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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
lcc - Newspaper
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T N ,, Ju 21 (AP ).- LONDON, June 21 (Reuter) The Russians have oepe twM
tluio todY th st new drives against the Finno to the northeWat of the Karellin IstbmuL I
i attacked a Jaspanes The new sectors announced in tonight's Moscow ommunlauti an RO
hips, aicraftariers north of Lake Oneg, between Lak Oneg and Lake Lad ga. Both
washipson Monday In drives are ] well.
phase of what may be- les r a gn t
'a greatest naval en- Torth of Late Onrga, the Rus-h .. 1 ...... least
sians have broken the Finnish de- Romans Seek Jobs hea
Cheater Nlmita, Pacific fence line and capture a station oman Seek Jobs heav
Eiiande, reported that the on the railway to Murmansk, and Fro The Alie go
0 attack were not re- they are fighting on td. outskirts rom The Allies &lo1%
ethe carrier Ions which ofathe town at the northwestern tip ROME, June 21 (AP).-Lieut. Mans
lll^a Ros hc>r S~oSte~lwewhrtl OME, Juno 21 (AP).--Lleut.. mang
btile. c Lake Onega. Betwee:. the t o Colonel Tnomes Lane, director yenI
-.Additional details willl=e they have broken Finnish re- of the labour division in the Line
a sown u sm they be- distance along the southern bank of Rome area, said 4,000 to 5.000 gave
able. The American the River Bvr and established a Roman are daily applying for guns,
t on enemy shlp wasi beachhead across the river captur- work. He said there were now end
S broken off at nightf l nl, 00 places. At the same time about 8,qp0 unemployed in the Tw
tque mention that one. the advance on the Ka- lan lath- city. Lane said Allied armies mour
were to be assessed could mul Is In full swing with more than have given jobs to some 8,000 o
wee hae gien obs o sme 80D0 props
f thee carrier-based bomb- 50 places captured today, persons since their occupation Germ
ored hits on the powerful Russian troops were last reported of the city and others are em- many
hi oet, more tha. miles beyond the cap- ployed by civilian contractors prison
iSm.e 'planes from the toured port of Vilpuri, the second clerks and many white-collar Au
Flfth Fleet under the eon- city of Finland. clers and may white-colar up t
Admiral Raymond 8prum- Paul Winterton. the "News wo rkers ar e applying f or capts.
nianual labour. There is a cur- horse
the powerful Japan. Chronic' reporter in Moscow. plus of work but a shortage r
,aMonday afternoon. Car- says that Marshal Govorov's forces of English speakers. l era I
and figh'-ra were tmn are now sweeping on to the west - -. | h50
ordered to the attack. In the direction of Helsinki, the dAny--e a"'t
Iade contact before Finnish capital. He points out that Ano
first opportunity for the Finns may try to make a stand hi out iJ
carrier attack on the on what fort:flcatlons there ore 1dsbe(
fetforcesince the battle between Vilpuri and Helsinki, th
Oruz in October, 1942. though there is nothing to corn- K PV I T
stated that the UnMlted pare with the fortified zone on the v Rai
Fleet alsghtedthe Ja- Karelian Isthmus. d ,*y*, a-.s -
~, including battle The Russin offensive has carried I t was 1
about midway be the war 100 miles from the be- i.yIna will
and LUO leaguered city of Leningrad, and -- -- portu
Mirn Island of the FPhil- its citizens had special reason for LONDON, June 21 (R'uter)-
rejoicing at the fall of Vilpurl. Chinese forces, driving west from Briti
cte news agency said Last night factory workers who hid China to reopen the vital supply Old
a fierce naval battle b en going flat out to r 'uce war lifeline with the Allies, have crossed d
k in the central Pacific material, 'or the front line, held the 10,000 feet high Kaolinkung )
Maranas group of Is- m:'night meetings to celebrate the mountain barrier and captured LO
A Japanese spokesman victory. Chiantso, key town on the road to Some
ted as saying that this Myitkyina in north Burma bigge
tgoqld have far-reaching 7 Nazi Divisions Menaced Chlants Is north of Tengchung, appro
Chlantso Is north of TengchttngWo
itle lPaclflc war situation. i D enaced k.y Japanese base 20 miles west of encir
)ihrianas are roughly 7,000 In Northern Finland the Burma Road and some 50 miles the I
Sof lhe Philippines. from the Myltkyina battle. soldle
f, Forrestal, United States LONDON, June 21 (AP) Corn- Thomas Chao, Reuter's special them
iretary, said t "ay t' ere bined with the threat to the Hel- correspondent, cabled from Chung- atopp
e indication that an stinkl front in the south, the new king tonight that the Chines! suf. elderly
&a naval task force may Russian th.usta not only Jeopardised fered severe casualties from ex- form
Needed in catching up further Finland's-ability to con- posure and freezing In their ad- Guard
V ed I cathing p anc.- over the precipitous moun- ribbon
Sor part of the Japanese tinue the war, but also menaced tan range. De: n
C, a,, but there is so far seven divisions of German troops Many mountain trails were only tells
information. As he garrisoned in northern Finland,I nagottlable on all fours. The Chin- meet
Nimta' fleet was and giving protection for vast ma- ese lost 150 porters, who tell to warC
naval silence and no ter'ils and mines there. Even be- their death from the slippery trails living
P,y be expected for some fore ie new Soviet drives were an- cut out from the side of the cliffs. I.
: nounced, reports rc-elved through In the 40 days of fighting since the i
Stockholm said that Finnish politi- marshal Chiang Kal-Sheks forces an h,
* Re iecal leaders are considering a quick crossed the Salwe.n River, they morni
.Id PV1PW armistice with Russia as a means have occupied 40.000 square miles up fI
s Re view of averting the fall of the Govern- of the world's most difficult battle when
Snmeat. area, went
Grave fear was expressed tat In* tl
ICthe Na'- themselves might install a MYITKYINA TOTTERS llpe,
S puppet govern ent in northern T by th
June AP) -- Finland.The north Burma city of Myit- not(
Ms lr n d o The new offensive came from a kyina is expected to fall soon, e- "Ever
at King disclosedto- enewprffensumablyvunepecamedfrorcording to a despatch from Kandy, on hi
a long under con- uaterresumably unexpectedforCeylon, today. The Japanese still ad
S have been reviewed the Nazi propagandists, ever since hold one-third of It, but they are th d
r the close co-opera- the opening of the camr,"ilgn in cut off except for a 500-yard strip veers,
QrM Britain and thee Karellan Isathmusa described It along the Irrawady RivAr. South telroh
attes in the war ntas a limited action, and p; licted west of Myitkyina the Allied ring Inf
When it was possible to that the next Russitan blows would around the key town of Mogaung wound
Of strength to the Paciflc develop at the Ballirn terminus of is being tightened. w
Srom Eutrope. the long Eastern front. A Chinese unit wiped out a Jap- Irish
Sdscusslon took place Jubilant over the first great vic- anese party attempting to escape
isand when he, General tory of the Karelian adventure on down the Mogaung River on rafts, w
Marshall and General the eve of the third anniversary south of Kamaing. The Japanese
Arnold conferred wi te of Hitler's Invasion of their home- are being squeesed tighter along the Cl
conferred with the follow grTeene Kohima-Imphal road between two Co0
dicussed In very broad land, Russian foot, soldiers, artill- Imixed British and Indian columns,
set for the overall o- lerymen and tank crews, pushed advancing from the north and from Sl
In of the war against on irretitlblv from the burning -mle stretch of the road
desrte Vlout.now separates the two columns LWl
Vlfn the British shall be nR virtually deserted VilLurd. Ony searates tth tho road "
o iend a hand in that Only official word of the fighting from the Japanese still flghtin Lod
,* world." today is that the 'pursuit com- flercely as they retreat to the south CoMrMj
fl King expressed conld- titnus," but a Moscow ouasl0 = -- =_ Ing I
11)0 louteom of the pro- authority said that the Russian Fnm Carrier has b
outcal ofaemnai the prii E emy C rirbackI
U l "Tengson emrts in the Jp PLEASr TURN TO PAGI 3, COL. 11yThin
Severely Damaged wa i
I t be so ter the J will- Hil LONDON, June 21 (Reuter) raids
ts the tterw will er And JO Mediterranean Air Forces yester- his m
Let Hrrtaler Nav n T o* day made about 750 nights without beach
sForrestas, Navy 8e t S n oCooltio .. One of their targets was a iruck
e was "no debate Send Consolations 20.000-ton aircraft carrier in Genoa theiruck
.olS the prosPective
t tt added the re hapve NW YORK, June 21 (AP-i harbour. At least fl,. hlts were e
S indications that the Berlin radio said tonight that Hit- scored on her. She i believe to barbe
I, fre s y hav s ler and ToJo, the Japanese Prime be an Itailan carrier, which failed and
Scsthnup wihae or inter, en geds a furtherJ rmes- to get away after the Italian sur- hard-
In Io "ay have 8uc- MUter, exchanged a further rues-th0
SCAtchhti up with rll orae declaring confidence in the render. She was already under- the
Jane fleet yeter- ulmte outcome of the war. The going repairs after earlier damage. The
SJapnesefleet hd Jaane Premier, in his tel'gram Allied aircraft also struck at on to
the Japanese fleet had a tler, expressed the Japanese ping along the west coast of It ago
Sat variouw times In determination to make all efforts to Itay, and German communications lief
fw days millig around inflict a devastating defeat on the in northern and central Italy. Some only
o 800 miles west of the common enemy and win final vic- aircraft flew over to Albania to Germ
toan. make attacks there. self-W
t --Hitler in reply expressed thanks -
Ire*ss ,Delegates his conviction that "final vic- Man ,w u
tory wouldbe won" and satisfaUon Many'Fly'ngfoml
at the Jpese determination "to a l y in O
WFor Barbados ht it the common en n AdrOC
"triatidad Guardian" uin-InA v ceOnC
'~j "s -^-In Advance On CI
that Brigadier A. .1
1-to and Mr-.Harold .t .flAz7s ose70 __
Stwo of the TrinldadL I*OUU,-I----
Commerce delegates V an Fightingf LONDON, June 21 (AP) Americam
%t ~ctigres o t In Russian Cherbourg peninsula have captured sever.
,W:at Indian Chambers
nnl, thop ningat Bridt- Lo ON'oJUne 2B1(AP).--The mans are launching their flying bombs.
or that Colony review today, the third anniversary The robot bases were captured4--
tod that1 w cof the German attack on Russia, intact and a report from an R.A.F. were a
lS~toor tha t M4 W. C. reported that more than 7,800,000 base said Allied technical experts and
lisnoarsrate~ry ofteGerman's have been killed and have eseasned them to speed inia.. camot
C h bers travelled taken prisoner, in three years' sures to combat them. ong
M S TetnhB aMr" AMOS) I tE inR utsla. [Reuter stated that damage point.
ne rinda O"y i' Tnei said that during the caused in the south of auland by bulldl
ero.S 0 who heads ths1same period the Russtan losses to- one flying bomb was today In. of 3h
egtin arrived tailed Si ^ .000 killed, mlisng or speeted by His Majesty the King said n
y. J' me 16." aliired who sa cheered by a large tona
sss e t also that the OGermas crowd.] by "
. -rnmeSS--t Trade lost 70,000 tanks-, 60,000 'planes, It wa disclosed by Supreme AI- botho
Triida wi not ap more than 310,000 pieces of ar- lied ~Ieadquarters tonight that the race
attend owing to pree- tfilery, while the Russian losses termans have more rocket bomb- tieo b)
Mr. 0. A. Newmn, were 0 t 30,128 'planes sad laUnching installations under con- lied b
S i at preempt Allied air cemp1ign the "secret '~i

H-bII Dep Marines Advance wes" s lafht ght hav be Re
Ugs Adiisr F nbembe were dropped on Tamp
s On aipan Island lntd after arb
w )U_.kdjMtIIr tIk n erris 0ed scl during Air F
nd -will proWeed ptAy MARDOUR, June 22tM n t. Moetmsanligh eraft
( "' K'tmnOM --l mt{, Btts sahd to- addition to lntermltent attacks by beeni
__ ",. E, mde t- tes marines Theavy bombers have made 466 at- rocket
ST. n 'ncIA, June ed rod tso bad made ad- tacks on the Instaa~tils snce tom c
^*r-.- .Shepherd. neMpahhinegortterard on the 1Jnua~ry, tyin su -Ibditvidu3
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igh Inltaly Probe

Proud German Army rV
Beating Death Trail
From Perugia Onsi:;
MX, June 21 (AP) Knockted
Of Peruglta ad slowly giving _____________
Vd across the breadth of ---------
German forces including at
two divisions Iro tfrom J \ U ~l P
stern defences, are Paying a 2, Planes
f price a caaitU and
pment frt brief hor O
at Cassi last M, Give Berlin
isproud Army which the cer-
aboasted would nverb i'w e
from "i-Heaviest Raid
tare *ev W. rilo fm
as, rusted trucks, tanks an--d.. .-
along Italian roads and the By NED NORDNESS
is not yet in eight. SUPREME AL LIED HBAD-
o British regiments one ar- QUARTERS, June 21 (AP).-
ed and the other with self- Mighty fleet of more than 2,000
'lled guns knocked out 15 American warplanes poured e'xplo-
ian anti-tank guns, killed sives and incendiaries on Berlin to-
y enemy troops and took 85 day and thtlie German radio said
ners in a single day recently, part of the force flew on east in
nerican forces, who are driving thI first shuttle raid between Brit-
he west coast Highway One, ain and Russia. There was no Al-
ired at one strongpoint nine lied confirmation of the German
-drawn 160 millimetre howltt- report of a west-east run by Amerl-
mand 50 horses. An addillonal can planen. based on Soviet soil.,
orses were sprawled out in some of which hay' already been
h In the same area. used in shuttle bombing of the
y German vehicle ventu'ing Balkans front Italian bass. I
n the roads during daytime is Throughout the day Allied air-'
ct to attack by Allied 'planes, men flew In support of the ground
the roads are uttered with forces In Normandy and hampered
wreckage of equipment. the Germans behind the lines,
In which hampered the Alllel transport and communications, Late
ment for three days lifted to- this afternoon and early tills even-
and the Italian countryi'de Ing other ireat forces of American
brilliant with sunshine, which bombers and fighters roared over
rive Allied tank forces an op- northern France. Ninth Air Force
nity for far better hunting. Mustangs accompanied the heav.les
to Berlin and nearby Basdoi f and
lish Troops Meet destroyed eight enemy aircraft,
is troops Me losing one. Returning nemubers of
Warrior In Perugia the crew said fires were still burn-
ing In Hamburg and other targets
NDON, June 21 (Reuter) from yesterday's missions over the
SBritish troops had their Rsich.
st surprise of the war as they fReuter states that the Ger-
ached the mediaeval walls mans reported tonig.it that Al-
cling Perugia. Marching up lied 'planes were ov'r Berlin
till from the city they saw a afain.l
rly figure coming to meet It was officially announced "dur-
As it drew nearer they Iog today there was s-ome enemy
pad In astonishmentit was an activity over southern England,
ed In sotiamnet. twas an ^ \ \
v man in the full dress uni- Casualties and damage are re-
of a colonel of the Irish ported."
ds, with three rows of med-I As the allied air forces methodl-
ns across his chest. call and with increasing success
nnis Johnston of the B.BC. pound.'d the robots at their launch-
the story of this dramatic ing grounds and In the air, sotth
ng. When Italy entered the of England, civilians dun cut more
Colonel Cyrll Rock, D.S.O.. was dead and intlired on this. the
r In Italy. and he was intern- seventh strilght day of the wing'd
When the Allied bih drive to comet attacks. The German radio
north bheran, he was living in blasted: "Today's heavy raid on
otel in Peruila. On Monday Berlin confirms the shock caused
ing at about o'clock he cune by the new German weapon. it was
'm the m lar of the hotel expected that the Anglo-Americans
She had bn sheltering and would react so, but no matter
out on to the balcony Peer- whether bombs are being dropped
through a broken pair of bino- on Berlin or not the bombardment
, he taw trons ros'nir down of London with the new weapon
he railway stath!n : they were will continue."
oermans. He told his wife: tReuter stated that today's at-
ythnr I now all riht" tacksonthe Reich capitall was
.ls lnards uniform, which he" the heaviest daylight attack it
managed to keep hiddoen from has ever had. The bombers..
iermans and Ito k A forld fUro PFortresses and Liberators--were r
rmans and the talent for com esWorted by Mustangs. Lightnings
iand then went out to welco and Thunderbolts in very great
Ilid troops, strength, Their targets were not
the last we Colonel Rock was only in Berlln itself, they also at-
Wed on the Somme. while tacked objectives on the outskirts.
t indin, a battalion of the The Americans'. last assault inn
Guards. General Alexander Berlin was made nearly a month
,is second in command then. ago by Fortrrsses. Since then
mm n o- ief R.A.F. Mos-luitoes have attacked
the German capital s-'ven times,
thhPrelimi-yreports say that the
mmando Chief Prelimina ryan6
fighters shot downi 21 German
lh y \1T 1e 'planes while 1he bombers ac-
htlyv W wounded counted for betw en 15 and 20.
Up to the moment 43 bombers V
NDON. June 21 (Reuter)-- and 15 fighters are mlsling.l t
Lovat, the chief of thie British !
nandos who have been fight-
n Normandy since '"D-Day," S Sndi F e
been slightly wounded and is U olier r ee
In this country. n
I Highland Chieftain, who On Rape Charge C
n the Dieppe and Bordeaux
earlier in the war, tells how LONDON, June 21 (Reuter i.- It
nen on "D-Day" stormed the was announced tonight by the
ae of France carrylnk their United States mlllt>>ry authorities
icks weighing 1501b and fought In Britain hat Corporal Leroy
way through a Jungle of Henry, 30, whose sentence of death
id wire and machine-gun nests for alleged rape was disapproved b:
eventually linked up with the General Elsennower. has been re-
pressed airborne forces across turned to duty.
Caen Canal. This follows Genei,,il Eisrnhower's
ese picked British troops wet disapproval of the findings and of i
capture a vital hill and hold the sentence, without remand, be-
ainst all comers without re- cause of Insuflcient evidence to
or reinforcements, and using warrant a re-.rial.
light weapons forced back a Corporal Henry was c-arged with
an brigade advancing with rape, alleged to have been comn-
ropelled gun&. mittrd near Bath on May 5. A
court-martial on May 25 found him
e> guIlty, and imposed sentence of
St es 1 Ken~ disapproval was announced last!
d'ie a en a"th.TeCmmnigGeea'
Sie s Ta Saturday. .

Serbourg Recognition Seen
SFor De Gaulle I
n troops, advancing up the LONDON, June 21 (AP, The
J1 sites from which the Oer- "Star" predicted today that after
Cherbourg is captured the United I
states and Britain would recognize
---General Charles de Gaulle's or-
imong the woods and orchards ganisatlon as the French Provi-
have been given additional slonal Government.
ifiage. The typical set-up is a The newspaper said: "Washing-
concrete lucngplatform toin was surprised by the reception
d toward England, AMiacent accorde4 de Gaulle during his re- 4
ngs are used for final assembly cent visit to France. Contact be- a
e rockets and storage He tween United States troops and
nost of the original Installa- French inhabitants Itn the liberal- I
were put out of commission ed region of the Normandy beach-
-Day," but sinoe the start of head also revealed how strongly
mbtng it has been a constant attached the people are to de a
of construction and destruc- Gaulle and his associates In North I
between the Germans and Al- Africa." |
umber, i
TAKEN o0 fOMBs Dr. Maclennan 4
urtera watched heavily-gunned For, Post.D~f
st 'plane taking toll of the or Kenya Post
over the coast. The Ninth
irce announce Its anU-elr- Infmiatlos Office announced
guns of the newiytormed ZS*^y Utht the fecretar of '
Air Defence Osmmand have e fa' olonea has melee' I
^Ung ~ ~ ~ ~ D inte3.ae -as ?" M. Maclennan, Director fat
tohbe defvalO~ gS*U5 Medical Service, fu appointment g
*r S T mobtie K".' as Dievctorof Medical f ervlces, ^
aref ui kept< ts ber. unti last
lma tar g~ltim .{ .15 nt eqxpeted," esys the ,

uter stated tonitht tht wr su ecinmuniquc, "that Dr. Mac- I
FV n~tedVsO t) Mus Vsw i tpred to Wav*
JIMOONWI2r%2JS low J Wlte the ad o~tf
.t S S 1 r. P aclannas sucessr 4'
1wy to 1*olVae tj*jWa o I at ereset porn1 S
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0an Infantry Patrols

Cherbourg Fringes

ile From Waterfront

French Welcome De

A woman shakes the hand ofat Gen. Charles de G
leader tof the French Commhttee of National. Libe
greeted by the populace of Bayeux. first Frenrh t
the Allies. Tiis is a British official photo -IAP phi

British Ignore
"cace Proposals
LONDON, June 31 (Reutert.
-Mr. Anthown Eden, Poreign
Secretary, disclosed In the
House of Commons today that
last December information
reached the British regarding
certain views alleged to have
been expressed by German offi-
cials in regard to pcaslble peace
Mr. Eden declared: "As this
information bore all the fanill-
lar marks of a typical German
manoeuvre designed to sow
distrust between the United
Nations, the British Govern-
ment ignored It."

