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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00691

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Japani Itromahe ,,l t hof___ CnUNGKINa Jn 2 < o
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are Ino Mopptin g -th C ^.^reur Wh n thiese reck C an tnumber of. loMed bye onlo a Iew d' i mon s ( owt gieai sel as Xteiofb r mt idth
APg'planes Jap Bri dgei hedteiplaeshw encrckntered Uthe ft a. bo A mericn T p Cas- tcrsnahdmdantenante nmerIIIwouldbetounnedI11th
us hould meinno un ;butWIf it ous noten for three d ays said that th e 11 frnt Ai eiad a d fthne tt nd a o fana'cans o Ir _tue beLb seeflto ie
pia saa nSos fast 11d 0 0 o rdteido a ttt kthewhw.iit was aag uttdn tha at11sho shot elevea bas IM ti rceiv ta tm rs 4 mpnr to pr lan. u t ts hoteta la
the last srlreet of the also tvbyty ouldanyone be et eors on PtS m. b GrnWhoIi the Ch hoph adI -ca men5is a di t how I ataie A. P LE A auO -
ASI I REDUR of ok Lbs Tr ariu-ly runcInThe igh Cmmad anonce 4a10ilayAbo dt 28.Mirep ouhoft he si ba eptotheCfacta1144 teplt1,11n r oleve lmsih14 o Ttf rai SHN T Jn 24A,- o Rid nn'Pw w

Ju"*one 24 feter t ih e Sta r eendl poi Ctsfreist T Jreune w24e o r ts an) Ohof UAberat ftaloti s bombed tak inw he nm ---iaoer ussatlon o to a WuatnI uW bM thh
Sn.l. bot t hcludC guns tesond igt hattChins e atdeAmen f th ov 5 mles Othe astof i the Trent s Oe nd i N epove -. Ai. reIaTrlc tt Itcopestill
eqt uipant. roe m the a bir ald M. s. j can fliers w reckyd the Peipiog- Ct at k T4 3n m s wtst o0 Pltlc. Ama i doidlwh Ousder uh a c ioue ad- 1" 0 Mt
Df 1 n rotheasC ofe Tnm- RITLJdTUtRl N TO etA0 S.iet l.n1 o w raila. bridge a nd itannIm f artilost f om awa athd e M'Uta m al iabd of rMJle InIOWw tuM tille In A l SC IA U SI I
r, ar e now Ar my oopsinl the Yellon Riser-main mees of raids. ecod by* U0 *lsts- b orsrat ga crrenBftn as a llowanc, *thta W S u
Sw ^in^SS^-^ SS"~losd b onwi of lowrlndn bdtwen %art in_ pi uxona allowance- ax- wel all raise &Pcl "t *of Iw b)#v. child ll 1torthwest
Upemv the Japaneseountehed that, bo t hAmerio.a ngrlidd -Can-or-s for InvadndsIn gangs-and underbolt An^ es- :t A J i nr ofuAmerican u cIn the -d
puosed knsofastI n a.Anglo-Sovsettrleideha was oor. iwhc In y anaan Is. Cdclli ntd l n patteshot nno wn .i each |iccoru Cw fZlr tVl P eh. lowmil li ma s s- nt
_geL 55BBC fPtrtch o tf easut ot nec.ns aeprge i nstmttheIaId% iedtby1lorlhrs ewb on5 fO!5vq.5dGarmn f__ whiaadColrnm with1those ofI t h er ThIlkI-1 PLA 41VD I N PASS tLO
ghel tok the men pagug n e a efu rs oes.e CetOre-ope NG Jnsets fhe 24 Bur- taa hm ier U bertrfrmatios bomed awnem pe We. epl.at em lones.th ereuh le ase!--- ---


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boot UO tThetani Niush orCommand- --_ __ announcedhe adw~h wfs llwac o 55 5


e i ncludng, u ton ih M Chines and Am iot,. n louta vast of ttw- Irdn AnCI h e OetIcn O@5t lMint m um f r e l- h Itll, t mA
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t Ue^eas myk:a i a i the the fou r gr- Ilwrower P. torlkl1 Fllouao ftuun he.'' UUQ<* SoSdioiei u Io; 11n. men are preen ftitt Uniin.pe he Uited SPaOeIl Roa Immediately WeR f an iearel st ca ma 5VA the'he wtfe4=0 Is (AP)F- lthas that whie in TcatIta the


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be urowere In these
Sto cut Uum at
be Po e of rout
A M lMeteRWtxr
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M Ir tmt" the deft d
mg wI owo ake them. Zps-
be idwn that a chMd
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I rm risarhb work was
abus this eaud fuKtbonlng.
i* W of a few =i kept
Sthe UN old Development
%Iebb was suceeded-oy the
rItA Wet Indies Colonial
opmuent and Welfare Fund.
veral yearn thi work w"'
te diretiotn of Dr.. C. W.
w whbo become very well
Throughout central Amert-
I leading expert in banar.i
M, both in the field and In
Oft. He wrote what has be.
the standard *ut.oritative
olk on this subject as well
hlehy readable popular ac-
of the rtv.ges of the die-


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pe iuento 1th tf ":w
Rnfd very geod a ta Id


W.e1.4-H Club

MovementGets

$62,000 Grant
a---


Grant of U,.400 to promote 4-8
Club work throughout the Wet
Indri was made last year under
the Colonial Development and
W "e Act.
Tbo lowance prmie far ap-
poIntment of a director and M
advisor to supertnteLd the ark
as well as teach modern methods
1 farming to boys and girls.
During the same period Develop-
ment and Welfare granted
$176.000 specifically for extension
of 4-H Club work In Jamaica.
Programme there calls for the
tralnLf of 4-H Club teachers, d


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.A Iof,0o m fthh oNn**
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AMr tneaugab -e te CdeI m
Lmdimg Akwathmia Ku4m Cws-
my. a Comeb aminn who .t W
Trta",A bat J3r t to Jie lb
A.". hem t. go Into eft5
mr ew eme. A. C. Cemy sed
hew fr ewml yeam al4 am
mavaw to a Ttsded girl.


Red Cross

Invasion Fund

Nears $32,000
0-


" u- reen Hvoc." His depar- es .iablasme it of six rural centres, Answering the stirring broadcast
t'e to become Professor ot Botanyv a central office and a field staff, message by His k.xcellelncy the Act-
aI Manchester University (Eng- A 168.000 allowance was also In Governor urging everyone to
*ad) Is still greatly regretted at made for the development of support the new fund that ad&i-
* maw agriculture a'ld food production in tonal burdens which Invasiuon must
SBritish Honduras. bring may be met, contrlbuttoni
*MVANIION Under this scheme there will be have sent up the British Red Cross
established a purchasing and Society Invasion Appeal Fund to
to proposed to extend the eta- marketing agency and there will be a total of $31,870.77.
.ns work athr th3 war to in- Importation of threshing ma- Ranging ro private donations
anning, dehydration dild hlinery.
-. tlosal work, and change its Another $168.000 research grant of $2 and $3 each to several
I tO "Food Preservation De- made last year makes It possible amounts of up to $500 from busi-
3pXlint."a more comprehensive for two-year fellowships to be fleas firms and others, some 62 new
amr oro L more comprehensive f .t ^nr2T ^r^corbuons go to make up this
to cover th contemplated awarded to funlor scientists from contributions go to make up this
Wt o oer th, coteplte awrf i~ ~nr~ "from the already acknow-
0. UP to a short time a, o Mr. any vpart of the British Empire for amount from the aheady acknow-
100rd ^i nd his colleague, r). H. study of prc'lems either In natural lodged total of $21,926.41.
5. BarneU. were engaged on tie or social sc'nie. List is as follows;
WUI et work but he had to carry Alreadyv acknowledgd . g21.1>2 I1
-'I aloe after Dr. Barnell l Mir b rruchtsr ....... s00
Oiaed to undertake important Si ly L k To Ad La .. nA.rnersn ..... 00
1W work under the Ministry o l Sl 1e Luk To A 0 id r. A Pawcl 2.00
S3 d n gland. Te department a er aid Staff, A o eam 100.00
Which is proposed to establish .t o Fun d D rvd t o. c ....
Ethiopia u ndD ive cahrt C.. nd ItaffC ilroi
M eight have a saaff of half dozen . .. .. oard N 0 0
at M e. Island-wide fund raising drivel VrestRot It. ..l, ho 27-14S9
The research now in hand aims organized by the Friends of Etilo- p.l, s.) ,0
4 applying a storage method pla Committee in aid of the Prin- ,r.er teCe ubN Cui1i S:1. 1 -
pWrhhaa Proved successful with cess Tsahal Memorial hospital., ,B", :, i22
SO :N Perl n te pr teIIStIff.0e". 011~tlenlt _11 Ai Atljllr ,A. I
piU and pesirs i temprate m-vcs off to a good start this week lira A v ,t, ;mrNer 2a On
0 untaeris bananas. Tile method with a radio broadcast talk on iin iM'h r se Mn ,ic ed 2rnni Oin0.
S approach is by small-scale ex- Ehliloplt by i8tr Harry Luke, Chief hrt ad M K NLinMt. (.0nt (.00
lnintt on the reaction of bar.,i- Representative of the British Coun- Mr and Mrs. Wltari1 ( Wrant 204..410
M s.Ian i fl tnilbell A.00L
a to different storage atmos- el'. Mr. P Vi..entt 2"o0
"rs. Raults have already shown Sir Harry, who leaves for England Mr. i. i n.e ,.
SIt will be possible to Increase shortly. wili be introdxlcrd bY Counrt- Arinli r:, hl. b ltobgo
te toae period of tinanas, eillor H. 0. B. Wooing, tie City Timd,,;r, iu K a 2;* k*ater
that to ay. to carry bananas to Mayo0. Iblerins 38 ;2
toi distant ountri esa nd if th, t Arrangements to male the Flag Mr j Liifr.,.. .3.0a,
edisti triese, and if the, Day organisd by Mass Audrey Jef- air J.iscih i llrman 300
Prs enta Prove t successful fers. for Saturday, July 1. a big sueC- lApexLsub Ds e''.. 4:ar,iU0 o
Ofn.W otst gsttd fr em have been completed and It Apie x inlAri. "irnarnen', 34 II
e .s of naw s ba ill bconstrctdfo understood that in most of the city L>-n-,. ktibiil nierm.iat
eelrpl bananas~ wll be consider- churches today mention of it will8 Sb1I.0I R tg
SW adied. Instead of the Ies be made. Srabad, Generl Raceipta lot.
f Prceure of supplying freanuoir, The committee head Y MuIg tonsute r Mr.Dl, Hutihtison:t
t Mimospherc will b- eloselycon. Jeffers, entrusted with arranging P-.ce,-i. tr,, -,li..c r; Mr..
trolled .s well u the teanperatu the proposed bridge drive at the 'rnve M. nh Fun oFiM0
Another words, a rapid cooling asys. Prince's Bullding on Wednesday, (R It Jani.. .. 1o s
tl= With a sUpply of fresh air to Ju'v .5, I as follows: pI e,i, Ir. al jn.nbe .. eie
20o1` or l riven off by the bans- Miss Jeffers, Dr. A. 0. Francs, Muis v. A Recki I.7I
IS Na what the present-day bana- Dr. F. L. Patrick, Dr. Patrick So0 Ft,. ,,li trim crop-oir
lian.,. 204.90
na boats carry, but the new design, i'mon. Mrs. 0. R. Annisettre. Mrs. Mrs. cI Le, And Mts. J,
It IS believed, will involve rapid E. 0 V. Jarrette. Mrs. Bishop. Aon, ,,n. )-,,,, j ,,o ,on
e oling coupled with control of thel1 Mrs Fields. Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Hen- Daclim 1 M c i. chaua ina
amount of fresh air svppilied, rv, Miss Rigsby, Mrs Holder, Mr.'. c,"'::ou 1 0o
Col I" t m Mrs Me >neakt
0, BvnM, Mrs. Abdullah and Mrs. ,l(',0,,i r> *"12 .0
MEEZING A PROIJLEM Lataste. CoII"Jo,, I.r4`etl 'i. Trinidad
TLat-tst lilt of contributions to the Ci*s Produ,, I.' d. 19 00i
W Station Is the only one do- fund is as follows: COAIV,,,(n:.D Dici ,ri Cliat.gi.
S thiu kind of work In Uie Briti&h Alreadv acknowledged . $1,499.39 cor*on. woor. s 37I ;
Olict on. Woo~l/oral Lmcigo
Wst Indies. It was started be- Dr A 0. raneis . 10.00 :'..ie Staff 20 ,r
tween 18327 and 1928 "s part of the Trinidad Motor Insuranc ,Mr. and Mrs Charrir A. Jack i 1 '10
MrrS E "o nMr.Il C M .is Kntuhn *sJ (n0
benasta rreaearcli conducted at the' Co. Ltd..........5.00 Mr antd Mr,. h~obart Johnson .. .s0 00
rlCMiese. About thi .. P. Bru.ln 25.00 iand Mrs Rcoard A .las 27.wor
e Of the biggCest troubles i tie Bishop's HiRh School for Mr. snld 5a John 'runbul ao
O n the ^ ISet troubles a Jr J oh Tr *bl
storan e nofth bigges obl itheGirls (per Mlis Shrewsbury( 14.00 DO' '-,son -d Todd t"Id. .. ,00I
orage of romicel banana, the Nelsnn P'avrs (per Mr. C. Llydrestral n. 0
West Indian export banana, was A. R. Roberts, ... 10000 A.ic r Marshall C.. .0-0
the stm-end rot. A large nu- lo Muir Marl t d2..,O.o
be' of t eMS got riten during 1 Yln1 wr1,,s n at c..rl Ltd ;-3 Ono

g~v<<_hd____e__rown____ln__tth Blmith ig Rhchool a^ ^c' L1.' Zoo 00
storage aind this ra 'ted in wase A. Rm-h A d. ran: Son&s Trr na*,
Another difficulty be overcoi e L td.
was the premature ripening ol TO MEET, T w1DAY AnethonyBrns 10n 00
Mr. and ra eyril1'a ..r'oll IU0 00
bananas during a voysae. Aay Members of the Musio As-: cia- Mr.ar nd .it C. Andrew 2
bnalna it begn to ripen during tlon will hold their monthL meet- i.8 R a b.. a.sn- oo'00
n t the Bishow High school Hoasd. "ya L%,d.- 1.O00
th vyae a4to be thrown over-l ine at teEsso ih col MryC ArkLo. 600.00
b toad ce leea. a-t onewd t etow., .. ........ 100.0
boad aset on(e e e s\ Hall on Tuesday at 8.30 pm. m '.5 . ........... 0.o0o
to rMtawn, it prON v ss which Lieut. R. Dennison will give an i. J. T. Jo ""on, .-...... "aiaC .... .. .o
aused the green bananas I n the lustrate d tal: on "Military alind s.I re & C., L.. . 00.0c
Lue & o Ltd ."... ...... ........0
Whld to follow aul' Great losses Names of guests will not be accept- A. *A. No 1,,, A td'. I -. 0.l
wer thus Incurred during ship- after 8.30 p.n,. today, end KillPalai Unltcd Co., Ltd. ". a0.c
Meant. Research condur -d at the membership cards must be presEnt- Asutfnl e., LCd. 200:.
college enabled the shippers great- ed at the door. sii.o .. .. 00
It to reduce their lowe. O cMal notice is given thit IV3' Total
With the development of trpde at "scriptione to the association -__
ba other fruits from these Islands must be paid 'ay July 31. I
with Colnada. at the request of t~se- WA CLOUDS
Fruit and Vegetable CommIttee far -"WA
tV-0 Eastern Group of thte West B

The Jeastling Rof the end
e,,, heralds the dawn Of
141~' World: let us tharefores


WAKE UP YOUR

LIVER BILE-
aidn-d-Amd Te'T JMp 0,"
* *Jud ed Vimeud VIsur.


viqa awyouw ar.sunk
1w I moearct uitm gof at hlowe
ein tes fl tme r It_._
wtildte fmu ,'r t st file


MILK


BOTTLE


CAPS


1. P. tibb lAdrt

17 Charlotte Street


'Phone 4772


ur our loins and be pre-
oared to reoicae together
over victory in the United
Nations.
WImTS LINEN DRILL:
Very nice and wetty for
Evenian Wear and other
DM$ IOOOssa 5*481510
2-nDi suit orDMes C oat
Only / U.1%,00
Fitx-Cl~orenc Spencer
*TalOe M a co
Near R.C. Ogthedrl.
Telephone 40ro-14 Marie
square East e


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Mll to W M ,l Wt ct dle l i
t~~~t4 ~ ~ b Mt ree ythu dt
Arewteft. **Or vk,~ u
SMm ARon IV. It
aebaum ol| gia a4 uoweI
Ml o Ot VI-Tama
oMIto tnlPt t itto y u
tie shi a l


wina U"f .5hurM aa Flip.
M111111 bdTI O jp gas Olrl n hu ha a m-
town, has been aw led a Gar-
lar Scholeualp tenable at Torownto
iUnivrsIty, Cnada, ah V lea&vWng
Triid this week to begin
Agod"e imnsdratly.,
The, achiara Mp, whieh t fo r a
course In mothereraft, was offered
by the Mothrerraft Soieety of To-
ronto through the Napariman, Ofrl'
Hig SCholo. This Is the first tim
the society has offered a scholar-
ship'to Trinidad. Reports Indicated
that it is not unlikely similar
scholarship will be offered in fu-
tWre.
Miss Shurland, It Is stated. is ex-
pected on completlnir the course
at Toronto to return to Trinidad
and assist In teaching mother-
ae-ft In schools here.
Trinidad dIris who have already
*et srehlarahlrns from C(anada are
MW. Wilima Rsmlawlnh of Mlax-
teu Pay, and Mlq Clare eale of
Pon rernann. hofh rrAduates of
Na',*MIa CrlMrHr' lb School.
WPOh thte nwards were from
the Women' Misatonarv So'lety of
<-wada. and tmahle at Toronto
University where iss a -Sale
"Ow Fgws #ollown- eradmutlon last
te1-. at Al-1 0collede
PIlf Sp.1-e-1oh 4 lOW on1 th1
T-'1-h n ,1 nBt-^ taking the Arts
degree at Toronto.


Wtit 9.4 0'pugaitu, -

ifm wa- I* II to *Mid.
eU W t~ dUk'flad IB
"n,



Mnt the -f irn Mr. in-u
len .thal i o sr tha auiW
smo who han lieb tMaw 1efa
exit pua t d oft e h ao w
expertew say MW W li M
the lmmnaft MB eatbdliMU.
Regrding t e Wworfitn of La-
bour bmeaur s aceatly etalisthed
througlhoult thew Colony, Mr. Un-
don a d that -o tr, the number
of waitm who have litered
unerOplged. WAS not wy gvrytgn
wand It would assist If thos ek-
inog employment would register
regfularly at the employment ex-
changes, and at the same time, he
would be very grateful If em-
ployers likewise, would register
any vacaneest for employment
they might have.
"The central idea of thte x.-
tended employment exchange ser-
vices," he said, "is to asoit em-
ployeia to fill their vacanclea as
well as to introduce unemployed
workers to Jobs about which they
ml.1) not know. At the Same
tkne, all worker. Should do every-
thing possible to help themselves,
by seeking emplo-ment by ordin-
ary methods. It should be rea-
lised that self-help is an Impor-
tent feature of every man's
life and Government departments
and especially the Industrial Ad-
viser can only help workers to
vacancies and employers to work-


6a men Ir tney try to nelp tem-
Hungarian Airsen seevr
In Gardens Today rAT
Popular Hung lan danm by
SBrahms will b, included In a pro- our Hurt As ree
iramme which the Tacarigua Or s hes
pltnage Band will render in the rashes n Lo V
Botanic Gardens today, commenc- *
in 3.10 p.m. Sunday Guardian Corr...pndent.
Program ..e is as follows :- TOCO, June 24.-The driver ano
March..' Sons of the Brave" three loaders of a motor lorr>
Bldgood owned by I Alexander Aching,
Indian Romance. ."Hobomoko" of Cuman, were injured on Thurs.
Ree ; day when a tree fell, across the
Selection "Florodora" .... Stu--t vehicle. .e L -n had to be
Dit, ni Picture.. "The Phantom rushed to the D.M.O. of Sangre
Brtgadf" ........ Myddleton Grande.
Hungi.rian DHince.s. .Nos. 5 and 6 The lorry which was benta: driven
d, ., Bral-me to Sangre Orainde with a lsid of
-yn .."SOnward. Christi" n copra was badly damaged andhad
Soldiers" 1to be towed to the city tor i-
i"God Snvc the King.") pairs.


CUSTOMERS
TAKE NOTE



We shoaill be CLOSED
for STOCK-TAKING on


I


I


SATURDAY, JULY 1st.



Eugene Boissiere
& Co., Ltd.

12 BROADWAY.


San Fernando


II -----,


U Lrge Shipment
> "- I ^ -^----


BEDS'


SPRINGS


and


MATTRESSES


TRINIDAD
SUPPLY
STORES
11HARLOTTI STREET


CASH If Tee Haw It-
CREDITr U Ye Want It


U. I


urcstoaw-i unmm f the
prostate tHypertroph-, of tJ. pros-
trate) Is an enlargement or the
prostate gland. The primary cause
of both conditions is Interferecne
with the conduction of noniwl
nerve Impulses to the organ
it 1i seen most commonly in men
about the age of 50. and among
the Important contributing causes
may be mentioned scdrntary occu-i
nation, cystitis, sluggish circula-
tlon, a foreign body in the bladder,
structure of .e urethra, excessive
use of alcoholic UqS .rs, e. posure to
cold. gout, and rheumatism, trau-
matism, And habitual straining at
stool. These conditions are well
corrected through Chiropractic
adjustments.
DR. JAMES LOVELL. D.C., Ph,C.
(U.S.A.)
The Chiropractic Specilallst, at the
Ohiropractic Health Studio. Mem-
ber, Anglo-West Indies Chlroprrc-
tic Association (Registered).
71 Frederick Street Phone 6524


*V4,A *,. up l

3-phee Mimer 1.1 f* Dresejug
Freech ol i 1, Gl ue ir.

I. 3ALONOO|
'nONs UUSJ
NON


'iKe ee#Iddtinhashe|ud. \aw
* Ke.n..itep sfe is .. a" dlielm eavwe pmi rela
Ahan yc w lovediusm-a-dd .pe
to your h-by $ .Wey Aetio
Kuy iDetaCl


I OUTSTANDING VALUE


CHILDREN'S SHOE
BOYS' TAN OXFORDS
Sizes 4 to 8 ......................... at $2.08 Mr
BOYS' WHITE OXFORDS
Sizes 5 to 9 ............t..................... t $2.45 p
GIRLS' BROWN SANDALS
Sizes 3 to 9 ....................................... a t $2.45 N
GIRLS' PATENT SANDALS
Sizes 5 to 8 ............................t....... t $2.08
BnfTS to k-In the ankles firm
iP Ton nnru White
S;zes 4 to 9 ....... ...................__. ot $2.45


HODGKINSON'S NEWMAo
Cor. Duke and Pembroke Streetli


TOOTH BRUSHES ARI fLU...
AVAILABLI it means that your dealer i -
out of stock-temporarily, because of the war. j
You may be assured that we are doing all
that is possible to replenish his stocks as
well as the stocks of all dealers. Will you
please keep this in mind? If you cannot get
your Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brush today- I
you might get it tomorrow,
When you need a tooth brush-aJ foR.



