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


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


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

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
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

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forth Of Orsha
ONDON, June 27 (AP)-Accelerating the drive in which
Saptured Vitebsk and Zhlobin, cut the Orsha-Lepel rail
suha-Dorisov railway and highway, and seized over 1,000
populated places, including Pishelalovo, less than two
'of Orsha one of the two remaining German stronghold
MIs are likewise closing in rapidly on Mogilev and early
reported to have returned to a point less than six miles
at of the city. 9-

M unprec, 'onted -, Ins-never
Is the records show, has Mos-
mounced in .. single communt-
neberatlon of so many places
wing upon Stalin's disclosure
Vitebek and Zhiobin were cap-
, Inevitably meant that Or-
fall probably was a matter bf
and that Bobruisk, fourth
Bastion will be toopled soon
Another Important point
Sas having been freed Is
bout four miles northwest of
L and about two-thirds of the
Meuter said Vitebsk was cap-
Od after two davs of fighting.
I town was in German hands
almost exactly three years
I t was one of the most
gly fortified nositiona on the
0e eastern front. Beyond
Msk the Russians have surged
ard many more miles today
I one lace they have captured
I8 miles southwest.l
vturing Vitebsk and Zhlobin

Mussolini Makes Fi
Of Ciano's Executic
NEW YORK, June 26 (
The Columbia Broadc
Company reported today
the British radio said
learned that MussoliniI
film made of the executl
Count Clano, his son-I
and other members of
Supreme Fascist Council
tenced to death for th-:i
called betrayal of Fascismr
said "Clano had to be c
to the place of execution
shrinking away from the
shot, im killed with the s

ansoutnern anchors of T
White Russia defences, the
have cracked wide open T rinidad
S of the Germans vaunted ir a W n
land line and have paved th-
for attacksleeding to the heart i n I
Reich itself.
bW fell to Bagramlan aid ---
ovakIYWhose forces ringed The award was o fcflli
encircling five German nounced yesterday, by the
divisions who must have rotary of State in a cable
d e Orperished. Zhlobin Excellency the Acting OG
under terrific pressure of the Distinguished Flying
k sovaky. to Flying Officer Philip
uter quotes a German re- lric Cross. one of the f i
that the Finnish Parliament Force volunteers from TI
been summoned to meet in to reach commissioned ran
sessiontonight.the R.A.F. Volunteer Reser
,Mog$llev and Bobruisk are Praising his 'fine fighting
objected to Stalin's deadly And determination to co
methodroiv swift Outa every sortie with success
andrinfanty backedma by citation accompanying the
r andIaeri bbardmet.disclosed that Flying Officer
and aerial bom bardm ent. h taken part As a n
i Germans are being inched in- had taken part as a na
adefence pockt around in many important operatic
loeycal defence Pockets around elding AIx lw lee
keycities. eludn six low level c
y the central front are of m missions.
Sthan o00 miles whose ad- "On two of these," the
Knee probably soon wi.e' ''
Minsk, the Germans wer(
from Moscow to be rush
Lip .11 available reserves in
tto stop the Soviet drives.
an despatches said the Qer.
Were pushed back everywhere:
rMoscow radio said what
jleft of the encircled Vitebsk
Weft holding out fl~rcell
ptart o the city oni
M ae that they could escape
SIst stand behind the west-

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cisa Guaa Cerreependent.
JOHN'S, Junk 2--Two big
Iliiatlients were wrecked and ILTIXOOFFmCES CRC
ydaaedtisJnm' a -A4, continues 'his aircraft
St Church d in a disastrous badly damaged by anti-a
,urh ,.dLong Street. fire so that a crash landim
4 restorday morning. Inevitable on return to
_aking out at ".So'lock,, the! Coutmt, and on another oe
ISwet through s1 business his aircraft crashed In a
S ennett BrySon and after returning from Berlin
Il,_e M.t. eOitlleta olah. y onl engIne in serve
o n teIsland, housing oiMes, condition. Despite these ha
i d h2 'groce-ry, liquor, experiences, Cross continue
li .um ber and gsoiene operate with outstanding
hr th fulness and courage."
S m re the ttames Jumped to One of the most popular o
W tauj Premises of Dew and in his squadron, Plying
..muckly left them in ruins. Crof was on the staff of
Tiade Who took some time Trinidad Government B
W he call, found employ- Stores Department before 1
As nd Co. when they listed in 01. In the
M* battling frantt v with training course conducted
fleamg f flames fed on under the Air Training s
Smaterials, now discontinued, he took
r-L0 wh le Pl thee in both the practrc.
** fted ah t hlplem .At tboorstical examinations
t for a Msufficiently high maintained is record throI
elSue to come on his traininghin England.
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blade. ahe wSTsL"WS t ^. leetent their flre.lghtl Blg M Man dgranted a oommlsoi
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s Fifth Army Normandy Beachhead 750Bombers

s Nears Siena o I Hit Vienna
U.S. Take Piombino Bad Continental
As Fight Surges Along Weather Curtails
Rome-Pisa Highway T'' [ Allied Air Offensive
and ROMH, June 26 (AP--Amoricsn aen SUPREME YIAO LARTZR,
and French troops of the FMAEifthD E I ALLIED
addli- Army slugged their way to le ALLIED DITIONAY
miles than 15 miles of Siena and lessu tPerv FORC, June 26 (AP)-Balked
than 45 mMiles of Florence In theI in Northwestern Europe by bad
da, the face of spotty German resistance n Noserethwerlstern urope by bad
today in which fresh reinforcements of -I. weather, Allied Air Forces Invoked
todthy Mark Six Tiger tanks are playing nw ambidexterity and ung 7501
to he K ^ ^ 9^ ""^ "y- "^ ^*G^ W~ l new ambidexterity and, ung 750
to the an important bombers to the south against the
Prisoners disclosed that at least en striking t e out ienat th-e
a part of the Tigers, being employed e tern European transportationh-
---- to slow the Allied advance% were focus, aern European rportaf Hitler'on
urn brought within the pat three weeks n o d .re of ome otler
bruh ih epasfew remaining evacuated airolane
from France, and General Sir Har- uh iS, plants.
n old Alexander's headquarters re- J0 s ,. # am't .
ported evidence of other German !!th Bad continental weather greatly
A effort. to move fresh troops into m-ehead ,shad), w..,th. the .... .n. .. curtalked the operations from
(AP) = tomake up sue sta l harooand --tns a ,---dAl anad i emthe lefth U s espanc it in beth Brhtadn which meant loosing the
the line.to maiketnsna..a kedBriti Si Sn a nsan left, Is expnr in both e ance of the campaign of
,asting losses In recent days.dietos h ssre"b"Cebugadfoan kpisGrmn alodh
S American armour took Plombino,e deo h neea hv Chererg from al? kein erman rlrada, high-
where the fight to gain the val- Indicattions that pert th efeadem ef which are wituhdftrawig to way and airfield facilities disrupted
"it iS able forward supply bait e urged the Ca p e dLa Hame will sesM fall At the other extremnit, the but It was. no great loss to the
hid a northward along the Rome-Pisa town Tlly.sr-SeUlfB tIS Seriteously threatened. Cherbourg battle where American
_highway to within 31 mles. of .... _f_____________f__ orces were so deeply interlocked
ion of Livorno, whose harbour wa8 l- & with the trapped Germans that
in-law ready demolished by the enemy. W- d erialfsilstance would be very
the Heaviest fighting was reported bya imd I N azi- a t ,e Thfficult.
Sh Eighth Army forceson both ald o U.S. C pt re Nazis Claim Captuire This is only the third day since
EigthArm frce o boh ide9O "D-Day" in which weathIer really1
sen- of Lake Trasimeno and by-French Of.isco n
.To: l~n^TwbraW?. Y^,D~ol.Of Vnsout Lascelles w^
ir so- mountain troops who braved flercei *C a s stalled the nvasonar forcesrt
a pri S-TheGermn radio.....med slderhng the unusual run of bad
."It m al m ir n mineyfielda to whch notw^^^ S f a b4 veag. ^ n
and, The Nazi Command appear -The German radio claimed Weather which is more of a nrcblem
that Viscount Lascelles, ne, since 'D-Day" because of thp grea-
first Intent primarily on delaying the OJ b3n lSa ipa of His Majesty the King was ter demands for recision wock and
end Allied advance to prevent a sum- . .. atrdon Iainfotitrdmnsfrpeiinwr n
second mr assault on the Gothic iline- captured on the Italian front. the great limitation In the area of
lerassut defncte Gard ic lineo-It Said he. was a lieutenant ptetnl eytag ts.
last defences guarding the broad UNITED STATES PACIFIC with the British Sixth Tank The Germans wre kept t nder
plains of the Po valley. uc HEADQUARTERS, PEAR.L HAR Division.T harrasment overnight by RA.
"iThe Viscount was reported Mouitoes which bombed railroad
man efforts to fight the Italian BOUR, June 26 (AP)-Admiral wounded and mixing rcentlv sites ro concentrationsand
strpateyis ul n inht e maithm er-. p t a risoer o'f supiltys duoop iontentbattles and
campaign with tnle maximum eco Chester Nimits announced today and might be nr supply dum In the battle ne
nomy of manpower. war. He is the erlest son of w I industrial targets
Undoubtedly the Gothic line that Amer'-n troops reached Lord Harewood and the Prin- -a wel as" d il target.
is could bewheldtmrough itne afutrumn the summit of the 1,554-.foot ceas Royal. He joined the ---
and winr months with a fractio o. o Grenadier Guards as a private r
of the troops that would be re- mountain. Tapotchau, k ey objec- when he was 19. W r-
r quired to attempt a wide open fight Uvein th campaign to cn. --r-q-u r o arley
onteflat lands beyond.
Keaselring's immediate problem Saipan-and also captured the F B
ly an- was the uicding of men and equip- Kagman Peninsula to win -am- Slu T enant s To 1i Bases
Sec- mewast hefin t hold off the on- of..u ., ... c, .Slm.. .k Tenl llnts T F Ba s
to His s caught through th summer w '
overnor, [PFith Army men natO thave OB +r iB h~t a, I im n iry + .. WA8HINOTO-, June 26 (AP)-
vCros no the FIM ptisoAy inhaers taken o4 the eastern Share.
SCross another 1,00"I lMiM hilast Navy announce thata Vi lMr. Cordell H ti Idcated today
Louis few da. 'ei total be to date from the swift moving American that the postwar disposition of
first Air in th offensive is now more Carrler Task ore, rating in strategic bases over the world Is
rtArin thad 400acr~gt etr the.Marianae, Force opewIrlkatigi i-iiunned tha~t,0 the post r disios Ion of,
inidad tn 24,000 aeording to Reuter, the.Marn, made new strikes at a matter for decision of n intr-
nk in who said that strong forces of Guam and Rota Islands while national conference. Mr. Hull told
RA.F. bombers from Italy attack- ground forces scored additio--1 n atPres conference H faa told
Spirit eo rllyards, bridge and oil in- gains in virt-ally all t:he fighting As public interest heightened In a Pe conference that s fa r as
complete stallatlons in southern France yesa- artis on the Sa-ipan battleground, the oossieble outcome of the any concessions by this Govern-
the I tergay wLh excellent results and "Spnday Guardian's" expos of tment went, officials had not come
sto'ttoselquestions meeL, anddheecon
award lat nih medium and heavy Ia LANES DEITROYED living conditions at a cny alum to thise e questions 30t, and he con.
Cr ross bobers attacked an oil refinery auae filed hlmelf to general questions
vtor ie miles south Nine Japanese "planes were des- Planning and Housing Commission, without referring very specificaly
Vtroyedin attacks that brought followfngimovernmeest instou o-f dy to base.
os in- Fifth Army Engineers to o56 the total number of Nippon tion, werereported yerday Mr. Hull. asked whether his re-
daylight Capture Seaport aircraft destroyed lince the styat i yln t a rapid survey o cent assurance to Latin-American
citation By BID FEDA. of the Marianas cam. sgn on June the Iilae's Opulation, aS flrst nations tat any postwar return of
10. step in the move to make available American bases In the territories
S PIOMBINO, Italy, June 26 tAP) In the sweep overrunning the to them sultab.e Government- would be decided by mutual agree.
S-(delayed).- A small group of Haguman Peninsula, e north- ovned homes. ment, reple that those assurances
Fifth Army engineers who moved eastern arm of the a41'I ns The Commission were said concerned only the Western hemi-
so fast that they left th- Infantry y, three crtst-l guns were cap- to be rushing construction of sphere. On all these world wile
behind, captured this Tyrrhenian toured. Japan ;e attempted to em- 40 new houses at Morvant, where matters Mr. Hull aild a number of
seaport. 45 miles s south ofrvoro pl oy tanks have been overwhelmed, about 500 families are area, se nations will have conferences be-
paently usabL although a oSr d. Nimits said. ted And a few other houses re- fore decisions are mnde.
P patentlyusableoalthe oug ck nd
erabie portion of the ck facIlties United States troops destroyed gently erected for tenants ar Questioned later about th. same
was damaged 6 Japanese tanks and captured 44 waiting subject, Mr. Hull declared his as
since Initial landing assaults were Morvant residents still report surances on Latin-American bases
I... P. I EASEi TUSN TO PAGE 5 COL. 41 *made on June 14. I nconvenience due to lack of oleo. referred only to the local regional
L_ Breaks__W orld__s__R _or_ Th light, situation In the hemisphere, and
TThe "Tr Wdinidad Guardian" under- that he certainly could not at-
B Aa s *orld 'sK YstaMnds that while all houses are tempt to speak for any other Gov-
wired and electric current is avail- ernment on a world wide basis,
.jWith 16 Yea ld Plant wrdieb
able, failure to Instal lights in due because A number C nations
W it 16 Y a l ln oSm a fmtr n ie nWould have to deal with theme
soon I t4e6 are available the dli- broad world questions.
trie will be supplied with lights.
.. .-.Stret. Sverv muddy by recent
Trinidad Leasehold.. Limited,. in their Pointe.a-Plenrr, refinery, rains ne nw about to be payed.I M Flin om s
as Just broken the world's record run for a black oil cracking unit Woenl ou the Playground hbaM r ing to s
producing potential 100 octane aviation spirit. beenhedt_ upby t he ,ebu -'a Downed In Channel
aPru~ed oproeedwit theeoranye.
The record which has been 4- -........truct. soont as the rainy aeg.
smashed was establised b the a 3Is oser. LONDON, JLne 26 (Rcuto.).-
Bay Petroleum st is Den- Mother Fo d The school, one of the most The Germans sent over more of
`a2rm1 M otherFoundodOrIintheClony almost
DoS ver, Colorado, US.A. when a con- modern the Cony, mot their flying bombs to southern
tinuous run of 132 days was U ,oomppletd and Is expected to be England in daylight today ana
was achieved by a similar type Of H Kalu: WYan d 0 6pened In the veI near future. British fight'-s, Spitfires, Ty-
aircraft unit. Another school is proposed. photons Mosqutos and T-mpests
n was The Trinidad Leasebolds' unit s T d Onln Cetres" dt Also due for erect on soon at destroyed a nr'mber of the bombs
this now i6 years old and it has been SAN PUIMANDO June 6.-- Morv ant is a health centre, as they flew in over the Channel.
casion running cohtinuouly linoe the early Jeodonh X of at. -L ast night night ightersl had one
quarry nartthe yew On Friday Iyorn- harles village wsw dioered by r rt.- of their most successful nights y-.t
g with wag last, at'1 am., it known her five-year- d hter ro ce Chief G 1IS against these robots.
iceabla that the previous world's record Et by a rope In V home on la. Tht Swedish Government has
rass ng had bee broken and that a n t ... Ide Leave Extended protestd t Omany against the
ed to one would be Set up. 0X of pplana In
cheer-~~~~~~~i r.F cct hr whofPilotless'pa
dcheer- 0. F. Becketpt. who was the Cmeln the Colonel W. A. Muller, Com. Swdenone of them two weeks agc
operator In charge of No. 3 unit M 4-l*6's it here this Mo n- missioner of Polle. who has ben and the other in May.
ift icers at the time, aunedlately holated o. Ja odeab said she tried to on vacation for the past few ...
Officer the TL.P. pelnant on the re- herself because of her husband. months, has be'n graunited one
the action chamber and reported to She was sorry for what d had month's etealion of leave, con. City Y uth Kill
ilway the management that tbeun was drne and promised not to do It mD Juy 26,Zby wsExcellency City Y Kll ed
he en. ust warinA- far a l ru. aan. She was reprim ded anAd the Ae o vmnor Liut.-Oo el
Initial_______ Erikne +op Is acting Commis.If
mt_ it Siir aR h^ ^ Sf o nine uut., 0 "". In Dry Kiever Fall
here going to preis, thus eats a -alner of Police. ,J5,f ll J. il
me. record of over 11 dana on-swap, Lort.d to hve tacudhi
^nhih di a e d tCollege Principal ,J K e s who Ms ed his footing
IM~d some time longer, 00, It IS not "t ,Killed admfell on the concrete bea of t e
aOnW mekton me ah, ne worfid'st0 Dry RIVe Anvil "oe, 19, an ea-
record woue.On Way From U.S. In .Sarmi Fihti.- 1 !RO" aso b
posita are formed which evBtually hes Rev. Dr. J. J. Ueeaaan. tee, died at the Colonial Hospital
oI W ht etc n eessi- ._m-IpAoM5. M an' ollegewho e I SE mISS o had ag h t. I
Com- tate a 'shut-down of the paant left tl.e CJjy _nearlD Uee w ,- ....e+_. e ewe et a M is stated, was endesv-
mo n for. clanng Unles. steady op- egmo sekn niedice advioe te I .,j.__The+ .totalo _enemy dee eirlag to sl over tha D vry
l s eptabslie. frequent' UAa, was r e aesa i l ,o get to boom at 75 ox- I
i i-e't01wihhv ^" .ablef W fr ''sJ3'4,t fo~^ rd Sket who he ulve saC
Cr.lwhm esm More Australian Troop- a a ..,-'I a nm o1 e. ^ atc' n A.
w SS^"1*^ KISS oCo Oversee onS^es ^f?^kB t.SS'ul.i '
8trn~lmll_ + m.,agm IB ~ma +ofW m._-m lONDON. June N (Beuterl)-r. J for 25St, afl .--" .... ....
't !'5 henued~tfth t I~n, thl Wri Minister of'ta Ueat.1"-Oenra1 crge Konny _____________~* .
Indies the plts recrt run i me. Amallar. bas frmnhoi tohi s vi tA t (I .the led.. --r f..c.
Gar nd atn, ,ses mm. .* iN..e states. itb th Peni "re h els-IeIill
I rdaB ntee to a remarkaile degree w* N t* Cttte bat e s st Is ofe fthe t he nrew a .ly ^, IuflCC,
th fiiec M ofo tt vSB ^ 6" 1*.1* plasi?* i:^ FS.1a ss; o e orces
tewpmoe developed at Polt-at- C^e*a stlere ang other Servie orHgeat ed* Air P% ,I ee
,-rtrn ad he intese rtet ws _2S LS 11 ndTr NearT TengfdhUn
ist l worbythe ofeatn 1 ereuIWI 50 etst11, ISE01* C3JNflO J.. SW? CAP)"-UXU
^i^S ^Lwff imS^ D GensI. Ralpost Dottr __5SIS 3W
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sebba ft* Idl Jr- IIis tji~u~,.li *me I- fO dn-- e~ ft *a-W ~f i 1 ----
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Great Naval Base

