan, American warships bom-
bows at the Pas de Calais area boarded Guam. No details of the
where the jet-propelled cliaft are bombardment were given.
launched.
There has been damage In va- KURILES BOMBED
rious parts of southern England.
One pllotless 'plane landed in the In the north Pacific, United
middle of a group of houses States bombers made a new series
wrecking them and blasting others, of three assaults on the Kuriles,
Another 'plane reduced four houses battering Paramushiro Mathuja
to dust. Three persons were killed Shimushirl and Shumushu, all fre-
and some Injured but many es- quently subjected to previous aerial
caped unhurt in street sheltes a.- bombardment. Enempy fighter op
though they had to dig their way position was encoufitered in each
out of debris, of the aerial attacks, but they were
"I was witness to one night at- beaten off. One enemy fighter
tack and saw a flying bomb come was probably shot down, and a
In low and as it passed over my Japanese medium bomber dam-
house I saw it begin to lose aged. Several American -planes
height. Anti-aircraft fire was ter- mn d .
rifle. After a few seconds there sufftred minor dama ge.
was a violent explosion and plas- Little information wla oive
ter fell from the ceiling and win- about the land battling in Saipan.
dows were shattered. The fl.-st re- where last night it was disclosed
ports said a dozen people wee Americans were compelled to with-
killed." draw for a short distance toward
"One of the 'planes tumb'.ed the beachheads by Intense mortar
over a cricket field In southern and artillery fire.
England tcday carrying a tall of American naval forces carried
flame and exploded in a nearby out heavy bombardment of enemy
[PL.... strong-points after the withdti'wal.
[PLEASE TURN TO PAGE S, COL. 5] Admiral Nimitz reported today
that naval bombardment was suc-
ceedingr in blotting out some of the
,on( Sh V tT en-mys tRu posl.ions. for hlie said
nonia S how "harassment of our beachheads by
enemy mo:'tar fire has bwen con-
nt Relief Fund se0al
id is to get entire proceeds of Move To Stabilise
borate show to be produced by Italian Regidme
ingulshed patronage of His Excel-
ROME, June 17 (AP)-Premier
e Acting ove.nor, and Colonel Bonomi and members of his Cabi-
fflcer, Trinidad Base Command, net conferred with Allied oflicial
sy, June 28. at Salerno today, in an effort to
_________ __ f And a solution under which the
ter $10 Mr. and Mrs. L .-. Rotan' -s. Government can retain Its antl-
10ml1 J Vanooste-45. Aadr. Llano* $5.
Miss Anne M M. S"enec $2. Mr. and monarchic stand, and yet fulfil the
Mrs. Tomnoy McCarthy $10. Mr. Basli de agre-ment that no bAsic changes be
Ganne i. Mr. C. Shpptd MISS A. made in Italy's Government untul
Lueusari-seue 81, Mr. V. Smith $2, Mr,
J. R. L. Maingot P. Mr. and Mrs. the whole country is liberated ana
MOpMes Camacno 7s. Mr. and Mrs. Car, the Italian people have an oppor-
Perslra $10, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delmse
in0, M ian Rit pereitra $1. Mi isabit tunlty to make their choice.
Urelra s., Mr, and Mrs. Oeorge ATrhw Tln nllal rl I h
110., Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Craeclolo $10 Italian political circles said that
is. A. de va ts$5. Mr. Clyde Tong t5. the Cabinet's refusal to take the
Ur. A. J. Abraham 5s, Mr. iman Luengo
2, Mut L. B. Craerioio Si, Mr. H GO,. oath to Crown Prince Umberto, as
ive _55, Mr. M. Arneiid $. Miss M. Lieuttenant-General, and London's


- ..... '' '.*t tW uT rartn h1. Mr. w. W,. ar 1m. r o
O.hestra assisting. LD. Upward $5,. Mis J. Hitsan 2. Mr. reaction against the ousting of Ba.
UOO In -contributions ). P. Taw al,. Miss G. Chandler $1. Mr. dogilo from any perIc'Vy.tisi In
wyV. A. ews1,MrAPes1,to carry the fund are 1, Mis D. deNobri $1, the Government. are theW main
. total of 2,602x.23, Mis u. yaier St. Mis a K. erretrr ei. reasons for the pitis.
I~ average still above Mr. K H. I owen 5., Miss U. MT1aaot
svra tane empM.dv tltus$Mr.r. 1K.cotiue monhl im gia
r eaid *$2. i1 Aehow $2, Mr. HenridV se Democratic elm.n-. l Rome
wale, tuM, Mr. eltvlRoarlsuei $2, Mr. Jo,=r" "ntinued l to hold Arm aal-ti
the d fun stnds!t,,$2.B asltaltil% SM it i, Mr.M Msrto and Addoglo. ut
astt .$1,s01.19 Frank Panti 52. Mr. J. Y-POidt0, Mr. berto and I-adoqo. ,oilist
-l, 0 0I1)0,0 Mr- A, M-rtn '". MnM. Chilsl MUsynrd Si' newspaperst made new atta2ks oni
.r QeorGe Marlin MU. )erick blnedesa$.O. Mr. J. lteno',
r* nd family. Mr. euy ws a. Meyer $1. Mr. T. g, Badogllo for his Fascist ,;t', End
tl .00p 5fr. Od ro S2.s M.,Mr Rihra4d $. Mr. A. some Italians expressed fear thwt
]fl..id. (Gordon Ona 3 r.( oblasmg$11 Mr. C.A.,fteHueo
S i eaSeS Palmer Csaola t. Miss sU oore Allied support of the Holi of
,. MIS. l. Aussidi 5,toMis J e Carvam 3.3 Mr. Sad NOSavoy might lead to this eventual
X I.t Aiso'tiai $15.d1 S do 0@ $5. The MiSe T.
GanSte a Mr. id a. lvs Mr. &soers, X. V.= establishmentof a now Fasts In
Seb~ek ar re"s 55Mr Me. SadMrs.H Italy under the Royal Hous-.,
g-A5.s. 5't5fld Me.T T. Oqunati Si. ,.
4. Deltas $5. Mr P. Ohsn&le$ an, nr.C It was reported yesterday that the
and B EL rP-i-s02n. Mr. It. pSierd P.os5ml. Governmtnent wats in a state
IL Pereira 0, Mr. ?NIX Clark*e;
0 W l .War r- OVAJ, A- C"" o "873"Mr. sod
M r. Alvin sad tgg Misses M. -. -'
~yUt[b ar .ivI as, 515 -ra Etr Olcalit aunt Svalslen While, full
um J. n.9= l"4 SW 5A-. Mr.t kj bly ent that the prwnt
0,S M.r.ltra t81. Mr .111411 i oRt e t Wowth of Mr .
_______:.19_ _. n'Jsa ess.u vt_


Lady I tleto have a great effmt WAMWOTONO, June T17 (R*u- Chankaha is ll in Chie. hand
on the "A's ela races, while In ter).'- Certan sports etreulsttng but every avenue of retat fr the
le Ser am Lora mAs h&p wil n Amerliten oIcial irea heeM defende"rM was at.
p g t ly Uo f m MspoeulstoeI n Ro"r win rie to th nodw
CavaR me eev wa ln. Prsleus, the China, me thetes IsWM
S aM l* frh antrsto ed I tInmste twapu* e Lung-
]_JML s sad S tood t pool-


Pusr Deeper


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,herbourg Port


r England


Patriot Army Allied Forces


Harass Nazist Tnt or
0 11nto Norman

Help By DestroyingT Se Of f
Rail Traffir ae afell f f

eommuaique Issued today Said thatat
French Patriot forces inside France e F
are gtivin complete suporti to the
In vasion of aaro e by a broad o t -



=o s aieffective. ormds avben r. ..ll
and o dsro;daieacdnd Pas de C alais Nazis Foi



pannedast0loooie abotage.l rm1b,,i olwu of thea ri
othrod und ratlotas hv.m~igbow ntebssfo
The communique said that ooin Ce L
June 6 the army of French ForeXs
Sof the Interior has increased both h HLe hu By l B ig
the size and scope of its activities p 5 t dw Ai
o sabotage, which Includes Bomber r orce
a part the paralyzing of rail and
road traffic, and interruptlon of
telegraph and telephone communi- UP RE MN ALLIED READ-
cations. the majority of these QUARTE June 17 (API-Pow-
cases their objectives hove been eflfrain fAle obr
attained. erful formaion* If Allied bombers
Destruction of railways has been '.ishred out in the direction tof the _w
*Imoat effective. Bridges have been
destroyed, derailment effectedand P p. de Calais area in the evening
at least 70 locomotives sabotaged. presumably in a follow-up of the
Both road and rail traffic have smash... >in blw .o the^^^B lL
been completely stopped In te the beialow on the bases from
Valley of the Rhone. Canals have Which Hitler has been launching f
not been spared. One has been his bomb-flleil pilotless 'p'itnes for
damaged, one cut and another been the past 45 hours t draw Alliedy
put out of action. Four consecu- air poower off German frontline
The locks of another have ben d targets in Normandy.


thato^ theseron mutpe a d si ut n -te r LM Caroll Asoia e -P
destroyed. Many acts of sabotageSelected squadrons of United
have been carried out against States Fortresses ands T berators
transformer stations. It Is neither
possible nor desirable t enumeraen nand R.A.F. Spitfires attacked the
all the many lffectlve acts of de- P t de Calals area,. while 1 000 .
struction which have been carried other American eavy miers a r nd
out. fighters hit six German airfields In
tkonne in daylight attacks through A batch t German rsoners Is
TROOPS DELAYED bad weather today. w alt transportation I. England fr
The communique further stated Lancaster aircraft supported the lost to the Alled Invadinr force
that these multiple and simultane- land operations in a wide assort- Peter J. Carroll, Asseciated Press
ous cases of sabotage. co-ordinated ment of ittacks. The raids on the Still Phot
with the Allied enort and have Pa de Cla roast, the neares to _____________________
delayed considerably the movensent England, followed heavy R.A.P.+
of German troops, assaults on the same art 1 during, o n i
The Maquis aie reported toa have the night which In turn came after T T ( e I.u
taken 300 prisoners. A German a i late dayllhi t attack by Anteri- U.S *. CasualieS
garrison has also been attacked. c ni 'planes on Friday. In France 15.883
in some areas villages o have been rmi a. b
occupied. Street Agnting has oc- Dulsberg onil PlantLu p n e 1 tw
curred elsewhere, neni y detacL- LONDON, June 17 ments have been destroyed, Hit By R.A.F. Planes General Omah Bradley, the
Guerrilla operations against theComn ofthemeri
enemy are in full swing and In LONDON, June 17 (AP)-RA.r Commander of the American
some areas the Army of the French bombers smashed at a synthetic oil forces In tPrance, gave ngures
Forces of the Interiorare in full plant near Dulsberg Last night ande today ofr Amer(niary casu-
control. At the end of the first Mosqui-oes pounded Berlin while I
week of operations on the shores the Germans kept pilotless 'plane U in the Normandv battle
of France, the Army of French ittacksi ontEngth ro p tolans ght. e e aidet was
Forces th inte has ittis on, E land goiI throg up to lt ight e said it was
British and American comrades 36 hours despite the 1st,.! evening 15883. Of this number 3,293
played an important asslgnme"ntr blow by American Fortresses and .
the battle of liberation. Ub-rators on Pa de Caiia where were known to be dead and the
the hissing robot craft are believed rest were wounded.
'being launched. General Bradley also gave the
Dk f^ *-The R.A.P. dumped tons of ex- number of prisoners the Amer-
L' Duutae jnC~a D nn k plosives on the Fischer Tropsch icans have evacuatrd from
R uss ia a J Rsynthetic oil plant *t Sttrkrade, thtlr beachhied. it was
to about five miles north of ais- 8,500.
nf berg.
i 1 VilpUri (Reuter reported the Air Min-
-Istry as flying that the attack Swnrnnd (~vT.'
LONDON, Jue 17 (AP).Th near Dutsberg was part ofal l
I- ON]ONJ~la 1 (A).,he plan to reduce oerinan's all
Ro Re y A "ryace through H12 more R1d
e d rul to Karelian Isthmus supplies W sttIl WW V
aad captured three railway stations mans rc'v on synthetic fact.
as General Govorov drove ever riea for about a third of their
nearer Vilpuri from which the oil supply. From all these -
t Finns are fleeing, operations and fr.... milnelay- ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD-
The Moscow communique Paid Ing in enemy waters 83 air- QUA1.TERS, NEW GUINEA June
d that there are no changes on the craft are missing. 17 (APt Mitchells and Lightnings
I other sectors eof the front, but the More than 750 American attacked and destroyed several Ja-
Germans began talking of a Rus- heavv bombers from Britain panese 'planes on the ground and
a isn preparation for a concerted toety In cloudy weather at- in an airfield at Sorong what wa.s
f blow in the central and southern tacked seven airfield- In termed by the communique as thi
fronts, which Stalin said would be France. Their targets were Japanese "last effective alrbase on
merged with the Allies' drive from near 3oulogne, In the Paris New Guinea.'
the west, to finish Hitler., nea nd ,Ins theNr a ndy.
The Impressive weight of the area and in south Normandy. SoronK is shout 770 miles north-
Red Army's forces and infantry No German fighters go'.through west of liollandia. the air base
supported by the air force and to the bomber forn-.l'ion and captured hy the. Americans on
d rocket during cannon, swept on its escort shot down three of Dutch New y luinea., and about ns 00
about 30 miles south of Vilpuri, to- th. Luftwaffe. Two bombers ltefrhomN ( ao ilaM snd about 700
ward a big point as the thunder and a fighter are missing.] miles from Dareo on Mindanao Is-
of Soviet big guns grew louder In land in the southern Philippines.
the streets of Vilpuri. Helsinki The Japa.nese have been driven
ordered compulsory evacuaitoa of from a key ridge 800 yards north
the port., Sea Scouts Pr v f Ameran-occupid Mokmr air-
The Finnish communique admit- Su Prove ,ase on istlai Island in the Schoi-
ted the abandonment of several Dal rh mp;ons ten Group. This represented a de-
towns on the Karelian Isthmus, but Rmvelopment of an American envel-
Moscow bulletins said that the Red oping move against three stratedic
SArmy was mopping up these places First Tinidad Sea Scouta won Points which proceeded after the
by scores from the highway on the the troop trophy and got this as Yanks beat hack three tank sup-
Finnish Gulf to the lake-spotted' well as the Sir John Chancellor Yiag ported Japanese counter-attacks on
land to the nortm.
[Reuter stated that an the Iwemblem of eflc mnge011 scouts Thursday. In aerial forays on
Karelian Isthmus the Russians presented to them by :-ls Iaxcellen- Thursday, .6 tons of bombhs were
have begun a mopping up bat- cy the Acting Oovernor at the dropped on Truk naval hasp in the
tie at outposts of the Manner- Scout Rally held at La Fantasia Caroline Island.s and 100 tons las.t-
helm ULine, the lut fortified Rood yesterday afternoon. ed alrdromes at n abaul in New
defence zone the Finns have on A fair crowd which wax In at- Britain.
the way to Viipuri. As they tendance witnessed an ,,trresting
regroup for their asnulto
this front the Russiansult n o displaygiven by representatives of
clearing up a wide stretch of the various troops in Port-of-Spain YugoslavsCut
pine woods, lalen and marshes, in completing a programme of
a zone of pillboxes and mine- events which preceded the presen-, Railway
felds.1 tation function Railway Line
NEW YORK, June 17 (AP)
STito's communique today said
I T.,dh'i n Kills RacehorseP 'lugoslav Parti ns rut the railway
L ig t iXK1R ceo411se111 line between Kostanjnica and Bi-
At T T C Paddo Yest d ay in C'roatia and were engaged
~~~~~~,A t d o k Ye r d yV heavy fighting" throughout
A . Pa d c Y s e d *y 11wany sectors of Yugoslavia. I
i The broadcast of the communi-
...que said the PartiLsans defeated at,
Lightning struck a racehorse dead, and injured three others, aUl enemy colunn between Loparl and
of which were quartered In the Tilnidad Turf Club paddock at the Cellc in eastern lhosnia, capturing
Queen's Park atvannah, during Hto heavy rains yesterday afternoon, cntier nja o, It r a ld. ene
the "Bunday Guardian" wM reliably Informed, my attempts to "break Into liber-
The horse killed was Sal'.'ador, a' la.........r__ t_ tanrtot s were foiled and remm-
three-year-old half-bred creole gel- lar attempt in Montenegro re.
diag ,wned by Mr. Oorge Vorrell. (jon rPbfmln CfV W puOOd.
while S ar Lady, 8am Lo-d ande .aea"a -,,,,.-asman SayS Partisans In Istria attacked a
War Lord, all Darbadosowned ani- D 3J_ ( FIr_ e^.e u -- strong motorised column on the
mals, were reported to have sum- IeCUS UCl1[ tree nina road between Trteste and Flume
amined slight Injuries from the A N June 17 tAP)-. destroying 40 trucks.
llghtning flash. WA[-INOTON, Juno 17 (AP)- d yn 4 truk _
It is understood that Salvador. RepresentatIve KnuFoonr epubli-
w,, in I, ta U t, the t= .. and Je " * K ui O R p bl a p ~ a e F o n
were the other horses, whose stable's can of Minnesota, charged in the epelC r ces
ad .uose toda y that Pre.s.int Threaten L kow
Salvador comes by K.P. out of a velt and Mr. ':ordell H~ull have U
half-bred mare, vnd n~ade its maid- liven the "Rirsiatt a *rre hand CHUNGKING. June 17 *AP)--
en appearance *t the Niw Union to Inva4e Finland and wage a war The Chinee H~b Command todaYi
Park races lIa January. of ezterminaition." His protest dilosed bthat Ja andese forces
Sugar Lady and Sam Lord, both came the day after ths. 'innish which by-passed Changeha in ou-
owned by Mr v.. D. Edwards 'I ymnter a w g le n c e now tha tening
llar'badoa. are well known to turf- v1irtua .adiers tldv wtne ch'ontr n[n Province are nmw threatening
ltes here. having performed many vita berote eve the oSt ntry hlUnkow. is maln roath of the city.
fets on the racks of this Colony, aeeste Of what the Stst Depart- igihngi4 in i only eliot
while War Lord. who is brother to ment clled activities *"i.t tlesl to riles nor Sam Lord, is a nwewomer. the interests of the Unied States." j i wold open the Wyto aJ.T
It tu not known to what extent ---- *-,,-- .... woul on the to aJ-
Itf any. the potency of the Injured a ps on whe t city
horses, w be effected for the r,.. Roosevelt. Visit o S where the raiwa
eomii T C Md.Sum~rmm.**V "V T;llT 111. from twangal Province to the
^ %ing T.TC. Mtd.?uqimer meet.- s southwest meet t e north-soth
wey e ij.10 tain n c ton.Hankew rail.
Tuhyltwe prelthatring T H nted The High Command clalae that


He points out that the capture
of Kamsoing will release consider-
able Chinese forces for the battle of
Mogaung, 25 nilles southeast of the
newly captured town,
The B.B.C. reporter says that the
Chlndits are already battling hard
at the eastern app.roachels to Mo-
gaung where th Japanese have
received reinforcements and are
flghtng In good deien.sive posi-
tions.
On the Amam-Rurmnia border Al-
lied Zropos in the Kohima sector
have now pushed forward again.


Prize Base


Threatened

More Stiff Fighting
Indicated Be f o r
Goal Achieved
SUPREME ALLIED HEAD-
QUARTRS. June 17 (Reutieri-*
Latest official reports toniqbbt
state that the Allies have puasie4
deeper into Normandy. Detailed
reports of the fighting fiom cor-
responderLts at Supreme Head.
quarters show that the main A1l
lied advance has again bMe'S
acrciq the nee! of the Cherbo
Peninsula where American IroOi
are thrus!lne beyond St. ttauve
towards the coaSt.
They have consolidated thi
hold o the tower. are auttide t
River DoIve on whilc It standou
and have cut the railway be.
.ona it. They have also taken tho
snur of high round which dow
inate St. Sauveuir and the stur
rounding district.
I An A.ssociated Press mps
Wae stated that. United Sta's
troops drove forward two to
three miles Ht a developing
move to choke off Cherbhurg


Canadian Airficld
Moved Across Channel
StPREME H1 ADQ RTAnTRS
ALLIED EXPKEDITTONARY
PORCE. .Tune 17 (RItuter'-
A complete Royal Canadian
Air Forrce rifleld has been
moved acrngs (ie Cha nnel bT
air and sea within the lut
twn do'v and at dusk la.t night
wa fully orfrational. 8pltflres
are in oennstant readiness. The
airfield i4 the first Much Al-
lied uitit to hrgin operaUng
exrclusivelv front France.


so


Peninmtla and as their artillery
hammered the Nas'* last es-
cape road, a United States
fthter vlot reported dignt of
enemy niht from the cape uan
IIts
One repr "nl-ftyl iV
Ametisano rI tn sight Of the
nine miles asay ard are advare -
in under cover of a jerrifc afitil-
lerv bombardment. The OermasL
have now lost theirlr last main rtid
and rail link with Chertourg but
Cyril Rav,. the B.BC.' reported,
n'ake it. clear In a despatch to-
night that the great north is still|
far from being entirely cut Off
trcm the rest of Prance He eay$
that the Amerleans. pushing on
front SL. Sauveur ar. protected ft
somrne extent from theC German
counter-attacks by the floodW
area, hut he adds that the couni
try does not favour a rapid ae'.
vance He alo pointLs out that
although the main road to Char.
bourg has been rut, the Germangs
have another aoo road to th*
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Chinese Take

Key Jap Base

In Burma
KANDY, CELON, JTime 17'
(Reuter). The Chinese 22nd Dlvt-
sion in Burma hMs captured Kam-
sing, key point of thL Mogaung
Valley, and vital Japanehe supply
base. after a siege of even days.
Today's Southeast Asia communi-
que rrpoits that a c.lnese column
is now within four miles of Mo-
ubUilg town wlhilea Allied troops
nave gained ground north aud
west ot Myitkyina, the apex of thia
triangle at the head i the railway
tram 1asdalay.
46" Nixon, n.r.C. repoter at
Southeast Asia headquarltrs, Psays
it Is unlikely that many .Japanese
escaped from Ka.nslng and its fall
means a strong blow at the already
badly mauled Japaese 18th Divi-
sion.


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fIc OfllenSc went on to speak
the relations betweenn Govern-


t and the Civil Service Adso-
0n and of the work heinz do. a
un.h the Whitie'v Coupcil and ./ .
formall c 0at"et between the -
.d reide en n the staff side.

