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

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

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00689

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r4r?-OwPMIN, TRMINTAD, LW.!. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1944.


Red Advance Allied I

Continues On Ar(

Three Rail Towns On A
Road To' Murmansk
Captured By Soviets W
By RUSSELL LANDSTROM
LONDON, June 22 tAP)- e s A- e
Russian communique tonight an-
nounced fresh wa bml in the Red
Army' new offensive at the north- ..
ern tip of Lake Onega, and in sec-
tors between Lakes Onega n a s* t T
dogs. At the upper end of tne aA
front the war bulletin said the RF e
Finns l,ive been thrown bak be- A
yond the line of Lake Oser and the
Kumusa River, and that the Soviets A ttack O n
had captured Velikaya Duba and R h r
three stltions on the railroad to nt
Murmanak.
tin his test despatch from
Moscow, Paul Winterton of the LN J
London "News Oaronicle," says LONDON, June 22 4Reuter).
the most Immediate danger to ne The air offensive again.' Oermany
Finns is this Russian drive beyond was kept up last night with
Vipurl. a drive which he thinks heavy RAF. attacks on the vast
will almost certainly develop west- war industries In t1he Ruhr and
wards in the direction of Hel- the Rhineland. The Allied force
sinki. was made up of Lancasters while
The Soviet Press has today pub- Mosuiltoes were over Berlin once
lished n map of the present fight- a&in. There was more minelay-
ming fronts, and Winterton says it n at sea. The night's losses were
shows for the first time that on 46 aircraft.
the central fi nt Red Army Allied heavy bombers. this time
troops in the Kovel sector re American Portresse, and Liberators
now only about 45 miles from the today again joined in the repeated
town of Bres'-Litovsk. I attacks on the bases just across
Along the Svlr River front the the English Channel in the Pas de
Russians captured Poroahye, des- Calals area from which t Oer-
cribed as the district centre of the mans launch their pilotless 'plane
Leningrad region, and in the battle raid. on southern England.
The heavy bombers were as-
to enlarge the bridgehead on the T edvy Thunerbolt e a.
northern bank of the river in the ctuted by Thunderbolt and
+vicinit5 of L.odeinoye, Seized, three "Tusta.ngs of the air force. These
populated places fighters also dive-bombed and
MoSCOw tdespatches said that strafed German installations, par-
Mosow esatcestlcularlv marshalling Yards and
troops on the right flank .re driving airdromes. Thev damaged or des-
Snr Villmanstrnndi 40 miles nnrth .. -. .


nof" VM.M'S '- ul r "- t royed seven locomotives. 57 rail
a of Vilpuri. Capture of that road way Cars and 12 trucks. They alI
h k J ap C a rrier a~~~nd rail centre would sever the a~rad~rcs hylsank five barges.. No Germa:
Finns' communications with their fighters were encountered. F'la
SapFIa rrie r northeastern armies and trap the ranged from none to strong. On
enem remainingnorthO Purbomber and one fighter ar
.. r1and east of the Salma Canal. missing.
German commentators thilked Mtore nilotles planese, or flying
more than usual about the coming bombs, as they are called, cam
d1U T h re IA a ilIeastern operations. Transocrn's over southern England durfi
... Vonolberg" said the "eastern front the night and after daybreak to
-- w.s becoming increasingly lively, day and again many of them wer
BY CHARLESInevery sector where Soviet often. shot down by R.A.FP. fletters in
CHALES McMURTRY sives are expected to be set rolling, cluding the newest type, Tempes
01IiNGTON, June 22 (APy Admiral Chester Nimitz, Pacific there have been brisk artillery fire before they could reach'the coast
Oonmannder, reported that United States carrier 'planes sank in the last 24 hours. Strong So- Others were Intercepted afte
viet rceonnaissance rI'tachments they had crossed the coast an
S carrier, three tankers and possibly a detrer.The were active near las south of the shot down in open country. Fro
i force, under the command of Vice Admiral Mark Mitscher, Smolensk hlghw./ andd south of sunrise to midday the number c
OV were no ship losses and only 49 planes, many of them itebsk. robots destroyed formed a hig]
were no ship losses and only 49 'planes, many of them "These were followed up b%- at. proportion of the total sent ove
.it land in the water at nightfall, tacks though of no great opera- from the F.ench coast.
*11n ended at nightfall with ------------- tional significance, northwest of The American Fortresses whicl
ed' Tarnopol on either side of Kovel, made yesterday's first shuttle
panmese fleeing. There vas M r l and southeast of Vltebsk." bomber trip between Britain an
aton that the battle was o r Von Hammer of D.N.B.. said: Russia were escorted all the wa
Adp a N i also an- M o e aI s "Berlin military circles assume that by American long-rLMange hter
i agreement between the Soviet Unt- Mustangs. Among the targets o
,l 'planes of the elnem o and the Allies. provides for the American heavies were syn
town Ins Japanese futIl ost-w ar the Soviet offensive to begin sim- thetic oil refineries, 50 miles south
Son Sunday on Admira e Tultaneously with the second phase west of Berlin. Soviet fighter
forces. er d of the invasion." loned the Fortress escort during
adds that another =--, the last halt of the flight.
sk ,was hit three times wlo e fo h usa n
,believed tohitetthe 13,te000 T American crew got atea
"bombs and two other LONDON, June 22 (Reuer ussia S Offerwelcome frm the Russian a t
tas well as a Congo class When the British House of Co.n- F' hland AmGerican ocers waiting to ree
SiP damaged, and damage mona debate on post-war employ- eace To F aland te xa'planes were
.&W done to a Japanese ment was resumed today, Mr. destroyed and three American
L'three destroyers and two Arthur Greenwood said the Labour STOCKHOLM, June 22 (CP)- bombers and two fighters ar
m.c u uParty welcomed the Government's "Aftonb'idet" today said the Rus- missing.
I I how -ie Japanese naval work for all proposals, but thought sians have offered to cease the
are summed up. Reports they did not go far enough war against Finland if the Finns Fourth Of Installations
We Japanese losses in air- He argued that key industries accept the borders settled upon In Situated At (Cherbourg
at X3. Two American air- should be placed under public con- 1940 and give the Red Army tem-
Mlriers and one battleship trol because private monopolies did porary freedom of movement A IE NC .
SWhat is described as su- not have the necessary authority through Finland, cer,.niln airfields P ,ALLIED ADVA NCE COMMANr
I damage. American air to handle cases of unemployment, and bases on the Aaland Island POST, June 22 tAP) Oenera
V~e d Eisenhower's headquarters an-
we 49 aircraft.) Mr. Hugh O'Neill, a leading Con- on a temporary basis. nounce thaowers headquarthersof an.
servative spokesman, said Britain -'the German robot 'plane launching
SPayment had lost many overseas markets asContinues installations were located nthe
arbourresult of the war and we should attack Contnues of o
hang on to those we had eot with aAeanofCiierbourg. Experts aro
0 N facdcommianyln the assaut troop
J. M. ROBERTS all the assistance the Government On Noemfoor toward the city to study the in-
10YORK, June 22 (AP) -- It could provide. stallations.
news from the Pacific to- Mr. Emmanuel Shinwell. speak- By MURLIN SPENCFR The Nazis are continuing tih:
*# we have exacted another ing from the Labour front benches, ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD- cross-Channel barrage of rocket
Ot for Pearl Harbour but said Britain could afford a long Q ARTER,, NEW GUINEA, Juie bombs which are now comm;
Japanese appear to have programme of expansion. The coal 23 (AP).-It was announced this Packed with Incendiary loads
Sa efforts -to forcethemindustry needed to be reorganized morning that the Americans are _ak _wth___ innir loVds
OW scrap. Our 'planes in- and new industries built up round continuing their attack on Noem-
1e,*0 which amount to a it. Old industries like Iron and foor Island west of invaded Blak
lPtation but both the steel and textiles should be trians- in Geelvink Bay. Liberator bozr- alace T urs


P., dW ^ o'o=m- ;oWd houlndnSo8 Wal ce ToH( w
S and report from Rel formed transport should be made ei. heavily hit the island on Thurs-
SAssociated Fess cor- more efficient and there was at day. O =chant shi of 15 -,Szehw P
With the r ith Fleet, least 10 years' work to'be done in ship convoy wa sunk o Parlu.
t yesterday's hopes for housing. In. z oae th e s attckS C N I OP ne2tA
tc battle have gone. In other widespread attacks, Truk CblNGKINae. June 2 (AP).--
Sapp tly felt, until r John Aerson, the Chan and Wolsai in the Carolines, Ka- Mr. Henry Wallace, United States
ore l was chnce of cellor of the Exchequer, Inter- vieng and Rabaul were bombed. Vice-President on a 100-r-ile motor
i thane tw dias t vened in the debate to say that Enemy barges loaded with person- tour of Szchw province spoke t


Wthand an nent io oftlm watal tout Of Szechwad productce spoke, to1mt
ent uchancen Britain would have to maintain ne" and supplies were sunk off Chinese agricultural experts at
isshem tienv11iathnrd high level of Imnorts to keep up Biak by PT boats. Japanese re- unch in Peiping. He said Chi-
e guessed thie enemy her standard of living and would sstance continues on Sorldo air- nese farming efficency couldbe
&Auy with all he could have to pay for them with exports. drome on Biak in the Schouten increased 50 per cent in 15 years


rtothS ~ ~ ~ av to? Tpa 2S y col~y to the high expr ts.l
reports that the Japanese He said the Government's policy Islands off northern New uinea,I after the war.
ted of a large portion covered both public and private
Fleet proved unfound- enterprise. 0
its strength prior to The Government contemplated ond ions In M marine S uare
our 'planes was great. a policy of stabilising wages withC ondit
hin to indicate now increases if those could be ob- an e qa re
'4c ha n any intention of tained out of improved production H
ol A il Spruance's He felt very hopeful that we would
t likely explanation of be able to raise the standard of ouse Shock The layor
I n t light of deV*l- our community to a higher level_____
t the Japanese hoped than we :ave ever seen before.
SnSpruance with ole ouncillor H. 0. B. Wooing, City Mayor, yesterday described
Maid Sivnelav's PanRndc n rvi ga ain etra
, out of range. olish ilot Runs onditio prevailing a t house On Marine Square which he visited
Attack Int o Tank Ba e on Wednesday afternoon as scandalous, when he made a brief report
Pe AttackIntoT k Battle Of what he saw to the Local Sanitary Authority meeting.
LONDON. June' 22 (Reuter)- The Mayor, who' was acComi-C
che d I =.n Saipa CoOmbined operations Is more than paled by Dr. Roderick Marcano City St To Cl
1N.CnS i pilo medicall O H" a l o
LI ___ONJue.33, e 0MeSecod TacticalAir the Medical Offcer of eth, iyS ores T C ose
.jtrooes on taip n who I .sjt :kt a his i sbase i Councillor Albert i omes. r .. w Races
the Mariana have out he and ter being pot- Deputy Mayor and teoun .il .or V.
In attack on a four-mile ed u missing. Withiln the paist 24 e h R.Oea god Lt
1m Japanese, entrenhed ht o he has crossed the Channel, Hry, said that pla treveal- Ninete ty dr goods store
g o or s"den t r e n cphe de v e l h a v e f t 4 4 t o C l o s s a t M o w n o n
S t beo ar ee t n ga b genh e ted in a t4aik battle and ed "the most lous en state 7% r"'1u4 2, an au ,tumoa,
Sl ldotor tor"edo-boat, affairs i t is P possible to imagine in eJuly n Ct0abl mpoyeat s
but they are without His adventure started over the this city in this Yatr of gro., ten the T.T.C raoMM.
4f Ia-t. landing beaches in 1Normandy 44 .soT a r:
Msan after da when s ssqua rm hd been v He dislosa d U t this was the arr ClarkT4 Wa. Fogarty
I.s forward over the g troop movements. His Spit- same house visited recently by the Hope Ros & Sons Lwd. t
- tltgh swamps adj fire devloped engine troubles ands Honble Gerald Wil t who, he had J. Gleadinalft & Co., Ltd.. Joe.
S at mit forced t only available ending ground b Informed was moving in the Sbga &SOMbE tlnf lastsmo
"to goet ick mile In ts a great stretch of nro-man's a tttr. Tere wer between C o., t., t.,.ato Se t



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fSi. ladich appeared deserted & and t persons crowded into the S&T. iD m &a Co.
hq crls laned.Arrold-jay Ina., John H~aiev~y
SL a~sh..1 p tetUati t im e he top storey of t', bulding.whJch he C A JLtd .Mto
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alomaon. her wrebewee _h-- at Ator So
doutBrittishand -ermannrsome per&f residing inVene- snu- area X Iomn, Antho.ny
laeatanlks had started a pitched btil"I was so completely sbocked at A. 3A11iaoas MUIOIS
ahg (A rundmd bhits *me. TwoDrtieb tanik what I had en s ai .A e g aSMayor, Ltdl n ea
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British Land In France


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# British troop% male their way through low water and up the
beach after leaving landing craft which transported them actos
the Channel to the Normandy beachhead in France on June 6.
This is an official British photo.-tAP photo.)


" Allies Kept

To Main Roads

SIn Italy

r ROME, June 22 iReuter) -- Tire
I weachor has picked .p in Italy but
i thick mud is keeping most 0) the
f Allied troops to the main road and
Along these their drive to the
r north continues. In the Adriatic
sector the last throe days' rain
h has swolkni the streams in the
e path of the Ailied advance but
I they have gone forward beyond the
Sallni and reached a point about;
25 mlle south of the big port ol
r Ancona.
S B.B.C. reporter Michael Reynolds
. says "Italian troops have tak-en
Spar't In our recent attacks on this
lrcnt and it was these Italians who
swung left from the coast into the
Mountains and rot through to
Ascoll and Teramo. They are well
suited to mountain warfare and
t can move rapidly over difficult
country."
Over in the centre Eighth Army
e troops are fanning cut trom Peru-
gia moving north around both sides
of Lake Trasinic.;io. The iB.C.
reporter says it is along this front
that German resistance once again
shows signs of stiffening, but he
thinks it unlikely that the Ger-
mans are doing anything more than
large-scale delaying actions proo-
ably to cover their defensive pre-
pwrations along the coastline be-
'ween isa and Riminli.
Well to the west of Perugia
French troops have driven the
Germans from several villages on
the coast. American troops are
now 15 miles north of Oroseeto.
Allied aircraft yesterday made
more that, 1,100 flights without
loss. Their targets included rail-
way bridges in northern Italy,
shipping Leghorn harbour and
German communications in the
battle area.
(Assoclated Press said field des-
patches from a correspondent
said casualties inflicted upon the
Germans during the 41 days of
the Allied offensive Italy wero
estimated unofficialy at between
80,000 and 100,000 killed, wounded
and captured.)
U'iteds States heavy bombers
from the Mediterranean in their
first operation since last Frioay to-
day attacked targets in northern
Italy. Liberators and Fortresses
attacked the Flat works in Turin
as well as railyards along the
Milan-Riminl line. The main yards
at Parma and Bologna were also
bombed.
Industrial Targets b,
Northern Italy Hit
ROME, June 22 (AP) Strong
forces of Fifteenth Air Force heavy
bombers, escorted by Llghtnings
and Mustangs, attacked industrial
targets in northern Italy in the first
operation in a week. Targets hit
Included the Fiat works In Turin.
the Chlvasso Motor Transport re-
pair depot. 20 miles southwest of
Turin, rallyards al6ng the Milan-
Rimlnl yards. Including those at
Parma. Modena and Bologna Dam-
age was done to rail installations
Including bridges at other point*.


Burma Forces
Near Meeting
OUTHAT ASIA HEADQUAR-
TI7R. Randy, June 22 (Reuter)
fturteenth Army troops have 4l-
wen the Japane from all but 10
miles of the vita, supply road from
aSm to Bursma. The men coming
dcwn from Kohima have advanced
another 1i miles in one day's flight-
tf an d th ha brought them to
a point within 10 miles of thlir
comnudes oumfte up to meet the
from Inph&L
Th rapid dvance caught t>b
JSpteet e an the wrong fLot and
Ieye aft. anoMnifV fabd. eolh-
m mmd M ipon teMr flight.

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Hitler Returns
To Bcrchtcsgadcn
LONDON, June 22 (AP) Ac-
cording to a London source
with close connections with un-
derground Gernmny, Hitler es-
tablished hisll headquarters at
or near Le Mans, the day after
the invasion but a day or two
'.itrr withdrew to Troyes and a
ftew days after returnitd to
Berrhtesgadcn.
It is reported also that Rom-
mel had a recurrence of intes-
tinal ftver.


Londoner

Awarded V.C.

LONDON. June 22 2Rn.;ier) -
A Londoner wno slngiehiuided
wiped out two Japanewee poitiull
on the Assam lont has been
awarded the Victoria Cross, post-
humously.
More .han two months ago,
Lee. Croporal John Pennlngion
Harman, 29, of the Queens uwn
Royal West Kent KRegiment, was In
command of a section of a forward
plato.n. In the darkness the Ja-
panese estaotished a machine-gun
post onqy 0O yards away.
Lce-Corpl. harinan went forward
alone with a four-second grenade.
Hle hung on to tLe grenade for at
least two seconds aiter releasing
the lever andl ten, threw It at the
enemy. He followed up the gre-
nade, immediately, annihilated the
post andi took the minaclmt-gun
Wack to nis section.
La'ly lext day, Lce-Corpl. Har-
man's section was in psitlon aoout
150 yards Iroui tle Japanese and
he saw a Japanese party digging-in
under cover of fire from machine
guns and snipers.
Lce.-Corpi. Harman ordered his
Bren gun to cover him, fixed his
Layontii, and th'n suingiensaded
again charged the enemy position,
shooting tout of the Japanese,
bayonelig another and wiping
out the post. On Uis way back he
was sho, by machine-gun bullets
and died saon after regaining the
Lorltish lines.

British Ambassador
To Brazil Due Today
Sir Donald St. Clair C.ilncr,
British Ambassador to Brasil, is
expected here today to join his fam-
lv before :roceeding to Rio de
Janetro to take up his new duties.
An Associated Press m mage re-
ceived yeaterdav quoted an Inter-!
view with Sir Donald in which he
declared: "I am looking forward
Immensely to my tour of duty In
Rio de Janeiro, and I hope to main.
tain and strengthen the ltrne-
lv friendly Anglo-BraeIlan re.-
Lions "
Sir Donald was until recently
British Ambassador to Ventsuela.