Taken After Fierce;'

Fighting In Streets
S'PREMX HEAQUARTRS. Allied ExpediUonary P0e, Jl
7. 9 amn. (Reuter)-The fall of Cherbourg was announce Ie al10t
morning. American troops captured the great port and naal b .,
last night after fierce street fighting. It sla expected that e4mageeml
will quickly have the port in working order. The capture of Cherbo=rr
came only three weeks after Allied troops landed on the coast ,
"s* On the Brltsh-Casetan sectie
T ' f between Caen and '"fly the troe
T T C T .C um m e swept forward ome thte les
Th A j ,, 136 a point three miles Wemst of a4
Priz17e $l 1 /and this battle appear to ta
veloping into the biggest aI
First prize far in this area. More than 2041
First pri in the T.T C. Sum prisoners have been taken In.'
mer two-shilling sweeps since the original A
$14,138 it was disclosed at the draw- landing just thre weeks ago.
rg ,efaterday afternoon at the ""ar i-t defenders of Oherbow,
Grand Stand made a least desperate effort toh
Thirty-one o.mp.ete series were out against the dosgiboys oloM
sold, A to EE, but no number s In to wipe out the lMt pooktt
were drawn in series I, J. and L. resistance. Earlier desthe a
draFollowing were the numbers that organized resistance in tke
drawn city had ceased but some ftghtiN
A C continued near the rally statu,
6657 S 415S MISi The Impetus of the America
7019 Mfl final attack swept clear through
8611 1637 the heart nf the torn to the prked
E P G H docks. To either side troops,
H fought house by house and stree
179 0s6 m S72 7M5 by street to speed the cleanup ot
l144 3 43 w ex Ithe Germans.
274a 530 4136 The navy sent three America
K battleships and seven Allied Oers-
775 rers and JestroyerE into the fbad
as l phase of the fight to clear th
M N 0 P great port for the 'andln, of mate
f111 656 I5S 7483 rial to feed even -"eater ,perI
2774 1t4 344" tions Impending.
3180 The minesweeping forces m "dc
MM8 cleared the way for the wrship
9B0 consisted of both United Stat
n a T and British flotillas. Th: wanbW
3 R !25 83T217 engsred were the Amertmi W
63$ 1391 IMS 0, tXehips Tas, Nevada, A1Tget
Ut 54T7 Is the American cruisers Ta
S5464 Quiny. the British crusers,
Stow and Enterli mad A04 k
VU V W x rlIan destroyers O'Brien. M .
5411 O M M AM Robman. Emmonss d th0e il
095 15.30 700 72 0 destroyer Onslow Offr and 1I.
Jo l 01 tl11 +O1n. l',- ^
1 8e M eO1t4. break.
652 3428 442A a Foreshadowing tnesae. OeWN*
W 2133 1 11377 585 Montgomery turned loos a t
241 3 481 7 U a nd a half hour barrgi from l
1107 111 01"massed one every eght YU* -
$1 supported by naval gun.' from w
4"M shore. British infantry and
347 drove a wedge four miles iouthK
7e3 1229 213 Tilly-sur-Seulles to within
71M l2i t 7233 mile of the main highway froth
143 63 IN Caen to Auranches acrMe th
354 23g5 base of the invasion pInlondl.
S331 706 Rommel lashed back at ocewit"
3977 3M7 counterattaokr which, the Brt1 i
882 stopped in front of their new
is3e won positions at Teas' Brtrl *
4173 two and a half mil l' ,IJr tf




We beg to notify our

customers and the general

public that our Groceries

in Port-of-Spain and San

Fernando will be closed

all day Friday June 30th. |

for purpose of Stock-tekng


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ou Raubs.
mCam De La Hague to th
r the e it are" sti pwmp

under t ied r y on a tit

Warldps lndw off the FreAh
otst Moined in .a bombardment o
m Oveninsi east of luilly whe
IONI r nd afrmo a"
'jrfdac*uttantelgains ,aev<
SfUwuand adsfront.
-dv..lt nde f terrific barragi
yuncua bw unus to1 every eight
4 rd*alon thefront-Genera.
r tanks and Infant
-,Arm= tWar emm em
Srm Into he German defencwe
ash OSAen and Tay, SoaM
S to the weeping assault
te British, who charged i ntc
under d terinc black skiMa
Advanced some thousand yardt
te te first two and a half Hours,
offensive is officially described
satisfactorily." fpontena
SPresliel are now firmly in
hands ankd andty an
no lasenemy rewt nantit
stI o tly-defended wooded
M arnd Teasel ando Bret-

ta<-:. wa tee belnln :o
seuel to the original D-
thenfirsttwo afndoer teea haurs
by badweteadte
Offe fnr aive tofally r
a Nm b sapetisfactorl.,
e ptla of the operation.

t* lastJenemy Reneuter -
Aavaloed field headquarter this
auo one could watch the bat-

*tsequeltot tthe AoriginalID
aff harts aste the attack develop
Sna bar dramatic report of Brit
eresnmti. A e correspondent iaid;
a *d vancuet finished noting thadis-

said: 'You have to add another
100 yards to that fiure, Things
are happening f hast.n o he
mericasnf Troop t ed and
All Over the Cityd aotr
ONDON', June 26 pReuieon --
Robert Dunnert. B.B.C. reporter,
cabled tonight that the Aiercans
are all over the town. When he left,
itre this morning t was an un.uiet
place. S-moke from burning .oui'h-
legs was drieein over It and un.
pleasant periods of silence were
rokenby O the iuddn flare-up of
Rachine-guns and mortar fire and
the sound ot muffled explosions.
AWhen the Americans moved icn In
toc early tmni morning there wasn
aI rising rams drifting from a
laden priods Orfaneld resnst-
ande cm ofeand
of Germans were fighting on. The

thesondn of uffledest to ns
A eerican Infantry dived and
ducked along the sides of streets
and etrolt crossroad, they went
through houses and over roofs, one
by one collecting p risonersom a

GHeard ays l litted companies av
Many prisoners were taken today
In the Britnlh-Canadan ectorand
ere the British forces a truck out
I o between Tilly aUndd Caen.
Prank Gillard says the attack
was developing iento the oobiggeste
battle thec have hp on this front
n far. In the words of the coi-
muntique, progrsu has been made
In the OItunay sector east of Tilly
rah heavy wl aing which was In
ta general direction of the high
road running southwest to c en
Tmi evening. Allied troops ad.
vacaw towards this road n took
t three villages outheat and est olm
Tily. one seven miles from Caen.
Intblard says Allied casualties have
been cemparatlvely light.
TsissIs mainly an infantry and
dlery battle. Bad weather kept
ATled aircraft rounded. oThe oa-
niunque says dense fog over th(
Ovatinent today brought all ail
opraeo virtually toe a standeastillof

Til.On eenml tenes roman.
dy elyhtin h Testife
Tlt Gern Stubbornness
IAm eMic anM a ere s anden
MO-rYerbourg was battle-searred
and aanokini fom night-long fires
t en Amyocan troops entered In
foi'cc today after more t an a4
N' ofu o Ihe nt the suburonl.
abaft oun their four.eda
tn- uivety Thu city, one o
E Kropes fortr.,oses and pearl ol

Ol5flaint Pointinfg al
Is falling to the T lmeridan
tl od ti. n a bldy testimad '
e rmcht'a atubbohness
Tg. Americans are at present hold-
BY of the city andwiy

oft Society To Hear
|Lecture On Painting
Jfet o f the Trinidad Art
|fia^ " Schot1 Wafor tGirs at sB.d
W 1 tonight, wlm hear gies
ien ce lecture on "Paienting a
fdtca todyhas also arranged 24
etlilen drivreproductions of faune
IW,*Pe'8of art, and has offered a
Ht folrie best study ot local

*^jr or tct enenwith

Aldemiption Of The
1'ort'ofeSpain 1mm
^Iwovesnent Deben-
's tures.
Notie t hereby given
_718 Whe frllowin stbornnefss.l

--nr~unt Oebetures issued
the Port-ofI4pan Improv --
a ptin Ma rtet) Land Or-
oio. 10of n1 c0 llb e re-
al tle 80th Junem 146,
whiska date Itsier 10on the
aureholdin g w Ol t OeaIe:-

E:~- MoBm 436. 32,83. ,
2j UM, 8 l. 4"I 4k ,
5.. lot. InM
a, W. FAUNL=
Tow" t.
om tg**ftf^


watt- Of te remmi Wel tadIs eulaWew te Uarte s tflieIy.
ai~i 9 a 3o.3. reet eae atmft 1h ef te fmew 8
j^-^- lste usa a. Oe rlcll affairs. -
j~i^^^^^ -^^ ^^ a... it. ..-.. ^

SBwO a

' bmss" Pays Trbru -
rTo Ammrn Valour

lImmediate -credit," it says.^
due to the tll American troop
wh a e a path up to soft,
o of theMost formidable prepaed
p i~n* la urWe and smadwed
B wve Into Crhrbur wt. un-
ss';^aTOme,,ella aliod that with
t tal of 'the fortress, the Allies
fate lof Cher othe, dee cdi ve
battle of =o'ined rven agatt
aa army, W h"sl"s again what
aa beea the outtead lg Itictl
lesoncC the war,
33313 SIOUT
y A Reuter correspondent who en-
Stered the city at dawn this morn-
Ing said It presents an errie sight
Houses are In flames and there was
nothing moving on the streets.
Doep inside the city could be heard
the rattle of machine-guns and
b ting of mortar shells. .
American and British troops
moved into the city from both
flankslast night and occupied tS
streets leading to the military post
and round the commercial port. By
this afternoon they are fghtin
round a post office and a square In
the centre of the city. About 3,400
prisoners had been taken in the 24
hours ending this morning. The
BB.C. reporter saw a crowd of
about 1.000 of them on his way
back. They were sheltering from
the rain under their blankets. They
looked cold and wet.

Maquis Plans
Joint Blows
BERNE, June 21 (AP) "La
ulases" reported today that officers
of the Italian-French Maquis
drtufted a unified plan of resistance
in a weekend meeting. The Italian
resistance is reported to have sent
a mission to the Attache at French
headquarters .. frontier arems.
The French announced that the
underground cut the majority of
long distance telephone lines off
in Paris on "D Day." The French
also reported heavy fighting in
Ardennes, where 3.000 Germans are
trying to round-up the Maquis, and
In Iorraine where resistance in-
creased despite increasing arrests.
of hostages. At Londese the
French reported that 140 patriots
were killed.

Council May Buy
St. James Market
It Is likely that the Port-of-
Spain City Council will move to
purchase the St. James Market
from Government with a view to
erecting a modern market in its
At the last meeting of the Coun-
cUl's General Purposes Committee
it was decided to recommend that
negotiations be opened with Gov-
ernment with a view to taking
the market over from Government.
About 1939, when the Corpora-
tion made efforts to buy, an offer
of 81,000 was made against Gov-
ernments demand of $2,400.
The Council wll deal with the
recommendation at Thursday
morning's meeting.

Order For Mules
The Port-of-Spain City Council,
at their statutory monthly meet-
r ing on Thursday morning, will
consider a General Purposes Com-
mittee recommendation that Mr.
C. R. FarrelL the City Engineer,
be instructed to place an order
with Messrs. George F. Huggins
& Co., Ltd., for nine mules for
the Corporation's Transport
The recommendation follows
consideration of an offer from the
company to supply American
mules at two prices, SWO and
I48 each.



lIs F.M.
Instructed by Archlbail Young.
lbq., w will aeU all Is well-kept
Furniture, etc., oomprsitr; :-
Bras Bedstesd with Mattress,
Pillows and Net; White Enamelled
ae.stsaa with Mattr , Pillows
and Net, Mirrored Wardrobe. Cyp
Dressing Table, Crap, Dresin T
Me, Waxedvyoomptum, wash.
stand and Toneit ware, Towel Naal
Ches. of Drawers, Bedroom Clock,
Or;P. Writing Table, I' Groom
Chair, Wall-Mirror, Joot tand,
LinnPress, lewins Machi~ne
ble* Mirror en Stand and Henging
Mir.r Mahogany Dining Tate.
and lix r ap. Chairs. Mahogany
.S o an, D.e"W: onServ-
ing Table and Dinner Service, Din.
tag~n Clm ock. Mahogany Chilna
Crtne. CliTea Set, nlad Ma-
hoany Centre be K, 5.P Ware,
Bras-top Table, and Bramware,
Ele. Table Lamp, Dee. Kettle,
Book Case and Books, Iiarmsworth
Encyclopedks in 10 Volumes, Tanta-
lus, Olass and Pyrex Ware, Ther-
ors rlask. Meat Sate,. Pantry
Ware. Ocale and Weights. Oil
Stove, Dover Stove, Alum. Pots and
ans, lMie Machine, Stp Lad-
der. Galv Baeh Pa, arde Tools,
oapenterrt 2bTo alsrerrbe Thiak,

Centre Table. Fianta in Pets, *and
ems H tgf, Frida.

te ofB view ftay ta r to andI
mnrning vt aale ean T It -

33 *awCBOM.tTS. I -

her ken 5f*W>40 k**X-i
Ie rr. wosfE BL 3lofd Pre
dent ea the NMerg M e-
Derg-WMl~r Ouperatea.

bad -a dssbltt wemia ha possible
to do s mt wa of them, but
a"",-U^^~ea at the
he stIll. e WOW tbek,

wSas In ccMmunicatlom on
e would also have to emnsult
lth the U.S Ovenant because
many of 04 9 = n
sovjttaeumoD ~ f oew ew
Erits and V.ten te.
Pntcthe Inteost of the Ool-
W=e si NOWer *IW Robert Ran-
kin asked = .thr to view of tho
Increased tetoobtgtvno
kwocal. economic, and pt ot'de!
velopweent. It wouw be poPsbe to

Of $4,200 Car
SHe had, aohe lsad a aa t
motorit-car purched by h- ubUcO of one e num,

ki MhmmdAbae fr5.0 ber of documents, but the ahosta'tM
firom Pu Mo amm ed iti without in staff of the Colonill Oovern,
the consent of the Transport mients was very eriticl.
Board, w yeteay HeCo reporetted, therefore that ha

confiscated~mrec when both buyer an could not at present se hisl wayf tI
ler were convlted and fed lay upon the Colonial Goveewnetu
or two months and $240 or the addition4 b involved
three months respectively, the Colleotlo of information anc
Accused by Lane-Corpo atmuch Information sh w would be meqdre
Brathwate, men plavalled ablor the toannual report. -
SAk d by Mr. Creeen h Jones fmS
purcase Be bad, =e "aMd frandt= !t

M Vitor-car aby Sbo- urance that icon the least o
ki Mr......ed Abaso or $4XoO such reports, butand In hortUcua
curing for the Tngeransport hoergeut ar the reviewstaff of the Colonial Offivern
the consent Of the anprt mntswasvey critical .

meBoard, said that the sale wa e would i regretted, therefore available thao the
fectd on Aprel 22 and on June 1d House Colonel Stanley said heis way tu

Abaca made application to P~Ut' glad to, give it.
however wre fu ted, because he a y Upon the O M u
redy two mohs and i4or the additr o mpan burden Involved y Tc
considered that he did not neInfortion an
Acued byth La-1*^nce nororal statistics which would be equired

Athe ar for an essential puerpo se. annual report.
latyt. hd renced te by Tr. Screech Jone" for

Board that owners of veh. i- clsuranc that In the least poesib
CMplaintse hua report, and reaca tecu

cutwere disposing of therm without The Trinidad Electricity oarl Oc
Board.ty, and It was very difficult wi supply Trinidad available to the
fected on Apr.l 22 and on June 13 House. Colonel Stanley said he was

to as m-.ain that, unless th paur- imted, orange Grove. with peive it.

ticular parties were known, Mr. in the neac future, the "Trlnlds
Stollmeyer told the court. Guardian' learned yesterday.
Convi' Abass, Mr. Andre told At a recent board meeting at
him: tWhen man buys or sells application from the company f
however without a permit rm the power to meet all their requireal-
Boardy if he happens to be Cand mentsit was considered and rat
considered for that e offene, he loses the after Mr. W. J. Willialm Genera

motor-ca. -in this case it Is a Manager, had spoken of the na
$4,200 ca" .-except in very extra- ture of the load and advised ac
the ordinary circumstances. You have ceptance.

no excuse at all because the tjans- The board also gave Mr. William
action was actually d reacfused by the authority to negotiate with the owr
Board that owners of vehicles

were disposing of them without mpany witdadh respectricity Bo th
authotity, and It was very difficult Will suply Trinidad Sugar &states
to 13t "*Ain that, unless th par- Lim1te, Orange Grove. with power

ticular parties were known, Mr. e thge for the tervce. Trd
Stollmeyer told .ng in the trat.aGct.ou It is also understerood that wheay.
ConvMr. Andre told augerAing ol At a recent board meeturbine ha
him: -When man buys or sells a application from the company f

car withe contrary ou have $4fro200 to been installed the board's nreluiran
Board, In vie of that you will be nts was considered and panted:
victed for the offence. he loses the after Mr. W. J. Williams. General

moave to -ca.-in this case it is Manager, ad spoken of the na

.... neds other areas.
$4,200Effort by M-ellicepnt Codn very extra-inn ture of the load and advIsed ac
get 3 ordinary circumstances. You have ceptance.

leal nildto for Slb of oewls Co n illor Vote
cot excer $2a0 wi th an alter Vans- The board also ave Mr. William
action wa s actually refused by the authority to neotate with th
Bowhen sh' was convicted on ant a-h
"It appeaprofiteering by Mr. charge for the service.
lJ. Andre l.lnin the trst Police C Iourt Votes of co undolence were passete

yesterday, at the City Council's specil meet.
Codringt,,n, who pleaded guilty log on Wednesday afternoon, Jun
M.to thAne accuatlold augersingh. St. 2n at the nstanew 5,000 k.w. turbine hancllo
Le oui the fowls o $8.40 nto ad H O. B. Wooding, the bo Ma yor ian
our g4ood. In 08 Port-of-Spain, wiply th Aloerman
Rave to pay $240 ., dh current as well as meMtheo

ir"This is a most serious affair. Ii Ridby th euty TwnM ClerO,
-oeo hn s wh of other areas.

the Deffort o the Realm Regula- wl to with other Corat
get 43s are paxcessed, Mr. of what shndre was loye.
legally" entitled to for silbs of fowls, P in llr ft

told Mheltr George whe an althe sen- The ounctl voted mpth
of tened him t six months' mpr- with Alderman Vl on t

sosiment for being armed with a death of his eldej' son, Malool
weapn ato was convmmit a felony. On acnd with Mr. Awy Vdale
acus accusatontion prof steering paint, the Town Clerk's O; on t
J. AGeorge nwas fined $15 first Police Court Vh of his brother;nce with Mre psse
George, rdayit was alleged, stole at the Citby whCouncil'st his brother-inal meet
Codrpainto ng on Laver'dle law, the late Mr. Paul Ly afternoon; wJuitn
Road. Seen accund approached .by the Mr Oliver Prinsthard, keeper of thCouncllo
Louis twatchman as he took it. George Maraval 'Beservoir on the deat
ched him with a cutlass his ot-f his brother, and With M
"Thlis Is a most serious affair, it R'. Vidal "Mr euvtiw~rchiso!

rhand. Sydney Joseph of the ongneerrls
the Defen- Department the Realm Regul- we whose mothero Mrao

Ranijes Hingo pleaded guilty to Louisa Joseph. died recently.
tons are passed,'ing t Mr. W. J. Andre m a ar
toldcr which they were not registered, FOUND Wpath
tenced him to having in his pos ri- Wn Dvith ld schoolboy, e
soInner tubes bein exceg armed with a demout portei m fron his hon. a
h: weapon to coms permitted to have and w t. awts Hill Mr ine Jvdle


an aDiscontcus nation of steang painT rolled 'Bus Stop (Pole
George was flned $15 or 21 days. death of his brother; with Mr.