-they are really worth waiting fo0 4


BRffV


RENOLD


CHAIN DRIVES
fhe answer to yewr Maeblue
Drivly Preh ma
RENOLD Stock Chain Drives ore
Reliable Flexible Smooth and
Quiet-runnilng Simple to institH -
98.5% efficient Space SWaving -
low-priced low i maintenance
cost end obtoaln from Stock.
Chan. Pi, Wheo.
Fer Drivensfr I -lol-" .p.,
Carried Ia Stas.


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INDIAN A

LTIL


1TME TABLE
Operative Freo Febrlar'm 1
Al Tleag retain by MWNe 1t
LOCAL TIMER SHOWN ARM FOR FPIASC
FOR ALL OTHER DETAILS AUPUAit =9
Ofoe: 12. Aberromobyee 4t. P4M
MDAhone 6 Mand IMi
MONDAY: 45 see, Tilnldad-Oie-ai
14S a.m. TtNi"l
.416 a.S4t TartM-
1M pjm.)
I!UEDATa *M a4. M. ^^
WDNMSDAT, CH.ftM a

9.46 Sa.m) Y4)eI
1In PJ.80"' _
4A PAL Trom)"-To^w
THURSDAYt usMalIn.
0 *.wI.i nol
rttoLt] I I

SAIVMj $t 4|t
am Is t~aNt
*Aw w ^ "tO


xWhrmb~h^Te
*tded P'rmw 3*.O
A" O'wen.
M in*MrnTm 4


Trepka *hiteries
A- n AOJIN I
IA V9 3*uM Tour ON
TIOKAL or wld a mow em
Rfnew UOSTts
We have a I=%" 4mitity
of NMWv 8 saiterim.