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8L'PREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCA
June SRI tReuter) Final all-out attack by American assault forces cm
the fortress of Cherbourg began at two o'clock this afternoon and wa
concentrated on the ring of defences on heights West and southwet
of the city where the Germans appeared in strength and welli
entrenhed.
-+ + United States infantry stuak
i arund the whole strongly-defended
T eG G r n 'erman arc four and a half to ftA
r jerm a miles e e around Cherbourg-loC*
Thin lines of
Force Trapped he-reen1111
in I right ; M-'
light. Overhead
At Cherbourg t"ere O vsera
steady drone Of
hundreds of
WASHINGTON, June 22 (AP). 'planes a the
Mr. Henry Stinimon, War Secre- Allied air forMe
tary, said at a Pres conference ham red select-
today that American forces on the ed military t4srt.
Cherbourg Peninsula have trapped Sets in the area
elements of three German divi. f Cherbourg-
sions in the Normandy port and Oherou wit-hin
Its environs. wt I nona wlUt
Mr. Stinmon said- "It has been the city It-Atl
notable in the Normandy opera.- The might of
tions, that the enemy has not 0 the attack wal
made available any such m esia utnleashed at 12.40
of reserve as would constitute n im. by Britist
a major counter-offensive. He antC American
amassed a very vizeahle army but ROMMEL medium bomberS
newly-arriving divisions had to he and dive-bomb-
committed piecemeal In an effort era of th- Ninth Air Force plus Brt.
to contain the Allied forces. ish 'planes to begin pounding of
"During this period we have the fortifio:tinns it. the Cherbourg
been able to build up our own
armies on the continent In a ver line for stralhtminut. Behind
strong fashion. Men and equip- thee a"tillery and troops moved tuI
ment, Including heavy arms, were Th"en th(y stormed the Oerman de.
landed on the beachhead in an fences.
amazing volume. Gahls' over the It w. s tlhe serlcan right flank
Channel interfered at times with which set the stage for the final
this traffic, but the weather Is not push. In n .wift blow the fore
too serious an Impodlment." striking to Cherbourg froW east,
----_____-- Fla, hed he last rmin read betwea
Cherbourg and St. Pierre 1wa A
--,-umen eerven the faster tip oft e peninla.
Judgments l Reserv thus .re'enttn tlhe Germans from
hauling large, numbers of guns Into
In Leary's Case the front.
LONDON, June 22 (CPI-Judg- SURRENf)E t DEMANDED
ment was reserved today In Ltry Thiree German divlsions and naval
Constantine's case for damages units tapped In Cherbourg hae
against Imperial London Hote:i been askcd by the Alied High
Limited alter the hotel mar.ige- Cimmand to s irrender. Leaflets
"ent had .'stifled that the offen- calling upon ie Germans to "give
sive remarks alleged had not been up" were dri .:ped by Allied 'plans
used by the hotel's reprcsentatlveM today
in declinIng to give hotel accommo- The Allied High Command's leaf.
nation to the noted cricketer from I told the 709th, 343rd. and 17th
the West Indles last J"y,. They infantry divisions and personnel
also testifed that Constantine left f naval units in Cherbourg:
the hotel at his own request. "Cherbourg is encircled. None ot
Constantine is suing for damages you can get out and .1o one cat
for alleged breach of contract to relieve you. Sea routes land
lodge hnim at the Imperial Hot". rcutec and air routes are blocked.
His counsel asserted that his wife Your situation is hopeless Y6a,
nnd daunhtc. were asked to leave leaders have written you off. Yo
the hotel because the management ..-- -
"did not want them there." IitE tse TURN TO PAOa ,COL, t 1


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lighters Acoed bv -boIat 00n
the way 10t Elba They le thM
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with guns and torpedes.
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SJapanese Suffer Defeat

In Naval-Air Encounter

F'ULL details of the naval battle between
the Japanese fleet and Admiral
Nimits' American carrier task force in
the Pacific are not yet available, but it in
.clear that the enemy has suffered another

;defeat. Obviously intending to conserve
its dwindling resources, Tokyo has long
Savoided naval engagements, trying to
postpone them until the war has reached
nearer the Japanese home islands. It is
not clear what was the mission of the
*powerful enemy fleet, but it is possible
that gs movement was a reaction to
the landing of American troops on Sal-
:pan, in the Marianas, the capture of
which would place the Allies within 1,250
miles of Tokyo and bring the Japanese
Into easy bombing range.
"Once we have taken the Marianas,"
says Admiral Nimitz, "it will be like
money In the bank, and we can project
our jea power hundreds of miles to the
wet of there." The Japanese apparently
ubecribe to this view, or they would not
have despatched such a large force of
aircraft against the American amphib-
iouas operations there. The heavy cost of
the effort-more than 300 'planes loot-
is evidence of mounting Allied power
and ability to turn back any Japanese
stroke. The Japanese have for some time
been suffering heavy air losses In the
Pacific, and the loss of a further 353
'planes on Sunday in the attack on Ad-
miral Spruance's Fifth Fleet will result
ta widening the margin of superiority
held by the Allied air forces.
The clash with the Japanese fleet
was only of short duration, but it was
sufficiently long to enable the American
bombers and torpedo 'planes to sink or
damage 14 enemy warships. The battle
does not seem to have developed into
the decisive encounter that was expected,
solely because the Japanese broke off the
Engagement and fled under cover of
darkness. This defeat will probably Im-
pose greater caution, on the Japanese,
but the importance of Sailpan to us sug-
gests that they will not be content to let
the battle for that island continue
without further attempts to Intervene
and change its course.
Tokyo's policy of avoiding battle with
the American naval forces is clearly des-
tined for failure. A navy is an offensive
weapon, and It is being wasted when
not used for attack. With losses being
Inflicted on it every time It ventures
forth, and with Allied air power securing
bases closer and closer to its hideouts,


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SPORTS


Japan 6t90. my b est bso e d-
i.s~a NMK Ot i *W m..

vanUtar fe te AUi Wo arf tiowbg
bow a pugul eMfst abodldto ued, ad
m In Austagerr trthecbane to Smd
the VB* Jpme navy f the boom.
SAllied strategy is working out ad-
mirahy In thU Pacifle, whea the Jap-
ams hav Ung masd to ca ft tune.
They hoped to impose on the Allies a
time-commming policy of hopping from
island to island, but they must be dis-
appointed that our forces are making
more rapid progress towards their objec-
tives, leaving their strongpoints behind
to be dealt with more eal"y in due
course.


Air Adviser Should Help

With Laventille Project

A BROADCAST from British Guiana
last Monday announced that Mr. B.
C. H. Cross, Adviser on Air Transport to
the Colonial Office, would visit that Col-
ony in the near future in connection with
plans to establish an airdrome. This
news is of special interest to Trinidad in
view of the airport developments planned
here, and Mr. Cross should be asked to
stop over at Port-of-Spain long enough
to advise on the Laventille project.
In a sense travel by air has only just
begun. No one can safely predict the
pattern of the future, but the stimulus
the war has given to aviation id enor.
mous, and it is certain that much of the
world's passenger travel and freight
movement after the war will be accom-
plIshed by air. The big steamship com-
panies realise this, and the stock-
holders of the Cunard line have voted
to change their charter to permit the
building of airports and the operation
of air liners along with sea craft. Where
large concerns operate fleets of airplanes,
the cost of air travel will go down and
traffic will further increase.
If Trinidad with its favourable geo-
graphical position is to take advantage
of these developments, it must plan on a
sufficiently ambitious scale. It will be
foolish to construct an airport for 'planes
landing at 60 miles an hour when land-
ing speeds of 100 miles are already com-
mon. Nor can we safely build a 10,000-
foot runway when the Air Ministry
considers 11,000 the Irreducible mini-
mum, and an increase in this figure is
sure to be necessary before long. If It is
true that the Government is working on
small-scale specifications at Laventille,
as Indicated in Information recently
given to the Chamber of Corrmmnerce, then
the quicker these plans are revised the
better.
We said on May 31 that airport plan-
ning must be done by experts if Trinidad
is to be ready for post-war opportunities
in aviation. The visit to the Caribbean
of the Secretary of State's Air Transport
Adviser should be utilised to help put our
plans in proper shape. Lack of foresight
in constructing the Central Water
Scheme has resulted in endless difficul-
ties, for the great Increase In the use of
water quickly outstripped tht capacity of
the reservoirs. We do not want the La-
ventille airdrome to be obsolete almost as
soon as it Is completed.


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SPALDING TENNIS RACKETS-
FRAMIE ONLY
$9.00, $12.00, $14.00 end $18.00 each
Stringing $8.00

TABLE TENNIS SETS-
Net-Posts-4 3olis and 4 Bots-
at ... $7.75 and $12.00 per Set
Net-2 Posts only ......... $ 4.00 per Set


Bots


$ 2.16 each


MEN'S BRACES ............. ............ $1.45 and $1.50 per pair
MEN'S LEATHER BELTS .-._._ $1.46, $1.50 and $2.16 eoch.
MEN'S OVERCOATS .... $8.16 end $213.93 each.




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S..43 OR
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Mr. Gereld Wight Supported
On Health Service Inquiry
The Uier, a", utNa4 GuiMs.k
The HNMI* 0arald Wights 1s-
shwtan In the Leuialat1Ye Council.
asonf for Us appointment of a
em ttee by OverUmei to re-
view the meic and heaMlth pol
of the Coony, and to make reoo-
mendations towards their improve-
ment, was lonic overdue, and
Mr. Wight ieterve- special
= tulations for his merlatrious
to the community.
Prom the many unftvourable re6-
ports reaching the public within
recent times about the medical
organsatlon of the Colony, we were
somewhat mystified to find the
real came, but from Mr. Wight's
long, lucid and historical s.ur-ey ol
Its functions a ray of light has
been shed, whereby, we are now
better able to ise thing.
If ever there' was a time that
Government needed to pay good
attentiontothe medical and health
services of the Colon It la now
when every able-bodLd man and
woman Is required to give every bit
of his and her physical energy and
resourcefulness towards the sue-
cessflul prosecution of the war.
How will we be able to accom-
plish such a olosal task, when
our medical and health organisa-
tion, something so essential to the
community, is so far below the
standard everyone desires?
It has been said .hat "A nation's
health is a nation's wealth," and
the same applies to Individu-
als. since nations are comprised of
Individuals.
We need men like Mr. Wight on
our couPCils; men who have co m-
munity interest at heart, men of
great courage, intuition and perspi-
cacity. I
F. L MeGUIME.
Port-of-Spain.
Empty Houses Regretted
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Cannot the Government do some-
thing to the owners or the agents
with regard t o the houses that bre
kept closed while dozens of eple
are in need of a house? When
will an end be put to the perni-
cious practices? You make in-
quiries, and both the landlords and
agents will tell you: "Places are all
rented." But, month after month,
we find no tenants occupy these
premises. What a sad state of
affairs. If not, you are told the
places are not for sale. I can
give a list of about 24 houses empty
at the present time.
Will the Government not take
Immediate steps to rectify that?
Houses are said to be tenanted and
for months nobody occupies the
places. People r.re suffering. There
is something very wrong some-
where. A SUFFERER.


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Thakful fwr their liberation frram FaiXt rule, thee Italian
nsne hold audlMke with two Canale. Seoi.. The Canadi es, both
office, an show with the ua after the capture of AMagl dur-
in the drive en See. They are Capt. D. W. Rome (left) of Toronto,
and Cat. L J. CerU, ef Windesr, Out.


Financial Stability Helped

By Crown Colony Government


This article points out that
Crown Colony Goverment has
advantages in securing financial
stability, and that eutlde ap-
itl will not readily be iaveted in
a Colony with unsetUed sad
mercurial political tendenciese.
By FELIXU MENTOR
The British are a nation of
businessmen. Napoleon called them
a "nation of shopkeepers." The
bare statement shorn ot its
Napoleonic scorn was not wrong.
At that time,-the early years of
the 19th Century- England was
in proportion to her size the larg-
est exporter of manufactured goods
in Europe.
As her export trade was largely
with the Continent, Napoleon con-
ceived the idea of effecting by his
Berlin Decree what he could not
attempt with his fleet, namely, the
keeping of English goods from
the Continent.
But, as tne shopkeepers could
also fight, the great man had to
spend his last days at St. Helena
while England continued with
"business as usual."
Being a buiiiness people, the Bri-
tish must be expected to observe
business principles in the manage-
ment of colonial and other affairs
of State.
Interesting Study


but receive effect by a parliamen-
tary procedure.
It Is good and useful that the
main object for which' Crown
Colony rule exists anywhere should
be distinctly seen and not mis-
understood. For the knowledge
should be helpful by its showing
what Westminister expects of any
community that aspires to Nation-
hood within the British Empire.
The evidence establishes the fact
that mere educational qualification
and proof of loyalty to Britain
are conditions that cannot by them-
selves Justify a people's claim to
the coveted prize of Dominion sta-
tus.
Let me here cite, as the lawyers
say, a very convincing case on the
point. Not many years ago, the
neighboring Colony oft British
Guiana enjoyed quite a democra-
tic constitution. The people con-
trolled their own affairs through
an elected body. The majority
vote of that body expressed the
will of the people to allow or dis-
allow any Government measure
brought before it.
It was an enviable constitution,
something of which a colonial com-
muilty could be justly proud. But
British Guiana did not thrive.
With vast resources untapped, the
Colony could only contemplate the
potentialities without the power to
do anything. Gold and diamond
deposits, vast forests of rich tim-
ber, promising a lumbering indus-
try to approach If not to rival that
of Quebec, communications to
make the interior with all its na-


Government


COCOA 1943-1944
CROP

Agreements have been oscluted
between Rxporers of coco,
the exception of the Cooa Pvteatw
AssocIation, and Cjvern t,
whereby the rters mayretain
the ual expenses of ot
and dir chargeM, In A .ddi-
ion, profit of Oc. per f tna eo
all cocoa shipped to any d4ttla-
tion up to the 30th September 44s,
the balance of the rees oQ
sales ben pited In t the
sury for dsruuon to producers
on the basis o the ratio of the
total of the Pool, I ee Oc t
administration, to the total amount
of cocoa sold t4 dealers by pro-
ducers.
2. AllU producers of cocoa are
hereby notified that If they desire
to participate In the distribution of
the Pool. in respect of the 0o00
crop year conmencau the Ut
October 1O8. and ending the 10th
September, 1944, they ahouM Sub-
mit to the Accouptant 0- .erl,
n hater th the Slt jeegmbe,
10%4. their Cocoa Sales Slip giving
full partlculars of sale.. of cocoa to
Dealeis.
3. Any producers who fail to
send in their cocoa salem p* or
other evidence or :Ies by the Slt
Decembe. 94... will be excluded
when the distribution of the Cocoa
Pool Is troide.
4. All dealers are aereby request.
e(' to co-op-ate by furnishin to
the Accountant General, net later
than the 31st December, 1m4,
full particulars of their purchases
of cocoa in total from each indi-
vidual in the following form :-
6a) Dealer's name and business
address;
(b) Total quantity obtained from
each person;
(c) Name and address of per-
son or persons from whom
the rcoa was obtained.
ERROL L. DOS SANTOS.
Acting Colonl.-l Secretary.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
ORDINANCE
NOTICE

Re-Death of (a) BOOPSINOH, a
workman lately employed with
Ste. MAdeleine Sugar Co.,
Ltd., which occurred on the
11th day of May. 1944.
(b) SEEMUNOAL, a workman
lately employed with Trinidad
Sugar Estates Ltd., which oc-
curred on the 28th day of
February, 1944.
compensationn In the above mat-
ter having been deposited with me
under Section 8 of the Workmen's
Compensation Ordinance, the de-
pendants of the said (A) Boopsinih
nind (bh) eemunal are hereby re-