an feared also to the dio1cul-0
Arn era..S civilik^^ l^^ ^^



Se~tged bY the War both to theC
Xxol went ondepartmentspeak

Worr.eWll told His Excellency:
relatve e very great pleasure
tbeha of the Civil Service As
C antdlon d th e work benyto wel
S ou here thiteys morni and
WI orWcntact between the ,-/H ^ ^ ^ H


ored a to o to the dis aflchual
cV"by the war both to the *RfK j? J^^^^^^


oference d deepates Just aboutpatet


a~q'er *uo Sir Bede Clifford was Audience NI. Iaseielleny the Hon'ble A. B. Wright, Acting Goeverno
o t live rnor to addren the ve C nel rdy when this "Sunday ouadia" pcture wa
ferece told Hwe ionsdered that Assotion in annual conferencellency: Welcome hour to the Governor
menus ocf aion because o W.E. Wre. the A at s president, sitti next to HI Honou
fact that Whltlev Council Jste, at extreme left. The Honb Erro dos St. A n C
s Itr been form ed Cliord the Cas- amen intent l etenerl asey the Hon Governor talked of teng m tr
t=fl Ooverror to address the Iltivle Council yesterday when this -Sunday Guardian" Pitutre was
o~trnce and we considered that Association In annual conference, Welcome honours to the Goveror
*Somentf'tu occasion because of W. E. Worrell. the Association's President. sitting next to His Honour
Q ctthat 8 ,Whitlev Council Justie<, at extreme left. The Hon'blo Errol dos Santoii, Aetlinr Co
,~ 1r"it been frmed til the Col- among Intent nisteners as the Governor talked of o o'. a thing for which we had
W en clamourlne for some time o ll n ._... _...... -
VWay. it I may be permitted to
81. this is not less a smoen-, Union To Hold
toa occasion because that Council TV21i o s U inT H 4
16 just concluded its first %,ar' s Annual Parley
iur, and it is in mY view ex- Federated Workers Trade
mely ttn that you, s t first Fderated Workers' Tr
Strman shot'd today address Union will hold annr.il confer-
conference. ence of delegates at their head-
.In the meantime we have gone Student an quarters. 61 Charlotte Street,
Ne steo further and, as you no1 Port-of-Spain, beginning at
deubt have been informed, there 9,30 o'clock on Sunday, June 25.
been constituted a Federation T T id F B d It is proposed to place before
the Civil 5'rvice A.soclatlons lI Th T d E the conference, which will beB
West Indies. tApplause. at a recent meeting, consider thonferen hio rident-
I t t tIle. plate Lsuggestionls bv Mr. ,J. williams, op ncd by Councillor Albert a
4sI think that the relations be-' G rl-an. which sou i Gon,'s. the union's President- ri
teen the Civil Service. repre- ono'rtilMaTenagor, which sought to Genral. o number of resolu-i t
010 terd by the ri ; Service AssO- i1s tlos d eal ingrl wtt such sub- a
tel bony the one hand. and fAle, lify in beaches of engineering by is dcalingwith such sub-
enm on the one hnd. a vd tethe award of scholarships at a lers as Legislative Council
Government on the otil ., have Fnilish unlversiLy but it was fel elections, release of Mr. T. U.
roved nce our cofer- that war conditions rendered this B Butler and Mis.s Frank
slce; and tha.' they will continuetatlhoinwtrsplY .
to imorove is the wish of tlr ove impossible. Cahill. housing, water supply.
Association and, I have no doubt, M:. William, had urged that due cos: of living, unemnlovment
the Government. I can0 ontly as- teSarityof tecnlhc mn slid workn.ln's compensation.
stre you, air. and I do so oin be- sorne effol LLe made to give oppor- -
o4f of the Association. that. he ti'lP, tI t o 0lor Im ii n R qualilsy in 0Th a
wfvernment has our ,.hole-hearted branchlcq of elgineigniirt, and Sug- e
op-operntion In achieving ithat de- rsted that. ( ,.-vnnient, be asked| i R is T eae I
Ore." lApolaus.ci to Offer sIrehill s to ud to eu a to c l
AMnong others at the opening of enter an Erglishi university for Lihe BeJU l Rice rop
111e conference were the Honrble purpose.
Vrol dos Sant.Acting Clonial iHe ao su.,ested that h. os d Sundav Guardian Correspondent
10cretary; His Honour entry W. grant on additional inlcrtilent to aoll CHA(;UANAS. June 17.-Heavy
tiackall, tile Chief Justlce; Mr clfplo\VP eat li t11e h d0 a nei a irtnl,- in this district for the past
U. 0. B. Wooding, Mayor of Port- -Cit vand Guilds certificate. I week gg:ve rise to one of the biggest I
of-Spain; Miss Dora Tbberson. Sn- During the discussion on the floods in icrcnt years in Belucal
ctal Wtlfare Offloer: Mr A V matter the Hon'ble Er ol dos and the surrounding districts,
Lihdon, Industrial Adviser Mr L Santoz. Chairman. told the meet- Tie floods are causing great
Snow. Aetirg Colonial Postmsstc'*- ng that 'le question of scholar- damage to rice planters as the ris-
General, AMr. R. B Skinner. Ac- shins was not possible during th- ing waters have carried away nur-
countsnt-General, and Mr G w M war on account of the difficulty of series, and in some cases w ie eB
Gordon, Director of Public Works. entering a university. The board, seedlings had begun to germinate, p
-, "[however, approved o Mr. Williams' they were totally destroyed by then
T t 4 WM1siutt retommendatlons hth regard to waters covering* tem over a long
special grattie an addtlo& Increment, to period.
Leaves On Tour A an nployt* whenever he stc-,ed a Rice planters are tn a quandary.
.... -- srie isi. t t City sld Quids certificate. Great tiamage is reported done by
1First of a series of visit to three Cityr-e__d the' foods to the iriTgatlon waters
.A the n'ighbouring West Indian atr S'. Helena. where thc dam and
aJands to conduct tubrrrulsrai, t 1 he embankments of the irrigation
Vtwve~s, will b! made, s)%Dr aa r
*tvega, will b made S leeOin S ilckneSS canAl sre said to have been swept
canton Gilmnour, tlie tuberculosis a ,.vav by powerful blasts from the
expert, omorrow, when he leaves i n \1l1 Caronl.
'here for "'renadi InidlU cll Nill At, Charlilv'le the eddo plants-
Other Colonie on Dr G(ilimonniur's ions were thlieaten'd hut channels
-visiting list are St. Vtncrt atid Stv In.idenc. of Eqt 'T r"palo- ,; wr opened In manyv places to re-
-Lucia He proposes spending a ficwl m'litAs' A "Ping sicknss? whireh vep th, flooded fields of their sur-
weeks in ach Imade a steen rise last Decrmber phis water.
-s ..... iand r' s bern falling cve l sitlc -_. .. -
RI'M FOR I.S. Istood at, nil for bobh April and Mn' ..
WASHINGTON jnr I a7odin n ,ph released h, tihe SA BY AUCTION
The War Production Board today Informatinon fic"rr yeistcrdav. S L B A I
pnnotnin",- a,,t)crlratio" for. tlhe Of the 377 cases irportrd the 82a (_UPevn trl''et
Importation of approximately 400,- published list shows tire %ere 72 82 Q" ."" __ Sre
000 nroof aahl::. of rum under in October 123 in No:'rmber, 77 in Friday, June 23rd
three veais of age from Jamaica Dec'mber, 63 in januar-, 30 in
Within '0 davs I'er'ry, and 't In Mittch Instructfd bvy Col de Botssilere,
11k.ssrs. 'xr mooganndsil rirtaLoni.


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standi g) had in the legil-
taken was the ClialI Service
were accorded by Mr. C. T.
r H. W. B. Blackall, the Chief
elonial Secretary. at right, was
Ion for opportunity.


Crown Couincil

Salary Query

Gets Reply
Disclosure that Mr A. C. Ricuzl.
tie Secund Crown Counasvl, was
appointed at salary above tilhe
minimum of the sca.ile on the au-
hori;y of the Svcretary of Stte
or the Colonies in view of his age
and ex. t'riei t was made in an
answer given by Government to a
L gislative Council query by Cap-
tain the Hon'ble A. A. Cipr',tii.
Captain Cipriani asked: "Will the
Governmnont inform this House
whether the newly-appointed Sec-
mnd Crown Counsel is being paid
emoluments in excess of the comn-
mencing salar' provided in the
current Estimates? If the reply be
in the arfrn.' ment s~ate the reasons for the
departure from the general terms
of appolitment.s to the Service and
the authority whereby this appoin-
tee has been paid ,it salary in excess
of the commencingii figure of the
grade In such Estimates ? "
Governments answer was that
"appointment as Second Crown
Counsel was offered to Mr. A. C.
Ri-nzl, the present holder of the
post, at t salary above the mini-
mum of the scale on the authority
of the Secretary of State for the
Colonies in view of his age and ex-
perience."
LAND PROJECT ABANDONED
Acquisition of an area of land lit
Point Cumana in the Ward of
of Di-go Mar; in, County of St.
Georqe. for improving a clrnier of
the Weste'n Main Road has been
abandoned by Government.


I9__1
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healed ^ ri


Mtnsbrs, Airnoogan and I-rELrcsoiL > 3
MESSRS. DIARLES LTD. I
will bell by Auction a quantity of HIdS-_
very good Furniture, as follows;
6 Kattan Arm Chairs and 3 IUIIIB Fl
Round Tables to match, Extension INUI R -
Circular Dining Table and # Chairs. NJU EW
Ccn.re and other Tables; Cirved ARMi
Word Pan:l; China Cabinet; 5 Ex-g A f. "Um. G.rm
cellenti, Carp.ts, good colours: Side. ,Rl ,i,.s cuseom
b.,diirt, Morris Cnairs with spring-
filled cushions; Writing Table; "A fm ,, a I li ag o ,Ih
BiI.Is, Ornaments; Books, Double th*e 'It tOi Bedsiead with Simmons Spring ana r. ot ta 1.,,. r. 4 -PKOfl
Hair Mattress; Cyp Press, 2 CYP .., a,-, ,o 0 t ,
Cupboards. ho.l), ut l Ihad v
GOETZE PIANO .ts,,uf 1.o 4 l
:20 Barbados rush seat chair, Ma- Aa,, .. ,, ,.
iogtany Iill Table, Wood Bedstead, and ,,. ,,1 st hAipI
Spring and Inner Spring Mattress. O.on one l o. .tE=, V '.
iRNG, C,,, the arm is ,t'
2 Prc.sscs, New Wood Bed, Spring Caln. adI,,. iii I. ,wit--r-- t
and Mattress. Framed Mirror. 2 #ItA, ', 1* ,a,,e o t *'Iam ihreughi
Dressing Tables with long Mirrors, l 6Iht." ed
Dining Table and A Chairs. 2 Prim-
us Stoves: 2 Tennis Racquets and IAre YOU dil tt'ed. tormented, ionlood
by Skin Trouble PAre YOU worried by an
Frames, Crapeau Press, Cooking pe wound which WON'T hesal, whatever
Utensils. Sofa, 2 Canva Folding: yu p Gety' lstsow.
Ohairs, Lamp Shades, Electric Iron. riM Lew it sotheoM I AK how it hals I
Inlaid Indian Table, Settee and 3 NoTIci hbw it banismh *kin trouble and
Easy-Chairs, Spring Seats, Baby's leaves I rdiy a mark or scar behind I
Pram., t l I
E,'le at 1.16 pin% on Friday, Quickly Hels
June 23rd. I .. ECZEMA, URNS,
Goods on view any day same u -U 'lN
week. Our usual conditions of NURN, INSECT SITES, CUTS,
Sale. I ACISdSNE HAT RASH, WOUNDS. etc.
Dearles, Limited I L 5


Skeletoe : 322

In Remi

Of T-OC -oi e.. W

n iut a-A iaM sue- n

608Da his ha=VMe.&uto tt' W M I*awt
-found 11 be =ts art t ite.n o ften ero
Ofwy O5'OPOih. "pnted 'iuirar fl g Aertis,' b taMM of t
'v r e hbweek oer s eamm
'A HtUe boy made the discovery
and reorted It, to Corporal do ff-h_
Land re 814.0.it of pturnba
A Un. Identlned 0 one Oree Usually SVBO?@I. LEnER
wore. a i S L 1 V M
It to proimed OW Qrwm, wbo f isSm
octiisilonallr' did "ome fishing( on r1sem seM a earn
the rocks, was drowned and his
body attacked by crows.

Holiday Games Plan sEMNs LTS
MONEY
For City Children ,(F ,, .y e >
and
The "Sunday Guardian" under- a
stands that Miss Dora Ibberson, SHIVA MAIAM
the Social Welfare Officer, isl push- e .
ing a scheme under which she hopes FOr aU a&te, ehrnie and
to be able to organise games for Abscese, Ulcers, Sres,
the city's schoolchlldiren during Cuts. Wolids, ete.)
their vacation. Presh BUpplles of the above
It is understood that she has preparations have been received
asked the Port-of-Spain City Coun- an 5ar on h]a be yoreDrn
ril tnannni are on sale at yourDu
nL anMfeU tn n~lt AL~~~UU5fl'a I


ci lU toapintjJi an 111uer ] l to oranise So
gamts f:r the children and that the tor
Council's General Purposes Corn-
mittee meeting on Thursday after- Ella.
n~on recommended that all possible NIagib Elias & SeiU
help be given to the plan and ap- Agtncy Dept.
pointed a s.even-man rommlttee to SOLE DISTRIBUTORS.
discuss the matter with her. SOL DITRIB OR.
The committee compri as: Coun- (, A s Charlotte Street.
eillor H. 0. B. Wooding, the City
Mayor: Councillor Albert eomes, THONI 4139
the Deputy Mayor; Councillo r
George Cah-'al. Councillor, Quintin
O'Connor, Alderman V. R. Vidale, ________
Alderman J. Milton Thorne and P RP RT IETT
Councillor RanJI' Kumar.
____ a~dPROPE RTIE
Telephone Lines
Problem Solved FOR SAI


Differences which arose between .. -.--- I
the Trinidad Government Railways ses Im iatl
and the Trinidad Consolidated Tele- Possssion Immediately
phones Limitd with respect to the
question of the position the rail- No. 3. SCOTT BUSHE
wavs; wires should take on the ,:1m-
panv's po:es, have been satisfac- STREET,
torlly irmned out, the "Sunday
Guardian" waw authorltatlve'y in-
formed yesterday. It was at one
time believed that the matter would
have to be settled bY arbitration. No. THYDERABAD
Installation of 'he alwaysy' tele- STREET
phone system is proceeding satis-
factoril, along the Sangre Grande St. Jomes
line. and by yesterday completion of
overhead 'tineg was expected with
the cable-laving work from Curewe
to Port-of-Spain about half-way
finished.
M To *a Atn No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.
Mr. Trotman Acting
Food Controller
Mr. A. E. Trotman, Marketing No. 10 PETRA ST.
Otlic-r of the Food Control DeI- oo. Wo
apartment. -.is been appointed Act- $7,0 .00 Woodbrook
inmg Food Controller during the ab-
sence on leave of the Food Con- -
troller, and the absence on duty of
the Oditicer in charge of imports. No 5S
Disclosing this yesterday's issue NO. 5. BATH STREET,
of the "Royal Gazette" announces
also the .itppointmtnt of Mr. I. 8. East end of Park Street
Minors as Acting Licensing Officer
and Secretary of the Control Board -
with effect from June 15, during
the absence from the Colony on 'PHONE 5367
duty of Mr. L. P. Spenc2, and that
pending in&ructions received from After 4 p.m. Rln 661.4
His Majesty's Government, Mr.
Charles B. Beylard. hAs been pro- A i
visionally recognLsed as U.S. Vice- A .M r 1
Consul in Trinidad.


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excess uric acid and other impuriies ate pew .
mined to renmin in the blood stircam, intmd d i
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U'adr Zvilt eS. Officer
."Peal is made that for U 1,nneers
,*ideration every man,
child will hereby have Iirl |1 |,
S y to contribute to- Listed In City
erection of a structure
S benefit suffering hu- To Marry Soon
I d, imjune 1L Special,
g iffend in- the Mora- LIEUT. CLIF'RD) CLARK
for the suffering AGNEW, bachelor. Medical Corps,
ki.topia, the preachers U.S.N.R., Chaguaramas, Ward o1
Stask of the commit- Diego Martin, and MARY MILNE
Snotice of the congre- COLLIER, spinster, clerk, of 21.
| action taken has been Pitt Street, Woodbrook, are among
to the committee to as- 19 couples listed to wed soon ac-
ired. For this it is grate- cording to notices in the City
that other denomlna- egistxv yesterday.
Ssee their way as they other contracting parties are:
Join in this Empire- KLLWYN DerRXTA, beur art.
S t.at aims to pro- .1, T.G.R., of 23 Peliamsbatreet, rn
benefit to the people kh NAND BELLINGTON, spinter,
,asahler of0 t. A1m'e,
EAtbLEY NATHANIEL GREENE, ba-
pmorial hospital will chelor, Police Constable, of 4 John Street,
sallert considerations: Cocurlite. and DOROTHY HUSBAND. s.pin
training of nurses, ter seeamtrell, o lte Saint ealdress.
Straining nurses CHRITOPHER SAMMY bachelor, rig-
y care. ter. of 22 Mucuripo Road. and BASSo
M.A., the Direc- ANSEE, pinster, domestic duties, o
ttlon has ganted her- s ame address.
ion, has granted per- ALLAN JOSEPH, police. constable,
Sheadteachers to col- Police Headquarters. PurtI.-o-spain. an
their staff and pupils in PIly's. CLAUDIA RS1KY, p.mttei,
typist, of 52 Oxford Street.
L +UH WALDRON CATON, bachelor. carpenter.
tee Will Meet tomor- of 32 t. Joseph Road. *and PILoaji.tNL
.1A p.m. in the Town ST. JOHON, ot 2 Irving Lane.
JOSlEPH RONALD MARSHALL, bache-
S cuss many ipotant lor, soldier, ofi f Plaiance Koa, and
UrDOROTHY VLVIRA CHARLEi, pinster,
tt almtre of 25 Oxford street.
t date total MACAULAY BUTE, bachelor, plumber.
fOlWSo:- of a Roselyn street. Belmnt, and AMY
* dBwed ed PR $1,45735 O'BIEN of 28 Pelham Stre.,
i yU 5an ,00 CECIL WILLIAMS, bachri-r efrlgera-
g, arant tion mechanic, of 1 7Mclionuld street, *nd
Luke 10,00 MONICA MARK. spinster edastrens, of
SBTrowe Uthe sam* address.
ea HAhurchR RY iK-KTE. bachelor, mechanics.
gf Cht )urch)4 fJ 2 Chapel Street. and CARMEN
S- EAF--. api* ter, lerk., of fil uarry
M 1,4b.999 Street.
_____ _-______ CECIL MELVILLE BABCOM. bachelor,
: carpenter, of 7 Stewart Lane, Belmont,
h h d MAY MARTHA NICHOLAS spiater.
So t Chuc seamstress, of 8 Wail'ot Lane. Belmont.
% uff *c ', CLITFFORD THEODORE FORD. ba-
ta A tor, echnic. of 91 Roberts Street.
t d and MURIEL OOESSA LICORISH, spin-
dt ier, seamstresa, of 23 Cascade Road, St.
Don's. NrPPbahlr rp
h Presbyterian Church. JOHN WDENop, bachelor
ereeed at Hermitage fol- Navy boatswatn', o 51le t clan, end
ed set by Mr. E. Lucky. TERESITA PERMUY sULCREk;, of Abet.
been dedicated by the cromby street.
hMSLEON MCDAVD, bbchelor, grocery
I0. MacDonald, Clerk of clerk, of 1s Piccadilly Street, and MONICA
*MD'ABRHU, spinster. of Chacon Street.
assemly at the dedlca- KNWYN EDWARD CHARLES. bache-
hear ady rt e seficrmlor. tailor, of 104 Quarry Street. and
heard address from HELENA CLARKE. spinster, seamstreau
S)d Mr. 3. A. a lab Belmont Valley Road.
o~.f whom have uinec HORATIO EDWIN MOLINEAUX. bache-
Slor, matter of 1o Madras Street, St. James.
ejad j UPHNMIA BIMONIK URBAN. spin-
u- 5lter, smstrMu of tr he same address.
G EORE WILAMS. bachetlor. carpet.
to. of i4t h .Ea s t, s t. Jum-, and
LUEISAR SAMUEL. spintr, of the sme
Settles ALLEYNSI, baker


ters are affected by
MtmMenta made In the
Church.
aml saran. who took
urse of studies In the
SCollege. San Fernando,
acceptably as a lay
so me years, was or-
Gospel ministry and
o the Freeport pas-
Ih Alexander Ramjit. a
" of the Presbytery, and
Catechist at San Per-
- ordained to the Min-
M inducted into the
abrge of Marabella.
IN. Thomas A. Hosein
Wtd Into the Tunapuna
Charge at a service held
laya Church.


SAN FERNANDO
REUBEN BOBCOM. bachelor. shoemaker
of La t Romaln. and HENRIETA VIDAL.
widow, domeetie duties. of L& Romain.
AUGUSTUS PAUL. bachelor. soldier. of
trmoety Hall, and URSULA GEORGE,
spinster, of 1 Drayton Street, ban Fer-
naUdo.
JOHN CHARLES MUIR, bachelor, ship-
ping clerk, of 165 Belmont Circular Road,
Port-of-Bsin, and EILEEN MURIEL
FARMER, spinster, of 30 St. Vincent
street, San Fernando.
ABDOOL HOEIN. bachelor, chauffeur,
of Guiaraeat, and AMINA, spinster. of
Guacara.
CHRISTOPHKER RAMNATH LALCHAN,
bachelor, clerk, of Marshaella. and Ro081I
BEHARRY., eplnster, of Marabella.
SYDNEY PERSAD. bachelor, clerk, ef
St. Charles Village. and SYLVIA MA.
CHOON SINGH., splnster, of St. Charl'.
Village.
MAEADEO, bachelor, painter, of Union,
Marabella. and SYLVIA RAMBARRAN.
spinster of Gsipnllo Village. _


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Thursday, 22nd June,
1944
1.6 PM.


Instrv-ted by Mrs. A. Pagaani
we wi sell such nice d usetuJ
items as:-
-- {Double Bed with Slumber King
(See.?t ur sSpring and Spring Filled Matreases;
:'-the tooth paste th Bedside Table, '"-der ; lrrored
if no Ladles Dresser with Cane Seat Stool,
S no tsoap, grh Haaging Pres. and Ohild'.- Pre all
Sbleaching a iIn Polished jshogany; Single Iran
bleacn gnts Bed and Mattress; Babyl's Iron Crib
T"0aoo%' ensures dea with Spring Filled Mattress; Baby's
White teeth .. Ena m ndStand; Chil'
balh g. o-Cox't, tChild's Rodter and Hgh
lthyCgunu Chair; ChWld Toys; Towel ,UU;
CySp Ova Dining Table ad o CMWo;


Crap Morris Tablet Wickr Ar,-
mmii^Bshf madn UB Tble Mirvd Biat-
Strip Carpet and bre Dow -MAI;
S^ El ectrti Reading Lamp; Two Chinat
Ea anti- Te ets; Chrome Cocktail Shake;
tui" 1 b E.P. Ware, China and Olawvre.