Soldier Jailed

For Bigamy
(CP --A Barbadian corporil in the
South Caribbean Force, who mar-
rled a Trinldadlan gir; In Port-of-
Spain, in 1942. and et St. Lucian J
glrl while hlie was stationed here 13
months latvr, was sentenced to one
year's imprisonment with hard Is- a
boun for bigamy. C
A crowded courtroom heard Mr.
Justice G E F. Rictfirds, Pulsne
fudge of the Supre e Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward I
Islands, pass sentence after a trial
asting five days.
The soldier, Winston Augustus
Alfred MllIr 31. a member of the
Windward Islands Battalion, nai'- k
rted Edith -rown 24, of Belle View,
Port-of-Spain. in November. 1942,
and In December, 1943, at Gros Is-t
et. St. Lucia, married Bculah 81l-
)y, 19,
Constable Smart, of the Trinidad
C T.D was one of the Crown's

Question Time
In Parliament
LONDON, June 21 (Reuter) -
The Japanese Government has not:
replied to a request for facllitier,
to send Red Cress parcels to Bri-
tish and Dominion prisoners of
war bY a new western route, ItI
was disclosed at, Question time to-.
day In the House of Commons.
It was also revealed that Mar-
shal Tito wants Yugcslav warship;I
In Allied hands to be placed a'
the service of his Yugoslav
Ltl.'ration Commar.d. The ques-
tion will probably be raised In the,
discussions between Marshal Tito
and the Yugoslav Prime Minister.
.The all-party Italian Govern-
ment set Ui a short time ago In
Rome with Signor Bonomi a.
Prime Miniter is still Ip office.
The Allies asked fo- certain under-
takings of collaboration and theseI
have been lriven.
The Turki'h Government has I
agreed not to allow any more
converted German warships{
through the Dardaielles.
The Heuse was also told that the
export of chrome from Turktey *"
Oermany stopped completely two
months ago. The whole of the
Turklsh chrome output will now
be sold to Britain.
In Bulraria. guerrillas are
oesratine and there Is consider-
ible political movement opposed to
Bultaria's oficlal tro-German
policy, but no Informatlon will be
made public Just yet, .

Civil Defence Fill i
City Slit Trenches
Civil Defence have begun foWg
p trenches dug by tba in Cin Mi
squares for air raid swOelte.
several have already beaO filed l
Woodford square.
The "Trinida Guardia" under-
tands that decision to do this ws
iade by the Civil Dfense Comfi.
min, which take the view da
Wench" In te pres t ntga ma.
m Would b prneda gpp l t f"
oequitose -d eaeUsPnt ipra"
Simalaria. *
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a the park will be rOhed wa,
t asMcertaned., but It is wdr- 0.
o.d that their nowd oIs ow
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King Pet
For Conf
ROME, Junie
announced tonig
oif Yugoalavia i
Prime Minister
with the Alled
Ivan Subadic,
ter, said King P
with the Allicd
unification of t
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sister's arnnount
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G llFall Of Port


SSoft Spot Located
Between Bristling
.Iortress Defences
QUARTERS, June 21 (AP). -
American Infantry patrols probd
into the southern fringes of Cher-
bourg tonight reaching points le
than one mile f'rm the water-
I,, *front as the main army massed
an overpowering weight of men and j
metal on the surrounding ridge
in preparation for the final de-
struction of the Germans trapped
'suit ..>e t The fall of the Dort, appeared
ratil, as r r only a minatter of hours Reports
Seraton, asr he I reaching headqluarters during the
town captured by ray said the advancing Ai,,ericaai*
h "to.) found a soft spot along the
Cherbourg inland road and t4-"
wayv leading from the south be.f
|Rum tween bristling forts at Du RouS.
Ium anti Octevllle and penetrated to
a within 1,500 yards of the har-
S 1'71 jbourg waterfront.
N 1494The fall of Cherbourg -
1 parent because the Americans
hY3W ~1I ~have surperioritv In hitting powe
T1 U U & from land, air and sea. Thus 5
.. ... days after the landing t' Norman-
dv the Americans are ready to
inc 22 i API.-An batter at the gates of the city.
.he Oer n garri- wlhoe control would give the
irg by 9 a.m. today Allies a valuable point of eitry
wsa br,-adc.st this for supplies, but as the troops
> Allied army field tightened the are o steel an)It
SNorinandy the Germanrt erimneter defences.
m said: "1 ( Vyou do they met stiffenting oiiposltlon
ilg now you will from strongpoints fixed so that
ir h, meland agaih. tle lnel, of fire criss-crosse.d with
I de-speratt, Thou- one point supportlne another with
'es are waiting for interlocklng bands of fire.
ali death on you. In a swift thrust from the south
Allied navles are and north, the Americans a cui
Ysu have no other through only scattered minefields
o 1apitulate. should and a less elaborate yatem .
r nOt surrender concrete, *ire and swu emsll I"
he full responsibil- ments. They galned the r
o f yt.ur men We top positions with a clear, close
tLMT) today June view down into the port, thea
drove in down the La Dlvettt
..... River road, the best approach to
thetown. At the last report--B
er In Ital e ven these were long enough O
Y laved in reachinR S.H.AZ. i
^a am a suaRest there was con~ldrw?
ference able ptogrpr since -
Americana were In
* 21 (AP).- It was Aainst the last two
ght that King Peter for, qguarding this way Into
B in Italy with his Dort. For Montague de Rouile
for a conference the outskirts In on a 450-foot
vupene Comimand. anti east of the vallv road
th Prime Minis- Octeville on the ridge just to
Pet,.'r was conferring 'I ,
Command on the West.
l fighting forces Despatches to the I1st Arty
la., The Prime M1n--Groun headquarters said the feel-
'cement said that inr was strong, there that ChetY
Cited Malta while bourg could not hold out much
a conference with longer. Coastal roads east to Cap
hich resulted In an Levi and west to Cap de LA
many points" be- Hague are still In German bandl
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West Indies Businessmen
Discuss Post-war Plans
T TBS periodical oo*M ge of the As-
sociated West Indian Chambers of
SCommerce are landmarks In the corn-
mwcil history of the British Carib-
bean islands and British Guiana. They
bring together the representatives of the
businessmen's organisations of the varl-
ous Colonies, give them an opportunity
to discuss their common problems, and
enable them to speak with one voice. The
exigencies of war have made for numer-
ous restrictions on trade, but the seventh
congress assembles in Barbados today at
an opportune time, when businessmen
can plan for the reopening of the clut-
tered channels and for taking advan-
tage of the opportunities which will be
presented when victory is won.
In the circumstances it is natural
that post-war trade with Canada should
occupy a prominent place in the mat-
ters for discussion. The Dominion, with
which these Colonies have enjoyed such
excellent trade connections, is destined
to occupy a more Important place as a
manufacturing country, and there are,
therefore, excellent prospects for the
development of a more mutually bene-
ficial relationship than in the past. The
resolution to be moved by the Trinidad
delegation with regard to steamship
. "'services with the United Kingdom shows
that there is every intention to main-
tain and strengthen the links with the
SMother Country. The congress will, no
doubt, draw attention to the mistakes of
Sthe past and emphasise the necessity for
British steamship services to provide
adequate and suitable passenger and
freight facilities for these Colonies.
External trade will not monopolise
the attention of the congress The war
has taught us that intercolonial com-
sMrce was too much neglected, and the
presence on the agenda of a proposal for
Its development may be taken to indi-
cate a determination to exploit it to the
Aull. Also to be discussed are the devel-
opment of secondary industries and of
the tourist traffic. It is undeniable that
these islands have not properly capital-
Ised on their resources, and we should
remember that the higher standard of
living which we seek will not be attained
unless we are prepared to develop these
to the fullest extent.
Proposals for a unified West Indian
currency will, we feel sure, be welcomed
by the congress as a step in the direction
of West Indian unity which the existence
of the West Indian Chambers shows to
be desirable. The question of the repre-
sentation of commerce and industry In
the Executive and Legislative Councils,
which the Trinidad delegates will raise,
Is one which is common to more than
one Colony, and we can expect unani-
mity on it.
The presence at the congress of the
Comptroller for Development and Wel-

tre tInt WWt Indif and t 1
and CdaSGiD tub repneen
dbowaaaapuciWaon of the deet
the d&cwlns of the assmbled bu
mW am I* to have on future
bean trade.

Examinations Should Fi
Into Their Proper Place
MANY thoughtful people have Ion
that Trinidad education plac
due emphasis on examinations. To
the secondary system seems, tin the
of the English White Paper, "a n
educational path bounded by the
Certificate," with insufficient em
placed on the broader purposes of
life. Pupils often appear to be p
for the external examination fro
moment they enter college, as w
the emphasis placed on Latin and I
even in the lower forms. Why not
attention to English Instead of
scramble after foreign languages f
tender age? Why not some ear
struction in civics, in order to gi
young student a sense of response
towards the community? Is prop
tentlon being paid to character-bu
and bringing out the best in a pup
stead of merely ramming thing
These are some of the que
parents ask, and the conclusions
have not been satisfactory. Thi
perhaps one of the reasons whi
Finance Committee of the Legis
Council requested that a Directo
Education be sent out to remode
whole system. It explains why the
val of the new Principal of Queen's
College aroused so much interest
why there has been general appro
his remarks on the examination
tion. Mr. Hutchinson evidently
examinations to take their proper
as servants instead of masters, and
to attend to other matters whicl
present system tends to crowd ou
doubt he is collaborating with
Patrick, the new head of the Educ
Department, who is preparing
gramme of expansion to submit wi
1945 estimates; and we know tha
Patrick is in close touch with the
cation Adviser to the Comptroll
Development and Welfare in the
A letter published on this pag
terday expressed the fear that ex
nations were to be abolished, and stui
thereby deprived of the passport
good job or a university career. Suc
viously Is not the intention. Exa
tions must remain, though inquiry
show the need to change or r
present affiliations. What should
abolished is the tendency to make
a fetish, a sort of educational Mole
which the young are offered up,
matter what sacrifice of imp
essentials. We do not want our ch
to be "unfortunate victims of an
tional experiment," as the letter-
thinks may prove to be the case, bi
do want them to be educated ar
merely schooled. We want them to
good characters and grow up to N
ful, God-fearing citizens, with a c
broader than is necessarily repre
by the School Certificate alone, hc
useful the latter has been





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~W ~ e ~ ~ !~~' r 9hJune, 1944 TOILET PP
90,6 1110 their manfor
a of TIalldenit Surgeon, St. S Men failes,
PryJustified ? .oy th
Ithem The x or, Tradad wlw of t o ,tayres peruannu mtould beut h

School contempt they "esrve, were it not Op aton tfees are pa al d Port-of-Spaito.e
phases for th fact that after readinee qt ermp idedt Cnutreto
them I listened to a very rousing Of o eoud be a
scdho o l an dIn111VC1. have liked toi by a seuta-ulication n tolboeaddresse d, Ag. Secret dy. o
c rno hlae ermoel on ba Utu- to the irectormn of Medical Ser old Pot O e Buldo.
ro w nmedT pasrlpuai As age of uTinidad, and the succ nsulc- t. V ent t.
ch r conte &At they "Aser v iscfole s w e kt not Op .as n seded. Noa p urter Port-of-S Th.IM

phSi in o r thbu""t tevw ehvent thatnd pafter red*q frer n h fe ~v~oo a e 6 uaroctlters ore provldebe a0th June,1944.".,
1m the sp e .,.ws fuly, n, Ca Btad wiase didastCw be required *, d i ne m -o--
n th in titown concei att.' duty imdwediatell or as soon Cine -retire bu heen- Mr
nteloo. ,rle after section. e"Lit of Prohibiti"on
Ftrenchn !noer- ewmn.In smee ow oeoees. L DOS SANTOShn in the "Royal Gsxet.
authoritative and admirable. His Acting CoonI Secretary. December. 1943. is
more writiungs, now eaucative. His logic, amended so as to Perit .
Snow mciorselesa. But his com-n vo r ttton of Electrec &U
ts wents, how caniud. And i ll ts poli- El t ent tae o te o etU
a bnowpps te. -at, er no a- ]Enlistml ent of Trades- Cinematonraph Ap ratu
owo aW cle an no S placement of similar
from a b o"ui t tre c anoa n oes sstmen In the Royal holv worn outa Mde I

nd is et abnd i Pantly cletoI retBrtarr optl a aettn smn Airn Feoefrther wh-ol, p oran out and HS
'y in- t derstand polmcs. 4 eeda
l n pair. or totally destroyed
Let it be mdlde abundantly clearb..l Air Forte flood, or similar e-ttr,
ve the that Gomes' expulsion trom the av or--etoa cs r w
West indiap i national Party was m in ares not provldine I
sibility neither prmeditateu, revengelul 'aa; "'- n '.r
nor "Inspired." But he was de- ,ams....fTt 1 notified forgeerli mueme
er at cently, duly andlegally ousted. f o ,t .a ti n e general tin- unt r MIu
The Canon wrote of melancholy a een vd foratn that th e ovr al Ag. Secret ary, 015.g-
We'G has been advised that the locale
pldinus- rt ebe the reflection a we thn o k recruitment of tradesmen for en- Old Post Office Building,
i i tn e sorr ti regsectto e n Brit s ec istment, in the Royal Air Force ,. St. Vincent Street, "
is Into we brush sige t he ucipleas w re has been ausended. No further Port-of-Spain.
have sworn to, the vows we have Commandos played a big p rt in the uropean invasionoun Jue 6. anlication ,, therefore should be 20th June,1944.

spitoc e buoish axusion the partycilea wecutyadteEgihsekn ay lloa tI ie reytecmr fPupSresae .""'a-
made, and the trust we have with their speclalsed training, Commaundise sa e to pearhead sent to the Industrial Adviser.
bet the tt have Invasion sUCeofully, using their r Uluerfinbes, and enduram.Fsce until further notice: but Govern-
st.ions betrayed to veCaon ome rme r resistance. Major-*enrA Is . Im ee the new ment desires to thank all tho e NOTICE I,
G t ons Gees' application for member-
ship in the P0arty bore hims igna- ommande Chief, directed the assealt itn Dift aues in 1942. who have offered their services .
drawn ture, testifying that he was pre- and also those who have been l, on Clearanee sain
. was pared to live up to the priniples f at o B ood enough to attend o ftcial Ordinanie, CIL 7, Nft
and policies thereof. But what do r tS ese w tests. The candidates concerned NOTICE is hereby glvy
y the ws find? Hils activities in Grena a t are advised that io further action the 31st day of MAy 1944, -
ithe were In my opinion the direct e will at present be taken on their tion under Section 14 hiof,
slative opposite. be applications. In the event of t"'e Ordinance declaring tfthe-
The clergyman then wrote: "Sub- I Yarecruitment of tradesmen for en- out in the plan herelntK
)r of tract the layor of Port-of-Spa n istment i tthe toyal Air Force to be a housing are was
1 e and his Deputy and the Party Hospitals in Great Britain are hospitals may have to find a sum being reopened a further an- the Planning nd
Sthe paes into insignificant mediocrity, in some cases such elaborate ranging between $48,000 and 96,- nouncement will be made. mission.
becoming as dull an the proverbial institutions that their organi- 000 a year. In the London area
arri- ditch water." He hinted that Dr ation would surprise those alone the hospitals have to find A certified copy oft
Royal t's popularity is confined to the connected only with smaller $57,600 a day. ha resolution and plan thors
South only, and the Hon'ble Roy i institutions in the Colonies. The main items in the hospitals' FOR SALE to, have been deposit
d Joseph"has by no means acquired office of the Plann ingt i
b, ad Joephbills are: wag es and salaries, $22,-
van o the status that will pass muster as By EDMUND ROBERTS 000,000; provisions, $9,00,000 stir- Commission, 2, Stw
)Val of Ipublic figure." Commenting on the proposals for gery and dispensing $9,600,000. Of Port--Spain, and wit b
And again: The Party is politi- a natidoal health service, Lard course, this last figure do s not Frehold Premises No. 21 ra nsr between the hours
ques- call nondescript and cluttered Dawson ol Penn, resident of the cover the value of the voluntary. aabwngS sI
wishes witn names which register no im British Medical Association, de- hospitals' s vics. In private Street, comprising a lot of land 4 p.m. from MonOdImlt
s pression, and he woul w have us be-clared that Britain's voluntary practice, the skill of the doctors and a Dwelling house situate at Dated the 17th d

prussianabl aprm nencou andate uac tonbe-teemyb nytoald1SOlweladvse ~ ~ ^ 0 *'~
l ieve that for these reasons and hospitals system is unique In this and seurgeos would be valued at l it e I t 1h
place Gones' expulsion the party is in country and the English-speaking many millions. It is given freely the corner of Philip Street. Sealed I, G
"veryevil case," and "faced with world, and that the position of to those unable to afford big fees, Offers in writing marked "Offer 21
the nemesdisof moral M palsy." medicine today is due to them. and this Ls one of the glories of rlannin

h.i -al the heap t rumn thuhhat neve reade neeren Frase Straeeeet" tn adrere teeto the- -
1i the Well, I have never read more On another occasion, he declared this uniquely English system. Frase.
'It. N o e loquent political nonsense. Ia i the voluntary hospitals were "our The running of a l arge hospital Public Trusteeg aRedsHou are I NOTICE
herethensi non 'sof lementaryc ornb u greatest national heritage," and Is an immense undertaking. The vilteE, I
tMr. inned, i t is here hiis ychologyian they have indeed gained the ad- pharmacist and his staff, perhaps *
tbad, and it is here, inlore than any- mi ration of the world. For more numbertng a doosn, will dispense IN TH SUPEMi
cation where else thearticle, e.thatn he than 800 years these hospitals have half a millionprescriptions, and the B TINT DA AN
allowed hia powerful but unbridled snWed the people of Britain, and radiographers will take 50,000--or CONTROL BOARD uIC TRINIDAD AND
Spro- teeds of thought to outstrip the t debt the nation owes to them more-X-ray films. At one.large --- lPublic Notice 1 I
s of oug increases rather thanlessens with hospital, the materials for medi- that one of the
Tt h his ains ca he loou the b the passing of time. canes, etc. are staked in large store- -r wl t
These can be no doubt that the rooms. This institution uses every at the Court H 1 B
it Mr. preacher wa s filled to a point el yte a tan d unsin on Thurd .td '
overflowing when engaged in his Gre at S train half tons of Epm With reference to Col. Board of June. 1944, at ten
nt M. pr h er ws id tal e a dt s S tr salts, four tons of malt extract, a Notice of 11th May 1944, pubished forenoon for tie pIUr S4
Edu- glorious exercise, but like the iton of boric acid, thiwee tons ofin the Royal Gazette of lth U. y Ins applications bly a
prince in tattered rags the glory At no period In our history hv Solid caboll acid and other mate.
er for of his comments is bedimmed by they workd under a greater strain rials on the Sam in he r .1944. It Is hereby notified that exemption .rom_