rort-oi-Spaui tural wealth accesisile-ali nese se urd -- r .-efor
This provides a very interesting cale for money,missioner on Friday
Editor's Note: The overnment study, and when we get to under- qiroed9 o riape o e r c
ha accepted ou suggestion to a- stand what really matters with British sC July 194iCa, at 9.30
low short-term tenancies where those who direct Imperial affairs f-Spanon hen the 0or
owners are temporarily absent from at Westminster, it is easy to see of-Spain, when the (
Trinidad. But It has not acted on the reason why Britain's Colonial British Guiana bad not the shall proceed to deter
our proposal to allow similar ten- policy remains the same whether mean to attend to them. The tribution thereof.
andes where houses are Intended it be a Labour, a National or a Colony appealed to British finan- Proof of relationship
for sle. Conservative Government that Is clers; the Government.spent hun- dents to the deceased
in power. dreds of dollars advertising In the b required by the C
Immigrants Should Return? Every Party set up in power re- English press to delegation of able t b urny. Shed c
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian." cognises the condition that what- men went to England; on their Wy inquiry Such pnrc
ree~san aunet cn 'n" ~ aU 'levr he or ofOovrnentesthey stopped in Trinidad and put the form of,-ertificate
Preceding and during the con- ever the form of Government e- their caae before a Port-of-Spain the form of cerif-cat
struction of the Amercan bases tablished anywhere in the Empire, audlence-tho most convincing case and of marriage as in
thousands of persa fiom h lthe principle of the representation ever heard. They must have put stances be necessary.
tlhousndsiof peron sfro--m t he ',l f interests concerned in the pro- Dtd"7hdyo
neighbouring colonies mgated tofai inteoesrogy eo, hi
..n.d... ...o....o rest concerned itep even more strongly before the'le Dated this 7th day o
l lad ndto- ?'-. .1duction of the country's wealthAUwsivan
-ni ad. Condition of their resi- must be present. Engitish audiences. a nvn .. .
dance here are unknown by me.m t Opent Bnglish audiences. Al was in vain.l
dence here are unknown by me. BritGish Guiana failed to convince
Anyone with wooden spectacles can If It is by a body of elected re- British financiers. What was Deputy Registrar. Sul
see these people Jostling with the presentatives Government is to be wrong? That b autiful constitution _________ _
local people for the already dwind- guided, the constituencies will at- stood in the way. It put the Col-
llnt employment. tend to the matter. If It Is by a ony in tne position of a business- Control Board
There was an Island-wide regis- nominated body, the selection al- man who wanted to borrow money
traction. Several of these people uatys brings the different interests but would not concede to a prospec-
were given plnk Identification cards, together in the advisory body. The tilve creditor the right to inquire-
A check up would find more to be representation might not be ade- into his affairs; he would tolerate
Issued. Either give them the option quate but it in never absent as no such interference by any In- CUSTOMS ITEM
of being enlistees, if there Is need a principle from any British sys- quisitlve creditor. Thus would hap- .
for them. In the South Caribbean tern of Government. pen In the business world to such Cinematograpn
Force, else order forthwith the When a colony, not having the a person. so It came about that
whole pink slip lot back one month financial competence, has need of British Guiana could not get credit -
after this Is in print, outside help to get its resources anywhere in Great Britain.
These people from outside will developed, it Is obvious it cannot Therefore, that Colony had to t i hereby notifti
be more useful to the community be in a position of Independence, give up that constitution and "List. of P rohibition
It they should return to their island Compelled to borrow such cept Crown Colony Rule. Since in the "Royal Gaet
homes now, for employment and a colony' position would be. ana- then, British money has been found December 13
housing are getting scarcer and logous to that of a firm that de.' to developed the resources.of that ber, 1943,
penda upon borrowed money to country. With the British, Iti s mended so as to per
smcr very day. P1.92. In Wo~tion oflth ^ Elecrica
ort-of e-Spai AFFECTED carry ao business. business as business should be done stion of Electrc
Port-of-SpaioTeceio ol ics i Their financiers prefer to invest Cluemaorp pa
SThe creditor would discuss his where the stability of Crown Col- placement of sillAn
Praye u t conditions with the responsible ony Government obtains; for as wholv worn out and
rayr Club Greeted head of the Arm, who in the in I neammen they do not like to air. or totally destrl
The EdItor, "Trinidad Guardian." trest of the bcusine, wil stakes. withthe mercurial un. flood, or similar catl
Members of the Trinidad' Prayer thencsaytps tcr.ry gut certainties of Colonilpolitics. exceptional cases for
Club will be pleased to know that terms of the agreement. oino irea at, provtdr
the following meage has been The Minister responsible to Par- n No f1d amusement for civilla
received from Mr, Thomas Hamb- ligament for Colonial affairs i the In* W bf ndlarda
tin, editor of -The Science of Secretary of State for the Colonies. L 8. M
Thought Review:" He is in the position of the re- The Newfoundland case was g A. Secretary, Co
"Pleae convey my beat wishes sponslble head with whom Bri. somewhat similar. It wa the same
to the members of the Prayer tish financiers arrange for loan- need of financial aid that was Old Post Offlce Build
Club praI that God will bless to the Colonies, wanted and the same condition had 7, St. Vincent Stre
them and that they will con- to be -met. Newfoundland's con- Port-of-Spain.
tinue to r for peace, as I Need of Loa stitution Is in a state of suspension
p i s the ra for pea wer 11141 1a ofuntil she pays back the help given.2
the world." With such examples of the rit une,1944.
the^n w .Id, ^ When a colony is In need of a Ishwayin Government before us, it _0 I
Deilpearti aenoid fomberda- loan, it is convenient to both sides does not seem to me likely that NOTICE TO J
hp cards are now rea4y for dis- that the creditor and the reopon- even a Federated Weat Indies would
tribstion to district leaders and sible head are both In England. be able to make any headway at
members of the various district The loan being made, it Is quite Westminster towards Dominion sta- ---
committee. clear, as a matter of business the tus unless existing loans from M NOTICE
GEO. McDONALD CRAMERi. Secretary of State must be in the Brith finance to these colon ies i t I
President. Trinidad Prayer position to have the colony fulfil were first discharged. This would ven that the date
Club. the conditions on which the loan no doubt be the first requirement, tiOnS by persons fo
Pct-of-paln was made. If the affairs of the then would foUllow other problems from serving as Ju
o -O---colony were In the control of an lite the rights of minorities Sessions to be held
ODn iTOTM ENGLISH elected council representing the minority groups with large Spain on Monday, tb
CIANJiN L people, a Council having the power interests at stake would fear of June, 1944, has lbe
(DediatedI tOCwape Bat* to disallow by majority vote the the domination of the polls by the from Thursday, the
aCat. the w AD.C.) measures of Government thera peponderant grou In te" o June, IM4. to SAT
lowd1 S tra it! svereigno ? so would be the risk of GovJoernment p n dera gourpe t pop u24th dnay of June1M
That srwesystrIn so at majority not being able to carry out the .i. Therefore the opposition o 24th day of June, 1944
1f. t the i w itWt s cliffs b Dov~e, measures necessary for the f such a minority to a scheme of
orw. ^ ^^ th fu-sl-oenetbse pnu ae hs22nd da
Pull thrse hundred miles peat Oornwall a. filment of the colony's obli-gtions. self-government baed upon uni- this
the 0. ..Thus when a British col v ral suffra gm ustu beexpected.
0,rees d U Oe0eat oprotcti s obliged to look to Brtah AtWAsminsti they stand v
exed L. financial help. the Crown cower firmly on the irrevocability of the A. V. N. MC(
Getile-ilike to bowi sad defend sse facilitates it. hehrignr~hts of minorities when a change
Miliiass fa~ir and ploeasatleak.atotora o systemodeane ad h
lom'ssublo seatirnl fmm Jonra. individual, a business fArm, or a esttultloa Is dmanded and the
Usoish? using of R.ud an iategfl part thone which mus h observed As West n s ha.
orat.lefly saisn4 everyM heart. a buslnese colonising nation the ,m*oe. a ttitudetI the V A
Who- exIstose surely and Bolly British knew that oonleaes wouldM Indlia contr"rsiy anbeau of
depnds leave need of money beyond their, t prinpe110l*tr i! bp ap-
Upon thy pervetual a aud Sow, iart ability to provide eo as to have md or1 the ret or Ireland.
b chart. their resources develope.is doctrine wh dnes the Headmaster,
o00 after (to minded Nuoed to issil righ of a majorlity tou to have
Sattempted to ore t -s wout f"m eln l Printml el thoe ieh ltution of a colonyan-. .
Utli I Il. -. t e d Mean.. .. "to s- in"k. "MMWnulled ihout the sonsent o all ppUcations ar n
Out tmatey tIsea t ad iS.lsafe tyov en 00t41e2 1of the commUBnity. is based Orniada Boys' Second
whe they sa il. Ot Consequently, upon sound buis upon a found business principle. pensionable, is 1500 p.e
lavisomted with Uin.peakae esa, w n!ess principle s, y devised. for onr e ty to n .agreement can.- 1 per annumr. Appo
V*, r such colonies, a system of Govers- not by bhMielf terminate an agree- Of the grrade If necel
Owriiturty to extol th oi voice bod ment that facilitates borrowing a u eit for I conditIons remain appear to justify such
mo beave, insures repayment. Yet, the Bri- bnin n until by common 3. The ouilficatlou
y thePo- ofhthe t l isso dIslikedespotio n. o as otraetiniparties tralnini n education,
salt 0 thingthatrit rsmbleruit the i ns te t Wagreemet brought to an mentary school work.
sall lot... .it! lt I ots being just,. a m atter of the nd. the apnllcatlon.
Ant td, --'-D-Y-t-, =maimner t Governr on recelva Inta eomtke T emetlltlon of S Colony is a The R"dM"t
itrisomlatipaeeuting them rin- with.- eul a a coveant g .estabi dshment In e
pl teir, tacut acaringarawheedther kaynybe asItole Silobetweein allpartiesftre Quarters.
to .1,00,4 -l n.sout *osring What W" w. .,a eItetu
Mhe bow *i t rshl pla.seeman pleed or ntthe sys ,ewI amlt Renc for a na- 4. The average dd
plu ma ".& e ta poet w m l re d s hol be1 at In then boarding establish ment
Is l1' 5 ote. official m em bers. 0 t 10 W e 111es,4It am illt ec..eve tractor's Offce, Gre nad a
O 31llas'.l Strsttw 0 iover. CeignIseal .. ... l .s "o, m I tieetr r.Oi
Iest weaves .isones ,.majesty.W It isevidence of British ecs. th.e m s of ilti_ allIjuly, 1544,
Vse web a swellttIo wfandederatioen for the ftloo of the sht t- h f with Trida d oil
s-vat. I go~verned, Ithat 1=t=oic rom m "A Oad"Welieeweto Makea
Vo,1t4in o1 Ofvriastn iiberty,. t Colonial On1 e to direct 06SSvole5s dlland A"
2w 4AUGRV *B014 WIL61AMS. by Government a"le he W1.tminetet.
i95ieaa. in conAfdence la tae s arttmiiif. the buuiftw vatI


S-he Corn-
e 7th day of
lock in the
House, Port-
Commissioner
mine the die-
p of depen-
workman will
Commissioner
claimants at
.of to be in
es of birth
the circum-
f June, 1944.
. GOML.',
premoe Court.

I Notice


Ne. 144
Apparatus


ed that the
" published
te" of 2nd
i herewith
rmit the Im-
ally operated
atus for re-
r equipment
beyond re-
'yed by fire,
trophe or In
new theatres
ng sufficient
&n.
INORI,
ntrol Board.
ding,
It,



JURORS

is hereby
for applflca-
r exemption
jurors at the
at Port-of-
Ae 2th day
en postponed
22nd day of
fIDAY, the
I4, at 10 an.
ay of June,


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M1GM CoUR of
AOminuLTYfDvil J

INPUK rum ~
00001 Taken
froa shi as
~ iJ
PUBLIC NOTICE Is
that In pursance f
GMTv"d from thef
mMa. London, XnglaniLB
be put up for esalw
Uon on Moaday the
July 1944. t the how
at e Contraband&i
house, H. M
Spain, the under
and articles sealed i pi
tar:- "'^
Large quantities at
beentlal Ous, P
And Kxtracts etc, a m
as will appear.
The mad goods wil
"I a separa lots ataj
below the appraised Vslne
the ald goods togeer W
umen t may be
^iw pu RegisrarH
ourt. Permission tot i
spet the said good Si-wE
ed by appointment. ,
All further Informs
obtained from the
Deputy Reglstrar. SUpMS ,
Dated this 6th day of
LA
Subsutute for Ad
__ Trinidad and
Power

Post of ,
Foreman
St. VincmiL,


Applications are Invited
vacant post o Foreman
at the Power itation, It.
A Cold Storage plant Is'
an adjunct and though %s.
dant is in charge of this
Foreman Mechanic will beo
to exercise supervision a,
maintenance of Its mucm i
equipment. -
The post Is non-
a salary at the rate of
by Annual Increments of 1
per annum. In additmioni.
is also payable, the
being 16 per annu .
to St. Vincent will be
the successful applicant.
Candidates applying for
should possess MoialdeM
rience In the operation,
ance. and fitting o0 l
engines.
Applications, containing lM
ticulars of the applicant g
tUons and experience.
by testimonails. should be
to the Superintendent,
& Telephone DepSrtmn- !. U
cent, and must be ncelvYi
than 30th June, 144. .
(Sd. J. P. I.g~ f~j
Superintendent beltrlit .
and Telephone
CONTROL BOARD LUf
Wine!
Wm .

Witi reference M O. .i
Notice of lith May 14,
In the Royal aette U .
1944. It is hereby
licences will not be pati
importation of *win
therein from '-h Unt
at present .
Ag. Secretary. OintrM .'
Old Post Office BuIldlfl
7 St. Vincent Street,
Port-of-Spain.
21st Juna. 1944. "

Colonial Secret"l 'CO
HEALTH _DEPAT,

Vaeasele .. .. ,
Saniltry Iu.


Applications inciteS
mm mt as HW ,.
g ea alSU"T

3. The tpost arn
carry a salary of IV* B
rising by annualS
to $M per annum 9
ject to passing 0
by further annual
05 to $1,440 per tajSS
two years in the Bitt
would be *ubjeO*<1 4
medical eaaislsiallO5.


1. CandidatW i
maen thaA 30 M
must hold theot
tary nspectoroftbtw
tary Institute aaid-!
pared to sem10 4N
Colony to w0ic
po-e for dutyb-
Appllcatons s
to the foewt
vlow and shOUN w
oa at WeONe IN1

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CANT POST

Grenada Boys' Secondaory fS
vited for filng the vacant 90VA
lary School. The mlary of .-
r annum rising by annual 1-c!
ntaments may be made at tb_ iJ
lr7. should the qmMflcatiB ms w
a concession.
is remul" are a sntversltv ya
appropriate ewperience and$
At least two t5inUMD"
wil berequlaudv W W 4 1010
onside at a m hchh mbeis pw~
fly someimme of the Scho 15
lad be BaINI 11 to the
ak 613d dMM'be r~owv" Md..J,
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*,- On Cherhourg

to NowU ay
It his IOCBNTlMN v MM PAU


R cannot ame ame siuatio*- butI
uyu w wishesm to s leave bbalife
t amam Csa do so. O e overninrlyr'n
| small groups, if you =annt iti-
nwemeo e rto ia hiM in toe
terin and wat until we come.
of all watt until our Infantry
eml zf *e.rkit your cooktng uten-
alts with yout"
iCtTl ENCOIRCED
General Omar ft aldleyn wowk
punched towads0 0 heart Of te
Cherbourg delseso as Allied
pisaies made a pveW u raid todLay
on the oare of German rsetance.
The endjth uscut of the Cero-
bour fartos wa almost completed
last ntlht, and the Germanue, still
410102 00 to fighting strongly, have fallen back
ttt IheBrM three y prepared Zones.
n L t hendiAnurimn forces have particularly
Cott the o enman tropseleft Into
go Trk5ftd d Oovern- three parts. The Germans ar be-
Sat yes y mail .e Ino driven Into the sea.
S.e t ^ h St. Pierre Eglise has been cap-
Y011101161Y f00mated by tured thus cutting the last road
Kiiamilion hi the Senond running into Cherbourg from the
Sto tind trial t he east, and bringing the Americans
O stpan Asslhes, to within two miles of the coast,
fre,- h where they can tra.' the remaining
I, an East Indian youth, German forces in the eastern tip
BCourt yesterday to be of the peninsula,
irm to find a thing andj In the extreme west, Beaumont-
Was to steal. The lesson Hague, only two miles from the
means free, however, coast, is threatened b) Allied
charged $25 by Mr. W. troops who are across the road to
hi teacher. The amount Cap De La Hague. Cerman forces
a fine imposed on him west of this point are therefore
agltrate for the theft ut of cut Off. Beaumont-ague is two
Which he said he found miles esuth of the northern beaches
Sthe American bases and aIx miles from Cap ne La
Sum find anything like Hague. the extreme north-westerly
you keep It, you have point of the peninsula. One of the
'tbe finagistrat stated assaults on Cherbourg is appar-
yen. tly being made from Martinvast,
11., who "a also found on three miles to the south. The pic-
sl area when he did not ture of the line given at S.H.A.t T.
ni necessary authority, was tonight was that it ran from St.
is pay another $25 for Pierre Eglise in the east, down to
so polloe alleged that he P fossil, six miles southeast of
he to procure drinks for Cherbourg. south to Martinvast,
Ow or frthen northwest of Bols Du Mon-
durols
SH who, after dl- British tank forces have again
.,e u0sefuness of two pressed forward in heavy armoured
footboards which he fighting around Tilly, where the bat-
h" eat Four ARoads. tlIs swaying from the vicinity of
E ; :Way ad wascaught ottot to the South of Tilly. ri-
Syesterday ardteredtigh patrols have already reached
ti SO iL a theft. Pontenay, two antd a half miles
be tooko the o ar rsecondread route halfway bet'e en
- the w footime ds Hottot and Caen. A slight advance
M -57 wae nw to him has also been made southwest of
SSuthty. Carentan and there is increased
resistance around Saint Lo.
0 CLOS AIM SUPPOT
eaC S donations Diving to within 100 eet of Her-
man Connon, Marauders, Havocs
Convent Fund and nderbolt of the Ninth
,'Convent F n U11U Air Force thil afternoon carried
Scontrjbutions to the St. out Pcowear l bombing attacks to
clear the way for American troops
k'nvent Relief Ftnd re- advancirg upon the city, Their
70terday. including $250 targets were fortifications im-
W Very Rev. L. 0. Harcourt, mediately ahead of the advance
UM01. $ from the ReV. ground patrols. Ninth Air Force
*perir, also of St.ucila, aircraft, in many waves, battered
from the Corpus Christi gun emplacements, defensive posts,
pe of Kearney, U.S.A., and German troops in a narrow
total UD from $53,739.58 area to the south, southwest anad
1. southeast of the heavily-fortified
contrilbuted on June 10, and port. Their operations were the
O0n Tuesday, June 13, in- closest support that has been given
uoowig donations, In- so far to the armies on the Cher-
Somitted. bourg Peninsula.
WU Alce Ree $1; Ina La Thunderbolts' pilot reported that
; Mr. and Mrs. P. L. the defensive areae surrounding
A; tc Quintal Rosemin Cherbourg on the south had become
011fi an nd Lebanese Corn- a wasteland of rubble and flame.
and; staff of Gabriel


B t PATTERN NOT YET CLEAR
S Of cotntrlbutlons Is as Correspondents with the American
.. ...... force say It got under way this
i ardi ......... ...... S oS afternoon with a full scale attack
lS27 s. 1.78 on the crescent of the German-
of PrPt Jph a held city strong points round the
.y ................. town. The general pattern of the
.00-
Iji ................. &. *no attack was not yet clear' but the
e 00 a axis Of the American thrusts was
ma Se s mi "^said by a BlC reporter to be up-
V. AnftV*pytP iet hill along a secondary road that
1it16 ol................ i4 leads eventually to the heart of the
'n Intetamediatet city.
th."Trim@ "uerdin."0 The latest despatches say that
Sof oarmi if )i Sb *.b00; Pointe-a-Pilerr steady progress, they are meeting
a*acetd by fv. rather,
0e0111;Lsa; S $I .t stiffening aGeran resistance, that
$.00; A WeaU fisher r.B: they have already repulsed one
AMyai Nava l ss' i 1pation German counter-attack and that at
S.'sNo Grlludr &%0.21 d one point there was hand-to-hand
landrina, rseea nd Caifton
a2. c I; Iv M. G'omo 0es ; fighting tonight Just outside Cher-
W arf Tunrs It.C. school 5200; bourg.
A. E .1 Hareonurt-t. Lucia The American infantry moved
M oSr p istperior-l. Ltceis forward after American forces east
,U.B.A. $ .0t C.rmemu, and west of the port had almost
TOsAL.85d: ,6.1. completed its encirclement with ad-
vanced patrols from the north.
_______ -coast of the peninsula. More than a
Ns s mous.,a British and American
mediumwn bombers today bombed the
US DO YOUR man defences sou of the city
S O to ease the advance of the ground
CUSTOMS troops.


WOkK


arO In constant touch wtti
Mtrol Board, the Customs
ke'"l the Steamship Agents
Me well quauifled to clear
KB into or out of the Colony.
a4 as Customs agents tor
.*portant -mE and would
. et for you. Write or give
04- at 4164 or 416C.
i D. Henderson,
1 Chacon Street
Port-of-Spoin.


GOMMARI MENT UKA V
Robert Dunnett, B reporter,
watched the bombers going in from
one of the most forwardd command
posts of the waiting infantry. He
says their salvoes of bombs shook
the earth under his feet. While this
went on In the clear sunny after-
noon the infantry waited in the
lee of farmhouses and in ditches
along the narrow roads between
ridges lying across gently sloping
orchards and fields of green grain
on the hills. The assault went on,
still they waited, then the first
alvoes of shells went down and were
followed by a blinding bombard-
ment by the American artillery
which went down on the Germans
ahead. This was the cue for the
ICONTINURD IN NXXT COL.]_


llilil i IiUlilll~lN~llN~ltlflhllg lUUUl~llll lihlliUllll

nmething New!

TELOZORBANT PROCESSED


MILITARY


KHAKI SHIRTS

ABORW MOISTURE
I iST SAS FAST
onddry
TIMES AS FAST

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INIMAP GUARmD UWAY, uMM 3, 1944


A heap f Masted imfsesy ka t ht MMiaMs of t hes fseg
Demedkute Monasery ,edleeK the Cuasdaue btt o are. The
tMg-he omrGu ima pestie w cas pterem M layI. t hi r -
pkie p1ew. o f the rtub edifeWA was m by Aaseelate4 Prels
pitoppapber Wiiam C. Alien, e- am lafmt i Italy fer the
wam" UrtIaM PL Pee P l.o.)