7*0w AlarmdhoCso


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Mhinese To Greet
duringg Aviatrix
..Miss te Tachilng. Chinese..
aviatrix. arrivingt here from
Curacao today will be geeted
at The airport by representa-
tives of the Chinese Patriotic
Relief Fund Committee.
The same committee are
organising a reception for her
in the Kuomintiang Hall on
Charlr te Street about 5 o'clock
this afternoon.


Quarantine Bill
Survives Attack
Quarantine Bill passed by the
Legislature on Friday was pre-
sented by the Hon'ble H. U. de
Commarmond. the Acting Attorney
General as a measure to give ef-
fect to recommendations made by
the British West Indies Quaran-
tine Conference held here last
November, urging adoption of uni-
form quarantine legislation in the
British West Indies.
Mr. de Comarmond stated
that the quarantine authority in
this Colony would be the Direc-
tor of Medical Services, who would
direct and control health officers.,
visiting officers and other persons
enforcing the provisions of the
quarantine laws.
The Bill survived criticism by the
Hon'ble L. C. Hannays and the
Hon'ble Roy Joseph, who attacked
the revision whereby the Direc-
tor of Medical Services would be
the Quarantine authority, emphas-
ising that throughout the debate
on the Hon'ble Gerald Wight's
motion for a new health ano medi-
cal policy, it had been mentioned
that the Director of Medical Ser-
vices had too much work on his
shoulders.


Savings Sales Up
Another $20,000
Sales of War Savings Certificates
at the General Post Office for the
week ended June 10 amounted to
$20.786.40.
Of this sum, states the Informa-
tion Officer, Port-of-Spain and
suburbs and the Win the War As-
sociation put up $20,012.40. Ac-
tually, the City's contribution was
$9,M7,60, and the Win the War
Association, with $10,144.80. took
its total re-sale purchase to
$857,610.
County St. George. with $399.60,
was the best purchaser among
counties for the week. Tocariigua,
with $360, was mainly responsible
for St. Ooerge's effort.
County St. Patrick put p $244.80
for the week. Of this sum. Point
Fortin contributed $172.80 and
Pyzabad 4610.
County Caroni and County Vic-
toria put up 46.80 and $32.40, res-
pectively.
The southern borough of San
Fernando put up 50.40 nd took
its total purchases to $15,214.40.
Following is the weekly analy-
sis of purchases made by boroughs
and counties for the week ended
June 10: Iort-of-Spain and su-
burbs. $852,742.80; San Pernado,
$115.21440; Ariia. $14,522.40; St.
George, $111,823.20; County Caroni,
$43,556.40: St. Patrick. $193,356: St.
Andrew-St. David, $9,468; Nariva-
Mayaro, 83,711.60; County Victoria,
$69,944.40; Tobago. $18,482.40: Win
The War Assoclatoin, $857,610.


Police Band

'Beat Retreat'

In South Today

The "Beating of Retreat." Im-
pressive military ceremonial, will
be a feature, weather permitting.
of the Police Band performance
in tht Drill Hall grounds. San Fer-
nando, at 4.45 prm. today.
Full programme Is as follows:--
March .. "United Nations
on Parade" ... Shostakovich
Overture .. "Morning, Noon
and Night" ......... Suppe
'L-ost Chord" .......... Sullivan
Selection .. "Magyar Melody"
.... Ponsford and Grun
"Serenade" ............. Heykens
Selection .."Cavalcade"., Coward
The "Beating of Retreat."

U.S. Film Group
To Mark Birthday
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayor celebrate
their twentieth birthday this week
with a programme to make thi
event take on international di-
mensions.
"Anniversary Week" will be
marked by simultaneous luncheons
and theatre parties attended by ex-
hibitors and employees. Special
gatherings are set for numerous
cities in which the company main-
tains offices.
In the U.S.A.. the anniversary
picture selected is "The White
Cliffs of Dover," starring Irene
Dunne.
In Hollywood, "Leo the Lion's"
birthday will be Inaugurated by an
all-out luncheon at one of the
studio soundstages attended by
M-G-M's stars, featured players,
executives, directors and other
personnel, with employees as guests
of honour.
PROCESSION PLANNED
Sunday Guardian Correspondent
CARENAGE, June 16.-Proces-
sion of fishing boats and launches
on the waters f St. Peter's Fay
here takes place on St. Peter's Day.
Thursday. June 29, announces the
Rev. father A. Kennedy, OP.,
Acting Parih Priest of the district.
FOR ASSIZE TRIAL
Peter Richardson, accused before
Mr. B. W. Coelestaln in the Third
Poitoe Court of the murder of
George 'Bowled, was yesterday com-
mitted to stand trial at the next
Asslaes.
St. Ann's and Diego Me-i'n
Local Road Board

NOTICE
The Public is hereby noti-
fied that as from Tuesday
13th June, 1944, that section
of Caledonia Road No. 1.


Laventille approx: 300 feet
in length, between Lady
Young Avenue and Hiron-
delle Street is closed to all
traffic until further notice
Traffic is possible by way of
Lady Young Avenue and
Hirondelle Street.
J. B. L. TODD,
Chairman.


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Peasants To Hear
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Sunday Guardian Cerfes-
SCARBOROUOH. June 15-
Diwsmination of knowledge of
the labour siiation to pea-
sants here, sv that all will do
their share in growing more
food was among requests of
the Agricultural Society rea' at
a meeting of the Tobago DIs-
trict Agricultural Society at
the Court House yesterday af,
ternoon.
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orohibiting the leasing of
land other than for a cashpay-
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Barbados Faces

House Problem
Barbados is suffering an Increas-
ingly difficult housing situation,
the "Sunday Guardian" has been
informed recently.
Hit for some time past by re-
stricted quantities and the high
cost of necessary imported material,
house erection there his come al-
most, to a standstill while a marked
influx of visitors to thle Colony has
Dlaced further demands on the ex-
istini number of properties.
Rent.i and sale prices have risen
sharpi. and daily tenants are
being civ'n removal notices by
their landlords, many of whom are
taking advantage of the boom in
prices to dispose of their properties.

Foresters In City
Pick Officers
Court Pride of Paris,. A 0 1..
7931. has elected officers for the
July-December term this year as
follows
Bro. A. Browne. Chief Ranger;
Bro. C. Burrows. Sub Chief
Ranger: Bros. A. E. Jones, rea-
turer, Bro. I. Smart. Snr. Secre-
tary: Bro, E. James. Jnr. Woo0-
ward: Bro. L. Medics Jnr.
Beadle: Bro Jack, Snr. Beadle;
Bro. W. E Oelestino. Assistant
Secretary. together with Bro. C.
Neal. Bro. McD. Stele and Chief
Ranger G. Sclpio, members of the
committee of management.
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land
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itler 'Answers' Invasion
SWith Pflotless Airplanes
jITLM R's counter to the Allied. invasion
of his gortn has come in the form
of attack' on parts of England by radio-
controlled aircraft. The pilotless air-
plae is probably one of Hitler's long-
proied secret weapons, and it is also a
means of stopping the heavy drain on
.is restricted supply of airmen. While
thi Is the first use ofethe method in war,
the radio.controlled airplane is no novel-
ty. It has nuisance value in that. unless
it Is shot down, it causes indiscriminate
damage wherever it falls; but it is less
eftetlve as an instrument of war than
the piloted craft, which can be directed
to ipeclfled objectives of military import-
asnce. Allied military chiefs are pursuing
a policy of secrecy as to the effective-
ness of these pilotless 'plane attacks so
as not to give the enemy information,
but it is likely that Hitler's raw material
shortage will impose a limit beyond
Which he cannot go in sending out ma-
ehies which do not return to base.
The "new" weapon will certainly
provide Dr. Goebbels with propaganda
material to prevent the German people
dwelling too much on the blows struck
against the Axis on all fronts last week,
all of which point to inevitable defeat.
It Is possible that Hitler can continue to
and out numbers cf these 'planes and
that they will cause destruction, but
they will not stop the progress of the
Allied liberation forces on the Cherbourg
peninsuMla. In fact the past week has
been a story of their progress despite
mounting German resistance. The Allies
cootime to hold the initiative while
building up their striking power and
hampering the enemy's efforts by
aushing his communications over a
wide area. While the main German
aonter-attacks are yet to come, there
Mm to be reason for confidence that
0 6oral Montgomery's forces are in
Funoe to stay.
At the week's end there was good
reaon for satisfaction with the eight-
day old Red Army offensive against
Finland in the Karelian Isthmus. The
rapid progress of the first days of the
offensive has been so well maintained
that the second Mannerheim Line has
been smashed, and our Allies axe well on
the way to occupying the whole of the
Isthmus. This success is further evidence
of the inability of strong, intricately-
built defences to withstand the skilled
use of modem weapons. If It is true, as
reported, that the Finns began building
this line the day their envoys in Sweden
approached Moscow for peace terms, they
can expect little mercy in the ensuing
struggle.
The continuing rapid advance of the
Allied armies in Italy is not a good au-
gury /or the Germans at a time when
they are expecting further invasions
of 'Europe: and the bombing of the


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Legislature Passes Motion
For Health Service Inquiry
THE LegisaW ve Council's unanimous
acceptance,on Friday of the Hon'bl*
Gerald Wight's motion calling for an
Inquiry into medical and Jealth policy
and the administrative organisation of
the services was welcome and gratifying.
It showed that the Council shares the
feeling so common in Trinidad that all
is not well with the medical and health
work, and that something must be done
to restore confidence and efficiency. Mr.
Wight revealed that a canvass of medical
opinion had favoured securing an expert
from abroad as chairman of the Inquiry;
and this view was accepted by the Gov-
ernment who, through the Acting Colo-
nial Secretary, informed the House that
the committee's appointment would be
deferred until the services of such an
expert could be obtained.
Opinion in the Council was divided
as to the wisdom of creating an executive
board for the medical and health services,
but this point will no doubt be fully
considered during the inquiry. This type
of administration Is favoured in England,
and though conditions here are not quite
the same we are convinced that it will
work well in Trinidad, producing greater
satisfaction and more of that "atmosphere
of freedom" which Mr. Wight finds ab-
sent. Lack of efficiency, and of co-opera-
tion, inertia, discontent and even care-
lessness and neglect were alleged against
the services in the debate; and it is clear
that conditions of this kind which would
be hampering anywhere, must be doubly
serious when people's health and lives
are concerned.
The mover of the motion put his finger
on the root of the trouble when. he said
that the system was more to blame than
the men and deplored the use of Civil
Service methods in dealing with doctors.
This system has to be administered by
the Director of Medical Services whether
he agrees with it, or not, and Mr. Wight
made it clear that his remarks were not
an attack on that official personally. Yet
it seems that considerable improvement
might have been realized if the Govern-
ment had carried out the recommenda-
tions of the Medical Reorganisation Com-
mittee of 1934 and the West India Royal
Commission of 1938-39, though the war
may have prevented full acceptance of
the latter's advice.
Mr. Wights statement that only 22
of the 47 recommendations made by the
Reorganisation Committee had been fully
implemented after ten years shows the
need for great watchfulness, lest the
work of the committee which is now to
be set up be brought to naught by simi-
lar inaction. We agree with the Hon'ble
T. M. Kelshall that the matter should be
treated as. urgent, and with Mr. Wight's
plea that any proposals the committee
may make should be put into effect and
not kept in a pigeon-hole.


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TO OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS


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telephone lines, 4196 and 4197. We would appreciate if you would call us as
follows:-
]Ireetors and Office Staff--419 or 4197.
Parts Department, Tyres and Aceeaorlei, Gasolene Filling
Station, Service Department--419T.
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l Boa outof XUAucUn ot tshe 1wee m aa s nmml oVw y
edu ~o the seriom -
t Educatsars s with regard m o...a in ,k Du'ma's e tsA. -t tih o.
aisuenwrhoregard Ponkasasy feses" in 335'ov, hbe nt a5lip 51 ths e tr end b"d
~~a cotro an rligous0144quettake Vwith t4P-ilght amSry U" 1whe would 14take Vpasit in the
cation In our denominational /-V-re a --tru t" h ,itShown, ,t M11taetlybet the va-
Schools. wno t iu.1614rlE .C.
Within the last week CIOe of EMre having a .qiet et with Leaat.Geirml .IL D. .
the memorandum have aurIen Cnrrar, Ceuuams.--Chf the Ths Canadian Army.
Trinidad and it Is clear that the --
dual system amd denominational wv... ---- ... ne
religious instruction are to continue InVal OB n 0lom anders
in England as before In all denomi- --
natinaal schools at their option. r 9 .
Furthermore some additional and
far-reaching concessions have beenMontgomery's Genius Matches
ranted and It willn infuture be o n l b u,
poss.ble to give religious mnstruc- R um m eIs
ion not only In denominationalbut ommels Tactical Ability
also In Government Schools at any Tactical L1UUL%.
time during the school session. By DREW I1DDLETON regiment, Montgomery has com-
Marked and Increased financial i th vaion of Euro mnded In succession, platoon,
benefits are also to be received not underway, two of the most remark company, battalion, brigade, divi-
only by primary denominational able men produced by the second lion, army corps and army.
schools, but also by the secondary World War-General Sir Bernard "1 didn't miM single lnk," he
detominational schools. To quote Montgomery and Field Marshal asys proudly.
from the memorandum: '"The ob- General Erwin lUgen Johannes By the time World W ar I ws
Ject of the Bill Is to enable the Rommel-have resumed the tacti- and ha ewoa the D.S.O. Between
auxiliary (denominational), no less cal duel which began at El Ale- over he w a lieutenant colonel
than the county (Government) mein. the wars he commanded a batta-
schools to play an effective part in When first they met In September ion of- bis own regiment, served
the education of the future" 1942, the battleground was a sun- In Palestine and Egypt, spent three
(Clause 19). baked expanse of desert, the prize years as I general staff officer, first
With regard to aided schools the mastery of the Mediterranean. grade, at the Staff College in Quet-
(Clause 21) which correspond to our Now their battlefield is the plains 1taIndi. .ajorgeneral
denominational schools, it Is pro- and green wooded hills of north- By 1938 h as a major general
vided that "the managers of these western Europe, the prize the ma- and a year later he was In France
Schools will continue to appoint tery of the European Continent. commanding the third division of
their own teachers and have tne Capricious fate has reversed the u Brhtish Expeditionary Force.
teachers' salaries and other main- roles of the two men, In 1942 when He brought It backto Dunkerque,
tenance charges paid by the local the Afrika Korps under Rommel contributing a brilliantly conceiv-
education authority. They will also made its, last bid for Alexandria ed counter-attack at Namur to the
receive a grant of 50 per cent from and Suez it was Rommel who did seri of such manoeuvres with
the Minister towards the cost of the attacking and Montgomery which the B.E.. vainly tried to
any alterations which may be re- whose Eighth Army stood at bay stem the gray-green tide of auldiery
quired to the buildings, on Ruweisat Ridge. that anally reached the sea.
"Moreover they will be responsible Now Montgomery is senior officer 'InVasion Corner'
only for the external repairs, and of a great Anglo-American army Then came a year in command
half the cost of these will be met of invasion, while Rommel Is com- of the "invasion corner," the Bri-
by the Exchequer; the responsibility mnder of the army assigned to tish Army's southeastern command.
for indoor epars and repairs to counter-offensive against the Finally, he crumbling of the ri-o
the playgrounds and playing fields Oi al forces, ie l n tsh line in Egypt, the transfer of-
will rest on the local education u- Of all the men who are playing Sir Claude Auchinleck tro India and
tll arnty other ,anleduab iows au- major roles in this year'sgrea. the death of ieut.-General William
lthity the financiallr iabeliyof athe campaign these two are the most H. E. Gott, first chosen to lead the
managers or governors of aided colourful, the best known end the Eightli Army, brought about Mont-
schools will be limited to half the ablest field commanders. They-are gomery' appointameont.
cost of alterations and improve- extroverts who have opened the g ppnir apn
ment and of external repairs, lvesThen came El Alamein, Tripoli,
len wn t o a corptera repairst lives not only to the people of their Mareth and such fame and arula-
The memorandum teems with own countries but to the world. tionda s c f soldier d have won ina
othw r remarkable provisions finan- They are soldiers who have wo their lifetimes. he w


ce ia ent nd y o thrise, (Cand uose 8. uc n h cli ahc de- ?n^lifetimes."0^ 0
cal and otherwLse, and shows ta de-great victories; a Ge:-,aaR who Personal tragedy and illness had
finite leaning i n favour of religious shook an empire, an Englishman dM


previus pactic andwlU e undr Motgomry ftdouIhetd Montomer withg the^^ ^ way
teaching In all primary and second- who, becoming y c'Ance it ciam- to the top. t rIn 1937 his wife diea
ary schools where "the school day pion drove the enemy away frm and Montgom ery van1 ished from
will begin with a corporate act of the lifeline of that empire the sight of his friends f r a year.om
worship and religious Instruction In many ways they are not dies- then he returned he was harder
will be given. This instruction may similar. Each has a craving for hnd oreturne s h.washarder
be given at any time. Clause 28)." success and the acclaim which ac-and more professional than e ver.
Further 'in aided schools the re- companies it. But whereas Rou- H had no other interest ave sot-
ligiot instruction will be in ac- mel sees in this acclaim only the diering.c e ne
cordance with the trust deed or measure of his own greatness, Once he has engaged the enemy
previous practice, and will be under Montgomery finds in it a light with and is satlsfted he ehs troops an d
the control of the managers or which he can Illumi nate the deeds material to defeat hunc Montgomeryh
governors (Clause 27)." of the men he commands andti- I hehis black b eret waving them




^ ~ ~ ~~ h command Send I" is everywhere.--n~eytel
It seems extraordinary therefore spire them to greater things. Each fhrbackG beretlwaving them
that, having rawd to-the iboras Is eavied at times and resented by thirw Gunners look up from
nature of this Bill ih the Mother the more conventional officer of ei pieces ttho see hi bright blue
COl tr), the Dkector of Education his ofn army, for each departs, m eyes on their work. Infantrymen
should mnlldd to impose a re- many respects, f.om tb septed go into a tUo. with~hia crisp repe-
actIar and burearcaatlc system stan ard. Each h e i vo estha n their rears.. ust a"Now
upon the practice long established most Important command by un- i tt le more slUginend adwe'll have a
in the Colony, and now definitely usual means, Rommel through poll- tetle oe slg ing anree' shav




members nfteCtowi e, th -nlave them.,,abovep movng k ea ep who, n
accepted and co rmed after ma- tics, Montgomery through a com- i. e "K'ee German, ke pmay
lure and delMerate consideration plex chain of circumstance which ng. They're just Germans, you've




totlnot ome42,00,00. Tere s a eanso mch t Brtonsite d tl fhes belder. whom can, sho
by the president of the Board of moved observers to name him "one licked them efore Come on, show
Educet wn I E ngland. of history's most important acci-them what Northumbria (or Scot-
..It t herIdanous andd Insultingr dents." land or London or New Zealand
tab mthods of a lus kind hIg-ave n In h p t en or Devon) men can do."
been made to apert as enlightened Stature n Britain That's what Montgomery tells
been madethere, m rtonli vteedw s oIt is necessary to have lived In them. And how they love it!
and advanced Ittatonal views in t Britain during the dark days of Aomuaatel's Skill
this little Colony whereas the 1940 and 1941 to understand Mont-
Mother Country, our pattern in Atature in that country. And no a word about that
gomery seaur nta t wilty. Cemn il asa ri
every way, takes the opposite view e was the first soldier, a Winston German, Field Marshal Erwil
and adheres to the previous ac- Churchill was the first politician, Rommel.
cepted practice. to offer the people proof of Bri- The truth is that Rommel today,
Again, it is to be remembered tain's greatness. To a victory- no less than two years ago, is an
that this Colony boasts of no less hungry nation he brought triumph immensely able fielt commander, a
than one-third of its population as after triumph, from El Alamen totactician of experience and skill,
members of the Catholic faith. Enfidavillie. n and above all a leader who, in a
while in England there are only He saved the Empire by saving period of waning German hopes,
about 2.500,000 Catholics tin a popu- the Suez Canal, but this id not commands the trust and admire-
lation of some 42,000,000. There isla mean so much to Britons'as the tion of his soldiers who can be
minority receiving all it might fact that he had routed the Ger- expected to fight for him with a
prcpelv wish for, whereas the Ms- mans. Today he possesses the fervor and enthusiasm they might
pority here in Trinidad is being hearts of the British people in a not extend to other commanders.
subjected to a crushing and high- way no man htas possessed there. hen Rommel fights there is no
handed attempt at beaucratio con- since Nelson last sailed from Ports- hanging back. No observer who
trol. Where, might it be asked, is mouth saying, "Before I had their watched him at fairly close range
Democracy and it tenets In the cheers, now I have their heartse." in Africa can truly say Romme ns
face of these facts? Montgomery's role in public I Influence and part in the invasion
I venture to suggest that before that of a dashing popular leader, battles will be minor, He will
any proposals of the nature con- simple, direct, ready to take press his attack to the end. That
temp lated in the recent resolution chances. Actually, the man is far is the sort of man hei.
of the Board of Education be givenmore complex than he seems, his Evenmore than Montgomery, he Is
effect to., members of that dybravado masking mind of conA cast outside the mould of his caste.
would do well to familiarise them-id Ifrable subtlety, his reputation While von Rundstedt, von Brau-
selves, before it is too late with for daring in battle obscuring his chltsch, von Bock and many of the
the relevant p'ovisions so carefully preoccupation with the less spec- other German generals are Prut-
drafted by the .president of the rtacular but equally important sleanes and noblemen of the class
Board of Education in England in problems of supp ly. from which the German General
the detailed explanatory memoran- For it is one of the paraedoxes of Staff corps of officers has long
dum issued under his hand and this war that the Allied general drawn its members, Rommel was
referred to above, with the greatest reputation for born the son of a teacher at the
ERIC DE VERTEiIL, dash is, in fact, a sober judge of local grammar school at Heidend
President his chances-a Longstreet rather helm in Wuerttemberg, in southern
Catholic Parents' Assn than a Stuart. No general is more Germany. He rose to the top of
Port-of-Spauin. reluctant to attack unprepared, his profession partly through his
When he strikes It is like a care- own great abilities, partly as the
fully prepared thunderbolt. result of judicious boosts by Hitler.