No. 810)eorge, it wa alleged, stole Charlotte Street. hrn
paint rCommenc a building Sundayverle law, 2nd Juthe late Mr. Paul Louy 1944, the
Road. Seen and approached by lley 'Bus Stop at the foot Mr. Oliver Pricf Chard. keeper of the
waStreet, before entering South Quaychman as he took It George Maraval Reservoir on the deat

(Pole No. 5810), will be discontinued.
Trolley 'Buchased him with cutlas win his of his brothers date, runnd with

direct from the Stop at Marine Square
haNorth to the Railway Station Term nginus.n
Ramjas Hingo pleaded guilty to Louis& Joseph. died recently.

accJUNEati. 1144. of using tyres or a ar
fcr Which they were not registered, FOUND

and to having n h is possess a onasport Conta, schoolboy. re
inner tubes in excess Of the amount Ported missing from his ham&e a
h,- was permitted to have and Was S. St. Babb's H"U sinca juns 30


Dry Cleaners and Launderes.

No. 5810), Charlotte Street.D.

CommFire Insurance going Sundayins, 2ndStocks, Furniture,
Trolley 'Bus Stop at the foot of Charlotte
Street, before entering South Quay

(Poletc. Relieve your unnecessary worry by lntinued.
us carrolley yoBuses will, after this date, runr risks.
direct from the Stop at Marine Square

Con provide t the cRailway Station Terminus.
PARK & jPRZBj rM olnrAL- MLA :AOZl

JUNfamily, busine .nd old e y.

Lielitraois and Transport Contractors.

Dry Cleaners and Launderers.


Fire Isuran* on uilig, So ,Funtrs










r .


No Mercy For i
Weapon Users

Waning teat per"" iia"!
to up lethal weaponss .oud expect
no mer from the Court wS
issued by Mr. Justc rie d alnan,
ba oie So An Court yestdr-
day as hansentenced Victor Aal,
20, to a term of 1 mon= s'nm-
prisonment after he had p1lded

told Asby that haead taken Into
consideration his youth, his pre-
vious gbod record and the fact that
he bad elected to admit his guilt.
Ashbf was orIgInally arraigned
on an Judlctment accusing him of
wounding with Intent to do griev-
voU bodily harm, but got the
Crown to accept his plea on the
lesser count.
This offence was the outcome of
an altercati from which de
Freitas emerged with five serious
wounds, inflicted by Ashby with a
Follov.:ng a quarrel in which
Ashby, assuming role of a jealous
lover, made de Freltas know that
he suspected him of endeavouring
to win his sweetheart away from
him, a fight ensued. Ashby turned
out to be loner, but returned some
time later armed with a rasor and
challenged de FPreitas to fight
again. As de Freitas accepted,
Ac.hb. drew out the razor and in-
flicted the wounds on his neo ,
ches and elbow.
Ashby's plea for leniency was put
forward by Mr. E. P. Bruyning
who appeared on his behalf, wh"3
Mr. A. C. Rieai who appeared on
behalf of the Crown was of the
opinion that there was at present
too frequent recourse ,U letr.il
The judge observed that the use
of lethal weapons was unfortunate-
Iv prevalent, a- Intimated that
the Court could not afford to be
'He flrtllv warned that nobody
who elected to use a lethal weapon
In a quarrel could expect any
mercy from the Court.

Convicted on accusations of un-
lawfully taking part in a shouters'
m-eting. two men and four women
were ordered to pay $5 while an-
other man who conducted the
meeting had to pay $10.

For the purpose of removal to our
premier and for Stocktaklng
we will be


From 1st July till 15th July inclusjy

While we are closed our customer
may obtain their supplies and pre6
scriptions from our Branch Store at
the corner of Park and St. VincentI
Streets, opposite the Globe Theatii

W. C. ROSS & CO., LTD.i
Phon s 4157, ,1. ornor o t Fredertck & Quefn Stmi 'I

The Music of...



CONCEkTO No. 1 in I Minor
WALTZES op 69, 70 & Posthumoum

WALTZES op 18, 34, 42 & 64




58 Frederick St. :: 'Phone *J

Babies first, please!

s many mUW seu "a end 6 lMor eir heWlt
-ed ele their ws"y Uve-eo nee Mmk.

When a baby uoe& and eak short, you ao often hea* him
an 0 Weves and doest come en suay Babies n irt, ieae
as he should, sooer or later Wi you. too remember them
someone says Ntestgal And them ansd ask for Netle's only ifV ou
what change e them Nstle's need It for a debate abyt Then
MIks the rich, eIM tak itmlvowroom sheowil
the tun eaw e h" :m IMMIS Em etedMf irih
we Uabyha b sodo his best for von we we Sam
Mrm kind 04 b" roared ibasItl d iets
"**"* sily say pleasantl utr ta i Ba
Tahe ~ mqee grrkoi ff* my teI ul blhwayfi
64 -a O a-- "' o *
.7b4w owt *)e"" -= 1 u.~ n

a ombgm eSL-h"ilt a*

SLargesa Lt 1944

Residents ci S~an Pernami
Mlwao te In the we-

o in *far forms
f t e s an saa *t ea t the r
Lodgr' Claims must be pMe-
Wsted between the flrst and
fteenth day or July next.
a. M. eCOTT.
Tsnir Cerk,
Town HalL
1 p2sWo.
luth Juy, 1944.

Please note that we shall be

closed to the public from




For the purpose of Stock-taking.





O instructons from
OFICER Trinidad
136.6M. lon ZS A4ft. beam 'a
14&ft. depth.
(Formerly deep sea steam
Oross tonnage about 281 tonL
Net tonnage 192 tons.
Steel hull.
Scotch typo Boiler. 1801bs.
Main EnInes,. triple expansion
6a NA.?.
Hold, at present divided up
for carrying fish, capacity
about 150 tons.
Bunkerc Caoacitv about 126
tons coal.
This vessel was built and
enfiDed In the U.S.A. in 1916
and was reconditioned in 1942
anA has since been used in the
Gulf of Parla as a mine-
Permission to inspect same
mav be obtained from Oeo. F.
Huggins & Co.. Ltd.. to whom
offers to purchase are to be
"Tenders will be received up
to t' -th day of July, 144."


The PFreeholO Property known as
4. Sydenham Avenue, St. Ann's
,about 7 minutes' walk from the
St. Ann'x tram terminus) is being
divided u into building lots and
is offered for sale as follows:-
(a) The House and 32,244
sq. ft. of Land.
(b) A Lot of 32,071 sq. ft.
(c) A Lot of 9,430 sq. ft.
(d) A Lot of 9,870 sq. ft.

For particulars apply to A. B.
Bryden & Sons (T'dad.) Ltd, 3.
Abercromnibv Street, 'Phone 4413.




Planned Aids To Better Health


S M .1l abo. the
I B LK moronaml_ month
*SOWWN# May revenue
.^Pj Ibd n the R al
the number of pse-
wled in the trains-
E 1.41 more than in
it wau below the 19I
^umM,. br of pases-
.by the T.G.R. buse
wd, however, aso i n-
1u above May, ll",
in MUfa, 1te.
in revenue was rel
the two corresponding
etmdi ll heads, except
U which was $14M7.04
*May, 1943, although
above May. 19; and
Service Goods re-
Su ieh totalled $4380.2 corn-
lth .884.12 and $2.3632.
t Workshop Accounts
InMWaY, 19 41 and IM1 wore
eand 8 oents respectively,
to .51 0 in May this year.
reeipts were 259.417.4 as
with $M.,04737 In May,
d$1165U.23 in May. 1942.

oargery Trial

W ill proceed In the Hall of
tills morning of R~senpara-
yeserday entered a t
plea before Mr. Justice K.
SBrown, to a 2 -count in-
accusing him of forgery
WiMtonig money by false pre-
radt challenged two jur-
bad to be reminded that
mexhausted his privilege. His
a postponed in order that
cte witness could be sum-
't alons against him are 'lat
I September S, last year,
i with intent to defraud, a
I dum of transfer purport-
transfer of lands at Soogit
tem one sooknan to Omar
and obtaining with intent
$,150 from Ohandar Ba-
SMathura by pretending to
that he was Sooknan and
owner of 1 acres of lands
ST. W. I. Worrell, acting
Gne O ral, Is prosecuting on
of the Crown, while Ram-
i without couMnseL

SFound Crushed
SRaflway Track
a Ban Identfled as Angelo,
sca~y called the 'Rat,' was
fdead estarday morning on
aw "y line near the &tone-
SLaventi' with his body
ir pushed. He Is believed to
WUWeak.-klsed by a train late on
tey night or rly yesterday.
Wn found the body was In a
le enditioa. The clothes were
I a truck about 5OO yards

,Trhldad Electricity

o r Invited for the
St t of an Asistant 11ec-
Myl jklaeer la the service of
SL~ ~ s aa lary scale 3f
; U 3-2-I-,0 per annum.
eplicants iust possesa a Vnl-
iDeree in lalnteering or
M Membership of the Insti-
of Electrical EngIneers and
0t have had pra te peri-
I S e the isrtallatolen of large
S1 ante and a full knowledge
00 Rules and Regulations of
aw5tutlon of Electrical Nn-
Oft Great Britain and of
B uderwriters of the United

tioni must reach the un-
not later than 12.0 noon
July, 040
SOrder of the Boar.,
::-^ -'1GenralManawr.
4*044~n, 1944
WIMEN (252.elM)
f'S Soo.d NwsI

A Wife Had

M theowo tknow just
10 0 hen he and her hum-
r ..pemo iam. Her letter
SUM-tr us te pu.
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of dirwettton
LPso I out-
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Cempaeund Inite

thatolpiSold" no
atind th e Had
Risi oumatism
hvte wife new just

^ s h s iar wb oa o to pub-
Acis d used to gettouches

a~tfaS^*"*F fIo 0hu *llu
Stta 1101h it,
It in aou l a thatw
a uce what isavey ler
AcidS W In the joimrntsre
B....emywa t *Odyle t

*^."^n'wdIs to flubh
Kfcg~y'your Wiser..'

HHBS^I~tt ss tee bde.e!
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Nerve emtreu t the plmad eet up for building better health betl
the health centre (ground plan shewn above) and the rural di
Measer. W. H. Watkins and Pattene Gevernmeut CeAsuitif Aral
health centres are already up with another under eonstrueton and
planned for village thbroeheaut the Colony has been eeompleted at
tural Desin and Cenmtrutie," a -_
L oleon monthly magazine, The
Health CmtNe make prOevlsle.
under one reef, for four distinct
functional Each eontans: (a)
e*oe ftor the Medical Officer of
Health, Sanitary Inspedier and
District Nure: (b) an ondemiec
disease clinic and dispensary; (e) OCO. OPK.IN
a ehild welfare cinkH:; and (d) a
venereal ..ale elnle. A large
waiting hall which can be used
an a lecture hall, gives aceos to -
oaec- department. Films can be
shown In the hall, and public
health notleee exhibited. The
rural dispensaries provide treat-
ment rooms for endemic diseases,
hookworm, ete.: a room for the _
santary Inspector and district _
nurse; and a dispens ry and
store for medical supplies.

Busby Cup English
Competition In July
Trinidad Guarfta Corrmpondeat
Third annual examination in 'ng-
llsh for the .up donated by Mr.
Arthur H. Busby, Magistrate of
Victoria, for competition among
schools of Princes Town and the
surrounding districts, will take
place on Saurday, July 15.
The committee of Princes Town
teachers responsible for the ar-
rangements have already received
applications for entry from eight
schools. To faciltate other schools
desiring to take part the closing
date for entries hais been post-
poned to Friday, June 30.
Secretary of the competition it
Mr. A. C. John, headteacher of
Princes Town B.C. School.




Rome Body To Purge
Italian Fascists
ROME. Jutm 21 (A) -
LUeut.-Colonel Charles Poletti,
Allied Military Government
Commissioner for Rome, who
conferred with the Italian Conm-
mittee of National Liberation.
said later that the group will
announce a list of heads of
the Rome Government agencies
to be purlped for Fascist acti-
Poletti anno'mced that he
would appoint a committee of
12 Italiansu, two from each
political party, to act a, a
Purge Commission for the
Rome region.






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[Spencer J. Kirton, Ltd., 2 Broadway, Port-of-Spain.

AUCTION The drier you keep
SAL the longer the bar
of will last!



At 25 Chacon Street
ThuAday 29th
June '44
Instructed by the Undo. "-i as
Uand MeMs. Lee Lum O., Ltd,
we will el sumh items as:-
11 Dozen Ladie.'
Straw Hats,
SUCEl hi:
aauuag lPst 1911t, irtsket Og
" Isis t., aper aaua
UM~aea.p pnakM, ets.
UMrato of a 'e 5s Tnuu-Oab.
Sort & Hutch ma"

You don't want to waste a
scrap of that hard-working
Sunlight lather so here's an
economy hint. Don't put the
moap in the water Wet the
clothes first and then rub the
dry Sunlight bar on the dirty

This give you enough lather
to wuh the mat of th* g-
meat awd it SavW sdh a lot
of moap.
Sauliht's extm-oapy lather
avM dotbh. too, by lMiMM-
tint the and for bumful



For Training

In Canada
The "Trinidad oua"di under-
stands that Mr. Ra y JoonM .
Chief Topograpswr, and Mr. J. A.
do fgarell. AMst. Survyor of the
Land* and Surveys Departmet,
have been selected by OovernmeMt
for a nine months' refreher
course in survey work scheduled to
begin early in August at the Unl-
versity of Toronto, Canada.
Although the coure comprise
general advanced su-,ey methods,
Mr. de Figarelli will concentrate
more on cadastral survey work,
while Mr. Johnson will Mpecialise
more on topographical and air
Mr. ie pigarelll has for the past
two years been engaged In In-
instructing and examining4 pupil
surveyors. While Mr. Johneon has
been training assistant topo-
graphers and supervising the topo-
graphical section for the past five
Both Mr. de Pigarelli and Mr.
Johnson have had an Interesting
career in their respective fields.
Mr. de Fliarelll, sonwtine ago,
made a topo-cadautral survey of
the town of San Fernando and the
Churchill-Roosevelt Highway. Mr.


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I Johnson h asdne exticesive uYU In
surveys for the Maracas Bay area, s g .
h In Trinidad and Tobago are the environs of Port-of-Spain. in-
Bnary (below) designed by eluding Laventille, San Juan. Sante
hIeats. Two of an expected five Crum and the environs of San Ner-
d a rural dlasponsary one of mamy nando. He has also been engaged
Maraval. According to "Arehitec- on surveys for and the production
.of schemes for land settlement.
..... housing and the re-settlement of
persons whose lands have been

SPolice Corporal
"L l Trial Postponed
::aled: Pon ystpo nur a wer d AN asset to any bedroom, they're made in a
First Aslsie Court to answer an
A -accusation of fradulently disposing
: -- | L of, for purposes other than he voriety of sizes to fit almost any bed. Cool, com-
>. public service, 43 five-dollar gold
pieces and a quantity of gold dust
0. L nand nugget valued at $800, taken ortable and designed to keep their shape, these
by him by virtue of his employ-
inet, Dent l G onzales, a corporal mattresses wil ou*-lost many a more expensive
of the Trinidad Police Force, got
- .- ^ithe Crown t, postpone his trial un- .
til Friday. brand. Come and see them-and try them.
J onzales, who pleaded not guilty
to the accusation before Mr. Jts.-
__________ _--. twice K. Vincent Brown, said he ap-
plied for the postponement because
St. Kitts Airman he expected that the hearing of
another charge on which he had
Awa r e D. F. been previously committed, would
Awarded D.F h:,ve been proceeded with yester-
Award of the Distinguished Fly- Mr. C. T W. E. Worrell. acting
ing Cross has recently been n.ade solicitor General, appeared on be- A LA I
by IUs Lajesty the King to a St. ialf of the Crown.
Kiltts born navigr -r.r, B. V. Elvira,
of th R.C.A.F., who Is now reported ....... --,.- -\II
missing, believed killed in actior-.
otficil ci at.,n acccpa Blaze In Dairy
news of the award stated; .".nt.,
offcer has participated in numerotts -Quickly Quelled -
operations which liave included Quickly Quelled
m missions t. H am burg, B eilin, the i .. . .
Ruhr, and Stettin. His navig...ion Fire broke out st about. 245 The
has always. been of a very high o'clock yesterday afternoon at the e 'I .
sta.dAard, and he has a fine record Milk Dairy in Philip Street, but Sta ndard ]ie NoW then, everybody- \
o. achievement. Hisdetermination f1'e-flghters of the Central Brigade A
andcnfdence whle on operation Statin hurrying to the scene, did Amur cCaro.eful
not get into action as the flames Esablishedi thoe West
have always been an inspiration t were quickly put out by employees,. Indles feor to yea. C r
his squadron, while his gallantry orhe fire is believed to have start.- Marine r4uam P.O.".
and devotion to duty have done ,. when a spark from a chimney *--- ;| #l,.
mucn credit to the high morale fell on tar on the floor.- Witll l Xat l
among his fellow navigators." Very little damage was don* l


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will be sot up for nale at our office, No 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday, the 30th day of June, 1944, at 2 p.m.
For Conditions of Sale and further information, apply tn the
BOTTLE, CATFORD & (CO.. Solicitors,
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azis Suffer Setbacks

East And West Fronts
almost complete ceustuo of or-
pganised resistance in Cherbourg ad
capture of Vitebsk yesterday ae two
mltaneous heavy blows ftor t Wehr-
B ht which are a prelude of things to
As anticipated the Germans fought
ubbornly for Cherbourg though they
amed it had lost all importance, but
ey had no chance of success against
the full weight of Allied power appUlied by
and, sea, and air. They lost their chance
*hen they failed to attempt to break the
r ng at the base of the peninsula-per-
ps because they dared not-and left
erbourg isolated and its defenders with
(r backs to the sea. As happened with
Ihe invasion landings, the Germans mis-
Nead Allied intentions; the first objectivet

was not Le Havre but Cherbourg, and the
Enemy made the wrong dispositions.
With the approach of the end of the
fight for Cherbourg General Montgomery
i has started to drive inland in the neigh-
bourhood of Tilly, indicating that the
battle of supply has been won and that
the time has come to force the Germans
to expend their slim reserves. The mas-
ive artillery barrage which preceded the
drive was supplemented by the guns of
Allied warships, which have played an im-
portant part both in the landings and in
tw subsequent progress of the liberation
forces. It is quite likely that the new
offensive has begun before the Germans
expected it would, for the normal course
would have bemn for the Allied leadership
to await the capture of Cherbourg and
rehabilitation of its port facilities before
renewing the offensive.
On the eastern front the fall of Vit-
ebak has come quickly after the opening
Sof the Red Army's summer offensive. Our
Allies have not only deprived the Ger-
mans of their last bastion on Russian
soil, but are threatening other strong
points and have taken also the important
rail centre of Zhlobin, at the southern end
of the sector. These quick successes tes-
tify to the quality of the preparations our
Allies have made during the long lull,
though full scale conflicts are not ex-
pected to materialLse until the Pripet
Marshes front, on both sides of which
there Is much activity, bursts into flame.
The reverses which the Germans are
experiencing in the East and West are

amy a fretate a t *bo t stadm
noe m3 vaw deft Ina ini dM e a M
ly to be 1o100019 w sl u, lift.a 1fW
ViaM 1tm s towbiim o t. a ue
wh V wifn f O t Re Ad MAi-y dhWaI
engaged theen ifr operate, n elsewhere-
In the Balft region or other paiztsa on
tie luug eatern ftxtL- The defeat of
Flinland wil open the way or the launch-
ing of co-ordinated assault s from east and
west which will bring Hitler's fortress
crashing about his head. The ground-
work Is being weU and truly laid.