Standard Motor
Ageney
Pt-d-Blain A a Fermande


Neal& Massy Eng.Co Ltd
~~~ ,o C> ,.,.op


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p of Pet-e Seals 5"slunm epl s in tin ow in l s otbi ht r1"f lingh lt6 **1 by" hB the nbe Gerald*t i i dat. rk e e ma (as t WO et Iet N UMPe u ttt heitatr
Soupe t" Pvd COrtYa'rd nds aind thuws1 O PA P w, winding flight .O st e* to te I* seond feer ad and na te4 o a the oft t O pof e I$ dsing -"pt up lae innu rable obee$won 61%
le artttn, tight) whrwe clean and soiled c4et6ae *rat tlicmlmisstly
CITY'S SLUM PALACE SPOTLIGHTED l
'^ *H^^9-
^ ~~*muii : -^^ m'-i ^ ^


4tng Governor
omises Relief
he -Sundasy Guardian" understands that Government contem-
I rly evacuation of residents of Marine Squares sum n paace
k It s reported houses 91l persons and a devoted dot.
MI week the tenants of this building at 10 Marine Square re-
wcb visitors as Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding, the city Mayor;
NlO Albert Gomea, the Deputy Mayor; the Hon'ble Gerald
Junior member for Port-of-Spain; Mr. A. H. L. Masson, City
irate, and Dr. Roderick Marcano, the Medical Officer of Health.
Mayor amid he was shocked+.-----.. -- .- _-
Seondlitions existing In these thought I formed "a verv ready
p Mr. Wight express= d the bed tcr dLease and vice, 'only re-
S %at they were "not fit for medy for which was immediate pro-
V lve In, m Dr. M&rcano (PIEAI TUMRN TO PAGi S. COL. 1I


i



,1


one retef1t d&&we
the -tCIln" aside&
to @upo tHe bar-e.
me pvaCy of hr
*ublclt ome0.


L.~n ad i e~ Rod Mard i
Af and Dieo Mardti ont Cough Your Head Off
NOTICE with Asthma 1
0i Public is hereby noti- 0 --1,W~ &* JS .1t
Do re urring attack" of Bronchial Asthma make
that U from Tuesday toacford oto brat? Are you
Votherad u aen~t8tatyuen't sleep?
AlM, 1944, that section Do ou couh ad couh trying to raise thick tran-
|i~lO-d No 1 BgMU 5, aCnd strain f hard outer rupture?
e Roa RO No. 13 I0 e re attacks 5o lad you fee weak. unable to
approx: 300 ee awoAroyouaf ratdofcolds. exposure, certainfoodTs?
30etNo m erhow long you have suffered or what you
ngth, between Lad ve tried w belv therejood news and plla-s
Lay t p for o lendimdtn whichr h was '
SAvenue and H mrn- .lA octor' prescription but that ti now /
available to sufferers at aU drug stores under the
Street is closed to all -dM w-m-nd Trial Oler
u until further notice Mnadm tmae Twsvery rapidly In tact Meado h ..s proved
Uooptea l o n ra i ents in- palliative sucress orIth
Utfct I possible by way of bemuseM. ft^ o IS
p ble by way of ed to help nature oseonthick. firing recurring Achoi,
Young Avenue and Sm ,rwn n. it gY. .r.Io a-o lingt,.t
kuo /Tm yurownexeflne fyou Ironocia4 -garante,-Insure...... ...
idell Street.. cn Jst r ai that trx1ngi phlem diet refund of your money on MUM
Moad fresh air nid not feel like ther of emy pakage Iunio nyou are can.
J. B. L. TODD, w an iron band around your chest Pltelysazts f Under this money boas
.iug. out your life. guarantee you have everything toa
Chairman. Mnsdeee 1 not a dope, Smoke. Sor pra. but IIl.e_ gfist far deade wtod sad o IPat
_w sbaeau. toruli oa overy package. ta t a. lilr S.
in f r *s .b le ei rnt hyr i
MAGNESI


blis have
proved
itIs best
^Y2VX baby
ff.80 Yfe Motbhe have ives
Mrs to their babies. And ift
wrti has been proved i
eat and wQeU-b".
^'C ofif any uodeocy to
"-ot~yelivmpama~iwiftti
.1h e bo ek "Ly ovm
gh:Rw =,M.. ity
-W% Dis ~r )Srstr teg HM1


... believe it or not, they're all
made with

GODDARIJ


QOOD NEWS travel ant
Rrinybody i taUK g sbMa
this hapoy soluUam to the l W,
ahorle. Smooth. aUlow. yer-
utile OODDARDI th greatet
mixer any "bsr-ted e boat
could sk for. Try t an UrI
favourite esektka bwab. aInd
aiw tWy Ift* sI t "w iwru s-
weitu itos mdeanlbmt bis


MS OS
SARSAOOS SlIM At I~


INIws


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Room (above remplete with "private"' kitcho and flreside. t
ai to house about a dOsm. resident. Long narrow corridor (at
left) divides two sets of eubklee wilI-papered with cigarette fronig

tAKE A TIP FROM EXPERTS.., .. .,.TAKE A TIP FROM

W 2 ROYAL I
N0oj di V S3I' ":SB334X3 EOUJ d4V V


Fleischmano's Yeast is one of the richest natu-
ral sources of the Vitauian B-Comples. Take
twice daily, half boar before meals-plain
or niethed in fruit juice, milk or water.


7.]


Skj&be Crny.^om^L


SALVATORI'S


HOTEL MONACO
Nee Aveno--t. Ar's
Fleas U41.
Cool and nomfortale set ,
saclo. groustnd. Newly m
novated. Two minutes frotm
tram. Reervatkona on anpfl
cation.

THE BRITISH AND
ALLIED MERCHANT
NAVY CLUB
THE MERCHANT NAVY
OF ALL THE INITELD
NATION
ST. ANN'$ ROAD

T Is ibe Merhlant Navy
Chb asd I s am rs ay41
of tks wwk from 11 a.m. St
It aim.
NOOKRS -- CANTEKN
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CINEMA SHOW
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reel. Sport and Feature
Picture,
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AUCTION

SALE
of

DAMAGED

GOODS


At 25 Chacon Stb
Thursday 29th
June '44
AT S AM
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fo Difficulties For Hitler wof torg ti
lnLOM lNTS in zuropea war tion is taken 1
.,.A -week pointed to greater diflfcul- mind It is
h for" Hitler in the month ahead. The apathy will I
-tU Ung in the Nornmndy beachheadIt is diffic
Amr In t nineteenth day, continued living in epbi
well .tw the Allies. The fall of Cher- no privacy
k, hich the Oeran have been de- is what the Ma
Ild itbbornly, is imminent and the similar condit
foc should soon be ready to turn of-Spain. On t
blr attention to, the Brittany penin- tenants ejected
ao. which offers four ports through to make way
ah transatlantic supplies could be cottages betwe
aislied. The expected German counter- influx from ot
Msck on the beachhead has not yet de- country, we es
3eboped, but the Allies have In the mean- 20,000 people
je been able to strengthen their forces in the city. Bt
B preparation for the next phase. been built to
The Allied air forces continued to rule mand. Then w]
i sky, providing close cover for our put?
achhead forces and disrupting German The answe
biftmunicatlons in the rear. Objectives badly overcrov
SGermany were also pounded, notably three, four. or
'Berlin which received one of its heaviest and even in
Vsterings. American Russia-based Some, as the
2 bbers continued their attacks on ob- herded together
lectlves ign the Balkans, and three years the mules at t
fter the German invasion of the Soviet facts are well
:nion they are a symbol of the unity been made to p
*lch has developed between the nations though the Cc
'lghting the Nazi curse. The figures of the Governmei
G -beginning of Soviet Russia's fourth year Council.
, pf war make an Impressive showing, and We know
jell the measure of Hitlerite suffering for given. This
foolhardy act. hard to get, pi
SHowever, there is heavier punishment Spain and get
n store for the Hitlerites. Already their Planning and
1nilsh satellites, who threw away their a splendid job'
Chance of getting out of the war, are re- has built at S
fcelving a buffeting from the Red Army Repos, Hubert,
which should be a lesson arid a warning has passed Rer
.to the Others who hitched their fortunes even legislated
io Hitler's. And the long-awaited Soviet n*dation. W
offensive has started in the direction of few public mer
the toad from Moscow to Berlin and War- town slum
aw. More than ever before Berlin has But that l
[cause for anxiety about the threat from has been done
the East for there, unlike the West, there Housing Comr
?s no question of experiment, but the ap- in putting up
gplcation on a larger scale of methods temporary ac,
rand weapons which have proved very suc- needed. The R
cessful before. The Germans know that have done go
&heir doom Is sealed once the east front have aggravat
offensive Is co-ordinated with those in quire reviewing
.rance and Italy, for three fronts are too the spot for a
Fnuch even for the once "invincible" put our minds
0Nehrmacht. complacency a
As If once again to remind the world and some of
hat the war is not confined to Europe, shrug their st
m American carrier task force in the example set la.
'Paciflc inflicted heavy air and sea damage themselves.
4n the Japanese, but once again the Jap- The Hon'bl
s ese fleet sought safety In flight. Coming' one of the slu
S the Superfortress attack on Japan, vail upon oth,
4)e blow struck at the Japanese navy lature to visit
sould bring home to the people of Nip- should Invite
jon that the war may reach them sooner to accompany
Can they expect. The experts are pre. and after that
acting that Germany can be beaten by a certain arnou
t^e autumn. If their forecasts prove cor- ness sake let v






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it Should Point
Immediate Action
paid by thU Mayor and a
week to an overcrowded
e tenement Is not to pro"
f time, sothing should be
delay. People have a way
very quickly, and unless ac-
while the matter is fresh In
uost unlikely that the old
e shed.
ult to imagine 60 persons
cles In one building, with
d no conveniences. Yet this
lyor and his party saw, and
ons exist elsewhere in Port-
he basis of the number of
I from barrack rooms razed
for business premises or
en 1938 and 1941, plus the
her Colonies and from the
timated two years ago that
were looking for lodgings
ut not enough houses have
meet a fraction of this de-
here have these people been

r is that Port-of-Spain Is
wded. People are living
more in one small bedroom,
bathrooms and kitchens.
Mayor saw last week, are
r in worse conditions than
he Transport Train. The
known, but no effort has
provide emergency housing,
corporation has written to
it more than once and a
en held in the Legislative

the excuses likely to be
Is war time, materials are
people should leave Port-of-
back to the land. Isn't the
Housing Commission doing
? See how many homes it
St. James, Morvant, Mon
stown. The Government
nt Restriction Ordinances,
to control sleeping accom-
'hy make a fuss because a
n are shocked by a down-

not the point. Something
Sbut not sufficient. The
mission has been occupied
Permanent homes when
commodationr is urgently
ent Restriction Ordinances
d, but in some ways they
ed the situation, and re-
g. Materials can be had on
good deal of work, If we
to it. There is too rr uch
bout the housing situation,
those in high places who
boulders should follow the
st week and see things for

e Gerald Wight, who was
imming party, should pre-
er members of the Legis-
the barrack yards. He
high Government officials
them. Seeing Is believing,
we may perhaps hope for
nt of action. But for good-
is lose no more time.


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ein Wetr Dmqe W Cocoa
Comisgo ad From I ol go,
I ww' I at eto "n""M What Ar.
Alf~d MeadIs lwro 8te i ft "TJ
dal Otardilan" of June 1a. under
Psheading 'Unusc'cluCiatoesSb
orCg tsaorsl"
It is really y diamraceful to me the., .
condition of the cargo when landed eV ,-'- ..7y,'
from the Island ward.
My m handles Um major ", -
poruos of co from Tobago, an4 Gn ,ne 1 frat11e 1 m9Ma vats Ito limp"Am oft S traf.ver edin,
nearly every trip diurin Ue rlaiy w e Amy. Air Fer l p dImm. detai aof the newest ver-
mason we get a fair potIu dam- A 09O X9.10m1_P-4 Tlhwad7bltghtr-bome. New
agec by rdinwale. .mmre ncuiu fr iloht*-o bs. iwk
The cargo Is landed on the op e t icall -r e .. W d W ud loe 'lcamptgef oed horsetowergand
jetty, andiffrainhappenstofalltf e capacity. The, V e am a"shown above flying ia formation.
during landing operationshwell, u h a.t: SAN0pounds a ro e re wfor eperatlon as a
it is just too bad. Owiet use. 4 w for the T'banlerbelt is bombnbsg :04
What I write can beg ubstan- M'-- -enemy Instaatins at tree-top lovd.l-(AP photo).
tiated by several person who
have actually been on. the spot * ^.
when the ship Is unloading.
It would really be blessing ifOf W est Indian
those concerned could see their
way to use one of the Customs'
l.,ong-felt, C olonies Is D esirable
Warehouses in elmse proxmity to~ o o i s I e i a l
the Harbour Master's office, and so
supply a o n-en for e s y SP DTATOR. Indian for speclalised training
People of the Island ward as ere can be little doubt that the abroad. When these young men
shippers from Trinidad. C. time has come when leaders iln and women return home their train-
0all an woenry Arhmsthirtri
i. DECLE. economic, polticU and sociallng must esit the entire area
Port-of-Spain. sn)r --
ispheres realise the necessity for and not W particular colony
the unification of the West Indies.
Stockkeeper's Lament Leaders to be effective in their Spe|ial A te tlon
The Editir. Srn-day Guardian.- several purposes, must have follow-, Sp Atte to
I noted in the "Trinidad Ouard- er; and it is here that the ordin- As has been noted above, federal.
Ian" recently the warning about ry West Indian has his part to tion Is not something to be attained
growing vour own food and raising play. i n a day. It will take many years,
your own stock even though It b4 Public opinion is ultimately the and the real start must be made
only one cow or goat. Well, for moat potent force in any democra- with the young people. West In-
years I have been supporting my- tic community, and 0so, If the peo- dian affairs need to be given ape-
self raising and minding ows, end pie as a whole give expression to clal attention In the curricula of
'ow's Even after I lost a&l help some particular desire, it only re- our schools. Except for a little ele-
I did every bit of the work mv.elf, mains for their leaders to guide mentary geography, the W-st In.
It was very hard work, but I them along those lines dictated by dies receive very little notice in the
could not cut grass asi I did not their expressed wishes, schools.
have It. I was bound to sell a-l It is understood on every Intelli- The history of the Caribbean
the stock as I could not get enough gent slde that federation of the could be n'4de so Interesting to the
meal to feed them nir ropes to West Indies Is not Just around the young mind, yet It seems almost
tie them. corner, nor is it something to be entirely neglected. Much of the
Most of my Iron stakes w,'re attained by talk alone, destiny of our Empire was declatu
stolen and I wasq always in a state in these water. How many boys
of agitation lest the animalI n.'t Careful Planning and girls know that Britain at one
properly secured would run into the _time seriously contemplated ex-
neighbours' gardens. It requires careful planning, and changing OCAnqda for Martinique
___ __ __ __ it is-betuse the attainment of the and Guadeloupe. If the young
goal will take manv years that we mind Is trained along certain lines,
The -Sunday Guardian" will need to take Immediate note of the adult mind will be enabled to
be gla to monMlder for publis- any signs of the times that may think clearly along those lines.
tion well-informed articles from help In the effecting of federation. The West Indies Committee of
any of its readcra on subject Within the four and a half years. the Commission for Higher Educa-
of public interest Legth of war the West lndies have beentlon In the Colonies has as its prime
should not s a rule. exceed drawn closer together than ever purpose the establishing of a West
1,000 words, and payment foe before. This close relationship Indian university. Such an Instl-
ourtle uual rate. taibe ade at found expression in the West In- t.-tion Will succeed first in so far
dour usual eatveop Sphouid beit dies conference recently held in as West Indians are unified In
enclosed for return of unused Barbados. their cultural, economic and social
mn uscrlpts. Thirdly, men are coming to real- policies. With West Indians play-
nuscipt.Ise to:,tt the West Indies must beI tng an Important part onthe facul-
treated as a whole. We have the ty these islands are sure to be
My chickens dropped with hull- example of great power as exem- drawn together, regarding such a
ger and I lost all my months of plidled In the union of the United university as the main source from
putting the eggs to set and caring Nations. Only such union could which they can derive permanent
for the little ones. I had nothing resist and crush the forces that guidance.
to raise them on. Mvy turkeys difl threatened liberty the world over.
even as they were born, as their Taking this as a lesson-book it AeconomtI rCondition
parents were weak. must be seen that a united Carib- CM ltO
Now that I am well past middle bean would command the ready ear It is the economic con'ltlon of
age, can anyone suggest how am of world powers, an advantage ths West Indies that calls for prime
I to start e aring a living, not ma- which separates West Inda colo- attention. We have raw materials,
Ing knowlede of any other iss m Wld n nevW op to Loy ltabour And markets all within this
I loved my core and tlv:. W t Wh the present d dt-the tartlcular area and yet there Is
should I have had to part wit close accord attained at the recent much want and poverty existing.
them? If the produce of your small conference stands as a mileston Indeed, It Is not without signift-
garden and your fowls ax, stolen, along the roads, federation, but, chance that we note that one result
you seldom catch the thief. If he to implement the several resolu- of the first West Indies conference
is caught, does he get the cat-o- tiona passed at this historic meet- to be held under Anglo-American
nine tails? Not in this country.C ang
HEARTBROKEN. Ing West Indians must be ready Caribbean auspices, a committee
and willing to sacrifice much of i-ts 1 en set up to look Into the
Diego Martin. their present Insularity and come possibilities of establishing minor
to regard themselves, not as Trinl- Industries In these parts.
Social Welfare Candidate dadlns or Barbadlans, or tihe like, The time has come when It must
but ax West Indians. be realized that if an Island can
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian* profitably turn some of its rawo
Now that the second batch of Air Tr e materials into manufactured pro-
candidates for the Social Welfare i ravel ducts, that every encouragement
course in Jamaica has been chosen, There was a time when travel should be given to effect this. It
I find myself wondering once more hV air htetwein thes,..e i.alaj mloht. h.bear.gd that,, *. te .. -


what Is the method of selection,
Teachers, hospital attendants, and
other individuals make up the
group.
Is it not conspicuous that of so
many Poor Relief Inspectors -
those men who In the pioneering
days bors the heat and burden and
whose work is closely connected
with social duties not one has
been deemed worthy of selection ?
Will the Hon'ble Roy Joseph ask
Government whether it is by acci-
dent that these men have been ex-
cluded.
H. L. RUNDIL
Raratarla.
Rice Growers Suffer
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian.*
The residents of Biche and
Mitan are experiencing much difn-
cul', in rice-planting this ,ear
More than seven hundred acres of
land are being cultivated, but the
nurseries in every case hlive been
destroyed by an increased number
of wild ducks.
Already planters have lost two
sets of nurseries and are helpl:.3
before these birds. Today, when
local food p.oductlon is so Impor-
tant, will the authorities concerned
do something to relieve this ter-
rible situation?


RESIDENT.
Milan.
Teacher Unmoved
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian."
As I see it, the burden of my
letter has not yet been lifted by
your un-named correspondents, and
until that Is done I shall continue
to enjoy their, "CAtgatlon" with
the mse equanimity that I enjoy
their loyalty and their Innocence
C. F. WORM!,
President,
eoVt. Teachers' ,.sMociation.
Port-of-Spain.
Medical Survey Inquiry
The dltor. "Sunday Guardian."I
With regard to the Hon'ble
Gerald Wight'S request for an In-
quiry into the medical services,
might I ask whether the Stockdale
set-up In Brbados are to be con-
sulted? Or have we already lost
confidence in that department.
Are we to obtain-and, Inciden-
tally, pay for--'experts' to report
on 'experts' to report on 'experts'
ad Infinitum?
"TEST."
Port-of-Spain
Lament
If I bar& 1111101 .
I have evte th inll,
If I ave OaW Ihy w-ntda
And made the blood low freth algan.
Forgiv e me. lord!
L*t not my soul in ein rmaln.
KNOLLY La POIMTUN.IL


regarded as something that should dies could never compete in the
be left to the courageous few. War great markets of Lhe world; and in
greatly minimised the facility and many cases that indeed, Is true;
safety of sea travel, and 'p'ine is but the markets in the Caribbean
now the main link between the is- area should be the special preserve
lands, of West Indian manufacturers so
Days have become hours we can long as they could offer products
visit neighboring Islands over a comparable with those that might
long week-end without sacrificing oriei, ite outside this area.
much of the previous days in get- Again, the point might arise that
ting to our destination. The re- it would not pay a colony to put
striction that war has placed on down the machinery necessary for
travel to Europe and America has such manufactures. But suppose all
forced the West Indian to spend the other West Indkin colonies
his European holiday in some purchased the manufactured pro-
neighbouring Island, duct from that particular one?
This has afforded valuable op- F to ee
portunities tfor qs to get to know Factory Neede
each other, and We are surprised To enlarge: Trinidad migit e*-
to find how much we have in com- tablish a hActory for processing co-
mon. We realise, too, that each of coa on the understanding that, the
the Islands has a natural beauty neighboring colonies draw their
pecultiar to Itself, a feature which, main supplies of reft. ;d cocoa from
If well advertised, would do much this source: in Barbados, a sugar
Sto attract wealthy tourists for the refinery might be set up and from
Whole region during post-war years, this source the West Indies might
Perhaps it Is not too much to hope obtain the bulk of their refined
that a West Indian publicity corn- sugar. Each colony could be given
mittee would be set up to oarry the opportunity of developing some
this Into effect. I industry most suited to the raw
it Is difficult, almost impossible,: materials available. Reciprocal
for the smaller colonies to adver- tariff agreements-the natural pre-
tise adequately: they cannot af- lude to free trade--would facilitate
ford it. But if any funds which the interchange of raw Trwtterials
they could spend on such a plan and manufactured products, and
were put Into a common pool, they there should be no lack of any par-
could be much more useful to the ticular product in one colony when
particular colony. Obviously, the there was a glut of the same pro-
whole plan would be worked on a duct In a neighboring one. Over
pro rata basts, and the general co- population in one colony and a
operation would result in greater grievous lack of labour in another
prosperity from the tourist trade must not be allowed to exist side
than has been the case when each by aide. And one great writer has
separate colony tried to advertise id: "Economic group action stim-
itself. ulatea the people for further edu-
cation and opens up to them new
Value of Colonies realms of thought and activity."
PI. federation lies ahead, a long way
The presence of the stackdale ahead, but we cannot afford to sit
Oomlmsslon and representative of back. West Indians must be con.
the British Council In our mkt Is tent to think and not merely to
evidence that Great Britain real- make thought their aim.
Ises the true value of the eolonis. ..
The representatives of these Oov- M i n ev
eminent orpnlst~ions are dealing Misconceved
with the West Indies as a whole.
One of the many grants made by
on. of n hsC AcinDismissed
the Stockdale Commission that A i iisse
seems to exemplify this West In- Holding that the Administrator
dian policy Is the grant made to General, pending the grant of
Lodge School in Barbados. probate an letters of administra-
This grant will enable the board- tion, could not be sued In expect
ing accommodation at the Lodge to of estates vested in him, Mr. Jus-
be greatly extended. This shool tice Brie Hallinan In a judgment
is regarded as being West Indian delivered in the Supreme Court
rather than arbadian. for It pro-
vides the means for West Indian yesterday diasmid' application of
boys to rece a sec ondary school Mr. EAbert Lau for appointment of
education comparable with that of. redver and manager over
fered by many schools in *=land. la at Golden Grove EstUate own-