Italian Tenor

Singer Banned
ROME, June 22 (AP) General
Johnson, Military Governor ol
Rome, said today that 'Beniamino
Gigli. tenor singer, would not sing
at tonight's army concert. The
General apparently had the last
word In the controversy among
Allied authorities over "art versus
politics."
Earlier in the day other Allied
authorities indicated that the Gen-
eral's order yesterday banning
Gigli would be rescinded, or not
enforced.
Johnson said that he had taken
neither Gigli's voice nor his politi-
cal views into consideration in
banninfm him. "For expediency In
handling the troops in Rome. it was
decided that this singer should not
appear in the concert."
It is understood that as a result
of bitter attacks on Oigli, mainly
from Italians, because of his alleged
Fascist past, it was feared that
there might be a demonstration
during the performance.
(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS COL.I
infantry to rush forward at the
double to meet the enemy.
Dunnett listened. to the first
report sent back by one unit. It
sent a report that four strongly-
prepared German concrete posts
were ahead of them on the slopes
of one hill. The troops ran into
machine-gun fire. Then American
medium guns came to their support
In an effort to soften up particu-
larly tough German opposition.
That, said Dumnett, was the sort
of battle that was going on all
round Cherbourg tonight. He adds
that the Germans are fighting hard
to hold their ground. In the initial
stages of the American assault at
least the Germans were not given
any cover by the Luftwaffe and the
B.B.C. reporter says that even
their artillery did not react
strongly. According to Dunnett it
seemed likely that the German
forces left in the peninsula were
now In the area Immediately in
an around Cherbourg. He said
that the northeastern corner of
the peninsula was reported clear of
the enemy.


POINTS WORTW NOTING
There has been no change on
the rest of the Normandy front
but the B.B.C. reporter at Supreme
Headquarters said there were two
points worth making: the first
was that the American troops
round Cherbourg report greater
enemy resistance, and the second
noilnt was that the fighting in the
British-Canadian sector was as
fierce as ever especially round
Hottot. They were still pinning
down Romnmel's main armour.
Prank Oilliard, the B.B.C. re-
porter on the British-Canadian
sector, Said it had been a quiet
day on the whole with the
weather Improving rapidly.
Bv dawn today the strong
northerly wind over the Straits
had slackened and the sea
smoothed out for the first time
in nearly a week but was still
rough enough on the beaches to
hamper unloading.
A broadcast today from Supreme
Headauarners warned fishermen In
northwest Europe to stay in port
until next Thursday evening.
That was the second extension of
the seven days' warning first given
on June 8.
ROAD CLOSED
The Mile End Road between the
I-mile and one-mile mark at Co-
cal Is closed to all traffic until fur-
ther notice due to repairs.
ENTHRONEMENT TOMORROW
The Rt. Rev. W. H. Hughes, re-
cently consecrated Bishop of Bri-
tish Honduras, has arrived in
Belize, and will be enthroned at 5.15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.


Former P.W.D. Officer
Gets Welfare Post
Mr. C. X. McCowan, formerly
employed at the Public Works
Department here, has been ap-
ComptroUller for Developm n and
\thare t.i i>ie Ves. inoles, L-
cording to a radio announce-
ment from British Gulana yes-
terday.
Mr. McCowan came to Trini-
dad as a district officer, and
was recently acting as draughts-
man before going on leave with
his familyv li Barbados.


Nazis Threaten
New Weapons
By RICHARD KASISCHKES
LONDON, June 22 ( API.- The
Germans threatened todav "new
monster explosives" against. Britain
and the Alled west front armies.
As far as is officially known this
is Just talk. Air delence authorities
said that flying bombs which
.fighter pilots knocked down in in-
creasing numbers on the coast still
measured about a ton, with a speed
of 300 to 350 miles per hour, and
a range of 150 miles.
The Transocean radio said that
robots were "now made stronger
through incendiary, as well as high
explosives," and added that "several
Other secret weapons will be ap-
Splied shortly."
D.N.B's commentator, Hallensle-
ben said: "Shortly a new monster
Explosive will be launched from
More stations, against which coun-
ter-measures will be virtually Im-
possible. Certain strategic plans and
military tasks of the highest im-
porianci'. have been allotted to It."
Sertorius, writing off the loss of
the peninsula and port of Cher-
bourg, said that the Allies in pos-
session of it would be a "target for
air attacks which need not be car-
ried out by the Luftwaffe."
Goebbels threatened, "new and
still more effective weapons open-
ing a new phase in long-range war-
fare."
St. Leger To Be Run At
Newmarkct On Sept. 16
LONDON, June 22 (Reuter).-
The Jockey Club announced that
the second half of the racing sea-
son would be run on similar lines as
the first half at similar vcnus.
The St. Leger. the last of the clas-
alesic, is being run at Newmarket
on September 16.


Joe" Walm

Horse Do

Little As Final

Gallops Near

There wa very lite work done
-Weedsy, and eveythlin points to
a fll propraiiam for the coming
well-end when final gallop are;
Wthe weather continue to
e fairter tisce track or at least
at of, t Is l to be opened on
ma oawn day, which will
psade an opportunity of gauging
me horse' form from a ringside
meL
Trainer Johnny Marrelle had his
string i "esay street" this wiek. and
Oge Con who has taken over
Me training of Mr. GOeorge de No-
brigs's string, Is a great believer In
faet work only once a week.
Luckily, Oleneagle, Ras Taftre,
High Hlt, Happy Days, Chinkara.
Mennen, Saracen and Democ.icy
have all moved into headquarters,
and a glimpse of them in action is
more than anxiously awaited, by
the ral-bilrda of Port-of-Spain.
Despite Inmproved weather on
Wednesday, the exercise tracks
showed little sign of having bene-
fited from the glorious sunshine
and delihtful breeze. but rather
gave the impression of being rugged
and holding.
Sun Ray opened proceedings yes-
terday by stepping half-mile in 59
seca. This little horse has im-
proved.
Carnival returned the same time
for a run over similar ground, but
was not really let down to top
pace.
Portersa was allowed to stride over
a mile at a shade faster thbin a 2-
minute gait-he moved along with
his customary power and got the
trip in 1.57 4-Ssecs.
Scarva and Pippin were detailed
to run over five furlonga In com-
pany, which they stepped in 1.11.
An Indifferent start. in which
Pippin stole a three-length break,
somewhat spoilt the time value of
the first furlong, but, Scarva dis-
p'lyed useful early pace, when she
got alongside, and was Impressive
until the final furlong, when she
weakened to a three-length de-
feat.
ln fairness to her, however, with
Paul stride, she was giving the
"B" class colt over 201bs. in weight.
Whltstable showed some of his
old dash when he sprinted half-
mile In 57 1-5.
Sahib took things easily over six
furlongs going at ISsecs. to the
furlong.


Ladies' Knock-out
Hockey Final Today
Wanderers "A" will clash with
Venture "A" in the Northern I
Ladies' knockoiit hockey final this
afternoon on the St. James Bar-4
racks ground. (
The two teams also clashed in I
the league final and Wanderers
scored a 3- 1 victory In a keen,
thrilling match, just about two
weeks ago,
The match Is scheduled to start
at five o'clock.
East St. George To HIold
Soccer Meeting Today
East St. George Football Assocl-
tion will hold their annual general
meeting at the Colonial Life In-
sirance Building. Eastern Main
Road, Tunapuna, tonight, starting
at g o'clock.
Clubs desirous of taking part In
this season's games are invited to
send two representatives. Many
Important matters will be dis-
cussed.


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Talk Of Trinidad
S------'- IV T HUmHuma SM
MOST delightful party wa given on Wedneday evening at the
W ardrooml MS 3. 9eW by.Lie t., vt Das on. .
AftanWdW th@Uaentire, party. v,.&ich stunmbered About 20wett
wa ^ a the TrinMd Country Club, whute they ma a one
AmoC thMs mWte wer aopt. rudor, SMiss L Oraiger _iss
155, Lieut. DixieDea, Mr. And Mrsa .ob Jinsou,
L...adys ordonM. iss Sheila Hutchinson. Lieut. Little. uLimt.
AC, Hunts, U.S.Nb
,as b oa f aulitne Crabtree, LiBeut_. onway n....
L Jot soU.S.N., Miss Mary. Robnon, ~Miss Dows,
NOWPhyllis Innis, Lbit. oo fro y, Lieuth Fletcher. LinC t.
Lted Rovpy, L iet Hund and Lieuts. Hon.
.g aother&n gtthesClub on wednesday wl ere .ommoander siu
.Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mackglond
M A M w M rs. Bob M r ill, Mrvis r ae Ball, Mr. Vtor,
".im -i, Liecut. and oeMr. ar iondtch, Mr. Rodolto at rkusnye
.ar S. lehelult an d Mrs.bSewedlt: Mr. "Virginia obdleY
Mar and ) 0R.e BoonMrAnd Mrs. John lynn, Lieut.
Mr and rs. F, Lobe, Mr. N.wNegron, Mr. Ian McLean, Mr.
; Words taesl plapt.oK.oBowrang oon, M Claire aAduE Lieut. per
Mm, Johnny Fsranco, Miss zena arid Miss 16aine oomes,
ae Pelira, Min Pat Pantin and Mr. Rfalph Hunt Waho
Sphere for a few days v rom Barbad -.
Dr oI the broadcast over WVDI from the Trinid ad Cpountry
kV Mr.. Ale Rdon, th e M BY
on Wednesday evening. .. t b
1ffi.r of the British Red Cr0oss society, spoke through the "mike" about. r
dhe dance to be held at the club on Friday, June 30, in aid of the
Sross special Invaslon Fund and ment-on.l how much is re-
ird at present by the Red Croa .
onthat night, although the club will not be open to the publse.
members may bring guests, but their names will have to be sub-
mitted to the management as soon as possible.
'There will be two orchestras, the Castle Ro als .and Melody
Masters, who are giving their services :.ree of cnisae Games (C f
kill, coconut shies and other attractions will be featured and a
variety of lovely prizes will be awarded. There w~ll also be spot
danes, and other dance contests.








A! on .t~ prn vrrrr tM.oiil sit r Malc.l Jaold.
M1'8 jCLAIRE DE LAPEYROUSE, whsemarriage to Mr. Harold
's Worm# takes place tomorrow afternoon, was given answer
last Tuesday by a number of her friends. it was arranged by
)&s. Knox Wight, Miss Doreen ooellflicht and Miss Yolande .erre.ra,
end was held at Mr. and Mrs. J. ooellni('ht's home on Stanmore
Avenue.
The brlde-to-be was presented with a tea-trolley and a decanter,
Whch was arranged like an air-mail package. aln idea Inspired bY
the fact that Mr. Worem works at Pan-American Airways.
Among thos g who contributed were tMr. Yoilde de apeyrouse,
N. Worme and Miss Freda worme, mother and sister of the
-nldsgoo-to-be, who came from Barbados for tlhe occasion Mrs.
30= n Wight, Mrs. Alec Gordon, Miss Yolande Ferreira, Mrs. Ray-
an Harfard. Miss Marie An(. de Lapeyrouse, Miss Joan Miller,
Jesa Rosm, Miss Margot avanagh, Miss Teresita Orsini, Miss
Jew Haydock, Miss Renee Farah, Mrs. Robert Stegert, Miss Gladys
Gordon., Mrs. Hue, Mrs. Byn oe, Mi. Doreen Goellnicht,. Mrs. John
IPohar, Miss D, and Mis Ei Basanta; MisJoan Peterkin, Mrs.tl
AiMrd, Miss Kitt-y Skinner, Mrs. Doreen O'Dowd, Miss Minniet
ehisult, Mrs. Tony Lotsud. Mrs. Frankie Pantin, Miss Ohlv Dick,
Joan ckel. Miss Joan Ray, Mils Betty Wilson, Miss Gwen
Xf~l5,* Mis Yvonne La..nge, Miss Daisy MScanella, Mrs. T. Hunte,
a Aid ra MMills .Mia Betty Dow, Miss Helene de. Verteull, Mrs.
l Hamilton. Miss Sheila Mallttigot. Mrs. ervais -tostant, Mrs.
Rggle ordon, Miss Monica Cous etne lt, and Miss Anne Spence.
rT same evening Mi-, Worme WI5 hise guest,-of -honotir st a
bachelor dinner, which starltd off tit, the home of Mrs. Frank
Saith, then adjourned to Kinling's 1?estaltrAnt for dinner.
Among those present w'e,' Mr. Frhtik Smith, mr. Malcolm Joe"s.
Aft. Jock Leypoldt, Mr. HIolston Lake, Mr. Henri de Verteuil, Mrs.
J.- Innif Mr. Rodnev Bnoc M:" M:t, p i eter, Mr. Frankie.
Panli,1Mr. Dennis Worme and Mvr. Nvilie de 5ouza.
-i n MM. A. PAGAZANT and their :wo child"~n, Peter anI
ChioINan, are saying farewell t, Trinidad. They leave by air
= Sunda morning for Cararcas, where they will make their
wU rather quick drcision And they hAve no time for
m0aW *'gOo-byes," so wish through thtis, coliumil, o thank their
M aOWfriends for everything and to bid ad'teto ho e they had no
time to see.
*
T'r'first w ddirg anniversary of Mr. tid Mrs. ,imties Cartiev, of
T"Point' ortin, wats (wlehtraied on Mondi ,Iasl, with a cockialil
'tv at their blungalow which rimeiel'ed at 6330 pm. and went on
until midnight. An attrac'rve bNiffP1 ws provided and the time,
pbserid 11 to" tfplfrkly for the giwsts, whoi Joinf'ed In games with
enthusiasm.
The Ise present at this parly, Included Mr._And Mrs. J.
I rla. X land Mrs. R W. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. C. HickIhn ng Mr.
And" l Mrs, 0 Hikling. Mr and Mti Ct( -idgewood. Mr and Mrs.
S 2Mr. M flote, Mr. Cailas, Dr. J. Dymond, 9gt. Major
a gtd W. Adams.


a 9
1 Mt VALBRTi and Miss Tirma RamUeo will be amno-'g t'ft taking
A part in the mannequin p iide at '.Romethlniz to Remember,"
behk staged at the empire Thneatre on WWednesday .1ine 28,. t
8.30 pn.M One of them will w'eir R sports outfit suittble for ra(vs
and the other a hopingg rdress
There will he pret'.- ihpretts t" -khow thoce who hold tickets
t their seS.S, but eveoneTt is asked to bp e 'rrly, .so nA not to ml s.
tie openini. "


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Take Interest in Your Child

And Teach Self-Confidence
A roue, f= far t school for 10 f lrsttm
or to after a c sed h< r Shcu.
JAlm __Is rnIs s -t ...-- . ..
chilse It1 can heo r ohm f oe Sehol days wi m beome one
Menego a given te shiM feIn* thrilling adventure, and every
birth. S,intdllUit c.a d will take an
Our Victorian granarents made intert hcitaur his own with'
a great mis eke 1 their attitude ahim ienoIa0, boh In games and
towards children, whi"l was me- lie.d
,mal ud in tbe expression that O hly hlldrenl whob h"te aed
"Children should be seon, but M not e y t of brothers and
heard." Not only did It arret t istw niMay suwr more than others.
spontaneous and natural develop. s most Important for thr to
meant which every child needs. but hav*. the companionship of both
it resulted In much sadness in OlWa and Tounger children after
childhood, and In dlffceltle which e r three years old; before
often lasted Into adult life. t littl" opanionshe seems to mt-
Portunatel? modern parents know So train and bring up
better, and if, without allowing children with eonfden sot t
vo' children to be aggresve, owth have no complexes or
m them confidence and so1wi ores, and will ejoy to the full
Interest in their doings, ou will not thos first happyscolfs.3)
Only make their little lves happy, scol----- "s "
t .te first ^^ha pp s ho dy s ..1
but will also prevent that shrinking "
fear of what will, or may, happen IDE aJr
to them when they go to school. P arty eld
No such troublesome thoughts as .
"Will I like It?" or "Shall I make i i [ -.,.
a *Uly BBilyl of myself?" will exist, A mOr B it thday
for your child will have no such .. t ".
fears If you have given him con- Mrs. John Camacho celebrated
fidence to face what should be her birthday, last Friday with a
grand new adventure, party at her residence at Maxwell
There are some parents who have Philip Street, St. Clair. and
allowed their children to get too among her guests were Capt. ard
dependent, and from whom they Mrs. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. J.
have never been separated: these Oaranito, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cams-
are simply asking for trouble when cho,- Mi H. Stollmeyer, Mr. and
the inevitable school starting age Mrs. M. Jardine Mr. and Mrs. I,
arrives, Parents should be aware of Ferraz, Miss 0. and Miss I. Jar-
this, and, If the children are to go dine, Dr. and Mrs. C. do oreitas,
away to school, endeavours should Mr. (. de Matos. Mr. and Mrs.
ibe made to arrange some separa- Jullo C macho, Mr. and Mrs. M.
!ttons beforehand so that the part- r. and Mrs. M.
I in may not be too difficult. Pereira. Mr. and Mrs. Boos, Mr. I
A child whose upbringing has and Mrs. 0. Agard, Mr. John 3
resulted in self-consciousness will Jardine, Miss W. Fernandes, Mr.
suffer badly on going to school, Joseph Camacho and Mrs. Vascon- 6
much in the same way as an adult cellos and, of course, Mr. John L
will in later life when he or she has Camacho.
to face an audience. The party continued until early' Foal
Children are very critical and va--hours in the morning ane' all had !jjj
ours^ In hemornin g am all hadI ? ,
lue each other's opinion. A sensitive a Jolly time.
child will suffer much more Iq this ... ....
way than his more "thick-tklnped'," rl r
corn nionts, and if a child lacks 1
ad cToday's Diary |
confidence, the rather cruel criti-
achm to which the oun SUbjecti Organ recital St. John's, Pem-I
each other will be difficult to bear.breSte,815v.1
Parents should be careful to broke Street, 8.15 po m.
watch out for this, and realise that Lecture on "Life of Carver," by
It ll the timid, sensitive child whose Mr. H. H 'dson Phillips at
self-confidence must be built, bit Y.W.C.A. 8.30 p.m. i
by bit, before he can happily take rtcmn Ee
his place in that bigger world Forthcoming Events
whic will be opened on entering "Somethingr to Remember," Em-
lschool life. pire Theatre, 8.30 p.m., Wednesday,
If you allow a child to develop June 28.
a sense of Inferiority he will prob- Dance at Trinidad Country Clup
ably have school stage-fright to a in aid of Red Crow Special Inva-
marked degree. But as soon as he sion Fund, Friday, June 30.
can master this, and can lose him- Dance at Portuguese Association,
lself In the Joy of communal lessons 8 30 p.m., Saturday, July 1.
and gtmeaS, the battle will be won, All-day show at Perseverance
and apart from a very natural Club in aid of Red Cross Special
sinking of the heart a few days be- Invasion Fund, Sunday, July 2.
fore the holidays come to an end. Grande fete, Drill Hall, San Fer-
there should be no more difficulty, nando, Saturday, July 8.