Noises At Wakes Deplored Today Montgomery is a different which, if they did not win his bat-
man from the one who took over ties for' him, placed him in com-
The Editor, sunday Guarian." command of the Eighth Army in mands which gave his talent full
As I write this I am being 1942. If time has not mellowed scope.
forced to listen to a wake which him, fame has broadened him. He He was tough and determined.
will keep me disturbed the whole can still be icily bitter to bungling He was useful to Hitler when the
night inferiors, brutally frank In council, Fuehrer's friends were few. If he
This brings to mind the letter but he is les abrupt in converse- did not have the early advantages
a Mr. Neptune sent the "Trinidad aon; there Is lees of the perpendi- of such men as on Pritech and
Guardian' asking that singing at cular pronoun in his statements, von Bock, who are products of the
wakes should not be stopped, as He sees the war as a whole, less old Imperial Army and its staff,
i. is an ancient custom. Well as his own particular battle. Mont- he took advantage of his apportu-
perhaps it was. but Trinidad has ge mery has a flame In him, he nitius f tudynmg strategy and
f t ewnha great deal since that time wants to beat the Germans, not !tactics.
em hs expect uG to tolerant now so he can go fhloing, not so he c th Genala and Brave
what ancient people liked and retire to a farm but because the
did? Does he confuse what Germans drove him out of Europe Rlmmol, like Goering, is a sort
goes on at wakes with singing? once, because he has fought them of Germanic deal He is genial,
A wake ipaa disgTace and a n two wars, because he haa te them bluff and brave He gcan make extra-
suisnce to a community and Montgomery is not a kindly man vogant boasts whii sound wonder-
should be stopped. It Is an orgy who might be a professor in a col- ful at the moment, less wonderful
of raucous noise srting at 8 pim. egs or your grocery man. He two or three years later.
with hymns till 10; tram then on could be nothing but what he ii, It mayF be, as some qky, that he
mlypsoeharets --ng till 2 amm.; then a professional sodler of rare abili- sufers from an acute inferiority
tiba l cha ts nddances till 5.30 ties. complex which has forced him, the
1-i., ending in a free-far-all fngt, He Loyes HIs sou on of a Wuerttamberr chool-
. Mr. Neptune Is, in m view, the Jb iaaster, to hbt anore Pruasia than
kinbd ol person who defies ail ef- Wthen you think of Montgomery the Prusianl, more a arrogant than
*vrts o6 Government Ior hher think of a man loving the job he the roam and a trelherre who are
education. Perhapst he can afford is doing, immensely confident of sprinkledsolbrlytouht
to sine all night as the next deY his own skill anl that of the men ae top ranks_ of the German Army.
canbe pet I slepng.Untr-hn commands. He has been seape _whatever f gnaws at hi vitals,
tuntel. mst f u hae t wok. y 34 years of army life, by a bit- Itrmmel .is an energetic an able
Oculdnot lawbe mde ~5~tar personal grief, by two wars, by commander, beloved of his soldiers,
thisd no aawbmaeO t innumerable commands on empire This Is important. Von Rundstedt,
DIGSTD frontisers where the officer who is "der general," Is the hero of Ger-
ithl ensom DI UTED. not wealthy must study his Iroles-men offmiers bmt i is Romniel who
Diego Martin. sian or endure almost insulferable is doiebythe soldiers who do
Netionol Party Flopped? Bernard Law MontsomerwsyTis wa nolel the secondl
brnin Kensington, in South Los- most importantfco-h first
lb. Editor, "Stiia Guardian." don, which makes hiip a cockney ws his, gret tactical ablity--In
i ulcopinion to my mind ,has so far as Londoners are concerned, eommeseu oRomehinurt
nevr bs~n'm unnimus is moth ~te hi klth fthe I cannot be under.~


mneomnauon or any political or- carried him off to Tasmania, He estimated'
JSO-ata on as It Is today of the returned to Britain went to Saint Rommel haAs all the personal at-
wmet Idian National Party, and Paul's School. which is brtaiAly tributeS of the tactician; he is
17btlY so, because, like the League not one of the best known publc uick-witted OM bold. He makes
Of Nations, it was formed to all schools, and then to Smendut, s ete Y. In ome battles
ient, and purpose, to .serve a without winning dtltinotioa ,byosd be1 eha shis salnd ten or twelv
at pu.s but Sopped Into that accorded to rfairlya .- ao. td order He
tu and Jisgraoe. ceaeful athlete. nd Im ife
The w li-e In mv opinion has the somewhat teanviamb wal&evetos
laMt confidence in it. of "Monkey." w actes e Awhj tate
^_ ^C. 3-L. DOACM. Posted in 190 as second Ileuten- N OWht.^ Tot *
*ant Ia the M 1 Wanrwtls -5 > VAN,"


V iovemsbent ht~~4


TENDER

For Tb Ectioa Of
Overse Siste
Quarters, Loloniua
Hospital, Port-of.
Spain.


Se Notuee ia n 20Q Gansea date
l7th J-I-N 164.
Ful particular s to Conditouas
of Contract can be obtained at the
office of W. H. Watkins and Part-
ners, F/F.R.IB.A., GOoverW nt
Architects, 2 treasuryy Street, Port-
of-Spain, on and after the let of
June, 2944.
Contractor will be r ulred to
give security of $8,000.00.
Tenders close at noon on Mon-
day, the 17th of July, 1944.
Tenders to be addressed to the
ColoAal Secretary. Red House,
Port-of-Spain, marked on the
outside of the envelope, "Tender lor
erection of Overseas Sisters' Quar-
ters, Colonial Hospital, Port.of-
Spain."
ERROL L. DOS SANTON,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
"'ate : 9th June, 1944.

COCOA 1943-1944
CROP

Agreements. have been concluded
between Exporters of cocoa, with
the exception of the Cocoa Planters'
Association, and C jvernment,
whereby the Exj. irters may retain
the actual expenses of overhead
and direr' charges, an' in addi-
tion, profit of 50c. per fanega on
all cocoa 'shipped to any destina-
tion up to the 30th September, 1944,
the balance of the proceeds of
sales being deposited in the Trea-
sury for distribution to producers
on the basis of the ratio of the
total of the Pool, less cost' f
administration, to the total amount
of cocoa sold ta dealers by pro-
ducers.
2. All producers of cocoa aret
hereby notified that if they desire
to participate in the .distribution of
the Pool, In respect of the Cocoa
crop year commencing the et
October 1943, and ending the 80th
September, 1944, they should sub-
mit to the Accountant 0- ieral,
n lIter tba the Slat i'eember.
L944, their cocoa Sales Slips giving
full partlcu irs of sale of cocoa to
Dealeis.
3, Any producers who fall to
send in their cocoa sales slips or
other evidence of r-les by the Slast
December 194;. will be excluded
when the distribution of the Cocoa
Pool Is mr
4. All dealers art nereby request.
e,' to co-op-,te by furnishing to
the Accountant General, not later
than the Slst Deemeber, 144,
full particulars of their purchases
of cocoa in total from each Indi-
vidual in the following forml-
(a) Dealer's name and business
address:
(b) Total quantity obtained from
each person;
(e) Nkme and address of per-
son or persons from whom
the c"coa was obtained.
Acting Colon!i, Secretary.

WORKMEN'S COMMFSATION
ORDINANCE
NOTICE

Re-Death of (a) BOOPSINOH, a
workman lately employed with
Ste. kladeleine bugar Co.,
Ltd., which occurred on the
llth day of May, 1944.
(b) SEEMUNOAL, a workman
lately employed with Trinidad
Sugar Estates Ltd., which oc-
curred on the 38th day of
February, 1944.
Compensation In the above mat-
ter having been deposited with me
under Section s of the Workmen's
Compensation Ordinance, the de-
pendants of the said (a) Boopsingh
and (b) Seemungal are hereby re-
quired to appear before The Com-
missioner on Friday the 7th day of
July 194%, at 9.80 o'cloMk in the
forenoon at the Court House, Port-
of-Spain, when the Commisioner
shall proceed to determine the dis-
tribution thereof.
Proof of relationship of depen-
dants to the deceased workman will
be required by the Commissioner
to be furnished by claimants at
the enquiry. Such proof to be in
the form of certificates of birth
and of marriage as in the circum-
stances be necessary. /
Dated this 7th day of June, 1944.
L.A. GOMEZ,
Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.


HOUSE FOR SALE I


No. 21 Fraser Street


Sealed offers In writing aren in-
vited addressed to the Public T -
tee, Red House, and marked "Offer
21 Fraser Street" no t later than


MGM C JLT 6A
ADOnIALTY
Lmomim L3*
GOODS Taken at
from supi 8m *'i


PUBLIC NOTICE is
at Ian puimuance of
ceived tromn the
shs4 Lod, K Ran
be put up for sale h
tl0 on Monday the
July, Ia9, at the hmo
at the Contraland -
hUsm, H. M. OWutom
Spain, the undermente
and articles la a at"
SLarge quantities of
z"Onual Oils, Pergmc
and Extracis etc., and
as will appear.
The aid goods will be ,eS f
aMl in Separa lots at a st
below the appraised valn. L
the said goods together MUb
upset prices may be obte~a
the Deputy Registrar,
Court. Permisilon to view
spoct the said goods will be .
ad by appointment.
All further Information .4
obtained from the afo M
Deputy Registrr. Supreme. 4
Dated this 8th day of Jammi
LA A
SubstiUtute for Admiralir
Trinidad and T7%W

Trinidad Governn'
Railway

VACANT POST

APPLICAT. NS are invited
suitably qual .,ed persons l
polntment to the following
the Trinidad Government
L CAR AND WAGON
FOREMAN ON
SCALE OF ,$2
Age : Not less than a yat,
Experience : ;ot less them i
experience in stpe2,l'
directing men engage
general carpentry
Knowledge of ar and M
building and
wood-working mn
sential.
. RUNNIf HED ng
ON SALARY 4CA1C
*5,456-i2-82.53g 7j
Age: Not less than M
Experience: Not leo w
years' Experience In
Ing and directing
In servicing and
ning repel to steU
motives.
Applicants should ad*e
applications to the eONW4
ager of Rallsays, Port-cf

NOTICE TO

C '.1^
IN THE 8UPREMI
TIZNIDAD AND ..
Public Notice to Ier f l
that one of the Judmg ,I
DrWne Court will sit in
at the Court House at /
SaIn on Thursday thei
of June, 1944, at ten o'le1
forenoon for the purpoM0
Ing applications by uN
exemption from serving S
at the Sessions to be hqld4
of-SpOain on Monday the
of June. 1944.
And Notice Is also riven
such application will be,
talned after the said Si l
June, 1944. .
A. V. N.


NOTICE


Slum Clearance saO
OrdinaneJ, Ch. I3 Na
NOTICI is hereby glm
the 1st day of MAy, .OA
tion under Section ltOf
Ordinance declaring the
out in the plan herein ni
to be a housing area VAS
the Planning and Su l
mission. '"
A certified copy
resolution and p15.1
to, have been
OommIssion, 2, St._
Port-of-Spaln, and Wi
inspection without P
between the hours
4 p.m. from Mond, "
Dated the 17th di
*_SWS


SOULER'W
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Soldlen' Week at *
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Ofte will be pt0W,
Information. not 0*
crults but to Mot
and sny otber IB

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w&Gate_

hED VEGETABLE FOODS
__ forlnfants
STheet m em w vepbls pre"am
eatom ae intr i*dua sa a valambe
Sin.^^i ad delf I~hil sidtieM as SabysB
Menu.
Deatms umally emmem o
re s cre theWm ft"ie wt
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and


afternoon tea can now be

energised and vitamised.

Use Cow & Gate GI ucose-A.D.
for aweening your mmoilng coffee d your afternoon tea and secure for your hard worked body extra
energy. vitamnu and nourilhment.
COW & OATE GLCOME A.D. Is an immediate source of energy and nourishment, and every pound
oont-ns
9,4N Internatm al Unite of Vitamin A.
and &,O nte mtiemli Unlt of Vitamin D.
Vitamin A i the a nU4nfectvUwe vitamin which bull ds up resLoLance to coughs, colds and other infectiou
diseaMs. Vitamin D is lth vitamin which puts all the other ritamlns to work.


COW & GAT GLUCOSE-AD. is non-fatt&ting andM giv yout
energy without ulrpu at. You can therefore u Cow & oate Glucome-
A D. freely and t that abundant energy mad quick nourinheut whiteh
Is needed much O t the TropicU.
COW &.OGATZ GLUC6-A.D, can alao be used In lime .d and
Gt'm huOSNU"e drinkl Vt TYOU a coVSeeisnc frvm Iep laia or an
ether dMitta ing llmmnum and nedM mmthln to give yu quik
I Obb let t COW & GATE GLUTCOO.Aa help you.


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an 860mach upse fhW 1deaSt
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faet nanau that in the Tropot So
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SOCIETY


Trinidad & Tobago Branch


+


INVASION APPEAL


Already acknowled ..d ........................ tl14.47826
Captain J. I. McDougaU ............................ 10.00
0. Uv. ........................................ 0.00
I. 0. U. ........................................ 0.O50
St. Andrew's Parish 0ouva ....................... 6.00
Mr. Wiam stewart .............................. 5.00
60 eroent Brids Club ............................ 7.00
His Orace the Archbbishoo of Port-of-Spain
(Collection Oatholic Churches in t Colony) .. 4.
Mrs. Gordon Taylor ................................ 50
Mrs. ,. Anderson-COollection and Donation ...... 40.00
Anonymous ...................................... 1. 0
Mr. H. Wainbe .................................... 8.00
Port-of-Spain ori Oiulde-Sae of Used Stamps .... S O
Miss Mamet oumllnson-aalo of Ton ............ MA
Government HouMe Stab ......................... 9JO
Cantain M. J. Or ............................... M00
Mr. van Dooenad ............. ........ -.00
Mr. a W. L bo ..................... ...... MJ00
Mr. 1 M H Dean. ft L t ................. .
A fitd ............................... .. m
t James Tennis Club ................. .....
Brechin Castle and Waterloo NIat
ladle' Pantry Bae ............................. B.
Joseph B. Pornande ............................... 500.00
Oeddes Grant Ltd. ................................. 1,00040
Trinidad Trading Co.. Ltd. ........................ B50000
Neal & Mass En Co. Ltd. ........................ 1,000.00.
Win. H. Kennedy n o.. Ltd. ...................... I00.00
W. 0. R O s O.. d ......................... 00.00
Wm. IL. Soott Ltd.............................1000
Mrs. J. 0. Kelshall ............................... 130.00
Anonymous ...................... .............. 5J
K. K. M. ................. ...... ................ 800.0... .
R. B. P ........ ............................... .... 0.0
Albert H. Joseph Ltd. ............................. 100.00
0. I. Trestrall & Co., ........................ 1000
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wSim it Is al in a good caused
Whie at irst your sImall dut-
ter takes part in only the sIeplest,
brifest way. when she get to be
eight years of age or thereabouts
you may teach her to make a
plain dish. beining right from

Oo over the simple ingredients
with her, and the proper swourt
of each, as well as the eorng
utensils needed for making It. and
the dishes for serving. Teach herM
to measure, telling her why It Is
Important to do this Just so.
Oo over the directions with her
one step at a time and., of course,
tell her a gd cook tastes every
th and elp her to sample
food she has prepared.
Once she has mastered the mak-
ing of whatever simple dish you
use as a commencement, let her
advance to others of an uncompli-
cated nature. After all, it is only
a step from making cocoa to a
chocolate blanc-mange. and don't
forget to give her credit when she
has done well, and also prime ner
dady to praise her efforts likewise.
Quite small glrls can scrub and


I fwwtuw ic *wry meIT-sy p)rt
of the Woeeeil. ID.


ADelkious

Pudding

Xt ep gapifn it $eKtum&ls fret
from sikt and "Mebeeam
I cup l Ught brown aI
1 tablespmn flour
I tablespoon melted butter
I ps a flour
3 teaspoon Bakig Powder
teaspoon salt
3 tb )pooms butter
1-1 cup milk \
Put grapefruit into buttered bak.
ing pan. Mix brown sugar and 1
tablespoon flour and add melted
butter. Sprinkle this mixture over
grapefruit. Sift togflher floatr, tpk-
InMg powder and salt. Add butter,
mixing well with fork. Beat egg
Lightly In measuring cup; add milk
to make i cup; add to first mature.
Turn out on floured board and toss
lightly until outside looks smooth.
Roll out A inch thick to fit pan.
Place on top of grapefruit and bake
in moderately hot ovem about 2S
minutes. Serve bottom aide up.


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.za elm apisl.o9 Wad sbda Sty...
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4a O^jAS6Tow dmu m" ses
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f- i -_- a sump

Pm oA bdyme salamft sultoveeaeg~ wo~seo

kyeisse mad bedesbowpa
.-- -a -'---S it y- Nerdar


Mr. and Mrs. WHO slee a t-- wf .me -ihOtd O* w l ewrer-
girls for a picture by the "Gu1adid~petegraber I fter ther
marrwae r w atelay, Jblm 1Us. S OaMe "w formerly Mo
Urma Bovtm ..

Tropical Homes-Part I1


Pretty Colours In A Home

Enliven The Atmosphere

By a Correspondent


Colour Is dependent on light
home should be colourful. Look s
morning at about 7 oclotk and co
What a difference! The green 0
rich and deep, at midday it is ligI
to sunlight.
Strong sunlight neutralises strong
colours, and this is one of the rea-
sons why people of sunny lands are
fond of vivid hues. It Is natural
that they look well in a sun-
drenched landscape.
So It is In the home. Let Nature
be the guide. Her harmonies prove
the close connection of colour and
light.
Science has also aided the deco-
rator. It has discovered that lIght
could be split up into many coloiM
by a glaws piM, ad s0 It waS po8-
tgggq to "Wfate color watch ha-
monised. This set of colours wa
called the spectrum, which are yel-
low, orange, red, scarlet, crimson,
purple. violet ultramarine, blue,
blue-green and yellow-green. This


KMoedsa
LS4L?
P. 43


t, and because of this the tropical
at the colour of the savannah in the
compare it with it$ colour at mid-day.
of the morning light is bright and
iht and soft. That difference is due

Illustrated that many colours are
closely related.
With these principles to work on
the next step is to find out how
colours affect the eye. Which are
the most restful colours which are
the most difficult on the eye? Here
again Nature knows bhst-she uses
large expanse of blue, green andi
yellow, and It is well to follow her
example.-
Colour schemes come next and
this is where knowledge of the
primary colours -yellow, blue and
red-enters. When these colours are
mixed together the results are the
three seeoondry colours, for ex-
ample, blue and yellow make green,
blue and r'd make purple, red and
yellow make orange. And this
knwiedge should assist greatly to
harmonise colours.
Pleasing colour schemes are ob-
tained by using colours which are
related on the circle of colours
mentioned, and at the sam, time re.
member that the stronger colour
should be dominated by the weaker
hi For example, when using yel-
low and greow the effect is more
satisfactory when little green tI
wied.
An effective colour scheme Is the
result of contrasts, such as blue-
green and r orange. Its effect ean
be very charming and unusual, pro.
vided that the name quantlti- of
each colour are not used.


SURE REMEDY
FOR DYSPEPSIA
I 0s 00 lef uuee7 to g0 witbOW
food which ti osoemry to "oW halth to
dmiy flatflw or soin acidity.
ALOCOL is o ive reiner for thbs
and eil aU tionu a s It oecomm oded
by Doete: e Sverwh m
ALOCOL aosttialllme mm aeddty- 4*
eanue of so much dympapl -.nj molll=l1
the StoCmac. wo tablets f ALOCOl
ke before M ad after mealt wI prevent
dympa ad ea be you to enloy yoa
t dvouithe e Wlh wo e er of alttromal
feeslta IOOOL is gelbetly hammle ts
aruulU dien-
ALOOOL is urlor and tat more potent
than teahonate of soda, blomuthL mai-
Bel or other alalIm remedies. Thee
may gIe oM~ita nrobeif frotmpn. abe
tave em emamet aue Is s*acUng a
AMOOL 5tri sovm-pt rebet and bofll
p A new healthy 1eUon. It neutralit
only the ebctm aid is theo tomach. leavbl
the me unry quantity tog the norn
grooma ot dtilto.
Obttblo e botti of o0 or 1.0 tablteb
tem all ehemISts r dIret from he
Asets:
BOTD HUTCHINSON, LTD.
49 Mau" sf. Portn-OfSgoa. TrinidaS
A.O. 1


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Mke Is an a "t.-We 1
which could be Made % In set-
toal ofk amd wutd bd e l

leisurely traditions for a variety of
reasons, and a lady's maid is com-
paratively rare. So the task of
keeping her wardrobe and cosme-
tics in order has, in many oases,
now devolved entirely n milady
herself, with varying results
Some women are born wfth tidy
and methodical habits, othe
achieve them, but there are a few
who can never manage to acquire
any method at all-thler lives-are
completely chaotc.
NOTHING TO WEAR
And yet It involves no great
hardship to keep one's personal
eflecta In good order, provided the
jot is tackled In the right way. But
there will always be the woman who
Just let things slide, and. when an
unexpected invitation comes her
way at short notice she has to give
herself furiously to ahlnk.
The dress she would like to wear
Is solid and she has neglected to
send it to the cleaners. It seems
very unwise to risk washing It and
she cannot poesslbly get it cleaned
in time. so she hunts\ feverishly
through the wardro"'e Tor wine-
thing else.
Peraps the next ehol though
cle.n, .amks So of Us buttons
which have been lost a the Vu4
and not replaced. To wear it In such
a condition is unthinkable and but-
tons cannot be got in time to fix
It, so she goes ,i with her search.
The next garment to come up for
review probably needs a special slip
which on invesatlgtion is found to
be soiled or in need of repair. 30
that is ruled out. And so It goes on
unt' she may decide that, as there
is nothing suitable ready for wear,
she must hurriedly wash out a slip
or a dress.
if she has not time to attend to
thLs entirely herself she probably
leaves it to the tender mercies of a
possibly rather Incompetent servant.
and when she come to put It on
And& that 'it is too tight or too
short or that the hem Is hanging
unevenly through bad laundering.
She th< % has to choose between
two evils-either to wear something
rather unsuitable for the occasion
or to stay at home. In any ease her
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1924 -1944
Twentgy Years


Mbe her aim -to

itn Uthe tropc sut
practicable o weartti
more than once wtth
or cleaning, and thIsk
tended to metic-lo
b. for any fabric to
tiot. left in it, and mi
often it will soon rt.
RUNNING REPAIR[
Buttonr, trimmnuI,
hems that ave come u
alr.ays be attended t.i
It is a good plan to
which need attention 1
Pla, apart fro. thaw
ready to wear.
It is most annoying
one has spent sMehu
lic, blissfully munmioneh
Or split seam or dsaf
oe=s outfit which
to everyone else, M
tretemps never hawopw
groomed woman, who aS
a point of carefully N
her outt.t from all sul
she leaves her dressd g.
HANG CLOTHES CA
Most garments are th'
ei ng aheet of tF
provfded ^arti su? Il
paid to the set nt 'i
for the 9ppearan, c aoI
W---m


ITle l a towd7'
whidh hmould be u
pute or ninon, fIr
ft i timed wI f
so Is doi-achg
whk eompletf
be Irretrievably ld
shoulders get out of
material stretches ofa
it is better to lay it eO
shelf or in a drawer.
Heat in the wardro s
sla a great help inW
creases out of dr9es I
stallation of a heatir 1
a simple matter.