The represnatle sof the British ed by the late Mr. R. M. d SIilv.
0ouncilhe beatcommissond Ctlng the emae Aha, v The
to bring the wm ldts t10o0- AdaithttMtor QeR n. an eltm
tact with Britsh ultUr In all its for debt duoe by a decesed pers.
many aspects. Is which It was iled that no
When this great work h* had a h t t
time to et under way, and we a ln lay ailst tlhe Adminlstr.
able to drink froa thaeaene c G- Oeneral, Vi judg held that
tural pool. we will rise refreshed LAu'8 appleation was mis-
a whole, Not the least Important of ticeived and A"e J-udgment in
he Council'saWor e bel tm fkOur of the AdmanIstrator with
asbchb~ t 6W. -I


VACANT T

Heodasts,, voimeds Soyp Secosxkq


M-M*MIW Uj t3kthe vwean pft,
----k_ Us. _'Tslamtof th
16.davu a.m m bys umu"l tee0


e ~ ~ i be mad a w t thehwLI
free sumien.
sain ism. m mpWsAmiisOl '"

m4. tr ache dwr. Mtaea of the w t
there p0t=iatl Mnt B omn.idt t
3. The Headmaster wi be reutedoa
Inc esta~blhmmmt tn sonsliermilm of which e W2i
free woosta.
4LU averswm .daft siw dneof theSchool I,
boarding eatabllsbnenut eM 9apdate 15 studentL
4. Anulletion should be addrud to the Ambij
trator'e Ofei Gra m id iuld be remeivewd nt 1
July. 194.
(5*48) 00o. 0.
__1_1.6-1_._. .. + i A~Admill|


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RailwayI


VACANT POSTS


APPLICAT. N8 are invited from
suitably qual ,ed perons for ap-
pointment to the following posts tain
the Trinidad Oovernment Railway:
L CAR AND WAG 3SHOP
FOREMAN ON SALArT
SCALE OF Il,4U--l.-1211:
Age: .Not less than 30 years.
Experience: :ot leo than 5 years'
experience In supervishli d
directing men engaged o an
general carpentry work.
Knowledge of ear and -agoim
building and operation of
wood-working mrAchinery es-.
sential.
L. RUNN" fKD )IL'UM
ON SALARY WCAl,v OF
m-u-mt41m;
Age: Not less than years.
Experience: Not less than 5
years' experience In supervis-
ing and direcmtini, shed a f
in servicing and maklnr run-
ning repal to t-amA loco-
motives.
Applicants should address their
applications to the OGeneral Man-
ager of RaUlwatys, Port-of-Spain.


TENDERS

For The Erection Of
Overseas Sisters'
Quartera, Colonial
Hospital, Port-of-
Spain.


see Notlee In Royal GaeMtte dad
17th June, 1"4.
Full particulars as to Conditions
of Contract can be obtained at the
offlce of W. H. Watkins and Part-
ners, P/F.R.I.B.A.. Govern ant
Architects, 2 treasury Street, Port-
of-Spaln. on and after the lIt of
June, 1944.
Contractor will be r uired to
give security of $8,000.00.
Tenders close at noon on Mon-
lay, the 17th of July, 1944.
Tenders to be addressed, to the
Colo..lal Secretary, Red House,
Port-of-Spain. marked on the
outside of the envelope "'Tender for
*rectlon of Overseas Sisters' Quar-
ters. Colonial Hospital, Port-of-
Spain."


ERROL L. DOS SANTOM,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
ate: 9th June. 1944.

NOTICE.


COCOA 1943
CROP
ram~r's.m
Agreements have been -
between tExporters of
the exceton of the o
and
wher,-by the Ext ,rt-
the actual expenses of
and direr charges, an
tlon, profit of oc. Per f
al cocoa shipped to
Uoa up to the 30th eip
the balance of the e
ales being deposited
sary for distribution &
on the basis o. the ra&e
total of the Pool, lee S
administration, to the total
of cocoa Sold ti dealen'
ducers.
2. All producers of
hereby notified that If thS
to participate In the dlr
the Pool, in respect of U1
crop year commencing l
October 1943, and endin h
September, 1944, they s
wit to the Accountant
a tei tha the 0i0
AM4, their cocoa Sale p
full partilculars of sale. e
Dealels. -
S. Any producers who
send aIn their cocoa MMi
other evidence of: lee Ur
Decembe .194 w.il b
when the distributlc a of
Pool Is made.
4. AUll dealers are ni
et to ca-op ats b I
the Accountant Gft
than the t31 S t
full particulars of tbl
of coooa in total free
vidual In the following 4
(a) Dealer's name W4
address;
(b) Total quantity cbtas
each peren;
(0) Name and adres,
eon or 3U fW"I
the raca w"M OIs
E"tOol L. DO$
Acting Colo.*1A J

ORTIN4MH "
NOT1CS11-


lately employee, w
Sugar Estates Ud, w
cured oa the 0th
February, 144.L
Compensation In the u
ter having been depositi
under Section of t W
Oompenmation Ordinaei0 ,
pendants of the sid (S)l
and (b) Seeminungal
quired to appear befar e
mssioner on Friday toe 1
July 194,.. at 9.30 oc
forenoon at the Courtt'I
of-Spain, when the.b
shall proceed to detenII
tribution thereof.
Proof of relationships
dants to the deceased w
be required by the I
to be furnished by lB
the enquiry. eOlh d*
the form of wMtUN t.5
and of marriages M 1W1
stances be neeemrt.17
Dated thls Ith day f4*7I
IDeputy Regstrar SB
Deputy Registrar, 5SWMl


The P blic b hereby notified that CARi
the Mile End Rcid between the I
and I MM., in the Ward of Co I
is closed to all Traffic until further
notice, for the purpose of e: tlng T
repairs to Land BIUp. T"
CHARLES J. SBELLIER,
For AS. Director of Public WorMu O. k. i
Public Works Dept. C S $,
22nd June, 1944.


SALE OF HELMC

The Under Secretary of State foS Wt l
me to offer for sale approximately W
Helmets, assorted siWs, for which td
Samples can be aeen at the oc
Officer, Long Circular Road l*twee n
and 11.00 any day except Stua .y.
The Under Secretary oft Sate .do
to accept the highest or any t*Wff. o
T of -oakCAM|L

'Deputy*'lK*B
Of Lullm
Ordnance Depot,
Long Circular Road,
Port of Spain.


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mibm by thie "G0mPla" phetertpheF at th BoSy geott Bally m Govrmaumt eNu emas
Ucmadlgfrom lt to right ie an Lktg.aoL. rWLw-mdiao, Iimm. ErmlAe.Lade
S..m... M f G. ILK S peon, laHi m oWllemy S Aolag Govwernor, Major Dew, MtM, U.
N M 4. H. lawMm KmJ um beWit Ore the Arebishp of Ose We aeim
Rhe D. Arneta and Miss Deof Ibbtm,


1' Jinidad


ide Wears

i Crepe
Clare de Lapeyrouse, the
of Mrs. Yolande de
and the late Mr. de La-
became the bride yester-
of Mr. Harold
the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
of Barbados, at the Church
y0Rosary.
tar was beautifully decor-
ipin flowers andnumer-
ad the bride looked
ihgly attractive in a gown of
Embroidered Miami crepe
Sheaddress of silver radiances.
arrted the same flowers.
brdesmaids. MWis Marie Ange
irouse, Miss Freida Worme
Doreen de Verteull made
Spitures in gowns of lemon,
ad strawberxry printed organ-
ne Sa laepicture hats and
African daisies.
O Wenlt Worme, brother of
Wlrooe, acted as bestman.
*r eeptlon, to which about 140
i were invited was held at Mr.
Mn. Robert Selller's home on
r, Street.
WE theta Were Mr. and Mrs.
0, George, Mr. and Mrs. E.
nPr, Mr. and Mrs. Michael de
Saind Mr. and Mrs. Carl de
00l; Mr. and Mrs. Andre de
aouse, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wil-
of Mr. and Mrs. Cito Pantin,
Mr. and Mrs. Everard Pantin;
d Mnrs. Oervals RorAnt, Mr
Mrs. Re ie Gordon, Mr. and
Ao WiMht, Mr. and Mrs. D.
W, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ste-
MOs Gladys Gordon, Mr. and
Tsy Leotatud, Mr. and Mrs.
.reec. Mr. and Mrs. S. Aos-
Miss Doreen Ooellhinlcht. Miss
* Farah, Miss Joan Millar,
lMinnie Seheult, Missl Audra
SMis Tolande Perreira, Mr.
Mahon, Mr. Buck Boyce, Mr.
& iedlt, Mr. Malcolm Jones,
blhila ManSgot, Mr. and Mrs.
PAbAdIs and Miss Monica, Miss
- Mis Joan and Miss Sheila
Mie, Mr, and Mr. Roger de
WI, Dr. and Mr. R. Wupper-
Mis Mhselsa Deane and


IF


I elene d. Vsru, .
Owu To Quiz-by Feste
Il0 i0ewin aree answen o.
'A on Page 3M.
"S-I aseuin
intent.
Or WanslaughW~, as
ruiy deternmned.
d shoe IBM.
im ng my charge would have
Sbproven.

lu t toxication may be
to rebut a charge of mail-
dao intent.
OM: Authority for above is the
MTeedia Britannica and "My
lIawyer." For specific cases a
NO should be consulted.


Weds OBartadian


yesterday


Bernard Shaw's 'Apple Cart"

Coming SoonToPort-of-Spain
The Victory Players, under the %m=en and marriage, Anglo-Ameri.
direction of Lieut. Alec Powis, can relations, with enlightening
R.N.V.R. have, In the first year of asides on trade unionism and de-
their existenoe, an impressive list mniocracy.
of production to their credit In. Shaw deploys all his considerable
cluding Noel Coward's Hands talents of wit and irony t)rld these
Across the Sea," "Blithe Spirit," topics of the cant and nyprocrisy
ailud Pinero's "A Marrle has been with which they are so often over-
Arranged,' all of which have been grown.
presented at R.N.A.S. Theatre, His dialogue is superb, stlmulat-
Piarco, the Empire, Port-of.Spain Ing. provocative and very amusing:
and at Pointe-a-Pierre. They nave and It is as timely now, when we
also presented htghl.h successful hear so much about a post-war
radio versions of "Twelfth Night" world and self government and
and "Hamlet." kindred thorny topics, asa it was a
Their latest enterprise is Bernard decade or more ago.
Shaw's modern political classic The proceeds of the performance
"The Apple Cart,' which they are will go to local Naval charities:
presenting at the Empire. Port-of- tickets for reserved seats at $3, $1
Spain on Wednesday, July 5, under and 50c. may be obtained at David-
the distinguished patronage of His son and Todd Ltd., dally betwCen
Excellency ythe Acting Governor. 9.30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
This play was written In 1929 and -- -
was first produced, in'Poland, later D i r
at the Malvern Pestlval, the D r
Queen's Theatre, London (with Sir o a D a
Cedric Hardwicke and Edith Evans) Dance at Trinidad Country Club.
and also, for a considerable run on Dance at Perseverance Club.
Broadway. Pictures by Infornmatlon Officer,
The play is probably the best Of Y.W.C.A., 8.30 p.m.
Shaw's later work an' Its revival FORTHCOMING EVENTS
now reveals how highly prophetic it "Something to Remember," Em-
Ihas beon in the realms of party po- pire Theatre, Wednesday, June 28,
litics. political economy, monarchy, 3.30 p.m.


Franciscan
UB..G.-TODAy


P., : 2 00 Sporting Record: 2.30 Pai.
aee of Varlaties wtllh C Dlenier Warren,
Helen Ciar Conor. and Drake GonrgSe
Rettia, Nellie Wallace-C-halrnin; Biii
Stephens: 3.00 World News. followed hy
Parliamentary Summary by Ernest At-
ktinon; .15 Albert Sandler'a Palm Court
Orchtestra; 4.00 Sunday Halfhoiir. Com-
munity hymn singing by RA.F. ehoir
from MiddleM Bat; 4.25 Epilogue; 4.30
Jack Simpon's extet-Oenerlls Overstes
Service; 6.00 News; .01 Interlilude; 5.14
Songs from Shows; 6.00 Choral orchestral
music by Merthyr ind District PthIlhar-
mottle Choir String. Welsh Light Orches-
r. W. J. Watklns. orgsn-eonductor
Brntley O lffithe: 7.00 Wset Indian
Oueet NtLsht. ralk by Normana Thornott
followed by maile; 7.4 Orehostral Caon.-
oert: 1.30 Serial. Frawley Parsaoage;
9.00 News; 9.10 From Monday'a London
Newpapera; .15 Service from rnet-s.
an Friary Gorton, Maareeater. onductod
by rather Aativuel Andrew; 9.46 Books.
ilays and f*il. Talk by LUonal Hale;
I.00O News Headline$; 10.01 Epiloigue;
10.06 Interlude- Cloaing Announcementa:;
10.1t New Loadon Oreheotra conducted
by Ales Sharman-Lucille Wallace hbarp-
ischbord).


B.1.C.-TOMORROW
P.M.: 3.00 News: 6.02 Interlude: 5.14
VarieLty Bandbox dedicated Contret and
Victory, New Delhi, with John Blor's
dance orchestra and Vie Oliver Kathleen
Moody, Trolsa Mendolera. Mir1ael Car",
Joyce Orenfell, John Rorke, M.C., and
Judy Kelly; 6.00 Shipmates Amonr;: T.00
Twentieth Century Sorenadera; 7.16 Me-
neachy's Weekly Roundup: 7.44 Talk--
by Vernon Bartlett; 8.15 B.B.C,. oottish
Science Note Book; 3.00 Current Events -
Talk by Vernon Bartltt: S.16 BBC oScot-
tish Orchestra; S.46 Feature-London Call-
ing Europe; 9.00 News: 9.10 From
Tuesday'sA London newspapers: 9.30
Starlight with Dennis Noble (baritonlt,
Level Burs (Australian pianlsl; 9.46
Mreeachy'e Weekly Rounioup; 10.00
News Headlivee: 10.01 Telk--Uife at
Rome; 10.132 Interlnde -closing annomune-
meats; 10.15 Johnny Canuik'a Revue.


Service


? Tonight


U.S.A.-TOIDWAY
P.M.: 2 00 News; 2.08 Bluejacket
Choir; 2.30 The Sothernalres; 3.00 News:
3.06 L.nads of the mree; 3.10 Church of
the Air; 4.00 News; 4.06 Dunonbgr-
Mind Reader; 4.30 American Story; 5.00o
News; 5.06 N.B.C. Symphony; s. 00
News. 6.05 Army Hour; 6.30 Andre Ko.
telanets; 7.00 News; 7.1s Bandwaon;
7.30 Oracle Feld; 4.00 News: R.OA
United Network Commentary; 8.1 aoma
Town News; AS.30 Sammy Kays eren-
ade; .00 hilted Network Reporter; S.i
The News at Home: 9.30 It Pays to be
Ignorant; 10.00 News; 1006 Information
Please: 10.30 Fred Allen; 11,.00 News.
TOMORROW
P.M.: 5.00 TIme Views the News: 5. l
Programmo Prevaiew; 5.15 Pred Waring;
5.30 Mirth *& Maane; 1.00 Nmes; s.OR
&prt Pige: 6.l1 Peaosl Album; 5.30
Hour of Charm; 7.00 New; 7.15S atoek
Market Report:; 7.0 Mall Call: a.0O
News; s.O0 United Network Commen.
tary; 8.16 Battle *ackgroutlo; 1..0
Downbeat; 9.00 United Network Rltpor-
tear; .15 The Nws at Home: 3.30 Burns
and Allae; 10.00 News: 10.0t Contenled
Hour; 10.30 Bobt Crosby; 11.00 News
Analysis.
W.V.O.i .-TODAY
P.M.: 1.00 Information Plecee; 2.30
Sammy Kays; 3.00 Command Perform-
aUoa; 3.30 Frontilne Theatre; 4.00 N.B.C.
symphony; .00 0.1. News; b.15 Meet
the BoyS: 5 30 redr Allen; 6.00 Cali-
fornia Melodies; 6.30 Jack Baenny; 7.00
Andrea Kotelanietz; 7.30 Charlle M'uArtby;
8.00 Your Radio Theatre: 9.00 Nawe;
9.16b The Open Door: 9.30 Dance Time;
10.00 Suspenie: 10.30 Contented Hour.
WVDI-TOMORROW
P.M.: 5.00 0.I. News; 6.15 quo Pass:
5.30 Village Store: 6.00 Maill Call; 6.30
Great Music; 4.46 News; 7.00 Basin
Street: 7.30 Texas Outlaws; 7.41 Mo-
day Musicale: .oo Diaffy's Tavern; S.30
Kate Smith; 9.00 New; 1.15 lA n
Rhythms:; .30 Danra TIme; 10.00 Nigtt
Owl Club; 10.4b Nocturne.


mnntj (iitariiin

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n uaaMA aGmUARIAN, JUNIS 5a, 19.


Cinemanews By Spotlight
i .. dramasanmd uIall ar. the wek-e. the birthday features
of Metro-Oldwyn-May er In two city cinemas., together with a short-
Sgiving me kind of account o what the company ha done in
two decadesA. Its an eventful chapter of film history, the story Of
achievements and-past glory,.
_The. mi t daNnd cinema hero frm twenty years ago, has become
Swvell-behaved screen father and the most romanUetic of all beauty
queenoa has long goe with the wind. It is just another k1ustrtitona
to what price has gtryv on the screen, and not on.y on the screen.
Once agein, the news reels make -
an exciting part of all the cinema bother much about whatIs be-
p.o.. ... .and once again. the able and what is notl and It is
British News as shown on the city merely a minor hitch that re-
screens" ea to be absent from the vue is produced In a shipyard
dominating topic The American Instead of Broadway.
newsreels are alone in the field Of It ail happens because attractive-
Invasion and I cannot help put- looking Lucfle Ball got stuck to a
ting humbly onoe again the 'ues- war job she took for the sake of
tion 4o the proper authoritiesl why romance and to meet real every-
no special arrangement have been day people before putting on a
made in thil regard, show. Her sweetheart for the Oc-
After all, there are not so many casion Is nicely singing Dick Powell,
more flying hours between Lon- riveter and playwright as well. and
don and Trinidad than between even their most incredible quar-
New York and this island, and s rels will not shake your faith In
few reels are really not too heavy the happy outcome of their love
a load for any 'plane. affair.
An| 'A avalcad That does not matter asu It is all
Anglo-American Cavalcade song and music, and even Cheets,
"The White Clffs of DWver," a Hollywood's leading chimpanzee.
Metre-Goldwyn preduetion at gets mobilised for the comedy The
the De Luxe. animal-actor. in a funny musical
t D Lure. act, impersonates none less than
This well-produced picture is Adolf Hitler.
based on Alice Duer Milir'a poem It is a perfect performance, In-
and preserves, as a whole, the deed, but I still feel sorryt for poor
strange attraction of its poetical Cheeta having to go as Dw as
tenor. In some way, it i a caval- that.
cade of two peoples who speak the
same language and yet are sore- Love-And-Spy Drama
times so different in temper.
All that binds the British and "The Hour Before The Dawn," a
Americans together and all that Paramomut produetlon at the
seems to separate them, i flooded RoyaL
into the stream of a love story
stretching over thirty years. As in The picture Is adapted from a
every picture covering so wide a novel of Somerset Maugham who
period of time, things develop with Salways hits an exciting subject
a puzzling suddenness thal makes With the background of war'.ttme
the story sometimes look like a England, it tells the story of a
series of incidentals. Altogether, conscientious objector and how hr
however, this picture sails .around comes to change his mind.
such cliffs with tact and elegance. It is a girl that brings it about.
It has the human approach and. a girl he wants to marr". She is
not least, the humourous touch in a Nai agent posing as a refugee
dealing with the contrast between and when she finally gives in to
two peoples of the same language. his proposal, she' does o merely to
With that, it turns out to be noth- fulfil undisturbed her mission as a
ing but another proof for theirsPy-. He finds out in time, stran-
eapored arentae, r gles her end oins the army.
de anchored American g who This makes oulte a dramatic
oome to England for a fortnight screen play, with Pranchol, Tone
and stays for a life-time, igves a sand Veronica Lake teamed 1s the
splendid example though she was loving-hating couple.
not made for the stiff life in an Postscrints
ancestral home on the countryside,
The man she loves is killed in the One of the suburban theatres.
last war. Now her son fights again the Rialto at St. James. is featur-
for England and the Americans are ing from today "Corregldor" in a
coming over as they did the other first-run release. It is a P.RC. pro-
time. duction, newcomer on the local
Irene Dunn gives all the charm market, and revives the heroic
of her personality to the girl from fight, siege and fall of the Island-
across the ocean living ito woman- outpost. Otto Kruger, nlissa Landi
hood on foreign, yet so familiar and Donald Woods have the lead-
soil. Alan Marshal contributes Ing roles.
tactful acting. C
"Nine Girls" is the week-end pie-
Music In Shipyard ture of the Globe where It had a
*Meet T Peopl> a Mer. last-minute opening. It is the
"Meet The Peple," a Metro- 'o story of a whole, bunch of girls
wyn prodfuctien at the Empire. involved in a murder case, with
This Is a musical which doe, not Ann Harding leading the chorus.


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or getting up at nights, or too frequent or too little urination,
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On The Homn
During the lastl few weeks e"
ha ben mnundWatd wt ruIad-M
n that as a result th m invasion
and other factors th year will
probabe be the most eritiecal a far
as our food supple are csnmeM d.
If any of my readers would
throw their memories back towards
e st year they would remaem-
ber that India who *uppufd three-
quarters of our pre-war demands
of rice has now placed a baa on
the exportation of th all Import.
ant food; they would remember
that B.O. too, which together with
other sources supplied the bal&o,
and who today Is o ;r chief sup-
plier suffered severely from fled
damage so much so that in pitA
of their efforts to Increase their
production of rice actually i
crop fell short of their estimates.
Then too, we had the floods in
Penal-Debe which completely wash-
ed away our black-eye pea crop
and finally Venesuela our main
supplier of meat and plantains was
also visitd by floods.
As yet we have not any tangible
evidence that Venesuela has re-
covered from that severe damage sA
so lar plantains coming into the
island are a mere trickle. Some-
times, in truth, I long to hear the
good old plantain-vendor with his
cry of "Plantains to frv and to
boll" You see I am a lover of
plantains and rightly so because
this vegetable Is highly nutritious.
It contains a large unmourit. of
energy-supplying constituentsa, vita-
mins, and its yield for the amount
of space a ingle plant takes up is
probably more prodigious than any
other of our local food crops with
the exception of its cousin, the
banana.
This crop bears all the year
round which Is indeed an asset in
such lean times: furthermore it
can be planted at any period of
the year although when planted at
this time of the year best results
are obtained.
The crop Is best suited to newly
cleared areas where there have
been an accumulation of decayed
organic matter such as fallen
leaves and twigs.
The cro, thrives best If It is
shaded but this is not a necesalty
especially for backyard gardens.
Soil must be well drained as the
plant does not tolerate conditions
of waterlogging. In spite of the
necessity for free drainage how-
ever, sandy soils are not suited for


'I


eFront By Ft

irow nt of t d have a ot he
If the crop iso wnit Ulie b~eorfi
In the field. PAUL* Should be p: ha the
out at a distance of te s feet b Tb yta a
feet. The land I Uned and ak a 0 1u0u M .
p.aced ai every spot where a plantM ArtIficial te t
Sto be placed. Holes are ine g*od rotted anumAt
dug about twelve to eighteen inches taothese T
La depth and about the same mea- to be uw 1iss best
sirement wide, raw state in the aole
Clean material sould always be uer .,8 to b pla
used and suckers to be planted hl ftltlSer m! i
should be pared and the outer resut f bout l
skin removed until the whole eur- panti. a aSi
face is clean and smooth. Any on sm about
material that show an inclin a ieo e t.
to darkness immediately after cut-
ting should be discarded a WAo fter tUn theI
amdies down. ItU
should any material which ha& a-y ever i oy.ou t &
oome coming rom It. cut I
The best material for planting t1 0 a JPngYU ? 1
the maiden sucker witch O- thanleave I to witI
talned from young lanta. Tht aesL. Utrh i o&l a nd
whore of the upper porti... is cut p an am of land
away and the heart Is scooped out. about 380 to 4M biS
The sucker after being trimmed tain annually. Their
free front roots is then ready for bunches v aries trw
planting. Weather such as we though forty to flit
have been having is ideal growing be taken as the weill
weather and we could expect quick average.
response from young plantain This crop Is one
suckers planted at this time be planted In large
With the rapid growth 4f the this time of the yea
young plants thev begin to send account of its food
out suckers This should t beca beauSe It bears all I
permitted to continue indiscrimi- and needs after it
nately as it should be regulated, lashed little if any
Usually no more than two auclkers rept in field condMti
should be allowed so that when the banana weevil ramn


i a
a"


Is bettr
away the

buch dtlosm
bmno-
>hea r 'l




hirhch shot
ett
Rr notch^
va4"e ba, II
tteyer row

ma where(h
ipart.


Point Fortin Fete Succes


The Red Cross Invasion Pete
held at the United British Olfielda
Club at Point Fortin was very well.
attended and was a moat enjoy-
able affair. It was also an out-
standing sucress from a financial
view point, for the total proceeds
are expected to he in excess of
83,400, though t'- final figures
are not yet available.
The fete atatrod at 4 p.m. with
a Fun Fair for the children which
proved highly popular, The 400
foot mat-slide, constructed by Mr.
Jim Carney and Mr. Harry Berry,
the coconut shy run by ?'r. Jack
Oglilvie, and tile fishing pond run
by Miss McDermott. assisted by


Mr. Shorty Bill Arsacott and
Sandy Poote, were well patta
bv the lite ones and ouald tt
lots of samiu sement.
There were a number aof tal
and other attracUtions., a
which were highly successLful
flowers and fruit stall was I
Mrs. Oroundwater and Mu.
vie, the cake stall by Mrs. CIM-
the sweet and loecream tall
Mrs. Johnston and Mrs.
the generall stall by Mrs.l
and Mrs. Flfoulkes- J u
tombola by Mrs. Berry andI
Prior, and the hidden tteasr
Mrs, tclding and Mr. We
while Mrs. Arnold came Im
way from Polnte--a.Plean to
the fortune-telline stalL


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IBM l 2 oe Mr, yo Doouee Do y ho wel of andutlodomtQ th0"*in1 wt wt

of a -6-we pr wllel l
rinseso u the anbeIt n a d4t helo 3ut y3ouUr hit 0 lp thinking that nofo M


1Idoe ite they tn optn LJ All ow~ rlitgj rtoSlmadwtr ~ilaottl sn of vevet Seen on :h m.r
rrtb heiy ~re Isntlif ee~ilnvr odd e e It weansnl s e ouldt
r u on. V^^ Iorl 0111,1011,011, atan apPlat should be made to the we Mned to MObeW
SOAIP MAWAG outa wi dot the prick an _hl VPOntn tymt3' Ind n4 epat- aoutt) aer1utnolUmlss to NWpp meea l lt eud tB
I w totlo p evI t of not hpavdt n ihr, lndayei and porn s ito with meIf and btteror tlo. psto strkWAD