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U-L-- TimDAD UAKDIM nP DAY. ANM R3, 1i4.----- W am
Direction Chaeolged Lwky Ld MOH. Gives ,Im1' 3S
MurderTrial Appeal Diseased Babes 1
Slim Chance 00110bo
B aU ia m the" Sb QIt of Criminalt^ O c ?t Children born with disetses con." a, -' M
bum of Mw t emat o three hro s -- tacttd from their rents, such eIiti

15 ^^^^^^^^^^^^a" 4r8nNtfID -tn NAV"o8 0*02 L ow ^ &
wem 5 .c cthei U"ar -- tta thre eir p as"p congelttal syphilis. have not a % i MnOI L 2a11 tRIWa t NOTL ICE
SS r Ctm Osa 5 accusations o- m o Whi r W ai r chances to live, stated Dr. Ro-e 0I rOIR LM
Iatti pt out rAdkftus aarano, at! yestrdaBu t- derick- __ MW' flaat *8 eler atter-
Sth Oa n's Local Sanitary Authority H .M.Sae 6CAJP*s
iwh, IPm e.e to o1 meeting in reply to questions by I" a bo a s sod b -1 .g
atheyM ig t Conc si i or Charles Ward about the BOROUGH OF 4.. tSAN. Anuu a
-a-- a*y _I ,= t o May rise in the infant mortaldt yR N (Pormrly deep sea steam 1 [nLocal d oadlou
Of motrtai M. out t.- t noFERNANDO Trawler)
Sratentee.t G the row n, e ,ros tannage about 81 tons.
fo rse~te ate.__
St m.i cutls g th e n of the Dr Marcano dirdd not believe that Notetonno a bore 1 ut 2 1osNOTIC m
m o iv e at le t. Cron ,h en o r the any undue im port n ce should b e Steel hull. .
to b MaU sor t Sead- t poin aacy te n t figure. Burgess List 1944 . Public t o t
1reIsne. themt for the Coo Iu ncior Ward, had asked the fld tat List 1 U-tc f Me Public -
5 tohl atd e ak Maedical Officer of Health whether Main Eni n.trole eX e tha ufro
t h t o to clim s ofo theC roan h n h he could throw somelightlon the2 Man nges trip e Rth Jn 14.tatri
been otive, If 62 tridb-n~ee mo h N .JP.
___ p n. K aitsee to hIZU taat ie of San wetnand are Holds, at ps Ih. l 13th June, 1944. that seHe
f o ed to w een t u h t w i o m i 1 t H o ld s a t pre se nt d iv id ed U p
SSv here b ad bow to givrenA thmotive. It npthe/Eta.hea,8.at Residents of San S*nando are of CaledoniaRoad
Inent M. ww Ap papgie^rento cUtGrnput.terl tbeen.a tremendous rie asked to co-operate in the pre-t fn Cot ris tar cy h. caoity o C d o
an t n ha lt the accused but it n he city's Infant mortality rate rresabout 150 tons. Laventille appro:3
ao tiM tri, ndfs m is not icumbent on the w to wdthothe same month of opare r ton sthe ursListcb. Buntele.p :abt in
during lasth month compared g giving information as to their Bunkers. Capacity bout ol. inlength, between -
onethe$l"doec, establish any motive for the cm- years. He wondered whether this claims b e d U u Tgees vessel was built AndYl Avenue A id
f theo Wd, PO PF missiTwon of crime. You can only Thod gs s He itouote wa r bet Yu AetthirM nh
fE ~t, 0rl ll810w whatn aBWS~lt TTll.^V Uncroas miFht not be due to In-LAd b -skingf ortfBrormsoheifhch r'n I te.Ain9
b ie.tht'- know what'iin a man's md bumclet education along suchn oi senind ion in1
bie buon olthe hl- subsequent acti.... Apparthy e lines as Infant feeding, etc. He nations. ant was reconditioed in 194 delle treet eM l
I Jon-wholnuly amt ovrl- the crime wasu committed with no an has since been used in the tsetC until further uotc
th 'C facts-athatt hemorimewol a om behind tit also asked whether Dr. Murcano Lodgers' Claims must be pre- Gulf of Parla as a mine- Tramc is possible by way
h suatent agreement He went on to refer to other did not think lectures might elp sented between the first and sweener. i s le y
a eoswItin wanement Hew- o o henM o n so o Dr. Marcano was of the opinionefif teenth day of July next. Lady Young Avenue a
urg t a h itt o the scin e u D t as of that inic Permission to Ispect smine Hiirondelle Street.
i t K the question of ia dentut cus of the that educmtoon such Athatindicated M, R SCOT aotine fom Ge
Gassocitednr pro and stated that there were differ- Pictured here are tmwo membersao the R.C.A.. BSomber GrouP hep And when Councillor Ward Town Clerk. Hurbys & Co.c Ltd..r to whom
HS so i presented thRe u- ence s In the substance of the w- In England who guare they a t lucky to be Aliveh today. Members asked him his view with respect to IuplwnsHal.
at ( trial, Ims court- dence given by Popo Harrilal, of the Lli Squadron, they had a harrowing exPe se dr a the Corporation's helping i ma- Sa Pernando. ddressd toouh a o C i
t im f Doon Moon and Jugmnahon at the trIp to Berlin recently when mn from above crashed through eternity and child welfare work in 12th July, 1944.
'i, w, h acting OMr.-.n ay lt yhe.aringy as t aared the starboard l pa. the Halifax bomer, he staearboa a prd ctical way rather than Just ._
W. on et thria 'testloy at the wingad bent an aileron which r- It dflpeult to n 'trotl thee givig financial aid, he aid: "We '
eral, appearing. dutycHe submitted thatitwth'e kte and keepiton an even keel. To add their troubles they could do that, but I would rather
te Crown. dutyf f s the judge to draw the ju were shot up sy flk on the wayb home after suocesafuy dropng it done in a regular legal w-v. or
oti s coh is ed of His attention to the fact that there hahd t bm on the tarn but mnaed to get baek to an aifield feel that we should have some RINSO r
ort a W. b C all, hie b th nte substantial variance betwes n ar ed tt b on e It legal rponbility for maernty i
Mr. Juste K. VinCent the wtee deton and there e e coast of England without i injury to any members of thlegand rrp ons ble wity fo rre m ity -
and M'. Justice Eric Hal- evident ce before them. crew. On the left is n F/O Tomaiv Head, Glace Bay, N.S.. nayil and chIld eity are with thae limits EVEy
'laia heariugtcntinEesctoda-. gatot of -the bomber .r'" fa "Peter" and Flight-Lietat. F. N woflthenctd e hadort aryotthat w
fthe a rchbace ,, l c T eMurray, Trinidad West Indies, pilot of the Aircraft, who j oned would endeavour to car w out thato th
the appIl Mr. Archbald,- the R.C.A.F. in Toronto.-(R.C.A.F. photo.) machinery.yblue
atH-idd of-Ilana, dealt with heRAF nTrn,-(.A..ho.)responsibility by settling up at whole r lsths[', ;






=.-WSA"= Mata Raca un nfant__ brnds .............amoo, ------.. ---ncene w o)uldj^ yo wuggel thae yo peny f'the. ihy Rmso q us.; itl'A ,|{qm
I la n dealtn o th sTHESMAYOR: So far as the city Iy ln
monT eltng.t te out Ifat W nsisconcerned would Yu suggest that isI
-s welasohioresidences ofGoo Tobago Gets Ready we should take it out of, the hands.
s on Lawsuit t For Housii7tg ofhem oweeat the Child Welfare League and
Mon. C ollision La wsuit c are Go o&aFord a be o d Schem I do It ourselves?
Ra f the cw ," Twr.nidad Guardian Corr apondeBnt.,nI l t f P A ar etst
m fop teCownda ," J nyC ty Sto es eImto quit smben seve
waet on, "ws to the ef-,,r.,'..NA ., June 2I pl n s e 8CARBOROUO, June 21,
Jent.. Wvuredi n collision with a ot Noticoe to quit has been served
on Monday. J y12., lorry on m an Franciqu A e Rdad w InIa upon householders in Lower New der-a,. | eA V A
Oleck In the Afternoon, l Ma rch 1939, Abi Shahid. tuth W Received Scarborough in preparation, it
left his home on the infantcw, wastoday awarded by, Mt. Is undereo erJs lbpevens; i
Tre. and wen t to removJustie us J. L. M. Perez in t h. & Cty 's o to uooder st, for an Tobao Cream Deodorant *- L iehI t b po tes oy
from where It was teth- Cire t.ourt heret "p s t d p started wsoon., s t
......d.n..o .p ,ara pbyme Court here $1,0 dgmtge t stocks of cosmetics a mported hoeus se whitng ,em, promet iaes.
tU .... H ,.ed costs In the action he b-ought from outside the West Indies are o Ustrction of blocks Is un- r r tonishing bowea helps remove
athas ,d hle (was weain: ge Balran' Singh, the lorry encouragingly supplemented by lo- der iy for the proposed H Mrer- (T Se .LAMOURet the clothes by aspiration odous
a nrt times ad aneW While bhahurd who filed suit ca and Ja l ma-nufectIcred Bout Scheme as well as for the0 ( I V, amount Sa i est t lo
beUldet a ndAnOfL t o his mlohe ahidh h a s r duCalts he Tanida uartiang new reservol to erto o up at Green only. The dirt is siplyCoaxed corrects unpleas
beltma o f through his moth er d he was products, the "Trndad Guardian" Hill, Mt. St. George. rskin eeds this out, easily, thoroughly, and a at
With a bras head m aiid supporing a stationary mtor-cy- larrnt yesterday.FL --S YRu s inneSe Fs e sly Thorne's n do' nete afbreath aa til
Sm at X tbee saw-itU byle when hil, defence was given 1r ghand(Hhtosu)
oft a t thear -t. y FILM STAR ofely. There s no need fe th safe, sure atise5rpti
herte he w tit btlt the motor-cycle with Shahid o Although differing somewhat PERJURY ACCUSATION t seu sbn an Sis
Herra, Petit Mattan, the pillion seat was carelessly rid from the well-known brands, due Preliminary hearing into a charge beauty treatment i for every household
and ugohan. Pei den t oed tha e lorry. to lack of the necessary exicts, of perjury preferred against Jaws- Riaso is so gentle that it aIually
and RaJkooili, Who said LPwyertt In the case were Mr V'est Indian-made cosmetics are hir qsrising out of the case of Ser- There may be a temporary short' protects your cothes---voids










aMmnd fAJtunu 8mar w hi ad Laweri the g case werjre WtMr. V^.p? ^ytYu.' c- ^^ty age but with aK '^ litle ireyoucanh-- a
atut come from a rice IS- V. o L8ey Indstructed by Messrs reported to pIve a ready sale. geant Lgertwood vs. Louisa Clarke
mdthey saw each of the T. el.hall entrd Co. for b Shssd. Stocks are at present low, one for refusing to sell three heads of i.hDOes notrtot dresse, rtmen's ag t.the L litlet are you waarntet r clothe s daz-ayi de.
hthe y wr edch o f th e a ihea tn, )L wn kLandaoiltfS ap youw esnet last loar in th e w a shstef ue p
G&ia eryng a gun. and Mr. H. 0. B. Wooding withidealer Pointed out, as arma ire de. lettuce, was begun on Tuer~day. 2 owatn t r.s e sdleasteor di. it in waster. Wet Fortheashdablengloured;too-
ok and Jugmohan left whom was A associated Mr. A. pending mainly, as far as Jamaica June 20, at the Caroni Court, and 2 No wiing to dry. n be used lave or dp it in water. Wet
t oceeded In the Jamadr instructed by Mr. supplies are concerned, on last was adjourned to July 4, ht te sbvg hands or face-cloth first and then or aabl oour le-
and p rocTrace, levt- Cameron for the lorryM ownrr. year's shipments, but aeveral l. ael owirtorot yaestprevetsion osu"hf s.
i Mtt acoi" and PstfItobrmds of hair lotions, shampoos, ato days. Prevent ou. wio rub of the dry tablet otiermpay squeze th fabrics in t
tnofthe Church Tae ev aeo o h or we, ya' hpetbtsvrlL ilgv o lnyo ohr ihRnosls A
i s at the saw pit. face cream, powders, and per- e4. A pure, white, grearele -ti Fam-ous film stars keep their











BermI^ at S~ nS ^ the*8 lilte pit F Ro SA L reIae skin~^S B .A youthfully^ am ot wit h ^.Lux^ 1 ti*^
h" ol "e n stated t fu ar I h fumes, ranging in price from FO SAAwa ded Approvalsh e. o a Don' I tr keetii
o Wk they earA s ted four are e rc cents to 84 cents pc. packet orI nt. Sraetlonl tof ,n skin oouthfully smooth with Lue -nt waste r al n S
M'an~d that about 15 mbnutes bottle, made both here and in Ja- lneaoa l~meo au- Ti coare It wretai h~ uati little goe *u long wVa At this
Bbottlem ad bot hereany in JA deting--rmless to b. U extra caretoretainthis treatment I omaybetd, fficul
t oanreturned to the malca, from where also rough. ,nd id ren armlcto -"abnl for your skin. mase it with O











cbay w ^ "c t wtel o T Ia d G -- ns ,e odmt.!some it~ tl ( i AR WE Tl re tw storT L UF __ Ri---s 0
Onl ex te otin dadGar uin oreo lipstick are obtained, may be found PREMISES 16, QUEENS wtcaomy.
ArchbaWd wtentt In some City stores. PARK WEST, large two sorey
i Ph a d~ttslo as ARENG ,June22.-CatoU Suppentn supplies from' residence containing four bed-
WnbthforMn CARENAoutue 2-ilihlICLU
Pt theyhalda do, and also Carenage brings off its second war- abred in the food pr :erve line, rooms, three bathroom, di (1-
so. d A tsar in aid of the Catholti Jo al and locally-made guava Ing room, drawing room, study
St.ht aem any .O ahurh on aiat Peter here on S elic, nd orange Jams from nd pantry with outbuildings
o IthePscl asd well a s to day., JUly2."DomnA, now, too, form part of consisting of kitchen, store- 8K. SO ILE T
ck, and the Stmkr 9 o'clock, followed by procession to such West Ind manuactured eur's quarters. Land extends wB
othe round of the re at. Antoine goods, the majority of dealers ex- to Woodford Street and corn- la_ ..... t












; ,~ ~~th r u d of th St. Antoine good$-m dd ni e prisesw m fa B Py 40.000it o su-perficial feet( I ." "* "* ;
afterwards Sergeant Union friendly Society where the pressed encouragement, pre 40.000 superficial feet
took a stment in writing stalls will be blessed and te b- While it appears locally-made more or less..
*Greelidge which was tendered zaar formalthrdeclared open. preserves might be put up more
,*ence by the Crown. The gist -attractively, buyers are, neverthe- Offers In writing to be made
statement. Mr. Archbald less glad to get them, and there is on or before JULY 6th and
ta thwas that he (Greendgeat s no doubt that some brands of the addressed to the Man Ager, L E T U S
materialtime had gone with cosmetics gained real market value. Barclays Bank (D.C. &O)
t amdml to is; Dealers are anxiously waiting to who does not undertake to ac- S
heh adbsn t tv i ,o filled repeat order on Jamal- cept the highest or any offer. alynLi
PItltOrn returned fair his mid- Scouring the city and Its environs ca and Dominica. s I V A*,t
meal and then went back to for some clue to their whereabouts. YOUR Your
where he worked until the Criminal Investigation Dt-WP
o'clock, returning to the pertient yesterday Intensified ef:-WAKE UP YOUR FLOORS
which he never g oleftr the forts to clear up the Mystery ur-
or o'clock f htafteroon, rounding the disappearance of two BILE-IRemember
nd O'loc tht ateroonboys and a&gIrlreporta! missing LV R B L 410
,.set out on an orani fromtebir homes. for
earth ene, came across tB The missing boys, Herbert Free- t" ihmit Cablin- Asl Te'al JantOutf
ofeabrn tre senbesidae whcrsthebody, 11-year-old St. Mary's$col- of Bed Fell of Via sad Vipm If D. II ~m 3th
We some burnt col s aid lege student of Belle Eau Road, Yourliver aluli pour out two pints ofliquid 1kJ[ POLISHING
Be gove an Alarm and the and David Sandy, 9, of 19 St. Barbs ble intoyomrwbowelsldily, ltthisWils not D
arrived at the spot. Amon, Hill, left their homes on Tuesday r fooddoesn'tdicest. tustDateI
il4.arch party was one of thb acd have not been seen since; a You e ttconstipated Your whole by the
men, RUbamrn Buumrr. while the girl, MarJorie Willims, sy.ste is poisciod and you fee sour. surnk b
edge mci thee. ahh s mont, waslasut seen on Monday Aoe, wedoov.wnt doesn't gt at the F L*Ir
the around some few feet 18, of 88 Sandhurst Street, Bel- adthe world looks punk
ts n auW edg eof the ashesmorn,. nt," walast feel' Monday cause. It takeskthosefamous Carter.'sLittler
and other bits ao = In freely adauko you feel "up and up".
wart was immediately sent *gntle, et amazing in making bile
flow freely.Look or the name Carter',li,,1e
U the icons, There,. equpment I :%
Ii Niambasranl's presence wha I t Ba asdor_ _ _M T O
requested JugmahunC r ss D
thlle spo. That statement operaitsi cinematograh appartu k rn
dee nevidence b the has been lifted to allow of replaee-
msnd In It R~naimn -taed mentu and In exceptional case of
00I the Monday evening he had equipment for new thet~res inbarn A A D N edC o sD nce
t o his home and while there a reas nat now Providing' Culent 'A S N ]t
seen Ranihatrack and Jug- amusement for children, Iit s o05
~ on f i hue dally notified by Mr. L B. MinoeTI Wyt
;"a leadin to 8hd Secrtary. of the Controlby1am abes
rck, he denied the al- ACCI DENT VICTIM !tosar full adult mini- II8,I1VLSpae by coutrtesy of Y. Do Lama.
that be was seen In corn- Herer -nya e-yreidet ai dal. --{ ...-
Wih hi two brothershand Hetbert otedoneyla ityresident m aiLoo require..2
was takoren to thae Colonia Hostales Loo for
ArhI hndealt with In an accident with a motor truck atboIM Y HV TR UL
prlmniyhaigof the case Carenage. He is said to have been &
I le attention of the court to on his wasy to work. 1P O R O A
fSt that after many adjour1n- Rodn.~y' caidtltimn is considered ___________
.itS Rarudassm ha.d boo ap- serious.-----"-