Review Of Rent Control
May Help Improve System
TH U Tinidad Guardian" supports the
request made in a motion which is to
come before the City Council this week
for appointment of a committee to review
the system of wartime rent control. We
do not wish to be understood as con-
demning this control or considering it a
failure, for it is not. Without it there is
no doubt that the situation today would
be far worse. What we do feel is that the
system has drawbacks which might be
modified as a result of inquiry.
The war-time Ordinance was passed
to stabilise a position which had become
intolerable because of the shortage of
houses. It was evident that landlords
could no longer be permitted to continue
the normal management of their proper-
ties, either as to rent or the ejectment
of tenants, without grave social conse-
quences. It was therefore decided as a
temporary measure to confer on tenants
a considerable security of tenure, and to
keep rents within reasonable limits. Rent
Assessment Boards were created for this
purpose and endowed with large powers.
Other Ordinances extended the Boards'
supervision to premises let with service,
and to sleeping accommodation.
The work of these Boards has been of
great value. But this should not close our
eyes to the defects of the system or its
unfortunate results in some directions.
One of these defects is the absence of pro-
vision for a method of rent assessment
based on factors which can be precisely
ascertained. The Boards are directed by
law to consider what might properly have
been charged on a specified date in 1940,
and to add such sum as they think rea-
sonable because of increased building
costs. They are apparently not bound to
investigate actual expenditure, but may
use their own judgment as to what is fair.
Without making the method of assess-
ment too inflexible, it should be possible
to find a basis of procedure less apt to be
labelled undependable or unjust.
One of the results of war-time control
has been to discourage the renting of
houses, whether newly-built or otherwise.
The tendency instead is to keep proper-
ties empty until they can be sold on an
inflated market, since it is impossible to
dislodge a tenant once he secures entry,
and few people will buy without guaran-
teed possession. One remedy would be to
permit the ejection of tenants from
houses bona flde built for sale subject to
Rent Board approval, when the sale is
completed. A review of the assessment
system should also help to the extent
that it might assure house-owners of a
fair return on money actually invested.



JUNE 30th


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- Grand -




time out for a truly delightful evening-an
that promises you unforgettable enjoyment,.
ore asked to make reserva-
tions for Supper in advance.
Names of Guests must be
sent in to the Secretory of the
Club beforehand. Re"-mber
the day-Friday, June 30th- h'
commencing at 7 p.m


-MlM-1 m1-I -I, ,, m m.'w

talt-Mord Failhm
In Som Coses Ale d g
7he i~.- rtfmd martia.m
There is o question bat that
the appointment of the RMt Board
was called tfor. There eihd and
still exist hocking cass o prflt-
tIng landlorsd. It Is Ia the n-
teretetlon of their duties that
the Rent Board is. in my opinion.
proved to have failed, in that the
situation im gone from bad to
vnas under It.
By the settig of rents at an
Impracticable fuer I consider
that they have unwIttIngly fomen-
ted underhand dealing supportin
profiteerin, and have ato fored
owners to sell rather than hold an
unprofitable Investment.
I trust "lU-Used Tenant" will be-
eve that I argue ua much for the
tenants' sake as the landlordie. in
short, for the sake of attantf
better conditions Meneraliv ia TriU-
dad, to the benefit of all.

Debate As White Paper
The itr. Ta dad GuftdMlU,
Would the "Trinidad uardian"
Induce Government to publish the
debate on the organisation and
administration of the medical and
health services of the Colony as a
Council Paper, so that a complete
and fully accurate record may be
readily obtainable at once.
There Is no doubt that the news-
plaLeS did not have enough pub-
n space to set out the whole
account for the public. It would be
good business for Government, be-
cause the recent debate by the
legislature is not only of Im-
portance to the British West In-
dian islands individually and a a
The material In tt has Important
significance for the doctors of
the British Colonial Enpire, the
British Commonwealth of Nations,
and for the medical profession in
Great Britain as well. To have the
debate officially printed and cir-
culated. and advertised for sale
would render good cause to hu-
manity in global dimensions.

National Committee Urged
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Surely, it is evident that the most
efficient form of Government Is
Achieved only when all sections and
parties amalgamate into a national
body and function as such. There-
fore, the old system of "party" gov-
ernment must be dlscirded. A
house or a country divided 'n itself
soon 'gets Into trouble. Even '-
Colonial Office Itself Is now deplor-
ing the fact that the West Indies
is not yet federated, because this
is hampering the execution of plans
for our development and progress.
What wr must aim at is not the
creation of another "party," but
rather the crystllization of all
parties and all sections of the com-
munity into a national body.
You may call It a National Com-
mittee, with sub-committees to
deal with Industry, lihbnur, com-
merce, agriculture, health, educa-
tion, etc.

B.B.C. Wants Suggestions
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
The British Broadcasting Corp-
oration are considering their "An-
swering You', feature which former-
ly was Included In the Thursday
half-hour of "Calling the West In-
dies.', Questions can be asked and
will be answered by an expert on
any subject at all, e.g., sport, poli-
tics. music, agriculture, education,
industry, religion, world conditions,
post-war plans, etc.
Also there is a "L'stener's Re-
quest" feature for songs, choirs,
orchestras, bands, recitations.
If any of your readers have any
desire to hear a particular song or
chorus or band and will send the
details to me I will forward the re-
quest by air mail to the B.B.C.,
with whom I correspond regularly.
Any suggestions for, new B.B.C.
features would be welcomed.
8, Belmont Circular Road,

Electricity For Morvant
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardia"."
I appeal to the authorities to ex-
tend their symplhy to us, the
residents of Morvant. We sent
petitions through our Social Wel-
fare Club to the proper authorities
for the use of electric light to
ameliorate our conditions.
We are isolated from all ameni-
ties of life and are bound to be
Indoors a. dusk, and there are
many of us who have our radios at
the mercy of Insects and damp
weather. If given current we will
save the life of our mdios. The
use of our radios win greatly as-
sist us In the building of our chil-
dren's mentality.






Military Hospitdl
The CdiWr, "'rinldao Guardian."
As an ex-member of the South
Caribbean Artillery I read with
some interest .he pictorial, Ullus-
trated article on the British Mili-
tary Hospal which appeared in the
"Suncdty Guardian" of June 4.
I regretted, however, and was veryI
surprised that no mention was
made of the individual efforts of
our local boys. I recall the days in
Cv SeptemLer. 199, when the
first "Military Hospltl was on the
bed of a medical orderly (whoseI
familiar figure I recognised among
the "standing N.O,.'s",) The bed
wAS Assele by drops of blood
0To= hWave a wen-manned
WAn h wr9 W eo d hospital.
but W 6us *ot eoryt ow boys who
havoc SOrtud tIno UhiaS large a
Ietasatve thewelare ofthe


rent N

After HiLC.. St. LIauwt' hd beb i a U-bUat at ofthe water
withk depth arge and gm&W setmly The embers of the U-bofVs
eeew Ait sBe abmleed dd p. Mny were wmnded. ad wme
picked up by tke CanMl-ae deeg er. Here one of the wounded
b beif helpe dewu the magwaa his way to a ecentratlon
eamp hoptaL .He lk ~ edls and beisg helped by a DBritaish and
an Amariea sl er. l.

Fliers Suffer Hardships

On Big Bombing Missions

The least known front on which
our yong men a now fghtng Is
the high-altitude battle line. Any-
one who has felt bitter cold may
have some Idea of the Russian
Movies have given a glimpse of
the man who fights In a subma-
rine or tank. But noting short of
an actual bomber mission can tell
the whole story of conditions on
the 25,000-ft. front. The cold is
worse than Russia's; the cramped
quarters as bad sm a tank's; the
problem of oxygen as vital as in a
Leave out danger from the enemy
for a moment and consider only the
natural hazards at this great height.
Remember the fearful hardships
suffered by the men who tried to
climb Mt. Everest, man's only other
major effort five miles up. A bomber
crew Is whisked at dissying bpeed
from sea level to 25,00 feet.
Making deep penetration Into
Germany the men are in the air
eight to ten hours, every minute
packed with intense danger and
hardship. They must fight for their
lives, possibly suffer wounds with-
out proper medical help, and ex-
pertly control some of the most
complicated and fast-moving ma-
chinery ever Invented.
Accurate Jobs
Quick, accurate Tobs are done by
everyone from tall-gunner to pilot,
but their have to be done in clothes
that are aggravatingly bulky, for
the cold many reach 60 degrees be-
low zero. First a man dofns the
heaviest of long underwear. Over
It go regular clothes. Then comes a
bulging binding winter flying-
suit of leather lined .lth sl.tepiskin.
He is already movL-'n awkwardly,
but there is more to come: an
armour or' of.steel plates, a yel-

It is time for him to start the
long strain of keeping eyes fixed on
the Fortress 100 feet up and to the
left to move a stiff control wheel
with one hand, tease four throttles
and propeller pitch control levers
Into ust the right speed, move the
big rudder pedals against the resist-
ance of heavy springs-all this to
keep formation while the planes
plfuge ahead at 300 feet a second,
surgng .up and down In the turbu-
The gunners start their power
turrets on methodical "searchln"
of the sky for enemy fighters that
may blast into the formation at
any aesoond; the navigator begins
his endless plotting and checking
and sweating.
Alms Active
The second and third hours bring
aeshe to the pilot's arms, legs and
back, stiffness to the rest of the
crew. The throat microphone grips
and chafes those little scratches
from shaving; the Mac West rubs
the back of the neck. In the head-
phones above 20,000 feet, the grains
same effect on the nerves as drag-
ging fingernails down a slate. The
cold begins to creep through the
heavy clothing. The oxygen mask
gripe the face like a malevolent
hand. Subconslously, a man wants
to loosen It or rip It off; consAclouzly
he leaves it on. In this Fortress and
In all the others above, below, and
around, each mind feels the fami-
liar strain of high altitude.
During the fifth hour, the Luft-
waffe is likely to show up several
thousand feet above the bombers,
ready to slash down in screaming
formations. But flying with the
bombers are the Thunderbelts Mus-
tang--to the bomber crews their
black, heavy bodies transcend the
beaut, of any pin-up Lirl ever born.
Sulfa Dust

row Mae West life-preserver 'in over .ight wast S unconclous at his
all, the parachute harness. On histaton Th lste h
head he wears a warm cap and a aton. The uslipstream ahreiks in
steel helmet, ) his hands go trou the gun aperture at 60 de-
thick, heated loves. gres low zeo. He needs a tour-
niquet and a compress, sulfa dust
More items remain not cloth- anda hypodermic. It is no job for
ing, but gear. Wlthou. o:.ygen, heavy gloves. The co-pilot slips his
man wculd lose consciousness in off. If he is fast, he may g't the
about 30 seconds; so he sln on neeary things condone In two or
an oxygen mask around his neck. three min s, then get his gloves
(Later It. grip on his face will be back on Even so he ist probably In
almost maddening.) Then ire the for trouble. P
intercom headset and the throat The blast of air is colder than
microphone-the one clamped over the chamber which quick-freeses
his ears, the other strapped snug food, and It has the same effect on
around ihis Adam's aPr' bare flesh. The few minutes' expo-
sure may mean six months.in the
The Take-of- hospital, hands muffled in aseptic
Worry No. s take-off. The pilot boxing gloves, In the hope that the
is strapped in his seat by his crew fingers will be saved But i t's a
cef (another restriction on move- ad gunner or an inJured hand,
tnief (another restriction on move- and there's no choice. The co-pilot's
ment)-and he must take 30tons next worry is to struggle back
of steel and aluminum, loaded with through the 'plane to the cockpit.
gasolene and high explosive, into His walk-around oxygen is giving
the air. rom the tin.. the .hrottles out and he seem slower and mvr.e
are advanced at the head of the tbred than a strong young man
runway the tension begins. Should be.
The speed mounts to 100, 120, be- Now the Forts converge toward
fore the heavy-laden wings lift the the bomb release line. German
'plane clear. The slightest swerve fighter Staffeln and anti-aircraft
would blov, a tyre and cartwheel batteries reach their frenzied peak
plane, crew and explosives Into A of rsistance.The air Islivewith
pyre of flame, and smoke, flak Horsing the bomber through
The whole crew holds Its breath. violent evasive action tAkes all the
But the pan doesn't swerve. The strength of the pilot's arms and
mission Is on. wrists, The orew counts each ex-
Now is time to strap the oxygen cruclating second. Finally comes the
mask absolutely tight,.so tight at bombing run and the thrilling shout
the rubber face-piece digs into the -"Bombs Away!"
skin and cuts off circulation in the In spite of th'se fantastic hard-
cheeks. It is time for the pilot to ships, no American heavy bomber
turn up his radio receivers to a vo- formation hns been turned back
lume so loud that they overcome from Its target by enemy action.
station and enemy Jamming. The The boys In the Ports and Libs can
noise In his ears is deafening, but take t.-(Condensed from Air
no word' must be missed. -C e m Airfct.)

New Order Needed In Education
(By A CORRESPONDENT) very profound; but it cannot be
On any survey of the national gainsaid.
activity, the principal and most We all find great difficulty in re-
far reaching, is the movement to- alising that centuries before the
wards a true form of education. On rise of the civilisation, which has
all sides,., from Church to $tae, held the world in thraldom, and
from domestic life and from corn- which we are taking such pains to
mercial life, from the agriculturalist destroy, education was given along
as well as frm the industri'alist, the tru; lines.
the cry arises against the pW The Old Testamnent, for Instance,
inf ignorance, and in favour of a which was in being centuries be-
u and true education for every- fore our present form of civiliatlon
one, regardless of race or social &aMe, e8 tevIen-"spIa'lly In
conditions, the Psalms-of the extensive knowl-
edge which men oseased of the
The conditions of education In natural1M a and s t w, nd
this Colony should make us rend their relationM daily dca ic and
the very heavens with a howl of national life.
protest. Of our 100,000 children In case it may be argued that
3M never go to school. "t is only Ulftn" w have an-
The remaining 77,000 are forced other omt ai WtMu wl in" the
to run wild for the arst Ave years cutrrk-ic W "- as f wtby
of their lives. After 10 years of edu- the Dauis. it town by decu-
cation (or what p.sMs lo ls y a menry evidetns. th t h Britain
that) they are turned adrift Into wthe a tre w 0 l ppUs in
world. There ought to be no Wgu- schools who wn .tanu memory
ment about the leaving age being training, pun e satro-
raised at once-by a stroke of the nmy. natorlAl history in a its
pen; no matter what it costs. branches, and the laws of God with
special rehene to domestic and
CURRICULUM CHANGE national li te.
With this drastic alteration of the This was asot a eurriuluq for
school age must come the drastic peciallsts. It was- the dary
alteration of i,1 curriculum. Today's syllabus In a nation which gave a
curriculum may be summed up as a acres of land to every child at Its
Ifew scraps of information which are birth. So that as land was every
commercialized for Immediate use. child's heritage, so the laws of good
No foundation is laid n the child' land management were thenatural
life on top of this rubbish on which lehoes atSchool.
he or she can build. It only rmains to point out that
During the civ tato which t, i our naiuon Iscr ng t es
are breaking In pieces, teachers C of Is mm, naeand er


Education Depart-
These. nil be feep vnsa
I tIUntsMM at the pa
owls" of Tlopmam Age!
ATGWIn ontebe next. pealer-
W WE be gvento cafldates
Vw N toB the SMein orou
tnthe fiScool c:rtl5ltt.orO
m subjects In an the Sthool
A ntthis t ale amto be ter.
wated a% the. sM of UtheM f rd
tn Ithe student work Is much
below t standard required.
A minimum grant, toward main.
tefatce, of S O per annum will
be payable to selected students.
This sn may beincreased to a
muxnum of 0 .00 per mmannum in
speal circumstances.
tons tatg ag, quallfl-
cat 1and partlare of school s
or colleges attended, together with
copies of two reownt te-tmonals
should reach the Director of Edu-
cation not later than Nth 'une.

R.. Patrick,

2nd May, 1944.

Rector of Education

Power Station,
St. Vincent.

Post of
Foreman Mechanic,
St. Vincent.

Applications are Invited for the
vacant pst of Foreman Mechanic
at the Power Station, St. Vincent.
A Cold Storage plant is operated as
an adjunct, and though an atten-
dant Is in charge of this plant, the
Poreman Mechanic will be expected
to exercise supervision as to the
maintenance of its machinery and
The post is non-pensionable with
a salary at the rate of 1175S rising
by annual increments of 10 to 30
per annum. In addition war bonus
is also payable, the present rate
being ie per annu .'re" passage
to St. Vincent will be provided for
the successful applicant.
Candidates applying for the post
should possess considerable expe-
rience In the operation, mainten-
ance, and fitting of large Diesel
Applications, containing full par-
ticulars of the applicant's qualifica.
tons and experience, accompanied
by iestimonbuls. should be addressed
to the Superintendent, rEectriclty
& Telephone Department, St. Vin-
cent, and must be received not later
than 30th June, 1944.
(Sgd.) J. P. -. CROPPER,
Superintendent Electricity
and Telephone Department.


-~~', Aa'1
The attentiosg e,.. ~
drawmI tohhe fattbase^
IMPorts ang bmni'fl
ulatlons of the lntb &
person is perDttasd ito
into or take u Roo dt
n bhalf of any eoth
les a permit fee the M
port of the maid eMe a
obtained from the
Careful notice shoul'a
that fact that. uni 'a.
been obtained, amy
carrying goods on behfalW
when entering or leavla t
Is liable to a fine -
thousand four hund di
in extreme cam to
Travellers should thulga
certain that a Dermit hbs. -
tamned from the Ootm a"
the carrying by thse of mio
not their personal ,pror ,

Wanted To
OnSeven-aeater oR i.
bus In good mechanical Sa L"w
30 Abercromby *i^

Trinidad Govern i

Railway '


APPLICAT. N Sare betel fn N
suitably qi l .,ed tpet ,
I pointment to the followig i*'
the Trinidad Jovern@Mf 3WM.
Age : Not less thu M0 "
experience: :ot lea sb5
experience In iq=I$V.T
directing men moo.
general earpentey tx
Knowledge of osr ad vW
building and oemlip 0
wood-working mcMluwh
1. RUNNIP! dw3 *|3
p,4--- s,-jgl '
Ago: Not im. ham it I"M
Experience* Not ,M fa |
years' experloee Ini
Ing and direct na, '
In servicing ad O
ning repa! to st 1IM

TALK motives.
TALK Applicants should a@M6 *

CO STS L V ES applications to the Oiw 4
Sager of RailaWvysh Pdit-



Section 78-Motor Vehicles ond Road Traffic 0
Midsummer Meeting-June 29th, July 1st, 6th s
All vehicles must approach the savannah by & B
Street or any other street West of that Street and 1 il
horse-shoe road by the Dundonald Street ga9e. oe
Cars will be parked on the savannah andire"t IN
marked lines, East of the horse-shoe road. facing otW
of membitrs of the Turf Club displaying memberhip hl
parked Inside the horse-shoe on marked lines facing Wei
On the conclusion of racing, cars will draw off to 1
road, and leave by the Dundonald Street gate. .
Cars attending to pick up at the conclusion of tbi
by the Chancery Lane gate.
Traffic In the vicinity of Queen's Park West wIl b
the discretion of the senior Police Officer on duty.
Empty taxis will rank as directed by Poliq ad V0b0
to approach the Grand Stand entrance only when
Persons arriving on foot should approach the Gr ad
central footpath from Queen's Park West by which
the Grand Stand ticket gates by the new overhead l
thus avoid the danger of crossing the motor road. 0'j
parking bicycles will be provided. .W. '
Persons leaving the race course after the races monf
to use the overhead bridge and the footpath so as to,
the lines of traffc. .o,

Police Headouarters.
14th June, 1944.