09 aaw( white of an on pa3lm~th am be put snd what splendid "- YU m5h b1e"ohlng me ng e to b e
1taen be. obtained from an oremom nd AmIPO Ctorect diet, of coew, help to W to aOW monh sti*0. Perhaps, however. you do s. T pMvt Wl all nueh tul"ls, aod sort"$t al lt, srabbite, chicken. and wat auUaJ-uth irt ivt le
not Tewn have anl a to spacirty kee I s) h plw bntpr bl, aye iu dine t enoabl eof prowinsu you? But rothot0h l can di *avallit s,0n weOL !!
then Intead a ao e which t s f ont, otha h t s loo edsa scarbohydraIt,f prid mrt- gyerpt aow considerable amount ofi t- bua bee me mayew I
tonent u the skin beautlley and shampoo but you have no amy tamn and witer. formation about the rattling of ver seen on IhI mr
a IonTU tirdind no s getting lotion. All right Protein, wh wich are esi betial"tar Vegetables never a word do I s need itwe w.e gn* '
pod lather In Wanr m t wash Inot int sop flake or chis tr ente imu and repair- -a-- o*bout tn, ralaensoufnimrld. speak- rcoeaa ofj th m It o 1
*. toil et oelsiad to' e I 'it aingl dafly wear and tar on ter ^as a housewl t who hu hor aih ft thp lorJuWn Clear lth ll
Soa flake. Bentl t untlltos f wtel a tooos Just body, you goet from meat, plus arn "a montu kept up l fairly question of bresdn ,m
tliff and thenater lI over thea Mld ineasraof brillanete. Wrip t llhad ing.bt ep arederyrru11 a ledadok; .l a11d Ih lno ri
tIce. Then with a nIll bru pro-s t keep it in d pia" bauWullny. kidney and trom chbeew. baintl Uof.bpli efr odnhretot, olneae aeor vaiw i.m,,, n. le
ftrhbly an old onT which is not too I an tihe other hand It Is lanky Oarbohydralew provide energy Ir ktl of Awh n trI to 15 cicand u ,r J ,mlst
stif. fgntly scrub the skin aU o verand lack-hiutre ad well as badly In and mantain uood health, without kept fowlP feel I am Iulifit 1 to r btiul mAY @Rpot
speak a little on thin ubac. Ary tNear luly eIi snows
until you get a real tgod glow, need of a pirm ao that It will not w which no woman can be beautiful; ay t have uffer consider breed u I
Leave the op mask on for hnbut et Int laoh e. met It with 0 alt and these can be found In cornflake, bl tailbacks thra ough r vnSid to to jud o a h u a th
tn minute until It begins to feel water. o tewo teaspoons of Isalt to potatoes, suga, jamn. lweit hem Iabn le ared wet b o ngandl throu g I havn iinto niour ts
tight and thn remove with cold one glass of water. Wrap It tiehtly ding. i, mmes paid 'pretty dearly for my icely e.nien uer ien all E
Iced water You will be surprised In a headband and giv' It plenty blts help you to do hard work, e log l o duhr ins i, l ie i- were ,an pltF.Iiiv n .1 hd l
t at result. This Incidentanlly Is of time to dry. The result will be nid also give warmth, so Make sure lUnon ....a wth r nIrt, 2Se e ween td t Iu Oan

food,~~~~~~~h lossnehs whedyon ILPULIlNT lve"di 2n;5th chyickens-t oo and ati&A o. mit tlo fo
an excellent treatment for a back A nice firm plastic eyt which It you get your fair'share of butter *ei dwe l with t le wen I ha2.Derp aitee drivi ni e at
which Is In pooWr condition or has finished off wlh a little hbrlliantin and margarine. Int r i wo nievttie bouktci and nihlsi n Jlm114e fl d al yo'.er
hkeltheiads, but vu nered someone will give a lovely glossy effect mak- Mineral, of coucae, build bones e "et I could fibnd no wokbsi to hiep mh l et' sa Iltleetl o* i .to
tdo the job tfor you. Inr vou the belle of the eveninghand teeth, and you get them In with a remedy, and at.lt. through s i ijt
.This Is only for despr*t owca- chr~se milK eggs, nui and green t e advig"of lilaed. tenia ltpi h In loub t ip
FOil QUICn K FUlTn gh ions rand the haitr should be llhanm- vegetables, raw or lightly cooked, ,enthwpr Tn r o o i teofome oa m t fip o
Next the hands. Wmlt no kiln p ried the next day.) h Vitaui are most important forn with mercurochroement the w o Tr
handE~~~~~~sse a tr nt re stl lInG ila th toe n the giuden frogs
food, no hand lotion and l yourt H LP' 1 HINTLveautyl itnhe lpsd youit A t et grawasgood air Mt sooop


a allm dar W~e ll that's easy. irste Nw Oritnery twod rm hwil o rep~la dseals end yoee vget I bonlfesh ~eaT~ n Peto, sulpa te, dissolv eda Irng wtier beow- "* heeus thi stei s arn
ta a auerful (l t olive or, salth i T mi he k se d if poith areree.ll in milk ,butter and margarine as Well In one of their alagI, numb e t the three week t Ihroms at. theLo nr, ed tao meap ny i Oher
resufl rt inal s wheggswAl t** P "i aohhror nd also from cod liver f o11.r h fo ethig e Remember" Crack of dawn o dab at all thesep-
oil. eat this and then oak the need, fir both farf and uhand... Vitaminhelps a great deal to the vu.rstyn toamemen- sqtirmig lite o et
finger naril in eittt for about e With-h l will replace xkiA tIonic .... I n, 1t com- iore, or n I aav t r tmy es Wh
InIt f orn abre tee~n~& W -bottle wil relac~ne sind rentawt oi cwstlparion, ad you know istohthe-EmpirehT.4diarehon myif wy fr r.
minutes. Then ndame tihe handsio r astringent. It shoul d be diluted tiarttthai Is for a loveltth Eire 1tesr o o s to get 1own ndI ty gn w w u iZ
well with the oil, taking care tver for dry Andts sensitive kln, V- figure t h to keep your Wedndy June 2. t ev o r f
the knuckles end rubbing eachW line, nrm ally to be found In most siltl o n hair beautiful Tie V- prtc kp u r eat June te Ivnlyot r did Ip de wth (
fLng'r separately with a downward households., s good for rough Lamm Isitntatoes, bread, aldmoveernthasiIdrmhanecutile. ai f- -- p Onlyue 0 t didthem y F
m-lhbmunt handsr, rem vinr ritle and eveno il half tile tim ON OA ith iodine and
innlsh tip b stoking the hanrds fcr dry skiln which are patchy or green e t Tr opcal ve ii evthe en vItryon *sltUld hg Nt
in warmran aPV writer ind lastlY cut sralv plexlonriii cl atnld You get it in rAw "I41n will bill. t^^ n (conoer no~dding B(taiminlanct itr <5 )
a lemon or Ime in hnif and squeeze Ordinery cold cream will replace aind green vegetables also, sulphate dissolved In wateriHw. -uow c g" kiitowt
and rub well on,'r them both. The skin food ot aR ilrh alrd glverhine A lack of Vitamin L may mean amev tr, m ef thisn InyormfLOn rLe. to keep an itas t
result will be white well ro ed can also 's or the same pi oor development of your teth, H o a n to Te ( pny ot the prm. do you m are up lt
hnshelostohtheydpoenee grfact once knew a woman reoget heohast
hands which look on though the sure you. gett Ienenewwmtn^,ough oftlhis val- p, phletfi Issued or from ny of the )'Our Anfwrl.I tu the" woo|5
had never been within two miles of woth the moat perfect skin whoe unable vitamin* you get It from t Pa r the 3 enut rouea book I micanyd tven tu ans ut
a veg(etablea bed. romplete hearty outfit consisted of sourcesa Vitamin A. fy A ft BII4" j now I stili am unable to d-scover 1) whi ass th. U
AOt fr a the n your may not like hav- we d r s why apparietely well and healthy (reiotti ied I w;! r '
r-, -.----~- tog. to admit that glamour starts In Ia previlousarticle of thisn ,i 'il h s iuwi g ust lay down sand ondsi. e tif '., Li 't 1 "
--inthe stomach, but It does,0trymt wwasl pointed out that Nare uer NOL ON tOATs, W i ctaW
"IDto etc t', a p sible, ati" light blue, green sid yellow extcn- ures, but nil s your
____ _ TAT ,OIalvely, and It will O foundt hat I Thlst applies all through. A short no injury, you are ullt k;tr
Att(- th b, /riu. i ] t while ago I decided to keep a goat (a) aggKravaied minudlt, *
u49 Your Feet Need Care using variations of these shalids al i the vain hope that It mightrp- tb) boriiioml oa ult
often your feet ache and swell decorator Is never wrong. ti(ir the aniounit of condensed Iand (cf ashuilt atmi baUi y.
NOW MUCttllIS1 WASTI BY INCOIC and huorn. ometimes they evn it Is also well to remember ltat ie, lte milk which aeIns easential 1(3 What I I ienlilly
CARSURTOR SITTINO ? rebel at wearing shoet which were dark varlttlun. tharc lit 'd tolt h tre itp al iie of mhousehrold.fo t lelll coni tnr of "
*amo sr"t corfortatlth two or three ,ooms and light varastlotol, to si.ll (t, li I got a WHl y paper on side the carro, hilrl 1
-, i weeks ago. 'lhtat situation callsfor rooms. Th1i has been pivm'd ot P o It, t di w hat l pin e, ( tme iliWM2Jl
vl nt'- ped.ific treatment. experience i decorators, to l wlt. ann Hrtih Alpine, git, if hl
*rKlirntring thte feetin I lmpoi tan iAfte th bpackgroui dhaIn i' Ait. -N b fmy artulid heWi at to x a r felony. h tltal
XP TS IESTIMATE THAT !/)' 0 AlL TI GASOLIN I In (fot care. Just a s youi body completed, one itr'St r '01,r lri pI r from1 bern uli t d tinfotofw atelvto other?
USEO IN CARS I $WAThin B YFAULTY ADJUSTMINT lngs to throw off heavy winter object should le adtid l)i t>>itliaslit copgtrot hilTtu itowt to y 5 .s at crimes haveh M
OF Full SYSTIMI coats and drvessesat s o does our t ft favourite painting or rrprticiotp ,tfrothIntca t wh a wo 'te l h oi a y mrted it )e>'. ktowin|ly W
l want to throw off Iheavy y so *and perhaps a chair covered In Urillia 1 l1- 11!igr whiil w,.s ali I coll bl Id t h errlr I "
confining lhosleI aertryr erhaps a W arlt t d b to nue I t aso t et Into logi t bll( n id no
You will find infiitoe relief and Pick out thled olor m hoI rte he b- t, I iltt, wa ote ofo tires d sh oulneduId
satisfaction from a ten-minute pturnli, it of enhose obert 0put oa oteytit which I have no idea, t 5heg 1radoptincu:
foot exeriae e orpniot. If you do not cl other.Remember, tn rolour.. twoe to get tihe 1b liof pt Ti of the ho g
know specificfo ot exot cilfI's such of the spectrum a nd the- ul- o l c rie f e the od a, whic t,' morllo e S sounl lo .
As rotating at the ankle, standing contract anti the ret i Is i iule, t tatn d nmb w el tcs a t weonen the ) r bow and rro Ii
o n a hook and stretching toes over Restful colours for Iaier r ( teo)jbwlelmSnef nln oratd Rt abin,"nhand been cvr rt
Its edge then simply wiggle your vivid colours for sinall objects (b eorsidesnbeo n which sof d to (rm alo rst degree Murder.0he
foo blu wS / ort and toci in every direction naomething very rp'cial wicinui bidme nmnr e ow t.cseek to sa uitdegr.ee mt
fHthey will wiggle.,n lould bee miphaslsedl anerad 10i my pacoulrse, ce' s l the .n .ppoingAM
[Loosen up those tensed mucl rM; shades to link up ooloulr without The sime of rabbits, The goodf I i and sh to eriie Inlets
K let the toes have a bit of freedom, taking interest t away from therm il gentlemen who wrote this article rnt inthrs o dIe iglt
and walk around barefooted or Black iand white i not oin be alur their that tls ribbits are oa 1- l Iuen cn n ; W I
1t' vwith ltoo socka on as you do a overlooked. Either of theme cuoluors, ways led four h linesi day the lost h l, a is btin Ut111
f hoe "chores. f itf were drapery. can serve ieU tniu being 10 p.m. This dinaely he c, o ,r at
Ift weather permits walk on the purpose of enhancing some object putrabbIn c a beyond the pale flor ome, indUnoisbte

Hea aeote u-for o nb r ('n th readnfthe
gros s barefooted out-of-doorf or an b y baicde, or by being amid In- sirce I rise at ix every morning l b)Biateral
the ind o bch. terrwttng object lseirf; e g, a blckl and am well tucked between the i oldtel
wedrwood vase against, a pale shccts, or' at. least en-lo timig a tew atVod
Chinese blue wall,.h- u h y iv. ofgw-1 erned relaxatihon by th nl isintoxicltt len a
A recent succeaifully dr'corated 10 pm. Of course, once again the -.-.... .
i yem dnr-lt JIMAA wI' i { rangments. Pale Ivory walls a id elies requiring the attention due tonTr de *"
I AUs' ~ v ~ 5of nca r white ceiling, anl oriental rug their rtevand birth so there is a aer, *are svralo
nMORAl:AUAvu o AnOChMtAtTY 1w 9W which ald deep blue, scarlet, p.sihlity, which I have not hald p-.rlo oisn itains 4roa 11
O" FO PIRD PAle AmWiC OImmiaeN mauve and touches of golden time to explore that a few ordinary ieuni A dere rare It
I yelrtlow, coninori or garden ones might. p ip sntread ther t are aiP
MIIn ly i kui -of -s, ios inng soE StOp rldr The' cyp coloured chtides and tip with bring kissed good-night at rAt t

Stopped Her, ",T'he cyplcoure laourd ied c wirsathilo Atvl
Monhl c *p timing nd Nor m r settee had cushions u rf goldenYit pitmge thieth'r with the rest of the a vee lo at treSl
hates help you gethe mosmie olesooem of yomrhctr.wgrillsiy ou dr low at theyhd e th llb ter that0 that of it-so-fussy a1Iiil8 ,laia Afrter a fw t B
your F.o r-r...lc*-la anwide orit, euipment$ S R O S- S the r u M T v- curtains were of ,.tI,, M. .. r, the fsh, r and ret I,
poia ,0optin i l.dalp itb .>.Yw6t4 wide stripes of ivory and deep blue, INFORMATION, PIEtE Theil anithodINsetlow
D I Eand there were manygr i:RorInall I feel that due to th reachi. .1
if *"^^fc-l 1.. 11-..-....., icurshions oti the chairs and iettee shot ai Mniidi-u 2il-"
DISEA E el l lof scarlet, blue, yellow, p-irpl, roise, so othefadt ou. price ofltabour. 2 itt stal
an thefa rntthwf tthat ouwr menfolk can- moistn with lemo011

t Itt~learOI'~T. l thenwhare Alod wh ba vah e ai hrs hu ome to pu n uter."v iclv
mele mmdItela ue and u eo crald greet .A oe t work all (INFand then comein the sun. Add er eI
R s eldief41 miRda tely lacqheueredAbl ack vand iledwait hoeLptII'frhrousint rsliv
-0w~,wa loft meuwith larustred blc and mue flo dwers, tilegardenir, 1.4t is p to fthe women 321110i1 garment 111se5
a shooa I r e. TAW8 ra li t l rust, red sih e d m auve low I r td c something, which they are tf orP n of thrt trlst o s
10B "POTA(TIV(HIVICItw.rOR lt I 01(e Se. t# Ad writer s "im monre than willing to do, but they of wrte'a ls i stayi
t was, .4tl,.r absIrMan And Wife Hadc must have ifrnatton to start with I eoi1 *r" h s tr
WGtmai s. emitfiu\h* l:>(()rmal ien which Is easy tol bleach. _-e


4yqa low. g mie~am .5 s it lj
410s% wo o..iAihSe g pff. Rh Oeum atipsu
ei lrse1k01 fttb awon s.wo test -
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p.in.,.ut w4 et s very Lmsor e' .
,ol o$t # Who" 00ts WTH TOOK NAME ItEMEIJY AU
ow V Ca For t ante, the wife knew Jtusht, N WN SAL
Uiir tUp.' "of1A what to do when the lid her nus-
CD ei, haso^e I. treacetto... it >ea which she gladlyows ty ln to pub- It
secret K lswnif l, tneit*---ft &Ed h to Ia follows: g I < I'
sa \ Sy larm"*irflritates Inflamaio "My hustvmnd used to get touchuesc
Gadet Ties% ^ *,eireertimar ;ith witr f
lT 'ir \\' e e I mud l tiplildtI. o s d n of b r atism I hi should-
tm Jt at cases 'be- 1101. 00era, so that he started taking a I- W
fowl artiinof Goreateheurisdirets
W ilt gueSes 1shew1Itasn tiepKrusehien. Then not ltrong after U
trT Srom N Yot MaoitleM & otenlthat, yrgot a slight wetting, w11 \
cted b arktervtrStI MleedH I Nb bad pilt f In nY oOR ulder so I t"rtI
xewmrlhounetCa n*,ON 00*1001% ed I ,had not be,,, taI nII it 1loNg
E x c l sive 40tbo' beore 1 noticed that my ankles ino
I jfecli longe~~~r got puffy. So for thle p11~uc~ ITR
S~lIN.-IuN~ ra ?' ruachon agoes otn the
I NSUN.'UMEmCT ITEI.CMTS, the milk and suga.r. During all that FO .vv^V
| AnaUI5S,'U. T RASH, WOUNOS,.Otc. time we have said good -bye to U ----J
SEA __________ 11__ pains. But Writt Ia very linpor- j
ON THE HIGH SEAS.,. ------------ *-la,',mttlvea' needed.'- (MrsB, A.os OfBBt.HP8 B~ g~g .^"

1 f \f \r\ r^ D I'1" C ['" C* .. V^ "acid out of your body' Is to flushIt ^H H ^^HEfT IW 11^
l ll jl j | .Kr\ ^r -\ ICCl~f !'f^\ m wa through y'ur kidneys, The ny B^^^IA-W
/" '- U' 1\LJ J L J "nW ^ ff l whok c ecret r' KR'Ushen is In its T ^ B ^ Ifl^ ^ rOl

...Stroight from~ NcW 'Tork. and tlediil^~ ~ the't u ^ r~e^ 'ric deosmIts. \^g|^'^^^
Montreal"-^^ cr. .&A ort olspeally ^ain.-Avt ________
-lected by our btlver, MiSs. FOR.J^ So ALE: ^ H f ^ H^ ^
Marcd'I~ne Cannon, 4y^lS-^-- ^H U---


WATCH THIS SPACE for ne,v,
of thPir arrival ., .. they'll soon
be here !


"Everything for Milady"


On Friday June 30th

at the

TrInidad Country Clu6

__r U W 'O15 U.&hmeA


DRESS SHOP


Port-of-Spain


: San Fernando


\\ It. tay onrn oer hours...- I Two desirable Rtsderes, adjoin-
Snn retouching neOessary ling each other, sitUate on the main
---jivee *oft naturell ROC..-TY ..OAD, Christ Church,
S lo0p.111 jh ARSADO. one elall '7LOR-
'3. Cem-smewtl..k-a 1'; VnAA" wi'r Ijit square te8
/ Teesly eppandnee, o land.
( ill 'ilut &eorolplips. oth housi an nicely wt uck
\\ &* Cn, 1e eaetifl \ from the Public Road. and each
contains Receptton and dining
nuew, l-Pistio rooms, 1 '-edrooma. usual public
.- ,, rll-ht room and Coe dences, spactious
^ _Y-a"d W'ithg are and flower gar-
ileta- .ooverntent .ter and
electrte ervteiM Installed. Good
0 Toy DowW pan P W" &-baething vA iu a short dis-
one ... ATO6MIZ See, te trS th e eOW Ptied.
vllat-as= A.lm4'e1e aM. bsgec lbA Inte6, M. fam. o
lIimeIUfO le O AR Ip-m. any da7, OU cep otS ndy.
ato: 1.060t .1 Pr OPetIie ti be me. up for
'It.., UW e itn "p"rta tlots, by bule
Tk^.r TT** eumupetixtlos at eur Offiee, rR
Streit Srr ric0 .N. on 'niday
DON JUAN I "01.M.
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Gem blue flame wickless oil It""0 f
the most popular of all auxlilrY
steady, powerful burner flamesan_",
heat distribution under all co Ull,
with improved cooking j reulf
easly removed for cf DI &
gmIa fuel ank or vIOIMy. ;

"Lit M IIIWSl

PAN AEiRcAN E
401 WOADWAY.














|rMk Of Trieidad

M the Ae OS-r.- tvim few t 0
4 UI N idOa toh ter, Who l Med bM Wei a
IV W They tre the IMo% Br8 e mtev a
ouom. U si* and Mrs C. T. D ae, w% Mr. josa y r,
rSta. Ind Mrs. Lavrudor,
X amtally oaOker, a0SU 1 b te waa im
foVMr Rioyalorday 7 m 0o9,i t
A. A WWOHT. the Wife l nf His m xleoney th iv A*M g nov.
SrrtMvgd tIn TrtnWd from Burafw Altor )Mterday morning.
S OOamOanif l by their three chUtr Miss JUl, Mil Jonam&.
Mil e:pwru* .
V
m ir etockdi pa tlM at the TrIniad Omuntry Club are be-
tncreammly popular a mS vwy Wk M0 s larger and
Smi the Piwalee.
h"f rtn4dod Of UW danoe to be gIveh at the club
i me Red Croa invalo APpmeal aon r v, Juvly The
f LPstm must beuM*OMItie to thete m |saun as Soon as
C
o lf ,nme'hing to Remember," thi UAlety kitertalnmont
Oanlnls U t uy M, TlorsA ThomMa, In aid of St. Joeph's
nt Fund ai te Dmplre 'Theatre on WedMMnesday. will be
j ,se = ,n of the highlight of the cabiret at porsverrnre
haM Sundav July 2 Th. t i tho e ate of the all-day function
M "yn t th chlb for Whe ROd ("I&5 pIeclAl IInaion AppeI.
C
.PAWTY m given at the annex of the Pan-Amfercan staff-house
*t PlaWten 01. Friday evening which carried ort with dancing
SAout 3 amni.. a dtclClous built. tuppei was served during ithe


g-Aitg those in aLteindance were Mi "'ippernce" pearre, Miss
e parta. MUM Jo Frnrlhiii, Mr lAtnmnd VV-huls, Mr. ave
1k .Mr Ftani Oit.randelI, Mliss Pa! Pantin. Mi;s Yvonne lushlll,
ar art Oonsarh. Mi Callrrwav, Mr r;imml.-i Mrs. Merlin Arner.
Mit11 MISS Ro'ir l urke. ML..; Oloria Walker, Mr. Clayton
Mr C(: MaRIhAll, Mr ,lin (ilbton, airport manaei at
and Mr tlbnoi: Mi Jim HlarringWi. MinM Jm iBartowt,
Griptiald. Mis I. IH KcOVe' auid Mr. Malcolm Lee.
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has reached me about Mim Merry Mathioni. the daughter
of'Mr sl d Mrs miiand,, MatlUilowt, whi is at Havergal College 1I
La. Cimtuada thr hi, )Plst finithed her simmer term examlnl-
and ha, doMe remarkably well obtainlni, i househOld Ccinre
efor the bWIl work In the horn' eroluiimca lais., a grade 2 diploma
&I)]subjert mlid gra luatitlio (diploma
HiM Msithilsoi will upentl iher tioildl.ti itii otiiher sclioollittps
4j g olton Camp in Ontario.
S' "* C
v'. and MRS ANDRtE (rOIitEI,'ME'T iiave paitv at their home
S4a, on Fridiav evening, lii tionoiiO 4 I ti>' itI bitithdav of their
tskr., MI! Juine ( Cofiementn, andi tLi vming people, who r umi
i' a h li" It lArt a mosit unlovable Time iu1t.il I am A prettiv
th'h en mie ata at al buisket w,'r t, t' Mlu (;o>nssinment anId Mi.
i 3li Bvnoe. and a buffet -ultipir wc,, served
,*' Durnh hip eveilng, Mtgt. Jresie Metides er ,< MIM Theresa Pita.
bo, btil have lrtvely y'oi *". rut t't, uiiutr tiiie ,iBAi.., bv m 'nting
,~~1 UlmW m
ig o il tuols iotelid wire MI Si>l Mr C'lit.ibe*rt Tthaverol. Mli
a Oruni Mi, ia'rolit (!ot,-,, M" NiLk and M;. lliarold Nothnageil,
hTfnla-tie and Mii,' ]iyre Andersron. Miss ltuth Bynor, Miss
ie Carra~nza, Mlii .)oba Miss Monlca and Mlu Roreeri
1, MIM Loiilsf Davilaa, Mis. Jean (kalt. M'i. TheresM alid Miiss
Martinez MIK DIorothv ianl Mi, lHerir K1lOiwle,, Miss Movra
MIM Elma Oralni. Milm .ra,' WuppermaT, Mi Daphre
MIN Theml Ml Mline, Mi tc(:i(l andi Mr, Petr Arrtltdtl:;
uI d Vertumill. Mi Pati. ai ti' Mi Jilt ri titwllllam, Mr.
'Abadle. Mr Tonumw O(tihilf'r Mr, ,inltiv Hiamel.nimlth, Mr.
anld Mr .lohn Roi2k MY i hrler s' AI MI Fred Mn!t,; Mr.
Pea e. Mr. T, ti.uii ('Dio.1teill. Mr Neil li i, lllla.nI, Mi.
O'Briet. MU. aln MilliAr, Mi. 1, uosii lIKIOe., mAd Mi. Denisi0
5,j C *
VIONCI tomorrow I' V'T Alrc's.,,, for Hiib;hdosi 5tt. Mrs
J. Manden. her Sil. Mi i ilKir Marrdetil and her (diitiltei
,'' i Joan Maraden. Also boieio for st rhardo. by tile saie oppor-
i LJLUi e Drendall Cutll' 1 ui'tis." Iid they pkii lto be
&j for one mouth.
tennita s M match betwe4'n ri t Tlmvei.-i *Il "PutiKl"
N' o ime, l ae intn .ll at Carl Mr(;owin Anid F'atlkils Muiiro, cF, hlrt
o .. have brii, played on Hatirdav., Jilne 17, st U) hf poi-
on amoount of the ra:its nit t. Ridxiileld for WerdnesdavY,
7 381 at BL Janjes TentiX Club at 44'> p m. 'Tic tKilngs Wih,
,g0ive Dt in it Red (?roa iinva),tiio Ap >nt
.* S *
SAURYi" J1KPPERR in builily engageti in orgaiiislng a bridge
d- r vley@ for Wednekla, Jlilv 6, In laid of rthlop)lin Flag Day, which
blhmoaM on saturday, July 1 Tihe drive will be held af the Pritnce'
l and the committ, comprise a number of bridfe-itovro. In-
Dr. Prancil. Mr. C II Itobert. Mrs. Jarrett*, Mrs. Biihop.
W AnMUtsn, Mn. X Lnwis. MM iLorna ligaby Mrs. X. C. Field.
'^ 8 , fllofmon Mid Mr. ohuricli johstmot.
gUrr Ari t CTAcHMBNT-s -nma Danof the Tropl" on Tuns
t June 27. at thi Naval Air B-Sttlo, Chalgruaramui, prolitses
OiP a mIni gaV aUnd ctourful affair.
With the kind aW enthjualsttic o-operation of Mis Tyler,o o
a U.B.O, and the ladlie of of >rt-of-fpali, the dance roummitte
I 4idevourliX to make it one of bet vet
M3 sie will be furntlied, by the popular t.r, Navy batnd, and there
I. 10 bs ittrtwUve door rils-A for uthe ladles,
,;i4- Adeftsion will te by Invitmation only and ladies are asked to
t Wieir InvltttklnU along wtlli their door pri, aerds.
"-,_* *
1 OM14te Club dance committee, ompriling Major Ckourteniy
I- Un it chairmani and Mi, Ken Laughlin te'rrreti.aty), with Mr.
&W Mr J_ tollmeyer. M,' de ina Mr. ). Antorni, Mr 1 K letcher
iMOr, ,)Ackndells in ait.teindance, met at MaInr Rooks' home on
IP for1 over an hour, and decided tflat Ut Club should hold
annU6l danae eni iturdray, teptember 30, at the Prince's
&'* eo9l ittllt" hopt that vniingr llelsi who will be cominK
H. the first tnime will beg,: the date ir mind P as tto Makes their
aSt the dane, which ha within mrewe years, hrecome well-
A-ll the "Castuali" Detlitai.te Dati'"
'<** '
I US TN'O BiR" t inde u ndrAinds that MIs. Dotrs TMhherrn. Soetal
S Welfare Officer. UI lII at home and wishes her a speedy re-
. .


0ft1An04mj


AGe Co"m im. Rejects Adult _wu iu

-r-c Cut I Voers' Qualicatik mI
Mlsxay OWaM "0(im>elsedet. +----'---
oO.U Nr o w-, ofa.. JAn I-The slajoruy rrowt t U I v.
Pate OliMMn-M. 1O4l It n to um he igi ve l t pter*
day reeets dalvewea adult rage Es rweducti o n hM i to e t> ~ i~e ll~~ <*lfhuilu*ude ^
qafmeitfnS.n of 4etaset SUE ef caM~itse (wr meBe*rshi|> Ia $Iw ST. L*. ORUNAblA, u.JR
Lutatw O4U3e ,, .ir Oettri, u ,s h
tItr emle= l the iollowsg qua- C-- -- ... ...... eleh ee1r here Mnse tIM, la
1foattleoa for voters: consider the V tiret qta Owlerobtp of three eri of land flewantly low anod I. t tis rdud expected to return. It is portd
insteadd or *ixi areas) or occupaltion th he otet propo Id In the r*- thtt Dr. Oochrrnu e been ofa.
or tfey W agllMteoMd loe ef port." he ea*rs, 'it will Ifruetrete, fIred a trausufier to a largr eflony"
three sles f ar d insteadd a t ti my opinion, the very res tor f. .
acres); or ownesllp of home or Its inoluslo"aoa.'* i t'elpeuii.t
land. Or lad with boWf Or uleti Again, e write, "I am not In T OST62ROVs. ORHNADA,June
areatfie tthere",s vaeltd *t 1110 favour of admitting members of 24.' Mr. LloYd Brilgs, former m ti.
(IsteA of IBM);o @ro eeuOtBiCU or the fernale sox to the tleflative hitry Inspertor and nuw beteFtoo-.
tonancy of house or Iland or i* CeUnril Irm or oplilon that Kiral eIi tt,n, Is bl o tote t o n rttrlhi
with heuse there Of the t04MO I t ia not the proper ptlae S r Oulhina o Monday tor further Is- Pl
rental ot 48 (taiwt" of M" by woman." blrstorv studIes,
registered leam or other writtety