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HM1: Sad Ill. Of~in 4r6 L nj. do kLG -
E nir*eot. Uitt. AfltoMD. Mr. O~te Plaueai. Ir.
ag>~a^lf,tiid Mrs. B. Gibbous. Utos Xktfrien RUIt

o' ViaoIa mnsttute Mw5c Sectioas have esumod -lhaa-
ML -d Itfli attendance is lequesteg defpht th bad
-+* 9
W aneds w to ae been Itwn by te mm maje
ijteay OstOWedral In LAd 41 the Uuie VIN 1 the
c am K p a.p d n 0 ot f the io m will
SSaturday, June t, at (he Prtnea DU
l WUbe Instete u oly. eitse w .l be a, tTeeed inlr,

IMtad.l anddit n0 It waU MAIted An thust oeoUoatin yeurby
ma t St. o ary s Ocege woojb tabt pae a-
|M.ftft Cathtea ion will n ofct be hbel neti Sat utay
AWPe iBUke I reWretped.
IWula gfene ooanlltee will meet at 5.30 pjm. mn Tuesdny,
MD at the hme oftase chl&.aB M)rcourtteny Rooks,
aiect of k )aek aMt the Prtnxoe'a shidi~ng. Last year Oasuals Club
g the'r most lstestJul daesat I understand tie mem-
| to "Bo oBe UWtB"' this year.
Mng bembery are asked to be at Major Rookas h me at
pMtane: Mr. hndre toai eyer, Mr. Domingo Antomi, Mr.
|aMr. Albert Gonsalves, Mr. Jeff StoUmeyer, Mr. Ken
| DItty a WauilaS and Mr. Ken lAutisclum.
wt pahrI t of the variety show a mtWMg to RIAmeMa-
oi Thianamed by inWs Thora Thomas be; ao i of the St.
*AAU d .a wil be a winnequea parade. Seven pretty
t of4nhoMn to di.phae a varied et hf e dtmMa M is
b,4 io Ttahee Rostint, Miss Evelyn Croos, Miss Yvullnne
tj g eoWWatthi eadrgt.hi tct ry
"p y xMftiu, MareAWt brae AtMajorey Pjadl how* n at


time:A wUl he An otey nit. i rth.Mr t, D i ,ton i Mr.
i *a rnu.. ad MrsKn drenla.
1wl qtn~i at Davidson Lad Todi!. tsowam saa I
thooon to datte v ao varie set costume -a Kim


R Med clothing, etc., are urgently needed for the Jsble
ld f te Special led Cross Invuon Alppeal to be Wheid at
dl UA on Saturday, Jun e 14. Article given may be
1-.MImes Hemdquartier, or please o-municate with
IJ. 6 S l Clabr Avenue (y.phone a2).
4tasn ade aft m a.


t OALVtR has arraned a varied thinrUme tor hW
Mefll at BSt. JoIn's Pembroke Street, at 8.t0 po oen
mod, 0o behalf of the Impertal Oyneorship Red 0Cro1
M M. On ple..s include Bach's Prelude ad c PiUe in C
l (mpresHiva pedal r oio opeingt, "he swan" (Satit-
iA G Carhime nuh" --n one of Mr. Calvers own popu-

U Tt wil Inte pi-ia Butt, and Mr. A. W. Donegan. an dg h Ian
11 Ior esima v tnl w l a r dter "ning E" h Sw (nan" t(S n .
VH. MU .nt clarinet s olo to the recitalist's on coom-
be a novelty as the two intUtnenta blend remarkably

"AL EWMe. UM wife f Major Goddad, Deputy Coln-
ot f 'Daoe in rbbad, was among pieusgeca to
o& Ia Wtneaday. she eame tin a reat hurry, having
9noe Ies of her son. Lieut. COarlton Goddard.
ntlimlm. who is in the hospital at Plam wita) an attack
aI, ig 1 Wesi me wvv mucb better and lhe bo he will
e toiavol with br when She retwuna to Sa1bads.
1=01 the f )Mlaw Sbe"a NOpt., arfwId here
I iwesIM h nutday. She left mt Trinidad tn h
bei, *A count of the llUme her t motr, Mwn. Ron
War huwsand went to Oaracas where e is employed, In
Sfad i due to Warrive here shortly on HolidayU, so Mrs.
V-"t aMW hhn.
W Zr. lme Intends tacltng his wife to Oartaom.
M1. C6K", Oeneral Manager of Premier r'rtntad) oil-
S Palo Beeo, with Mrs. Pincham and their little onr
40on Thwrday for Canada for a holiday and expect to
4daut Uhre month. They will spend moat of thetr fur-
ifmm4 artlett, director Y tit *ame eompan. is still
iMOW, d a now occuping Mr. wincham's quatera. Mr.
H peofbi remain In Trinidad until the Plnchama return.
a 0
sI puadronx at Piarco ha.t issued invltatiouns for a dance to
Ift e iBoya ti aval Club, Quien's Park East. on Tues-
10U. I m I p nto midnight. As usual, It is mre to be a

1TI CARR P of the Police oree. who hau been In charge
,*tinPa district for the past two years. has been transferred
e alm Department in port.of.Snain a s win be comin
Ititwn ehortiv with his wtfe and family. Major Tvnr Knights.
l charge a the. pire Brigade, will replace Oapt. Oarr in


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5 Otter, ^M 'uit~t be>*
ame Ih'm o m-ase mgo"TWO
Sfe Ofaeetein Mi We aoetal Wel >
i. m 'alammed
4ifalMBD-y' in UP Uft'40
mmd f a 4rmeA pn- 2 m
Km-d U mmM e- ( ( ,.ha fi
'me* a sIii tiwardsof Wen .N.
uteMi to W tn melmttee y

2I*6'- kaI O. 'A.miceS. tyle
4aenate Rdtha.
garoeVI111111111109 be i-ae
eaedas a Ptep twang4 West In-
dims adratlan wiltv was ther ul-
Mr. *benMr Doncan. the secre-
tary of tlhe aoclaMton, gave an oat-
Inte 4f MIs .erMe 4fol"aI
with Wliheimsta atus ( te West
Indies.
TI 1ontil4-e St. -lr P. DM54me,
the .'oe.weiedadt, 4 t4" voto
of thanks. assured the Governor Of
= complete oo-operation of te
le who repos d a eonfl-
dence In him now that they had
known hbnim better.
The Ron'ble R. 1. UreaeMeN, see-
Coding the vote of thank. wished
His xce'llency a Mfe voae back
to Orenada and eapraed the hope
that he and ad GMMe would
soon be In St. Vincent aan,.
smen elassial selectuls an th"
piano by Mr. ben Prod and some
liht music by a section of the St.
Vincent Phillih rmonic Orchestra
added to the eujoyment of the
evenly.

No eIOl..
Sunday Gwaiedia. verePmadeet.
KINgISTOWN., at. Vincent, June
17.-The LiIlative Ounci el. meet-
ing on 'Thursday under the presi-
dency of His Honour W. Adrian
Date, setng Adanlstitor. decided
to recommend to the Governor of
the Windward Islands that the
present Oounell remain at least
two years longer in view of the
result of the recant plebiscite in
which there wa a majority of 64
voters in favour of holding no cgn-
eral election now.
The decision was taken on ai
amendment by the Hon'blie Oeorge
A. Mcintosh. member for Kinsm-
town, seconded by the Hon'ble St.
Clair Bonadie. member for South
Windward, which resulted In re-
jection of a motion by the Hon'ble
A, 0. Hatell, elected member for
the Grenadines. seoonded by the
Hon'ble W. A. Hadley, nominated
member, that the general election
be held on AugusI 1.
The agenda of the meeting In-
cluded replies to 26 questions by
the Hon'bte Mr. McIntosh, the most
Important of which dealt with the
application of the James Graham
Bequest of I4iz00 for charitable
purpose out of which the Graham
wing at the Colonial Hospital was
built.

Governor Returns
Sunday Guardian COe penint.
ST. 1EOOEl.S G Orenada. June
17---Hl EceUllency the Governor
(Sir Arthur GrImble) arrived hee
On Wedntec.ly from St. Vincent on
a ahowr official visit. He was ac-
empanled by Mr. C. B. Gibbs.
Acting Chief Clerk, Governor's
Office.
During his stay it is expected
that His Excellency will preside at
the opening of the new Legitlative
Council. Later Sir Arthur will
visit the St. Lucia and Domlnica
territories of the Windwards.


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IVTDOWrOMi.fa~a u
17e.-bn the rad tltS e tow
uthrir cnateeat the e ,
Amub. y, on TW .ay,4 MM
flthler WM-"tto tf t 1
atmi t d. ane +te. ,.aweB C t
pUta-Ma of roteautry umeel-<
teachers. iheir 41tioslal and trans.
for to the owvtor,
The 3ir utd remit or the -4t-
t#U up *f t 'S trVpaiernt 6fC q t
eatll and. wuh sttes n
l heted Ooensist p~a-
Oe6ueeNAt .de s it aitv ir l
tMayer this pow 'r from the heard
Of Manuers under the bmatiman-
shtp of the supervising minister bt
the Govanor.
At the samie tme te Dill pro-
vides that teachers will &nme the
full ttus of civil M servants and be
subjected to the provisions' pro.
repdure ared reouAlon. governing
civil Aervants.
Many tsaciwrs- here welcome the
Bill benaw ie It will evsare a means
Of prioth ton other than the prW-
ent system dominated by reAlUes
Versasion of suitable eandidatef.
but it is feared that the grant of
Lhn status of civil servants with
restricted political cotivitles has by
no means met with an entlwi-
astec reception.
A feature of this legislation Is
that the Teach ter' Alacdiatton Was
not asked ts views an the matter
eand the various denomlnatitons
owning school property have re-
mained Wlent, with th? exceptloh
of the Rev. Ernest, Griffin, a
Methodist minister, who hints 'In
the Press that the Bill "destroys elt
co-operation. bMeitw, the Depart-
ment ol Education and the chureb-
ts in the matter of atopointments"
and thai the "postponement will
give those of us who ar- doubtful
of it., wisdom an Opportunittty to
state our casp."


20 Resolutions
Sunday Guardian Cerrenpasdent
BRIDIIETOWN. 3Barbados. June
17. Mor, than 20 resolutions ua
post-war commerce will be conid-
ered by the Congress of the Ao-
ciated West Indian Chambers of
Commerce which Will be opened
here Thursday by 8ir OGrattan,
Btishe, Governor of BArlbados, and
will be held under the presidency
ol Mr'. R. W Vnungman, presidet
of the Jamaliet Clihamber of Conm-
tnerce.
There are resoluitions dealing
with trade and cotnmunlcations,
ond there Is onr calling for in-
corporation of the Associlated
Chamnbern Witlh I view to creation
of a directorltr on which each
colonv will he represented which
would meet at leout twice a year.


Four Ift 1 4teu
BPIDGOETOWN, Darbedioi, Tune
17.-0omequen, on tbe ath Of
Mr. J. H. Murphy. member of the
St. Michael Vestry, a by OlcttUon
becomes necessary and will be held
on Monday.
Oand ates are Mr. Bob King,
bus lnesanan; Mr. James T. C.
Ranmsay, M.C.P.; Lucius Oool, drug
giB, and It. A. MOlCemie, auctOeer
and R estate r mat.


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[IT.- OEIkvs ft'urm fherem % td of
Mr. 0. Ift Mhnlo pb-
Ifilar, 1#36. who Is a student ti
] tlltl nthW tre was placed
C= "l lat arent I of the Law
Ittpse and was awarded the O e-orge
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fS rW evt Vtedw
ST. 0UOODUI OGrenada, June
IT-thfflea figures of the results of
the recent General letion pub-I
leltd I the OWMet Oazete
MeoW that A44 per cent of the is-
land's registered voters exercised
ite franchise.
Ott of a total of S.75 registered
votersiO n I rererda eAd QaWrtacou,
2,07 went to the polls. 'There wtre
110 $poilt voting papers
EkUmated populaUon of Grenada
at the un dof 1942 wag 87.905. -Kw.
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MA4.-Stttar Ceitabir Wee lsed
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reitail *, Centi whih help tav-
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s utht may *ot be Ignolred. Bealides he ri
esly a toeal firt eof Itsea promfnense but
eutation has asumed WestIwnnl msen, ons,,
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sdeity. ^ f
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fothis Isnowbaen andb inw'Urte donr trompy, .i.Z%.. % s .........
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in rthe IiUM Oft h y wa lthy.
OGMna may not always be wie, kut he M blessed ,' ...
Wit & ugd Mon ty nver fVltez. True 1 |
Vokweh hbT phWniit, m I him to tempon r *-* -
aW emee"Mbuthu t. hisotiealwaysImmut-
asoh'hsr1t0" "try~e~t CLEAWSE
ab I adunsullied. L A S
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ome V found to be aa lmot oe oua dulation AII
a rw. ast wa no irrmesp le hm worship UUK
;hidTant Wfin9 at -oiuldeAbbl peronsl expuense-*
kiftht-erran~tn In GMade. He wa Convinced that
i-t apit from the moral principle Involved the 00 D
We india Natifnal Party was In danger of defet- L n V
Ing Its bet IntoatI.
For this he has been Mmalled with particularly
noxiou persiflage. But his principal denlator Clarki "Sa Mlxtw
have, however, been hoist with their own petard. by deil i. bleed
With his expulsion both the saetend goodwill of C i t *
the party have slumped visibly, and for the moment #t to thke ret of our
the party sap like a punctured tyre. Ignonfinolnously
deflated and faced with the nemesis of moral palsy. aip ind rworem
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-By Ubiquitous


of f the moit encouraging symptoms of our persons, after seeing the show, were obviously eon.
Slin Trinidad at the present time the fused In their Impressions chiefly because the
S of the "local" drama. The hglhbrows material of the show Itself a as so familiar to them.
at what seem to them to be naive offer- It had not occurred to them at any time In the past
G rm M nA almost totally lacking In any that Carnival possessed itet possilbillties for
mi or artistic touch. It remains, never- artistic representation; and, though year after year
an ndisputable ,act that the plays of they thrilled to It, the feeling of shame and uncer-
loan., Bourne and cherrie are doing more tainty still lurked.
o a"r sns of appreciation of the things near It was obvious to me a I sat watching the show
O d ei to imm t o ourselves than most of the other that the "Wild Indian" and "Bear" cenes. baffled a
$040A abull~atty directed. number of my compatriots; yet, In "Land of The
A few ulhta age I atendd a performance g Oalypeo" we have a show that Is Trinldadlan In
AS ew night$S 7 J^ 990^ 1ha thtue~ &afr""O ~ IO fhh od
It Bout ins 'Brotken Chords," her most recent e*er.-sf155 of the word.
To esy that I found te experiences Int.en What could be more appropriate then the march
w tod be to state my reactions very mOdeYsta. h Jew Ouvet bands down the theater, Wais
wotd M e l fu were permitted to ta on tO the stage? What more flattering to our pride
Sw folea A atr the gn to pw and that than the fact that the musice of the steel orchestra
SA a very difficult task Its salient and hd dominate the entire perormance?
S aos res woud remain. After all, what are we so timid and ashamed
b sgin.st~s fet* wo 't a bout? A few years ago we pai substantial sums
f is an attempt to portray life In Tzmidad a to enter our cinemas to see a world-famous opera-
as plaFwright experiences It; and, as far a I am iner wearblings a South American street son based
earned, that Is the Important thing. It is the on the familiar cry of a peanut vendor. What Is
my thing that is most Important at the present the difference between the tune that dominated
me. Thpe other things will come later on.. the popular and romantic "Cuban Love song"' and
There IS another aspect to all this that ha been our own. precious. tuneful and delightful "Ice Cream
looad and very much misunderstood. I ne- Blocks?"
b that a more sophisticated person would fall If the "Peanut Vendor", why not the "Ice Cream
phere Miss Bourne has succeeded, for the very Block Vendor?" I ee no reason why not. Some
bvlou reason that In attempting to reproduce S of the world's greatest folk-songs have had just such
rticular a ce of local life, she ham chosen Just the a modest beginning, It is love of what we have and
That seems best suited to her outlook and respect for what we are that mean so much at the
lnemt. In this play., moreover, she has present time. Without that confidence in our
$Aledatstt one OutatI= solvee And In the West Indian dufe-ea-seaae we van
oed l- On""M ts aem n aU nomhi00 .'f' or, .Ideed, without It, our
SVOLtu 40 9t ; h el ws lmin sxri i hold awe, &wdrk, otir oetry remain
dieFvt *o fa" from the a S a n atlair16 ton an Imported product.
Duo o diet of lov t al, eternal NOtW I eel ie on men that w have
to skimishes. I mow only to reahed the state where, without fear of very dis-
hat tosit TrinidadlsIko do nOt take astrous consequences, we can cut ourselves away
1 b, that mos thieyi da onotta k et e, suroelyf te omMUdM Influences. That would be a
*0 1AD ilter things when they appear oin a stage. tragic blunder, ad we should pay Very dearlv for
When'%ad of the Calypso." the ]Pesa Club I.tWhat I mean is that the ere of carbon-copies
how, was being featured In Port-of-Spain, several Is St an end and that we want nothing but originals.


European Backdrop
The battle for rope is in full wing and
er7 hour brng new proof that victory will come
Am AUlited arnnmIe only after bitter fighting, with
)vy se on both sides. Stubborn armchair
t alone could expect the Nal divisions wait-
i erosd hands for the nal assault,
-T: Allied commanders have never given way to
handy day-dreams and they have not made
p romlse that the Nai-held lshores would be
Slust by enchantment. The physilognomy of
Itte, In Its flit stages. leaves no doubt that
S o ao return to the cosy war of trenches as
1Bo has em In the other war. The type of battle
Ai Mw fought I sft the grin Stalingrad kind.
n is no question that Allied planning has
to aount thi kind of warfare in all Its
*te~M~tt. PMto en Beatt on other
mIt -"'save supplied valuable facts
I = %Wdeebat s w shaped from General
s headquarters ti London. The
oMMlgn, aad the viewltudea on the Anam*
particular, must have served as an
Lwee AnlO and the Normandy 'peninsula,
a difference In proportion. There a behind
lanings In the west a power much as never be-
pat Into action by the Allies and the invasion
t eem a to have been a tame affair If eom-
I with the present.day fighting. Yet, the
o the two tampaigna have 0menthtan tn
The Initial landings t Ansio were aootnpllished
Scomparatively short time but turneS out to be
I rlude ito A surprisingly lon standstill of the
omea. It took seven or eight months before
l aot on the move again for their mashing
towardss Rome.
SNormnandy peninsula, too, saw the liberating
swarwming aong an ever-widening front off-
almot uncontested. Here again, apparently
Sucesm at the beginning was closely followed
th hardt fight for every Inch of French earth.
1L the Neai generals rushing crack reserves to


=- By Eric Burger
the hot spots, there might be even a standstill be-
fore the Allied armies start for their seeond-breath
drive deeper inland. It will certainly not last as
long as in Italy; but It will take time and cost Ite
price.
With all the unavoidable ups and downs, places
changing hands twice In a day, paratroopers and
tanks locked Into the blaming battle, the Allies have
already reached one main tactical aim. They have
forced the enemy to bring strong reinforcement to
the battleground of their choice, reinforcement
withdrawn from other continental regions that
tomorrow, or the day after, might become the set-
ting for more Allied landings.
they will come, unquestionably, and they will
m enemy waker than he is on the shoree of
Normandy.


*** a ,
A political shadow lay over thle great moment
that has brought liberation to the frst strip of
French land. The flaring-up ot the oontroversy
between the Anglo-Americans and General Charle'
0 Gaulle's Committs of National Lmratlon leaves
a dark spot in the brightening picture. '
It is not very clear on what facts the Allied
capital# found their reluctance to recognW *the
Committee as th. "Pto'visiOnal Oovernment of the
Frenc publicc" Focng the iMssue, the member
of the Committee have proclaimed themslvet em
euch alter a vote of the Coonsultlng Asemb In
AIrs. Why do Washington andLondona stt
In sanctioning that plausible fact? . .
Today, it is exactly four )par$ that Charle' de
Gaullea voice wee heard for the arst time from
London. He stood alone, in the terrifyiqg flood Of
captulation."Thers must be an kW,,, b e spoke
Into the microphone. "There must be hope. Dlome.
where the flmpe of Wrench reelsecmust gleam
and bum."i
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1 t :* Oan the Oeman-
i UnitedB State forces
aied bid to capture
i nd to drive through
or Tnosy evar lliery and
Being on a gigan-
if the Ains for this of-
added: "Up to now
tas onetly been of a pre-
h~aracter, but "HWHour"
ae nd tho e invasion battle
g r egnin earest. The
H~fupne ommwad has
Spelude to the real bat-I
uiatblsh a springboard for
h Push and the Germans
ithe breathing space to
Stheir b reserves to Nor-
illed reinforcements in
material have been pour-
Normandy ever since the
i of the invasion."
ACHIEVEMENT
C Diunnett, a BBC re-
S ho Is with the American
giave some idea in his latest
of the toughness of the
resistance. He watched
J airborne troops fight
way 5.OO yards la a few
|to take St. Sanveu and hee
SIt was a brilliant achieve-
a The Germans put their in-
Into ditches behind one*
Sand backed them up with
Sand heavy machine guns
an &field or two behind.
Istem of d fence, says Dun-
seans that every individual
ae s to be cleared one by one
Combination of stubborn de-
deal defensive country is
Ight by n the .B.C.
t at O lled. headquar-
he says that although
are drawing closer to tno
i fghtin must be ex-
before we can claim to have
peninsula. On the east
the peninsula American
hold Quinevile but they
enemy fire. Street filht-
nus in Montebourg on
road from Carentan to
In the Carentan.
L area we have made more
advances. Tonilght'r com-
B says that the Allied troops
| n aed the canal that links
r Vire with the Taute.
IFa British-Canadian sector
east the only notable
has been the capture by
lop. of two villages east
of Tidly. Tho battle
t this area has been
10 and fro. with both sides
limited minor attacks. On
Side o f Coaen our men
pral advances after ye-
:two fairly heavy attacks.
Prow hold positions In the
above Troarn five miles.




t ulbiSen0ectd an
the eastern side British In-
went forward In the morn-
anlter cover of an immense
r barrage to take a small
1 and this local action led
l advance of two miles. On
OMeterm side of Tilly our troops
M1114 well over 2,000 yards.
n overseas radio stated
rImning that a German war
fspondent on the Caen front
I this despatch at I n.m. to-
Germans tanks and lolries
,battling through the night to
1h the frontline outside Caen.
AMll"d assault is expected any
t now and these German
Mtaed formations are complet-
the concentration of the Oer-
defence. Allied shells and
* are showeritn unendingly
German positions at Caen.