R. A. Erskine-Und
Ag. ceUSdow


MEPACRINE-Smastitaut for t'

It is noticed for Information that 'Mepacribl" 'J
sale as from Ist July, at those Post Offices wheo N
viously sold. eb
The Director of Medical Services has Issued the 9
tions regaeding the use of Mepacrine. a.bd

General Post OoIce. *
15th June. 1 44.
Mepacrine mIs a drug used In the plaoe O fU
ment or malaria. It Is a drung that can be usd S
some advantage over quinine. It doe not
effects of quinine, namely-namea. oifkaei-' ga
the ears ean deafness. Oocasonally a ye l
skin may occur towards the and of q
dleoloratton I s harmless and diappears h 6t
e treatment.
ChUren 1-4 years ....... I Tdd (e 0
Chvft "- yeaom ........ 1 TaOlet M9S
Chande 6r-i yeas ... 2 TMtLW
COdMm ever to yea
an Adule .......... 1 Ta9bt0s 1*
Mepacrine Is not to be taken for iMuMi
.a one course. If considered necessary, ai "
mayT be repeated after an Ineeaml s 10 d .
Mepuine shuAd be taken after odEI
No person W My OUmuhm ms hn" Q= 30
NXIE-3S." wr "S


IIn aid of the


d .............


. L 1,

- tmm. g~s&~ ~mu. w p. sgu

iph's Convent Relief Wi,, i 'French Maquis
ears $60,000 MarkIeGiv

-lla Roit ow de Ita m ad a* a - 46-

O m. i n adre eam. lt nWth I io euwld
WiiM t s. lof X to -c be pil wAm -
Cbsoch w- bthe ofSIpe f PKA p--
A;VPierr"-TV* wseb Reb. as t1* 080-
Q., Crowds Attend, 7 te s th
sewe r t M n th"wer
aL M. Ise- llt ff. nw FuneralvOat -- "0Gen" cmDwight -
-m aMr.?" Mra. "Lso K5e
A: INMY sUW ndserthol direct, tma h
To, ErAE MOM uIsci elt cerat b1cs.
F. u 1 42 ". WI h4 eadquarteh NroewMlilil
S ma- m SA, ts OL 1. M aUM has been btem s d l kto
3 111 to ef St. v -omifaIbuemma sWel u l tWelal u t-m5
B %LA a- S limtst hundreds Cof esttea others the Ma nf ht ng detachments
a s. F oomes workers turned u to pay tIhs t d the AliUed armin s mnf fnce.
bI u ss.esm u-. tritbulte to ithe a= )Wr. ErnDlt Amppear tree s i ~ .adI ph t "ea Ff% S The" vue this .-opestloua i
uolH t D. CrSi S t. Au u l' s obi1o @ Woodi or Iap at **S -rge TAe t h tem ftiml k Toas n. 4 r-' fartrigied b the Allies to how
Wt M ad iiaftas$S. odge po tate. Calas whose Cae k en aed Pr es es emt a0e tf WMI n am heated expectatious.
mromad ) I, ,.To&funeraltook place at matawt~m,.(r
82anLe oei ..... ..ALL UgrCATIgo re
.-- -m*lor. i. m aeNrmk. St. By his death Trinidad lost oneI ab

B~~rSm ^'S^ 2 ar*'*rtkt8<> ^Pialp sofTe B .reotcRihd *Aitte hdcall for hm acl
M sr a.mMr.m roia. of its most outstanding figures The1rtIIfor arm has been re.
J 3.L i SM w e Pi. t^ *ln*11 MnAhdoot with a resordtof PubliS shieve- Afi Fore s Goe KPo Del;4 "1 b the 11" nh estr-
"M r and M rs ar A ment eXceUlleby few.ti rqmias br M th nlroughout the lat
( l um Un. Mopn ar o Properth O wOigh t G With
S, Mr. andp Me. Smord- A &brilliant br-.trIs, r Plrd8 uGerman Prpe %MG tt to. ---- wt-
j~ssuraiis ndia Snt OfTrinidad 'a cocoa.
agiMr. S d Eel U 1,, o Tinda'smoo@'sga adincreasigUrgency. Special weight
6 rem ae B eL Mrlands. rubberiianstris amateur rider p p Japs NDON, Jun ]$X(APi-. The IS now given to this deomnd, bY
Mr Mri. ad Ms T 11 M an and racehorse trainer of reaow, 1p s a n s eAero d the Gneirm p [ ar ystm at traacks
*tt"ile JalrdieM Mr Mr. Robinson was man of Smost KohiMa f ty the t ib!ar on the Maquls areas, following the
L c ma.itv. M k u es remarkable physical energy, nitia- Ne r oera4 has l h an cage with eent scessfulMaqui lon
ar M. Teatt. ive and vi lon. t he defnge oermany proper the e r mI a n communlcatlons.
or 1a1a11 Mr0 01I O 4 16 $9o r t BorneinBarbados years a rregom-n
0. irun sIts. T d'i ad SOUn fouTHd A SoTu ASIA HAD- by Hitler, e nd already has set While the arms and explosives

Cy~a..S: Lid.^ DO. Wong Wuonh.; Mr. Robinson found^ e
Ms. huL tae. wsu$ toMr. Rbnson fond s.em lo, -UAR10 KANDY. June 26 heauarters In Detini It were suffclent for thea raids,
Mrs. as Cl ara M. mnens.anrov.rs eevingb R oteshISaodn & that he will direct the tW.y are often Inadequate for self.

Mae. lamlm (251in515.Urnii.S Guiana1." From i aig heel w..y t"ePter-l*"d atT.-q ^JTnth oz^nsa~tion whi t Wch built. deeo aa t UvSontrle Tuerd.
S P m .a able to proceed to gland at the east and of tWheKoh(Ima- ot oratsat ort. Whih built deece against concentraed Gr
is r anid tmrs 6A .,ut age of 19 and qualifyasdn thabris. [mp road on the In a-Bra Up Gerntany's west Atlantic ltn attack.
S lMA. r dheuiz a.t. a- ter-atlaw. fy e ontter where lith Army troops wall. building a new inner line Koig's appointment should also
5. ra- adM .. Wood At the Bar his career Was in- are M opping up s ll enemy Par- of f-tisond. help to disorel the Speculation.
Tisae.uaWoruheat'Aia"' -about lhe alleged diflaerence oil
5I. Mrk I&- i r. a s"doi bly marked bysuccesful de- tie. Tiu othe a P B I i lne on
X." We n 90 cm or to tmie A tli e Ad l vancete
IL A iAswS 85. Mrand tenceofA thle Water lo a In 1r0t. Command common ue sas that eoMai.nd and the
a, I, a rsi J c. During a busy life an a lawyer these enemy for oesnU tlined An Alled o u nrem t ConnMdt In the
3chrl. 5. M* a.d rs Mr. Robison. with an unbendisu and appear to be ein bad physical int o rench. There have been
leaIr 82 Well Wse8.@ I i m -fihI agriculture and Its great condition. One Japanese regiment razreas reports that thie Allied Hi1gh
8 g. Mr Puna Pirrm e2. i prtanc to the Colony, de- has been virtually wiped ot, and (lU ommand had a skeld the Prench
mse=J o 2. rnRamarsker. veloped partly out of sheer forest another has lost most of its guns. to stand by. Ile the French Con-
SM %IA 09oePh t Mr. large estates on the principle of The B.B C. reporter ,Richardeite. had called them to action.
Miel 1 Ms M smallcontractsto wthepesrp says that their Allied Badva nce t dnt that French communist t mr-*
S r a Mr.. Abe and eventually retired from the east of the Kohtea ist ce tilns had even tried to i tart a
0R.a Mr Ab ealctratot he easntry hr.Ja's thetkthe, i d had anc t fo
SRoman 1Si.5. lrdn-v Charles Bar to devote his entire time to % prt ed ti ar o general riing of toie peopl .
3M Charle 1. AlIfred cbarit. Si. agrWiculture. odi a A t a gn r ino the P e le
PslO $3. ttLacola. ef-olas wtol St. lics To M funeral from Nonpreil following ard on the deels of the lCONTINU EDw ROMt, ea t w
R P. Mrs M Pam 6 ov Estate wau attended by thme Japanese towards Ukhrul. whWh Jumping off this morning the
Lia $1. Imerts Vilam 1 Mrth Va- C ololny'st mattndeade byin he the Japanese have been building engineers headed up the road to-
%. Mo, r iairo 51I. Mr.. s RVangolns ma of liea as well as up as a base since early on in their ward this peninsula port as fast as
C RUT. $r wb Im l. Mrs. Hong .usapects of .life,.an well as10
I WalL0 S Ll.aS Raome. undrssf esate workers. t W offensive. Sharp says that if the they cou!d fixing he highway ema s Hang
nPrSt H m fitting t tribute to a man whose Japanese make stand atL'khrul. where it was damaged a s thev wentlO ram
M H. L .M s9. Tba d am. life was an example of intense it may be a formidable obstacle to but aiming par-ularly at. Plm-
ti 11.Mr. Paul de oudr $. o personal zeal and high accomplish-, the Allied advance towards the bino from whi on a clear day I F rench en
.rtolal St. Remincton awareness of the needs of the Bitter fighting continues at visible. -Ht', S-A ..reA.
Wr uand Mr. Oter Colony as a whole, and, in particu- Mogaung i northern Burma The advance element final. I PORT BOU, l PAIN. June 6 (AP i

0~nondtdyt~ anrr> r ^lT ^? r oi > tedK the town an"" houlr a a n.yjd mnh-A panrts d esptc r~tand that.
Wcmd. o .iL Lasme rft lar, of hundreds of individuals to Chinese troops now hold t south.daytedsthe town number ofter -A PnsdespatCh orp oa ted that
S t.. mr vman Marque In whom he ws directly or indirectly em half of the town, and British din e t hey haed way back Into tow he guerrila-held
rHrr Jamr o.. Mf r Herbertresponsiblem for their daily employ- and Chindits-they Include men of for th waterfront to e what W bench village Of Use on Tueraeda
O@riintnP ie ore th, waterfront to see whatwas French villageio U itonyusa
eta sIer aMr E the Lancashire vers nd necenary to put the port in work- night climaxed ei victory by

bU. e 56.. ahd loammed wt h whi h bot havee ofushed AM quarter. of< tamilen '-- uar
Ut 55W d Mr.. adammd 5s&. J pl. s Fo South Staffordshire retgments- ling order since it was excellenUy I- changing 100 Frenchmen in tUhc

15N..toMrs. coupardi ft of. ^ j In he* Sl %^strO R Inl cae fo brngn in Suple by town square.
Wm. A Y an ,. &. r'-ien rma ove into the town from the east. sea for tl t ops advancing up The Soantsh correspondent o:
,A. layan WMB~.,Mrs. 13 Bernan. A i a M v s F r.V n
A,3L. CharlesA ko 34c%. Well Wisher Ohurka troops are also in the the Rome-Pisa road. the Barcelona newspaper Van-
. ILa.--, 1., Art More tanuaAncertsbfishting ther. Preliminary examinations showed guardian atittUg under German

* g 'ht MSStu ij24,. Ralph^ flhinSr^ ; S Ui A K "' l
W .. Wa ,i Ma 1hi m od t.. Dahr e n Th irtvy-fve miles to the east at that the Sa wall Ins de the tip of censorship, said that after lmquidst-

he~tade b rs, pweqB erfor more ofthlaen forthe enter itrole,|TeapscUn i e-t S^ ^
Se ., 5Bt w Jla SNg. C.I.. Desire to have the Poll,- Band e tvltk ln American and Chinese. the peninsul and other parts of ing 100 resp-onsIble partisans,
tod a n .perform more often for the ente-a troops ere now almost linked uP.. the waterfront were pock-marked calm "waagallin imposed" in the
S tNs e WIa I tainment of the A.ema pubcis and between them they are now and cratered by bombs from recent town, located In tht Correse I -

r,6y':Lf 111101tebrUtio n g dis- thethrf ofd the AM W raids.> paHt atU th foot of Plate&')
hth o expressed In al question listed by, sald to hold two-ths of the Allied air raids parent, at t foot o Plateau
by th a Pr. Ao frr om Cohueol S. P eert ainfngh for an- town.d _____ .a fie llre chM s nlaqus.
.wer by Arima's Mayor at the meet- I B r e..... r 1us .o M te aUs
I by WM.IheL. eS. ng of the Borough Council thereLvro Borders reports said the Maqu
__7 "Us __ al_ o-m n o. uon.ho eau 30 ing e B had brought flour and other f
S Tim St B emuda ZUIGvCH, June n6 (Rrter).-Th to Us"I and distributed it. About
tion is as follows:1Fo na Chiasm correspondent of the this time the Vichy authorities
SIs His Worship aware that there o rEngland Soon "nd." ,epod today that the orderedoollaborationt illtia to
haes bow pne Publioer tGermans are believed to be aban- consider Frenchmen who accepted
ilmnd Islandso b e Bd A BERMUDA. June 23 (CP) doning the west coast port of food from the "terrorists' as ,"te.-
. for some time now? Lord LBurghley aboompanyed Lvorno (Leghornl. which suggests roristt themselves."
tauyZone "If the answer isn in V af&rms- Mr. Jack Tucker, M.C.P., and that Field-Marshal Albert von Fugitive Frenobmen said the
p =C OL 26(Reuter)tIve, will His Worship enquirer of Capt. Bayard Dill. M.C.P., wl Kesselring does not intend to make Maquis blasted bridges and hnleh-
the athoritihathlts thereason for dis- shortly be proceeding tEnglada stand north of the Apennines, ways leading to UsUe but did not
INS tUe Aathoritleas havebae-t cotinulee of this pleasurable where transportation problems but on a line much further north, rest once the Germans rschfdl
the Aland sweanden between generally affecting Bermuda will This report g to confirm a the outskirts, choosing rather to
md and Swedeamil it ~akry rtps ntttePlteu e ils
s Snd have forbidden all ex- "Havin regard to the lett. to be discussed, message received here from an retire into the Plateau de Mule-
zAS1ld0Zl to so the-, -thiS Council some two years aVo Mr. Tucker recently ws 1P- underground Milan newspaper that vaches where the guerrillas were
A to g Nyhemrse -changing the performances from pointed chairman of the new German formations have already said to number thousands. French-
t.stoeis-Me, e moty quarterly, will His Public Board. It is understood reached Bologna, men expressed the belief that those
ot a, islAMS Worhip endeavour to obtain speei- that Mr. Tucker will conault Min- : hanged probably were chosen at
___ believet ich o reason why (a) the concerts letry of Transport officials and Ab De random from wl's civilian Pop-
MOO were entirely discontinued. (b) what leading figures In the traffic flel A hio ulation.
nIf th t UT t wintetho the disal~t ll were in the way of However, t.i learned that eventu- Negotiated Peace Terms
make- 4 maintaining the service, having ally the commission will brin._teaFORaMANeTNIr)
StAregard to the fad that the Bor- Canadian or American transpo- LONDON. June 26 (Reuert.- und gity of ea, a qun.
nsto t a Fernando, further station expert to the 'olony. Dr. Cyril Garbett, the Archbishop tMty of 1ro ical suiting, the property
brgesAgainstfrom the city, is still sup- Eleven canadian horses for alvi- of York, writing in the "York Dio- of the Trinidad Government, from
Implied regular monthly performa-.Ilan use arrived here recently. It
pemty -rces?- is the first shipment of these ani- cesan," says that 'a negotUted the Port-of-Spain Wharves, Ad-
mals in three and a half years. peacenis out of thehquestUon. "Adhema 3mith. a wharf foreman, was
GIOWN. June 26 (Reuter).-It most of the colony's truchsa and negoatatttd treaty with an unde- ordered t? Paa sfine of $120 or 3
Alondtda htSg or JI~alT r s ~~cmn rmfeated Germany would mean an- months, mn n 124
S f ta Amcars are coming from Canaan other and even more terrible war, compensation or another 3 months
fslfomrIainA.Two GetJ,'a 'Terms factories.fth oovsrulsad ete ernywud eaan ons'nMronntnd$.4
Wto 13r has been In- Shpwithin the ext 20 years," he xid. to follow.
NO 1 e DOt alianew Gmovern-........
" to appear before its PeFor Shop Robberies
_ *f He Is charged with NhTI C O CE
On armed a? insurfectionin A the Pharmacy Lc
tskill part In the March ventilie, and Quarry Street,In
he &, also charged with which booty carried off includIed Al d" wh, Intend1
Pt I 11 the coup detat of $100 Intclothing PAnd9aglasscase,
Pa from a Jewelry store thrown out tkn h hrayLeirs
10 now living In a foreign and smashed, brought Allster Tlno- for the Drugsts and Assist-
Siad 00114 easily return to mis jsal terms of two years, vhlLe
I~haosei if he wi5ho Carlton In" alleged to have ant Druggists' FxamltiesSKu
been In oe of the grot18 m hereby notified that the
months fromn Mr. A. .amilton Lectures will begin en Thurs-
der Week In the First Polk* Court. I
sadThomamitted that he broke day, 6th July, at s .m. at tie
Wek aInto a jwelt sop antQ and I (
in-sodtaller hop at Lava~ntille, from both l"ml Victoria Institute.
Wee i0t. S tLofe Wiree. ThP said the paice haM the Se retar, Medical eauOd,