,,.- o tinkao.But prncite a wofrted oundery ba gratrsai riael sx bdonm wthe am scale.i warro es wil no be grate fo* r the at th Sasiofis to l b ll-
t inappropriate attire. At all times, than since 1939, but the staffs, licenses will not be granted or the aSthep aison toda ib
West it a ismore beneficial to deal with n tr.es, doctors, dispeeasers, whmon- importation of wines reerred to Of-ai on MOnd
mediocre and honest-minded men ers, and the many other people who 1, 0 Meals Daly therein from the United Kingdom of Jne, 194.
than hold traffic with so-called make up the corporate Institution o at present.
-'ig shwt-' wno may have mischilf we know as a hospital, have never The caterer mey nave to provide LatprsINntS, And Notice Is on
in their heads and treachery in flinched-even during the heaviest meals for 1,500 i arsona daily-doc- Ag. Secretary, Control Board. such applications f
amin- their hearts, blitzes--and they have responded tars, nurses domestic staff and Old Post. Office Bulding, tlaed after the aid
Butler in my view was to every call made upon them. patients. This may run to two mil-7 St Vincent Street, June, 1944.-
dents a mecticore and honest-minded Actually, th re are 1,028 in all, don meals a year. That is why te 'pi A T
t inau ar:d the people ral- ranging from the great and historic one hospital In normal times--when 1 Port-of-pain. A. v. 1.
to a lied around haim; and we are ones in London --St. Bart's be g rationing was unknown used to 21st June. 1944,
ch oh-prepa red to rally around any col- the mos ancient-- and the large order 400lbs of meat daily, and this
election of men, or any party whose prlovincial hospitals, where more was put In cold store with the
mina- principles axe admirable and moe- than 1,000 patients may be regu- week s supply of 300 rabbits and.
ive sincere. So what! larly in the wards, to the little cot- chickens.
Smay Again, it is be iBause of Games' tage hospitals in our rural market Fish, sent direct from the docks, r
S "sizeable prominence" and the fact towns where there may be only totalled 1 l0 ls weekly, and vege-
odify that as a public figure "he cannot one or two doz'n beds. tables were consumed at the rate
be ignored" that his undignified We do not always appreciate the of a ton and a half weekly. In one C a el ss T a
d be actions warranted stringent hand. immensity of this vast system, hoe pital there is even a Jewish '
ling. Anti the point that the Pmt- which treats no fewer than 7A00,- chef who prelpatres the meals for "
them tys decision "harms Gomes not at 000 patienLs a year. It might be those of hsown faith.
h to all" is cheap argument, thought that the number needing The arrangement in our nee a t oest
Here was a dominating politician the hospitals services, considering s voluntary hospitals are marvels of ..

aleheewsan qry into uetial malny' doe cline. Bult, actuallthe opo st cenda tre aian th vy pro vincs:uples of esoalavn h ra o usts L iv es"oiM~l^
at no preaching a doctrine that ast modern medical treatment, woula efficiency. To mention one hospital
tw-se; here was an influential man decline. But, actually, the opposite centre in the provinas: supplies of o t "'-
ortant setting a pernicious influence, Here is the case, for the number was a naesthetic gases are centcljed. I
was a parent who made a child rising in peace-time by 1,000 a day. conveyed through pipes from the
lildren and disowned it; here was a dyne- ground floor to the six air-condi- A'
mic personality who went on aIndustry'. HeavyToll tioned operating theatres, through-
ed uca- mission With a proud look, and out the buildings we panels of col-
hands that shed blood. The blood This Increasing demand was due oured lights flashing In code to the P 0 L I C K N 0 T I C !
-writer he shed- was his Party's. his own to many factors. The heavy toll various officials' and the sdt-con-
kith and kin. He was not wise. and taken by road traffic, the intense- tained sixty-bed units are i] them-
ut we his "rugged honesty" that the fication of industry which leads to selves like small hospitals, where TE U TI
id not Canon spoke of did falter. more accidents, the treatment of the human touch has been pre- ORDERS FOR F
No one is concerned with Gomee'1 complaints which in times past served.OR HU
o have admiration for, or his oily adula- were given up as incurable, and the Linked with the hospital by unN
tion of Marryshow or any other greater attention paid to following- de'round, passage Is the nurses'T INDAD TURF
3e use- man for' that matter. It is foolish up casas, and also to pre-oatal care. home, each nurse having her own ___
to think so. But a principle was, If the country bas a widely ex- bedroom with built-in wardrobes
culturee involved. And if we are to get tended national health service, and hot and cold running water. Section 7-Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
anywhere, we ought to remember there is certain to be even greater Electrically heated trollies conveyMism e etn-Jn 9tuy]t,
ene thtt principle is always great- need for the work of the hospitals. the food to patients and there is MdumrM eigJn 9h uy1t t~0
~wvr er then the individUaL. It is a striking fact that between even a room lor arranging the -
owvr As I am answering a clergyman the years 1925 and 1940 the nutmber tients' flowers. Right away from the vehice must approach the savannah by wa of.
it may be salutary and inspiring of beds increased from Jus~t under hospital power and heat are on- All v~ce
ito remind him of the Scripture: 40,000 to nearly 100,000 and out- vayed through underground pip~s, Street or any other street West of that street, andlw m
"IIIIIII' 'These six things doth the Lord patients by more than 3,000,000, and a mechanised laundry can horse-shoe road by the Dundoell Street gate.drcedI.
hate: Yeassevee are aeabonina- savannah or
teo: ea, proud look alyng tbongu Threoe, thio t o is easy to realise that handle 45,000 pieces of washing Carse wll be, parke O n the os-e savanna fasidirecteb
tand hanpod tooat she ying oenguth must be maintaining this system weekly,.akdliis ato h os-herafcn ot-
And h earts that eisehe winnc-eentm st vewry great. lIt Is. for it now It takes two and a half hours to of members of the Turf Club displaying mnesberhL '
blood. Anhatta eiet ik 9ed 70,000.000 and the largest walk round this remarkrable centre. parked inside the horse-shoe on marked line facing W i
ed imaginnations, feet that be swift ...On the conclusion of racing, ears will draw offtotS
in running to mischief. A false C ad Aid li. d W ar f road,and leaveby the udonl Street gate,
witness that speaketh lies, and he ua o ig jjieEf rtCars atteniding to pick U; at the conclusion of ,1
that soweth discord smong breth- 5a a5 sa byr rt h the ChanceryLn ga.e.
AsirrON 3, ALLEN, By WALTER WINCHELL plot the courses of every plane in Traffic in the vicinity of .ueen's. Park West will bt
Pointe-e.Perre. the ritish Empire learned to do the discretion of the senior P e Offier 0on duty,*
Pon~ -Pra Canada Is the only one of the itt in the ountr1 north of our Empty taxis will rank as diretW by Polic~en5Dd 1
U. 5. Allies which has not used border, to approach the Grand Stand entrance only we
Speciaisets W ned ease-Lend help. Most of her Canada has mobilised the might- Persn arriving on foot should approach the O0, 316.
The Ueditor, "T'inidad Guardlisn." money payments to the Allies have les of all her resources, her central footpath from Queen's Park West oby whc
As I understand that tiler is to been outright gifts because Cant- fighting people ....PForty thousand the Grand Stand ticket gates by the new overhead!
be an island-wide campaign for the da is opposed to piling up war womnel are in the Canadian armed thus avoid the danger of crossing the ffotor rod
crofvnradiessaswlasdebts. forces Over five thoutsand are in parking bicycles will be provided.
an inquiry into the Colony's medlS- The Thnlted States Is Canadaa the Canadian Navy Services and Persons leaving the race course after the race on i
cal Iervices, I suggest that at least beet customer; sand Canada is at 2400 a~re in the ]g.C..F .... On to use the overlwsd brilde and the footpath 55 5 to
S two or more gynecologist and~ the top of the list of our best cus- Canlada's mighty munitions as. the lines Of traffc. -*
sent for from London or thC U.S.A. Canada is the world's largest Pro pesn Is a Canadian women. Re A.Erk
iNo intelligent man or woman. ducer of nickel and is pat~ionily handl the techniell signal-A.
would deny 'that their services m~ the only source of supply available hUg devices and secret naval codes Police Headouarters."
[rqlre~dj thin ,l~id, thO sam I to United Nationsa..,. -ad bellow it or not, they plot Port-of-Spatin. "'" ''; 'I"

A thoroZ g hit.ic A medi cer of lead, zinc and mercury, and the convoy routes. 14th June. 144.
c examinatio prelimid d er of asbestos. terrifically Import- The Canadian GOowvernment had -
maTig for both sexes...now a tieships .... She is a heavy produ- found them so proficient VACANT P 0 ST
in many states why not Trinidad? gnt on aircraft carriers and bat- that women are used as ,' VAC
Is It intended that Trinidadians Canada is the world's largest pro- instructors Nor is th*.. t work con-
are to be kept In ignoragos along ships and an expanding number fined to Intricat Mrechanical de- % ------
tae lines of health and sex science the mot Important discovery of vices. They overhaul ai'oraft en- Headmaster, Grenada Boy' Secondary
by our Govenment or our medical tungsten ore yet found on this con- gine, operate power machines and ___________--_
men? Or are we all satisfied with tinent is-now being developed by actually operate the new instrument A-- r ta t
things as they are? the Canadian gvernt dt-ect.. which determine errors in cannon rApplications' nonvited for fy l the r a5flt. 0 041l
The Archbihop of Canterbury It's the backbone of batUtle armour, are. Grenada Boys' SecondarySehol. TheSalaryBOfthe
recently stated the following: "I ,Th nTewspaer you are reading Pensionable, is M500 per anniumu riox by anni
notice how sience on the matter of I n he Air probably s tt nCaneadian CO6 er annum. Appointments may be Made at the
x has given place to complete and onpnt ada I by far the oter de if necessary, should the -u1'lifi stief
free discussion. In my judgment The Royal Canadian Air ore largMt producer of newsprint Ine utl such a concession
th is Is a greatImpovement has 200,000 men manning Its planes the wSl. invite of her terrific 3. The ualincations require$ are a University .
I think that when a learned ...There are 36 .CAY. squadrons was_9 = M I sendig mo railn int education, appropriate exrie.SePPn
gentleman like him makes a state- overseas.... The Royal Air Porce newprt to the United Stats nentary school work. At least two t55 1 .r-
JI iment of this kind. other people Itself depends for one-quarter of i tman edid at thbe star qf the th" liNtlmO . c*lll i
everywhere should mrealise that any strength on CAZ.crews...7be war. 3. The Headmaster will be qulred to t e _,ll
efforts on their Pt to inst O British Commonwealth AirTTi- AlWO at of it goo ln drectt 'ttbllskhment in conlideratUon of which e I
Cl ngiagntsrbatsomethods isbased In Osnada ... ....... eeppon .Of on .war e W uart

0 ^ w ^ t < Ii or^^y .^ Jthe- M-.<. B A
s eucat'ionareab urd. it naiyotttdad o teSchowlI
actually criminal d n Pr Tac every nao In the ser- oews U, Poeetiem has 4oune 4. esavemwed yAttendantsof the -,
Tb only pay attention t thedviOe f hK lMajdety, *b 9. hoas2 M erW *of -wt o ad initestablimbpont, can accommodate 15 tde
cIu Of Veneeal diseases, without-anythlbg to do with W 8a lk- heme94 A v nor1 ,, Wbe t
r emovin s localprlbeeandd how to ul hani sJ O "w s e -aIan eWsouldbe
bln n or ntgliene can on* Clan d a w acre July. 1944. (8d1J es V
hav th pani ofIe14t1 t W M s 41 O the(SL
hay vel~rsult ofalont inuedmrowping the bad #ewan 11 Set- Ua t 41* 0 Nba 4J. 0I
Ida~v evils to continue mIa~mulimtl, /i i,o
it...fI-POIRTSOLne n.Igt o fhe sw In c an& ...s toMhowUna-.aper
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SMherbourg Imminent

r 'mericans Mass For 'Kill'
^.*: ypij FMIINU S PASS lb

8 aI P. finso
*ir sagi~eso lowm10
WerV,tsai t the
an tms event-
-oto eonflmene
Mo g o the Ntu
g g esuld be put
Soft at kon

id oun a e(ba ot~ute
the coma aackt Los
JIm f~ort WY and
I-t as outto the out-
?' o b Ong. O the
it dips down to La
8Xteh 8XAZ.F. lnds on
*Im maxs, x few miles
Vio ned then to the
I to four miO north Of
S wa dtdisclosed that
ptufe o Vaogne, the
Sound an elaborate
ed fortre stand a heavy
0 just outside the town
his road alops down to

k seemed to have passed
iWMIty for a major scale
attack against Carentan,
ekt llnk In the Allied
d as the Americans are
sing into -stronger post-
0ee across the f lodand
west and south of the
.A.EXt. had no further
clin on the operations of
proacwsg St. Lo where
1 patrols were reported
Smiles of the town. Some
i heaviest fighting of the
boat is raging south of
Hlulles In the British
dwae the British captured
Mree and a half miles to
ithwest and swayed back
beth In a bitter battle of
for control of Hottot, a
other east.
$heas from General isen-
advance command post
5k far in the beachhead
11s Allies have destroyed
San tanks, Including 27
d Panthers with many
.4 1out of action,
iFrumtate Nazis
1eHottot AArea

vm th oetman to Arrender,.
Iitt % the ha t their "o-
dU= Is hopelesa and prmiogM
tM fair treatment.
-anwhun, -% naing
General Elebower's Ayanoe
Oomoand post i Allied W mc"ues
In Normandy ha ve*wlled the
raks of th Prenoh Maquis by
thousands of recruits and patriot
os creasn amperAg
aman troop Movemsnta. In pla-
ceas the Maquis are said to have
fought pitched battles with Ger-
man troops. Partilarly in the
Brittany peninsula Jutting to the
sea south of Normady, Mquls
forces cut rail lines and cled
repeatedly with the Germans sent
to try to cope with them.
(Rupert Barre, B.B.C. reporter.,
said that they have smashed
railways, roads, bridges and cut
telephone lines and they are
known to have held up a crack
German Panser Division which
was on Its way to the front.
They have fought pitched battles
with the enemy in Brittany and
central and southeast France
and they have also given the
Allies immediate support In the
Normandy battle area. They have
cut military telephone and cable
lines and delayed troop move-
ments and in some districts they
have engaged German troops in
combat. Barre says of these gal-
lant Frenchmen, they have done
a terrific job and area gaining
hundreds of recruits every day.)
Dense cloud over the battle area
cut down flying this morning but
yesterday morning, according to
Supreme Headquarters. Allied air-
men put in one of the most effect-
ive days since "D Day," flyin 6,000
sorties. One of the operations to-
day was an attack on five of the
sites In the Pas de Calais where
the OGenans send off their flying
bombs. These launching platforms
were between Calais and Amiens.
American Liberators were out again
thin evening on the same run.

Finns Pursued

By Russians

sex m, B010141,
e151a rm 5n, spearhead had driven beyond
STHm wH In Mmila. six mile. orthleast of
June 21. (Reuter)- An Viipuri and was within less than
oan declared today 10 miles from the 1940 border.
U n top oaf the Boohe. Following the crushing armour-
beem completely frustrated tipped pace-setters, columns of
to drive a wedge into supporting troops strimr out many
il d positions." miles, are flowing through the
ppid said the chief rubble and acrid pall of Vlipurl.
Today was In the Tilly- Other Soviet detaChments were
iia and in the American reported by Red Army corre-
,tm id Oberbourg. The spondents to be mopping up
SSofttot, which Is south- groups of Finns holding out to the
, 1A, h raed for 36 hours last amid the debris of the Man-
Sthire la desribed a5 nerheim Line. For all these amn
sed savtat" The spOkes- for whatever reinforcements may
K ad that he Germans be needed, the ultimate goal Is
fanatically and well. Helsinki, where tho prevailing
! German tanks have been view still seems to be that the
46 in the asrens.. The spokes- continuing of resistance, however
00sd that t he German Air costly In blood and material,
Iad its first daylight ap- would be better than what most
S yesterday when five low- observers would consider an
eaWulfs 150's strafed for- honourable peace settlement.
and Canadian troops. HELSINKI THREAT
i artllery had increased The Russians are now less than
ertyoonsldtay in the last 120 miles from Helsinki, which is
M and in addition Allied only a little more than the dis-
Ia ben meeting incres- tanco they plunged in so short
w flak over the Ger time from Leningrad. Against 'a
progressively weaker defence, they
HIl eld Ar'a therefore could reach, the capital
DWnbhin g in about 15 to 20 days.
s forces have made more Finnish sources expressed con-
SIna the battle for Ober- corn Wbout the possibility of
SI the area held by the German counter-measures In
* Is steadily dimlunishing. Finland. As Russian troops surged
I was given In tonight's forward on Helsinki political lead-
I e from Spreme Head- ers sought a way out of a Govern-
1o d has b filld out by ment crisis. It said: "Our posi-
Sazepondcns. They say lion Is so bad that we must act
SA ecana have advanced quickly in reaching an armistice
[ UP teo narrow peninsula with the Rustisn. Until then
Snow reached the German our only choice is to fall back
Spractically all round the along the historic defence line,
bGermans are still with- against the Russians running
Na without puttn up much west and north of Viipurl, along
B*nnam the Kyminojoki River "nd the
wahtt hbo is with the Lake Re ion.
sat I i a despatch to- Finnish sources aid that their
although thre had been forces in the eastern Karellan,
00Obvious abl n h
f obvious chan in the were dangerously close to being
couit Udcarcely be more trapped, dependent as they were
e American infantry on a single railwav line running
00rI fLr'1d have made them- tfLao
IS,, s e mon them east of Ladoga, which was now
[re .secureothn. ae hh open to Russian bombing attacks.
tiS tIO andthe reu-The Finns said ae German se.
ct and wtheyare off.l tion they fear wa a possible eoup
S Of Withint"h'ree'C s by the Germans, which, aside from
o- herbo ttrg. This, tn
Is veryclbourge fo Thist attempting occupation of certain
ant ry backed oup by asu-t key sports lil the west, might di-
ry.t The urman gunsu rect a blow against the capital
r ft ct erandgunsItself with paratroops.
.1 A terai5 v and thri The Finns said that the Germans
Sherican infantry, pob-l might even accuse the Helsink
harp small armi battle, they surrendered. "Aftonblad t"
$5l spea rthe enemy said Keitel twnd Jodl, Hitler's right
tigt and waiting. The hand military advisers, were exert-
imesays can in their own lng pressure on Helsinki or Man-
hit thg garrison a herheim's headquarters to continue
"M blow from land, sea the fight. "Aftonbladet" said that
71 results may be very the strugl, between peace activsts
St le time may be Almost and the pro-German clique was
itDEMANDE nearting a climax, in an effort to
r DEMANDED rebuild the Cabinet and extricate
I 'broadct today by the Finns from the war. It added
Uenhower asked the dock that the peace activists and Man-
av workers of Cherbourg nerheim were having "dIffliculties,"
f MUastrlal machinery, 10- and there were no reports from
anSd public utility plants Helsinki tending to clarity the in-
ructLon. Leaflets dropped tensions of the Finns In order to
Ly by Allied 'planes oaled surmount the military cristls.
-.--"~iimiiiniid~wif l tlnmiiiHitiflniimidiuiidiiimiiinuBniiwiiiinli~ii~iiiiiiii)]

nmething New !




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DebateOpened 'Acting King'

On Post-war w --

Employment I

LONDON, June 21 (feuteri-
Mr. rnest Bevln, Minister *a La-
bow, Vaay opened the there days' "
debate in tha Hosea of Commons
on the Government's policy lor full
employment after the war. is."
This policy, Mr. Bevin said, would!
operate whether Industry was RPp-
licly or privately owned. Is aln aii
purpose was to indicate how the na- i
Upon's resources should be harnessed'
to prevent unemployment. Thisl
Would involve more economic con- i '+...
trol by the G' government thn e*'"-rr l ,''1+ E j
Private eonerprise would be eo- C ewn Prim Umberto of Italy
couraged to follow the Govern- n" L.L Ubneroal o thoe
me*ts lead In timing the invest- l. -G el e
Inens led i timng te ~Real., and give the powers of
ment of capital and public enter- ln by hdk ftatho' Kig Ve-o
prise would be encouraged to sub- tr amano upon t&V6of
mit advance plans to Parliament Sm t thmesAlie tho f
for expansion and for new under- oh o the Al to .-(A
takinls, photo.)
Although Mr. Bevin did not
want to retain all the war time
control, he said that food rationing
and control of raw materials would C oun l m s
'-ve to continue. Supplies of many
things In the home market would
have to be rationed during the W ater Motion
change over to peace In order to
build up the country's export trade. h o i. JT
"This 1is not the final policy." he
said. "It Is the pioneering policy. It i vVith ut T l
means that we turn our backs on *--

. ou system m a and can with Councillor Ranjit Kumar, one of
safety begin to say we have left the five councillors who caused Coun-
old disease of unemployment behind cillor H. 0. B. Wooding, the Mayor
US.' of Port-of-Spain, to call a City
--- _______ Council special meeting yesterday
afternoon to consider a resolution
Slp' J ilebrought by him, aimed at taking
over, by sale or transfer from
S l by Government in the city and
r- A- earsOru no longer required by the
.,i Arg t authorities, accepted the
la A rge tn Mayor's undertaking that he would
---gain forward to Government the
Council's request about taking
BUENOS AIRES, June 21 (AP). over the wells which was contained
--The Supreme Court today sen- In previous Council resolutions.
tenced four men accused of es- The Mayor also gave the aasuir-
pionage on behalf of Germany to ance that the request would be
two years in prison, and acquitted sent to Government before the end
two others, of the week.
The condemned men are: Mar- Councillor Kumar formally
tin Schneider, 52, naturalised in moved and Councillor E. Mortimer
Argentina: John Jacob Napp, 42, Mitchell seconded the motion.
German; Otto Muereder, 40, Ger. Councillor Kumar stated that he
man; and Walter Freiwald, 37, had tabled tihe resolution because
Paraguayan. a lot of propaganda had been made
They were accused of espionage recently against the City Council
activities. The maximum penalty to the effect that its members were
would be six years in prison, always putting politics before
Evidence showed that the four water and that they had refused
men gathered Information regard- Government's offer to sell them
Ing ship movement and cargoes water to relieve the present water
for transmission to Germany, situation.
The two who were acquitted are He thought It was fit and proper
Helvetian Ortelli and Lothar von that due publicity be also given
Reichmbachi, employed as inter- to their point of view, which was
medialrles for the transmission of that they were not always putting
information, but they convinced politics before water and that It
the court that they were ignorant was really Government that was
as to the nature of the messages doing so.'
they were handling.I
U.L. ENVOY SEE8 THE POPE ROME, June 21 (Reuter).-Col.
VATICAN CiTY' June 21 (AP) Polcttl today assumed his post aS,
Mr. Myron Taylor, President Allied Military Government Cons-
Roosevelt's personal envoy to the midskoner for the Rome region,
Vatican, conferred privately with succeeding Col. Norman FMke
Pope Plus and also visited Lulgi who took the job temporarily.
Cardinal Maglione, Papal Secre- Col. Polettl was first Commissioner
tary of State. The American en- for Sicily, then assumed charge
vo of tLe administration of Naples
voy w*A in the Papal offces maeiprtn tie
the same time as Mr. Ken Har- where he made In portant stride
ads, Japanese Ambassador the the city to mor nor-
V,.,, .... i..,5,-',. .i... ,,, mtIreal conditions.

vau aicia bu t tif w twio. 'u a nu o


The Freehold Property known at
4. Sydenham Avenue, St. Ann's
(about 7 minutes' walk from the
St. Ann's tram terminus) is being
divided UD into building lots and
is offered for sale as follows:-
(a) The House and 32,244 sq. ft. ef
(b) A lot of 12.071 sq. ft.
(c) A let of 6.367 a. ft.
(d) A tt of 6,367 sq. ft.
(el Alot f 9,210 .q. ft
(f) A lot of 9,430 so. ft.
(c) A lot of 9,870 ft.