Prful United States howitzers
Wlso taking part in this


ocieted Press stated that to-
I American advance carried
hWst of St. Sauveur Le Vi-
e-whose fall cut Cherbourg's
raiway route-and put United
% forces astride the Douve
r which bends westward above
IWO. Other forces farther
0 plunged within four miles
3Rve du-Pults, road junction
Nazi's last escape route and
BOrtest neck of the peninsula
Ig guns hurled hells on that
--y.'
weather is in important
F,.and reporters at Supreme
irtrs say until it improves
lbtiantlal advance can be ex-
SDespite all the enemy's
Scount.r-ttacik we have
Sable to glet enough elbow
Sto continue our build up
tdays communique says
taOrhant convoys continue to
04 the beachheads steadily
JA safety.
elGVES SUPPORT
| cruisers and destroyers
Senenmy gun batteries on
"tern ba.nk of the River Orne
O' Yesterday agd the British
-ft Ramilies bombarded oon-
lilis of enemy armour north-
O Caen. Reportvrs at Su-
0 ead0us.rters say that ships
SAlied navies continue to
by off the coast, giving sup-
to tsh land fores or dealins
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ROM PAEI 11
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Raid On Japan

Gives Impetus

To Nipponese
Dy rAM JACKETT, Rntoer%
Special Correependsst.
KANDY, Ceylon, June 17 (Reu-
ter)-The China-based Super-PFor-
tress-; raid on Japan has given a
new Impetus to the Japanese mili-
tary operations In China. These
are now made in clean-out pat-
tern. The Japanese army has been
consolidating its hold on the great
uirea of China, north of the Itiver
Yangtse and stretching between
the north-south railway between
Peking and Hankow and the coast.
This was the logical step against
the Allied advance in Southeast
Asia for the establishment of ad-
vance airfields in China from
whicl to Intensify bombing ra'lis
on Tokyo;. The Japanese now show
signs of reacting to the Super For-
tress raid by moving soutn of the
Yangtse to strengthen their hold
on the coastal provinces between
Nanking and Canton.
NEW JAI STRATEGY
Japan's military strategy In Chi-
al will henceforth be concentrated
pon attempts to cripple General
Oennault'sa advance air fields.
General Chennault's problem as
Commander of the United States
air forces In Ctbna is a very diffi-
cult one. He has to establish air
fields for lor a-range bombing of
Japan and hle has to protect these
air fields. It seems doubtful whe-
ther he ocun rely on the Chinese
armies for this purpose. First-
hand reports describe them as in
very poor shape owing to shortage
of equipment and food. This ex-
plns the seeming Inconsistencies
Sthe news reports about the act-
tal fighting.
The Chinese armies led and
equipped and organised by Chung-
king cannot be compared with the
Chinese troops in Burma who are
equipped and led by General Stil-
well and Who are fed and paid by
the British,
CHINESE FEARLESS
British and American officerswho
have fought with Chinese soldiers
in General Stilwell's army tell me
that they are brave and tough sol-
diers who do not recognize pain or
ftcwr-the same officers tell me that
this is untrue of the Chinese sol-
diers In China. The internal situ-
ation in China is increasingly un-
satsfactory. There is general de-
terloioiton on account of uncon-
trolled inflation: the problem of
the Chinese. "Communlsts" are as-
suming considerable importance
and is claiming a great deal of at-
tention in Chungking and there are
signs of a possible crisis which
might develop into civil wor.
CHIANG DRIVING FORCE
But Chiang Kai-Shek remains i
staunch pivot and a driving force
against Japan and would-be Ja-
panese collaborators and he is the
shrewdest Chinese politician alive.
China will hold together so long
as Allied successes continue in
Europe and in the pacific and
will not disintegrate unless the
Allies meet a series of failures.
Relations between the United
States and China are less good
than they were six months ago.
This is partly due to a rift be-
tween Chungking and the Chinese
"Communists" and Fascist ten-
dencies are noticeable in the
Kuomintang Party. The British.
who during the last two years
have been unpopular In China, are
now slightly better viewed In
Chungking, largely owing to the
personality of Admiral Mountbat-
ten, the successes of the British
armies 'in Europe and the 'impres-
sion gained by the Chinese good-
will mission to London which re-
turned to Chungking a few weeks
ago. There Is deep Chinese fear
and distrust of Russia.


01

Buses Ready Here
For Tobago Service
Establishment of a 'bus service
in Tobago by the Trinidad Gov-
ernment Railways awaits only
Government's approval of the ne-
cessary funds and this is expected
In the near future, the "Sunday
Guardian" learned yesterday.
Railway proposals relative to the
service were recently approved by
Government, but T.G.R. authori-
ties several months ago went ahead
with preparations to start the ser-
vice and had five 16-passenger
'buses ready when Government's
reply was received.
It is proposed to have a tentative
schedule rate and after the cost
of operation has been determined
this will be re-adjusted to provide
transportation at the lowest pos-
sible rate.
The railway authorities hope to
give Tobago a good service which
would be run on an economic basis.


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I Canadians Tended On Beach'


Before a b around o( a knoeked-out German seouWl fortflea-
tion, Canaden -M oirs of tr Ex gpedki v Frem which ended
t Franmo amd who wor woemis are t iate befo UetsAw to
* a elark tMlo Note barrel In .fortUflcation and barbed
wre spread bele I. L si* a Canadian official photo.-
(A.P. photo).


Government

Eye On Vacant

U.S. Buildings
Assurance that Government 1, q
keeping in close touch with the
United States authorities regard-
ing the disposal of some of the
empty buildings here formerly oc-
cupied by U.S. personnel was given
in a reply to a question recently
tabled in the Legislative Council
by Captain the Hon'ble A. A. Ci-
priani.
Captain Cipriani had asked; "Has
the attention of Government been
called to an advertisement in the
local Press in which a very fair
number of .;ood buidl.:gs. hitherto
owned and occupied by the United
States Authorities In and around
the city and elsewhere, is being
offered for sale to the general pub-
lie through private channels? If
the reply be n the affirmative,
would it not be in the interest of
the public that the Planning and
Housing Commission acquire such
buildings as are within easy reach
of the City with a view to easing
the ever increasing shortage of
housing accommodation among the
poorer classes.
Government's reply was: a
answer to the first part of the
question is In the affirmative. The
type of buildings available is. how-
ever, such that it is doubtful whe-
ther they would be of any use for
housing accommodation. Govern.
ment is In close touch with the
United States Authorities regarding
the dispoil ol certain of these
buildings and negotiations are in
hand for the acquisition where
practicable of such buildings as
will be of use to the Colony."

Stevedores Boost
War Welfare Fund
Contributions of $34 coming in
during the past week carried the
"Guardian" War Welfare Fund up
to $18,796.42.
Latest statement reads:
Already acknowledged: $18,762.42
Dr. Patrick .......... 2.00
Stevedoring Dept of Al-
coa Steamship Oo .. .. 32.00
$18.796.42


City Magistrate
For Tobago Duty
Temporary arrangement for
magisterial duty in Tqbago as
from August 31, In addition to
their present assignments of St.
George West Port-of-Spaiei,
have been given Mr, W. J. An-
dre. Mr. A. Ii. L. Masson, Mr.
A. J. Hrmilton and Mr. W. H.
Harris, it was officially notified
yesterday.
The "Sunda' Guardian" utn-
derstands that the magistrates
will go over to Tobago in turn
for occasional duty.
Meanwhile duties of manip-
trate at Tobago are being per-
formed by Mr. T. C. Cambridge,
who ls Warden there.

De Gaulle Back
In Algiers
ALGIERS, Jrne 17 (AP)- Gen-
eral de Gaulle returned to Algiers
from London this afternoon and
will address a session of the Con-
sultative Assembly tomorrow on
the fourth anniversary of his ap-
peal to the French people from
London to keep alive the "flames
o. French resistance."
Special tribute will be paid
Jacquese Mederlo one of France"
"s..adow men" representing the re-
sistance movement who took poison
when cr.ptured inside France rather
than risk disclosures under tor-
ture.
Leuter stated that Radio France
b-oadcast last night a motion
adopted by thlie 'ayeux Committee
of Liberation asking General de
Gaulle's Provisional Government to
"associate with its work the district
of Bayeux as the first district of
I'etropolltan France to be liber-
ated. Liberated France is anxious
to pursue within the ranks of the
army the struggle which so many
of us have waged without unl-
fi. *mn." The committee greets the
soldiers of the United Nations and
pays homage to the British and
American dead.
GRINDING CLOSED BY RAIN
Continuing heavy rains through-
out the island were reported yes-
terday to have caused Esperansa
Factory to close their 1944 grinding
season ahead of schedule. Most of
the farmers' canes have been
reaped, it is stated, but estate canes
in fairly large quantity have been
left standing.


A.A. Gunners

Kept Busy

By New'Planes


ICONTONUWO MUOI PASS 1]
field with a great blast. Thet game
went on.
Mr. F. 0. Miles, British air-
wraft designer, said as early as
140 the British Government re-
JeCted the design 'for a pilotless
pln eon the ground that it was
an "indiscriminate weapon" and
would mean waging warfare upon
civ ianr
Pilotless 'lane
Come In Low


LONDON, June 17 (Reuter)-
Soon after the blackout tonight a
number of Germnau pilotless air-
craft were reported over southern
M 8lan1d. Same of them came In
very low at intervals and met in-
tens anti-aircraft barrages.
There was asome enemy air acti-
vity over southern England this
afternoon and early evening. lit-
cidenta causing casualties and
damage have been reported from
a few pieces.
General'Sir Frederick Pyle, Chlef
of Britain's Anti-Atrc:-ft com-
mand, is spending this week-end
at a cosatal area in the south of
England watching the latest me-
thods of defence against these ro-
bot 'planes. He is accompanied by
high officers and scientists.
Britain's anti-aircraft defences
swiftly reorganized to meet the
threat of the pilotless aircraft
are at action stations day and night
and an official statement irsued
tonight shows what part the gun-
ners and searchlight troops of
anti-aircraft command are play-
ing In the interception of Ger-
many's new weapon. Britain's
defences were not, taken bl' sur-
prise for as far back as last Octo-
ber gun crews were put through
new trials designed to meet this
special threat. It was not such a
difference from the standard me-
thod because the nilotlesa aircraft
are not any faster than normal
'planes so that they cannot get to
London any earlier and so detec-
tion apparatus can follow them.
The plan of campaign as worked
put in the Channel area is to
throw into action all the de-
fences: machine-guns Bofors
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iit for 6 runs respectively. In a l dramatic finish, a rank out-
S w T o side, Ocean Swell, won the Derby,
parima wa only able to mus- at odds of 28-1 here today, defeat-
.3 a d 41 rua against Toll tr t J lyn 2 if TT.hran by a ileck.
Q4 J uT Happy Landing was. third.
The winner Is owned by Lord
w al0 tp-cored for ToU T d u tall AS-Roseery. and was ridden by Will
a Amateur Football As- Nevett.
144 with 1 ivnle. seotaton 1944 I"se n will ge tan Ocean Swell took the lead less
ifWle Orecot of Poce, knocked derway on Saturday July 22 than half mill from the end of the
a match in aid of tUh St. Joseph's race, and stood off a furious finish
it an rowi century as Police nent Relieft Fund, It was de- by Tehran. Time for the mile and
eafd rins analnst pomenade. cided at a Council meeting held a half was 2.31 seconds.
T Un it his most outstanding on Friday night. Last year's Derby was taken by
gib errmance Learie Greene, The opener will be played be- Dorothy Paget's Straight Deal.
Sa w i'ks'w 106 runs. His tween the team that made a vic- Lord Derby's Garden Path, was
int Included nine sixes, and torious tour of Barbados a month th3 only filly in the starting field
afet foa, but was muarred by ago and a star-tudded side called of 20 horses and Preace the fav-
o chances one at 30, and the "The Rest." ourite, weakened in a rorsing
thr at 100. Two teams that played first dl- sretch run and finally landed In
DIaVd Alleyne contributed 31 vision soccer last year were rile- tenth place.
Wn nd N. Arthur 28. gated in the Second League. They Mustang and Growing Confid-
poy aeon who did some good are Constabulary and Preston. aence, two other well regarded start-
ork with the ball for Sporting The T.A..A. do'citwd that with ers, could do no better than take
ub in tnb goagna games this their plans for holding a triangu- seventh and eleventh positions.
eaonant d w Promenade's most lar intercolonial series here, it Tehran and Happy Landing were
a laf bowler. He claimed 4 would be impossible to have a fifth and sixth, when Ansell took
r, Is, af Will Payne bowled 3 league programmnt with as many the lead, but they whirled past
far Mi clubs as last season. Ramses Orestes, and Oaiden Path
w -- They have definitely mide ar- with a spWed that roused a crowd
rangements with Barbados to play of more than 10,000,
T it outh here this year. while B.G. proposal For the fifth straight year the
Isfh-So h still under consideration. Derby was run at Newmarket, In-
rt -ou The league will be played In the stead of on the home course Epsom
sameJne 4 "fir fi" symwith a Downs.
prel minary round. Today's crowd was considered to
he s J e Applications -ere made by five ba one of thlargest sincehotl-
l- cubs, to play first class but none ties oned despite the fact that
The annual North-South chess was admitted. invasion of Europ e bGermansonly
11 days ago, and the Germans
motoh for the Hon'le Dr. A. H., robot-controlled 'planes ar- hardly
eghie trophy, willt take place at LT mere than a day old mystery.
SFernando, on Saturday, June 'M ite lHat' At Ocean Swell is by Blue Peter,
M, at 7 p.m. Lord Roseberv'" Derby winner of
North players will make the jour- ri c B 1i939, out of Jiffy.
wy with A3 players from whom the Ilnce'si B Uildllg Thil rac, was worth approx-
liven will finally be selected imatelv $28,800 to the winner. Lc'd
Th captain of the side will be A "White Hat, under the auspi- Rosebery.
ppolnted by the Chess Association ces of the Owners and Trainers'
m i mte immediately before play Association will be held mn the _
t the Royal Victoria Institute on rnce's Building at 9 o'clock this -
Wednesday evening, morning. QePeH Xl B
Sout wllbe strongly represented The White Hat was originally Q .P.H. XI B ateil
y their present champion Dr fixed fur the Grand Stand, bul late
ftk MtortorAnt .J.cYoung, H.M yesterday was fixed for the Prince's In arenage Game
hine. .C. R. James, A. Beddoe, Building.
rooks, Mokund and the Rev. Walls. Sunday Guardian Correspondent
Both Dr. Morton and Young Invincible Seek CARENAGE, June 17-A Queen'd
ateimpressive records In local
mes, nL d in the last North- Ping Pong Affiliation Park Hotel Eleven came here last
^ ..1 ."n^^ L f^ "'**ll~t~o" week-end to receive a severe maul.
kkth games, gained the points for Invincible Club of San Fernando, m rulingg at the hands of Nelson
nuth on the first two board
X McShine Is now stationed in former table tennis champions of Cricket Club of the district.
1th and will strength ',he side the Colony, has made application Taking the first turn at the wick-
ontderably. Hes too has always to become affiliated to the Trinidad ets the visitors were all skittled out
se a strong contender 'n all club and Tobago Amateur Table Tennis for a 'tal of 54 run. of which
tenament in which he nas com. Association. total Skipper A. Fernandes was res-
name ntd. in which he na corn All clubs seeking affllaiton with possible for 26.
C. A. James has come t3 the this Association are reminded to Successful trundlers for the home
Wtfront by rapid strides, aid 1lad send in their application before team were Hackett Byer. who bag-
'eral brilliant wins in the south- June 30 to Capt. Leslie C. Hughes ged three wickets for four runs;
M championship chen catches at 1B O'Connor Street. Wood- Kelvin Assing five for 18 runs: Hugh
Brooks, Mokund and Rev. Ws;s brook. Paul one for four runs: and Syl-
e a trio who can gie a gooS Police Sports Club is also sub- vestre Sinnette one for 15 runs.
t to any opMpnent, luch ha rwtting a teamn. Replying Nelson knocked up 62
0own ontstanding performance runs for the loss of seven wickets.
Sthe southern tournamentsT t LOU NOVA WINS H. Cesalr topscored with 35 runs,
MS that North with all their a- JACKSONVILLE. Florida, June and Roland Bereau hit up 22.
i of cheasistts willhave t go anl 17 (AP).-Lou Nova of California., Bowling for the visitors. A Fe!-
Sto brcingt wle Dr mcahanet Cu outpointed Bill Peterson at Chl- nandes captured three wickets for
it t brin the Dr. Mcahine Cup cago In a ten-round bout. 22 runs and N. John three for 25.
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Ras Taffare, Governors Cup winner at the lat T.T.. Chrlst-
mua races, ad Oleneagle, two of the greatest creole of recent tUme f04
are reputed to be going great guns in preparation for the tour-'
day summer races, opening on June 29, on the Queen's park Savan-
nah, according to news I have received from Boutl..
T am greatly Indebted to a young4--
Southern trainer for scme news of W
the form of some of their horses.
which are due to arrive in the city ai der ers A
around June 20.
He says that despite the hey Beat Venture
rainfall, they have been getting In
some real useful work down at
Union Park.
Both Ran Taffare and Oleneagle 4 A AJ.U
are said to be in top form, nd t
the many admir" of the ever I 0 A t Hc e
popular colt. are of the opinion ----
that Zollas or no Zollas, Ras will nok
win the first start. This week's Ladles' Knock ,
Forerunner and Kingaway have Hockey fixtures, ended with Wan-
been enjoying the soft going while derers "A."' 1944 champions, scoring
Happy Days has been giving every a narrow margin 1-0 victoria over 0ll0n0n11
satisfaction In his work. Venture "B" Ht St. Jan eMs Barracks
There is also good news of Men- yesterday afternoon.
nen, 3-year-old sister of the famous Despite th. at that the ground I
Ras. who, with Edwards up, ha ws soakedfrom the heavy show- IO I
been dolng all that has been asked was Soaed from the heavy show
of her. H' will be her race day e o in, the game was very
pilot, High Hat, somewhat st.-lpped fast and the only player to score
in condition is much the the same was Ida Daunt, left winger for
old High Hat. Wanderer-.
With the race track again closed. It was a ding-dong tussle from
yesterday's workouts in the city the start both defences splendidly
were once more confined to short keeping the ball from the circle.
uphill sprints by a handful of Ventu .. defence had to give way
horses on the exercises courses, to the frequent attacks of the op-
Heavy overnight rains seemed to posing forwards, and from a scrm-
hliave washed away a good deal of mage centre forward Anne Spence
slush, giving the surface a bulfetted towards goal but M. de
much cleaner and ls slippery Verteuil saved' brilliantly. Before
appearanc-. she could clear the bell from the
Other big stables however, put In goal, however. fast moving Ida
their full quota of prescribed goal however, fast moving Ida
ii^^^ -SS01.^ % ^ Daun tX" pushed It In the nets
liminary breederss" in preparation TWe'pushedoinuednets
for open gallops today, and it is dueltgame t continued an even
expected that some indication of ndteltthe bully off and there was
form may be gathered from these no further scoring at "he interval.
workouts over extended distanc-s, In the second session Venture's
ranging between five and six fur- forwards got ::ithLn shooting range
longs, more often, but they were too slow
ThumtLs Up and Hibiscus were In following up the passes; wasting
selected as partnArs in a three fur- many a sco-ih s chance to equalise.
long affair, which they strongly The umpires were Mr. Lusted and
stepped in 44 sees. flat. Mr. Arthur.
Heard Luck was next seen over The tearmis 'are: !
the same run, for which he was iVanderers "A"-T. De Freltas; M. GI
clocked In 442-5 seas. Cambridge, E. Schuler; M Skinner,
Dusty, looking rather on the big Iris Dalnt, E De Labastide; R Mce
side, got the trio in 45 1-5 sees.: Lean M. Hart, A. Spence, H. De
Allegro joined In over the last Verteuil and Ida Daunt.
quarter, but was too late at the Venture "B"-M. De Verteuil: S. Ins
join in" to be really useful. Mine- Hutchinson, 0. Oalti; B Wells, L .
sweeper was only sent two furlongs Hamel Smith, M Pitts: Humphreys, !
which she ran in 28 sees. Y. Tr'strail, Keith, D'Abadie, and Sp
Speed Track stretched his long A. De Verteuil P
legs effectively by sprinting three
furlongs in 43 sees. It gives me
pleasur'- to report that the big colt
is now on the best terms with him-
self as far as behaviour goes. New W oodford
Having arrived the day before.
Stewart Massiah was evidently M h o
keen on seeing his string in action. atc h T a
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Lord (Harris un) were companions Woodford C.C. in a return match
Sam Lord (James up) and Waron their ground at 1 p.m. today
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Sfatches Decided

Wrst Round Fixtures

,. 1"a. t 1i. 1B8 Colony chess champion, made a rlUMiat
pan's n camisnalllp series. when on WednesWnay (rgt
y1i6 T lat* ntutt, be defeated veteran top-.M -
'mptol Williamlis. u the flrst round gama in the
K~k~to of the land Chen championship bean 'with U
hbohours.
of w h nine gameu4
..deilded an Wednesday,
Tertau AMFelu
tsheothe Siazenger Cup
Stanford =mteh was
Cricket Final
gg5iStafor holding a n K t1Ua
of the Southern i m
e4 San Fernando on Starts Today
the fourth series T of
.*r the title, and tWo pFinal in the Slazengeri Cup Onm-
vUBe-holders are In Lhe petition to be olaved on O.R.C.
g. ground, will hcld the highlight* in
winners are: 1937-- today's Sunday games In the citv.
ford: 1233-DDr. A. 0. Savannah have qualified as final-
i lgl2-Ralph Barsodi Jr ist bh claiming top berth in the
perfortrnince i the re- *"B" section of this tourney, giving
Salptib Barsodi,Vho though Siwell. their co-sinl-flnalixt, a seven
t' t drawn games, played wl-ket drubbing.
throughout. I Belmont Brcv. are "A'" division
_niarnient In the city haF champions, and defeated, St Cl1ns'
teIen interest, and the last year's cup holders early I'slls
py found ,th players re- season.
Sa slow average for their Savannah skIppered by George
ply. Only three games re- Penton. have scored s-me ,ntendio
Ilear decisions, the othcre vi-tri's t his, vear, and will pin their
a adjourned. hopes on George Fung. Leibh.
Tiomansos. of Sangre Mooae and Allan Joseph to cerm-
h. a former champion of the Pile their score* and K-lvin Aleon%
lctoria Institute club 193.16 and Mikey Phillips. their stock
good opening start to de- bowier-s
SJ Bedell. But It wes only Beltriont Bo s have also turned
,stlt came his way for in 'ome hbrilliani wins, ind with
rj ompletely botten' him Ivan Ashtine. E Robertson. Harold
changes to a clear posi- Mcl?)t"VI. and Roy Soon on the
bIad eleven. Savannah bowlers and bats-
0$iw. however, wilh' aS ever j lwn will har' t. be at. t(etr vyen
;' lng Bedell left a vital best to register their first lien on
eg uncdlfended, and Thoma- li- t iroph
*i undeno e, m &tketlidnch the Belmont Boys aill play.-
no mistake to clinch the C Dore cat, H. McIntyre, A
kn a well- qHolder I Rochard. MJonesR
de Verteull gotInawe-Seo. S Guien, F. Rcbertson, H.