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Lf --V Tug NUN"MU m
-- -O-- the Acting Ooenwir and Met. A. S. WgIMgha -
f tbh Hon'le l doe 4 a10 loss and W&rd. 0ant. and
W&d 0, 0. & Sirepn to dlnD6t at Government SWe on
"Vi3lGaiA' KNDLRUY. who left to retrn to hte home in
Eilfta Uas f ashed m toM convey his farewells to aM of hik friends
M be utn in a hurry and did D" bvae tie to im e them a
1.$0%ft. who cae to Tinidan te.Juns. 1941 ,We we of
| pmipuar men on the ade A"r656d In = 7e
U t tome prior to bhs departure he said: "1 leae here
iiheah Timemor:es and the hope that Ishall return sOMe day
U nd you all happy and prosperous."
:WAP A Club, San pernando. have fIxed Saturday. July 15, for
thek next informal cocktail dance, which will oummnef at I p-m.
1 hab also been decided to have informal dancing from t to I p.M.
alternate Sunday evenings. and a pianist will be engaged to pro-
thimusiconi these occasions. the first of which will take place
8undaty. July 2. 0
proceeds of $2,050.64 were realized from the Red Cross fair
in aid of the Prisoners of War Fund held by Mrs. H. H. Bourne at
*e Quee'is Royal Colege on April 29. Several item Were left over
om the fair. disposal of which has just been completed; hence the
iay in anuouncin, the result.
i R. BILLY ELDER, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Elder, arrived from
Canada last week to spend hiA summer holidays with his parents.
1Ider is a student at St. Andrew's College, Aurora. Canada, and
aI his first visit to Trinidad since he went there four years ago.
A. *
NTIDMR the command of Lieut. Foster, the "0" Instructors of the
"' observers' school, R.NA.S., Piarco were having a practice party
-"?" day at the Countrv Club on Saturday.
1,f P day, I understand, is a stag party to be given by the Lieuteu-
juta of the "0" school some day next month. The date Is, however,
)$la secret.
I spoke to tha "bridgehead' at the club on Saturday and I am
0we the party will be a success. Among the "attacking forces" were
lEout. Hyndmiam, Lieut. Friend, Lieut. Masters, Lleut.-Comunander Tim
dew, Lieut. Morgan Lieut. Tibbett tHon. 01: Lieut. ftrty, Lieut.
(bury 'Hon. 0): Lieut, Richmond, Lieut. Ryan (Hon. 0), and
t. Britton (Hon. 0).
DURHAM'S orchestra will again supply the music for another
dance to be held at the Portuguese Club on Queen's Park East,
as usual, those who wish to attend must have admission tickets.
was one of the largest crowds at the Trinidad Country Club
on Saturday evening for many a long day.
Among those I noticed there were Mrs. Mercedes Plinmner, Miss
Rostant, Lieut. Matson, Lieut. Preston Medcaife, Miss Hilda
th, Mr. A. Peres Castrillo, M". and Mrs- Daniel de Lima, Miss
Croft, Mr. John Clemens, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Moore. Mr. Ed-
Meaden, Dr. and Mrs. James Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wade,
and Mrs. Al Thomas, Befor and Sefiora Carlos Rojas. Mr. Edgar
WMis Jov Milne, Capt. Hocking, Miss W. Hennessey Miss
Mosely, Miss Gladvs GCordon. Commander Boyle. Miss Sieelag
a. Miss Pauline Crabtree, Mim Miffy Hunte, Lieut. Chester, W/O
q. Bermuda-, Ens. Perry, Lleut. MoCoekl and Mr. and
kg~.A~ faerd. ..\
oad MRS. NEVILLE LEGGE returned from Barbados last week.
Mr. Legg., who Is from Trinidad, was married while there, to MisI
i 'Jorte Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrm. W. R. Allen, of Wortliing,
jirbadoe. on June 17.
The ceremony took plane at St. Patrick's R.C. Church. MI.'; Jean
Jlmaon and Mis Jean Nicholls were bridesmaids and Mr. Johnny
l.Sd wae baetman.
1.4 MUhes were Mr, George Allen. Mr. Rav Lggge. Mr. Rirliard
MWk iolls and Mr. Maurice Leach. The honeymoon was spent at the
> tf 1 sr. and Mrs. Law left yesterday for Tobago, where Mr. Legge is
12'MCU( the diners and dancers at the Trinidad Co,.;ntry Club on
D. tunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Mervvn Gre]1, Mr. and Mrs.
J'as Kelshall, Mr. Jules Henneguv. Mr. and Mrs Robert Siegert, Mr.
andd Mr. "Boy" Dalia Costa, Capt and Mrsi. (i'orry Madrell, Miss
.IlMne Seheult, Miss Daphne Fatrwilliam. Miss patsy O'Brien, Miss
rThelma, Pamnellonne, Mr and Mrs Tornim\ Herndon, Mi.ss Aileen
Power, Mr. and Mrs. John OGeen. Mr. and Mi A. Elder and Mr. Billy
' .Misr s Min Jo Pranc.ni, Miss Maijorie Maingot, Mr. Sheldon Decle,
whno ha" returned from a two months' staq in Brazil: Miss Gloria
; j~Rtw, Wris "Blondie" King, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Fahey. Mrs. Lou
tUMr. Ieut= W. F. Blades, Miss 0. King, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. L. Der-
I -*bM, Bub-Lieut. Reynolds, and several others.
,,.fO OOM J'flER A. PAUlA.. entertained a few of his friends to
dhMer at the Trhindad Country Club on Sunday evening, and after
:~tMg there for some time went to Perseverance Cluh to finish tip
,.ft evening.
'f- git guests wers Mrs. Nancv PPaget, Lieut -Commander Sandy Welsh,
9I Marguesite Penman, Fiight-Lieut. R. 0. Smith and Flying Officer
m Armour.
S,_ C *
PartupWguo Asswcatinn in Richmond Street, will be giving
t. a dAnoe Oa n m'rday, July 1, beginning a' 8.30 p.m The Modpr-
rAlw Orciestra w2 be in attendance, and members and frirnrt. wish-
iBn to attend are advised to obtain their tickets as early as possible,
ad mission will be hr ti.ltoes only.

Wke Yr sbd Mapy

&Bing Ch4erful At Hom

qCfttt womm st o l s WmeJ W oon's f pa .pol p r.
de at Ve r kda a oaf apto ~e1t0S4% *a __
Wht Is te mall taot T60wi10 k i he a t o
We%. what ai men wt what an mind 016.k1V .
men need osf of 02. t the we to a b imyboms A iO
knowledge that. water the ha-ew s theo e n .
t Sae in lif, t tehee m n Woamn Mthoe y burew Ut
beind them,ada goo4 we Lad theiw uta i wom. w
that .homeiready oand willi t oft the mure of t0 alt h
share the buffeting and adt r neA am e d detenmdt$aUos .
O fts kilplea t Wo Y s time when
Thl: us the mans point f view, b.h wold rather do Manythin than
and it is so very Important be- continue the way be ted s,
cause in the hands of the women Women must smrely underatad
lies the ppitneso of their menfolk, that the head of the family iM
and, of course, their children and come home to unde-tanding and
themselves, pleasantness, to feel the soothing
Whatever the censure or Nraise 5sses own reaboW hi As
of a bnuat world, men, to h swcc e I o-th more to a man tha t .
ful, must be sure of one thing- horoth m rtoaimtera rich bi
they must feel secure in their o home 7 ran or.n.d n hae.
life, ^This is s o very important to fhe horltha n I dho ea. o bar nsA
the, average man, who sets out lt n hs t"thi" in his wrretrieobly
each morning to battle with life. ICfl hellhim notframnIreptrievab
year inand. yer neu. t he hrs not, for a lm tan cproi
yea i" an Yarnt battle in both phase of his life at
The daily battle goes on in a on e adthe sameine-on his job
busyorl world, which can be regarded and in his home.
as a jungle, where the husband This great responsibility rest on
often has to make his way against "wous b oftenshe
cut-throat competition, where all would like t run first to her hu-
kinds of traps lie waiting for him, hand with her troles and it Is
where be has to face adversity and not so easy to efface herself and
disappointment, often puts up with .
Insults and rebuffs and sometimes show him that his worries come
ridicule, where it needs all the fr. that he Is theImportant pro-
courage In he world to stick it out vider, ho, supported by her,
ani ng t "down tools', and alk out nakes their whole home and family
In sheer desperation, life a possibility and a haven.
-'he, average husband has to put If all 1i well at home then all Ia
W with unimaginable'anxieties- well, not only with husband, but
the fear of losing that job which with your children and with your-
took so long to find, the fear of self. J.D.
growing old and having to make
way for younger men, the fear, per- 7 Js
haps, of a bullying or even tyran- LD aily I i J arl
nical employer with no justice In
hi, soul. TOMORROW
Most average men would quit "Something to Remember, Em-
their way of living tomorrow, to plre Theatre, Wednesday, June 28,
r.-ake theii escape from *oll and 8.30 P. .m _
drudgery, If it were not for the fact Dance at Perseverance Club and
that they grit their teeth and keep Trtnidad Country Club, Wednesday,
going, mostly for wife, home and June 28.
Husbands are not free agents and Warrant Officers' dance, at.
cannot pick and choose their way James. Friday, June 30.
of life. They are in the main 'he Function at Trinidad Country
Sp.ovider3 for the home, and as such Club In aid of Red Cross Special
Shave to face and tolerate all kinds Appeal Friday, June 30
L, things in life that are Irksome Dance, Portuguese Association,
and almost unbearable. Saturday, July 1.
SThey can. however, face these Bridge Drive. Prince's'Building,
things, and do so willingly if they in aid of Ethopia Fund, Wednesday,
have the sure knowledge ,hat be- July 5.
hind them are wives who under- _rande fete, Drill Hall, San
stand or try to understand. Fernando, Saturday, July 8.
SA man will put up with much,! Dance at Usine Ste Madeleine
S'ith fighting, strife and frustration' Club, Saturday, July 8..

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- .. ____UMo )G UA3DIAX TtUMDAY. JUN ram nI

we Bats C

Wilson, Lewis And

in Flat Races At Couva
a4*9w% former arbadoe MlS, champion, new
W m bot the race In started In at the touva cycle
S< t o raftc ro d there to arry Off.

In vieter Ohung n
6awOfeed by
gwe., asi. s. North Win
ds" tDr. McShine
Wceoirged a, brilliant /\ ~
sss "u-a<<"n" Chetss Cupii
t-ml-xile.then Bar-:
other two tIn a row. ChessCup
i ain tU" Oat events
,9 *1 ,wi'6 0 By Y margin of 7% points to
1 UIr.I d Btt&alon; P" %, North cheae team, led by Dr.
S A. o. Fancis, won the second
Wl 100-yrd.us,'t wa oftcial series of North-South chess
f place ino the no-yrd games from a representative South
Sanleexed by SOt. eleven, under the captaincy of Dr.
Frank Morton, on Saturday night,
B fws In his usual brilli- at St. Paul's Church House, Harris
H argued off the quarter, Promenade, San Femrnando.
t a fine challenge by -. Analysis shows that South scored
th Caroni champion, and major points on the three lop
Ulamjohn whipped Arm- boards. North were Impregnable
Wilson. with a run of six straight wins
,rd won a special prize- on the mid-boards, and honours
cup for being the most were even on tie last two.
y f athlete In the County Scores of chess enthusiasts were
5He von the 220 County present to witness the exhibitions
a ws second to Tull in and the donor of the trophy, the
Sopen and to Wilson in the Hon'ble Dr. A. H. McShine,
&O.B.E., made the presentation to
conclusion of a Successful the winning captain.
sports Mrs. W. H. Gilbert The high standard of the exhi-
i. J. Outhrie distributedthe bltlons won praise from Dr. Mc-
^ Shine, who congratulated the
ie were the results :- North side and hoped that South
S (Novices)-l. G0. At- would be able to wrest the cup on
rB. Belille; 3. 0. Goniles. the next occasion.
Sdi Flat (Residents, Coun- From the opening at 7.30 p.m.
.ii)-l. Blugha; 2. C. Bar- the issue was never in doubt. North
, Brathwatlte, opened the scoring, then South
Mle cycle Race (Residents equalised.
Caronl)-l. V. Belllle; 2. Then North went forward again,
a. Vidale. but this time piling point after
S Cycle iRace (open)--. point on the central boards until
2; 2. T. O'Oonnor; 3. J. at 10.36 p.m. the score read North
)B.. 5, South 1.
ards Flat Race (open)--I. South got a draw at the next
2. B. Thompson; 3. C. stage when the score read 5'i to
r. 14 in North's favour.
Tafts plat Race (Boys But North went forward again
County CairoI )-1. itzroy to make the score read 6'4 to 1'.,
. Williams; 3. 8. ROOp- leaving the d"aw of the match
impossible for South.
SCycle Race (Residents Closing time was called at 11 15
S( 1aront): 1-V. Bellle; 2- p.m. and three unfinished games
$!T! S--BelaltIII ,n1 V had to be adjudicated by the cap-
lrd at Ree (open : tains. One was decided in favour
TAn; 2-R. Medford; 3-B. of North, and the other two were
!ORMd awarded to South.
I.d iaCt Race (Girls'1 Thle decLsions met. unanimous
, Cnty Caroni) :--U. Ed- arva
!; .-1U. Alleyne; -sM. Po- a proval. Morton, the South
,ie Cyle Race (Resldents captain, announced the final
i*Oi--Hf h handle): 1- scores, and congratulated North
_ H. Ihmael; 3-Pres- for their fine display. He asked
S .Dr. McShine to make the presen-
Tards Plat (Boys' Schools, tatlon.
SCafoni): 1-J Bates; 2- After the presentation. Dr.
t- 3--RamdlIn. Francis expressed his pleasure to
,-Mfl, Cycle Race (Open): receive the Cup on behalf of
.Io'-lwe; 2-M1. Bolden; 3- North, praised the organisation of
b Lap prize: K. Vidale. the South, and in turn congratu-
Pim nlat Raoe (Opelin): 1- lted the South upon their strong
Wftaon; 2--. Medford; 3--Ift, showing on the top boards.
t,' 5fCOREs
ump(Open)t 1-H. Pres- North Team South Team
--R. Mauge; L3-M. Farrell. Dr, A. 0. ranc X. 0. Young ....
WIOla t PAt RC (O(Girls'.. Stanford.. ...... Dr. r. Morton ....
It'Oottty Caronl): 1-E. Al- (Capt.)
a-Po llard; S-LM. Edwards. B. Bedell ........ Hugh MedShin. ....
rewrds Flat S FaRae(ein J. tl. Quashie .. I1 lva Beddoe .. 0
r Caroni): 1-R, Medford; D. D. Campbei .i-
;Nugt: 3-T. Brathwalthc. William I W..7. Mokund 0
le Flat Race (Open): M, r. 'Thomso ....... I A. C, Brooks ... 0
h1; 2.-W. Armstrong; -P. N. Caribad ...... 1 M. Prudent ..0....
Gerald ierreira ..1 I T. Pille .......... o
On. Ayoub bt a ....... 0 L Smith ..I.........
Ie Cycle Race (Open): D. Rufus gorain ... 1' A. Mokund ..; o0
we; V. Chung; G. Mulrain. TO Tot
elTm: L. Gray. 7%otad gTotal$Ims
-t -Wr (Open to team of e --djudcatdIe.
Pollc*. ----

14,136 First Prize
t Summer Meeting
f i s 1h tho moner dltributloln
aBst* Set ries sold "A"
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at 48c. sash ................. 148,500
Orenvom t TOM of
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mnoutom won will be publlb,
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DON. June 2 (Reuter
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Svstited General MaftI
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Union Chief
At an all-day sitting of the
annual conference of the Federated
Workers' Trade Union. on Sunday,
Councillor Albert oomes. the
Deputy Mayor, of Port-of-Spain
was re-elected president-general
for the third consecutive year.
He will not be eligible for re-
election at the expiration of his
present term as the union's rules
provide that no president can hold
office for more than three conse-
cutive years.
The conference elected Council-
lor Charles Ward, chairman of the
Municipal and General Workers
branch, the union's Industrial Ad-
viser In succession to Mr. Gordon
Seemungal, who did not contest
the seat on the executive.
In a lengthy opening address,
Councillor Oomes reviewed the
year's working and expreted great
satisfaction with the continued
growth and success of the unic '.
He dealt with such subjects as
unemployment; the past and fu-
ttre of trade unions in the Colony
as well as the Trades Union Coun-
cil of Trinidad and Tobago and
the activities of the ederat:d
Workers' Trade Union at the City
The conference also passed re-
solutions with respect to the ap-
proaching unemployment problem;
workmen's compensation; minimum
wage and, among others, one urg-
ing release of Miss Frank Cahill
and Mr. TubWl Uriah Bus Butler
from internment.

58.w 00 1
WM Are
ed in


Ahung In 5,Mile

Parkites Hit RasTaffare
S One Does Grand
43 For0ne Gallop

Oval Team Reply To oMsmV
0Then c am tefg mtuurn eIant,i
Invincible's 62 in Tea A Southern alunt.He
Bonanza Final was seat over a mle which he ran
Iat a strong page In 1.57. he aP-
Queen's Park scored 43 runs to. peared to have thoroughly enjoyed
the lose of one wu&i,: i r..a. 'u the mud and finished with a spec-
Invlncible's 62 it. the 80 minutes, tacular burst as PadMlla tested his
play possible on Sunday in the Bo- reserve. t
nanza first class cricot final at ie As there was a good deal of rain
Oval. on Saturday afternoon and on fa
Rain on Sunday morning made it Sunday morning, the race track n
Impossible iora sart. to ue' made Sdasyoringt c t c
until 4.40 and ev~n then it was on was c oedran leaving few unfortu- c
a fairly wretched nitch that the d, trainers with no other choice
game was continued. Sunday's at their disposal. but to carry on
play was characterized by some with their final, on what Is termed C
dogged batting by stylist Jeffrey in cricket parlance as a stickyy p
Stollmeyer. wicket"
Jeffrey had opened the batting Without attempting to cast re-
with his brother Victor, and at the flections, I must abv that the exer- h
close of play had scored 28 not out else tracks are in beastly condition, S
of the 43 runs. due to the continuous showers. plus
Victor was out early, Invincible's the ceaseless pounding from the t
left-hander Melville de Souza send- hoofs of horns in training.. t
ing him back leg before, butFrankle It would be unreasonable to ex-
WaTler joind Jeff and those two pect fair comparison of Sunday's
batsmen played out time. mewitthose of -aturday'k n
The match will be continued on times with those ofn a turdy's, r
Sunday there being no play on whch wee work "billiard
Saturday on account of the races, table" sufac with practically no
Following are the scores: moisture in it, a against the above
mentioned going, where 14 seconds
INVINCIBLE lit INNINGS a to the furlong took a lot of doing
at top pace even for a short sprint.
QUEEN'S PARK 1st INNINGS Carnival was sent 5 furlongs,
V. Stollmeyer, l.b.w.. b de Souza 6 which he strongly ran In 1.11 2-5;
J. Stollmeyer not out .......... 28 Hibiscus breezed 3 furlongs in 46
F. Waller not out .............. s7 ecas.
Extras ............ 2 Chlnkara breakingg from the 9
Total tfor wkt.) .... furlong post, picked up Democracy
Total (or I wkt.).... 43 ter running a furlong, but found
__ ~in him a poor companion for the
remaining 5-8 of a mile. Chinka-
Pl A y ra's first furlong wae run in 17
anerers ay sees but she completed the Journey
Ventrs B Toda in i.29. which makes the final five
Ventures 'B Today 1 .1
Democracy was outrun after the
Wanderers "A", 1944 Northern first quarter, and faded out corn-
ladies hockey champions, and the pletely.
knock out trophy winners, will Jetsam showed tip top form in
clash with Wanderers -B" in a stepping six furlongs In 1.24-he
postponed league fixture this after, was steady throughout and strong
noon, on the St. James Barracks at the finish.
ground. Llennen displayed a useful turn
W.tiderers "A" will play:-L. of speed When running halt a mile
Knaggs; Schuler, Cambridge; de in 55 4-5 sees,-she is a lovely
Labastide. Iris Daunt, K. Skinner; mover.
R. McLean, M Hart, A. Spence Darling ran 5 furlongs in 1.14 4-5"
capt.), Ida Daunt, H. de Verteul. Happy Days was asked to run 7
Ventures "B":-de FreitAs; J. furlongs, after getting the first
Canning, M. scandella: V. Steele, five In 1.12, h. mn the last quarter
M. Potter, J. Miller; M. Pain, J. in 30 ecs., making 1.42 for the
Fahey, 0. Cummings, Phllllp and entire trip, a good enough gallop
A. Another. for the big half bred. Sonny Jim
-- --could not do better than a minute
Shamrock To Start for half a mile.
Experiment showed some pace In
Practice tomorrow returning 59 2-5 for t mile. Sun
Shamrock Football club will start Ray ran the wame distance In 581
pro afternoon Secs. Saracen was not at all bad,
practising tomorrow afternoon stepping 5 in 1.1 2-5. Sar
The cafe Boys' ground wifl be when stepping 5 in 1.1 2-5. Sar-
opened to members then, but, they va ran Ntlf mile In 56 2-5 sees, and
opened to members tlien, but they ^ tmos a
will line up in soft shoes or. the Pippin went over 6 furlongs at I
first day out, to do some running. Pace.
BRIDGTOWN, Barbados. June Besides walking, cantering and
24 (CP)-TWO of the remaining an occasional breeze by other
pavilions at Kensington Oval were horses the centre of attraction was
destroyed by fire this morning, the work of the O'Dowd pair,
-- i i- Gleneagli and High Hat, which
For B Signs- were sent six furlongs each on a
For Better is track somewhat holding due to
APPLY sunshine.
MODERN SIGNS With Thirkell up, Gleneagle
broke smartly from the 9 furlong
17 CHACON S'TREET post and displayed lots of her old
I7fire, by traversing the first 3 (up-
'Phone 620 2 818. hill) in 40 1-5, and ran the finNl 3
in 42 secs, but appeared to have
# ~weakened at the flnish.-nevertihe-
HOTEL MONACO less 1.22 1-5 was good enough time
Nook Avenue-St. Ann's in such going.
S'Phone 5441. High Hat with Holder up, was
Cool and comfortable set In then sent over the same ground
s nacluous unds. Newly re- but he Rained some advantage at
S novated. Two minutes from the break by taking the starting
tranm. Reservations on appi- poiut in full 'tride, his flril three
cation, was a bit faster than Gleneagle,
________ a and ran back In 1.24 fiat.