:!For the pups removal to our new .brus 3OM'.E of the,
S premises and for Stocktaking[ ype..dsj "'Nil"- pe/ -"
painilcaused .rb,..It not.. wa ,,, .., ...' les -. ee eats used in


opertio-ma be -ecesar.-'- I 'W-V Fobe'sw y Mwgyuswas ad
yourcheist ll bouft th Asks a
nbrush yeas e twia a A wit / making Pears Transparent Soap are needed
CLOSED TO BUS.INESS MM a. .'sTooaneu, ydeonyiAi-sswi for the War Effortand we are gla *to
CLOSED TO BUINESSDr. L- 1.siva andasaaslalsgb
ecFrom 1eeyt July till 15adth July mchwe IS. as ~7~ dwl we j5 supply them. But that means, of course,
i hlet JulyreillosedhOulyiclustomers tk"00w ,-t*,O.= ..t ,s,,!",.#u ,! =,b",we ,,"I
FJ y 1ul i it to r e ac. mk tub of di ee t ay1 S100e wf < s *o that your old friend Pears Soap will
"Othaflb healng usust o d4" A .,
.'V.Ohile we are closed our customers a sim ple. .- *4HM ,. ibstwhsd ,,..,o, in ony 30 daYs.
Wes Manis me o rdisa ointment 4 vP/arlyljpwp p desh/MesaYe o, dr% not be available until after the "ar.
M'ay obtain their supplies and pre- aI fterpme wo advft AI sa T" e lo forar toply
.scriptions from our Branch Store at ftima.3aa"itslyban" h wc. Tb, May e tao a Ve .,NAe L O e mm," e we look forward to suppda g a
the corner' of Park and St. Vincent CM. you- feel Umt ,.au"a a am 8 d"..a.m needa again. ,
Streets, opposite the Globe Theatre. Willn907and if10 ou pIE .BiTanINI has "g"h Ye" A8 *V w' 4 06
you be rst f the ago" 1
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L _. .t._D_ elcousLn....h. a .. E m .r. aM ot o street, Woodr. ---4 ^ em, t-r.v -A Paie. P.inted m U lgbodsud. K l 124 P.to. treet. u* tavfd o t d o ld_ h A cces 1
. k Tw hllIngs ip. 1lSpeial W r ood.m Luttner. Ciema U.de-. tc. BI II"e.. --t*.M- V.-- MoUv *l +. -4ii,. 4. I* J
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SAUOMOTivE Ltd iU. mm. t*.AIsiS ar.0ii; tO i*t.- s Logo
_ a 001N." pair D F aee whet Rte-Coeeulg. Look out i. S- 23. A%
"11 1 .1 I.. $ or our loely and s iou ow room. THAT VALUAB6" Lw..Tw.-eterey --w. *"M f e i. bi or nd st
ga *m IteW nw i t uO DeatC AA. MOTORS FOR SAtb5 openiat July 2. at *p ...bl wSreet. .I>< w11f,.-I lTE PUSLIG slr a d that or 2nti
|HPB--f ~ UMH Gt t "* ASOLENE MOTOR. 24 MI'. Apply; e36g-June O r 2t0ll* Gpulo em lCS--* t0"'d";. 37iu- Wiia de
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ll 44L, CoLn I "1L Street. Woodbrouk.-Juh 20 CONTACT Th M Cetal CoBstruitl underang twely thousand v uI dinn UN Fu u5t o t hat I*
a-I? I e M Nft UH ~men Ue rR SAL: FORL, 1924 COUPE. Rumble Surtau. lthe wilt do your workI Th.e supecaee t. eXteUdim g i Ale"osa.t d me thod -tlre toh R*
g- o ?* T Ckfo. Seat. Mechaical condition good. Tyree *pecleil la In oad-Makingf. Erectian of Street InspacUOs by appaatatmet. p 57det r et eont~i^ M~ilratedBy hrshea
f WWam sS like mew. 51.L0. Fs C. o omen. T.Per.. tel end Wooden structures. Tanks. Pine. OT1. Wriuaa o n to Ei. tsver V. av.itll mi eels 5 t i n
| l' 1ooraa r -June M Entine in .rthn dam. Mtodr. Reinhiorced2t( Uttwo_.ila .- P.O. og M, r t tMOI I. k wm aNAI d. A Ro
tw F l .-a EST- R AN. 1h93 DN1 D LUX ToweD Coupt Concretef OdKI tiIO d. -Septi6 Tanks. orlk Jun. i0--juae .. I Me DONALD EDWRD Ro
________________ perfect condition th'uughout. RaeeonBti. work. We~tldng*cd general rptria. Thong gALE Or VAWIABLEC PROFUT1. *n -July UBLIC Is herby DoUed that 1
-offer accepted from ownerwi th Permit4906 l. Robert Gltmte 1 naau iCTe_).-uti' 1 e iU M loes llvee tem wAt hw set rater i* .rreWpo.ii fr my wite
*B Mel inin .ignii* teenmala Box R-li. 'OuardlanB"-J>n. 24 A. L1TTREAN-Roadnmslling, Colasing. Price 533.600 < twO thalr* ^ S~ n t Ado nt bofld
^B nfe vata m it lS-aU e NO1W 18 T OUR CHANCE to buy OM 16 etc. 130 ChANrlote PItr t.-Jul,l wlt to 0x B-i FllOR S Lca a anif_ tmlWON a"n y debt or dtbt.
T ~L l r e LiflVifc r e H p. Pettern liermonic Inductieson Enine ;n 0 PH E NOl. eatrt BlTve Re. .OR gSALk- AarWA T'Ie s Lan med w It no Ir rels ald wo y .
g o tgr tnnOem-,_yedeie.-by hr.s lefle Pointed W uX"-yt M acreoniedtt
I W O O. 3AT k Omt .C. .Geinerator. o nasU.ndpa O1ne11ar 11 CUlifon t ltt nature -- prings 1e UtM" inPti"tta t V _mt _.- Ja a
* good as new Robertson Enieering Portfor-opnln. 'h Jun 3 e &W e Ao Mamto. Framk Pete.. *Pst etpix -- AULCNoS Is lebtERdaiM*T
,Wo-rks- P11110 *hone41b4lE"l ward Strtee rt.- NA+ LeI NE G RAGE. bi TU Ioro*a orAJs O ram12 8eas Bte t Itern oMa oabd-,



fo ado a wo lo tm m-J ly LABORg ell. NCK wbthy wfe Als Arcibnl h
ITIONS VACANTn Tyr2Street Ph one 59r5 C ,Warea dS c or ..... l7 VHA--S E IISEEi .bod, neo --eAbet-25-.---151-
dor"I..m.It.I.-d ..... nteODGE 1940 MODELr ood echiinItl hira. vel oud. utal ad Bouldt r Iea-utiul rMeaowusen sret. m be .* b y ISd tM. I
AiSID. COCONUT PICKERen e d cLe ndstlon. 'Phon. Msl Mendes. 414, i can be supolied. Genera lr tepair" aR t runnn hae. aoot. o de.nmlll *vmnse ~"tn P a...e...SASTbUt th at I t.

biutnby e ram ython e byTher W ae. Tdv p clUiiy g sIwhernby in g lef"t my










o. th.etaeorLe ..ti lriid.$3.ApyC m .1 C..A Suple." 'Phon 83.-June Ma-l rtezlgs I et. Vn' Frdrc gja, "a l H sPoUeBtI fo .0aeb r t
ChUL TYoiUrdlot Stree-Junt0 *O E rent Bo. e "n 4.uItoete 4l rl -Junek c tt *d u d ". 3io a -J de .y.o n Al
ABiSed XPE moutrh INc) (Peru sv- FORD V-h lg COU PE Very e. good -.n-A-. --b----_ __W__ ___ __ B UWLD+NG W3aun at mara SNas0 endlt! rtetloit ab-out months.mn,









d4MrtK kln fdotr dMtylou. Aw ply o *d o m eho R c.lAR tr ndtl OOTO m eted n POISIN UN,.AE M .oo2trse n I.. PitllP on ] treetrM~c t-. eutml for* buSn.ttn)Lo efdb bayn tIt m hom rand~ proStee
J[~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~o our lovely a n 7 iJ~ 0 X'R) ep~lb ;shi '++ ", ....." s ---" isho rnge.THT nVA)LL fLUA nn, wI Stsey Tun 1, IhL Avalryntlfed o",
as = olowth An 53"-J-. 4InS I go m
im-- ISO by 900" 0 St ~OGASOLE lNhE drOTOR, 2%. PAppl y; o eV W +u! at & PressingkStretP,.L, standing on cBioUr.oads, 14) proteraty, LPrentl e. AD@WllL 4e2So H eNArt .
wa td Goo Ages. p ly is C e S e tyree. honle 06. ... .. -Ju.27 l RADIOS .REFR. ERATORS FOR SALE ?rpeti en henr Steepwe nty TE BUC is h by e .,ht I
S t t-Jull 24 ONTS RALEInGH BICY(13 1.: Monrri B iEu. iBeATOR.y Onel Mddum So Wor eIe e elguexndingtulonr eoutnder othecdby-d brotc-h
2ftc|fl coo ..ki. Sal aanical condi taios 21o.J ne .SpKeinatli r st kes 6 t Ma re Sqhuar e. SMAO lL 1tr s by a erna.AIde t y a nd
OOK Wih koledg 1 137 Model md"n CUr. .00.00. Ring W S
A to s .. G.. .ieD. 32l$ry5, 0W 1. Y C s,_, stephone' oden-Jn u 3. Imesdr anks.le l.. ps t.mt tha do Nt hold mys O ret-ponbrle forV1
e Appeo Mr n 0 ON les EL E"anCTRIC AUTOMATIC Relie d 3 ", aL.t iK it l lrapn"dbt orMdbts tr bh imeshayo n it-











A.,' *'E< IN& RifT Lt. S & ECTItK .Y L .j i **> . .... I V auent GrdTa-fexbo 4S.--o. 2& .. ... ...,hO runnlKn i wate *an l *1wr- .Ut M pAOATHAom RrKltt y
a l% .pm nc. in (ou, wiring{|( -------- r)BBAO E CUli iae yl "0 ""*- tl' L~ l t~lrl Wl<)l*" "m *O
0t 1 13sineS Ul t .lT o WANTED TO UT Good condittion.4S. WritT Drk Tubron. icSk"n .lo. A.ppl.... 'Laone 02u-h-/iD to Pena l AD.
0N.I. pOnT AFrPLy N-n 23.}ur ON!E h AWpMtIn,.,it t. Complete. i n working Wlson treet, ng t. Au udtene.-Jnlet 23 M.Te ScE OF S an-On.s T et. m PUBLIC i*s irby Botled thut .
SO.FTl, ctd.+ R P aet Ffiat h 2nS. oder witrhGor without ,engins. One onle TUBE WElTINGt e btRIDGB PROPanl"n- ',Biom d w. U-K t PsJ er e1 no ln gr 8P resns ilefor any, i d t
of ptn h w an t t o k off er a lc gpr t e dwf. i an w i th R d ; 8 t t. f M M t
ELLAT^^oc~.h~r*^'CTRI- a orrtu. ~l~l WANTE..y -JP*a e 25I________ AGAWO FR.HOJ HU.OodloL gS .Y.?1^%^
"Ium 4.0pM.==tars to ltao.n*M. Bo -1,I'urdrigne."-ue4A.LTR N Rlamlfi Casn Pce







Isl iN C lub 9 NUTMEO tc a p otind n 2 ECL ES 2OR sAe e lind '0hnn t._ ulo *.
Chariot ONE LOT LAND. o us e oosad -Jun e 2. tirc ... .
our of sod at p y -o u TM r t .O I TOR C AE. 2 u .June.., ic-24.Chlone, Str eet Wh- rton.1 Ba r i 2te4,d. ,e PUBLIm In hereIydotif
-' WANTED: GENERAL MAIlw. lIok 25 3. "JJ .- niv iltiox FW20T. EDo REP Bueineev PlAce. corneM Iaveteck Street TEE l* fr y Detlord ts
d n POwelt atrett-DJ.ne 2. Ttc REVOLVoR. Wrii l Both croby treet-Jne 1 2 ad Southern Main Road. Cuei pF idl Al d Frakin, Chgian. cm no lae.
too a"s ewRebre lc rtMoR. .. .IAN O. n.. le..ty reed. r h ne 5 Mt- w buinee2 locaMlty Apply eMtor .,le n .ltshe. r dereo si Se d a yfo enedebt do dLebts u
MWr ks. 'Phone 4 O1 i Ed wardstreet.- R GARAE P l Bowe Street, Tunapuns; Ermin Mo tre by my wie Iris ranklin.
AI. Nd -JSuIn e Wll pay 3 2seric r et 3 d Cr m ruc hmmed. k ,c7- nroy S-trEe.t, Curp or; hvM a ing lef m. y home and protectlBr A e
C OMAL ON BUTLER Wantsd 31 Alex- Ecwtrd Stree.-'P t U -neM 31. b i er..-Tr al'ans Owendolnine Walcott. i. c Vis.ta De lla oad. June 1, 1 Mrm.f e
Stfo re at.n-Jtu E 3 t3. RE R .VOLVER, CALIBRE t2.m. Mist be en so8. u t chatn -n ert ando.-July 1.t ALFRED FANKIedNI
WithNER Attattppl y. freel ivn FO>R, V-8 TOURER 1934,lon gootad prys ire batteries -Jm Z&rage. TWOsui 13= ATOREy RDID C 4 B egt te-aoyadta AJD dT. Cb~nothed







sadg otraiblitieod A plyt o an ldmchnial. on. w-210 n "Orirdlan," en SHIN HOLIDAYIN K IN BARBADOSl TWrO, alim dal Fre deick S IT at fno TTR. PUBLIC Is hgrem y a oUfldebtl
r as the FIor Loo turn &ITrinidadt.- S411 25ApplyCampbelltetA.. TwopltdreyPon es *len Art" 2 n e g40,hur Ar1hibald. oF yerb&di ca 0 mn
3 C------ --a HWANTED: TWO I'n CAR2 3ords indor" lun6ow, o de ttul se- Bedroom. othr conve.nice. Vita e gsn for.ydebtrodebt.o o-
wantdd. Go"dwago. .A.pl..121O in oLand. fractesRA S Fmyrw ife.no Sy- Archbl. eihee
M; TO WANTr Chevrolets. These must tolat e modelsl baulimg no Wortflnm Be ccn. Contact Mre. facing, ee. 3. 000; Mouse end L d "Sh vw( miAett
s-trest- -.n2,tlo n' I t RL |EIHBC LEgoodt o, v r rnUtiu.Tr not e V r pp W yitteng Barbado. or s tael. Vsac n. L4..0; '*In o- i- ( i-e b d ta
srtS Ldy) iling; ?anti e oEFc TriiaT.RO"atseals ld. ann, R n 3f e et rrnagerJd e rl e m o ee ndproteion

COlt OK h. Etctddei19i. Morodt cdanss ir-. S S0uare, or., o.JoreEce. t r9nainegi o 2cAll, or M Aast1.3aartJue o 94 4fjoy u b and Ea (s /k n

UVBSToki Salrry $17.00 pet...... .... .... aM .Nn W.A2 -,, a no a ; ,te ,p 23itn. Wt Bt Jouoh ..thrt.
OMne A ndl.OnG. Box Ne w, 321, 0 0 - ..... OAM MO O-WT-A Don'ehonelot 2*p-- lu -m-Jun .-e 2d4 June 37. ,l to nys t .sp lforybd
O R DeRornT with s IRAa ONEnutLcuEtCvatIC Aon.ManIer' hodebt ordebts contractdbymywfeEditn

.a .. "v 'J 25. Player | C a'l ln .?rp et re)" Atr' 490nen ne.....A03.....lef". J rPi, 'Phon June..- ...
Fuardi CLAM140'. it-ilW.-TJune a2ine Lquare1. Telsnine46I.u at etbackL waer lad onP Cprahose, Cootat sehvn etm oeadpoet







1 in;hall"House.groo CsBI C n wat Labo u b...... .arc s an b oes.o June20.
Moral -a neWANTED TO RUTGooT pr layndtion. PAn ,.o it e D r .ebr-ol t t iPc ro lAse apply0 t W.- O p. mphrey June 23. Peto n al St t.
O l-tRY S-Upply LaboUrOfLfEc ,ORSAUMEo ltent abo u tWisAn Lt t. OS. g Mti rneb.-J re 2. e St ViCncent tre ..t P t-o-oeaUn. THE PUBLIC.Is.hereb.n ot i that I
ACK. Barred., Plyntmouthn.-unkiak) ~ ''a~e61.-uo~ bs drs-ue 23. 'Phon 1-Jy2. i rcmay s e- n notlngres pons ibe f or anyyet rdebts
S de LEbRKed for ay ld, wethknol -ed o r .wi th or withoutfir gine,,Onegood nily. Oa .TUB WETINGH.O USE TobaGo Etwe 1 UL'N IHLN n iocnrcedb ywf9roneDriod








3 t0w o we k Fold SALEric wat. L owor,1-u |ave- t'.ioieC 4350 July wri teo n r TubeWestn Crg.usoeRat a o .. o P ointe S Strett' suitabl forl buIL 2i Lot Iof hebtshavingle soyh Meadpoection
Isek ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ]r Stto.'Poeft.-ue 7 a.110 RtodriguzRespecable Phatrma r cy.ats1 pr-aJApy.Maaer.2Landus th*uldn sc2sdwt. po ultr y since hayvinglet1y944$.mipo
fM .3 p~. p o cdanghousnndTting. tHI L NOt of L (and, local-ftectionMOiTce 1SAuneM1N44








s RICtla t t l r ,thaetJlivppr ,i e p and rt hif e boeitntiut r ima15". ApI'c Beto 8rert -."Pri of W. . . ..ales -June2US.
= Club Queen's Park Went, I Iwe n Stret tn1 houses. Apply B. Fra 1nrCYCLUS FOR SALEIJUne2
So, hr S addl Road, Marava;.- 0Caltiite tr lt.-Ju n el27 t1136 Coffee ,street. n io the i nea u re l S treet. San BenAn O -JunC NTC
Ju n ';. TICiihVi L u Whi'te. BoiF206......tret.Ju I t n.i Arbe.2 thesdngPyW dotogd.that 1
SALE. PEKINS tIUCEII a r Jt Y. .,r snial titun e, r.t, ire r.la Aii ; Aoder eea.I4C InBu..6 WoO e mODERN lodYRT BI4GALOW LIC NO TICES
toAuguil t ne l, J ne 2;. ,, I2- n 24'.a t ra so, ernl '4Ma11, B .ada iuent.d rlalrF Aak tel, e s r -retwo ea r old--tO n *y nea Bec. .1 .. . -.t I. m a
EBNTR E LOT OF P1E 'N v Ki O ,l tULn ".Gad "elecric tdoLights.'honenes0o-Leau hl-lkel to ma14e c t in Wisrrt__ ona et wiot mebescon-.
Bunts. etc Apply P e S.ee Lo, or S. ar r it^riu I IA,tli i,,. I l.s-e | lr t .r arund,ILo. orti i leAt ida a Re r ein, UD-h e c ntr este ..e......m a ke enQulla..
Street -July t. P"t++o. S+annea lulolA '; OiG sr. 1'i c M rn cto.nirnce. centralye poWsib euoRforFuly F n dhra.. E. 49. 2. .c.u.y,
June- "23 & d Trie s 'Po Oh erone rang u "E NT O AL AL S BlDu oon rsdStreeN D S R Et, ATu s l a; Si mmn g 09" trI a ct by.. . . . . . .r nkli.. . .