document: Or annual Income (with While agreeM to the r*dued M'LR hiltei Dlyer also leovesn ts
board. lodging or allownanest membet.r' qultlftioatitn reioom- Mohudav for Jmira to, take s ape-
amemnting tso 120 in teod oef $WoI i mended In the mieoority report Mr. *t1? welfare eturse Thre vattatney
or paIment of 1o0 direct taxation Jachbe, Mr Oajmj, Mr. 1An *d which, result on cl, U t Si org(
to the Colonial revenue tunchang Dr. Singh cell for lmmdliat*e dult D hstrlct Board si a rs *ult if Ml
Col*F onial r0V= of the tle hoe qa.iIle lSuit ille, Uti
edJ. frsaehhie with a wholly elected ver's departlre has not yet b ,en
Tho hemn of the lacome quaoi le theiatf iet filled,
eatlon., in the opinion of (he m.- ---...--..-- -.--.-, ........
)eritv report algastorlee, Lonsti-
tote "a liber.aletaenson the Tuxtion ( oir Two PI w tmovI
franchise In the direction In which (I()eHw(;* (N. 4i0., .1ine 0..
It will afford the greatest iumilbr SI"una. (ut ardi (.ltspondti. Appointment tioft Mr. FI H Plotlaird l
to be placed on the rgffistet. The ST. (Iirltnt a. addit set
Inrome quatllcattloni recommended, .-Mr. Hiarold It. H'iWi, ineo tne tonnsl oslitant tlnepetonrs oft he
however, ts higher than that tB tax expert, to the Stor.kdole. or- rhbooll, I sanniu nred ge
Barbados where it has beam re- lgaiattltui. began a ten-lecture Mr, P'olledl heodtfesher of h
duced ifron $240 to 91 per annum. courw Ot lIncome tax on leriday to "I'th ('i"fs i t'o rrsevatuntlovvl!
T'hen majority report rteeoinmende all loa hirtaIome tox ofticersi, Se- r hoot l in f,-mor pirealdent of thlw '
with regard to qualllaotonUs for tlecttd members of the 'Trtaitwry I; 'l"'Hiletiioi Axio, iti(llr antd lha qo
mInhemhrship of the Laglultur the ban on wouen and ministers fruni tthe other Wintswar Islands I'tel "Ani Hrritlit) i;ituin T.-h-.
of religion be removed and that Offiert. ifroim the other slands rO' A""osltito *Itlre 1:"'. tI l' ,i
the other qstltfleattons shouldd bitor r the fliit'bler I. (oolt-La] rtlgi, a 4c.'- oa I. 'lt )"i 'e IItI til fi
chBanged as follows AnuA l In Trurr o l lnl Mr V ehi.r f the eCermlitv of the ti
oos dof 1200 l(Inetd of 2 40m r no, Mr V ), fO'Congr latiuonl Union and It. dr
or pofm. .o i 1I own riKht Of l,.' I ,Arrhr, Deputm asrer, M ,Vil l rved o ,1 etecIl, d and as a ns a
01, potmemol"l In O n righ (It Ii, nom
movable property of the valin r ti"t, ...lM1.. P I.. Mf a i, lmvtled mnemnher of liustonrterlendl S'
l X (in sted of $u(BO O a v , Inconm e Ta. a o ,'er, t. L.uci RT shlis \'t. h, ,, n i 8
rlmortgage; ol ownership unlder 21 HOItnbl A R 054(o1-Ar'U"e. At Mi i, n O,,,- r l te(.her Of .
vyer lea@ of hotine or hoin.' an .d toriWVy-Ctnllera, (lWlmitda, ls ,iho Tkl nitv Mllth,,dlIt Ht.hr.l. (i.,org,. l fo
iand of the annual rental of (:fiiC urttendntlg tt eI co itintead of $1,20(11. 1i.t'.. r o lil ', Co nt il of the !
In rejecting universal adult AIII Methf<"li0 t-., In Ntl I
frage, the mljoilty lrtpolt t l mii.' .. ..Hl .....ll ..ii......ti ....ii t
that the view Is heid bv the ins.li .- T.B. Survey
ltv of thint *nd Is "very widelv; .".^" ^k m'
shared by a unihrb of |nhaibtarnt* mIlndav guardiann ( rre4pondent. --
In the coUloav generstiw--thal the lIST (6OtR(t'Hr, ( 0tKNADA, Juni e
Illiterate, or a. they ase eomtitne.,, 24 Three Is drerd and tlairtv-two
referred to, time inartic.ilate port.o.i person in fIt (teorghi' voluinltarily ('outlml IngDally I
of ttie romnitnlv -tIo very iuttiHIv took tulids-rnis a t.l' e at theli btln- .
rpriftsantd tN' either the rglg |per>'dl fling of a turv-v bv lr s W HStll- u
voters, and ilectod r-prensnstatlv'n' ton (llmotit, tubeir,(ulol expflrl t
i(f the people, valrIou" otW nivaatlirnii Hsundred. of ofr'houlchildre'i H ave
in their behalf, and by the (InveiT) aIMo Iweln ubirliiKtiig to llUt e(Li ttmollo ,
(nent of thile roilonvy itself, as Indrlulr and i ( 11llmonnr will violi IWe omit- 1
he,, always hoen the claint avstc psi ',ii.s nexrt week
ed, toy itt. principal spolkemIat i ft- s 1
Itin e to time"i . . .
Hlgnatist e t, the majority r. Nominated
tort without remervatiaons are the
Iton'ble K. (. Woolford, K(' Munday (luardlattn ('orrqispendelil.
SchailrmanI, the tolrhhli J. I I' (i.l1(.H., (iHENAIA. Jlune
dr Agitins, the llian'bilt Perry (,.vii'. AlsulE tHe KiO A la -
Wight, the lon'bie .i1 ,', iliii. 24. ilst Mas lytyd id th e K o's plra-
phreve, the lon'ble C'. Vtbart Whthl, suritii h 13 oe Mdvised of the nomih
Miss Mildred T, Mansfield. Mrk., iatioll of M1" tydney Multi;
tadhlka Iawell, the lionbmi ,I J Otlanibrs of ('nonimerre, Mr. Ar-
Watelton Jaekson. Mr. F. i. M.M- i rld Wlilliat ioni.,ablutrl, aind Mr. 1
tin -HpeTrr, MN It V Kvnmn WlK A. () Palue ',S Mrs. Mat ie Mt. BIvlcy, MI (,. F. litmberahip of tlfe Ltgislfstive
Tullorh and the liton'bie A Coul cli. ,
Liuekhou. Forestrlto .cir(ta sre gutstflod at
Hmoetrvationg or additionalt thle retii ogltio i oft the order's ir-
marks ar in made tby Mr. A. A clvl work over half a enturv Ini-
Thuornem, the ton'blt C. % i. Jaeot, plied in Ithe noinlsitation of Mr.
the mon,'h&i Th.e I.oe', MI, 1, I1 Ptyve, who is presidenil of Ihe For- .ii |
Gajraj, the ionti'r li D r. 1JiR. n firnK Sortca l Wlflrfr leagite'
and the ilon'tli- A. ;C. King, whili (utgtiignrtniit memn ug oebers re -
the lonr'ble Avhmb M. iduin $ist,. P Me ir v nd ir
viitred a n tinos iit' report .I 1t P,1 d a M ihr, the doviS of
Mr. dun a sks tor universal admlth
suffrage but oppoe s the lowerimng th l Intodcirsof ti h w a me-
of membership qualiftoatlons "u. before the Intr)ducWtoEl of the re-
any considerable extent" and oup- lpresisative syVsteIm sall ha.' served .,,-.%
orts the majority reommnmatiion since that reform it 1914, 01
Fn that regard. An official rolininlunilqtle at stie
Mr. King opposesM the reduction that, It Is hopod lo 81mtinnml ttle I tt -
of voters' and members qualifties new Council for June So uo Jui, 7
ttons and cello for Ineir-ss of the for the swtrtnqr in o( menrerr, ond
present voters' qualiflcatlons. "II to relve the Oovernor'sii o a ddre"
__________ I j4WNE.-Ma Rde G1
; T* ofty a Ov1 id w' I,0 To&
iAm y XWo and tarry ft In ion,
SCOTT FURNISHING Y ey k "
I OM PANY, ITD. .................. .. N ..TR MI
| VCw rAN T, LTD j|(WiASH I


Corner of Park and Pembroke Streets


BLUE RAZOR BLADES-5 for 9c.
SLAZOL INSECTICIDE
(' CROiYDON' CT1 Reto Il PA-R( SE
3' 6" CROYDON COTTON MATTRESSES
3' 0" CROYDON COTTON MATTRESSES
4'6" CROYDON COTTON MATTRESSES
4' 6" SELBY COTTON MATTRESSES
Priem Ratnging from $18.20 to $2S.04
4

CANADIAN CHAIRS, ROCKERS and STOOLS
WALLETS, BRIEF CASES & CLOTHES HANGERS
Etc., Etc.


'PtIO1N 574.


Backache Days

cm oftm be amWdedl
own oft i.I


e ebes edw the m danus mW
bsd ne dul ul Bdemed.
%"*" immma paink,
owolft gmmo and Jo @a o uv-.
1bq, =i@" bMd fladi dwwsede

dmawbed ue, and a juui
Sdiam"a s aeo fe allN y sm.dw

kekdme moA -m bum seed



acm kMfh*- tsmampe M /
3inIr qeUw f ms a@ lu



ago I%- "WP ft&lr c


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Pai't lot that %*%ll-toq fee;lug i
t you dowh. Whe" fatigue up.
ta yomr stonanuh, i*ak" your
ea*d viikerable, take Alkire
timer. Its elkallsing qualiti0e
ip to nruetrallse etrs stiunaMtih
id. Its pain-relieving elriente
inkly help to ea tlironietry of
P at etm mn l (M t* h k eia he. i
'l Zt eMl eI*h M I
ropi an AlkoSf-ttr table r
w in I ie*, of wotr Thor
ink It and a" how qutlrhlv it
re vfii rtlie( Not ladilve.,
teekilui. plesnt teftingl Alas-
Iser Ie n tiAwo ai.e. look
r th* blue and wltit package.




- Today I
t 4.45 & 8.4


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lOBDE-Sea Juan 1|
lay, a and Al*.-
n ledlte a* nd (iGre Mirphy
In TIi1 iNs TinU AkM |
ItNSION T)O M4C(V At and
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FIA.i INVASIONW SPECIAL
LATENT F TrNTvCr ('OMWRAT O'tMN
I(.wammntarv bh Qnenti Rn *eyelw i
rise M-(b-Wlv rlcil Anntversary Fentnrcts
VIUKENIl' V KEAR4 AFTER

N ow Now'e
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('eutinuaiug Duily at 4.34 end 8.36 p.m.
Mt.TKO-OO)IDWVN-M & ll'll'H ON Oi-IH~l.Kft
AN NIVERIARY PICTURE! "I
MOM's BIG MUSICAL ROMANCE

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AN*4%IVVRNARY IATURETT ..
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INVASION SPECIAL
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OLYMPIC
I Ml l I lTOIAV 4 4 ., 1-1 It m Aloe
(oof lieen Corning Moonn
TUOAIIO RA A )The Wosnder toerfl 110u110P1
TR(M'AIDKHO ROYAI L I ENFIT AGE.NT j g-,g &-75t^TS

TODAY & TOMORROW-4-45 & 8.45 p.m. Doily | i. rL
111 L- -- -- -- -- ..-. .A(NL A


"STRANE THAT THE WOMAN I LOVE
MOST. TAUHT ME o KILL It"


tWlal: MARiI ORA5-A .-rel Mtueal Ixstravsasnl.
eu MeUvetAeN4 LatMt Newwril.
ROXY RITZ
Tedy M 4.4 & I.4 pm. Today at S andl A*e p.m.
Portia On Trial, and Banjo On Mi
Hear tof the Golden West Knee
tMends, 4.411 & A41 M*naV., a.0 pm.
LACKK WAN, and 'T lS ARIO)VF AI. and
NIVKN IOAVVN HULLO 7F1lA"'10 11-11
G A I FT Y -.- Saw Fwmand.
Continuing TODAY ot 5 and 8.30 p.m. for on
Indefinite run . .
Carmev Milraua-Allce Faye
4 UtheKitof wtag
h1Mmy 69 dm Il
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V- DO N10, IUMU.a~

mdid Cornm~euts -'
lafomnrat lo remis
'ie LS aPON 4o:taiin to MS -s o n-
it suags the ais*rl'
Mso acewith a m- OrF=Milway
ate~Sr foundatiofl rei~mains sustain
OW toSry b proved irrefutable both by
I ta t taet does nt eumpt it from
idlnatiot. Granted that the power of
and emeeutlin in a Crown Coloy govrns-
ata mauIvely with the Governmor. yt In
Sms proeedurpes rally
I Medble, .= a Met deal whieh must be


Impblici p l~elt OI ma~fy Unot beirectly Uskcut~v.the lgie and w$mibte roesion is to Van, blew..a 4M
lieit trust tha tsant li. sttle ra twld to ms s ra y @
o f the theory, accepted s t Ths handicap to itd tm feI s I a a ute s
go bumllatlngly defeatlst'tn character and g. the-lve ts ltimanely ?atal, o S e w. "iIsjyumat
edmanitally alien to the genre of democratic now are, If their was a solid ad durable glden itoUt iet" t, to tt".
n that it must be capable of some clas available. UAforLaatmoyi this class which he". a n.twam eamsses,, a
been aptly described assolallya Jackal ca iss in onssi a 8 bud las e ti am
the West IniWan, ha allim l u jftnati cuam I 419 9 Woes am
atvr the theory, It w"ilbet," found ;' Inpacie h West Indies, has adroqly developed predtory 'lee S'yS?" -omshmrsseea
-I Governor however autocratic or arbitrary Instincts. It bows to no social creed, but worship uo W atus a t acs
eWs gently ride rough s.hod over or flout the the rising .e." ta - l. t 1e .hiM.t
|-of a compernt and resolutely. Independent Itwill follow warily In the discreet and trailing Ai.OOOL is a adaus. emedy wiMee
Iv e ourneiL To do so would Invite profess- wake of any movement, pouncina upoa whatever Is y absorbin only .o M eans a i
m vte. The members of the Councll, If they easy prey or spoil comes to hand.LIt hba neither the I* a o.fSaut u3 f
Minded, could force the Governor's hands heart nor the stomach for any protracted campaign lf r thes st nc sS ue MIt e.
SwayS. ,of enterprise and effort, linear r-establlSon semal arli
T ou they might press on his notice measures At its best, it prefers a policy of peaceful pense- t sit erI"wth st relit to ts
inItiation and execution which they clamd to tratlon or cautious Infiltratlon, relying on the mental Doetes everrws a'si remmnnamb
led to his urgent attention.hisIS, with the prowe of Its sclon or the accumulation of wealth 4LOCOL ia ah as-- oi flllvids5ed
of sold public opinion in determined support to win little by little certain entrenched positions of ad haye a rsltten the msaaun ffan
Benor would be hard put to resist. No indeed, privileged status. Both Government and this class ite WOL no alSir a.Smj"j
e tradition han hardened into established theory are Incidentally well served by this policy. *4i*4l touCfrom rot. t Rdi asasS
Bventlon. whereby. beyond the banality of The former staves off revolutionary changes by d ortly assi.P I A* jtah
0~~bt~lalnelo nbotes 20 talet
advice, the Executive find themselves emas- grudging and parsimonlous admission of the more ts.. all chemists, or diret from thi
e of any sembmlane of administrative author. ably vocal to exclusive privilege; while for the &sats:i o 6 r
,then the reasons are not far to seek. latter the lure of individual prices Is dazzling and BOYD & HUTCHiNSON, LTD.
In a Crown Colony, unless the Governor is an Irresistible. The last group, the labouring clans, e M.eine Suars. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad
usually strong man, he will normally choose his confine themselves to certain well defined areas ofi a.e. 4
ISers from a class congenlallv and socially more sectional Interest, Thus the labour and trade union
dily acceslble to him. This class In the colonies, movements are specifically pre-occupled with ln--
nust be noted, does not answer to Its correspond- creased wages, shorter hours and subjects of kindred|
class In England. There. Its roots are for the interest to manual workers.
Sart deeply embedded In the soil and It Is In these circumstances a Governor, whatever the AT W1FA T
raised by a long history of culture and disintere theory, is at the mercy of those whom he elects as a- -(tfL0N
id service: but here, for the most part, It Is wildly his advisers. And If these In turn interpret their
tie and while possessing wealth, lacei stability function as akin to a mere watching or holding brief
character. then we In this Colony are in much graver plight -
On account of Its artificial quality, this class i than I had Imagined. ,l
behind The Curtah: -By Ubiquitous
This week I have really beeTi behind the curtain. is impossible. All available floor-space has been!
d what a curtain! Never was fabric so dirty and occupied, so that the scene that greets the eye isU
raged. an endless queue of these dismal compartments
b hy had it been hung there? VWas the inten- within which a man or a woman or both dwell. CL
That it should produce privacy? Behind it was In one such compartment, a somewhat better CL
alor, darkness and poverty such an I never sue- variety of the species (if relative worth in at all I
ted could he found in the very heart of Port-of- possible under such conditions), seven human beings b
LThat curtain was intended to serve as a sort liveThe building Itself, we were Informed later on, j1
dloor to one of the many cubicles t"pens" would is owned by someone who sla not in the Colony at
the batter word) In a house in f'ort-of-Spaln present. His agent has let the place to someone else
orein dwell nearly 100 souls-men, women and who collects from the army of tenants sums ranging
dren. The house-of-horrors is a tawo-storey from 72 cents per week to 88 cents per week, to $1.20
lditng-bualness below and sordidness above. The per week to as high asa $8 per month.
Tot also Is occupied-by a team of three- man, Someone who was with me during the visit
man and female child, likened the experience to something out of Zola. To1
The method of refis disposal devised hby these me it meant a brightening of those scenes that
Tet.dwellers Is original and even exciting. Refuse stand out so vividly and unforgettably in Oorky's
ot thrown away; it is merely put aside. featuresres That Once Were Men." The things I
Just within arm'st'ngth of the heaps of itui- saw during that visit are a challenge to the social
were all the famlliar paraphernalia of human conscience of all Trinldadians; they are a disgrace
ltatlons-beds, tables, s iunidry hric.a-hrac and a not only to the city of Port-of-.Spain, but to the
'-looking and obviously w'll-kelt -hpes hnoaid: island of Trinidad.
salient difference here, loweve>, wan that all It Is difficult to feel at eise in a bright and
been lumped together hedreom, sitting-rooni. comfortable home with a well-set table after an
hen, pantry andt sink, to make the most frightful experience of that sort. To permit such conditions
depressing gallinmaiufrv of its kind I have ever to continue is to accept, smugly and cynically, the
In my life. atmosphere in which crime, vice and Immorality
I have reversed the progress soniwhat Lot hi eed. as an indispensable facet of our social design.
however, now that we have sepn the gal ret. |)rn Living conditions of the sort are mills that Always keep a jar handy-
I by way of a dark. disnial, odorous ind nreciril- provide our- courts of law with an Inexhaustible you may naied it urgently.
S"ladder" throvigh thie only privw that Rerves the supply of criminals, social misfits and mental defec-
souls (you cannot get to nnd from tihp garret tievis. I was very pleased to learn that the Hon'ble
inul makirg rcquaintance with the p'ivy) on herald d Wight, the junloi member for Port-of-Spain, .
second floor, had vibted the premises some time before I did, and
Here filth and snrdidness riepren and the ex- that he has expressed his determination to move In
Arince become soan Incredible that In a sort nf re- the matter. -0- 1
of sheer self-rteservotln. ,vnu smile within Something must be done. Since its creation
rfli and chuckle. What a remarkable creation the Planning and Housing Commission has done E
he human constitution And man's will with little or nothing for Port-of-Spain. It will not suffice ____ _____ _____
at a tenacious grasp do we hold to the forlorn to attempt to placate public disquiet by offering
ry nf our davs. pictures of settlements In remote parts of he Island.
O'P the second floor, children Rict vyou at It is in Port-of-Spain that the distress Is most acute.
ry turn. There Is neither llrhtl. lctnlines, nor It would appear that the existing machinery Is too
Atlltinn' vet, despite el hi. thb chihl'!en rn\v slow and citmbrioiis and that what is needed is not
The floor-space Is divided into hev niv isrn',le more planning, hut more direct action. Government
icles to which reference has slre d .". n 1,-de shnuldtlt great the problem as one of the utmost
the mainrltv nf th#se there is hsnolil-t' r 'n-n urgency; and, with that In mInd, move snwif'v to
Ition, and prtvArv of even a primitive' h rat conm to grilps -withit.

uropean Backdrop By Eric Burger ,cr
It looks as if, with the satislactoy pliogtres.i tli ei ..y and revolutionaries in the service of a
the invasion, also the political sk', line over great cause.
rope Is brightening day by da\'. Military \ itories It is not quite clear whether the Allied political'
ItU the proper atmosphere in which the Allied leaders simply accepted the theory of their military
ters will stand together in unity of political counter numbers or even shared their fears In re-
IOn. gard to the popular movement on the darkened
Results are alrCeady viihbl" in the iiil steigs continent. Not only would It have been a judiciary Bunded in the service of the
ling to the continents liberation. 'nthu-iaslii- .error to refuse in the long run recognition to those Empire, numbers of men and
acclaimed when appearing at Bayeux, liberated valiant conspirators; it would have also been a very wme to-day are faced with a
in Normandy, General Charles de Gaull, should sound political miscalculation. st relentess and life-lacongce
his Committee of National Iiwration soon re- Backing the wrong horses, means loss also siruale. To take thfu meibr plce once
tised as the Provisional Government of France. in politics and It would have been unwise of the community, they must lern fte*
t fall of Rome was coupled with the fall of Mar- Allies to overlook this fact. The Giraud affair be blind. St. Dunstan's, wilk
iL Plet.ro Badogllo's Fascist-lnfected government, served as a pretty tough lesson for the purpose. your help, is ging them ithe
Yugoslavia, Marshal Tito was approached by When General Henri Giraud was put In the training and the opportunities
ng King Peter in a move to come to terms with spotlight, there were many reasons given why he they need. All men and women
leader of the people's atmy. The trend of events and not General de Gaulle was called for leadership from Home, Donainioe Indian
Plear. in the liberation of France. One of them was that sad Colonial Forces, blinded
From Bayeutx via Rome to the mountains of the Fighting French general was suspected of hay- on war service, are eligible for
irlavia, it's the same movement everywhere. It ing dictatorial ambltionf. St. Dusstan's help.
he complete renunciation of what was rotten In At least, Charles de Gaulle could never be All jnorma .en pfrm
Past, uncompromising separation from Fascism suspected of being blind to what happened Inside ULA,. Coloial Sir In Fro*..
pvery ahape. his beloved country from where he got strongest C.U... M.P., at. DM," 'S.
The certain reluctance of the Allied govern- support. So he was bound to know that his country- = 7",rs Pak. 40den. 'aw.'.
4ts in recognlsing officially that ever-rising mover- metni, from the left to the right, were simply fed ,MR iro itt.
it could have led easily to resentment and dis- up with all kinds of dictatorship a they had to li's Trinidad St. Daunits'Ast*iiu..s
Ilntment inside Europe. People who had to be every day, every hour under the cruel hardships of he 5 snda, 5,arivey, Pers-
*idered fanatic allies of the Allies, milst have such medieval regime. Charles de Gaulle, no doubt, et-S1tn.
l mixed feelngs when they saw ex-Fascists proseald- wants to play a leading part in the future of
over Italy's destiny with Allied blessing. People Francite It would mean accusing him of aheer
o never yielded in their fight agalnat the mortal stupidity if he were hoping to play It as a dicta-
'my, could not understand why the Fighting tor.
inch were treated so long as the step-children in The political clouds arc'bursting now and the
anti-Hitler alliance, misunderstandings will quickly come to an end. A
Military necessity and expediency have been powerful echo can he heard from the reports that
anuffMelent reasons to explain this state of affairs. "Washington was surprised by the reception ac-
mittedly, military mpen have always preferred the corded de Gaulle during his recent visit in France"
bh quo to profound change In political life. No- which revealed how strongly attached the people
ly will blame them for that as long as their are to de Gaulle and his associates In North Africa."
Ialne are fighting in the field. Maybe, this time, Allied capitals will be no longer surprised when
V saw more reason for being alarmed, similar scenes occur in other spots of coming
They might well have suspected the dynamic landings. It Is the people's voice that will be heard
a" Inside Europe of being conspirators or revolu- all over the continent and acclaim the leaders of
marie as their growth could not be classified ac- their choice.
ding to ordinary military rules. Such are those This is the people's war and It will be followed
lo men, Indeed; hut they are conspirators against by the people's peace. i,.m m m


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Inspecting Legislators Cpt in
.*NW TORK. June 2 (AP)_
1IiO To INUeO HfOM PA09 1 n8t1d M8us radio at Alens
it- *o a-al. erd tod= y that was offiwaly
t alternative a- dirt r a d that Italian ptrot
n A Uterditrfuef ab captured Pletro Cu om,
also stated that *"The northern portif o this Chief of the FAVist Police In
-I 12 other premises nfoor Is divided Into cubicles wtth Rome during the Nazi occupa-
th lum areas of a very arrow oorWo ning t n ofth=city. it a"that
tween them: They amre a r badly Caruso was captured at Bac-
K ventilated and qui-or hu- near Vterbo.
the euty-Mayor, man In that the height
ladst ymorningOftS eo .C se
HE'b 1 of the cubicle is ba rely four fet, l
tih ,, .' QlEr ol Tdo r which at ode time was
06011 "-Sectary, also divided into cubicles is now oc-
wihth oonditionsrce
to- betn 'th i the cdtiona ped by one family. The southern
be istig int a SokorTe corners of the garret olled Forces
the left thei onf e asea dump for this
impression that o'o- family were littered with refuse. e
lately to evacuate "This building which the Public
-I anxious to doa some- uuyl
and to m ae houses Health Department had nen en he-or
fog persona in need deavourln to close since I 041, but
was unable to do so by reason of n ero r
eerred that the an- Nthe lack of alternative accommo- ICONTINUIE d IROM PAGE 11
Soretrod was apprised oJ dation, Is now owned bye aVenegue-
s austion throuis hout Ian who lives out of the Colony. Its n of surrender. One American
tphasis wrs laid on running Is In the hands of n agent mer told him that it was no -pUAl
Stackling the prob- o whom statutory notices havover by any means. The B.C
r been served continuously with & correspondent at headquarters said
any delay, view to getting urgent huiesances there had been heavy mortar sland