For particulars apply to A. B.
Bryden & Sons (T'dad.) Ltd., ,
Abercrombv Street, 'Phone 443.

St. Ann's and Diego Martin
Local Road Board

The Public is hereby notl-
fled 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,

lpmt N. -o


Chinese 10.0

Linseed Appears ,

Full Of Life
Lins'ed was permitted to feel
the blit ovr hrt.lf-mlle, which she
smartly stepped in 53 3/5 secs.
Yesterday morning. with a long
overdue spot of sunshine blazing
down on a still heavy and badly
cut up tras'k, A fAir amount of fast
work was put in, while a few other
trainers breezed preliminaries for
extended gallops today. The old
mare Linseed appeared full of life.
Needless to mention, everyone
wished that It wits not merely a
temporary break in the weather,
but hoped that the unusual spec-
tacle of spring the sunshine, is a
prelude for a much needed fair
Hibiscus and Thumbe Up were
companions over half-a-mile, which
they ran in 55 2 5. Thunsbe Up
gave thile foiut-y'ear-old a fair
amount of weight, and was
stronger over the final furlong.
I do not think Hibiscus will be
seen at her be'tt this meeting.
Thumbs ULp appears in good
Anemone comfortably sprinted I
furlongs in 41 4 5'.
Minesweeper was very smart in
breezing an uphill three luriong%
in 41 seens.
Hard Luck, a half-bred by Tyr-
relese, had much the better of
DiRty, when they worked together
over half-mile in 57 4 15.
Dusty actually broke in front,
but Hard Luck quickly ran past,
nnd remained a comfortable two
lenghts ahead thereafter, both
weakened over the last furlong and
finished lazily.
Jetsam (with Padilla up) was
his brilliant self, when breezing
three furlongs in 40 secs.
Sugar Lady gave Jockey Harris
an uncomfortable minute and a
halt, as he sat strongly against
for a six-furlong run at a two-
minute gait, ,o far I have not
seen thin mare let down to racr
ing pace, but she appears very
Rosewood, Coquette and Air
Girl, which were being prepared
at Arima, moved In to headquar-
tern on Tuesday.
They are being trained by IDr.
Cecil GIttens.

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in the Island of Bhrbados comprising the land on which it ands
containing 15 acres 1 rood t11 perches and all accessory building, to-
gether with all the furniture, cutlery, glass, linen, fixtures and fitting.s,
will be set up for Wie at our oflfce, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday, the 30th day of June, 1944, at 2 p.m.
For Coiditions of Sale and further information, apply to the
COTTL, CATWORD & CO. ebeltos,
No. 17, High Btreet, Bridfetown, Barbados.

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Wanderers "A" 14 lAdle'
Hockey champion set up a amew
oal-scoring high for tlhe soas
whnm yesterday afternoon they
crashed through the defemsee of a
weak and demoralised Chinese
'B' eutt, pumelling them to the
tune of 10-0 at StL James Bar-
racks ground In a N.LHL. knock-
out match.
With Wanderers predominantlai
play through both sessions, Ann
pence scored four Ioa*c McLean
two, Ida Daunt, Pain, De Verteull
ana Ironside one each. 6
The Chinese suffered from lack
of experience, and at most tUme
were out of their positions,
Wanderers forwards properly
fed by centre-hall Iris Daunt, and
combining brilliantly,* outran the
opposing defence, and had a goal
scoring spree.
Wanderers scored only throe
goal in the first half, Inner-
right Pain opening the scoring
feast with a bullet shot on
*In the second session, Moyou
was taken out of goal and A.
Thomas put between the uprights.
This did not help any.
The umpires were Mr. Halfhide
and Mr. Knowles.
The teams were:
CHINESE "B": U. Moyou: A.
Thomas, J. Thomas; S. lA Fook,
J, Jenvey. S. Henley: J. Hoford, S.
Lee Fook, J. Williams, U. Hochong
and S. Wong Fu Sue.
WANDERERS "A": K. Skinner;
E. Schuler, M. Cambridge; T. Cum-
mings. Iris Daunt, E. de 1Abastide;
L. McLean. M. Pain. A. Spence
Ida Daunt and H de Verteull.
Venture "A' and Wanderers "A"
will clash In the knockout hockey
final to morrow at the St. James
Barracks ground.

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Spare kindly lent hv Bfalvatoil. Scontt & k Ltd.

Do not let the war inar vmir
career. Study NOW to be readN to
grasp the new opportunities that
will be avalinble to TRAINED 'i
and women In the po t-war *eor-
ganisatlon of Industry and com.
m. rce. Hundirds of L..iC. stud-
ents throughout the British Empire
have increased eir earning power
through taking our famous postal
crurses. We teach BOOK-KEEP-
MANSHIP, etc.. all over thr wor
P luced fees to Ovenra.s s students
Diplomas and BHdiges waI'rded.
Write for prnispeutts snd overseas
students' testimony.
(Dept. T.D. 6) t11 High Holborn,
London. W.C. I. ngland.

Asthma Mucus Loosened

First Day for Thousands
Do alkttaks nf Bronhll AilthmA reneer If yoo U J"uel atmt trU
mak t r ybotrsB *ld sup for ph ie u y ia an b
brtth A youtftedr "ko e nlghe o nlda' freh alr ta m nN
that you oan't .l, Do you sU h gn a wa n tron bamd aoma per 5dM t 555
cough tryig to rali thick stra'l g m- Ing out your vry ifm.
ru.s and tro .n you ruptu.eS Money lack
Are sonm attacks 1o bd yt l k. we ,y *
1unabla to work Ar. you rald o ooldsM, dee iS Bo s -Pe, iIoep
eIpoeure and eert lAn food I i bt Ila t|1iB,
No matter how lone you have iutanesd sf reouleneryr3 Ot t p 55l5M
what you ha,' tried, we beieve there I o a prhae aew nd pellaivtl hup for yIu i- a I*ln- (or thoaisand. .ufliu runrta n5.al B&i
did medirlcn which wU orilglnay a donto'w stanln ytoiI of Urenonaim nm s
prencriptlnr but that I now available to that an Iron t ratm MM an i
tsufferers at all drug stores under the tae mediste reund of Youi nmoae n rntun om
of MWisdom.i. emty ua- unless yeS age ,sa
Mandate usually warkl very rapidlyr be- =aUn Oer this on
rcuse It rnntainsnredisontl intended to 0ou bsaven *v'ryttlnl icut
help natural loosen thirk, istrangllng es O cm s o yatsr W as
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R A r 111evnnt fure ,....., .
Brit*is Rh Cross ashity
m. Dunstan's For War U tinded ......
KitS (or'a- FunSd for alor's
lWrd MIyor'I Air Raid t"Wr1t Frund
'TrinidaSd rtigter and Bomber Sunds ...
Air Raid Canteon F und
R A.. Hut Fund ....... ......
Depondente Men, H.M. lpo ....
Aid to Russ ia irund .. ..
LUoal Enargenvy Pind .. ..
Britia Prisoner of War Irund
Kmnergenry Care Organiaiion .
Malta Relief( ud
a. A, Merchant Navy Clubh
Entertainment B. & A. Naval rorres
Unltled eryvle KnitUlns Aaso'itItnn
urlstol Recontrulctlon ruad
WI. Committee War Services Fund .
Missions to Seaiie ... .
Women', Voluntary Itervice ... .
R-A IF Trnsport Comtrd .. ......
H.U 5. Goihawk and lenhow ...
Mltitry PsII .. .
(Gretk War elif Ftunid
Anti-Alr raft WelaTe htp re Ron)l Naval Benesolni Trust.... .
Rotal Naval liub .. .
Pave the Children Fnd
Trlnil,ltdtanl in orre. Ijeavsp Fund
Amrerican War Iinds
Overseas Lesit, T,,hbso r'ind
Queen Cbharlntlt' MAterrity HploS l ..
Memorial Tablets, H M al'ISs
1x ServIcs W*l(frf lyociety
fihlpwreciked Survlvor ...
War i)Islresaed ,ournAlists ....
t'hldrin's H1eplits .
'lelhtng rench ..
('hine Red Cros Srely .......
Apiileship or lrh .
'irol lutde Relief FPund'
ii Ali91i1tn Cons, ,re0en t Itme
t A F to adets. -
Auiiliary Terrtilorilat Perviees
Navy TIeslie .
RC (' Pmenrn ,'anlien YFund
r'Pnlth Reif Ini
Trinidald t\ trees C.itnSti't Wlfare F im





IfYa k Of Trinldad
3 IMr m a n &" a m. .
SXCUMW tOe Act406 OoW-. 0ciaopaat h% 00.
S Gte*S at.tMded ajV .- t, m byt arls.Of A.
". m w at ~sn'ki ot se n Tmi O ioung f or tbh *spsrt
E ~ ~a ow and tMushGiana, whrol 3yutrday m e. -, fo,
-.-l by id the Assoclated BW.. toatswe oz OsmeO
te ftipadier MavTegrdato accompanied tisa
ML A. W. M DOSAm te B glish banr. o to. sing at 1 F.
~le 3 C Nwi ca Cro g a recital1At at. John's. s eSmboe
somomw, at 8pr via. wa foormaly a pro-owairal IsbW
His.rvet* Msri.cwtth anMr ceptionally*d e ompassend
C at ant IolMhed and clear. His two item, r o eer King",
UMb3tand "0 LetL MeWHear Thy Loving Kindes (a cm poition
p O tvr, will doubtleM be hl efito of thnrecitaL
i Ohuelinh of t. Peter, i Pornt-y-Pier. wa the cen of ab christ-
r fr emoany ony ar undH mornn T last, when Mr. and Mrs. W.
cu i woto ni brought iltier infant daughter to be baptied
*I% Api]ORt=WiA hel baby wore a lovely achristening
har bIe0n snt frmh egl9end for the occaston ani had
gud at I". rses baltismoa The names given to the Infant were
ia arbara.aond tsueodpronts were Mr. ead Mrs. James Carney,
PUS i PontPrtin.
A Iy then tookA pac bat No. I aers, followed by *a excellent
b given. b Mrs. Arnold. ITh, usual toasts were given and the
MI V"cut.
The guests. in addition to the parents and godparents, were Mr.

and MmS. 8Muiftr d. Mr.A nd re. X. Beven. Mr. and Mrs. J.-
a5s twMr. Strive, oMr. andvMrsr Auxtwl. and.Mastr Tom Austin.
'M& and MRS. JACK WADDELL., of Forest Reserve, left for Canada
A felw days ago. Asccomepanied by their sons, Pewt and ncarad
on holiday.,, and while there will take the opportunity of seeing their
daughter. Mi J oqieline Weddell. who i *at school at Loretto Abbey.
many friend: of Mr. R. L. Sullivan will be wrry to learn that
he is leaving Trinidad shortly. Mr. Sullivan has been living
here for many years. He is a Texn and worked u a driller in the
"y Brothers eniftel ain troruga.
IHr& was also employed in Venuela with the Gulf Oil company.
Mr. Sullivan was among the firt oil-drillers to arrive here.
THj VICTORY FAIR held at Foredt Reserve on May 14, ha realized
over 1M for the Win the War Association, and the dance held
an July 3, forth. Invasion Fund of the British Red Cro S society hM
brought In nearly 3300. The organisners of these event are to be con-
gratulated on the success of their e forth.t
MRS. DICK LAZZARI, whose baby daughter was recIntly born at
SPoDints-a-Plerre Hospital, is expecting to be able to Treturn o her
-me aatForest Renerve one day this week. Mr. Lae art was Miss
Kits" de Verteull, of San Fernando.
Three snoltht In Barbados, Mrs. Mercedes Plmmer re-
"*turned 1tweek, lookingt ver, well. Mrs. Plimmer spent three
.e In a nursing home, three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. Marshall
at the Aquatlc Club. and six week. at the Hotel Hatings.
During her stay there she saw a great deal of her daughter, Miss
Marlea pDllnner. who sItds school at the Uroulnctionvent, and he
:P.d a vistt to the Convent., where she saw al the Trinidad girls.
IfM. MALCOLM hAYLOR gave two paries on Saturday, one for
"*'**chfldren In afternoon and the other a sort of house-warming.
ft a buffet upper. inaost of th e ut.wen o the d le at the
'r Trindad Country Club.

At the Hotel Hi2.
Ainong others Invited wer Mrs. e. r. Fletcher, Mrs. Hiv, Mr. and
MB.. Cyrl Fletcher and Mr.h aend Mr. Ken Fletcher; Mr. and Mrs.
Altltair Taylor. Mr, Boyscy Barcant, Mr. and Mrs. ernest, Vicira, Mr.
Kenny Knag. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrev Almaridan, Mr. an McBride,
i .tw Prank White, Mr. and Mrs, George price. Mr. Botsa Tench,
aran Marquf ee. Mr.. and Mrs. J. Garleto, Mr. t dand Mrs.
Wnfsod ott Mie Yowr, Miss Elma Marquee. rMrs. Hiand Mrs. Guyn
de LCpeyroue, Mrs. A. Taylor, and several others.
People wall be aInterated to hear that news ha beMen revds
fr o em Mr. Roy Brotherhood, who was for som, tile in the Geo-
nglual Departmnnt of Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. Pointe-a-Plerre. He
Is at preeM working in Caracas. Venezuela, where he has met ninay
old fMends and M ade some new ones.
MIN. W. F. Preudhonnme. of San Fe'rnando, who was -ecently A
-aUent M the Colonial HosPital, hu now quite recovered, and
left TrinidAd on Saturday last. accompanied Iw her daughter, Mrs.
Dennis Otibbon, to go to Green Island, off Grenada, to spend a month's
JU IDra~tio Club ara onwe again in production. Theatre-goers
WOe Advised to wateh w the date of their forthioming show which
S expected to be in early August. As the public knows, this club does
invabisle work raising funds for local and war charities, and every
~ should be made to assist it. .
Th'atI Ui, they have chosen as their production "Passing Brompton
Road" a light comedy In three arts. and the proceeds will go to the Win
t* Wr AhsIoution and the Trinidad Association for the Deaf and
Dmb bo* deserving charities and badly in need of funds all the

QOU~if MeBmbers ft the Canadian Women's Club of Trinidad
are havteg a *a at tte home of Mrs. N J. Purdie. I Roble
A mUa. Pote-A-Plerre. at 4 pm, on Saturday. July 1. This meeting
heA sMpee$a86y Arranged to Introduce new members, and busiinems
;a not be diecussed.




.' 4

Parade In South Cancelled

On Account Of Bad Weather
"h pan usmade for the parade aX drmeabd sriSv at Na rrb
orammo N, t yoransf lfta omnectl with Boldier WiWktk ha
to be severely curtailed. owing to U r"in wsh f enb huify 6and
otimumiily thrmimoat unds m morning. The pad had to b e
abandoned, but the eravi heldi the Drill m wa very t prWmuv.
It ws conducted by Arch ;eWea
Streetly, the Lassos was rea byf
HisB Worship the Mayor of field Men
Fet t. ho HoAbt Timothy AI
Roodal. the addre ws iven by t M eetng
the Rv.. V. Wala. an4 th Police
Bwe a rynod hym essheets Us Iorshlp the Mayor e0
The services were well represent- Councillors of San Fernsado Bor-
a by .a R*_ Detachment, the lst ough Council, an. d some prominent
Ilttaon Trinidad Regiment, theolleld people were among the
A.T.., the Trinidad Police Force, i opl Hars by the
Special Police Force, Volunteer invited to t Town Hall by the
Fire Br igade, Home Guard, W.V.&., Olfleld Workers' Trade Union to
Britleshted Cross Soiety, A.R.P.
officials. Girl Guides, and Boy witte the workers' demonstration
Scouts and the varied uniforms all and to meet the trade union e*-
looked very smart. ,,.._, ~ ""-*
looked very smart claim last Sunday afternoon.
Among those present were Col.
0. LH. J. Mercer, Major Averill, The chairman was Mr. Ralph St.
Capt. Brabason-Drenning, Capt. Louis and the principal speaker
Johnson, Capt. Jenkins, Asst.-Supt. was Mr. John S. S. & ojs, the pr* -
Michael Gregory, Mrs. L C. C. Rob- sidta, of the O lield Workers'
son, Dr. and Mrs. Urich, Mrs. V. Ulion,
B. Walls, Mr. KEric Lange, Mr. A reception followed at the
Bourne, Lleut. Staubl, Lieut. A. Town Hall at which refreshmentes
L. Man., Mrs Streetly and many were served and those present in-
others. eluded Major and Mrs. R. B. Kerr,
A special "Invasion" service was Mr. E. 0. Stiobs, Mr. R. Donald-
held on Sunday morning in the son, Mr. J. H. Strand-Jones, Arch-
Church of St. Peter, Pointe-a-Plerre deacon and Mrs. Streetly, the Rev.
and was attended by represents Fr. Sebastian Weber, Mr. C. H.
tives of the Army, the Home Guard, Pouchet, Mr. Frank Pouchvt, Coun-
the W.V.S., the Auxiliary Fire Ser- cillor Victor Ramesaran, Councillor
vice, the Leaseholds Auxiliary Am- Dr. Edward Lee, the Hon'ble
balance Service, the British Red George Fitzpatrick. Miss Mildred
Crow Society, Girl Guides, and Boy Braithwaite, Dr. Vilain Mr. James
Scouts. This service was conduct- Huggins, Mr. George Huggins, Dr.
ed by the Rev. A. C. Trench, and Kenneth Beaubrun, Mr. Hugh Web-
special prayers were offered for the ster, Mr. Ma-sanoon All, Mr. R. N.
success of the invasion. Mohamed, Mr. Henry Dee and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Mentor.

Big Party Foday's Diary
Doi Basil Matthews to speak,
st F iday U.So. club,7 p.m.
Last Friday Concert by Police Band, U.S.O.
A delightful birthday party was 8.15 pn.m
given at her home by Mrs. T, Jen- TAmrrow
vey last Friday night to celebrate o ow
the 21st birthday of her daughter, organ recital St. John's, Pem-
Miss Joyce Jenvey.
About 120 persons were invited broke Stret, Friday, June'23, .15
and a toast was given to Miss Jen- p.m.
vey vby her uncle, Mr. Joseoh ,Lecture on '"Lfe of Carver," by
Sloane-Seale, after which her H. H,.dson Phillips at
health was drunk In champagne by Y.W.C.A., 8.30 p.m., Friday, June 23,
the guests.
Two novelty spot dances were Forthcoming Events
held during the evening and an
English and Chinese supper was "Something to Remember" Em-
served in the garden, which was pire Theatre, at 8.30 p.m., Wendea-
beautifully decorated with coloured day, June 28.
lights. Dance at Portuguese Association,
Music was supplied by the Merry 8.30 p.m., Saturday, July 1.
Makers, and there was dancing Grande fete. Drill Hall, San Fer-
until the wee hours. nando, Saturday, July 8.
Radio Programmes


:00 News
451 1 .-
.3 0 ..4 .
+& ... ...