Tonca Beans

Highest Prices Paid

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Dated this 21st day of Jun'. 1944
W. F. 0 PAUL.

.. To Your Interest

United Builders

General Constnrction and
Renovations of any dew.rip-
ion undertaken Woodwork,
Steel Structures, Reinforced &
Mass Concrete, Sewerage and
l)rainage, etc.
Prompt Service and Excellent
Workmanship In any part of
the Islands of Trinidad and
For Further Particulars

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(20 Years' Experience-Excel-
lent Credentials)
Reg. Office (Temporary)
'Phone No. 5526

31 THE OUMU 009T (V
Su-b.RAtegty -- m ninmft

the Mitter of
The Infants OrtwasMm Coa. a
No. 1i
And in the Matter of
A PrUettn them iedr of AM
infant ignr do he g* o 1 years
by, bni ie gba sad st fMlM

PUBLIC NOTICE I h.- by given
hat by order of His Honour Mr.
justice J. L. Mathieu-Perem made
i the above matter on the 3Wth day
1 May, 194, there will be put up
or ule before the doors of the
Court House in the Town of San
Fornando on Thursday, the 27th
Iy of July. 1944, between the
ours ofI 1 and 3 p.m. ALL AND
SINOULAR that certain piece or
parcel of land comprising ONE LOT
together with the building thereon
iltuate In the Town of Ian per-
iando in the Island of Trinidad,
known and assessed aS Number 5
H-rris Street Northl and bounded
on the North L, lands now or form-
*rly of S. 0. Aaron on the South
bv lands of 0. D. William on the
East by lands formerly of the said
Bna Stella Smith bj now of Carl-
ton Kenneth Mack and on the
West by Harris Street No. Lth, at
t -, upset or reserve price of







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whoo net knwe th welves bMn.

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wer l -"it. J ae su
rena- (tatltls) uam a of the me
trostateo ( eltoph.- f tas rM-
anrCate) ts an enlargement of \the
Sprogte gland. The primary cause
Whetber you ovrwow c ty of both conditions Is interferon
od yondyoD^ur -it ra o with the emdutctiom of norni No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.
wiK gw trat is eanie ehnruetne. Impulses to the oian
fatioe or merm ebaustiona. It sen most commonly In men
yous e ad .bodily ao n aboutthe age.of S. aMW... g.
-,- -A" t ft^ *" "'d l '" No. 10 PETRA ST.
g--o tired so that t e menpb timenticontsbuentaryn cu-
Syou lie awake at sights usl"e- t ". Dlm.tionedsentarNo. 1
11,- .^ m ... .. . 117,000yt te adt 10 _-- *_ Woodbrook
.idon, at foreign, bodineh bradder$7000.00 Woodbrook
in* ea strutue of .e urethra, exceitve
lk" ,, you a*n1 Dr_ . ea sobolie l: a,. LPosur to o
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by 6* .WWWW& StmL 7 ,an Mos Ire WrfU No. 5. OATH STREET,
coI reee -~ a h u-apnce East end of P&k Strmt
m~r.ir. bww t sum mU."Am-

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SAie C RK mI wt2 nw- tit. 'Phone 6t l.-June -5, CpunaB-July evard.-July. .IUILING&IT=taultt bl Mor"ul m)Lolt o. u e 1 STONE oAt A IN-MORIAM rf-or K IM SoT *A 0-
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PSY .-- l" .. ... AUSTOIN MOATLO Ix C PR--. Alryy soo 4211-June 2 ) w MAILr L ANod w It AR un Ge W, d INDxp- 2IWL Ro.Mae ddo winos ... e ..w departed thislilc, oV
fi 3~P d g~_4t0t_4.--JUB2 C~.londlCon. No Streaet. WoodbroO lJued. ,0 MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE Ismedla. tlItrc ta. *fhOB m. lMECHANI CS. B Authority r the June* 01ILI.ANOU *Al | 9. Wl.l II "B
FAOR SIA. M IdillMLE P ealant CtnPA, Rumble pa, ~t OTe gears, T lectricallywJonists'u 0 t r eatIdad.Diatriet Grand Ldge,. Independent ouo said goodbye to noneC,
AT SCHOsi~in od eqipdlrs xelet icneiadI. A OTLN

L C laNu o.. Seat .Melipt- Asa eb altdU god. m T yCrsoequd PipetnrePoin;s i LO LAND m 1 u ed -onited Order of Mechani.csv (- ng, i -con your A Spi.rit f.oe w before we kneow t vr g
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I preferred. but woApply wMith resert ... .uneTnandoP.-Jun. 28 and .outh-U MIAiRoodS Crep Ida lAwful A .t-lb l ity of the aboveR *orderl IQ ltt was your late that you should die l-
salary wo and cofret esntior able e. 1NOW 19 YOUR CHANCE to buy One 16, business locality. Apply 1alade Wiltshire, thuis 151.54 Apart from us end home;

*' S~t Idtlt+ 0nl ic Labour fSupur-lUANl&MliT) pr so" en~*joy tle txauum UreoaclosI -,"^K' OLU) PKOPBCRTT (4 DundtOBald *tc. 130 Clurm i~ot t.--fut- uiyI KBYL'B88 F1RBPROOI IRON gAFB,. i 11 P -'-|--
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IW O MrNamO UH .w..uT*MPS.,..~ht, ,'.e k, a.nrt SUPtR MAR11 OUulcST ^WS+U i, clost. relidentfal quarter--Collen. Rotd, POUBM1UNO UK.DEKTAKKN.; M t tl Radlo, 7 tub... Ull* Bow; 3-B,,rner Oill lCAm Ul~ml LC I r -?
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IIApplyN R122, NCUBATOR. 150- d2r capa -o order, WJuly or wll from Scarbougt enghnes, O. o "w.. n ,. oidOL POiRY. N. ac ddr o TWO w P A T-I1E, w i oABy'ba IRON Ct ood cod tlon ll l aln m 4 a .
S eulOne t potoaph.-JulY lyI DODGE 1940 MODEL. Good mechaniauFrd. enM wrttan prrtcu- Point Cum LnA. ulUrnl. B siAd oud Mrtval. mmalt's house with SctorVi C tre t (St. Joem io.phf ddonRten-o-ye paon p3.--o-July p.i
4WAL"3SMTED cooornfl -" cond tion. SRl8i.'Phone lMissMendel. e, 1. ... iKAcomfort at toene '' *lle.a n.d water laid on. Co2; house. BCootie B N ET'IR -IGN.1. Relectingg ME", r A atv:trlc mta

OKDKR UMJB W]PJK* Oi.D BABX 1o'n1"1 r"m-+JU!y li i mxTONTCR .iT +).UR ..; ..... Wo i _-,- [ XCELLNT 1KVB8TM~kNT nn Olmlol tlurn tO Hsar~old La ,. c"o M -- O-I| GullOilhone. In perfect condition. KMO.i ) s -- -- ..'_.9
a-MoSIk 00a 1.BIf rc aro l ldCsate o NUTM nG 11a2c a Aound Don w i Ing B alo, A d ie'leh. 4 ury ea centr. h Bakery wtA Hous and Id, tor, Prince ntdJUn Wret Box R-In S co "ougrdlan."-rly 2 \ hAN I 1 F P E
S K Aetdna R slta Mtearav,--to Ch aiot. o'.hJulingo Wo"rthi n !eaUhnC.---tuly a tres.Stdb Al bert trte t,, pofurtheropart. W DPTAKP TICKinteI B-si7 -et. 8NG1R AWINWG Foot Mchln Clu l ... .. M I . .

ff -'al. ... .. '" '++'PKy ^ N-; o ; w.tr t,,v b,,ed i------------- lameI P""tiio Bu~meM. I+,00 or oeu-ot IRttura to Crt. 31 Borao. d. --uD 'I3 Anwrromli Btrct. (ter t p~m--liuiM! "ar* UrI MM
heeie. With attiective pay, ft" livInIg FORD V-6r1939 COUPE Very good tRs.Coppin. Worthing,D Babado ffe r tula pspleys app ito W.N. o mha Apply Moern S it1 a eon Street --

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nI othe LrOT 0F PlU ApON t. Kinlyrs. R PVOLVne 74 t'A1.1RtB2. MuDl be inlrbj r *\ mr oo wuto Br*k6a7t LAND FOR SALe e'Oo LATE Ir ClASSI na|6 AcllroSyIL-Jtuly.uy2 .! .o^ S
IU the estateppl Lol o r L m CHEVROLE ndition n good cond i.,tion with nando. o r.rAdams, 103 Tragaret Road.p hone 4429.-July O. OLD UMBRELLAS R fMADE NEWwb y O 1,00 CO i; e.-i
Mt-July i ott. e i ltrL-Jun30 good tyrs. Apply iason. 13 Aberromby or Jugm I thunsi d sheriff itr o GANDTeL Tuna- (8I t Mar-) BUILDING WITH LAND a.Cipero ,,. t rodltlonfMe o In rfoct snnlni J
c C L ERK trals) with Know- direct. 'Phone 6461.-June 2:enPuns-July 16s t, suitable for business; (2) Lot of Ga. t J oh
ofbok-eein wntdtowok AMERICAN MERCURY DOL ED Lf'i EC MUE ayao n!ad with building softened with&puFrys eeLt..Whomlend others. follow. ut AIE__________

,430 P.m. UP VNo. t cl .ving hours A "ndC OUP l ui e' ,,,,h, ,o .... Perfect c t OMFOTABLE Doubn c and v v djaontact: Sultan Khu ant. P NTC. .., P" a ; Danl V732 6 1 L oto Ln Le aot p(

flftjothere. itcan lutmy yu, Thoroutih-I% ....T**. .;;..+ L; :+..,. r, er)mtceuepeerd mrcn rco, u ck... +rone +11.,..-- THg INDIAN W1CT ARBC M OvBmBnTp Kdwui att.---+n.n2,!__t AHFeied It MO.00 {Mr IM
C'l .= Qe n'sPr k .tetwe ., Apply ac ,., .Keni VF., -..od ., .nando, 'Phoneo44...-June 29 4 .O ....f. ou lvl an14 show o ONEFISHING. BOAT for sl.. 'a
nCWh lubro. woa ae en t 6 arll.m-June 2 i 22 py4 70 A 'IlI d Ji-D i PotN Tan 8 DeJ Vrteu l Stree iat .et B two houses.a Bl Apply Io Praya t e Wor*lgJ ly To Utfn..8n 1hone 27 rGoriandy 34Prince tre d et.---July 9 t g s M b. 1EB "

.... ...... ,,- "1-- ;s*N -UCKKaroundS, 1 J^.rnT Apply le +el Ln.l ot I PAKtKWAY (;~tit;T aO J^E, oppo..t. nnigi.DrU K Roaa, App y. +' inuth B AN 1TBR ANDO WOR .-N (MB l -. --- G RA I *nd Bottle Co rltr. i, PP Y-- -... -..
w u*E FML o Ef a^d6P.- ne 2on todlt 6.812nce'.ee t rul. u.- J P" 2 rk House l, ro t a.onabl e raer. It I lKnsnoi treet.Ban o nad C do.-Jun i 3 .-Ju in reply o th uy t MARINE ENGINE, 4-cylInde.-rJuly )0 h.p. T
p~R(11 a ..MOO A- 'I0 1 er dlntmays. honely052sAffoud s $. 00 toyer od on MysrBeNAch ul y U rs% hyviid orv0t. Te Hc-okSre. r64.Jl

m .n U 3MArle.r todraS.tr etn.. JIu HNe Rln9 017. Cty.-JuB 5 'p nt maat. enly ne oeaa n 'd.ll In M o-..N or A H.. ,'r pa'4G L t Jr CON TACTND The Cet R COMRADuc `gI PUnfin st COlstRs condition. -400. Apply tu o .. IIIim r il "'.
m-tl6.ig AUSTIN SMiALL S IX CAR-fairly good ISAM LORD HOUSE. ISYMay W rite' unse Forunn ae &dw, tflliei odMkig rcina

Jl t 4 k3d, S condition. No reasonable offen refutsd. UW.I aus adres s --July3L 1g .usEdl wecticthat n sewe r spc rl0e n Road -pk121O Mg Erection ...
bY' " M COMPANY iiL. lIA. Mc Millan, t.t P l nt E s a tttateAn l a. CO R'eALoUTTA Toag.tte in. a.n Wood e atrtiesr e. Tanksh en l ---uBri-ges. Rein f orc
P-- .l... .. ...M- ..RbonM m a geon Point. on NEW- 2--6. ZRY F]uly Furnished Sa Concrete Afoundations. iep Tanks, Brick MERCHANTS.... iUCKSTERSP. T vr 1 seo
*a sei x'yeat s. ull.uoknowledge ofInsb e a. tates W'. al p ptd. ly;Mn-- e. 1 r oo. s -Mus y R w work. JWelditng and general repairs. 'Phon sonably priced Perfumesm C s M I I M-

"."^r; ;W f^ ,^&; sssUU^ i;l2 .^ uI.Ts --J"" ";*>^ ^" ly^ "
It esan anenne o Industrial sideCHogneOn Mayri'5BeacRwiEAST
),]m" andagreMaintenanced.land. ofMRS.el A620 .1106R.. . oer tTR -R an ) .Cuy 4Ynd. Street. 'Phn. one Garcia,24.-Sly .VincentPA
I n UstrilcaEquipment. Apply with refer-. RESPT AND PLAY IN BEQUIA' ae a cJunlvaed 2 n. ''on A0-40. LITobeA' -t t -ttee muankiang, O IL s14 redet,.'Contact GarcuIa.3 Mt
he ,nIdentity Card,.to WANTED pleZ an dma enjToyn th .o'aruec1C hrnao 4 et 3 ttetet-Auiy 1 KEYLESSVIREPROOF IRON SAFI

i.anIentiyC rd.Vor s LaborSe rWAT27 .ltad ej FthbeRNIGnaisM
TOW,_____Fres___ 'Phones 66row3Puny aribeug th deighfulJOSEPH BENOIT, ExperttStove R-Zensith Console Radio. Purnitures. Cheap.
and modern seaside resortIn Bequian Store et. -June".npal andOven-Make. 112 ClIfton Hill, Baksh", 61 Queen strest.-June l

O@N. i ry ro. ul WANTE9 .A TO ., incelnt. d ie- e .-u P OLD|PROPERTIES.I t. Vi.ncnt Ptr 631Phon.-July 1. ONALA NOTI VING TOWN-Would ell G.