r's letter to the Colonial abated. Ccurt proceedings take a machine-gun fire iat the eastern end
"for ,tngtm bfrete are deter- rn eo t
sugesting removal of long time before thof the American ag nt below St


A sidnts the preises Iil mine ahnd It Inspdlcteu l ogtnradtnk.Teprto!
s on th e premises odrine ari esd t to get the Sauveur and enemy resistance ha.
to Morvant, .has, it is simplest order carried out. also increased west of Carentain al
, been referred to the Plan- "Notices to get rid of the cubi- the base oL the peninsula.
Housing Commission, who cres in the northern portion of the oT H SCE
l Oiaousesavailable in upper floor of the main building BRITISH SUCCESa
anY others under con- cannot be pursued because It would
Itere. mean throwing at least 20 tenants Away to the east on the far side
ls atiql on the housing situa- O l to the streets, of Caen, British troops won a auc-
Sto be moved by Councillor "The general appearance of the cessful action against Geoman in-
o Wbard at the d ty 6 Councll utbilding when I inspected it along fantry and tanks. The operations
Son ThursayJne 29. aswith uhe Mayor and Deputy Mayor began yesterday with a heavy Oer-
d wThurcsd oay, u ne owas that of a dark, foul-smitlling, man attack. Thile British thres
ae dirty building, overcrowded with back the enemy and pushed for-
the recent ammend- it grown-ups oung adults and child- ward 1,000 yards to take a village
h Rent RestrcIon utOrdi- ren, litteredwith cOal-Pots and four miles northeast of Caen. Th
h proved inadequate so farpans, In ofome of the coal-pots were 1 tGermans reacted shilPdty andX
N housing situation Is con'firepreliminary to cooking. Smoke hard armoured action went on
nd ereas private enter h asa heavy nall in the interior, throughout the day in the wood
Swilling to assist t of the building. Three shillings per beyond the village. No fewer t
~cv by co.op.,ratlng wit week Is charged for each inside cu- 20 out of 35 Oerman tanks were



yK ^ c^^^ a.% the Is
lent but not without the bcle, but for those which adloin knocked cut while the British loss-
rsafeguards which do not the road charge of five shillings es have been officially described aRt
gist resolved (a) That this is asked"', e a l rs the n
li fthe opinion that the whth huh ftever1 small. Towards the end o1
ll is ofti oinane ta1t T1s Asked what he thought of the the day the Germans fell back and
Restriction o ordinance, ns941 condition cf the premises, the Me- the British troops consolidated thel
be reviewed; () a com dical Officer of Health said: "The hold on the village. EIght rocket-
,gprising members of the whole formed a very ready bed for firing RA.F. Typhoons played a
ssessment Board. Planning disease and vice" Reolylng to an- considerable part In thea German
ousin commission, and the other question, ho said that there rebuff. They attacked enemy tanks
Vounc, should be appointed were about a dozen such buildings moving into the battle and set fire



g h^to a u reie and 6 ll 'lkP^
rnment to reviead iakeIn the slm parts of the city. clos- to 20 of them. Closer to Caen oni
0nedations, ic) A copy of lng orders on which would only the western side of the River Orne
solution if adopted, to be for; succeed in transferring the evil to men of a famous British County re-
i to the Colonial Secretary." either bulldinvs many of which were giment are fighting for possession
Fow h learntu about, thne alreadY (ivefrcrowded of a chateau just outside the north-
id: rev aThe remedy," he said, "is the eastern defences of the town. The
: rece t ed a telephside litnmediate provision of adequate building has already changed hands
mi to come down as soo alternative accommodation.- four times.
e to see a building off Mar- A A T' E I
from which it was pPro- AERIAL CAT-O'-NINE TAILS
L,, eJ-ct certain tenants. WI
went down andt found WIS Allied aircraft yesterday flew
ty Magistrate Wing el about 3.000 sorties and had wh-t tis
thand I went through described as a pretty effective day,
T odncnrreoToRingForUSc ndentat)lead-
many barrack rooms quarters.Said that the Allied 'planes
C I not only worked closely with our
N vWerthe worst I have seen1 'bforwardarmour but were serving
rllotographs you have shownVPAM as a kind of aerial cat-o'-ntine ta'lt
vivid muression a flashing tihe enemy supply roads for


of accommodation, but
*. snot convey the impression
6h bad odours and most in- Lleut. Edlwin Newman, bachelor,
1at, the overcrowding, as ob- ul U.,'.N. dacnelor Utlicers' Wuar-
Ly people have been moved cut ters, Maxine square, is soon to
I way in order to obtain the waeu Higel Greil, spinster, stu-
bsha. nor do they show the dnt, ul xergerac Road, Maraval,
there is only one W.C. Ward ouf Dietgo Martin, according
0 odd people who I am told to a notice posted in the City
*W In the building. itegistry yesterday.
M satisfied that there Is u" 1it ait 12 wectuings axe listed to
woman in this Colony a place in suct around the ci.y
not devote all the etier- shortly,
thei: r power to puttin an Contracting parties are:-
p Ung state o affairs. JoSWP Al ITIN. bachalor, lounshore-
-the M-Al*niCl rtalD *11. Of I lot Lane Kiis nPoo-of-siu u
gof the nty Councl rUAtRCV 1A. m i rinstir ;k a th
reed that there IS no I"all ;orurr.o
L onBtR1 g nAIE. grocery e rk. of (6
bk on what has not uev strenet, iind MARIa CHIN, par.
S; we must look forward iMur-aeeper. .Q 16 Nelson atr.ai.
to be done and done at Ati, URt AUGUbTUSa ROBERTO,
bachletur, Joiner 1o22 Belgrade Street,
morning the M~onr 5 ad HKIBiCRTtlNE LOUI$X COX, spin.
ri l neilsr'"",," of T>aoo M,,l viloge
y Mayor and I iate~r- Toagu.
SActing Colonial Secre- toliK.i PtUL.I.IP. bacheior, stevedore,
am hopeful that this Of Ja Cclittoa Street. and MAKRY BA.
Will ber fruit immediate- IiTON, spinster, deallc duties vf
Are d determined that this' iP.sERY iuRTUNt. bachelor it-w-rd
f affairs has gone on far too i t Ange.in* aStreet, and a MAY iktT-
,sld nothing must be allowed i iE. sptter, duoiestic dutie, uof 7 Second
in the way of an imnimp- tucet, Stafl Juan.
In razing these hovels to EDWARD i.'PHFN MORRIS. bao-1
rtnit i r ?ln m1noe.Olyr,. C.lums clerk, of 30 C Jarlott street,.
OU.d.and replacing them with and MARIR RAMPERSAUD, spinster.
0I- that will be a credit to loinestinc duties o II DUiia treet, Port.
7aV. uf-Spain.
We'are of course difficulties[ VMILJAM MORELAND, bachelor, me-
e way, and big diffricultst^. chani. ol, 122 Western Main Road, it.
ie to Jn u. cu l *.n-i, i od AndADiL1Ni MNlJIA spinster,
00hlb can be too difficult to o i t Western Main itoad, mt. Jame..
if the will to o urcome L T'oN JAMNJX DES VIGNna, bachelor,
Mre., oiler, of It Cliftoun Street. and LYN
, Wight went onn "'There B ,*.rIALDINJN EDWARDS, domestic dutil.
C .C -a r ,nti -, I1, ""--o "' Na" m et iad d ress.
I t living WitK ^ ^ *' UN HERNANDEZ. bachelor. me.
N In t 1I building, and I feel clianicof 106 Duke St.ret, and CYiILLA
S provided a wonderful ex- MAY SALVARY, spinster, ofu o at. Joseph
of canine devotion, I cannot R oad.
whe that that dr would pre- I'ij.-JAMB5 DICURUL, bachelor.
6l4ve in No, n1. 0 "prprrteiwr, of 17 CbIrlotto Wtrest, ad
S. nu,, u.Marine Square r;NA TAYLOR, spinster, seamstrM. mt1
OUld live in the square itself ,I Prince street.
-the building, in my opinion,
lt for a dog to live in."
rfareanog sad: "No. 10 Marine SAN FtANANOO
S0Mnri? ses three semi-de- tul.o sUO|coorN, bachtlor, Int-
N building. No. I, a range attenda.,nt, u irysaad, and MARTHA
W1 PIrtmentil built of concrete |JATICK, spsintero. 01 ilipro.
The floor walls andpnar PJAIKAn Al. S CrAeTOO, mUabalor, .oh
re out o? r^i .- 'Prince "t tytee attest, la F"ernango,
Are Out of rePair and dirty, and VIOLET PATRICK. sptinter. ogt as-
ow occupied as a parlour, prillo. I
laundry and tailor shop. WALTER jIJUSTAVOS CORDNER,
k the second building a bacttejor, soider, io PoifntsT-a-Plrre,
three rooms built of con- Imlitary camp. and ZI.DICA VIRONICA
d --d --".. 'S" iKUNO, spinster, of Cixston Bsay.
dwood Covered with tilCes, ALPHI McfUICN, bachelor, proprietor,
5t Ue ground. The walls and of Deie, nd YVONND a!LMONTa..
%e dirte and occupied mtlnstcr, of 8#1 Juan.
S$ l main building, is a
'building built of con- DANES DESTROI FACTORY I
Wood with batten doors, sTOCKHOLM, June 24 (Reuter)
*I aShopand a storeroom -According to the Bwedish radio,
MO unfloor is In bad re r saboteurs have destroyed the only
Upe florIs n ad epirDanish armaments factory In the1
|sthe partitions, The walls
rase are in vary bad re- ls.;bour of Copenhagen. This fac-
Bdirty. It is occupied by 60 "'oy has been working exclusively
|i In cubicles, Only one for the Germans since the occupa-
r e as privy accommoda- tion. It is reported that the Oer-
ese ople and there mane have executed eight Danes
en which is always very as a reprisalfor this action.



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many miles behind the battle area.
On the beaches the weather has
improved and a B.B.C. correspond-
ent says the wind has dropped in
the Straits and our arrears in un-
loading are being made up
David Bernard, another B.B..
correspondent has given some idea
of the chaos cause by the recent
bad weather. He was In the Bri-
tish troopship Oheshire and when
he went ashore he saw landing
craft of every description piled up
on top of one another as though
a cyclone had hit theman. A naval
officer t9d him the aortiwasterly
gWlM wrich did the damage only
came to that coast once every six
years, but Bernard added that re-
gair work was already In hand. One
ulldoser yesterday was on the
beach and many of the wrecked
craft were being fitted for sea
again. Before he left he could
again see the heartening sign of
clouds of dust rising above the
roads leading Inland as supplies
once more rolled up to the front.
Bombers Swarm Out
In Air Offensive
LONDON, June 24 (Reuter)-
Allied aircraft of all types have
been swarming out across the
Channel today to keep up the of-
fensive against occupied Europe.
The only official news Is that
United States Fortresses and Lib-
erators with fighter escorts at-
tacked rail bridges and airfields
and other military targets In
France. The German radio spoke
of Allied bomber formations over
northwest and western Germany.
During the 'night RA.F. Lan-
casters attacked rail targets far
behind the main battlefield to
check the movements of German
reinforcements. A large concen-
trtUon of rolling stock was bombed
to the north of Bordeaux and Le
Mans.
Rail yards near the front were
attacked by Mosquitoes while other
Mosquitoes bombed the Oerman
port of Bremen.
Lancasters and Halifaxes were
also out in strength last night at-
tacking four German flying bomb
installations In the Puas de Calais
and several of the crews reported
seeing large explosions.
More of these German flying
bombs came over southern ing-
land during the night and again
early this morning.
An enemy aircraft was destroyed
over the North Sea last night.

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Hitler's MigN tiest Bastion

In Russia Threatened
tCWITIUEO FROM PA 1)
The order was uthe aeowd in a way In iisiana hands. The Jam
few hours, the first having an- runs on the northwet
nouced 'that Rusian troop. DvinAk to RIga, LaWa. "heo"
i th campaln t o knock 1ains mor UMa doubled thoM
P nd out of the war, have announced for the first day of Vi*s
crossed the Svir River along Its great summer offensive.
whole 10-mile course between T e campaign began with W5
Lakes Ladoga and Onea and soults on both the aor.hwest and
= gained up to 19 miles in three southwest of Vitebsk, hinge ot the
days. German defence positions on '.he
Stalin directed each victory to vital White Ru tan front. that
be saluted by 20 rounds from 224 represents the tmot direct route
guns tonight. The order dealing to the heat of the Reich.
with the Vitebsk front disclosed VICTORY HONOUR ED
the offensive there was under the in commemoration of the victory
command of Colonel-General Ivan achieved, the troops and formation s
Bagramlan. whose First Baltic that particularLy distngulished
Army made the original advance themselves in fighting. are to be
close to Vitebak last winter, invested with the name Vitebsk,
Gains on the central front te- and be cited for award with order .
presented a great pocket pounded The order of ithe day read:
n out in the German fortifications "Today. June 24, at 1015 p.m. in
Between Vitebsk and Polotak. 60 the capital of our motherland, Mos-
miles to the northwest, and placed cow. in the name of the mother-
d most of the Vitebsk-Polotsk rail. land will salute the gallant troops
d of First Baltic front, who breached
d _the German defence$ with 0 or-
t "For your excellent military op-
erations, I express my thanks to
U^'o na .all troops who have taken part In
In BoIo i the battles for the breach of the
enemy defence line. Eternal glory
e'A J I to all those here who f tell In
A n M J Ifla the struggle for freedom and Ii-
dependence of our mothersnd. Bitt
s -- death to the German Invaders.
By THOMAS HAWKINS Si-ned Staltn"
SBERNE, June 24 (AP)-Reports The Russilans now stand aboast
groinm the Italian frontier told of 275 miles from the horde x of
e street fighting In Bologna and Ml- east Prussia. The GCr,-.s thom-i
l an, general strike In Genoa and selves admitted In a iX '-h Com-
strikes In several factories In Turin mand communmique that. "st.er!
with the German-Fascist grip on enemv infantry and *ank form-'
Snorthern Italy steadily weakening, tlonv on Ioth sldes of Smo'en.si.
The Swiss Telegraphic Agency said eratratrd or forest p witlont."i
that Gernuin troops had been es- and t v.e, 'ade no f r'l--i o' -,al'
tablished as permanent guards in thrown laclk or lial'd <'il.s ad-
f Milan factories to stop strikes and vance. h ,,t sid nr.lv tha' f "defen-
Scheck the wave of sabotage. Five hbattl In t!-') area 1as cnn-
r The newspaper "La Sulsse" re- trl,,re with increIilnr violence." i
. ported that an Italian General was qtallu In mn order of *he dav n
I commanding the Puirtlsans in the General Kvrl' lVeietskov jltd:
STurin sector, Including former "Troons of t.he Karellqn fCro. t,01h
SFrench, British and Russian pris- mim"ort frP,' elanl- of shins of 0e1
e owners of war. It said Bologna T,ado-*a flotllla. nfter Po r" ,-lPrl
i Partisans numbered 80.000 and the offensive north and e't o' th-i
r street battles continue in the city T,odeplnn pol" forced *he Tivc,'
Where electrical works and German .vir. Alone the whole f,'nnt from
Barracks were attacked. T,Bne Orneca to TALhe T4do, th r
"La Suisse" said forces at La broke throu-ih tron"lv fortfled
e Spezia navwl base and around Flor- nen,V efer'es ant iftel e"vane-
ence, were attacking the retreating tn durinn" three day of offensive
227th German Division. Other re- hattle. from '0 to90n '- `-tOt PM
ports said bhat Partisans wearing oervni'd more than "00 fn ahlted
Oernwn uniforms appeared before lorplities. 'rhesp tncitd*rt Thd-
Sa prison warden and obtained all nwrr.'Iie. Svirstrol. Vomositlne.
s the prisoners who joined thel MH nhalo'-l.oe Nefrorern. T',hns-
SFrench guerrillas. A German ma- vsetga, 1erezhnsya and Miken-
* Ior and atelist captain were asses- tyvero.
a sinated at Saveno, near lake Meg- .
ore --Sugar Subsidy Plan

M.P's Hear Queried In House
Replyilng to a question on the
l Eas subsidy to' Trinidad's sugar cane
s T on I (A r P industry, Colonel Oliver Stanley
Lld tihe House of Commons last
assistance was to improve the ef
U nem pllleI tl ficiency of the industry, which he
Local effort' to cope with the said had been affected by war
increasing spread of unemployment conditions, and to encourage wto-
following cesation of work on kes to seturA in an effort to In-
US. bases, were explained by C l- crease the production.
U.ae were te pine e y Col- colonel stanley made this state-
onel Oliver Stanley, the Secretary ment in the course of his rely to
of State for the Colonies, in the a question by Mr. W. Gallacher
House of Commons last week. tc- questio r. W. Gallather
cording to a B.B.C. broadcast st who sought informathe nshls to what
night. proportion or the subsidy would be
night, divided between the big sugar com-
Mr. Thomas Fraser had asked panived b enthe small cane farmers.
the Secretary of State for the Col-and i the mall cane w f mers
ones whether he ,) aware of the and whether In view of the subsidy
deepconcern iThna oi ng to the Industry would be made to pay
deep concern in Trinidad owing to the wage increase now being de-
the growth of unemployment fol- aee-
lowing the completion of work on TheaSecretary of State tdet(k
the American bases. Mr. Fraser Tesecretarye f State undertook
also wanted to know what plans sto cure the necessary information
were being made. to ab'b t-e from the Actlng Governor of the
lWere being made to amsgrb tu e Colony and to make it available to
labour now becoming redun( tnt members as early as possible.
Colonel Stanley replied tha the members as early as possible.
Government f Trinidad was fu"y
aware of the need to deal by *II City Barracks To Go
available means with the situation I Mo T ui fl
resulting from the release of labour In Move To Build Offices
from the U.S. bases. He said that The "Sunday Guardian" under-
more than 3,000 workers had been stands that Mr. R F. Nathaniel,
absorbed by local food -".^uctlon solicitor, lately of the firm of Kel-
alone and the process was continu- shall and ( ). l, i bought over I
ir.ng. Agricultui., In general and the block of city barracks at St. Vin-
sugar industry In particular, were c:nt Street. in a $14.000 deal, and
slill in a position to offer employ- plaM to replace the buildings
ment, but the number of workers there immediately with a two.
who had so far registered w s stores structure to house 11 offices.
snwill. The Government, he added, '--
had a considerable work programme -
In hand which should meet de-
mand for employment, but that FOR SALE
programme depended on supply of
materials and equipment which the
Trinidtid Government was mating
every effort to obtain. PREMISES &1 QUrUaN'S
-- :PARK WEST, large two Storey
residence contalnlng f ur bed-
R A F three batSri din-
R .A .e S n I lng room, drawing room, study
and pantry with outbuildings
8 NT zi Sh s consisting of kitchen, store-
0 Nazi S ips age for two cars andh -
room,_ servant's _quarters, gar'-
0 a-feur's quarters. Land extendI
LONDON, June 24 (AP). Air to Woodford Street and cor.
Ministry announced today that 80 prices 40,000 superficial feet
vessels, sunk by the R.A.?. In day more or less.
and night attacks on June 14 and
15 in the ports of Le Havre and Offers In writing to be made
Boulogne, included 22 E, and R- on or before JULY th and
boats, three torpedo boats, one cor- addresed to the Manscer,
vette, one minesweeper, three Barclays Bank (D.C. &O)
tenders, six tank landing craft, a who does not undertake to ac-
.cor" of naval auxiliaries and a cept the highest or any offer.
score of vessels of various other _
types. .... ----- --- __
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wrece'Assam "Pus Title StMh Ovao_ --
A SakeInm 'oGhouralal Cup Cricket Final' ...-..--
SeTsk ^.^^r*1!Starts At Mahaica Oval Today ;4=7 $2S^^3
!AtStoke I Both Tores e.rehSple06tea 02
ou e sa t Aas -ourMtarts..
hi a eiU d\ tlm 'S ___ri __ .... uidSt rae tAaer beene daeevd .t.r. Po g Al- -, u i,
Two mt ha boi t ars w be .s at the.Pr uino u i.Suaday u&ard m Ceteu 3 teot. A "plicants t
Son, We on ridaW. June promoted by Mr. Hamel Yats part pro- i LA BRA June 3 The final game for the much-coveted -- n-eii Ausoclaste Mebersp
s of Wih will be donated to the Owersas ContLngent W elf areO o L G o crirt trophy takes pluce o theU MahalcOs ht -PintpoeAs tutei of Mlectric
wd Wi thet other wlU, be held on Thursday. July 20 staged by I tin. on Sunday afternoon when Acme oA," winfrS of the "A" dvo I1] --- i mus t i have ha.
r. Orto NapIntsto .ai to h e Convent Relef rmd,. |meet AntillesU Ofleld, winners of the B -B1 division In what promli s DISTIBUTO RS. o C f the Runs am
B r i awr s$n iAsaeorge- jto be a highly Interesting struggle. tree -- of.ethe institution ofi
~in .n ix-round bout, will 9L_____to___&___ft *.Claarlelte Stret teIstttono
"sgsolgh nJn -0 a t~ Therg
= Aentlt aJun The two finalists enjoyed a AM eandee Intend lneers of Great
s potht on June highly succesful season. EachI THONK A l eadid twlh ttend. the Fire Underwrlt
taO recently icord a I l |lsyed x matches Md won them0_0_vmlY frs" ta .king the Phrmacey Lecturesi States.
decis" onver.laedsi= atches aid won them' nui p rs1HN 4 iStat derwis.
____________ill thel Atssist-I## P H e Applications must raaib
paover *u _jRall in convincing fashion to emerge "u Sp o 0 ting the Dr mac Let u nd As"rst- e.
e at and iso alCou HaS at the top of their respective -o I t Emitlm deIsIe otlatferhu
I~tilegh tSoccdiviionssTo EST sDO TOURPuNIMNMG. sift DrUggists E1aminations"Idersignell not laterhnm
Sthe defeat and annexae' divisions. M et l&To a ,. s OTOR .-
, er _taJ. t te. w Both teams are well balanced, M eetmg a s. ksad M a sles. r hereby ned that the on the 3rd July. 1M44
- Z Barrette, the whirl wkd1 Opossessing as they do some of the. Y us adiOrder.will beginoon There-
also fih a w i .als tSneetrn- W N w Presildent I "- f nes players I theCountyof S .-"-- 5.. aNri t wa. l etue BY Order of T SaK-
ha p.rTevi box- uslyr i-St. Patrick and It Is anticipated Couva sports, washed out twice Tht .. t thg
fought twipreviously. that hundred of cricket fns will by rain, will be held today, rain or THE SOITHERN PRINTER y W.
ii low h flrit "hy ItIr^in -i-- N a, Cp fit hundreds a ot cr icket te a ns Xr.,eOre Dxon the AND BOOKSHOP e l oyls Victori Institute.
Ingt winning first occa- Sunday GadanCrepdnt be in attendance to witness the sunhDe, B.GeogeSixnth
harding^ him^ ^^.^ t^ S ^ aX ^S o CURErec. Jue2 r.Hny3LbJune. 1944.?
amw ingon the Cen rvice-.. . .. which w ibepunday 20 Pointe-a-Plerre Road, SanT,
presidentt dtheGeorge "Guardian." Fernando & Princes Town. SThep sandirestoJ
Sie Anootbasll Aociation, was Name Criket Cup eem t Eric Brown, dashing opening Leading athletes from South and' ($4.1) d
gird drills and will .,I- elected president or the 1344 sea- was won this ear by Belmont batsman. will skipper the Anttilles North wil clash in grim battles for" the Secretary, Medical Board
totd idrit Liand htwOot id ovea n lst night on. of the most y Recreation Club eleven, combination and under his cap- rs. before July 3rd to enure ad- ,
Dinagbaiost D .gtonadGbonsadi hotly contested elections the asso- and above. Earle Leslie, captain. taincy will be such excellent play- The.re will be a 21-item, pro-
Data" two n l Gbbotnr st enea tindhi swinSe for the past secretary, holds the coveted prize, ers as W. RamJallacksingh, or- gamnun blue riland event being EIspDloRT UI ,
other hisybrthsars.forit hesspddestruholdsspinthelehet-mile randopen, for which Royal Naval Club mIssionVERTEUIL, PROPE
Siehis morning, ew years. i-o dtruci spin bowlern G. Mr. H. Alan Walker, Resident Di- i
A mnton, latest victim of Mr. J. B. Swift,--ho wsecre-reee hog bastr ans Eritbowlerean a .rector of Caroni, Ltd., has donated 2 ePARKEASTretary,MedlBd.
Al (Bob&) Adams, will match tary-treasurer for a number of- Ticke Thomas a .rn d.. TFS
against (Big Coon) Dixon. years, and Mr. A. H. Potlea were hittlng batsman; Erid de n reltt as West'yIndies SPorts Association
Ilthe four rounders. the Ru- unsamnimotly elec' d us'eIecretar-p f. wicket-keeper and sound batman; wllb nngt a powerful teamP T D P.
and^^^ assstnt ecetry htt TEA DANCE BARGAINS FRui SAtc
nrt Lee Fun-Coco Kid oilkestreaurer and assistant secretary y W. Pierre, left-arm spin bowler Wilson, 4 -yards chamn-ion; D. FARGA
Lee ut wilhl otttrs. respectively:.iasI n ahngbtmn A'tAN
Leed '~fw. has thae dero keaftv erl s bengintld Sfll Cnd d ashing batsman F str Ragcoomax, distance acs; and top
Swill hold mobt nteres. Mr. Clarke after being installed left-arm spin bowler of clan andTE AyANCEontlowe,
Leeltmuib hae never dropped atheeofclssndclasscyclistsDarrington Eowe,
decision si ce he started boxin to his office thanked the re esen-I d a dogged batsman: Carl Davis, ty-E. Bolden, James Mulrain, 1, e Picton Street possessionn: 3 Possession i
tes il rcordtatives for their whole-hearted sup- iyo lish stroke-maker; H. Sealy, H. Glasgow and Victor Etienne, while Mson v Street. possession: 22
and intends to maintain this e ort and confidence placed by them- to y Barclay, E. Chandler, N. Noel and theother riubs will be represented. T H U S D A Y Harve Place. Lart ematv: 207/ .
yIn~lo, H m th ofes^ ectedT o r and hoe UUe.ou o I,.p -^-'^^^^te on n otags YERBD