,6 .0(0 World Mule News
:5 .Person
:30 Prog. Anne'm inSet VillagI
'45 NWs....
00 Dune" Must< News
;5 .Stock
130 .Duffy's
:4S Calling West Indies.
8 :00 Thrillr NeWs
.15 .. portI
:30 Talk Guy
:AS Piano Mai.

9 0.0 .News
:15e. sm
:30 .Songs from Shows
:45 .
10 :00 News Headlines
10 :3 Interlude
;45I ... ....



Vlews the News G I Ne->.
Waing Vis]la Muical
A Madness Cath llc Hotir
Yarns for Tanks
G, I oun
G-i AJcuura
al Album .... ....
e tore qreat MustS
Guy Lombarde
STavern Csribbean Cabaret
plng Crobhy
Ambardo Frontline Theatre
ork Po"rier News
at Hornme Latin Rhyihms
My Music Hall Golden Grove

News Nlght Owl Club
Tank Ewing lesait 1 4octuMne

And ContiMpin Daft it 4.45 and 8.45 p.m.
s:- M-G.M Prosents

'Pie IhiteirCiffs

|1 aDover

s --- Van Jonsohn: C. Auby S = f
== =-.., OamMay Wbfb t yapw=S


(Commentary by Quentin Reynold}
Plus M-G-M'a Speial Ani vesrsary Festurette


P layin EMPIRE pLayin
f Continuing Daily at 4.30 and 8.30 p.m.



7 SONGth
Including the Side.
splitting Operetta1, VAMNN

Schieklegraber ow


TODAY 4.45 & .M36 p.m.
and -
Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland

Tomorrow: Mat. & Night: JHOOLA

TONIGHT at 8.30-
Universal Proudly Presents A
Speciale Double Feature:-
with Len Chancy, Patricia
Morrison, J. Carrol Naish
2- Basi Rathbone and Nigel
Bruce in:-
T -omorrow: Indian Film:- MID-


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at las MUisA" o War Tramp"%, ew
NVwats sw A" CarLU serves
= = wgo es niB4sa sA m e etiulm
WeIt la rm" ""ateh Oiaw. A4 "
8aiwftN S toomen" am teos
M-aa so, puaeifts a oo. TD
Teiebm P51 at S15.74s memo ft



Thursday, June 22
A limited number of pases to
local cinema there available
to meycemnt seaman on appli-
Uaton to the Club Manager.
Tonight eal 8.30
Fo r Cebent "N ft" U. *
c,_____j irsonSL o,

PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at 5 8.&3 p.m.-
Indian Picture:-
Prem Kahani
In ,



Just Bee, Renevate and
40 Alfredo Street

The Keys Await Yor


Lovely Building Site

An Mr. One Acre. plus Ont
Dwelling House oppomite %
mile ost. Petite Valley. (Near
Garden City Frm) Diego Mar-
tnl. Call for full nartlculars

15 Pelhtam St. possession 2.06
16 Lu Street ........ ,000
New ottam. Cascade
modern e sonvenlences-Cheas
Lovely Bunalow. Long
Circular Road .... Bargain
11 & 1 Stanislaus Place
-Best Offer.
2 Ana St.--nmpt ,
O'Connor St.-vacant -
20 Roberts Street.. *
Island House. Monos
-G~asnree .
3 Alfredo Street ... .
2 Brand New Bungalows-Near
Golf Course. MaravaL

'FB Lit at once.

ULt vour urowty for sale with
U cbeetstse W. Yhe- --

Son F'd

PicTVtt "

Is..PIybyMnekrM-vsif UseMlkfas- be MMMS ie
Hear These SongN its...
Bra il-I Can't Give Yon Anything But Love-8t X1AlJKr
BDues-I Loest My 8ugar In Salt Lake City.
Extra"-WEDES IN AMERICA-Sp.ken by IngrlilHi
GLOBE-San Juan. '
TO"I4Y, 5 and 8.3 p.m- '
John GARFIELD and Mauremn O0HARA k ;,

RO YAHiiuii UiiiiLiiili





........ . ..... ... .. p pp" ill'R
Starting Today, 4.45 8.45 1
For An Indefinite Ru .

Added Attraction-Latest Fox Movietone,
S Giving Latest Shots on the Invasion Fron*

TODAY, 4.45 an d45 p.m. TONIGHT, ,. 21
Swing Your b ns ,
Partner, &
A Gentle Gangster JHOOLAA
G A I E T Y-(San F'do.)
Starting Teday-f and .3 ...
Extra-Foez' Movetene News.m


9TODAY 4.45. 8. 336p.m.- T
Martha RAYE ADUs M A ]

and "A
Jar.es STEWART, R]aallnd MARKET S1
SCOMEDY" f "Frankenstei

IODAY 4.36 & 13.1- TODAY 4.4& .nMJ
New Double Preg. TAhe UnfoeqietMi
,"CIRO" Starring:- Ladej
CAIROK Nerma ,
with Jeanette MacDONALD, "RO D EUCOfJ
and-- j1'. woo.
"Henry goes Arizona" o0 Sva,,...,O
with Frank MORGAN "TARZAN'S:





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28 Daysof Ep* eric El5
That Sheelk The Wo

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NEW San FerI
TODAY at x p.zL ONLY-
-A"D -a'
ITIONIGHT at 3.26 .^^.j..*1c1mwu

TODAY .M p.m.-
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wthROB33T WALKS3 & anO

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IIXI3A GUARD WI ~W~3AT. W63 U~, iwa~

deserves Judgment B To I Date Not Fixed For Start Sk

Case Sentence Appeal wme"inemW Of Foodstuffs Rationing
'~u~e ma~g iiat an mwcWal fare *i se6 M 1%. a% heM "M t "hs tlftlt *0t tisbw
,, la test t s ....m
uu ir h ,m --,-d-0 0 M" ,qla. r = u" pla st a ocsal "eoy OaN ptgo e, wil w is lWibgeo mm"lndMils i by Mr. RO. CM0.C o"- oerOeW
te Ve al at Ator-Oal sl .. a -b a be ti 3.3 C." c m tbt* i DWtrlbhutft Division ,t the ood ControlM i
|| A.lN. LMUeMaisttoeata L Oi.wtte. C uall thewefInsd i 5
lw- A I 1MISM *94m a 9LOws Wlk gruiew=*on ThmdsyT, Jly6Nu
qbmW re he Idaed to forteleit Wen ha convicted the toronnatlOn OUoSt Office -O-IL- An Information O ee c cm

,-, Itelo! m.nue tWW, .trd&,,0441- /
y_____ fl~muuuuuaum'Kvenmesi. pro nmlat hde
to "Mi tAr .avig. twe . i.Uoa .ay to the r b estsf wb wad e Goenmn t'& amw l Sd.t* w. ^ -.d;- _
.14- zrmaona. at weeklT Interls Sad the sub- U&aUU wtap .d
,Hwdjob eMt e t AL- 4-- ----e "iU f- ho,- r q *d ltC to ensuren, t l.. equl a
'Aa hiO j?= :_( ) D ". Darnarie's ding e distribution oat foodstuffs. wt0101
V11% n Hoim:t"d2)-D Howe;" (2 "Dr Bfl5s B l adecribed in broad oulin1 "
1'-- Child Adoption Society"; 4. -" w ih Qu ..u.alr '
6~i 4t th I s JuOvenile Dellnqewecy" (Ul o in the ret. Onrth Ja Janta y
WV.th. Quee Queredie dM w I n that t MBntSpldU t whs

,la e Attorn eyLarceny G Case C P aO niac ni j- 3 U t RneUn Lnldm.OV thad
Uh aitrt aysnlm a- ovd ne 04. Wllraised indecided in vwof an lterne tire
Woerto tiafterTo oo oede eh nC OUrtP ) .P"e Which wasconlsiderBWne
M andthe .vitimof a SAN 7IMbANDO, June d.-Mr. r0eUl 11Sl
.... "M" rF J.e C-maho prodFerriod e the a cacuseno Wtu.eringtanm Si n c thipe Lse l..n the scem
Maiatiswsa W shnd lst Court heretoday, ex- Three of Trtnidad's leading cayip. ll for 4 10ngtothre t"add been his al inJ ths El; INl
aid that prsed opinion that a teant had onions,. King Rtto, the Growler t0 At BAt chm In W lle
b wteUteid tcss to all fruit trees on athe and Lord invader returned to the Polowlh submit$bon by Mr. .t- cei. n .ino..detil.nd. ml
S wet tWintieodlm im, lt a tndfs she eoted. o n Colony recent, after a succeswul AleaUrw o appeared for Masonrt rent'ino d-l'us'e"i1t ma be
s e i hr d Yo ca nnot edal tr"n you're, tour of Barb Ltd., that a l isued for found to be necessary as a result
with the Transport Whn you rent a ptce you rent the During their two-aonmth e s ta f t no" a re o ti a rih",
no fruit tr s as well. The prmedial that Island they Wve Shows at the a stam Mr 3. W. J. Andr Pratod- resented otempl'tedin the T
ess3hs tcs dIel, larceny regulations were not in. leading Barbadian clubs. inc luding nftMistrt. reserved decisionfrgenral princes of the scheme
Sthaven t e.d tended for this sort of t hing," Mr. the Canriton Country Club. the C on we. as described in the aforemen- .
haSdaovermtohetwo Cuyamahocommented when Muriel Morgan and the Queen's Park The bill P oduced to the Pod -tcommunique., me s,. |C
...tShe..tet, him Ross. a Pointe-atPlerre Road vo- Shed lice by Acim Biah. When he Wo sron r i bei

the von the o t~ierat.. ..of the.scheme
m w the to te 'I1n, appeared before him accused The,', told the "Trinidad Goirdl- questioned concerning the tyrea on Iuthntvet Ote to nse
Ta, m a th of stealing three lemon. an" that they "injectedthe spiritof his n u the ateon ,he h it ^w --be -
te e .ct mtterto Evidence for the pole was that calypso in the people and left them-- bro, t nw ooertson
Ross went Over to a trace fmntng playing carnmv[" Preliitntaiy hearing of indictable "An annou cenmtopith reard I
submitted i'st t~ ~have come back here wt "onaantDnslGilAtoentr anndoun-centwihregarwibe
su -bmiUed f- that in the boundary of a piece of land she "We i ccusi uf God ca o cent And itb-tentr te wi
S t of the case it ba been renting and took the some new hit* on the recent foot- of larceny of the Prop e n sorin here
f L. mz3strate lennis. ball tourvmineni and on the last of the America Hotel, opened be- ade ir it inte oreas.
s ep, ecallyIn view The matter ws adjourned to goodwill cricket tournament, In fore Mr. A. J. Hamilton In the is I t impossible a te hisA- age
wfich thu poide Junmre 2T. addition to others on the peopP" second Police Court yesterday; and tosaet. 'ehte ---- t, 1 i---
nth, w .nduct of t pleJnei rand theI sland itself," they added, wa l be continued-today..- i t and ipor,_ inhe West "_
The the conductWefntheiro "n"e '
th *, the Proper w ay Th calypsonians were loud in Mr. T. Prescott appeared or Indies A conference of uply
manimproper exerciseHealth ucion their Praise of the hspitalit they Gonzales and br. V. Henry on officers from British Wst Indian
was bycertiorari or m eoyede behalf of the America Hotel. Colonies is at present tkt place
ontirrehhg or -tforIneNewnYOrktandnanions.other
t Camthidly hat _n Planned Hear plcain anai .,lad*ythWs
Acomprehensive plan to spread South Rent Board tendi Snubrs thastbeausethe in- t

and didrnot coe wihi t Sa uthontPepot, r. ". A
11dtcy omewith i nro.aspets he The bo.rd, omprisn Mr. V. tn. rhoaerdn mitnotrate. Bow aeh s Shipin Jutn man ithon

m~nt todeurc ofl L edu ,a__10 *n _a1 __. '<.,'I L e.sy ma; M. E, .L .n~ge/ ha the matter ldjourned tol pelef guilty to in accusation o(| i
ofAd o t othi er i ndlherablt actionn throughout the commodity for mmed]e useand eAMr. B. mc r. Mulloca tion O fWillf tuffs
, 1eatTce meant torney- it of etIndiges is listed for e 3. Par A p ecrati: fxe of refusing to ws; defend- oreen, al fied st0 and orderlaie

theor peadt n o oo er _,lalc s I. teB.W.I te ren on an ex psein tpplcanon ains JarrtU Lal and Saokna[t pay -27.> cost. And tomplnsa-s
.tberqeforn ad t a notlcu future. the "Trinidad Guardian" Trinidad GuarianCrU gmpmmdeut. nanatiMlt M rb&j two Central __

K sth en prewioinary o- wa learne yesterday. e AN Mr.NANDO. June 20-Pro-y. arj two South veor, u lon Mr. W. Andre n thel

thieMd by Mr.Bult wio Mr- Ed St.on _Ooce_,r_ tM h alreadi/ Standaard rent of 971 But- missedusnmade.f r. Rousea r.- 1p"nt Cour e Attack
su Abtey-dterl hadt unie,,Education Officer n Dr. to n E ort was fixed at S 1t mtte that p venArcbald. couM le Decrg that Green and me

iK a__ unleu that roght o ..s. al h and wt ,| pehra montr, on th. appeauon _o8 Sutsell a rp.rc _wr wm h knewother m.n had btcKn him a lew
ti rdm the SumRmardley ol B. HUi. of the Jamaica month by heeocan Mraen wre rent o to be a eeoy rnand teuru ta eks beor. Bonah id that he
rtanyce Mr ordelr maid*tde .s11taon oee n ot t1 Sre wa clxearo the p oin~emt, hav F. me g, hi -IaTI n $77Rodan C
orfaei took e- t .Bureau of Hygipene, oon Tuesda aude at 35 per moeenth on tting here appic- dite th at hle wea not quiteook orutt t ree
and ofdscu&ed various aspects C health The board, comprising Mr. V. V macho, the r magistrate. Howho iit A Sa S Juan manBolw-
t h ed ucatin u Mld also deopedat ont tessey, c-a--man; Mr. K.>-. Lange In the matter adjourned to Pleaded guilty to &n accusation of

sid ,ateo .dher and sderab attention to the new academic r. B. R amcarran with Mr. ul t police ing and beating William
of sentence meant question of extending such act W . Paul, Mr.Archbald. who w d efend- Green. v iedied o kick andered
pena elty.d the oo oher islands in the W,-- the rent on an ex parte application Ing Jarrahi Ll and Soknaai t pay 2 costsand
w ed t undrstod that the Hdalth by Mr. Augustus Duverney. Mi o. Oil S touth veidrs cued ion .Mr.. i. n i
E byr. Butt who an- Education Officer a already Standard rent of house n lot of refusing to sell carrotsWeek sub n Court.i
th Attoy-enerl had Submitted a reisedche of 59 at LeSEffort was fixed at $16 emitted that a vendor could fus Declaring that Green and soe
Ia appeal n le.s that right lectures I hygiene and Sanitation per month on the application of to sell a purchasers whom he knew other nwn had beaten him a few

L .from the Summary for the more edy thent trainingof Bridgebocan Maa while rent of a to bek a dewy aswnd further that weeksboy Nare. oManabl, and Pthat heul
Si r WM d er relsid stud- Friendly society herainingcoeges n house at 12 ring Strehet w fli ds. frMaiwmuthved up on in Matthew werehimissin Jogi Road andch or I
S Ree4laUonS. t crefte- t hd welfartme of health studies.- at s ter m onth on the applica- l ate use for th article Intendedhe dookys tor beingIy found within e M
_ite of the Summary Couprticuar nage anxpected the at this t scheme on of Sylvia Carutitmnoodle. to be purcity hware torehased. Greed of n orange the court hard at BowAran-
and a d it be read withng w ill p einto operation at there A ODemdu wa ht in beentdy scadout the person who nah saw him walking on JogRoadinidad ue.

r lourtr sinena e be applyi "eny.oyf.th c neiwadmic- ovu harhe_ Rum 1[.t Lavn Ow^" wM Informed yesterday. Thete men WhO pleaded gulty -
u rtse l oeuvre. nmewoademi BtCampaigneUau thea articlee was a ple- and after telling him le must nots

----- so---et.vaa their m^i., nnSun-I ruination of an underground drain stted, to expected to flllthe demand near the orchard atr night and on.0 *J
Ftill. i^ H At T! rr XlI l*~ ay morningg Jat, in' -onnectionl connected to an old S-gar mill at of. city _nd. cu tlry ,ho .wt:._- of them had an orange in hi* ti
goul Orrd ina ne ithth 3Cit tnniverry cleb. dranjueL Este, San Jual. Ian,__ ed to kick and1. I r

4l < r Tion -i -- I tiont / chep and wrleelO tows. -... ... ------- 1
nerr Uamages have been told o the ellent- '-- I----n v cuff him. J
(If t t Summary Courts I 4S

Which provided that Sr ne society Praissed Fifteen Desmodus Rufus and two 1 Oil t
todayO -n"e r wi that in thGovernment'n th Anti-Nr ph pi Must Pa $1 Fie
asSupreCourt."His CARENAE, June -ort Rabies inapto, during May, nrc- factuaed two and three uerB ea
obeonclude6& played1b the St. Antoine Union cording to the public H.:6oth De-kerosene hast* comprlising an.rt
to eam laid under the De Friendly Society here in promoting mmMatthew were
, Regulations. It created & Itha i welfare of residents of Care- pr nimt 'erh wil b t bhaa t, u |ined $15 eor m1

rlbt of appeal in a particular nag of the surrounding districts rat tiafternoi's Local Tuesday t week In on. of the days for being found within

iI cycle, could always count on 100 per centI ttfMltt, f^^ CoLUNI KOAD, )'.VA".VL | ^ -, sheer I
O had ld n Inant who, support from the socie y, ^ >~l / / ^.H.o Qo _a.___a__ Oy(<-l_ /H l rt l/
m defi moter)ditbsaying Su- was praisene ofby the Rev. Father A. Snt Authority meeting leading city hardware stores, have yards of n orange orchard at An -! I
ou ts ordinance hall ap pl y, O.P, acting parish h priest One Demodus was caught in been alra y sold out, the "Trinidad t.
t Bppeals."ram of thor eis district, in an in ad- cave near the Rum Bond Laven- Guardn" wasI regrettnformed yesterday These men who pleaded guilty

L: I weeL, _|b ILJ+ hwuf To mark '.he occion memlera 1 se 1 i , in /^R v P
----r, ---,ncu mat- -B ',,. .r-i pj.. i t eir'l ^ ^ r.. ^^B,,ao
,,,.u, o......... ^ teatne High Mi nS s I mI ,,4 1 ""-*'c I" i "/ I /
od ht o delivered to members o. the tille, and the otr 1 itduringe ,- Another big shipment it1 I
s.iety at their meeting on Sun- amination of an underground drain statedis expected to fill the demand near the orchard at night and one

. u e o day morning last, In conne ction connected to an old sur mill at Of city nd cotry housewi s of them had an orange in his
it dee tL ahd hall where they anniversary clebto a Aranjues Estate, San Jua who are still busy looking for pocket.
t w cIused entirely PLASTICS. cheap and serviceabl, yp Mrstoves.sed ,
nero nrleamag the -1h Alvbeen told of the excelletant rror Chea of Drwe, __M. Attitcmetru-heone ,.
OWGuardian Correspondent work done by this society of St.

Bfmt. and..MK~ltaUy .rode i-at colege sclence Club *t 30 \ ilM.llM9^i ^^U\ uP _. -: w =.* 0_~ ..* cn ro"' P-" a,.,M, "ew. t.. I '
W .NAN, Jun 20.-A tanureyutonicanmorrow, donIoUItOntBfIer!nE.P.wre -Tn ne PETAL.INI u-
M- aD tO other eAy eu.3U, t an -. --I .,I a n1o onobee 'U I wFURNITURE StAL, SAe e o Ci
tha n urge you al to gie your full >

Road t o oneda Mrhnco-operation to so worthy an or!- i In Ke ,an o o, f .