UE-INi IS BELIEV1NG l l CA. n s..Hl *10t ; !;" A:;lO -h !o Street, ha ll oaln*te's clubI treelti. ior r- c.i m -ottone M 2B- 3o
teod t ,d t h t2n can satisfy you. T''oruu.'n- ,'l '. I t.aN )m led,.i ,,1 n 1 r 1 tb e ari 'h ln bo tc ure- sd ouinfi R a etod Beua BIth II. s ta inT s-EICe" Po 15.l. d- t t
&M Hana T" hERay b ned Ch. K .' 01 .l ,I,-' r .d l Jrl )i lOi".'. to Mr Wiec i H a. air.---. 2. sci cit lgate o end .m h'P hoT ean-" 20-n J 3. .. . ...trd i
Tr UrsXe] Orders A Kbro.l in atitlane il, tj '..Al 0lt' M ... I u t I, l i'.,drrl',. or Mr. D b Eat e atew 24 i.5fl n. -Jue o2 TWElcUBLI Is w h ereb notfd t ha te







Bf. .."1 ..1 '." L '5 ;' ".m. ", l^ .'; ;' l tW:'!,, ''*-.*i f u' P'" | uaa +ul lun1~ S~d R"OOMOL PR P B In nt i-- ""> At R" AND ,i a MyuaATAilu
i te c ChickEE el nlly. .t t e b) o Io I ir i bo u 7 t H L O Ry,1.tJunei16, 19ic br -LFROT 4Fdeese eu e
IIARDEER. Apil. ent HllStreet.gdd8coditio..00.e 'PhonandconnectionsSTWOSwOth RESnerCEl4 Productns27AgencyS
'It irulr aci ns24cu~r. ox F-10 IGurdan" an W EN HOIDAI NGI INtBARBA D-08Mit eant rs al6ter6aen m 11-Laughtin.g andHarPULdIA. mar ih erecyn t from the








n o t for -.Attm oaa V M n i S r etl8 0;,w I '.S t "r'te ss"~, n ceriA rth urAtrchifr n id.ush ed Jre e an J u n .n oa mnin e .
WANTEit TWOlt e PrSrt- t -,lln. rel.a t l UIiid or" Bun gaow andWit hTONYC O'BedrtotsToHherOUone. wornie. Mes.tpoveaokng o lfr C Uaors o. gf Jpl l 4fOr nPydH A. i. PRU.ts
PoSITO N WireI.ANsgo 2J" .0< 1' t' .N tll '.o1 1 .Nlt t HB,. Inc.Barbos.. Apply A)lleaVnca. Bryd mt $ 4,00;d T .)' Phoneft y om suLd pghldn.l -.une...
T Br Ior.ED.. EasYR Stet'.To , o'R'eo palYrith offersaenwt in g t o -i l yJuna bLe 27 PomS y n size t00
^.a~uii *"''r-;1^1 ^^ ^^ Xly.S'., Gua^'t~liO". ____________________ ___, TiRE3 FREMOLD PMtOpza'm.. ,IWTAlNW.IMT-
Leaehldsot s.3 arne103trg.et Rod1Lan, aPRma .30ate. wasag'$,6441. nt',144









Eutide.orthefeie r ie re. pairs c, lasM s---- qu arec- teorla lanrut dnle d. No.. t o, lb. btr I rf AFSOLO TEfr .1nAATRpB (ag NrTNM N mT S
si Boxnce At-Ju0,,u, f ine24lt ;-Juo C ortrAB E D 8 and Linge tra cX 'P hon "Gurdi an "-.-aJuneJ927 1944 a l S re p wmi .nde t
ODt isr. Bl.Sr.lL COeTTAnE o ,.... y r OOM AND nOARD I ,-Roa. BESt. Ann'Es. TwoBA nutes -tor Roci ne Der Presnt. toyou oa Fl
m^te.ard-JudoAt.-James,_pplyI*_Sea____ o r f i uApTlEPU .IC Is her eey ui ot4 thtt 1,






EXCELLENT IrVEBTMENT in iifleid JiAN
A""-sll SC__ KHAN'S BEACH HO US.- f roiSa> oroS A Je hl ughlin-JuneISC 27 o-. -June no.lone rsnb f dbto

UVISTOCK FOR SALE tOtBLE M Tt AR t- I LIi .., .tet L",rge l.,Tt' I K.o e .III .r rJne9gliwte or AicrehodAlbr coSreet uee..-- r c aoe Nhavi nrglt:* r M mOVA NOTICE
AMERICAt54 IltlLt.. aoed ,,..pllt, .n,"*' II I etc .,eIr 1-t1s- IDA rio MtY"''I"h "u J'y I o able peacetim buslness. to.OOU or Tkret GARCIA'S UMBRELLA hACTORY is
I MSnTlteiD iiBo. J l+yI ' ,.itieB.. w l,,a i .iti' Ei'IH r'u t st' rni n ter trA C ppl n Aly W. (angaden. thaco nowrt 5 Prince ptret. nd not Wt 28
ill, en J, .Jr '," ii 41 t 4 juei, a .r. U l>i. rtuel .,nApl. raio'd St 0 reet, lo rt-oa-app ln.- bunr n pt un e tret s T orme rly. All buonS e
TWO-Y. AR-OLD A A t..rt A. II,'e" A l 0P n i l ,0 1n i te ol C'2l, 61s S. ic. 't Srie.t-.-tiTHE PUBICItei lnl->l le y1,1 0uthatI.- Uly 4
Joy." by Tomn Pear..i', out I. I.,...,ta CIn r'l'''"l. d.>i.ti,1ii~ |l~ilrl li~r .lc 4.l'hy. NoCo. Aut lK Uill tbr AmerIcan. Euro- ---- --------*- _____________________ mut b2r6.ce a rnc tet
bO RD in the, ril. t I UtiN E .E 1 .r t' ll'A L I nayE >r tt& St i I 'h.on t it te2a entranceno:; racrilalt 'Phon OR deb ord 23
*dcs'k AB Pi P t a 1 1d+ utRc ; rk 'I S im 3. '- AI' et t iiutI l l ,,reI'.s .- 0..To obago, betw en 1 FRU ID G ITH ANDo o nr ac" te gder u der ot niEr imf iprtf -
*jO l-,i'RD fr JUU41 10FU~ it~till 14 C HA I Lt `Ito, ircesret.sutale fo bsies, ij Lt o se.avng lety omuadyroeci3










W uiaw -.i e 3... W oe ott fotir|all' J mOlt ir n P Fr0unu. aUN .nNALO MALL Il 4unoofld MON De SIR ESTATE Cocade Pn nu t t of, Acts td tvvgo o o
PURE itks tll ALSATIAN Leg I i; -i H'..a- Paul. .11 i Street, half mutute walk m Savannah. Bu0ling ait e witi long writh u to sc M L
month. -., faon p.. i -'r. .11, -1.:1;t I Io 'IA,41. Itt'td <101, iiiil'.., t1. rcnabls joinbl and Single Room, witil Board. Knlighteorlog Road. App.y: hiiliafhe." TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ld itot'P J-nei72 !-nit37 rnil4e(0 'TR WAD -R June t 'beune Mlr Lepctaloup3f a217.-July 1 ndagtAplbryl.b doad.,t Castcaddeo.-Ju no0 _l Lot a nd sMR _________ _ON
GOATS FRDER E 1ita BiA I -id. 'iKl unlU-ia li' r Maomonald t i'aiIllCf' FURI ll.aI) ,OOM. independent 1a- r AC prty. LAND. PaaneoGin C a. t4 -iute
CHICKO thatl~l Cive An .gro. from; V'-'IastrotT.I ISr I P R( ,nreet n- Pl4REtTO N D PLAR Y e II NT .EDROOM, iul Str|ul eet atw 1hose. ppy t 11Facaderen.y irrlou Itfr ly n





Mraskal dJun e . yiarniti a tilal illu\tltnro s l'an rtllttane i. u e i.tre dtr.e -e.t.-Juin .g0 rom S e, Juan., n cocoa tnd jt ban. L T IO2T
42 ,tuht each. Purt.l t aiihlii. tieltury t CUMOHT'ABI.E UrUM ln 1mt oi. c~t t- > ~cUEh TC fHP0 P11Pt4 Fne
| Rli lrd t A B y l Cotuno try Club'. *Phon y r.r o. N. C aaue. 3 h .'r.d ull .t t. le-return to Mrst. AlansBrwta
tD U ATnNi Al g,1 t70'.4 > -Junie -2.,.ur ,rB achelors preferanI-yL-JunI U,. -Julise 2B t unn ingwTavierausn S t re e. it un
I ---o T Oe.--- 0 \h l ltt" t, P.ttot ori, Sni.- l Town, S., John'se Bar do isg. Eleabl i at Pelit Valley Mr s s e 1..U0.o




H..tllI',eo a lta... ba"l.". . ...l..a 1" lI Cit IP
uiTiNM Alld l Bs lto i-r, bal. o m hot'tl W tre rcommdatlon l eor l deour b oy iteindlg square fe. 12 Cents i Ip- suca e.e ME eTINGtSV ENTEtRTAINMkeNT
SEORTH.A.Ap.ly 1Se. IA ti Hnlli II4, Lng cho.For prtliar. and trmI. Borx p-W24h n iOurden"-July 1. TICKET HOLDERS are remiBnend. tb
Vie.w,-nlAsh. ..A lto elr' At I I,. r .' 1 1"1 Phtj,. vltl AY. ; B,, appry to th e tbov e addr i a.-duNy 3 1W ACR ES C u lOA, C Fu E, with Annual Dance, Palo ledo. July t. MQ ndey .
NE 5G1 H LE IG I $u "1u_;;I-t Itltipa.%AiIttttO.rt .,ii e Htt.. il C C OMFORT ABLE R OOM o r en e us cnropanlly watderHospring. yRo Ber J age, with 20eand. -Ju a .










ots. M s,,, ., gla.l t to 'o ei Ameicans ifs W A es, oel t rre-ectPrces 'lown. No --,r-e---d'oneb 62-o J
cas.atisfy 1.- ; It: 1i or an.l- Village, Jurolrn. Ba r- sed.EA pply Jo Db U n itedPE RS NnALt ..iT..d tC


OX'FORD towe 0111n1.r AVRyCIAI.| WOSC ROMitleI I.I thor It' ,It.Ti 110t I h f iOS JIitlyo |1n,-
or y-Chaxed.tordaeC- O vt c ou in hool. eU.tt- JI tTL. .ttt-.Ct-, t,1 in the W oliore : Mr .B Eu. t aoM HI ,-Mat te. Com 2ort-ndlerseeed Ltd-Jne0 TIRE PUBC.s ereby notilledu
h rn Chickt+ Pon t woJl 1c ReCoas Steda rrAnrs. ret.BTlren Ptn I PRece theOlL Single no ouble roomsdfor AUTIFUL PACOU LA -D for amnoi ong uner ared prten
--July13-!J n ou Wont 'arpPymJentttt. Bn r uropean A Rd Ameicanonly. hon i34.Stresidence. San.t0.00.'Phol Rod nest..to n|tlMATNhi f nAN T
not for T'E CIII^i. tO-t-i') T.. itrtit ll Julier. 271) -Iue *. La Vn e Approximatel ?40.000en2angl and a thatffedonot tho
Ofunee f 2 IM ..r1tt :,-tie o ,ltile eI".C t 1 enert1ng Plant ON LARGB fRONT BEDROOM, .S .-i.-d vE fee tatl2D acenmt. a.Ing th oa d ys rpon i .bl eoraydebt o dets.
b E Mer or i eac bIlci- Il ft r l B ron.io st-,,; fIl. tild l, abe .for Europe an upe..w.th I .r ....wt riveretibe ck. ...a p t.. I t, e by h h avi ng let s
t lor, l.ir tr Ai V C n rtrin, 2 k 6 !1,r wrba chl.3ors. MIJu Leecco-tW 13 carpenter "Trinida.d lfardhn."-June 33. i|nc eptemb eP 1, 1A43.EU
A .S. 1. re rs.Tkin 2 t lt ISiA C ( Oii B aenr ou b le RAIl C h a r te S ee o nyenA1'un 2 .d I 'P h o n e ... ... ..U.. . ..- U R S U LA- -LJ uH M A
.FASTBc RapLO ,id partmentU.re Je--, et o.tsait crhot e roa -Jne al so FURN ISHED. or U NFU; oNISHE n JUe D O -June w23. Artr ,


O .eng .. tes.. .., ...--JIO 5.....tit~t l"' 3 "l~t tis- 1 a ". Roo ,'u ,a Bachel..e.. Bo B -I a rem AGENCY ANN lOlUNC EMENT~Se b I
-.7D MUiai,".nClA,. A Ci A -Ko o t5i 'r Can hLtIME IA t $i O iip 0eiimcn t. i -ue, lJdnn tT IT IN I n
Sal AcpeotanPa 43 Ind tr t e. e 1- sa shntr11s. P' .wc l r Btr0157 TtREE W Jriot Str"leet .. ..u neM EVEU NI NG --MMeR CLA.S
Stho -IS.er A m Boutg. aire.-JSVe MUL S,. COW9. loccs sUat -,d HB WANTE. s A L A us 4L W Aui c t nly 3 at B Modem Veod
%94 6 trbol-h-Jiuu-tite2 27M AN OADuea. L Ara wo=ts L AJuan. pearti-











Mr d iN ypUEritNT D Horj s Power Oiln EngHne Apply: Santa TWO BEDRoOM5. Modern coavenanee -. ..M e or e eUM $hce ,5U euI5, TURAcooTiANh F2*.
LA Eatn- ISLAN O leOfNFLSA. 3on --'.hny te E e. gr3-t 2 ID CiVrdl HFloc.rSea K-rOd. o r eehold J Ro, es idePIone ie Choryoule
ONEtit 2 i ON E LAYINaBATTRY.ngle Rabbit nd ? Jm 8 Indian
"It L egor n Nwto Bervs11 6nlz.1iotie EW TONRK uomU Ol lll B tal'urmlnd tboron ptrefr red~. Ro), meiand 1 'R-EHOLD--.--.O-PERTY., .No. ..e. dvl









liEM EAiAD-u2, Land1 Huh., e oar'e Plymo thi Rc Ckrta u DeIli- -'-ee....-oad- .'T ATmNtN VACA N .T Re
J BU elmaont. Secondary Suborr fptrd bos tine Brown au htntd. C1 3 t- Jun elon 'Phonul Property ughlin.-e 2 -d e2 *nlMa BuagTL r

Me, n.to rC.amPrdge, ux-mn't Oad F ,-Jun.HOUES.iO, ...AL h o de A. . lItStee.-REX CEy.LA LE. andHalfDay
XVfO.nflc. F~wOR SALE r DO--E TOR-CAu 011-l weLarge uble iti, t,. Kou of -- --------------- 30C AnlrTandae Street. it.O
A ULRCexMtion ,fom od.,TWOJuly l T iSH t ROD; On d Mo n Rael Hcu. HCJtuiy nc fret C cd* LAsehold Property Ant l SAre C ap. PrSofii 2 d t. 29.
suE.a tone li,, pma- UlyL it ne 'Phone 16. Pr -June 2 ,(,nt-abeiiea cacamt busy ( Apply. inessld Propert. Bos 11ere Lane $ t0 Ant. P S 3-JlM A R.AtACTO Ri-

ol toR da. C%11ldC t lhoREMW Ohly FEWIeNRICALA T I HATE D .TT ,UE R PT $10 I.uoia i"- i .iioppositead. e -ereor Apteln M:in 1.Oii u e rd --e .
W t1m1 U to tomorrow- auJucne RRotal_ -1d t l J ned *initic het eon lrul. f' At i I wiHBr HOtSK, 8t. Al uiutln S n....-.-- -- ... .... -" --7 -E-i? n-sM e R-- -n no a
O peroL J joy" l.b o Dnie i.--Jui y 10a e Box 4Th.-e'iDe 24 ulsisS"--Junes s S p Aont. R 01*AYnr Meernn ...... 14.040 -mur av sae da t1 n b' rucroln.e-


"tOD_~i ~ SECONDARY tCtH0O1.. San P OLDINO PRAM. good roCdtMHon. gox! r URHlrtlLu IIOUS: (or rtnt. thl'w t(a ,teno'101, .' ** lnlth cru* im '2.^Tt i i,>n .,
b see.n >.. Ecphto.l. ,i1to-,Ia eIr- .'o 0 .U N rdlTn "-RungHl.l w it Haler, e mN lIn V .ie. nd, bi: n.St. Au gustt., In pt Rtal... LAND...F... .... s .,,. 25



Bf j W~I tlue. C, clh~nt (or sHnO|O 1 PORTABLE VICTOR IltRAMOPHON l^u f.-Ua, 'Gulidiin,"+- Juul 2*+ I >"t. NwlrN- ..................... IT,0 u kl-'"4 :" -*"1* ,"To --o e..l'?
S -niyAplyomnpllon.-gJoiontL31 Iagn alnt t pondctlon. lb.yp. iPhonn tmnt. cUnRNt U F LA1, 1e. l romy S b P rolper at SeamnJ-tunitb rer o S1t t A ut .l unia T 23

teetoNaS. MechaICal EAD ShOrab KhAo. 32 'R Sout Quy 'hne7. ---am.-o-4--m-Ju- e23 ....,~---- Ro 8900 tO 10 RESTAURANTS ANDUFOODS
161 3 --- -- FtOl"t j'^lj'B~I ? -Jii3 TOM 0ae Hu Pn. D N AL L HA Oi udnl M NDEI ESTATEFU Cgaade %E^ ^ -0 k re - -- - - -- -














LluSINESSJun ANONEET (N ULNTON Im f n Rd e. un 'or P(r *IIrn Poutsm .. . I'" klll "*'t wmg....10-- ---
KUREI NwAtoS BeIrNadN .t R2 NEW YORK Automatic N o fn 1 n7 B olnt eir. "an E t Fd u 'w l Alk C r. nt li s wt lo tyru MO
m o n th s .id C a n 1), a - j:a rAndo J- I cu l yr 1 Alt1u t.nn bl 2 oo N P aUntd-inTg e R it h Be a rd R < 1> S ld d oad .-A p pA: W orLIA M A L LOsT OO T'O G e-


Ol COPT ...Jul. .....P.. lNT i kN ewi OnH Mt- o rn Ae ltm isotned. letilighs a I nb 'hl etcn. Mod. r tC TasS and CO CKTA 23 Red 3an.
.........A ........-A ialt 39w P ar tret Pork t-o- etu .--Jole 3 I g b, uutls, 11 o ai'oomet *C R C.lyhu lo le Bel ..mont v Ph ne 34. -Jl 23
GOAT8SE LAM TIC ALL,.. SAT. Ot*BF POT Alr l. 8.. .. M di etA, rTHOA. PO t an
fW%% or t-un.oday. CildrenE torROOl tioc b 1. LN pi Cr a mltoF
UigmuRn o t omorl rlo w. Sjiuxe c Ai skeie lsu.oule bRN, n .iu... .. test I'tlll-. 10r- 7 Pe a t Au gu ine"'. "3u"r""m" e Ju, i e L-an pus-o HOUlE FOR RENT


130 Ases- Oa, rid,. Matriculato n p rity i quart O Ap4ly W rie t nci. Pt Augut-, o n. oalM-- .* f nIg etc. FR So lg pe.da
UJ RE eTul P andH~ket 142-Pnerto ach. V fletS, o.Spi Bnhmondt tar-yo&fUTt rIO1BO. A Ir on*L A. Kdwith. .w t .t7 1, orang es. N-i Urd Ya."M
erl d MgreL ltJn Jt- iuio. uB t c r ro.-Ju ne 2 i. Br ba NoP.- Un a 4 O ,K To urt, Cooaldsl. .s g"a"i ...#,..v O NMhl BoxW R 2or Uo "Tu7o6 7 iWnd"
.MON A DDARI tCti. _a F~O x IB..LDING PRA M, gi ood. d o U lln toa e nt. thtuere2) 0 0b0... D i teal Sant aiE 3o t B B'tt.u--'lJm .2
gA nlt. ON--ul y46 hUrNsH p eD'ta o u, no n. -June2please return to Mrs.Alma Brewster. 0 ...... o m il A t qu ily. M nl d T