*.win over R. RloR ini Thie ,ii'k"'on, Ashtiine, Garcial and
Spsitional tussle in which Shuliet. 412th mali
*lyers performed well Bult ________
teull was more prPrl'se inel!
i, and the end gairf o'-m: Y 1% T__
jlerlv superior in his pla-i 7 New Plavyers On
.he final staee was a con -, .
d attack by de Vtruui!i TePlm FOr Grenad
UKte through all his oppo-J a v For G ,e Ia a
ain lines aof pladefenceoe f Seven new pl.viyers hav been
I*. G. Francis pla: on selected by the committee of the
0bracterlttic good ePhibliions Pembirton Sports League for th,
IM from D D. Canipbll-. forhticoming tou i of Grenada.
es. for the latter also was at Ihe teani whict %ill visit Gren-
Bf strong In his replies Vp ada for a two-week tour, during
'Je stage the position was sou hich t.hv will play a aeties of re-
Ugt each Dlayer 'ad to ex- prcsentative criokit and Soccer
I reat caution in the rnoirP ceni,tches 'atinM the Grenadians
m, Dr. Francirls weathered .ill leave rnmicad on July 25.
t on to gradually emerged 'lhe s,,ven new players are: F.
We stronger force. Blake i(well'; F. Gomiea tM.P.
Second round of fixturer S.A.,, R. Hislop 'Essex), R. Hack-
We on Wednesday evening ett Fordhamr, R Asgarali eGuar-
esent. tourney i.s ivieded In-i diani. W M 'Kend tEssex) and
* heats, from which the tlrst N. Mtuadeo (I.R.C.
players in each will aglin Thrse players are asked to com-
a final tournament to de- municate v.with Mr I Paul cap-
Sthe winner of the North Lain of the cricket team, or Mr.
0, Forde who will IcuJ the football
FnIXTURESt eleven.
It No. I:--I. Kernkraut plays K.O. MAT,'H FRIDAY
). martin: A. Lyons plays D. Hutchlnson's XI. apd Essuex will
Mpbell-Williams; Dr. A 0 mert, in the only scheduled match
k plays B. J. Bedell; F in the Pemnerlon League K.O.
= .t plays Ayoub Sabga; C. CUp competition today.
aut has! a free night. Umpires for this game will be
4 No. N -. Dr. I, G. Sturml Mr. Albirt Trimmnlgham and Mr
0. Cobham: G. R Martiin Lovey Johz.ioi.
I N8. Quashie; G, Stanford Tnmp lns'ch wil' begin at 9 am.
IF. W. de Verteull: R Rnmin and the team failing to lturn up
SN. Ctirlsbad: N. CaUllnde'r at that tim, rill lose by default.
i Ab u Sib Ia. Secretaries of clubs in this league
______ are a.k(d to send in their score-
SLECTURE TUESDAY books to Mr Carl Mills.
.D. Edwards, one of the lead- COLTS MEET TOMORROW
liters in the Loco chess rlub Colts F.C. will hold a meeting
=tihIp, will lecture to theI at ;6 Sandhurat Street, at 7.30
np of afore-mentioned club p m. tomorrow.
itiday. June 27 at the St All member are Mked to be
Saill, Pembroke Street, at present.


BUa and well-wishers are

-R BACK ACHED
ALL THE TIME
C O WEIGHT T.'IBO!GH
'1ACK OF EXERCISr
tism left this married
PS|.ith a back tiat ached all
13 She 'id so much In
itM exercise. Consequent-
ta"ut iB weight, which only
W eSles She tells in
al -9h=i how Kruschen
Al la h'rtmiseries'--
I, writing to tell you qf the
benefit I have received from
8i Salts. I started taking
*W'et ,umsathtm about1 four
I could not use my
k'Metond my back ached all
te. Also. from lack of exer-
Itogh the pain, I was putting
MioUmch weight. I saw Krus-
iVeltised, and decided to try
I"--to my surprise and plea-
Pin t do I feel better, but
"' l" itl fat ind look years
M.i- Ii.) NN.
An.id th- pain-causing crys-
L* Uric acid, are deposits re-I
from poisons wiich have
Sthe blood-atr-Am. Gently,
uYel., Kruschen Salts rids the
= Of all fat-forming food re-
'id pf all poisons an-' harm-
e which give rise to rh'eu-
ihea('.iches, and many other
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AmateurCard Keith Cousins To Ride At
Orln i 3r 0 Couva Sports Meet Today

O nll June' 30V Keith Cousina. Janmaliais ew cyollef. who rode at the T.A.AC.
-._ sports without much ucen will mote an attempt to egala loot
prstige when tix afternoon he w i ride t the cycle aad athletic
L. Srrctte To Fight sport to be eld at Ue Couva recu btion frouni In id a t eChild
J T wet LeWit lu,
J. Ramoa In Return Mikey odPermndes who erowned...---.--.--
himself champion of the TA.A.C.
BOUt In City Intc-colonial sporta at the Oval in
May, arringtntm Bariowe, ,-;mr City Council
Len Serrette the whirlwind rbadox chmnpton, Thom 'as o- O o-
lest.0er-weight amateur will again or. James Mulrain. E. Bbefm t ___
o IP.Poseph .a, K h. Harold Williama. Bric Alexander l| t o tor Tr
oPpot Jaupn nimoa, tne iumhern ^and a string cf top-notchers will A 1 A ll
fighting ace on an amateur card also be conts lting honours today.
Preentedby Hi ll Yates, Inaid blcclie prize has been offered
t by mby Harr. Walker for the 5-mile, R ec. lub
of the Contingent Welfare Fund uand this is expected t. be the "blue -
at the Prince's Building on friday, riband" among the c.lhng events ..
Star track events are the le0_yarda
June 30. and 220-yard flat rces whlchy Xi un ardian, Joseph Rimoa recently scored expected to -"gohe itself tnt" City Council employees n ill hol<
an impressive points win over Len Georrie BakT'r-George Lewis duels tling omotrow night at t
Serrette, bringing this weather- l.aker. romped horn winner in Prince's Building with the view o
weight ace string o{ victories to a both these events at Baratarta Oval, forming a recreation and soci
Landstill. June 1. wI lie Lewis w.s the win- clb. ,
This boiut will flame with thrills, net of both 100 yard races at 1he Mr. H 0. 1 Wooding thl
as Joseph Ramoa seem to be in his, T.A A C. spci'ts me.t In Mav from Mayor of Port-of-Spam, will proe
best fighting settle, and Intends to a West Indian top-notch fl.ld side over the meeting, while thi
CIuplcakLe this ftat.. .hlle Serrettel is Barker took both 22. yarao races h-ads of deririmnts and otheu
out to regain his lost laurels, held :it t.ie T. .A C suorits. ano the en'loyees will .Ittend.
Lawrmnce Assamin, the lightweight battle between himseIf and r.ewis
champion, who hss had a la,-of will be wa 'ed again today. The meeing will art at
from the ring will have siothrr Bernard Warnei, niw stai among _o'clo_ _
crack at Georgie Pilgrilm. also a iniddle dls i.nce runners, who tri- ___________
southpaw hard hitter. 'mphed In both 440 and 80o-yards p
Hammy Unton. who last night races at Parbad.s. will mitch
had suffered his second shellacking sri'des wit.) champion 1 G Wilson'.
from the South .aio sprclallst. who last May at the Oval smashed
Ansell ,Babai Adams. who Intiend Vie 440-yards record to bits
to become professional shortly, will There will he four "A" cl." cycle
clash with iBig Cooni) Dixton rces, half, one, three and five,
Rupfrt Lee 'ung. one of thewhile there ill be fiat races from
mosw, colourful flyweight fighters in t0-y'ards to oe mile,. "
the amateur 'anks will step out of AERIMA TRACK PRAISED \
his class and match gloves with 4 di To'tK RA4
"Coco Kid" Gilkes. Keith Cousins visited the Arima ,
The oI'rd Is as follows.- Oval vestterdax morning in company \
Swibh Mr. A, N Alexander. manager \.<0
SIX ROUNDERS ol that gr.und. and Was high In %0
P 'lgrim v L Ass praisee for the' track I P1
S Pilgrim srrTe vL Assama Cousins said it was the nearest
Ln Serrette v J .Ram he has seen o Jamaica cycle
Mi. Hernande'z v C. Brptisto course,
iBig Coom, Divon v Hammvy stated that although the
'n: on Arinma track was not prepared when
FOIR ROU RS ie saw it vrs, ray, lie rea Ulsed that FROM
O 1A 4it was banked, graled and ver.y
R Lee Fiing v Coco Kid Gilkes firm, and built for speed, which A T
Tom ,loHquirm v J. de Souza would have been more siltied 1: a
E. Serretle v R. Legal Janialcai cyclistis type of riding.
C. Serrette v R. Cato ASTHM A
J. Romn v i J.. Seebai.irk .....
W. Bernier One Punci" Hiolde'r *Don't suffer al.eplea nights with
R de Souza To Play asthmal Here i sure relief. .
de Souza T o ay simply inhale the fums ofKrlloga'
lFor em1 ednesd y Aihm. Remedy... he-,thin, im-
Eastern Chess Club ForGemWednesday Wmesmran
natural ... sleep in possible once more.
6th Rou d R t d, Sou, one of Trinidaod's Though you are a chronic hma
th Ro.nd sults .o ranking Piig Poing pla'ytri lll sufferer, this wcmderful remedy
play lotr Woocbiotik'. .m in a,...ins brings effective relief ever time
'The rnsulLs In the sixth round Indian R(creatlIon Club at 76 erum- it is used. Get Kellot's Asthma
play in the Eastern chtss chain- broke Street on Wedniesds3 at 8 Remedy friomn your dealer today
pionship are : o'clock. (,,y George S inford defeated R. Ro- To.e following wil! rrppresenti better health anid comfort.
'main Gem. -L,. Piud(nt 'capt i. F.
George Stanford defeated M. Mn. Jackman R. de Souza, H. Thorne, NOMTHROP LYMAN CO. LIMITl
Garnon N. W.dltt. TO5BNTO CANADA
N. Carlsbad defeated J. S MAW*$(Piw l D fr*"ddI s74
Quashle = ...... .
E. 0. Martin won by default WINDSOR MEET T.ODAV
from E. Boxill. Officers wind meml ia sof I he
P. W, De Verteull defeated C Windsor P.C., are asked to atlmnd
Kernki.'ut. s general meeting at i, 3 am. J
De Verteull gave a wonderful today, at the secretary'*a home, No
performance to defeat C. Kern- t Pembroke Street. A T
kraut in about 10 moves while N. Import,.int matter will be dis-
Carlsbad showed good form in de- cussed at, this convening.
eating the titleholder, J. S J. 8 R EM E
Quashie.
Play continues tomorrow i .,t PA RSON'S GREY
p.m, in both the championship
and junior tournament, .
Worsted Suiting: All-Wool Tndleo
=- --Botany SerRes:; Bath Towels:
PRIZE DONORS THANKS Pyiamas: Gent's Leather Walleis I O
And S lirnrirs are among items L M 1
The San Juan Athletic Club ex- just oofned uo st -
tend their thanks to all prize don- H P S LNGui
ors, official& cyclists and athletes. H 1 N
Sfor giving their kind support at H SI GH Highest
their recently held three-day sports T'ad'. premier Tailors
Meeting, held at the Baratar..' and Outflttier I
Oval.
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FEMALE WEAKNESS

""a FmI=-
Takehed if pot, like so many
women and girl on' uch daya u"fe
from cramps. headaches backaclhe41X
weak, nervous feeling. dtren or F
"irregularltie". period of the blues L- r
-due to functional monthly dils-
turbatncn.
Start at nVo -- try Lydia I.
Plnkbatm's Vegetabl Compound to
relieve such symptom., It'S 1sw555
not only to help rllieve monthly Compound help build up reatacs
pain but also accompanyilga weak. against such symptonm rt HeU,
nervous feeling of thi Bature. Thils TuIA, Thousands of women rpt
i. because oTf is aothitng effect on benefits.
oSl o r VoiMAN's On IORT As a lso a flne stonmschle tonic! Pol-
oi)ROaS Taken regularly-PUlnkli'a ow label directions.
Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND
l, mpVertut! Dent a" h ht "atiate for Lydia L Pn akhm '
L Vegeanl C aon hist the Original and gemnine.


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For Sale
at a \'f: reasonable price
Modern

Bungalow
at
7 yointgr Pow Ave., lna Sliva,
Macraval.
'wly Ruilt hiingal.)w. cnn-
taning 4 Bediooms 2 Bath-
rooms & IL.vatorte attRchMd.
Front Porc h, Klitchen.
Quatters. Electric Lights
Pantry, Garage & Servants'
installed. Standing approx.
on 9,W00 eq. ft.; within five
minutes' walk of Golf Couse.
Assessed at $65.00 per month.
Immediate Posseasion,
Apply:
W. F, STODART,
Manager Hotel d. Parls.
'PhoAne 493.


On instructions from
SENIOR RmTISH NAVAL
OFICER. Trinidad
WE OFr Rl FOR SALE
I.lLS. REDCAPP"
1isA.t. ibeg a u.4ft. bem x
14.7M. deith.
(Formerly deep sea team
ITrawler)
Oroet tonna about I1 tons.
Net tonnae in Btows.
Steel hull.
Scotch ty p Boiler. l ils.
W.P.
Main Enxine triple paniMlMs
a N.H.P.
Holds, at mre emt divided up
for carryintr A ht. e aC ct
about I10 tons
Bunkers. CaO citv about 1i
tons col.
This vemel was built and
rmlgitd in the US.A. in o116
SAW Wa s coMdltioed hi li38
IAtM has Jnee been us d In the
Gulf of Patia s a mine-
sweeper.
Permtission to irepct same
Mna be obtained flue 0). .
Hugtl O & 0o.. Uld4.. to l
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GENERAL TR

Lighteroae and T


FOR SALE
VaMtB aut ft It"x. 1*6 aM
oa Savta Cram Roe vah comnvftr-
Wble it ot o i ha lsItver Was-
"g pr',ipet 4.0M0 full gratpefuit
ti-PeP, UN1 TsOaM -sR M pKs oms ages; ?,0M LtMe Tmees, Ofnt
Trem; very valuable Tmb Gra. Oavel.
Prprtv offe matot attl'etive
building area pclioRlttes lMu
city with 41grand ite and spte.-
did river bathing. Facet eam
with flat and sloping grouind..
cool, with good views.
Property is served by branch road]
PRlt. a 6w.wa
"MAIAARR lOfSE." eSaumonti
Avenue. Maraval. Mtt elqganit re-
inforced concrete i throughout )i'ei-
(lence: s bedrooms, large living and
dining rooms, Jude green bathroom
suiite, other bathroom parquet floor.
All fittings specially imported.
Ov-er .M 000 .s Freehold IAnd
Valued by leading building contract
tor in 1042 at 42,000000
OFFERS INVITED
BRAR(GAIN. rRK- .01." 4-Apart.
m'-nt Concretre udhit g, No. 42,
Dtlke Srel. Price l4,.,W00.
FRANK V. E('KEI,
Real EsMte Broker.
'PhoRie 123.

FOR SALE


That deshrhble and wellbbulilt
tinrwall lungato%, "-VANVAR"
Standing io n S,.4'l sw ft of lhnd.
.t, M swells Coast, ('l)llst Chtre.
Barbados.
The h ouse I; in s 'Sil il it nI Ipailr
and cni lal:i, la'Rg n aClid, 01olal i`
l hrelr sides, d'rav ing i id ,Iiliig l
rtom -. rat roi nl. U 'iref hi 'rlo ( i .'4
ti the isl, on. wit I rl iin ing wai ',
kil:hen hi ietyv and ,llair. Waitr (
anid eerlil['v throuiglhoul 'Iwo
serv'ants.' room s and garasg' it ) i'd! t
|' r is a li'''Re (linti d 1 i'ltrd
of ov(r 40 1'ees. j
For fitlheu art licul r t ',ilr
H W Wehst:l BR.M I, A So, l(it
BiF1 1\ 4 3' iri0 "0 n. M lIhAdl.. |l

l iiAn~CLOUDS
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T'hli BProlii' it ie f c 'the c C ,
Gr,t linrt alds the dall l o a ,
New' World : I I i lhelpifotlf e
eliri our loin, ai hb eT "-f- ,i
risI'ed 1 in rr' wr !0irtlher
over n toiV i m ull th' ttrd ,"
j N a tio ni.' '
WHITF I NN lNORII. ,
'e \ ri' liI e and 1 r'i' I\ f'r ii'
Fvrnin! Wpe r an, t iil her,'
nrcs- ocra.Ctir q at $IS 00l iie'r
2-mfe' ,int, ort lIT's Coatj'i
only 120. ,
i'
Fitz-Clarence Spencer;,.
"Tailor Major"
"The Ron Maroh Htllmue"
Near RC. Cathedral
Tclephoire 4670 14 Marine
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.. ................... from 60c. to $1.20
Ladies' Panties ............................ from 62c. up
Ladies' Dress Prints -.................... from 31c. up
Ladies' Anklets ..... ..... ....... ..... from 44c. up
Mosquito Net-90ins. wide .......... at 70c. per yd.
Ladies' Brassieres ......... ........ ............ 40c. each
Men's Striped Shirts-Cheap.
Men's White Poplin Shirts
Men's Socks ........... 59c. each
Men's Merinoes ....... 51c. each
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to ~ r. rs J k ak r .oy i oad j F(HD IRL K 94 M de Pe fs t J..... ...o.IS NE W ... enc 1Xo. a eUn i GrAy n .the e m i m O SETTA. .CH AR...L....... E... N T eresan's C hurch. Th ur s l v :Tsda 22 a n de th edoy td ih t sam u oe.;*

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of d oe afta Ary $plype rto(nHh rn f ,,r ... ..i . I J u omn. 2 0 1hn ge ts Xht re co Sr ee t 1 t B 1 I m ,t'I Os SS, B0 r tr;, No n w N a) In I brk thro ughrthi sy ond Juonn to th. all, l oveo M O S T R I al
it ht rph hudh n i to P. O. N TM tI, V. ud litia teai 1 8)m ER Tr. 'P one 4202u 81r u nty le >mmlerdlr@4 $4.800.00 SDia 41.----- ig-------qp -Jn I- her frien ds and clientele( 3 for tholle l ve ry M NArr .tuler 8nil r18x'Mt helhtailery'dt l iay I V1 I a - tw W




Brn Gordon len r'orl eOn.- Ju* d M arl. tr s e- IJune27 Gatrlva.tone, Speciti t (ormerldyat Prhn Juor M. 58 COBALI nai lovTingho 3* Ic ildren. / I
-1 l. ATJ n 20 I. ll0 MADE on 4.-Jun E 2 13. C .ll ottt.uOiVA.UABe asantRTn dltt g1 e erous threat ent, U-- .. do rR wife, W in|fredl n ab trmrYw well de-m
WTo .r sonT Ltd.,. We "nac o | *D 20 o n Kckthers forw re n, ,r clas e ennnwit A e t rr of 9UBU. H rJune 18 Belmont. N0 A OU S E th .l been res o n parted this etis n June 17. 1943. l -r- ''I'S
MANDry Gren era n l Servan.MOT RS FOR iA E tpoiiWA NAND Tf O S n rt square.ordnthouse. Tnphon- IoTf.tJhe w 2teksI. reini, o. ottbet eI sre t.un 20 owal PtBty r hedbxr In otided thtIs n11e1 1and n l Be i111n Vulley 11or ht1yon from how werev nlied youy d
35 io nth pairs I.,wn re Bo x R . ... r p rt
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G OO. p AoNt IZr p E X IS To a t P ie re fo r t i nt o P .O i n e i I ta. ly:t i. J u. anJu ld.2 0, 4 11. b e .IC Ju nE 3 AOy u F O n e MAL e d i puBn n lo w Im me dfat, Re hl. Ju '2 n obe a g e r r e s p o n si blCen y d e b t o r f a mi H* A ug sth r1o g ort a p p o imni to eth. oks herstll cro met h th f lml e d
tr in n me a iatonreO f uellnin g o een1; GA b s r eet M> "R IA',,- u .7 "Klvpy i net 111 or."-ofe-.S9p a rin. we n yours i hand N o I. J rCngons l ; m Aveu e. F r pa ],d Thl e i s el my c r odas ,,,, or Inunyeay sy pa hi ed w th Lo i g denam s layshker e pstounp earse.









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f WAs. Dwit htgaphR to Blltoo. R-0 1 ,U11- Soladi'n tUDSan fuly 11efrn ando coJn k 1 Burau r tl he will do yur wok Th ey uiu o f reOoln.-J un t lor23ro. _Juno in nn P o.52. J n i.-------------- r ~ *






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GOO AUTud o fol r slrll Apl ,ta 'e.t C.-Ju no 20 nig othOd S E Mr. ayo..-Juply:r 2, -bl.ow ash.eavyth.Bhok severel, ,MOOu 2E. Ie .? 1 e~lT, T tH R I D,

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NAU 1RdM AI TD rqie. Apply wage riilnd 21~ ilmnll ~n)fn o nct. ----- rpri nHny ar. debts oxS rhntn *ractetM afd byhi. fei n an y Southern wayn Romad. Cisep.l with them _______*''S
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-- Jun I22 FORT 8 III P.'SEDAN, tyro @practia lly "when I MA HA .. .th ..reentpbereave me n to-I of in i w faewll I
Biersd Alrned--oeo street., t Wkred, EPAIR FREE. R, e CoeIt runng wte(,X)d Hervo mc u ..vau t lark,.. )

troURSEMAID wanted- atTE TO Alexndr new. Apply;r at Stone't Velllca and r ed -Herdia lovingon husband (A.K Ill.O~TA CMithri-bAir)ol*Waci, ~ laBll od,
-------DA 4 oVr l inow b ttey Appy e u &' Co. v- A. LITRW -l odn s W urth n g. B cbaomo ,aing a-n. Ward o(. Maoin lllatt to nt JMrs. W iiam BatlOladn . A -Jun*t 22 m .11- oig meoy o oth ea nl ce, iT r MAHABOR.t I n oin meor of, ,, U our~lfl
OUL1VNE f At~ e) SP room and1 me sea Mechanical co ndiingo.T "" a nd. Ovallr ls BMake, ston8r~ t asian f- nt And t.Ae>a<~n. -,i 9* deal s c"'onltract by* my TwoA 0torAy May~c.' 26~r and.lP Junev~^ 16 131 7,193
godw iges. Aply D~r .Mesia h saddle lke new. i n b ti F. C Zi lymmer n.ndo, of III Cai ft103 TraarL =od uvAtio Ae .1jooa *nd wiatrul sola'o, a Ceet sh hvin g efm care N an dp roYou al letbeidth~r e bro keal n et a rVt obl T S lL V ~ l v .