F^ he c on_ nhc 00(1 ".. P11 m, pl9 Loun ,: ,-"-"
|_V 0. O, rue. kastrttcted by iJ -- ^ lwMMSllIXiil p -r-A P^-Jt Bamboo Arm Chair with CUshions, m o. c.
B__ .a.d So pper fr th ,^^^^^ mT. EC..ZpM f^ ^^^^~e _.(t _. m _wt .. Ty pe ]rl nfiBE m p ._ / "** *
had. Its sequel before Mr. W el-omin H Fr..Kennedysat hi.on eeable, wSt.a- Micha els pat

>: Mr. A. Juiur,' instruct- vSW Ilf IHW ilI~lllIfi!!I II flc Iron 'nI rll~ee Touter, __ -^^ r .
Mur. Camen, ayI repre- a Fr Kennedy l d_-_ _ock. Cutlery waKxing TMhdy, t epit
a. M. Perez in the Supreme sident of the society assured him

;; --- --- <^^^5 F-t-- *lB m~i ^ X lr> nOckt, Tah Desk, Dolls m I9 *I
a*_,0 .. ll.l...nlln '^ SMiS *h r Ji tai **^^ _^_^^^^^^^^B ^ Trtteif ncI ** ouir ijif~ y " I
It here today. Involved In the that as in the past the parish priest t mont for
OWwere a motor-lorry a'nd of the district, whoever he was, o

0 cycle. could always count on 100 per enhntlh -.- i Tub r a yL 2ROA, t hen E he er-

EB CIlOl hv w nv-J- B m^ae. ,*, 1lO OaBnnBton me. Pnono- 'lli~ttiO~llt -
L Whi mother, pliajulan Absence of the Rev. Fr. a. >HUn- Saturday, 24th

sK0a been reported 0g., parishI rest, due to Ill- m I.
Salramn Singhi the motor ness was regretted. June '44

eIa i h9de that Belle Eau To mark the occasion Membersl ... /P.M.
the mto . t*1 attended High Mass in St. Peter's .oyd IHutchnon i 4N
rt moppearod wter oteav Churn4 Fro t Kennedy was the cle-Ii Irdy Golds m E sq.,
Ssol ill ,, lhs el.horsIgooduanu l bsuef ul Hh mb i .Golsmih E /q.
Loglidsd brant and the choir Was Comprised
wth It, inflicting of members of the SL.Antoine we wl el.hsgo nsflSe
Inrls, on him. Friendly Society. After the Mans Furniture such at- Double Bed
IL-h in him sttement of de- members repaired to the society with Slumber-King Spring and
Smdenied tha~t Shahid d't hall where they listened to an in-Rutn..ile MattresS Cyp Divan Discover Tang.. a
IMgthe motor cycle on the teetn drs yF. Kney with Spring and Springfilled Mat-
-road. He declared that a tress, Cyp Single Bed with Springi Petal-Finish
Seietwas caused. entirely 'LSIS ETR and Mattress, Cyp Mirrore~d Press,
*t~he egignca the Mr. Albert.Ker.Astat Mirrored Chest of Drawers, Mir. At last it's come true-thesone,
U motorcycle, Mohamied Government Chemist, will lecture On Dresser and Stool,.)'oeq' Ito NeWs i uehes the cer~~~ TI~ssS
~w ihou any wanig...odemplastics" toth de Queen's LngMirror Linen and Blau,'zets, sotn" h lans fa Oil %, vd
wihoue_ er .,'A Cp lntg at! ad harsose petal remarkable new tea rcoiplet
And negligently rzwC Royal College science Club, at .30Icuts, b! ed6 han
cycl Ino o agins P.. tmOnew.BUdet, OlaUM and E.P. Ware, sure.- Tangee's new PETAL.FINISH inuwles
pCf*m.e mtorlory "ItSewing Itihls, Tea Trolley, Two -cn
c. ad themtrelorycausedow.Burnier 00 Saeve, Three Burner cosmeetics, hey bring you exusto
anbe thereby causted Perfection Stove, Kitchen & Pantry grooming, l~etterivil loveliness fin tion. t
of th yl nWihWare, Oven, iveeeser, Morris Chairs andhour. I nd a
Doddd.'s Ointment I F *_bur n hus
V j edand Greq LwingTpe CDir.anai

I ,la a brown complexion.
eSa s an Halited for hear.
m % Pest-of-ailn As-
will begin on June 26.

htu List 1944

of San PFrnando al
a 00o-operate in the pre-
Of -be MUl UList bY
titon to their
eo" nrolled M asurpewes.
M..in for forms on wbicb
n M et out their qu& -
S Cmi mut be pro-
e twee the flrt and
iy of Jui = t.
,r,. 31.M IWrk.,
11 Tawn Olerk.

For the purpose of removal to our new
premises and for Stocktaldmg
we will be

From lst July till 15th July inclusive
While we are closed our customers
may obtain their supplies and pre-
scriptions from our Branch Store at
the corner of Park and St. Vincent
Streets, opposite the Globe Theatre.



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wonderful Healing
[1 externally give
te all-round aid In caf MeoF
ums. bruises, mere and strained
e. Soothing, halhna, antiseptic.
dian Heling Oi safeguards
fanily aainst danr of infec-
Vmd internally it a eocaciotia
ughs. colds. bronchial afflictions
mpla sore throat.
,nadian Uoaling 00 froam yor-
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Phone 4157, I. Cu>r djiM *-KN W ''-'4b W1 T MI

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Standard ULe
A-urnee Co.
I tteabis Wbe the Wed
latrine fer es. fojtw,
Maria. Iquar. - .0.3.

SA bottle of DIOXOGEN In the houe-.
bold mdicine cabinet Is the bet kind
A@rif m of health insurance for every member of
the family.
iWherever an antiseptc, erlmtCIdeo,
disinfectant or deodorant should be used,
jDIOXOGEN will be found most e*flcint
and safe.
DIOXOGEN not only provides a sitm-
,7 pie, effective' and mafe relief front the
Pain of many of the common accidenta
and injuries of everyday life, but as a
preventive of disease, its value can hardly
'be estimated.
fjoryoaw prellect', (o am
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.L tW**0" -!' saeitniin' O-*-* nrt (UO U.S- 'rl- . (enx) Petit Vally. tc
.- at=&=aM.s 0,s6 Past
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Ef.-L -$s-- A "t sM U'h PI. Maio--- a" T estVACA-NTH Lmua (am ear ciy

COdRNssr. .S- wES=w DSIO3wwB J^ uu5. ^* Seas j~g !.tLlm~gdg. is7-~^
=M9 A! 001 4:1' ImayAa Nltos d, 1S a Al oa -2 2P ros NOTICVES at3
oIV*AIN ismsas" fWq asP o mY.-VM W k j1A

II-* _.gy~ tw --S tO- OoeUls). Daly1~J v-. -iO UPS BOAT M5 a S with maita 2,Wlii" "BrSUW r.^lSL ."-* T PUDLIC is becebmaUled that I 0~
a h o o s v anoe a Ing 1 11 a k bgI N g !P a-Oe n-
ns.A.). en 1164sea AHEy 5,.Ca e. Nt reA. et,-June,9. ,,o..m *',, irSuder.OL" Mh-e.us m"y hu e
1jk inr Bal.paZrats mra( Nano oe el yefrs..l o a ete

ag. 3g a earequency raye. -.cJuly 15 .. .r O II$ Jib 2 i- .sitole, N O S 0014AN1 i
S ^^ ,-300m, ESSM? (gab--mf bmsi.S 2 *an *%Bkil htr mralo K.WIW^y L.d'N-Agam WN.it*~c-

uN (______p__et_ 06k________(t ___ LA- T lCAA REA (t'AAoneB orIsh-July l Iin Stest. Petit ouuig. uam JanL u b etld t A
hOVincent Street. 'Pbh one 512., Hsw m Apply MR A2SMDE E yA pply hi a t @tw o s l s m

meA01 KiTa l~~ n- D0Crellou Luncheo anodtOo DJnners the S ilist (f ef Jobst-S 'S3 orrs 74allick an iM5 Ido t iso
( 1d.N. T *, 'or Two oih S THA.'T 3I myself responsible for any debt or blets
wor motliny cusp, Wealo erango nto patrrs Free when Re-Covering. Lols out cont.eeted By h. h bye Batia left mI el
mA pmasis sllsa- NOuasfor BAtin =-Aly tm, W-for our love ty ad on aOro roomI, PROo PE FOP SAL car and Pr otNA lellor aid e/iM.
for v*emt enrsiloo. l w 2 tA do tw Burau they will M o B our work. The Marta Hill t. Auth-. 2T aJot PUBC I hereby mod that IC
MO TO R ETNM1-apis tOY roshL- nend-arb. Eraetion oam not under the protection o my bu-
teel and Wooden trUcture, Tanks. i.m44 OETS.be"
:*I, 2.N H ISO"& ,c W. Ra:DEalh wit tams Br. iesCo Pp2 A N te aI la I t S, nHK4 otn
R L bI Marag... et A-SRVCSANDR EPAIRS focJdim.rreeod tapne. hiesi or s, IIin d e

la m b oeOL.r Inserted by o in FOR Baa R SIONMO3TOReletig FII BRA "Ap IOyB U:t and L a-t3 Sanha t, t e mANN. BAVIN,
AVAy ANCIES XIST at Par n fr U. tO Corneia S leet, WWoodbirtlk -June so0 Conrwt anuudas sepicUanks. eln ADO or eigh-tmle frm u it Vl.'e SLANI ANEmi R .st'
*K^CT yong s.I. FO.tRt 3 wrk. Weldngan2gnra6repa Irv ingst oree.-Jl t Bune.1a&" J 2an.5 iLpeIC Is r oulS treet

.te~^-So*r" Awly 1923 for R SALE PaRD t9S4 COUPE Rumble wOA.. .... .--?^^*..p.
aI s acio. Re... fulalig ...r. 'A.. a MechanIcal con rit T god TyIe 4906 Robert Gitte s manager. 4 -.-Ju 4, THAT VALIJA E Tw-Storey Rs d- .-June 24. san IOeW Dn.a

0%0%0 piytoMr Vinen street Pha DTE RlUMBRELAT S CmAD E by~t Aplywthia.* SFe'Slt&'y Bdmm*u. or N.* anJuelone 23 te myw
D'lciusAplicatsmusWav lke 'oew 1,500 F.m 'I-" ALTheamBaya k, T ePhr
-n e and, -'should- n api n -June' . . etc. 130 Charod tA Straet. -July 9 Clair. etand on pa Tous gr d men. hve not ld or heard from my mno
w~mith a.ontanehI, to a o n C V. 1S37 DE LUXE Town etn JOfIEPH BENOIT, Expe. Itovse...- srinn twenty th usn seVemI hnldred Harold Skinner for the past eight years.
"-Je.A ,, perfect contlo thro hout pairer a Oven-Maker, 112 Cliftolne 1 u perdIal feet, extebdin to Alexade and it as my intention to re-marry three
'rd lrntd -luur n. 2 ... .. ..... W E T. B o-g B W NPhoe SS une Ste etod pecto by a ppoLntmtl, 'hoM ths frothy s d tat. o t tl
MTA ID. reuirsTred. gni waes and E ffer accepted from owner with permht. ANE'.t. GARAGE, 91e 6 'icceadly 7bl7. Wr itten onfera to Mr. elv t V Avti frpo lblt dtor AndS rKINNER,
12 __ lfr.edo.St-reet.-Juns 22 o n -ll "Guarld'V n '.''-Ju'=, ne 24 Istres. 'Phone' iSiS. Careand~ Trucks for Frttwliliam, PO. so 75. on or before --Jun 22. Woonrooit.
AnN, W E rm en ml. NO I TR C C or by One wn 2 tracted by her,
A M .. e I P Petter Harmonic Inuo u-r W al .in h irf Gra S vely sai. Metal and @w lre June :IE0.-SOAe o T E PUBLIC Is here 2/y loth Mtilefr t aot
av. for oth e or pheat friom my-Jlw ife r Lici

WAED. 1MMEDIATLTF. An ofia c NOCiiTr He ound oaa ON HECUE CYCLEne (tGenli p oly4 tbo*SrtJyl TKPBI etyBtflt~
ai. vIh-June oa newi Robertsor 'mtket u l -ppl Bed. G 2Beral repa itrt a.l AEOF VALUABLE PROPERTY. ies t pstng si yor neriS Lo iy wifen t
COCOp i l//NUtll PI dI a d o a n w Ro et n EngIneerlng m e of vehicles. W e ale char ew clas lnvestm e nt w ith a mat return of 1ee rhe-m s s tarry th e m o th af ter th n~Is p tol
re m fo St.Aar ac Estate. Guaa-I Works 'Phone 4-. Edward Street- hire ttea.Jt 23. Prt s ORS furthererstAeue.
are." With attractva pay, free living July 2. .write to Boa R-l "Guardian. '-June8 at JCLAUDEn."UR s
and other acill.apply to D.. ..E 1140 MOD". ',ood merhnla ADIOS REtRIoERATORS FOR SALE fORmAL-Bcnstotdct Y II
MtdT FO.. l St. A T ...W o.e... s.... .. Ta.. Pi Ca fNtOtRt Vll, BJa Roanl lE w it f Joe 2ela bert m a ke .ha tin t Mi i
onU the state, Vor T e. Lr in ,nll M O'TI." M s ... Box. ., Ie ,EaC. 6-TUBE RADIOb Refrs pratenored n tural eprld s situate an Petit V lley. -Jn ems 2n d estlnnl t .
"-TB-. X'~iNCDhue FotiVI TOPE," 91 foo tryc Large Frigidaire. Apply: Widdup. Diego Martin. P~rank Pelter. Phn 6e5Us H PULCiheejnfedywe
w TaLed, o wE s.N tApply an Aply hon.-,e TiefoI..i, OwnersT i Polie .a B.. .. i 2nd June 22 o...r 6.-Jn 2h Malmfot oo LonNe re IAoMtl Ao ERd m
VACANC IESR R One'nt Medaro Kfotoe1 0 o CHAMPS SES OAD. RENA TWO r D HOU8BS Gd l undwd. of c.Ai., an
ltte yo ung e 2t a 80, c ........ or.. -ORs 1--4C, I -------lw orkE- cdg eerli rnaeuar .beutfu ay deb o1 *r rebs onI t or o b y h i, i
L s'-DAY G&CENERAL sERVANT Hsa. -n i.o....lng oue4 9M. Rert Glf OT. LA Ho-J nter2 that I r do not old myself res o .1be fo
Fly R1 ; tadl Martial--June 22 )IORD V-C 1o. COUPE Very good WHENC "6.-Jumne. 3. B BD D .I sBosGu.nmN er P l n41)Ga Stre et, debt or deEts 1BtetdbyDoha
Ia'a COOK. Writh know2led o3 2tlyr r. 'Pho]l 704T June 27. 1 oNE E -niluCrlE tCT IC t i." Vhl;'e ou nde o n Maif oea rato Id&ali h noat y "rn r, g w r ,palroltedti onl I
l withabt aga t oBl.d Alx CRE. 193" D"E"< -dLUXE Trw. Cotu p layer J tOSEPH BrE OIT, n.a dStavel e- l Cuttnde twetyrteoo. sandl reesu. n Wanre fmyarold an d pthepasteighrot Yeion 'si

i T" ad-^^. dtn. ,-Junen2 pe rf elt con itin throgot Rer ason abrl en pi re atlnd ovn V xkoruin e. 12Culaift r.oown 11111tsp rsa feel. "tollillng t ro A~andradI sm Inenio tDoLP~ rQ- . BY t
C ?L___ ._______Sur.Pr~o-pl J *2 'Il Polrt-ofSpmain o, 'Phone 3t8t~.- aan3 WAWL Inse ction Wlot by c Vap ston, Bllla s mostd THK from C t his ~ b date.dt~t
pKAID require, B n a t ed fo m otn erJr Itp rit. NANNw. orI Md1m7. 1 a*,ratoylJull 1 ()linorl V. th SKINNER .
R rlo 12 rltrolng. Itairy $11 1 i, i BoMar1n1, a"SGuuare.Ol-'phonea---6 Trc.-Jun s, rag_ io9u -. O.an.,0I. anoprby Dr DONALD EDW RDa dfr -u 2.
GSTh. _N WANTpED lo r n WANTED REFRIs. W1nTOR. -S CUIC FET. olic.- CWO FKE -StrEOnE. M T- -lyNL B2rk3
OMIr yNCo D r MeLPEaR n Rw g iH o Good c:dGtaOen. S4O 0M Write Dr. Thubroun. lalon 602 -July 2 THE PUBLIC Io hereby noted that I
.. I 1 t e Letun 22 WTET.TO" Wilson treta Besi. AuG sune.-aJune 25. BUILDING pSirITES al Malah aid am no longer responsible f or mMY wif e
tre Te. une2.WneD TUBE WESTINGDHOUSE FRID. E, t road. 4Bt Lo t at LvetLaOe P R Ruth Arthur. and thaot I do not ho my-
AN D with r tUT P.Ab eLERS O NE d.Bo AW-MII Complete, tn working listube WetionhotLe.tadoe I Prince Itreet. Properties on Henry t threet. Apple Boa self respost ible for any debt or debts rt
md r g it... n e xeT rince ip ay eeliv ingnJy 2wwth w 6 t7 ut eng On, ne only -June 2wt. -lu3, c, "'Guardian. -JuR IC. I trEeed by her, sRhe avn S et my ea
.bl A ntir faA ilitiabrApOffice, tlar to it it. Rndrlg.uOes. Re;,Gbie Pharmacy. aRAIOS.E roFR SALe FR L medFOR posaseson.A ls oM awitmtoStcs. N eRE IRT ARTHUR

fTillSed. Good tages.Applyper t-1 .......,----- A"T .. ....' -" and
TrinidTa L$650 PAply ,r"o 2.r..be ': oin.. R Forlun-JTlLy t FMor 51111u11rN apply1 D and -Junes 22 of 1

Asistant wit gootkoledg o Shrt Carl WAte ltree -June I or plyui to r~ish Noun 29 C habon, SU ~~true. lot REHL PRPETY newly~n*?l, 00'1- at lubl am noy longe rep ii fort my wfe
--nd, t. Al an g a4 e 4 eaperi WA nED IMME iATI.Y. AUFOMA" 01-Spain.--June 22" Newatlo's Vilea. 8an Juan. Immediate IOctavia nmbert. and that I do not sild f
ma._.Poet Box 23,.', city--June.22 o 711'l REVOLVER Write Jtov F-209. LADY'S CYCLi- Mr. Ciehn, 109 Aber- possession. Apply R. l urence. oppoite jmyseif responsible for any debt or debts
E NER ALS ER Tk .' uri' it.n Fernando-June 21 iy S ee.- June2C. School. sn Juan-June 3. contracted by her, she havng lft my are
ade of book-keepamg wanted, to wrsI POMFeRA 22IAN IFOO1 w-ltetC"P 1V reed ...PROPERTY, a Broadway. San Pern i and protection since April 16 s 1942. e