-tpal.-.Juu S Ac Stu dio-3 2 r7 dRrcla dt.rt.- uI t b -o r*nld aoll ts drawt a aon 5 n/ B ror s e s I t. Mg Chrlott SPhotr e t.-June 25 .
________________________ NATIONA CASHcia REInR Alos roath. -June 2 oo (4) IdaBWC* in Edwar Stee WANTED,.. To RENT--
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S-Let S Al rNUNeLwA ON B LNtO Avenue i trl S". o_ ply maeO Rsabo eAnyt..imu, seep.1A wthm Ar Wnal DnTeD o -uyB 1. .
wat ERisTaMVisgenda R ackel ReiP ano. o0. fHewit.ho 0 e a lmonit Cr laitWOlEROM fr uoeas a er sprn. anoberywVllaere. TONENeWand.SED FOO SEWI.
gt~tng "Tltt'~ an ernndo-Juy clsi Rod.--Jue 2Am e PiaUn s TR6 aem Poe ll St.rJa et.-s princTs
38af.Jl COPYdt Jivii 00 (6. Wolesale.rink ani.buleaseoleesdecTownsio. No reasonaMAbIERlne517.OoyfJfe2r
OXFIRTD.,0*Ml1RCA1, li L ro Measure..chAteadPI~n ce AlfredStrets Se Auly 3 nrfusremAplyeJh-auly I. UitedPE CONALNTAICNED& UNaHDI
MsIYtCfor everybody. al ouco;h brngy-oUrSFe rnad-ueCKV23. 'tigs th 'tl:. SR EE-CIROOMVI OUS E wTCofot- atJ.MeDONLtd.-J ne 0 M3.0" HEt PUB~tLtIC Rom e. odrebyntfedetatlIade
nau maeilt% oddoit.4 ALh, 32VOL ELCTrRIC PinoPLANest: e1 80covSienle e, nd Maolbts room& gear BEAUIFUL SPA CIOU ALIST or aIt o loneee unterStvann a re.&Ap plyU atB-12
1 onIrvinJu ly3 P Vrtcl.aolAtEgnead 4t3brog. oag. Apl:nrnegoe,. i SS- 4Clslot Sret "urda. 9
Seoe. rod ars. Yerins. Mak stte Po e 8. -June 23. SnFr NLt'o. 3An IltiRNEis OnlyME. beat 734L residenc.tSfnta CruxgeOldow ad105aSth treet.H oUSESyFO usbaLE lso Jsp
CMSUAOLET OF .iVt1 bSkA 'OCK-R I and og,-- Cs-Ju Mul, Appy Esprsoce scabrog.1Abeo- ny .A 42h.lca fopr oximaely .",O Ide "-Juu. ne htIdonthl
Bwes Mle. okesDaryC ttle and 11 0 x o14 In.. VenrLOX RINTING emptyo family oebiiMss lt 14of re LntoeeC arpe ter "rinia. limdeGurda."Jn eo 3.a S ine Setmer 0 aX I V,*TR 94T. atr. Gon
1r whlaberegted.'StrIt. Ma.eCharltte.'P5o81..4.'-JU e 29
0. P. BenneHTt, IlyMarine asquare. PVltAPCR o..1,3.3 to fl D odu b tlbeC ccut F ReeNagI ngSHEDnlgav merora.UNFdias P566510t. b raSoabllata bRSanUL egA L dTC h eNce, S
smile Clementsue 30 1A.e&11idl-IR raleder Alstret--tled athe-Jtoiet.dr11. andyou ofer
F. O leT~oRPEI. Exprte touch vvIng lun M TEIt )( AmLe itrl, GnB uoxing, Caayeloroom N. a s; con -16 (2ALGsNsY ABNUNgaowEM WrENTLN$ORSL
u4derta-C". GAmCeRy SI harott ULDN atrkthe. g.plnyoITIOStetNmmdaepossio 86
IEmots NTAVOULt i NGwr erc. 6cUl s Ala Boks.167,Bord t retp. N Pharonte 73--Street.?1iepcio aE2VEN2NwIugan .S Jms.L NDG3 COMUARCIZIAtMoo SE
am te kiabo Junelit33.. aEurnet .Juneu2ne 36 N L-oue S sale a acy eta tin July,2no t f Mrodem Metocnant
Susns eAR ade.-Qi me42... HRU AN C WARDROBEtgus a TRnN&.06 HNOUS 5 E WA STRED T. tVe. 14 CunpiAnlmmuy- -'....$ 3,400
36 0 AppAN SS~i.&Dil Esela 3Es gthte Avenuteor d ar--tune 5 o.- iaEO ueondt eesion. & Dtil Qal 418 n 41. (2Bnao. OCno tn.met ot wt pl ___


AUDBEI'LOUISE NSURSING Jn 2...Judaoso ......us ........
IE. uttft Stret111. UnIroando. UNDEMRWOOD PTP.WRITER Apply 1V WESTERN MAIN ROAD, on.e wood- (a) Me N n"th l. MISCELLANEOUS STAi
UBy 6 11.-Ju e Othe a or I Panker Lnebt.- JamS.anbntl approx. 26 X12. covered Wit ()verud witht Avenue, garataria, peeSe n *-$ .& ONE ICE IaNgE BOX n good ~ '. "Poo
o N. M RNANDW SHOE WORKS. -June e galvvalsed hioeets. Purh .er _ust re- New.,g w Ne41. . .. p-- t nu--rJuiy &
m love Will be removed from 4i Ed- NEW PRAM AND GO-CART em m onve same from t4t within Is"J a" U. ._.................. Chaes- M- P-ll. CI B T NrAL ItL KCTM
ljiitstreet from Monday. June 12. to No. intlnI011-1130.00. 19413101001 Circut~ IAp 19)5p remIse", or 'phone SS.-July 14 S Propertile-Buying of gew511110lET E7ALEOIi
Sp' Ewad trert-Jne S MANE SQUAIRE No nesamable Conssult. J. McD. Thence& g RNPIRIIGRATOR In perfect condition; I
Edad S 1t- 23- Road -June, 14. 21u: P air Ladies Ii Bo ss 2yAU
,. .oTAG STAMP, altK inds, bougt. VICTRL OR-MOPRHONE10: Recrd. n ".et aseo'Ph6ne71. sI. g' n.. P.,rt. t .0 w..d,. A,, ..dlo...o--eu ..
qe. West India Stamp and Cabrinet. Apply It Muourapo Read. by Stmveet-July IS j nun Diamond nor ine iS I Slelitelive
_V s d. MIOConnor Street. wood. -June 54. CHATTEL at Escatller Laud, rental $11 0U51 M N M e arl A-ud 1. -TuRtly tr ot 6 _
^ ." .. r r ^POR M T ONN r ow" 36 Charlotte^ IlttBl -Pn.u -pon 0. M (wed" ). ll a y''? Ilm .-d.Un go.
'phonGe C -June 23. PORTABLE GR MOPO : r $2.110. 3'edtoc Hom es Mos on Belmont Val- Clpen ldt tee -'o 191 '(Sdtysl. Aly SandA- .
B UND At Ctroing shipd t-,, B ki Ma "in otor-Mcr PuM AdleyRo ed. ampty, 2.600; Invest at .n .. .... RAIS e AND FI. tERATOR
sdl orfpeeorsnal baggel cad of- .Jack._ 10 Ctcon Street (ups IM.-- lu P!ae 1n.tl $20.2q, 11,3 00; I -"nvest-aay"od y g y p-. REF RIGERATN R, KELVINATOR S e

'*;"_ _worl over. June I B MN tt B . ~ I.0 "~r- B M n> u l Mle ft ee (n v) rou lts, 1. Auo.tt bar ai *M QK>fd;R KXL INTl oilWU ^ k td ft > f M.
H ra en t ioeaer thro Atp wMoI me nUe 3 -ue2M-Je.i .U n 2llune 2a 7 K "n "Los d' ft. 'Pthone 5S137S.--Jun I,
I l a ur door. Export permItS ONE PUMP, lsrle r ( tWor>y h A ent rM, M.lul Stree -e rue 7 ntal w IT 487 Afe ino ru d ppe.. .
-T Bawliwn .,uImpo r z't end Ex rt Roland Psye on, 77 Hen5ry' rStir t. Jiyia. o 4 I D ALLEY. Immediate poej 600 Aeres. MO OR FOR SAL
I y 1 o StreeIO. 'OSPh sone Je R. No E N I D a ssieon. S3.444 Dial423,15-42111. Murnelt Full P rticulars at OP CHEVROLET It Ia god --dt iwla
Hoa"llow y Tile loks o ApplyZ 11 Ils M2 -June 2 2b trTob e '. npy ,Estate". ar. good tSres ApO y Human 13 AIbei'ro s

circular Road, San ftnnd. iP D D NEf 1LAUMOLM 0 41. AR cl't R ROAD ths Tel. .., Acre. Cesples ,rt .we- ...L-J .
_________ -July b beldrooms. Swing and Using room e0441ll3 40 Alfrade Street Just hen".. e A XCAN 35*2IP EA
-ULIEMANO- + --$3 per too. delivered models onvertllNe 30 Calea novalle d pantd d et y. oi-


a-ad. .Np1 7re ad ou se Juner 29
+ m o.e SESRT CRCL R RA sn1 Pett.elsy Ithegt. -
(ByanItNo.oitaJeenlahan.kAvenue. F3$ par
pUT&CIA14. RWiehnal.cOocenlolvesiIStQuterrysgoalte. Im e vit al 8e 3.66uonius Dae*0OV
-July 2. EZR faR et-. oSpcna 3 Vllr Sooeeptss
aSP. IRO. A ~ lO~~ wholsale 4? ark Me.ith0, 10 OT. CInettRCULA PR t.OAD 1611111,1----------- V.01,a" Rou e eBtce.*a
HISa.-ust21oulavalee PropetyV'alley.oh Str -
@r 5 a r I Sew A a ?PN S Ml111a U rti g t 1 R I D G T o Fl ee 1 9 M k i I
$4 o- to* 5 9 Fo raU-itt W09 RO USE. 8 are d1t den pa ...... E.O.. R.....;A very ATh
-Jew enI at. aS iStSi. S A 3 ami o"Peet elrty. istto r a *i ne wt c LO T. osi, r ur ose $ S a ste2 WS l U.
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ANNOGNORKENTS

^Ew~~ltSa Mrs. MMeekIM
SALVAY-.-?. Ml. 60 Men. Messy
R. Mieuy l Ml AI XI2. at 1* rasi-
S- Flebif iL-. t. hAs's-.


DEATHS
WO ULAM.-,eIa1s. dougher e tRam-
elam at "U Fraosedo ewsptal -o Jme
II s 4 at P.M. imel today at i
U-m. trost rodden. L gd-IEvale. tb
40-tW6 '
MIDWIUZ.--Tetrdwy at 1.15 p.m
it O =mene. -=1dtry Lane. Eene
Raait0E wti~ at LWamiodrigesa; mother
It bic 2_eMe. 1eImo Ivan. ELyn.
100. M rahjV240YO at Shilefy Rodri-
tML toda at 43 train howse
i 1meto AL t e lncte Chureh. BRet.
ms, huesel to Lapyrouse Cemetery.
US-IEM HMAS
A M ORIAL .- RVICU will be held
Matudanyd Ju 4 2*o at 6 &a.a t ly
nuge Cdhns tor thb late Mrs. Mor-e
am Fieherbert Dab. Friends nd
rHltilvew ar kIdly asked toe topt this
that ot t,
ICKNOWLEDOMCNT
AXTIER.-Mr. W. L. e ter. Eullea
Baxter end the* telt of ne family oaw
i touh lie me iu to thank al those
ilenU wo attendd the funrial. ent
wUat an letter o at eondeienee oa
he death of Uei r otMer, Mary Baxter,
it beng iUmpoible to do so individually.
IN MEMORIAM
WAOE.-I- loving Memory O eour
early oved Geradi.
OBe 7e5 o( s*Mrt tears does flow
The blow e buard the lo eti severs

3=1'ett sterl d testsfdo"w, lo
In lf We loved you dearly.
la d"&n we do the same.
LMqthsr, ~t. arothr", so"
and auntie.
SASS-I ffethnate memory of lior-
nc eatda o Bebb, who departed othis lite
Ma June 23. 193.
Days of sedatd stiUl come oWe us
Secret tears do often flow, .
For today has brought beiur us
Memorlie of one year ego.
"'re and more *ad tears oppress us
Frtieds may think the wound Is heaiedl
"e-. ,ia u it know the sorrow
Which lies within our heart concealed
-44W husbandL children and or.no-
chlldren.




d~ftf^Xt a 'I

jAvery yja

Little Lux


goes a long,
long way
REM'8 WHAT TO DO
AlwaysmeasureyourLux
One level tablespoonful of Lux
make a good lather in 1 quart
of water, so meamsue your Lux
arefilly.
Measure the water
If U you one too
spl .uch water you'll
b.' forced to m
/ too much L aux s
_l welL Alwayskep a
jug for mesunin.

Wash all fine things
together
Wait until you have a number
of fine things and then wsh
them all in the samrne lather.
Keep your Lux dry

atdit with Wet hands.
Lux make d cloth last laoner.




LUX .Vaw
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SALE BY AUCTION
82a Queen Street
Friday, June 23rd
Instructed by Col. de Boissere,
Messrs. Armoogan and Firestone
iMESSRS. DEARLES LTD.
will sell by Auction a quantity of
very good Furniture, as follows:
6 Rattan Arm Chairs and 3
Round Tables to match. Extension
Circular Dining Table and 6 Chairs.
Centre and other Trbles; Carved
Wood Panel; China Cabinet; 6 Ex-
cellent Carpets, good colourJ Side.
board; MOrris ChaIrs with spring-
filled cushions; Writing Table;
B3MW Ornments; Books" Double
Bedstead with Simmons Spring and
.ai< Mlattres:' 1d Pre a. 2 CyD


3AHCAIN5
0!
Pktam Street .pOHmlcpn; I


23 Old St. Joseph Road: MarS
vi: Edwardm Street: St. VlnceU
Street: Frederick Street: Gw
Street and Queen Street. posm
si mauMrntad. Large i sma
loa. On Mortxaes
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Norman vovio-rfevck
Real Itate Agnt
80 St. Vincent Street.




*Just Recei~ved (

CAAXAN

TOBACCOS/

"Picoboc"

"Rosebud"
"Old Chum"
"Raleigh Plug"
"Raleigh Granulated"


BOISSIERE'S

GROCERY

53. MARINE SQUARE
'Thone 5212.


PROPERTIES


FOR SALE

Possession Immediately

No.3. SCOTT BUSHE
STREET,


No. 3. HYDERABAD
STREET,
St. James



No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.


No. 10 PETRA ST.
$7,000.00 Woodbrook


'V. 5. BATH STREET,
East end of Pork Street


*PHONE 5367
After 4 pm. Bin 6638.

A. M. Querino


C


Cupboards.
GOETZZ PIANO
20 Barbados rush seat chairs, Ma-
hogany l Table, Wood Bedstead,
Spring and Inner Spring Mattress,
2 Presses, New Wood Bed Spring
antd Mattress, Framed Mirror, 2
Dressing Tables with long Mirrors, 1
Dining Table and S Chamirs. S Prim-
us Stoves' 2 Tennis Racquets and IH
Frames, Crapeau Press. Cooking '"
Utensils, Sofa, 2 Canvas Folding
Chairs, Lamp Shades, Electric Iron, A
Inlaid Indian Table, Settee and 2I
Easy-Chairs, Spring Seats, Baby's
Pram.11L
Sale at 1.13 p.m. on Friday,--
June 23rd.
Goods on view any day same MUc
week. Our usual conditions of
Sale.
Dearles, Limited

TriMidad Electricity
Board But

'TO
NOTICE |1


Applications an Invited for the
appointment of an Assistant Rlec-
Itrilal ongieer in the service of
the Board ona salary scale o9
Sl3,4m0-1M-3-,M per annum.
I Applicants riust poSsess a Unl- i
L versity Degree In Engineering or ,i
Associate Membership of the Insti- I "
tutiam of Electrical Engineers and go
Must have had practical e er-I "
ence of the ilstallatLm of large
vower plan'tgs and a f ullknowledge
Sot the Rules aed Regulations etOf
Sthe institution t Electrical En-
D g111 of Great Gret Britain Wd of
the Fire Underwriters of the United
Apl aPtlots But reach the Utn-
4Sran 3 aor later than 12.0 noon3
I O rSron ,1Ulf 134.' 0. t.o
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THE

PLANTER'S

PUNCH


The Palm Garden

AT TX

)TEL De PARIS

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and CaDl*

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NEWi

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FURNITUI


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A FRESEL uLf
of ++


WEDDi

PRESENT
in

Cut and Etched
E.P.N.S., Chinese
Vases, Jewelry, ,
Sticks, etc., etc. "


Your Inspection


THE SALES R(
1 Henry St. (neor T


Phone


FURNITURE
St. Michael's A
ments
COLLINS ROAD, lArt*
Saturday, 24
June '44
1. 20 1']P

Instructed by K. Oaf
we will cU Itd gsM.
Furniture such au-e.
with Slumber-King
Spring-filled MattMk
with Spring and ptg
tress, Cyp Single M1 T-
and Mttretss. C Y
Mirrored Chest o0
Dresser and Stool, 1'l
Long Mirror LineS -a
Cyp Dinhig T1'I R.-
One Buffet, Gla aMW
Sewing Table, T" iI
Burner O11 Stove, .WP
Perfection Stove E tmlll
Ware, Oven, wreers, M i
aMd Tables, Cyp IgSS
Bamboo Arm Cha.r Wmil
Red and Oreen swl eg
Hand PMilnted telde 1
fie Iron ard Meoes
1*-rm Clock, Broom. arpet. 011W-
Cilr, Rocker. Tt:a B
Pram, Trievycl El a
End Sofa of
Rain Goat, I
Tube Rato. Hot_
Range, combinaUtIM
graph and k-UP -I
ndOn.dOZ R .
Items on view dM |
-morning of Sale anI
Boyd & H


CH HAS BEEN SAID AND MUCH HAS 3W4
SWELL THE FUNDS OF THE n
INVASION APPEAt
BPO14SORZD BY THS
BRITISH RED CROeSS S
(TURINIDAD AND TOBAGO 3RAMW
enMich Sen NEVER ,be em or a< dup ,' m- 6
n theumulms m ainlg dioy on Me ettlhel
rgmnt need BmedUw alm. ___
FURTHER INCREASE TH B SUM ALREADY
PERSEVERANCE CU
Wfl Held An '

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Oi SUNDAY, JULY
E vre an Its
to aty w dy edyor to
ENTIRE PROCEEIS 9* .e
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