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COOK s'hl'id ^ MAI). is obrtsStee ONE^ 19).J9 DTU CK:On Fedra KHAINK' GARAGE "SUM Piccdly eo~, c oun t mtl es irom i q.Ip a'44.114 1)? ^ ? CHARE S CLE ENT That~ neve did<1 or nevrillnnliow had loved trolu dearly. --- -'-'llllli"lllBtll



-aJturi oMs whb $5one Carl EAndU Truck for -bju or tubxrJu> n.. -Ju1e ? ... n 20 Claxto 6, ForAeLO yoen alor
Trcrel, on. tnlelestate, e 1 ,, m trMA ni r V T IHOUS E U WANT.D BAT1IC*. r SeTa2Mtt -nrava, m n g'm' Agenda..,1 R n.- ..... O FH o ......nv Snuneob Dt4,e
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towrA MrsJakW a kTeD r, R oya rd ,, $ n ,I ,Ne I iro ert es n I II) r ay StreetAply sOT .. ... . .a ..RO E T A LK.. .Rtestil n g I"uthern Ma in oad ur ep. del ,o-
............ .. ....vtred W,,. iWANTE lio DNvoTh tret S n d e omG..C $To ER A DIO; e fr'" iger altor s lng ednath~o an posscauslonur'o ed ,| ,r~w lrTHE P VB' tL ] R ed hatI Th'I G O en ado ringo a Th feot,.0 lt lel od
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Idi, bo th with references .L good wages",^";^^'" '1^' SU~iRMALLW T RCOL ER Phn 3274f wrim t e tnord Aiox tn R Itif ol "G uar dian. mI. .^.----June 2 am no loge repnil fo my wi e react I t s A0*, vello today <~ ---- sic that-... sa day, a
to the rightl li'r

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ofn id.y ot et an dsaa r.. .expct.d.nogourhe ea,-hahi ng, c ntrll: lJun.e 2ov-/ snk.m a *t or. trdot Old Stn u .w v -- lXl<1Ba**h -- iO]L B MO TO H IT tone Swb
wt C h ,h-bue _ould be sent tor *graouelt ,REFIGEd for Onebuediumtris, eBugu n alow immediate Jophren Begod tnd Fourth S -vntl -t V Rilh WnH .A ugusHtin e U TTO14 a oinmen. T oe r eenlr es bttcled: 132



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bo AME`iCA. lv *la ,.,.. >,,,, .- n, nu Chariots Street. ; Junt 27 0 n r.. Eckel. Marine. .. .r.. c. ... Consul ttreet, S.n F^onanddo.-w 21 MUIR. MA ALL.T 153my deretJosenh
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to M thre y u g c id e ; r o. 111`8, i oo its' it. "' II Frd rc street. *-iw 0 Ay er Wol aro- agrct cke 69 reet, s onf Fe n ndo p ly; t otS~ n- ; Containc 40r ALF FD HT ER...^&o d S r r Jus bee re-b er ^ t






te,Jl L, ... .. pp,>. ,ds ,or tugl, 3> 'prl,',- ab.eu dr*; .."-".,,5p ... .. }Appl Brnoz. Phn J ^ ^ ,,, --un $0` .a m lbs m"o orAn In" Potn.Sn ece; Y igidle Trvi l" r Trutk; I es l**I De r, o d o ~ e .
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laudr avi prolpeets of 2211v Salar IC THE PUBLI AND fO R "'**tl i erkb radt ifiedo ot hat 1 wr. tbll Arnld whot mdtiedhoin l Juno. O17. 1940e.1-^

1A HAND COCOA ...... .... 'rnd oNB squ a re. Telph onetlJns l. 1vCofestet -Jn 2Osal yra bxe n th rnia anw n 3 a.rgainDLo is/NOrone k ..... we 've m d you
S31 on h A p- i-- -- ig o o ;goodl collaOn Addressb pat .1.icu la n .rs to n n h p l; ~ ^ u B r l l n.L TH E S '"* OM *O "B 1, "I t r an otc onInc Gi/? .' lm an Ob v Tho m as 'Phon e 90. J une'1lU.l d Ot, 'l. .i O 1 > 9
R .Ion. C,0 GJ11rdiW n.---.June 19 IA Soio 2Dk sre. o P...--- %Lt NT^ a vy.. a o once wit" h, or r tated No on knwi th^ e bitte pains
WHitF., A*" [rAR, l"', H ,*MV --- h;< .... or and 'oar ........ !< ii!Roblnl nt ^ 1) uli d Pea- en Point, on 'suited ly 6; n iitrt, PndT-r P BLIC 23o hdvebs *oeet, bn Ferandd ; to theOstwaldByercorniorted of laLrcnu nBeH oLD L W C-D.RIC ET ** ]o en n Merriness
i. OO LAUN RES folr fail of" S' ^IX I Po. 11 Jun 20l> 14 BI~C YCL 4~iK~ FOR .a "..B tor'..t T.o' Bl In." '^ / N""1^ ^ n d
'mportedpossession.. Apply: iu 4 p Rai, "(just- as p"blishe'" t--thechEventng $Newsr df. Apply;HOUnElotlarge b--drooms, it.,. Ld.e hasariner beers,--, naoe.
Pu $ awekT p pl y; MAierr s hyGo r eeon Noon ,321 W rE IM DAT ELY.. AU )M 14ms RTI BAn T" ofic, Ar o n premises -unI0 hrsa Jn l.. wi Eth Call Y m Er c atSe.D MagaUriPta, HIsstrs
Coln od oltrta' 1n n ITC 11"OY,3... ...to B.nx F-2.9, I Y N E lC Li Y L GotsA . P ,,. .. No m n D !






WA:'DWSHR lovv 30^^;^; Can Fern :, .^ beautiful Frehl Hose fou bedrooms. SUP^. ^^. S\corey'' *^^ *
WANT10." """- ? cndln COCNU PICKERS. And^ A^ HA W ,Id~. SaS ? ? DHARMA/e; SHIKSHA DAL.NC Hinus are ^ 5% -----
now~rder Wt h al.t rati,or d ay oh. free ,livirng -- I-- ,- ---;---- trm ,lnn ar be,"- h-- esshtuina o binto ee, ofc, 48 Pl ehen. rikSret. ofTt *- F 1 | Oer WHtnandWonda, LnT 2.D 94,.3OwneAplyrOXBox 4 guaria.-J a 14 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ NI#IIIIH~~~U 0 .V








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O~t) Ot P. K ,.) A~t orlL n n:, . r' ,nK uK te REN,* T HI P ALS BR H U IEooce w LDNG SITE Af raeal maiuLd n Re-ee....................erl Bu ines NEW L RAMLAND, GousTe5r oams-n
ft to 1Calte tv t--JnA3 ILL E CHA N Ir! RXIMatMaaaU } Al ra;4/ osatLvnim;FeeodBsns lce"onrHvlckSre, SE T
ar sm ir l W& ANTD A pl Ia 1aravaL -- ._. ., mot, hlyrre tlni., for n r oun n city. Pr~(O 'x'iet sa bahn n ~ opetis on, Henry Sr ee.A pplake y 5 ntr taoi nments by. a mdan_ hia.dr o lthers a. -J n 24
1, n~e ue n a nd St. Vincent Streets~ "Phoneis60 2.MMrs. ChinenPnares, cent2a. Q-103,ached Siuatedla t c" er of l d t 1 .a. a ers m ns sr e. Pleasea ttnd ths.d ouhen-, O B E M ain R-oad, li T, o mp delete






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. . ....... ..- p -Ju e w S" o HOLID AYIN I N tBA .'1- LotCiruoln ar Road and0n 37 Sad dl Puno Is NOTn se r etar y. hOt.am d Mec o Str eoel wp rt *E CA H I
and c.o.mfrn.... t.' t.R r l Vill. and R" ANOad. 0opss s snCOS BIOKwhoIesAt rd aye,4t Road,
LIVn TU L 'UNF U n / ,t H NISe e oer g ," real About J 'n Win b dsoe o Mr" Eu stsaow e nd Msotlh w e- ~ rooa. J u tgnrl.etn il ehl tt e thi Si onFernando .-Juy-. orunCRE24







bi atirnotWrt, Aar.e. Conta ct C rpe. AsLLAHAL;W Maa- "Tat. P c S treet. 00 '44 TWO STOREY r 4 Bd
I 8 O 'jnn1 wn -June I X, oiir work. Kauctlto, or *nt Wla rdi fef Pram, Orlbe and maytoth


41050-.rou~y CftlNrO Xhorugnl AXN1,', &aEV O- o ad- Whn l ra----- Station _Street._n For on*~n 19, 1944. at4 10-30""" < -". Alimembrs "* B All other co ve ie c *,-. 1 Freli
'dams i u ,10 3i n w n C"llrtnH P IIf it, PAreyg 62 Pl. 'hl C ul- SeaInvhoe& Ntre tleleF0rd rey :r Tealto ryR esiene.
E RI C BR ONZY C lidge TU RKtEYSt Poodei n In WPng Plhsn J m B June r0. on .- -Juji'a unmi 'm #ta Ur5 RfT na- OB o i Ly lo sAT aOU Se r Pl NT et -00; Noun and Land, 'wT



[ 1l4 ci. .J n rris Jl P0 4300Jin 21tO A B U U | l.t td M grap "&ut .............. Supply (17f0 BondjS o- Cornlr ll .l>e M u VitaballtU. Vacant $4.00 Nine? Lots - Ou, uy 0" ZUM ^& rm
I ,ALH HOURS' Mayns Gain ...... otn ...t. tr obS Phdso. lkdporSf, ie Not.a nd, Leta"a I .. .;-Juno--------- I lt 3 ,ea ne r. y u tbl S f TO '..orZIA.y.S... .. . one 0KI. a Qu no lo rr es*5 ne.bla G`r 6y i fe eo6 r d P hS ngr leh Bnd )ith Sla tK *l(. S S



"'lifir1^ .-us 29^ .. poStdrl^O.dw abo,"tALOW Xb,. 74X 5-5 libut "asSud'^ -g^ W SATUI,2Z WNcoyE-
tile ....c,', .. ..Is i,,rr aim for makVn A.C nr m-. P tri m Ak' .. .. ...... ....ue lot tshreek no tsat laI gro ss.dBor el.ea rner Keat s a ndr- .h ne
LU-bat eti'Is o behern stl iberal ol M -ISCELL AN~EOUS F R SAL oE 0aDu A Ye COM O BtAU Q atDo s b nd;inglent Street, P ho~ ne 6,, --" Jri suenee 0. LySeT r #nibs oAlf ebr edebtsreets, ou no F.h ertnanddoeso. thuers21 153Od St e. |0J.o,
oil cntn jmi1'ilTwin Yuotcan Oder Vitroor iBeLrousen rhoas withereunnn a ter, AND- COMFORTABLE freehoeld retd y er MeUIRglot y ne MtARSHAioLACD.. l~ 1 0

trol, -A o oqVli-?A redric ,l,.Do ls Aura. alo..ov,,i 1,1*4:IBMA L B AT12 ee log, on adif
--"rr TVA 491 A". rrralr .re.. . l ndOe. p- .Wddp lineI C IYJ',UM /rAer27nSMALL ANDLARGE,.P ... P--." &lL A-lu t rc eived, R ad Jutoai bs onrl Sa ena d)No m n D
....) wpso il rv M Aitk 40 A,1, I I I ( i t 6 vii oededa r, a h nd mp den.. se easier e sort Inc Be quims Sotloa nai. p y 61 AtnVnovat namet by..pay ing dvrtio.mtent {V. a 3T D E WR Town Coppe, nSt
I ... . ... .'ll".. r,,namutt street todbrook auy t3 n1'11'no AV. Ae lrlmando erfetg o ndtornI t hP r er Lro lou t. R a o
()Rt).R 01,1i, t It K J. U ~ .o IAU lt I Inern ht,-yso Amorn ge *,qgR ps. R, o .. ........ Goa e. 6. -o.---ST JASu 91. 's 'PanN EW PRA M ANt D tGs O -CARwTh coraI.
F ,a a orm 9 Addit oad. a nI| ) lto;v eranl. un I A--Babaos.Ecelen .a athnga vsio Sup prlor nd baery-WgeI ..00 LAE...LAS IF.Rad-Juo.. .1
Juo 6.slte)NAr mMjlI or agiulur; s llte o r -[ bue, cl u bs.et. or e-Joeph Rod nd outhstre, i avn I /l. it havIUit 2n V letrcANT -..I
| -----, d opi.- ---, HAU I nItT MA WA iRRR TR. fet, $ohnonIsematO s MFU T B Ers hni W atn edDo B ar- 1114 0,111D0For bstA ferLPtos[ M PBE ALC NOTI E, A AD w tn o 11 urtm" Jno wth9.5
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LIVESTOCK FOR SALE iAe12 llarJohnson nti~ uon, uor AMer. nn u on. M watt ew, tO 424ieep ne20.A pDISLy tAIMStERt
OA'I~, l U ~ l ;jysrC: M wornlt .n o l' ig iqn n s,.,o 8 k -M ,.r T.1111. Sts 1 A rs J n:I '" Ie. 'P one 32- -luN o 24 %
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AM RIA h.ol., ,. ,wmL r .. ,. ii o 111 Ii icty tret Jn e IN .o1. ACRE.S LAND,..with large dwelling THE: CECIL CHA:.. .RL ,e convic .:t ed ...Sre t.-Jn* 4.TnddTr -
v.ijk &, ,,% t remalld|.-. IV'll ti~' , ,, , I ".I B or Ib A Poin t k u rvi s nad Fuals ly furn wished S aldO fo or R ad emns oa , i xo rd 'tre 3 s nt Coen Chre s, t urntd e.sL rge aAsply: Carpen t s, M5 ae-' d
RABT S. ,o ann ne, 'Al...... ,,, to. eIr*S ,, no-- ; .... ute '. ll'- eor.'Ph.. .. .,.one 06",--Ju i, ry A. %,..% ;, ".. trOan On ... ,t, .-J.
'I. r Iu,00 ie earst ffe. nox -poneLuia. e siiga t 132 F ly 8roederck ar otha, a Suite,.Pramo C ribs and Sany theru
O[Z| U D~t 'A uew *LII& &aJ ,, "7- I., ]no k 6 at I014 M a~lu s t l iFr es 'l. T ;N~ TCR ) OF S HO U S E.~a 'l W-- orth 43. inee o~ ,urnes 2 ] Perpor Jthron- V i .-Ju ne I .Hoshod Atils. F r C rUMs A
'4 uJ... A E Y ;eH ll r Land ad l ion1 ljoa 0:, e t r.i, Boail ein t" Le r ,ree*v .; a ne, J'" LSt. FancisD V 8YBalley Rod- weEk, APULyIlaCtohe bynr ot iedt ha;trIeet.--Junhep Oe dio rYO Lr
I 1 .... 1 r 3441Iwl |e cpa ity uiale fro" "0 .no lngr.. .....(o y wie R cr P oo n 50 Casia
L OS,~~~22 V |ltt ;cu~) 4PUI u 'y ~ rd .. o lnt sFe al M J,9., Tw ,Ja'';;' -....o RO arhRl lik A p es ono odReod. l 1rshe
LOU.. . ,AL.Sroi-pol 11uARKe 1Te ET. L arg ent r equite 1U UIRe.RE odhotd nt .G noShbraddzesOes.yief n t n d N r
11-11. naxe rip~conTwin Hot Piston.LIlo or 'uro"m t* li""ois prefre' las cniin Ofr nie, euirca b eOePrtal ai. AC-.. Cl l b 10"'ateud
- -e .", somtetluse ioe lrn e GL, .. "o s riole: --. 1rs oCba l r sloan pr otex ctio ied,--/t;/442 O sraoy $ra. Jn 10 6 I_ C u
..Ir. VoRA, Otis Speedboat koit .7' log Urig s. Applry; oat Ve ler y Pui-Diret. Ilin Apply Joh9 Marn e Squr e .hUme haOvlc AD i~p~ ng o ft mn y .
m ~ ~ ~ ~ wi worin ur en !n Ja.MMetrRmltJaan Coordr ne ieK~iaB nk V Iiae I Vi..t".. it;rHOs.Ltd. PROPERTY. D iscollAplyaItr o'lo: A upatn-celr sp
i, I.........t.. ... ROMfr nlsho tre It .IV ,dcl srn,I Juo 3...ti.f, oir u av. A REN
A r cTUIT IM eO Nn t M p l id e v i n O n 9' o r d S J i a l l 3 0 1 W TC e SCo m f o rt
iii1A H N .Ikkkrilz )p,* N ,'(undn. 4 7 Port-,f-Il~ ne 1 ,y 0 a%,AI MO ORS F RANNOUNCIEMENTS t
.'o g ap 't' Amedric-ao, .n ,. ..d doptina .S,. ,.-,.t t'."-,. ino.rudeG1.4s,,o, o J u n eco rd
W h I t. i ul J u r t i nly AU. i l~ i T ) e r t r s i s u P1n s e 3 I u m n--. / n m r q a o l P u na a t #1 4 I f r m 3 0 a. A l ? y o 4A R .- m .-. O nh A e 2 0 ,o r t u n e r e s n 8 at s a tre -t o it t r
,,nd mle( /r udy. Ciihe Ahorouonry u, T hRoEIrd ono st he Whale P ;_- ....g... r L a not rTHE Pon ,14 d P"-UBLCf e reby.s ad th t Id y 101~nl i.
I ne a lt ,ir %lutUllOW. i. U:t~il .era. -1,,Wilful. s,( I "ene l Joie e1).hl rttu, Str.,. --J y R N O P O E T ,nwyFr;5Saer2Do eL s hvoei
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m eo. a,, D1ree- -J i 0 sd -Jlny 14 ..US A U mi rOU I Ft)ordnd. 0 eloa ...........................rd RN O', orer en e t.c ] Ali tr 8
1, I QueeARII;' rad n's' Pural LHot el, reasn able rate. A 'It r ,iPo'Se sidon.eApply R ar Cance .. lfrd. tret, Ba kerwle t ]u S.A .. il ~
t.IlTk;hU t.o.,TIIt RCener tinttP-ant, [ u-- r I" t'llo11 .................. ......... In ban. G o avng t l ad cndton w t v ry l ad lre.- , h f, JR, s th fr11"
EL ...1 t~r l0 V bo n@ 1 1 t" Gen raor i n Lt s e-'1 1J-4,,h m ... l..-.. -- -" r. --....- I.toI Ill.-n..uan.........................air. Va ohtolnvenue tndtmeo'e, eoon r.-e.tson.


RuaiBtu 84AMP and Ra0.ket n. H e NERAt, Mt..CTRIC IrTOV, slightly lun.a l. fee Mwl .. t J "" T1A d "
l Ctrtnginn. *"T ." 8ao rruando.-Juy I used. Price; :S 0` Telephone 7241- houseU.3II9 or UNrUHNlgHKh o nouns, 3P Clarlo ,tt-u M. uyp nnine Tlble Mnd ,. 'ti
Strign, -- v K R'O, T --- ^n" ,W`IXHZ teeD ot ntn. I.Ihr UNFD .. R-LRU..,.,, House, sale uan. Mt; ining Tableandree Burner,

S maeri Ua nKeto Diry Clttl k KB t err,-ular RoadS .-Jun Gn de, jvo25 j-L->W 'rO i ( F Main Reo d. tB M A t*. lginen$or P'rtl P.hJoly I 1,. an d T a
s_; -. o. r. B o u. ti!, 3 MM a rrine 0 u0u TW O BSKOON -HAND INDIAN M OTOR ,4 . . . 0 -- 0 .A a btti .ee werage ... ... .... 00 .0 ,...a nd -Ta,-b l Cd wLounge C hain lr,
r-0-ba*.-Jus 0 ('C Rwith side eare, in a~eolietut run- iX B I r ~~ m.s, .m (1 mply Jituse, Mamel-801th vv'Refre.shments onA m hai wth Sohloal
litiltAe H.. -p.r, ..ou c ond.i tion.dl o .. 'Ph. n8 -- KEiAL ESTATIC FOR SALI ()Landsa iT s s..d. e. ... tfef.MAUAZIN a .nd .OOVi1 g, Re nd oA.nd r SWinLiTM RDivanefreshmenhl on Sa
1144 undort&IAs Jamor), $6 5 hsrlot4 Junl, I.... .. .... .1,41 b rieeb11ld ,in Edward 4trvt ewtrntis. .. Kee l*, and P.ince Alfre-.--Hand T, dnted*.1exiean able, Waf-
"UVA 21 0 1O II ] O 8 sd n elJ~ lzr_. . rl'i IIelotXId)kc ent. NeWly_-botlit HOup. tretie Sa e m r ...nando-.Jn kfe ion a d 1. il T atr
PIXMANENT WAVIN(. Mimi Alm f< !\o e I t"I, e ndg Ol n 2. 4., ] V HO4Tr HKSCT', at. Johee nwly-" I Petit Valley. 3 i.2 l.s. InT WANTED1TORENTn Clock.Cd tlery. Waxi ng G wtesee
a*^ "od ^ *t ^^^ ;...^^ ? ^ ^^.y^* ..... .. ^ m^ ^ ^ ^ % 23 r R t. Ch .aU| ] .<, qch "i"ranieed. ,3 3 ,l" rd| ..- Apply wt iliv ..eiaj*.uly I. ,at "*** Pos s"io n 1'" il fi r "Stke tPO/mrBrpetr Child's Sofa., lU h :'x!
AD RI" ---K 1 _n 1 .P.. N G June 2 5o ..h t ic -m It w x h OUSK % k all "4 It--'- .t a r ._ A nYw ere t t Je unfur ishdo om, A4 73 D uke
n jl Sg utton fo rest. *an Fernando. ON% RUSdTAN It I(D Ml f, w th 5uo l ,er e u me~ ners oon Beco let vSt lal S at.Ar- e n e r m m w t e tr Anytim as, I S m I e\m t --M JueNG 24CO P. B M n~ e n air, R ocker, T able, D esk, D olls
3r) m..-Joly I .. ... ... rnmpile.ituiric stal A i o buouioL 's a 'fobgo. Apply: Atone Ndwards. d zrs~ verywhere, .1."n. .eea .M ms rm trcce Double ":
"nSK N. HuNV, II SBoIC W,,-K4. 81,rab Khan 3 ulh Quay. ^p1`1301116 74K u iTobas -Juy 1 'rinidad ;-Wtht,,..- .--n t ..rtr .--. M d S Oof ,hog any. Gass AeJr i ... .
Afssao.ve W|:t be removed f from --.A6 Ed- tVsabls,8a onno to ?".-"--$-'" h." .- )';- Rlt ( Ion 1 oad L
gredStreetfro Mndy.Jue2 to No.^^ ^r H^ISsi it'OA a Frad. a peio. W"*aliII Ri C~oat. Tronint Bordwe sixAw-K I *
tS "^ ^^ *lp iu":1 YORK^ Attontat 011-frilk Dollar:^*^ n0 Apply;p. Widdup Polce ga r^ign WCA INDIAN* AlNEC-RA ESTAT ZIAW~ 24L :W~tM-ORC B~C
SSTAMPS.alll o0Juy111* .Ran",Co nbination r-, PW hono-

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311 li,cao tet ot*wslciue(AMJS a."wt 1htlt98Jn 31 VIRO and^ P^ ~ickn with ecord
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