43.0^ pm ^ pD ------ coen h,,,le'-tr!; an, ;< ^: *& ,.~*r .. ...... v-^- --s-
D^ COO With. kno wld ge o ye.'h-e7xJn 27.v- ER H ND S ONEd ELECR I -bu UTOMcl Rtc. or lne "me root.^" servnt's o.t Ju 2" rthur m a rcyad"( y..,*n
5 t 4.30., po in. Jup a to tl7l o t oh.pu e aP etI l I' Y nod p Ph)nN .ckl, 33 nango, Apply 57 St. vinenta trpeet-- ALEXANDER128 pal teDO LAL SERTn O
star fron.. lit. Jul. Atol i JeuWill 4.l--JuneP i". 'itrltarta.. 22J
uhA. Club p Q ueen' Park W.'s' t; weN o w dtt.ard .t.re=Pt.s.-June 5Jun 2412 Eater Ma.-in Rod, ofie F i
hourss of S anti 6 p.m.-June I RtEVAOIVE:R, 45 (~.AIIBRE Stint .t- In RENTALS TWO FREEHOLD HOUSES. Good local--Jn2. artr.J
BANTDa G LJ MAOA. 5O WNgood cIRFLtLon FSALtae lrO an, ierUI, CFE ty. Apply Bo -n- "Gudi."-n'- THE PUBLIC I hereby notifSed that IA
A ED: P ow ellWre Aet.D- June oo 23.ciars Px i -210, 'Gh. B LIBTlE.a an June&24. am no longer responsible for my W tif
ANTD FIn iSe ErIESt.In I a.- Fernando.-June 2. RESORTS ONE LOT LAND. eulu n rooms and Rosetter Henry and that do not old
cAtb 1i M r Sn itrieet, e. eTuiir, ,uw n W T o .Dor.Wenhou i o in BA Po ness Place. corner ne vel.e Street myself responsible fo r any debt or debts n
I .and 2 onwth -June 2r. Ar Chhevroletse. Thme mltthe Ilte ninee ed cumtfrt at 'Genes' Vie. anu snd Southern Main ad. Curly e. Ideal contracted by her. sh e having g left my r
iEirMALE Be UTLER t Wanted. 1 A lex- and In gno .nti on. Tres es- IWndsr" Bungalow, nd delittul sea- b ines locality. Apply Eels WiltiLre. re and protection bout 3 months.
etet* Jun. e ce tla l Ret1) ly with ot. ero. in wrtinc Re bathing on oreing Be n. CD tacit S Mrs. Bowen Mt ret. Tuoapuon a; Erline Mt- AmOeI. H U. AENRY. -
Sa-Juty.A n 25. P i nTr tindad .eaeeh 1hs I.id. Marine V. 2. C,.ppN Forthi ng, lareoads, or hbammed, M nroy treet, Cureket or -nJune 23-
-tto Iw J 2iNUareG. Port- 2. apol -June 2d .loal >n are o uu. utton to tree n an Fer- wendoi ne Walott 14 Vstta, Bele l oad. ,THE 'UBLIC Is herebya notified that Id
S'MWATD. MAL. TOTTAGE tt rine l.t 1Ini unndo, or M. Adasl"n 1. Traareits Road. San Fernando.--July 1. am no longer under the care and protec-
.- ---TIO --A-Trounr-d St- James Apply I, eat O- r or "r Ml.lJugniohunsingh. ltuetm aO leet, 'ptin.- TWO 8TOREt RESIDENCE. 4 Bed- t io n of my husband Evansl Berk.eyr nd-
EXPRIC ED F BOR Ki A End G.yene of Par kuAttB lee:J Hlord i, Vy Ju l rooms, all other conveniences. 17 Freeling that I do not bold myself responsible for
Asistatwh goodl. F l e f C and e Gen rl o hr o ne S -uou p l- o rAN',C E A Ch O U lSr e rtn StrEEt L8,00. Two Storey Residence 4 atnam deb or debts contracted byl eho ay-w
'D dur.td, efficient, Wrllss e- rWA TO NT vacant. Contact. Sultan c ,itn. Ian i'er- Bedrooms other convenience. Viatabeila. Ing left hli home sInce June 17.
t u. Poat Bo y -- i2. -s t WANTED TORENATlt. untA o '*'phune 442.-June 2A faci s--e. R.000n House an d Land. AGATHA IERKLEY.
in" t. 1e 214. UN1"UN "l> 01 H OUSE, rent about EIIILIDA't 0, TOiOAUO at Wetreck Vletabella. Vacant 4000r Nine Lots Clarke Rochard Road.
OF CE lnC Box T IC REV L VO Wlrl Pe nl. LAD Y'S Cnd Mr with Bord | JOSBoH A. R. Lporr
bI o SwENT, REPONa BIwte C (.ERK 8ov e.si1 6i7i2 .n F.-Jun 20. tUcat eoue, room S with runig water. L.7and La Romaln. ,a00 feet frontage 54 A00. -June 2.3Pe a
startPUBrom lothereby Apply at the

oenra i or Acco untn 'tre r., WA L) r t t5 ae i gu O ,d o Icalty 'Icel Rent m RalsO lovely LurrouOndepnds. n Apply Chi. to on r do tlet -Jun tense25sp s Baera
A-YI.tE Salary. AI DLy Boa H-l c s' :ih 0 0 -I 4l tatec-J uie 3 u eyr Boye Phone 69 Gr2n Affoo.-July2 h- a. Appy anant THE PUSt CI e r t h
cus'" i'TY 42 1 S -Jly o SAm M LO RDO H OU OL Kay a Write Juni24.e 24 am no longer responsible for ny debit
lind an."---Juo e 2 ltol. 2 3 <. Rt,'SORT, rrAH l 'ol"'n Dat. e 'abv LRes. eT C y l. HOPE ESTATE, TOBAGO, four miesa n or dets, contracted by my wIfe AlmI
street,- S t.- Claireo. bnwe nti T Wc ro ,US D ARS;i 74 tq WHE N H?3. Bachrel .--JrHorprek 3 stem myself,20n rscreb toB r* an y o
from Icearboriish. 1oo- Durity she having left my hotm and pro-V
tret Jue -J unet23.1 or h ll. Teem ust ru Iete tlo l 8n. co. ToobagEo n. betweenil 0 ,Sutirn 3 Manager's houoe She AUGr UTUd DURIT
s"NI.tuns 2. 1e tl COl R UPlihE oerly arrived i n Robin sit gon, oruo en( iontau. Pont, on water laid on Copra house. Coc NtrL ef.E
Dr I OS N L WTrinlrdad Lssl tho l oiLt ad tilo n N. s h pr lui aeApirrthig *n i ste O am md r y p Manager. hSe Lr.ee' baacks ed house. -S an Ferna
or -uitita.IFj tiyelab a re etu L ro ly o h ao ir3nal rsol a PiTW S tO lY aRES IfDEt aE. 1- ."---uoe m s --Ea B rkeynd.

3 *"E EN E BO K EP~M~ ,)l FAugu n litlee t AJI .l w x I ulnnn: COM- RTAly ROO (o ro omsi alu (l. othe cnein ces p Ir aauro i that J.doS t hod m sl repnie fr
XUniti N (Lady).a Filin Banntln Tobo, ofic KA. m en>. 2 BEAC H w 8 tr"t-- Bo m, Street $8,00. Tw Stor y Reiec. 4 nt to debt contrat ed r hCim ktol
Eucted effi a oit firrst ,d. WrierttsA ID T RiuT RET v T AND PLAY IN BEUKAn.S En Sa. Ber. mns ti ., p. ens. Frr o frtoh pd a Jr THE PUBLIC h i hom eIb i Otne u that I

sposandtios. ox Q-10, ;Jaer-mw UNFNME H^n^ -OUSE, Crent na 'Phone 41~i. *-Ju 29 d~n" AGATH BERKLEY.3'v>"> ^-ua --
SUPiardan. *aJulue t4 pI re and ro ngy the eautift Gifml ae cii eas.e a..0ly toW N.e upr ey..L Alfred Franklin, Chark*n' Iaa am soad,1
U11111r- ,of-Spain Phl ne ha tee. June Ct4 Junt 2i. V Nine Lots
IPOULitY 5,,,~ p$E$ 5100 ltEWAlRU br dousee In or aroundt I o '"su~no Carabble.'" the dstlibtrut ,' 4 i~.... ... Portpe ...t. roioeie fr any debt or debt._eon-
lci a) for -Jane nrPoh |and modern sesiereot n t 1) BUILDING Wr LL i lte rto. my Irise kung t er,

1" iLAGNT ESONI *FCLERK Land, La.^ntmrt HOUSEn, 300 feet------ frontage $3.60.EENT -June ._M L 23T pae.
w os toorl Acun d weei Igve- 1n Sgts l oRWARlD or Ul rno t.'o u u l e Vnlt cent Oradad.l e.-eb.s 6. IUAptl autsbl. for bu-sti-nese l 2 t t oeT 15 L 1hrbn4.- y an otied o n
see rtoS l. 'aPy .e A 2y ..-Bo a R. 1, we4.9July Jl O All(; IA.R lllpy P hoe Ccd IO LaJund e 2with building enclosed' wth ntultryl IaALon ge Re. b fran .
0te unet. E21Ea U..--Jun Arw. tJu oi or tnsLO Hei a er tW I nettiHngP t3E Lot E o T Land, L eA sor de b i *n Etr d b mtyf l
CI J tha t live and gysroll, from Dx~ a.tro-u c arad Os.Ecletsea bti Sabru cul2ine .Mode coOveniesea, centrally . rr rof -June m oea.. -d.-pr-o.
w.N Saddle od. Marva-- MERCHANDISE |situaled fur "buses, clubs, etc. For re-Chinholm Sleet. San Fernando. .Jo-i,' 22. Arthur ArchlRtBd, of Pfyoaad, a"mso 100-
PEtISDUK &TUt t.servatliuns, Mrs. Winnie Wharton. Bar. I-MODER N 2-"STOREY BUNGALOW-_" ger resrponsible for any debt or debt con-
1t.Au sine. 125OM -Une S Mutch.- Obi adesy or Mr. Eutace H 1 Matthew, B o.lii on aynhlBeona ch P. .I.y traded by my wife, Amya Arehhaid. shes
ON A ABADtlte 176--Jun OAT,. MISELLANEOUS, FOR SALE IWarren street, Woodbrook.-Juiy ,; ;uroo hearsit runn"wtradswer-,hvn etm otadirtc~n o
Idriog B'l ~aIr1tC age Hlectr ic Ligh ts. 'pbon C2.- Jn One .-4..
Apply I ACAD ',2 l Buttd Hit~ulr EN i uL FCLE new ly d L.rv t SlfTIR i' rn LOT OF PIGE n'Su Kv"-ei a*i t sdiatlr atJu ne el :be ach .a' P otus er y .uAly a t ero. Iu .' .u .- Jul. pE -i y Furnished Se.a CocE PU C IS hee by_ noticed thet 1,
Ults. etc Apply IseB a. Lend or p l'ail R.Utlttt ut-ANt IIXI of we wi 'ire l .'ndar,' TMOd= i"t G.t~Cr*l ..T H OU.E, n W sIedO Houe on _Ma ro .Beach with 20 Iay no longer responsle for any debt or!
EIN&ulG O S BE IEVtr IGrapllt i t Iha' .arl slhosarha-.ldb. Arrrppl All ene. and y d 5 ac res uculto.ted land. 'hone 120- dbta .ontrled y my wife dith OwN
ME TOI"i'y 4 t C.-Jraoi 3 J ul fr, una'ertall .-JU y 2 Faghi. Juneo 27p. seJ having lert my home and protect

1,)rrIN a BLUongN RAIG NE Ok Atrl le. W11 rllul It lw 111)MKD UO8, 1at.t.A" PLY I B UA!i x- t ables Cattl Penn TH PU BICOnbeysotNe ht1
d Oilers I r, satisfy )OUi Tl uru i ort-| 0.titaltH, -K dw TOn, otr. Alu e IuDA--mr FRIB plOIes .I) PROPERTYo. Dtndo. um eldy ,
rPWLe l u a WIO hry treed 1 lck t A l & Col..Sn er ,Anit. ror Otlier Poonh J S3ang u IiAND O R'o I Street U1Bre.00. 'Phone -..-La Aufinr . L. R DOW fl.

U^ di (w o-
..Bre Pyot cktak)Poto-pi. 'Pone6007.- Jno27 nd moensaierotInBqlI.Ian CI "- Js mylne 2 Iro Jous t rest.

ee Chicks trom r i recent shl.hliente TW i. ii P. I o ut DC. Electric ONE CO_ M OB'ItABI.E Daub en olSngle FEEHOI.D PROPE.RTIES. In that ax- e 2. ,t
1O U Pvn a d. Erid rfK av> n iu n soft ClocatI B. d lA tt JPuly h J 2 A I1540'Bt, CnJ for Atly. X-t Lot O
ot for sale -at Laihg. 70 P.dhrd Mottira; Oii. it .Tote P'htlco Radt'gram, IlSedrooi tKacielorL pr fUrredST AiulrOcUa nd I tlhi Ve rebidenglm l quarter-C toulen t road. -ne ......
Stret 'l'boe .58Iii424 ~ lirlet u~nltuO On Eecric Hi~eor English. AppS ..tU De Verisuti street Maraval -oerlooking Golf Course. No. PUDLIC NOTIICE
XEt)SKIvN INCI r tATO)R lih 1n ( t'V.ir C er, 300 Imittles capacity, suitable eor -June J0 | o _I. 'Phne e 60---aughlt.- LUTHERAN PASToR from Srilth Gia O na
aeclty Ailso One Ir'ieir. Ap1ly 5i. clui n ,tparitr, One l21 Volty nJtNn, D Ve e l RRre. I June 2A.. .... .. . ...... ... ..M.... 1|MBe taw l M Ko'
tradt.---el.,arge Double lWISuh i for Engals h 0d R Asoeri-nt O OAo sect. Interested persons make enquirie.
OateStet-J t i eip'lba lcrc rPHN 19,S ~evreai tet- THRE FREEoLD, Poe OP bRTB St Alike to macnatwth mec of
Nen. new. Tw o Twin kit 1--te lid -- can-. Board u -OI--tna. Juy 1 atti 3 1o, o .a,... bf. o S An ort b an, 745. 2 S h uay.
Bar bados ExUll n t sea no hin a2 nd ar a. ( ) r oety WO Pnce awellk r ATm
XR220i Viltv. ttroe .efUbuat id ll 117' long. PARKWA Y F .MoRm o e.. ALp-u c ter o "at Aly.. T.. m s w r Hasata.H PoULnte.hereb No. 'ii one t 1.-
IVNESTOCK f~OR SA Eready for engine. ctte 111.1, Ford Va Uueen's Pare Hotel, reasonable ratese. Itratmca. arn'Phne 60Laughlin.--June 27. July 2.
AMRIAN MUe, god onito Engn., working orde:. One G.a, Enugine, IDere Strfee. i'Plone 4555..-July 14. FREEHd' trf PROP~ERt"T. o.S~c Sad dle TM: PUBLIC Is hereby notified that
2siiNSsd yer i e litt hp. One 2t' Prue Tpe ia suit- NICE Al rbsY r .OOM t r American u ro .oeee the undersigned hald e f eeved all buSine
able I outboard, One pra-Pantng pesa s MWearate enrnea, ineis optional' 'hone 6 M au n d-J e connections, with General PrOd.ts Ageny

SAW. ESIS ANDUCK.NS A, TURICZY-4. bados seeT rewonsbl for% any deb or" debts can'f -^
T, O I SLeORnLo- -JBAY ILI Lottlt. I'M hone OC4 or i ppu i: ti ei W.r w aea 14 Hamilton Street. Woodbrook.--Jul y '4f 1td Juneld Ablh. n d w t ection an
ONyEBAR-LbBAyOTILunSWEaT Bn 01,Easter trre, Salt laerenune c -June 22 "igUNDONAIn) MALL., 6 0..nhonaId an H a A.
J ,"b y see n In t e aTrsonia Tuti ot al CanI E'LECT'rII STtORKl Oils itiutpolnt," 4 Sltreet. half minutetl walk from Savannah. LAND FOR SALE IOS PHA N. PERU.~
k ail Applyeis-dials ten. Atul t Widup, PoLc, i nb0 1d Single Room, with BoarAT
ar -J:n 71,30y O P.r eFn[nando. J'ne J r'Phonf Musn Leeasoupe, 6217.-July I MON DESIR ESTATE, Cascade. Arer -June 2.
tJRIe A IANJM,;Re-sore ALATPu t oe N guiod chuoditiu, m0 reasonable I I 4ISa ROOM, independent em- Buiiid ng its wit h long fruntage to e.
J -HE ASTIN sl Pp ifffrefusedl Tel. 6tI4.--Jiine 28 I trance. 10 Petar Strset.-Juo. 3t0 anttshtibrtdge ROad. Appiy:" "Minthah." IENTERTAINMENT
219t1 itca. CTAlyI tlSreet a.Lt S uranta lus GlNET YfOUR t wt MacDonaid Farmer' iOB COMFORTABLE COOL tE UMW With Knightbridge Road. Cra cade.-June 30 TA Innerat
eL0 -Jul e 4 Almanac Ia t tle toipepIin places. Price: ganrageB Nea r Country Club. 'Phone 55 ACE*. LANDI Salia n ru.' 2 miletire APPo ng TE ATres (i.anyebtrans
GOATd OR S ALn lva s ado;. rigad. 4, cents patiKellyontof-Spae., Beharry F REOD34. BachelorT preterably.-JutD trom San Juan, in coP c toa'. ban, IRocine nra. Presents to you on
IeravaL--Jurue 21., St-ott I)rnig Siuore, Arilan, Broadway Medi-| MRB. EDITH KIRTON, -indger H/ouse t i'me,. coffe,. orangse. Bit-er pataee throtgia daY June 80, 19)44 at 5.20 p.m,- 1,3..
cat Hal., Coou a. Coota Drug Store; S~malt Town. So. John's. Barbados, he I 3,000. N. DI Captia. 2d M'rsda.-ic stret. Itg Sth IOW. i l
as'en'eeasy"~'ve'alweeies~streeguii$ia750he0Apthecarye ti. Sianis.. t -Joti 23 MAN

lisold h -t tl a a r, thOr tp ang, accommndatiou for four boys attendlhg JM R J.,
or U CAT. OWrdered rtayinund, Point Fort. M. J. Ldge Schol. For particulars and term FIRST CLASS BUILDI G SITES avD. --Ju e 2n. M ane .
C TON LHumphbrey's. Fyaabad, Paul Laitoo, St. apply to the above sddrese.--Juiy 3 able at Petit V~lley. averae sie ea .10.50 '..
Eeri care fee Cnts iet siuareo do I LOST
Vaikenlo. I.C H ., EBenmenT TIl ob H. A.ACOMFORTABLE DoubleanSget FREEo H -124, "OuardTISn."--Juay 1. er
stet.Io.n:Sund.'ers.fe Roblns.oneC rusoe.Hotte, Scar-E Juglye 15ACRES.alCOeOeA..lit. -- -owl, ..IJGolf Course.,witNh PULIDY WESTL-- C ,lae
K TERSE NE okkUR-T 1, oilpewrl, borough. 3 d also from th solt dletri :t fo r ERCROMY S .rT wate rng. Rf7. 'Phonert21 1 g n7 ti m sLtrap.PAetO btwendBr i nehad reUldeek
t lty Aritha m O et ALd t A mpro e- v mindath Jrlmanu Coo220 ItBa Ik VlIrtesJ able un e 2 Coomfort- .....and..Str. S.atd ay. wa etun er -
C arlo s Virge..4inis 23 sic. 2 0a C.aera-portalm a EJlecri 80e nandg dube oublfr nlesh rooms frt PineTHE FR HO LD N eaonbeP s In teresAvenue-Juns ae an22l

J.STRECtVE -- th uo~an, ,... .i, .,one.,refused. Apply John Dabra.i u. '.;- ;; ec,,
-USe T wCin-Hotgs the Wh110 u no r AmB arula euly.IS on Irocers Ltd.--Juno 1s. .,5'. STA, ',our' d useansect
OXODt.OMMERCIAL t '.HOOL IS/or- World Sings. Chlhdrs.'g Pian Pi~ee the ytE bE FDOO elso.BAUTIFUL SPACIOUS LAND m Jame Rei.... ./e Genra-Pst fte
~yO Caon Jul a t Cdthooie a Str-ct. Whole World Player Jemmott San Fer- tBanai. Shaw. 9 Taylor I~treet.--Jue z. residene. ants Crue Old Ra0d. next to OrlaI 78.A TI CEtQuay.T We.
~LNESOn F ORm10)S.AtLE r~ l est andyor--J gne te131Fr i Qe27PttHtl raoal ae.I tacr Poe62-LUhl ue2.Juney 22.