when he comes up ag. a ,ht l11e F(Jthe officers elected and hoped J. Jones. Thomas O'Connor, Henry W1l- Paris Boulevard: 132 Second Street-
tYoung Ghouralal son of the Slams, will also race and.Makeyt153 Old o t. Josee h Road. sMa-No
A follows:- promote better and keener football za. first cls final between Invin- donor of the trophy, will lead the Fernandes may laso compete forN val: Edward Street: St .- Sr- .3.SCOTT'
JB ROUNDERS n l t v-but rlt a tnQehen'i Ster: Frerc StV inrenet Georg
R.OPilgri v .this season., sgid cnle and QueenM Park "A" a ths Acme XI which will include such honours. Street: Frederick Street: Geore
SPilgrim v L. Aam. Nine clubs havye signified their in- Oval yestcday on account of rain, stars as C. Z. a, hard-hitting it is expected that Georg Lewis Street and ueen Street. poes-.
e. Berrette v J. Ramao. tention to par ipatein the forth- but the match will be continued batsman and brilliant pace bowler; and George Baker the sprinters of .N.A.S DANCE BAN ree and Q e S.-
C. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oa ifret R aoDol.Bthe weatshae mn tr p lay- t hs uaeou guaryers.d Larg and smallnM *"r i. ~ ---- k
M. Hernandez v CBapt.e. Py T league's competition o In e weather permits. Lee Brown, aggressive stroke- the moment, will be clashing in the loans on Mortgages.
(BogeOoon Dixon v Hamy te following wegre the omp e rs Invincibie wler skattled out for 62 lon on oa No. 3. HYDERADAD
(Bg 0 0) Dx n v H m y The following were the raicers or6 maker and medium-pace bowler; sprints. tIV -al N . dDEnIAD "
Linton. elected: President Mr. .Clarke: runs o the first day. i- aight n ei umpi e bowler gfias Pl es re b keived.N Nra DaidFevec
stavice-president.Mr.1.vannah made 126 for igo t E. John, spin bowler of clC a Post entries wvNormanDaid-Feveck
BOva ROUNDERS Achong. ye- M An. against Belmont n their Slazenger i d t ba n C aay Ra sa A
R. Lee Fun v Coco Kid Gilkes 2nd vice-president Mr. S. Q. Fraser; C n te s Suaand R y an 1 y, p ay e Real Estate Agent
Tom Joaquim v J. dca Souns. secretary-treasurer. Mr. J, El. Swift: Cup final started last Sunday and R. Mh yers and H. Mlayers, players Eatr Chetsines tre. t
Tomeratcis c Vlou r. Souelsta nt-C.E. cia-reta,, Mr. Joa. .iH. a, keen battle fo honours is anti- who could be depended upon in 3t. Vincent street,
Berrette v R. ulgall. ssistynt-eCrta, Ocipated this afternoon, an emergency and a number of hesate .Chs _
Barrette v ghg. Cato. D rle. Both teams have many star I other u seful players.
W. Bermer v "One Punch" The managementcoitee co- ers and colorful cricket Mr. J. Clement, of Cruse Oil- ADMISSION .. -

Todr,^ mu~eM prse theI folwig PH. Pongke H.ub T enkae defate oyoruu crike shouldl bele___
older. praised the following H. Clarke. H. tleorder of the day. fields and Mr T. C. Grdiner, o
J. Reomney v J Seebalack. Aeong. S. Q. Fraser, J. B. Swift, Fordham and Spartans will con- Brighton, will umpire the games Play in the seventh round of the on. el dy Mebr-R IN 44 B I
CA"D FOR JULY 20- A. H. Doyle, M. Achong, D. War-I tinue tile Pemb -.ton League cricket which Is scheduled to begin punc- Eustern Chess Club championship
Assam will also figure In the ner. H. Springer, R. Thompson and final on the Queen's Park Savannah tually at 1 o'clock. tournament resulted as fo owe: I
prand .I colourful Belmont Or. C. E. BliRze. toda ,v.Tepeettono h n J. S. Quashie won by default IromEDAORLDE
bout on July 20 against On the first day's play three other prizes will be made at 'he E. Boxili. O LD
olrel B te Ore. t BagoFordhanr wC ai e toder.a sent back endtof the ame. N. CarnSbad adjourned with 0. fo m0 1 *e
This bout is expected to pro- roenuy 'r71 rmuns, and Spartans replying' a m. Stanford. No. No e.A M. iS'
nae lit ghtw ewigt acen. pixr M o icket's rces- 17 runs. F. a W. do Verteull defeated It. $7,0 O 00 WoedN
Loues Barred, who h olo d the ,If rain prevents olny this morn- Pof Po ng l S com e emoval Noti
iLg.ithe match willobeoplayed inmthelClubs
Trinidad amateur welterwelghtu Todaygthesmatch will be played in the glC. Kernkraut defeated Ayoub _ __r_
itle, will be puttn is title at S nr CC., f Arma, will Jour- Mr. Pe ,alm Stewart and Mrb. ptighsilea tro m.MSarnondefeateda. Members are hereb.. notifiedi
stake apialvat George Baker In a 6 1 C. o iilwllJu-M.P'l~ twr ndM'~ e t Iiaon tMatMcegrnnindefeatedUNDAY.
six-rounda e orge Bakerr. ney to Port-of-Spain to engage Lovt Johnson will umpire. Me titn.2 that beg lnniu from etiUNDAY
Len McKell. who has proved one Challengers C.C, last season's Fssex and Hutchinson's XT will The Trinidad and Tobago Are- FIXTURES FOR THiE th ROUND N Jy 5. BA.
f the best pugilists in his es, champons,ic alendly lad-s'WayA a quarter fin als fixture ainLtedur tble Tta ,A aion are 0. Stanford plays E. Boxeill. n longer be held at 79 henry


championDs.Th irni a frt'rllv ladia'pla sof ad urulstooer fna iture ometl no'.^S East end~n ofr Pee~n^^kn itm S~~O*"e Yul r**
d won A special prize for giving ket fixture on the Que'i's Park the Peann erton League, under the Javing quhe a0.usy time dealing J. S. Quashe plays E. 0. Martin. -'. t Street. but t-
the best boxing dspy I Savannah at I pm. today san conditions s the final if bad wih requests for affiliation Irom N. Carlsbad plays F. W. de Ve- 8 PEMBROKE STREET
recently, xinislay wIuth re Mr. A. St.hilaire and Mr. P. weather prevents play this morning., cltbuila3ve t CE ,.
will clashGute will umpire. Wol ner of this match wil lmeeticlubs al over the Colony. R.. Remain plays Ayotb Sabgs. TTrstqlrC
Jones of the Ary, who is a l ie following me i.bers will r BrdIoi d in the ueen next All over the islandnew clubs areapsb t IP 55
courageous battler. prrse t Acme C.C. in a friendly week. r i l ging up and veterans are C. Kernki aut play M. Mcr- General Meetings every First'HON'
a tody 'M. Sam Liv pooll and Mr. Albert oiang i, ed tr.aInin in preparing Do nI O CurtE S NDrAY.
R. O'Bren. of the Orphanage, match againrot D'Abatie C.C. today. pr eparing t JUNIOR CHESS 'ad J T Afte 4_ Pm.
among thetop-ranki.r leather-J Manburgh(capt Ram-Trimningan will umpire. tagcab,'lintcome-oack. The Junior tournament enters Fog further Informationc



cntkswncls wt he*i pl-mH Vlaanbrh(aptA S. Ralmn nti .-y ptofa aces will Jumpi~n'Slna n Tior toramn 1e44 thei TH SECRETARY.^^* 54 i u n a1
weight fighters, will oppioee C. singh, R. Izama. M. Khan, K. Applications from cubs intending It is hoped, however, that lady upon the seventeenth round, with H S Etre Port-of-Spain n
crdIao. s AugustusG.0Douglass. C. Flemmins. to take part In tile 1944 soccer sea- clubs will avail thenmselv4 of We !only two more frames remainingSt.............A*..Q
The card Is follows: rrsn, N. Aqut. lVance, V son of the Pembherton L'ague must opportunity of seeking afflUlatons complete the tournament. Play be- i
I. sROUND S Dairum, and A. Wharffe 12th man. be made at a general meeting on there would be separate .ompeti- gins as usual at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
L Amai vSFrancis, Stroilern Sports Club of San WedneVday. tions for thtm. ASHTtON VILLA TO MRZT
L. &arradas v George Baker. Jusa will be at home today to the A committee to manage the Clubse king affiliation are ad- Ashton Villa Sports Club will hold
L. McKed l v Private Jones. Guardian table tennis amd football affairs of thle League for this yew's visedtlmp w i t e 1a 01 m nat No 4 Ward
0. Ramaonv ORrien. teams, soccer season will also be elected rotary, Capt. nLeslie C. Hughes, at e \ W Z op 69 7 r a' neo 8m tomorrow are usic
FOUR ROUNDS Th' tennis t erle. comes of! at and rules to govern the competi- rtr.Ca. elC.Hgs, Am tapm.ooro TeM ic f... '
F. Baptiste v Cpl. Brathwalte. 9 a.m. at the St. John's Hall and ons Leagle and K.O.- -will be lb O'connor Street, Woodbrook, There are many important tems" ,
"One Punch" Holder v Nunes. the football at the Aranjuez Sa- announced, before June 30. on the agenda for discussion. I
Sgt. Boyce v M, Hernandez . vannah at 4.30 p.m. Mr Joh Pemb'rton.s will preside, a_ 0 C HPINe
Joaquim v Young Serrette. Strollers at ping porig: V Jtohn O C H O P IN



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Do Soura, D, Fitzpatrick. R. Smith Hickson, V Oibbons, K. Jaggfr- nile cycle event.
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i? &rtu we"e ye-

rSans th 1sthalf
t owrinp In M5 4-5. we
at the finish. Carnival
other a lot before he went
ME wroark. but eventually ran
a Mae in 5 3-5.
Sm very comfortable
4 ..pi .g4t i back strongly
S imle ntn weakened
e at~ce from home,
tn B furlnw In i.0s.
ws sent over a mue,
h traversed the last 7
S(winning post to winning
1.44-Harrns called for an
over the last 50yards and
re responded with a power-
rLuck and Silver Native
Aked to run over 5 furlongs,
the latter blew out like a
I balloon before 3 parts of
trney were completed, causing
LUCk to get home lengths
S1.07 2-5.
shaft gained a host of sup-
% by running 71 furlOngs in
.5 Skylark was detailed to
j2 over the last 5. but a late
by her rider somewhat de-
4inshaft, who was rated
Wor some distance, but fin-
strongly. It was a corking
gallop for Sunshaft, and he
ae some stopping cn race


T7 Agal ran half-mile in 54
be but showed H tendency to
f or the paddock before com-
of his -un.
showed vastly improved
en sprinting half in 52 2-5
l o was allowed to step over 5
getting back in 1.07 2-5.
ltte gave Jockey Ramirez a
f of trouble, as the Jcckey
wted to stead:- the hard-pull-
hare to a steady pace over "I
s -ahe ran back in 1.46 2-5,
a terrific battle for her head.
Daisy ran Impressively over b
Sa -ee last half in 51 3-5.
eed exhibited some dash In
'*W1 ping 5 furlongs in a shade un-
0LW--good work for the 8-year
^|| |mare..
SsAnemone was not found wanting
brt asked to run the same dis-
Vrce-ohe got the trip in 1.06.
War Lcrd again outran half-
Stother Sam Lord when they Pan 5
fto s Jn the splendid time of
rp IM--Sam Lord, with James up. did
1tot try at the finish.
Minesweeper took things ea.silv
'S en stepping 3 furlongs in 41 secs.
V. aBahawk (Yvcneti and Corn-
(Thirkell, were sent to work
lIlonUP. No sooner had they
Tomahawk on the inside,
V lp to jump the rail, but
to clear It, fell and threw
Swho, luckily was not se-
hurt. Coroneila then worked
In 53 2-5, and Temahawk (with
feste up) was sent back to gal-
SL furloWs, which he ran In 1.09
e Abbess came out of the 6-8
In 1.21 2-5.
Highness tcved with Resent-
when stepping 40 furlongs-
half mile in 53 3-5. Transmitter
half mile In 53 seconds.
Maiden's Choine comfortably
3$ furlongs In 1.67 3-5.
Ie Track (with Pletcher upl
.another fly-jumping display
sE Starting a 71 furlong gallop,
Ie ran in 1.41 3-.
ilI^lltbs Up, breaking frcm the
post, Picked up Easter Morn at
five. Thumbs Up was clocked
1"3.0__ for her gallop, and .aster


. _WNMAT OAMttAN JUNE MI


Do Grand Gallops, As Tiack Opens


T


Morn, who finished rather wenll re-
turned 1.06 2-3 for his Journey.
Pearly Glow and Really Plying
were sent dcwn to the -4 chute,
Really Plying apparently had in-
structions to lead, but failed to get
going sumficlently early, which
cauAWed the speedy black mare to be
strongly rated. They ran the last s
in 1.07 with Pearly Glow dbistroMd
at the finish.
Brown Bread was very impressive
In running from the chute in 1.21
1-5-he finished with rare pcwer
after displaying plenty of early
pace.
Ramirez settled him nicely after
the first quarter.
Leap Year ran circle around Bea
Rover, when they stepped out of the
chute in 1.21 3-5--she appeared to
have enjoyed the gallop and also
finished strongly-Rzver looks a bit
short and cracked up half a furlong
from home.
Colleen put In a smart run over
half-mile by stepping t distance
in 51 2-5 -very good time for a 0
class mare.
Darling. Ras Taffare, Happv Days.
Pippin, Scarvs, Saracen, Portora,
Jetsam and Sahib breezed for their
finals today.
Oleneagle, High Hat. Democracy
and Chinkar,t cantered and Lirlk
cantered.
Portora breezed 3 furlongs In 36
sees. flat.


South Old BoysI

Win St. Mary's,

CollegeMatch
The northern section of the St.
Mary's College Union which jour-
neyed to San Fernando on Sunday
to play an annual cricket match
against the Southern 'Old Boys'
w-re defeated by six wickets.
South won the toss and as'nt In
North to bat, and they could mus-
ter only 58 runs. C. A. Roach 24,
S. Hamel-Smith 9; P. de Gannes
3 fcc 1N A. Heath 3 for 6, A. Boy-
ack I fur 2.
South replied with 59 for 4: A.
Heath 19 reJred, A, Boyack 20 not
out: N. Clarke I tfor 10, A. FPrancis ,
I for t, M. Qu'snr! I fcr 17.
The North team arrived at San
Fernando at about 10 a.m. and
were met at the railway station by
Dr. Tsol-a-Sue And Mr. F. de
Gannes, and entcr-tain'd to lunch
at the Catholic School.
Dr. Tsoil-a-Sue in his speech wel-
mrned the Northern team which t
was accompanied by Rev. Father
Montes de Oca and Rev. James
Ward, and Mr. V. Quesnel. and ex-
plained that, Mr. Bernard, thjse war-
den, and Dr. P A. Rostant w-re
unavoidably abasst.
Rev. Father ,. inter ,eplled, and
said that he was representing Rev I
Father Byrn?, the acting principal
of the college who was detained in
Port-of-Spain because of the con-
firmation at the College Chapel. HW
was glad to be there especially as
he was a past student himself.
Mr. F. de Gann's leapt, South),
Mr. C. A. Roach (capt, North).
and Dr A. 0. Prancis also spoke
Mr. Ray Dieffenthaller offered a
cup for conmoetition annually, and
was Informed by Dr. Francis that
that was a bad thing, as South
now could lnot win any more of
these match's.


CIKIROPRACTORS' NEW LOCATION
-14 wwmCIi STRErET (opposite St. Marys's cmw

Dr. oe. R. Ferreira
and
Dr. Gladys F'erreira.
foinerly of Naw York City
and British Guiana and for
the past 7 years at 31
Frederick Street, Port-of-
Spain, are now at 114
Fraserick Street (opposite
St. Mary's College).
'hone 554.


lt. Glady Ferreira (D.C.)


Dr. J. R. Ferrein. (D.C.I


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GiemB


Indians


Woodbro
Stop I.R.
Ping-Pon
Match-winning
Indian Recreatiol
outfit was broke
quintet of Woodbm
the odd match
duel played betwe


he Indian Recreat
4 Pembroke 8t
light.
Bolstered by th
heir line-up of Rt
top-ranking Color
looked formidable
was not surprising
victory from the
tian combination.
Opening the nil
before a large gal
hunrgry ping pong
Wyatt, of Gem, d
stanza to the R
meon." Robert
clinched the second
deciding third fra
Gunness' clever
rallies was a perfe
forehand slamming
player went on to
by three points.
Majid Ibrahim,
tion's skipper the
toughest player, H
first game wen' t
clearly outmance
making the hon
services for col
smashes. But Ib
daunted, he cha'
the second frame
out de Souza's sla
quick placemen:s
the side lires, Ibre
deserved game.
In the deciding
once lmor, impose
ityle on his oppor
to win the match
Noble Sarkar
Gem captain, L. P
games, making th
in favour of the
In the night's
match, Fitzroy
Barbados ace
much of his rec
by getting the bi
The backhand f
Jackman many v
avain his best w
however, no cal
diminutive R.?cre
Jackman "below
winning the sect
Akal, was over
ever, and dropped
slanza to a stead
R. Miranda put
doubt by crushing
straight sets to g
credited victory.
The score; follc
tlan Recreation
toned first:-
Gunners beat W
21. 21 -18.
Ibrahim lost to
21--17. 14-21,
Sarkar defeated
21-14.
Atal lost to Jact
I. 19-21.
Mohipp lost to
T-21.


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-finub# *Uirt had thetis ink "ma ude to order' eon-
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elose-up view *t Ste inuhshlag line was 1 deed more than
an .omhaipf t watching work on th exe 4y55un
ead Sinisaewa u per .trainers' Instructios, vary with


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2t Staford And
IFine Wins InTit

3on2 -i0 seU cond reuti of the Wt"
13 -2 elked lAt Wedneday evening at t
-B. J. BedU made amends for has 4
I& S ..a.d. =tla e lat wegt to win a wela-
OK Sqla played neount'r fromin Dr. A.:
,Cs Winning anet.- rhe opening stage oz tbtt
.s W--- inm match took tle form of an Uvana
ig Streak cambnt declined. in which Bed'll
played the white ip-ees. Late in
streak of the the mid uame Frtail suffered a
a ..litte loss in the exchanges, ano
n table tennis Bedell led an attack on an open
n by the Gem board with camncu covering to pro-
tect his king. Bedell's attack became
oak who clinched inresls.lble though Francis made
in a flv-game omne attempt to gath-r his forces
St c for a counter, that never ma-,
en the club at tertclatsed.
tion clubrooms at Go Stanford gave a brilliant
ret o ia erformance to win from F. W. de i
street on riday Vrt'lul. The game did not extend
to any length as Stanford got In a
ie inclushm on ;urprisingly strong attack through 1
udolph de Souiza, g early sacrifice De Verteull found
ny player. Gem himself defenceles.
enough, and it D. D. Campbell-Williams won a
when they stole steady game from A. Lyons. Lyons
little beaten In- played very careful and found a
defence to meet all the threats of
hlit's proceedings his opponent for very long period
thering of thrill- of the games. But Compbell-Wtl-
followers. Noel liamns' experience In end-game play
drcrpcd the first brought a gradual advantage.
ecreation's "sur- F. Thomasos won another steady
Gunness. but game at the expense) of Ayouo
id and claimed a Sabga Thomasos smashed Sabga's
me. defence on the king's wing of the
chopping in the board, and gained material that
ct foil to Wyatt's told in the .nd,
a fnd th eyaos N. Callcnder won a surprisingly
cr an o wihus egoodw display from 0. Cobliam. For
score a close wina long period the play gristled
with moves and counter moves.
Indian Recresa- But Cillender was very precise and
en faced Gem's cured the late advantage,
t, de Souza. The Cobham made amends, however,
o d& Souza. who to defeat R. 0. Martin In their ad-
euvred Ibrahim, jotrned game from the first round.
nester place his E. 0. Martin had a keen tussle with
inparatlvely easy I. K.rnkraut, and won in the end.
irahim was un- N. Carlsbad drew with H. Romaln.
'ged his style in Th'se two old rivals battled it out
e, when h, shut to a standstill. Neither could lene-
mmming tactics by trate the othtr's defcnc s to any
on both sides of extent and equal exchanges was
ahim won a well- the c.xier of the day. All th- other
games were adjourned unflnLshed.
stanza, de Souza HEAT No. 1: I. Kernkraut plays
ed his aggressive D. D, Campbell-William.s; A. Lyons
tent eund went on plays B. J. Bedell' Dr. A. G. 'Fran-
and set handily. cis nplavs Ayoub Sabga; F. Thomasos
hn n the nas a Ire? night; F. 0. Martin plays
then bea. the A. Kcrnkraut.
rudent in straleht HEAT No 2: Dr. J. Slurin play:
e score ptwo--one s Quashle; 0. R. Martin play.
home players. F. W de Vcrteuill; G. Stanford
Smacst thrilling plays N. Carlsbad and R. Romtin
Jackman, former plays Abdou Sabga,
player re-alned .
ent lost prestige
eter of H. Akal. Smith Cup Cricket
llck which earned
ten Aas was Semi-Finals Today
ke-walk, for th" I"e committee of the Smith Cup
aic player put cricket competition decided at the
the table general meeting held on Wednesday
end game 21-9. night, to allow the four leading
aggressive, how- clubs taking part in the competi-
ed the deciding tion to ;lav a semi-final, and the
ier Jackman. winners wil) meet in a final on the
the Issue beyond following Sunday.
ng J. Mohlpp in Today's semi-final will be:--
:lye Gem a well- Oddfellowvs v J:wecllers XI on old
St. Mary's wound.
ow with the Ift- Belmont v Mortimers XI on
players men- Sporting Club grot'nds.
yatt 21-12,15- Notre DameF.C. To
de Souza 12--21, N r e om r o
Prudent 21- 11 Practise Tomorrow
Notre Dame Football Club will
kman 11-21, 21 start practice in oreparatlon for
their 1944 campaign on Monday
Miranda 12-21. afternoon. Members are asked to
turn uo to practice.


Mickey and Dozano won from W i HR T I
C. Bally and B. Singh 21-18, 13-21, WI.II- -
2! -13, *IH N I G
Van Midlcswortlih and Slavi VUa Ye' rU MMakes ILE. lw
beat D Bally and B. Murray 21-19, l
16-21. 21-14. Whn Yos feetl dull. liutless and lure
ewer i iD ss ap that yew liver is m
.- ... .. -. m yin eough Bile -Net.e's ,w ls.-
Slive. Iti si the t imto take Dia me d
P.Dilir Pik They getly and s orely o m
New utnder-arm an the live until it getthe pqweper aneuml of
Deodorant n 1nd the bowel thang a t. i.- .
Cream Deodorant ihmulvu. You soon ubble over wt
en/ery emu ad ee yarm younger. Don't me
$1 0y harsh pargtivea. Help Nature do the jb
Stops Perspiration *kY- aely with DiamndDinvr P .
Pespraio Eewmically toe--les Ith n4 da e
eist on Dimomnd Dianne Pill and don't
erept anythinggelse. Bottle of 36 pUl$ I !,
Agee: Smakito Ro&bta I IICe. U td. TD

Me W Iron 'in Blood
I. Doe r ,t rot desses or men'S
&hvg Builds Vigour
3. Nns'frea totPry s en
,a;ghrtaftc ehavang
to 3 days. Prevents odout, i7 there ta not enough iron In your
blood, you are certain to suffer front
4. A pure. white.gretasele.,s Iai- In of appetite and f el debilitated,
les vanishing ueiAm. tired, ner\ou, weak.n llerish. It ntr-
S. A 1rd Aol I o te .. I lelrl thia may lead to hpadarh@s,
Awarded Approval Seal0 o a f sptalntinn gp.ll,, naom) bleed, hellowi s
Inflter tlona lInsriute ifI Louin- kin. poor sleep, weak nienory, short- ,/
derang-barnlcl to tb1(c. U b nesa of breath after exerilon. lkin
A I V relrlY, blem thea and lisa of et if confldene*.
jIron $a the real Ponrer of energY for
the blood and body. And now It Io
eaay to relnv)igorate your bland with
Iron through the discovery of Ferrante
Sby an American phyl'-an. Ferrane
contain a niw actl;vnatd form f( iroa
and the flrt dolta *tarti alunst in- .
Ss "tantly to build rich, red health and
8 ar o vigour building blood. Ferrant alMe
Sreviiallae ynur liver and nilst make
IAio In | I ou real sYounaor. tionrer and heallh-
lr than In yoars. or your money hack
|u l 1 g Iiraintoed. (let Ferrano from your
Vh --~eht. tholtay. tht lguarantaee protect irE FAMOUS FLY
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cobrpoundito a w mx" oara pistes. it n u msd fIm 5 Abercromby Street, Port-of-SF
meoen. Tm=JteO w l-4 napl ture'a Wn roots and harbs (plus
build up r telatnos against such Vitamitn i). Me'1a prOdut t tht
dlitre1. T1o1ueAd1 up0M thouad m wa a-4 a t's the k tokl
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bed-wuash your face getmdy with Palmolive Soap. Alm tia
daily beauty bath. Palmolive is made from a een Had
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Tacarigua_.4 Tropical Liver

At PmggPong T Es EyYoliw

..T.Sgt. "Dick" Hagle' Air Corps t a ligretrom vttrtbl. whilk
beolachee isane1sla, oontl~tonse,v
ping pon, 'boys,' scored a 3-4 vie- bfiaeh.^ ^ dt
tory over Tacarigua Sports Club In to f asn If the biwhile, Ur
eyes ar yellowish that is a recrla allot
Snine-gam. single table tennis that your Lver te tina4 and irsy. A
AmericasD physician be re tly die-
tournament which took place at the covered a liver ft l ctlled itM. la
New Waller Field Recreation Hall.that 1 e1teo heithY action to YO ur
lIve I Issa a few daies o that you a c
Cumuto, on Tuesday night trt ad ri of vour liver treu-
Tuesdy ni. ., bit. et tiatfIte rm your hamlet
Deciding factor in the nlght's tday under urnto ht aIt mout *d
matches, which allowed victory to your llvr tr l blo, or money baWk.
favour the Air Corpe side, was a
close win by Staff Sergeant Marvin
Ooldman over Ltanc Murrav In FOR SALE
t*wo straight sets, at 22-20 and 21-1,.
The results were:
Beersingh Bally won from M,8gt.
E. Pickett 21-18, 21-16. That desirable and well.-built
Cpl. Tony Dossano beat 0. Bally b ao eV i
21-1, 21-8 stonewall bungalow, "EVAN'A
Rowell Debyslngh won from Sgt. standing on 86,421 sq. ft. of land,
Oorgi Hunter 21-16, 21-1A. ,tt Maxwell's Coast. Christ Church.
Sgt. Van NuddlcAworth won from Barbados.
. Singh 21-9, 21-17., The house is in excellent repair,
R. Singh beat Cpl. Jimmy Laurie and contains large verandah on
21-10, 12-21, 21-14. three aides, drawing and dining
S/Sgt. Marvin Goldman won from rooms, tea-room, three bedrooms
Lance Murray 22-20, 21-19,. to the tost. one with running water,
Bertie Mrrav beat Cpl. Carl Do kitchen, buttery and cellar. Water
21-16, 18-21, 21-?.7
Cpl. George Slavis beat D. C. and electr'-ity throughout. Two
Baly, 21-15 21- 18. servants' rooms and garage in yard.|
T/Sgt. Edward Mickey won from ere is a large cticlos"d orcctrd
Cyril Bally 21-13, 21-17. of over 40 trees.
For further particulars, write
DOUBLS H. W. Webstei, B.M.L.A. Society,j
Picket and "lob". DaviL won Box 104, Bridgetown. Barbados.
from D bysiUghI and A. Singh 22-20, ---
19-31. 21-17. OVa 4
B. Ballv and L. Murray won from BUBBLE
Hunter and Goldman 21.17, 18-21,
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