.: .S, SU MA UES .. ....... MOUSE ott, f- .
USDSTAMPS Bought: lisp,' Boo~ks antd SPR AE UST HU E-lusive resadentiam muarter-Coiieoa Road. POLISHING UNDEIRTAKXN. Material Radio, 7 tubes, like new; 3-Burner oil TED A C
Wogrthneg nought.idealaOfe FeoResariin Maraval-overlooking Golf Course. Boa, supplied. 'Phene 84568-June 28. Stove, Beds, Couches. Pretonessmall gal-
ONE MOTOt-CYCiF. in j"od condition 1 cuiine. Modern convenlen.ce. centrally eJune, 11 REPAISg To STOVES BdOVEN. 1 TablesChaire, Brass Pots, Mirrors Boy's YEI..'lI P A

S l. . .. . .t. A a e ,"setuate b s s et ... We- +hro B TH o FREEHOLD 111 t .2 ....... ...... ROPERTI ......E *, s.lon tet. D V gnes. -uly 23. SuIte s lse14%like now. China Water.-
.S.r It. h n 2r ool id A t0 i2,roes ... I E a.l ULM r...nn. Whr onl B a hor.- Rostld.t Br tn, 2i o A u UhCooler, PPlants, Be eI kete tOCurtains Etc. T .SD-- -
SUP.NJ .JE. tONEI PAW p l. pe e pI n e wor Ig bans, or Mr. Eustare t.tMatthew.2, t L.Ansn's.'ITwo minutes Wa i' LOST M..rs...4Wolf nerstreet20'Phon
ROUL1RAY SPPLISrrenSAWWtrLCet.lteoI woring ar-eJutret. Afterok.12, 4Lramara eer e tr2-tLAg'Phone 6260LOSTMrs.wolfe -Juel201 uong B ilt

lartsrl $. ^ 3 ^ ^ - mlpon::b ^ s~ fors an dlbt or ebt ot
REOS NM INCUBATOR. i-eggc aPh- order, wilt or wi -out enginesOt only I "SWEET BRIAR.' LAnse M ittat.tram r>. O'Pone yNIb or Io WE-,PS ,XETICKETv, between BAB 'S IRON CRIB, good coditlon. J, ,a .
slly; unals ne roe. Apply 64b 1 Ca rlo ilb rning^^ Hrde edrfv iisiulOi US aiS F ull frE n ise Sesd Road, fdroprle. Im edat Pa m Victoriab stree (St. bvB Joseph and car*-o-d'hn J^ ^''1"13G.-Ju JUN 29^ Ia i 41"/ Bedi"^"

_.... :-=' -'-_^"- .... ... ... I'V Um H ND SE RI ~inw; "B r'.t~ .l move11 n .................................. irom (*< to $ I,.SM pnltectlon lrce March 21, eIM 4.i Wrffl tnHt~ HNIIN HM Htt INIRf r.^ ; f .a
streetI.-.unes, lensarmtoA ). i. Rotrirgtues. eable Pharmacy, tRemort. 'Phone 6619 --July 6.Phune56620. g up oan ePCtepa o in l r iir Seaside RoadJ -araval. m ea ani Jsse. Wi JtndePor-Of' Phone 6926.-Juy & L
ORDER oNE WEEK, 04) H1ABY Point, Fortin -Ju~y I.. STONYCROP'T (iIURST HO*USE. Worth- IEXCELLENT iNVESTMENT in OmI9eld turn to Harold Lamy, c-o 1110ree'sDrugGramophone, in perfect condition. &'so.
C5that live and grow, from DeCastro UMe, .Ipon.D nag. ~Barbados. Apply Alltytte. Bryden A I Centre. Bakery with House and Land, -Store. Prince Btteet.-Juno 27 Write Box H-223, ec "Guardian. -Jrly 2 Fr...DNC AD7ontI PoreS
NU4Sdl od Mrvl-CalTtEGS, 12c a pound.e tttv bieed -July 6 freehold. Albert Street,,. lilparla. Profit- S WEEPSTAKE TICKETS, B-1477, 2-14U8 SINGER SEWING Foot Machine. Calt Pa4A,*DA C BN
94 Sadl Ralit Maavl. Carotte srAPIIA JN D sol7 d1able peacetime business. 9.00ts or nearest Return to Craig, 39 Bourn"e Road.-June 833 bscomystreet, atter A pm.-une lPantyGamao

S ALE .l MISCELLpANEOUS 0FO' SAt 'Ph on be I.ROOM AND BOARDIf pm oen Apply (.Lng nl a7BR T O .M-EnR.27 c |lll | IV AodaQuarers. aI.
,ftAst 176- 19 1 Edward Street.-Juno 251 ROOMS. Call 402",after MOne t, a"rc Spa lnap2 T 1_TDAY Stove, __ Installed,_It
ENTIRE LOT 'OF l'IiJEcNA Kings REVOLVER,43t' AtLhIBRE. Must be In ..v' 00LATE it), CLASSIF I II& AFlonsce Emptre 3.-ulyrsoe.gi.Intle2 inI
Saits ec. ppy e Ma ot 'r aPa. ttld on~tin, slteprlc ad artt t)Nlt kilNGtIltROOM with Breakfast LAND FOR SALE Aecob tetJl
Iie tc ._App l If do& 1- Or 6 Vary. good C ONE REMINGTON Portable TypewrIter, an ,500 sq f r

etreet.-JIAy r 4, uipi cultirst Hotn LAy Uli NGtA, -ttail it Man nit "" bahe ur pr lerd. 'Phne Sit -W GAID*O BUILDIN SITEt~ aO~t 17IgU t KT A D .Jf f ^ l
)c en e tr'Phone6463Just reconditioned end in perfectrnooning'wlk
Sel othes.-Su l canu stsmouBhxiW N D G u n. ad n Sn Uv1Gti iAB D TBrtl? tr)UBIC OE Double o figl a aUacn f naU NOTICE& m walk
MibINU A JBELIEVING. I haveesatl n s.ir.ando. '-June2od c t u ln 1 3. ... s border. For partict lar$; Dial-4732, 25

bred l i heavy BrUeen ChI' r O PATTt Phone into I" 1 eltn p e r iom. GUOa reoderi. ain I 'an Thee i>r unub a.c eetmp tot un. mi no If IND rAN pOWE AR MO V ,MEN e dw.. treet-June .... l I nl a rae tN.ui -,
Sor tUnsexe. Orders b-eJd in advance. nd in god condition .Tyr it e to savannah Aul v tpo Re e I 11V t. July1, I O o y l r will be holding electionsforteLeSn I I I g
b" U .,IaALsfrom two recent nipments- sentine l Reply With offerslitt writing I June 3u --Ui.DIN-LOTS--at-Militia*,Farm,Huntterm unthe t l kJune. 1944. AttheFe- RADA "eRIG ,RATORn DImmIO .. .. -ediat e
Sotfo asIeat auigin.~ i Edar Trinidad Leaaehu~de 1,1t.i 5 MaiUrne PlIONE 8169.358 LDe Verteull Street- Roan. San juani- .iu,i .4 rated Workers' Trade IUnlon HaIl, 61 RAD4IOI and Electrical Record Players

atrst ?nns 71 f42I-Jus t Suae Prto-Sal-Juf 7 Bo .lad C...e^^ if Aw*ll ISL.ANDJCOCKERELS; SALL COT'AUX oil one lot land 1-all. Board option --July is.Building lisle with lung ontage to Members are asked to attend-JUne 27 Square, Telephone 4516l--July9 Ham l M m- F C

Sre.-'- new79 r441AneA Sur, P- t-n- iat" -.,".- .Joe -' '." arte Double RooImA ta I Enls rA e- MONb ii +nns Wa~,rt .IA.. asae -- Acre ot o aitt Stret cmmec g t. plO m, (rickupsi Contc Ee 09 MaIor neI .1..I0 '-
White Idglorn 'ocktercis, coa a montise, around Mt. Jantes Apeti ,I sea. Lotsor I PARtKWAY G r.T itl'oJn.opposite unigutaniuge Road. Apply. "Moinab-a." S A FERNANDO WORKING 0151.51 R EFRIGERATORS and Bottle Coolers.,Apply'
'rtatnue idre-JuneM, A& e Park Mtreet.-Jtlly 4, Queen a Park Hotel, reasonable rates. It inigitabriligo Alatrsi Cascade-4une so0 I'hlis Isin reply to the Many '#it"$ to- Ring lAsIC. Eckel.-Jutyl S Ftal

.i.t tltee.Lm~_ t tw "-rllLMuadu one u4v. a -Julyn14.at .. ..t.. It L ',- ...r. ,iv..... ........... .ed from the working girls at(a P erFo f l.r- B M B d. ra
t D4 ,SLA'mc) COCKE. RELJS Arthor- ) E NEW or USED o FOOT SWINGU NICE AIRY 0ROOM r A. rn Aitrannaiaoerno, TU AT I ON A ATP Y aUPEmuh b re oR d i and R4Rt y.uu+ J1 oruro- from ans .n n co a t.ian, ando,.a. ..o pr eve ?A t P OUL OTY A te a COC KER LS ..New. da am n tM
U nthsa eeksitie at poote.Ing 7 City--June i searaet enttancel.; guasts r,.lt""I.i n. cous9t w1 eD lit-er Iee tt. upli1Sa rnando of "TENER Appy P L O R e np'h
,y i w eONEMARINEI' tKt I, NIAINEl est 4 Hamiltoti eftrect, Woudbruoo c.-,al, A18,0'u0. N. DI Calus. 36 h'rtIia't- i nttaet We regret that ..rcumstano 111011 out shire g70o xford Street--Jly 2 ..

_f_ '* .....' - - +.,B... *I*> ..,Zws ,i ,ioolromiw l.l.t'rlhuo s -i.] OA .O.. ,.l ,,,l~ .p ,, wlw 4 ,n- I+.'u,+, _I" ..._............. ,h- ,,."ud..,lc. ,.,. + ....-- Die"* . ," ....n ,O., U~ o^. Ir I^ -- H 5 C- 5- tckoc. J if
l t1* i A to& -,e 21-t .bTe into... >...he..asI o. d.itlo't 0 :ONn 'N 6.1i n 4 161.- B und.nait--y.ai. 211ool ntrl preventTusfrom opy dTin o),tL P On u re hIt L &.. MIXED RACTERIN
U6ZIWO) MANIJI EGGS. $2.00 9perJune 39 Street, tall 404111 s-aevamnel.. PutilT CLAkSS BUILDING 841=6 avIl- this equesftbuta we hasten to a&turne11110110VAOCINU. Psmt~in Brosl,,fi. jRery street
otes. 14 Patnastreet, ISt James.--h1wn Duble end g& unge wit B d aeatPets% itatW aley,&vnera ut'e4 Ied po NpI ASw e- damsll N a.ilteeO f. a -July236
4JIA4 27. hmUm 1 arressuretet. I (;OtsO lieeW
A iLHON OC. 11.00,.37Carlos iWANTEDeTO RENTetrum$z a M o Vnden 8. oxP 'i4, G31aadL1O "-Juiy L been mae" to brag dov- 111 sit "Ire
.,,*#-JHua. n.AD CCEE. 1 10.ki~~ nunishLd U raia.s0 aifuLe4ND)1%4 QUA.IUES at Mon R09OsI, another comyof the RIO Maooksteritige,1 N
a.. ~ IbAN COKEE Ili~ al ae olr. hn lit c t-i ot suurot Uf' niho e d MO a -Amy I CMFORTAHLE : cooL tl. lt itsLaveotille, not far from egrvsant Settle-"EDE O RAE't be oaowas si-

E ld o ld Bi, ChAll TMdolT garag c Nearyc tt c country C Poe rment Good woaterIL Apply 0 n re. u "-f Se o l t Pt o -Sain, W&d ls-

Left f)m 111O b lit A It- garage. v u y' with, ble, Poet. 1 UT f o.ed T B Gl n S .
Wat4.o. i. i0,I31. m bJa-Bachelors preferably.-Jun o .ru-none 7340 -yu.y day,, July 12th fand 6continUing116 or' en

U- 1no, ilnto --.u^u, 116,r, i.L. ,,IMR E GITH K It.. lull. W e o m.yo *rd AUX Y our n11 t. gmI
....r.. A..rt.en tl BUaGAO.,ll..aoTownSt. John.srr.do nas .. ,WE LLO T S WLL
M Wu"ulc. Doe d 111864o r HO~ApdtmeoW In mlt.EIT LTN.L erHue, eko oe
aWTC O SL nccomamodatlIonfur four noa attedng A(iENCY ANNOUNCEMENTS Sine: KO-ADO ICTRESAEEl G

TI RAICE R SA l tRn7 l v lo u .o A ulr tlry. 'Phoe 1s r .illog.e l...S chool PoMtU -o rot 2particulars- and terms. R. Us ,e Tow-ON B
1 T CE ib 'a PotL tthJue. gettin soun to'. u ne bI apid b pi t to",cn t hrtoee tl.Ap uao IddreIs.-Jul3 J 3 I o. Q. p ALLAHAR-HouseA.Estate Agen-y Mana-ger Globen .Thea s 'tresV Ltd. TAe
l trid An Apply his.* BCnwneTttL ROM fo. r uluion l, laotoMp- a4u. AENCY B-, RO Mfor- -t r ts, Iro r d Aor. . Alre reM fr UlGHllt ING TU* RA- I NS1 U 'l
an Dai ry, U c/.-July. 1.,-Jun.0 to u n vA A l Idoruu "I-good Locali ty.Jly -"Baden Powell s tr t.- Utatt O ."Vincent. Street 'Phone V9..4 PERSONAL NOTICE O 8 e "I
I rehod teldnc UpeuCarote HEPULC is hereby notified thatI .a, be"-t
., svtW .aYAR-Lt. HAY eat a.-tirbeaer UltI R T41-J41i9 1ONEI lARGEFRO NIt TlBED, )OM. auit. FreeholR esid r-- - -lo n longepndo .. . te TH E r r e e J q-

Joy," by earson nut of ii Mea.s Ca 11110 Vos.WSltD.1 fOS ,onee in WT. erunod |.WIvi-n
-e sm te r dw s 9i T surf an Clu oe'm Pt0 Vot .Aai. leonee D aroun d Ie Able Ior U uropean T cople with children Stretm o,"' O, ," ... 1 I -. .... ... ..e. ...db.f W.a e-" --l;l.t i- -
dock." pply;0.th Triniad uttctluibrneitu-P1 'llavu 'PhontI) ft 1 Jnui ;,t Ici it,. Io bachelors. Mtss Lesclialoupe, 138IFreeotlcsProperty sservlarck Street $13,60o debts contracted by my wife jamay ideof sit er U7S Sattleriles.
411CA Aply 0 r.MenoL. IVMaine a-ot livvRDtwa uniraneoti u art te treet. 'Ptttne .114.- Jtne 2N. ieasetoid B.tesenee Agra atrrantlouets".the having Left MY Ihouse and pro-
di aiet.-ajuns a0 al In ., locality, AltaL, inaue _ivi Red %
GOATS l 1 .SALS.LlifeSaddle"Road, ,F0 V ,dtRNISAHED or UN FURNI HElD--- lgi. # ng --.osseiun)-------r----t 6,00 ..tetkiot Juan 23. 1144.
tI. A2.Tio eI). tlNURNodllE D HOUStt E fitroe t. European Bacilo t only. e t -, a LeCa sehor- property Mengl -street C--caii"CARL De SiIJZA.
DOG. woPubobrd ir Rfiedjr11ret i~ furberomsfi utir ~ lrdian".--June AS 1-reenlauctProperty. Hoissiere iLane #4 4uo -Junoe29 a Bengal street S*.m EMto
__ ie_ BUtotItI0. 'Pho o 4 11.2-UJu e a O ftOl l p . APPL YuATo lipyI_ w freehold Residence,o etern Main THIE PUBLIC ma herebynt ifd that I -
Broalacy I 30. Leasencold Property, First street Masont. and that I do not Wold Myself

MULE. 1130 .00 . I"l" on" """ WTE ""a""d ""----------- "------------iam'" iong resposil for y.w e Ide Agemv I.FRE-
_V =.cai 63.660 re PUPS. Phon OK 1. - $ 3,M I pon t for any debt or debts contract- rN a u
11001Phone 7.- -- HOUSES FOR RENT J ~iAlPrptes at a un db a. she having left m aeadP
,..................... ............-tfromt ,t t$tV to ,2 protection sin e March 21, 1944. RI II I N N Ir ,
SBarataria.ratl--nv--ee.y t tret. pe nty -JAMES.MASON.
Ill ov Hralarla, at cnv 4h No. 2 gar" I.PlaCe.
I 8,Uitlt.AUNiuiujTPL ONA..a tI. t A ..CARL.C. .RAIT 4.CO. .9 3.52Z1 _-;Dry River l
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALL. ita. -.ur particutars'Phone gle0 2?,6 T, PBC
HJI3O. 0101ON 1 k.LEI.RLiC 4-P ;iL A N. lej Iti', i az.;I O.June28t2hic tStet.m noe251 TH Plo C hehneyertfedthtuonder the tBsWarelevey fer ando m hsan Lwene ocean ot1'M e e
j kl oalRC)~, ir~l'sB~ e. 'rhomle PURZ~itstkir,121HOUSE for long period at -We m no onger nderfheecarland rotec
PREPARL D folrthe W Yriln E am e01 40 o r'titelslit -- y j aaal. dt ni 14 cr --ua n 129 SE acO e ATAst I holdmyslf o
C,)NTslrAkL-e 1AlTA g ileo ftmyhisbhome LawrenDcemBoyer 1And4. UWED95

,Ra&uu Purlm,. NT + .|A. .-oot,., pettritr. un,,0119 69 .hat .o a.hold ,-of.`,8.00f.... fr ...... ..... TST DAYIO
~Iee~a~er -.24.2 C ~." 'Pr afpv:ce~o ille9~Al. cuiivenhences--Poaaessioa in I gays any debt or debts contracted by hlim,halv- StON TRE, AN u'D.PE E
06 Saik Aftthmetie Adult Improve. 0nit11tarN, beiveilledWitth MStoo, and several ICuarlotte dtrest.ajun* 2vl.o:-Jun* 29
SpIM"OS, SS em." a& tP- other pIece.A.4.b. ordOPsOe N -June JI28 SELVCONT.AINs..D ,RNISHIDFLAT MHYRAUL.IC RAM TO PUMP WATER ITHE PUBICI i Ihereby notused that I
Ud~ IW6 FRL)PARTS. -phone 816 Inal.in rnisn omitoe. Goud residential Ole' 05155so ile) ato Mand Pump tot asale.o~f no longer rs. onite fr M ie O ntutos eev' fo
i in 'aSH L for. tr UNTT irct c~ose to Savannah. Apply Muot Rit-u41V* j and that I do not bold my- MegiamC. Q. Ziabir, p. 0Cl1eulzea, S H IN
e 4Dl..hM.Eiu IAtL N fa.-June* fwllcrdCdaVUttailO 'O52.self responsible for any debt Or debts Augustus, BU111iSSO, Tlaylor and
*I m sss ant n'JMmc"Al 5C&Olk)'cat' Urapau0, Saladbutlicarloe Ionsale. Apply: ________________ .M OA LD t M IV DM6ALIO~T M catrsandprtedcy atonsh haingcef m ohesunoe 20.r nit ave been n Cut and Etche
~~ ~I~ ~~is Au Ji a t I "141CosSts*drL a do, toictCloy. New IfLaung ILung iteetadiant ',Phn e 144a, Isiv SPE-4CneIAIST' car e an prtecionsin e QJue
u'f-1-lan Klying i .Alm'k. AL T I tJ~ ,4~'hnsls,,t a onsi es .LGN, rerno ied to .the Mart for con-
~ SEIJ--rAUGH T & o.. Mama .Kellnando O lvrPo Pn,--I A LChance for Nesonel -June 30S1I BoiesstereVillage. venltence. the undersigned will &Wl
Apl o enqonyote-11A mvll -uy IHOUSES FOR SALE Barataria, ali modern coaveame SITUATION$ VACANT saw
OMaau b. & olaGpVY store, ArIMA a PIANO, goo" cnditIon, no reasonable FOiR SALLE- PO"LHkItlN. 31 Cornell,. immediatee, possesdsiaoen.h.Nollowin:- 04uivasSes Je
ttefseGETYOU 114 -Ju~nei-5l m26t oeesin.N raoo WANTED FOR OILWINLB 17 .P.N..Officees
aate* -. 7.Jue 5 Street, Waoiubrooku. fou er... .moceost tlie elgd, SeImMitxerecdStngahe. Apy to meBo a d0n S-tub, R.C.. Rdolowi g a c.I t.
refuCIA. ~ scottofDrugillts.re;ufd-ont kitc.Uen,- sewerage.-

a --i~ ncal 1ali Coua, os 8 t (uv a tarl.- 1ppIien ~ y, Emptyl 411--U } .. ........ .......... -. -...S .3-..-II -U4 4r5 pfll~e:Mtr-a lIp e .vmw.-June 29 nl. i -.m M -" Ii
Tllsnt TMAI e.iaw n at..e.t. 0.10.6 Chguano s h pohcr Mai;spa le beh, igt, ndr n roof.J Clo rner ll Bungl ow. -NO.Io-N o Street.--I~ Wmi~ Aq N lr T e B D.-EKPU ENCE MAel ID up~ng isn1 m trs s, Sbf' PostII ~na-mm .
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,HIRTS. EAMAS M 50 ..... RZINFOR EMENT IRON RODS end CMATTEL at salUr Lao u - ea '. IIrviag itrlet. Apely i 4 i
foryt-l o Hl low Cl ay Tile Blocks. A l= la 12a .1206; 3-Bowmom House on linimont a L ..ots o L PoaveLO, INlM OMS INAi.--Jly
a too-P Ci1"rcular Road. Sn Perando, 0il. ty so" empty 00 iLavestment s it L4i Strtet J I.IOVELY SON IN MARAVALr
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