LISTER ELEoTRIC n enetin Pep,.nOani-,LanaNrt.Otela.t ApFR O PRoximte.l "--P addl 7TH9PBetwerbydnod Ahat
MPLETHg CHINESE ItELF-TAUtIIHT direct coupled cold starting full Diel, OS E WNTw ith faeet at ba~c ent. Fppy cwitnE oad. J idrrtr oAfe rms
AME RI $A ppMULLy orsed money iorder 4 -.w, 110 Volt DnC. Generator. I k.w. Cut WOE DROOMS odern canenrene", oaith.rMer atac.I Adpl war itang"--,- eu ndersilgne. a voca.J e 1b ie
S o r ins pl rsndmnyodrTW ERSodeCarpenen e ntr rnddGada.'-Jo 5 ._________________
ieMnae. ideal supply Store, Arinma,- 110 Volt A.C. Convertor. Double Circuit Central lotatlon. Box R-l0e, 'Guardlan." _______________
TAUorTuSwitchboard All guaranteed. Also IIn June 2t. meia6 .
PA MMa TAUGHTD tl years Spanils C cws 110 Volt U.(. 'iaahlrne driven Gene-R VNO e o
". Fernua ndl. o --t.h;av, A C.ILA 'Phone 5457 North rag pl y 1 thatoioteo Stree. H HOUSES FOR REet. .. .... .. ... .n ow dAt S mP r teitr eet, frmn t ht
a, by TUm -,A .rlo- -.June27 HOCAOE eOU0 tEt4 Caacade. Je h. ALLAfAR--ue.HOUSE ESTATE Streetsformerly.AllSbusiM nen14
Accountant. 21 n ii awTrd Strsa t r cabcPad MUiES, COWS. Cocol Boupi and 5 Fernlhed, vacant July 1. Apply: AGENCY Baatb
I the H~gier Accounting. Book-keeplng, Itoree Power Oti Engine. ppy Santa "Msnla"snatbi~ ed a~e i t.Vmn --' ld $ tPa ranea---J dat 5 c-a Sret
Appt: MinbaaA'pnpltyrl0. oaP.CscBe.nnet.tnent3tass- ** M hon 535.JuOSEPH A EU

ONE IATING BATTERT. Rabbits dttd FURNISHED HOUSE. Perseverance Es- Large ResIdence .oo S Lots of Leand
an Tperiin eania. -Julio3EstetanEsat. Sanrye Gnd.*-Phne -Jne ?loLs5 oM 427-uy I MNDSRrSAICsae 4Ar Jn

BL --2LNIIANO kLESSONS. 5 Duke Hutch, One Barred Plymouith Rock Cook; late. Merae-sa. gi. Josephd; 13 miles from Belmont ...............................17500 T O'LT56 LA SF
Ilet.o--JulF :1 One n~rown Leghorn Cook. SII Beimont Port-of-Mpain. 'Phone 1567, or overser Freehold Residenee, Upper Char--_______________
..?MBI MODER.N ACADEMY. 2. Hill Letnd Ctreular Road- June 2k5 to esatte- June 22 iotes Silet. 4 bedIrooms tPoe- ()) LTTOCASF
Bnt. Secondary school fo boys TWO FISINgo RODS and One Rel IN RMIndeISpL) n'WO-eTOR.e REBID- isessong-
d rls. Senior CA mbrLdS e ExA m, "1 P lke new. 'Phone SeS4.--lune 2t. sNCe 0, Wilson Stram t. a t. Augustine. in- Atre of La-ad.wit Applywo 'toeyA THJEEN T NUBU C b
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eeanoitiont from Matriculation, FEW UNCLAIMED) DA'ITERIE5. $ ae o tlon by apponm ent. Rn g 1&i f, at Re ains Juan ..*A.r. --d 5.66 ameont responaby Wife fReany deb or debtsd
Alprmclpa--Juiy each. Guaranteed. l i Edward Street.-:ga raga. 10 4 p.m.---June 25,. 'Res Lence o Beat&crLa ,FUr i c oOTr Eby wE (are Brazod.
GOATS FOMUSICAL DR deAM a COaME June 2o-5 I LARGE iOUS&--ce'ler e iverside Road Roei .............a.................................E8erash haings eIt my .ome asd proyo tnei-
SU esnl ad crepne c t rg3.r, rmBrawy ol RS DTHsin. idermut a ao& hrpa Mtsmg ay Jv 0 1148t,.6Puhlk

---,- oursesin-iano eor-a---c alal ONE RUCTAN RICE MILL with rsully, aid Gordon street. CUrepe. boomy snd 4 m8all Properties at ISa Juan. ateot Mysteplsho.
S so I liPariano Hill M tee complete, going at a bargain. oihsu|t isOlted. Electric lighted and 'phone. etc. (tenedeg J on)-lie. $90A to ORARAS l IR A MO ,
U ATor tet-J-u-y- IF JWW1 bunuly 3 Th -June 24.H61.-Jiiie US Ffsmoahcad".

ScO L. t Juiy h PoJouFrabrhanp 52 Sou Quay. 'Phone 1 RinguSt.,Augustine. 13 fr appointment. SSev s ether La nge and Imall PrpIo2tla g
AF'GBLERNRED N.MEW TORE Au~toatnlte Ol-Srng| Boiler. FURNISHED MOUSE, St. Augusitne. fral.TUITIONl
re~hiteoturalj, Mechanical. lit'an d l'j H P.. like new; One Motor. Apply: August-Nuv-ember. Boa ii-13, c;o Gua~r. CARL. .OATd AMPNJM~ODEIN L SECONDAR SCHOOL. tane
rhl c. Newton Serand. 125 Ed- t Park trebt. Port-of.4nu..a-July 3 jan. "-June.ly3Juan. N e Hall. CalyDAprv, bgiesids eaI-
AustrtLJuy 9. ELE RICALLY HEAED OG LUE WC FURNISORETB HOUSE for rent, three f ee.h 12es t tts p nS qae 10lt Eve I elllOS Tm..o1 fo l
CIIOO V (1014 SClOOLSAdulte clUSt rieaeved. auitomat go heat control. Hd.A.. In Cascade nt a d. Mt. Ann's. (1) 24,d u Ar Lan d. poel y 1.i dIII lnl t II.uIi"
THated forC today Children thoroughly Capacity 1 quari. 84). WrIte Keaal. Post Boix P,-115, "'Guacdlan."p-June 28 -eanIod of hoi. Ugdht$, et.
b a joined for tomorrow success certain Bog 4it5.-June 4. t. S Ibslr Roads. Degio Mart .i ..... sap.n" between
II. 5 A rithetic .Adbudg, M~lcat prion BRAm Y'S CRIBani, o fABY'So"ARRilage, Dl Snge an dube oes to pice Twn N eaonbl sl656 ct.SI.II aturdVaC.HoaNT at 6Je
OL I" irgina A. Byackd.6is eseuioalra26 -Jut.0,Les n ol uDO 24.

COMmercial. eIgreee.- July 10. In eacdllent coandoitong Apply Si1 V|I- U E TBA lEA gM78. (ARDpEy.nAPUit ",Xi 5..-nIZt E e. A
tttrla Square- -ou-"-. Phoneune S." (9) pyRos, Mtale~mith WANTEP TO RENT
SJiiT i e 22 ED-milim he WhleALE & r Lends. L igtd.- sewerge.555

BINESS SERVICE ~~FLDING PRAM, good condition. OS FRIL ~ .Xp e~ ... S ~ Pn W
-4e" da o"nESS JulyL t newly S4)l2-Prdh-- In JrAPARTMENTOor TWOiR. MSM mE
I PORTABLE VICTOR GRAMOPlONE .E-lA Exellent i. UoutNyewly-built e 00 WAE0--ANOW TO ib "I Ivmt
'-in exceletnt condition. $50.00. 'Ph I.Wi ecl aSulic rlldarin. Possession. PtSa etiatvaly LostsL to the W. h m Concrede Pr IAL
f., 21SANNOUNCEM.NTS 1Latughlln.- Jrae 27. jApyppiy on lnemslssr.--iy 1. ml.t. for 0. t 1 -a. Factor, SO sFctinsa eot. P f I,
26IJRNE55 ITMSadRce etrNATIONA.orer PheCASH 9S-JnREGISTER. Almalt $M TRIE-BDROO lhOU.I with alt P-.. aml~mm. onmr"or............t .h II,.II .. or 'PhII~he 5295IRime ihStI-I,
'. TaitL" Sle Fernando.--July new. Apply 45. Park toe.-Je$. nanlaeneeon aclq. ItMet, scar- 6)I wtaPrpty)-hn.A IPURISEE~nD or UNTJNIJED
fltgn.ONE PEDAl. CAR an RO~l.It i o~o.I rl dsg a ryo ntaIIO~t Iy IISUEg or A lrlt tO reet in City o
]R~. ~rAMS mneeoMesue-n~rai DlItRi. RRU'I' PERMIAN TraM H.OUSE.. at Vlct INLahels iaalfernndo. -- 5dEvryhre 2.


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21b Tin --56c

21b Ti .--- 56c.

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L ft or everybody. iou ouilJ brlng yuur CAT 'Phone TTB--Jul Apply: W7dup, POttu. be F do.- W c---T- A'ac..l. t -A '
SMateti-lyoo. 2 daONiEt, 43P%1k ONE BURLINGTON American Made Ju91e IS 1, MOOM NAMOIN
t.B-t-Jely l mano Hewitt. No. 17 Belmontm Cr- No.3 ORNSUO MEET beautiful C co.--rlett N T Ban".... a.s so.t-
ANcS oS' I,.,TVOCE--Re cutetr Road-June 15. *mPty, fam Iy oam, W hl ireed -, ten sAm a rbl" or Bo ae '-"ou*e wth.- e-1ldr104
2111rANEOdMrs er LVn MCKaeekCOPY BOOKS ,whoeale,*. thandC nonctetenaggling. ontalsolag lye"bedrooms, Three Lowy of Lamd. ft Dmy,. OrltotteSteet, hone 5561.-June 23.
=M~UleDnh.k cttile end Keate and Prince Alfred Streaet. Satiesbethree and. tolet 84 SSo Jusr ............. 30ra .-ua sor ro "
0. P. Beunntt. 9 MacBr o S quate s. r rerrando,-Jun 25. o s r o ii ii r SJ se U E O T
F2 ndOL. w E. -L-Tu PLAR PANT:o *t ulpantry. sine. Ptroofet r761e st o.t 6 oom. Buree a O teb A a*. l 3
.Verti, alt0 forEgisn andBSaitos Mforial, La Seiva. ",ual".-JuSke
H.P. VOtil G :ELaETRC gdeadit-aor logt. s s itDa I dt l arvi.u. ee(s) t- .. ... ........ -1-
aB r PSItRa Expert Reto h lon g ng ICart Wltt, A ply Esperanoe Ro mt a anett..- AtRe
S. Estate- Phohe 502 t-.Juna 2. No. 5 NEW T Io. It Ctiprian Dwi Hoe Trate Ro 'HOUSe TO RrENT
otEg .ryE'Phnert31t 3.I. IS Cart MLA A.po.y Cea
S ............I VIA?....
S1 14 Is. VEPIiOX pnNTING Boulevard. Poessoio Dial" 4* o,.1A ithIous, nor.. No. I Conn
Alt& Arla 3,PhHotiseu Nor-un*U- .Road. For pettleulars 'Phoeone 35 We
ENWVNG isaiaPPR Nos. 1 2. Ill V 4A MonthyBulbs. -June93 zoew 1
SMWArvIN Read. Call Min .-- Ace 61tudio-i2 Frederitk StrMt.- 136 WESTERN MAIN ROAD. me l q t aye. rent 515 monthly 5 ,5w485.-June pu
June S5 en building. ap pot. 3 .13. eSnatved with 1.hMe D'FRL
BUILDING MATERIAL. BoXi N. Clay alvalee1 111404.8PUaawerMIust re'PIE EXOPLLEN FOR
AUDRE?.LO)UISE NURSING BlocksI 1 Bords Strer. 'Phone 32- mov ee from siC t P 4 -iS.Centr.B
mlutton BIi~et. F"a tO.June 25ayo rmso' hn 64.Jl iA 'Ilsfor lseefo l fo Bo, Al= 2
685-July 5.nAMERICAN W.ADY leaving CaolloyOla- 2A4 E7(U&MS. Na ressmIMe (1) fleodAlttre
psgoWardrobes. smailland Int.after 1lsol.on"IL- 6. 4,,ereemi a*.5It6s "m--es-a4ble peefte %N=, 4W.s .
EUN. AloDES,5SHOE t'/ORK&pstal GoimasmeNu5,v elemr. AptlW. aa19Cen
',wl b eoedfo 6 d tes, Also books &ard Miscellaneoas by Strflet.-'41l s13 unsedlat poeSeedee. NO olraamse bis jr jpy
willberemoved from $Itd*hoEeld-e Is* A~l 1eV ictoiaCHATTEL at rawamet Laid~hobw 111, n1or sdtl treat. | Pefht-W--1AD111O /RKlws4Aw woean tetmmsa ret 3 IIUIt lueue'-'u-eu-% r p~y 1
fromMonday.U JUO 111 i. Nto.household effects. Apply CA Ee a Ie used. eeIt. Sttt.
Avenue (dwnsetalre) sout.h,-Julte 23-. .2o0;3-Bedrom House on Sdlmot &I- your oae.
ITAa all iS&HARTM h WARDROBET RUNXK-S ley Ro d, empty, 1-. I t at ( Lo2 ey NTE T Warren F O R D P55I3
WetIdaStamp gBaratarlia.- Loau Pac. rentaleet25.SLU9e aig- t possesion.. S iatyrse a" engolinsSe,
JLuWest In d i a1t A 2 1 o t A u r m e r it a t M a ri q u t a Stre a t ( N e w ) t A ( 3 2 3 I w .-J s t Ja me s .g o danv d i w-A- 4
-.--..Street. Wood- UNDERWOOD TYPRWRIR Apply 700 'Phon Wa -J............
sm1. n.e 25 either Paeor ta Panker La-ne It. James rO. 4 OVID ALL LR18-oib. to PetM.E
?AEB to aDip or traisl1p -June11 4311sessio e3.80noD.al 42111 Banett.
X11 osu olnni orMoTS6111110 -Jue124 roll BI5"MUvcyesas' *sselad
it* "baggsage &A *I* 1W PRAIN AND 00-CART Men- -June*2 U() '...11 931mom-
tbo the world over hinttlon--.b00. 4 Belmont CIrcular I NEW LEASEMOLD BUNGALOW. sara. AVu,-atacam. BOOMo L o tft.& %g-,.o- o
IO door. Extort permits Road.-June 24Ibedrooms. living&adining11 oom4e1sad 1(6) Ne i gP---64- e"aia
Impart am Exzr VICTROLA GRAMOPHONE 1S Re1ords I mdem.ouvene e No 5....'.".-&--..,tVa4t ANDOmape
I t "MoionStreet. 0 40. Cabinet. ApplS o MucurPRo Rad. 5t'Iet. 'P hone 664. immedate o m w..... a .II
-June 223,Jn5 e"sIi"' E N

-Trn"at no"oa5 5 WM aw. a t am ". S. wam.--M
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N, WIP ik .--- 5 behei tR-ened
ia Ilt QSMee; i. or
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Su #"@Edtook Pksa.J mmm
missile Crular = Iambar
1SAIN.-NAt 1 .yet hs e Std.

*T OL .10 Maiin nee]Dat"
^S~tt-fAs"; ruxi-d& of *

o t h lia.J nots)a.Male Temn .
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*am Aft a W^^ 11n rw,^

Prosti ingl. Rtone a I^he

uad, lheaorl at 5eia p at toay rmglar
M ITi--M. Juan; 4's. JOSinl

[ kthr an Uhmtly Nut hru* I h
terSS. codoleSAM oA5 (of Telernet

ato)e y thel tenIte dath5pm ofromr doi
Usme. to MetaStedIemeI. o ry.
waee" 1ad0freds hey k And tsked O

-$ thi doi it ull.
MONARALI.-lae tionatebis medMot

4br" Jwa a M eeFuneraI tlded
it .eUl. ted Wabove address to r o
n oeryti SJaMs.
OMAIN.-At 11 a.m yetlIrday at f.
sWh, othilda Reoaint (ae Del);
opted meotr of Constable Theopwille.
i *aut of u Romain, DoxI,
Hl Isaelitt. Ruegit ndUl hrubert Re-
Waa. toyint A p.m. today trom her
McALISTER.-Mr. and Mrs. Oswald
TeAlstaenr and amly request through thi
tidhm to return n ines thanks to r
so attended the funeral, ent wrathe.
ters of coidoitsene or In any other way
o w e d sy m pa hy ia o u r b er a v e m e ,t
toned by the tMre b dath of our deee
tie ontt Trvor dicAilseu we o pe1ed
eace May st, 14: rtihey td t loth.
Aiste to so lntldUtlily.
LEE CHIK.-I affectionate memory of
ly ather, dward Norman Let Chict, who
loparted this life on the 2nd of June,
Thre- ir have passed, to us three
So the sadness, so freal your
loving waya.
Vrom earth's great trial, go resting oc
It peace.
tour memory. deor Daddy, wil never.
never cease.
-I-s Carling little daughter, Graee;
a motherlnlaw. a jier relatives.
WARO.-In loving muhory of our be-
oved Arnold Thomas who departed this
fe on June 12, 1942.
Two yUears have passed, my bheant's till
As time goes on I miss you more.
Of th"s we love. but could not ave.
The midnight stan &lin* on the graves.
Someday, somenwhere again we'll see
The face we keep In memory.
-HIs loving wife, children a family.
VALSAINT-un loving memory of my
eIr mother, Matrclnie VlsaIlnt (nvee
Ahbott) who died on June 221 115.
Peacefully sleeping. rting at last.
An earthly troubles and trial An prast,
We min you mother, our heart& are
As time l by we mint you more.
-her n CvIng >ughter and eon-in.
law-Ena and OllI*.
Arkling Machine Motor-car Pump ando
aoL. S Cbhacon Stret (upstairs).-
Jiune 2
ONE PUMP, large rotary hand. Apply:
toland Pyang 77 Henry Btreet.-July 5
Hollow Clay Tile Blocks Apply: Ina
rTilar RBoad. iSn Fernando. bon 41L
-July &
JULIE MANGOES, n per 100, deolverei
ort-of- espain, 4 per 100. Apply: M ]na
lr. Torreilla. (By Ice factory). Arima.
-July a
DIAMOND RING. 'Phonoe IlS-Juns 28
INE with Battery ignitron in perfect
condltlon, together with 20 ft. boat. Pries
1175. Apply standard Motor Agency.
Phon 64. San Fernando-June 28.
TART BREEDING. Healthy Stock of
lomuoni Pighons. Prige: t..0 per pair.
Special pre for three or ore pairs. Ap-
ply 13 Madras itret.-June 24.
White Lfashn Cookerela, aSC S months
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Mr. W. A. Fama, Senior Mathe.
maUcal Master, Lads School,
mIoimnef his intetmon to accept
bOa as boarders at $140.0 per
tehn. Aper1 titlon ti Matho.
mau, Bili an Oench will be
tm by bhaulo free t extra coat.
Pan s ir related adriesd to
eCOmunOMWte wtth him by letter *t
as eOaty pportsity. a only
NIW teMdiber ma bembeived.
W.A.L U. Vi.A., Ut.,
Stu. WI.


on lnotrtnttk n
125.61. h 3 x 2.1101. beas z
l&Mt. ( z I.I m
(Formerly deeplD a tSIM
Orou tonnss about 211 to".
Net tonnage1 m m Ia.
Steel hull.
Scotbh We BoIler. IibI.
Main Enainesctriple expmalon
Holds, at eseMnt divided L9
for coanylng faih. aecity
about N 150 tons
Bunker. Capacity about 1in
tons coal.
This vessel wus built and
enined In the UJSA. in 1116
and was reconditioned in 1042
ano has since been used in the
Gulf of Paria as a mine-
Permission to Irspect same
mav be obtained from Oeo. F.
Huggins & Co.. Ltd.. to whom
offers to ourchaf are to be
addressed -

82a Queen Street
Friday, June 23rd
Instructed by Col. do Boislere,
Messrs. Armoogan and Firestone
will sell by Auction a quantity of
very good Furniture, u follows:
6 Ratftn Arm Chairs and 3
Round Tables to match, Extension
Circular Dining Table and 6 Chairs.
Centre and other Tebles; OCrved
Wood Panel; China Cabinet; 5 Ex-
cellent Carpets, good colours Side.
bcard; Morris CLairs with spring-
filled cushions: writing Table;
Brass Ornaments; ooks,. Doable
Bedstead with Simmons Spring and
Hair Mattress; Cyp Press, 2 Cyp
20 Barbados rush seat chairs. Ma-
hogany Roll Table, Wood Bedstead,
Spring and Inner Spring Mattress,
2 Presses, New Wood Bed, Spring
and Mattress, Framed Mirror, 2
Dressing Tables with long Mirrors, 1
Dining Table and 8 Chairs. 2 Prim-
us Stoves; 2 Tennis Racquets and
Frames, Crapeau Press, Cooking
Utensils, Sofa, 2 Canvas Folding
Ohairs, Lamp Slhades, Electric Iron,
Inlaid Indian Table, Settee and 2
Easy-Chairs, Spring Seats, Baby's
Sale at 1.15 p.m. on Friday,
June 23rd.
Goods on view any day same
week. Our usual conditions of
Dearies, Limited


Possession Immediately

No. 3.


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No. 10 PETRA ST.
$7,000.00 Woodbrook

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Cut and Etched
E.P.N.S., Chinet b
Vases, Jewelry,
Sticks, etc., etc. .

Your Inspection IaR

1 Henry St. (near T.i

Phone 6



138 Henry Stt
Thursday, 22nd (
1.31 fM 1

Instri-ted by Ur. A.
We wil sell such nlW 4|
Items a:-
Double Bed with .OUta
Spring and Sprin Wl
Bedside Table. "-dr.
LAdes Dreser withO mHl
Hrnin pFrue. and olha
in Polished -eogashap;
Bed and Mattrsu; Pa
with Spring Filed
Enamel Bathnd St
Oo-Cart, Child's oe H
Chair; Chid'sa 0;
Cy Oval Dining W
neop aea Ild; G

Orsp Morde Tal ,
charm snd 1Mi
room Cablat 1l50
Strp Oanck sal 5
Tea Wets' 0woM
E.P. Wn Qhha-

East end of Park Street Pods an"
wan le, u Iott satl
--- Items os vwMW -rm
TEONI 51 S*g of A -"
Aftw4 i* f U Boyd & Huti

A. M. Querino Umitd

60 St. Vincent Street : Pert-04f
'Phone 4207


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