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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
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Full Text

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Uhus i T ghtening After Fall Of Orsha JunctionT .

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lME W Y O R K J u n e 2 7 A P )-I^tllab O*m r 4^ Y u g o l a ria w h i dEn t h e n o rt h t h e A )l I
rml neatrer aeros the Chel In dyliht to se The British radio quoting
mile nearer ,- In daylight to Home French-Spr sh (ronU r report1
ICAPn Rt once a frWth the RA. mystery a- lid pans rec-
3k Armis hand.a fter "'T .... -T pe per o e t- 1 7
ARgrtgla, the enemy R, -,. r *c Gn uott uw*n lmt mat-- Mbre tman 30 per cent of pnt Ing the German garrison |n V I!^eiKj J'O I'et
Castle l L akeDLe IX b a stroke at the Ily n b
R pfi Cshllowe n Indication '. mo m a.nd In the little north RuhrCib n Re ment toop, now from Pai and th city |iv J I ,1 t L
istn se ed no i fo. y" a c ent trainin ovrsea reprtory Is being heavily minedi lie
tce1 dntre peri s tal d ito n f to oi to a sevlce we The broadcast said; Delaed
tote Istruc wflontheari tle any word from relative a in inaccessible tunnels, some of
^ fe hul^.,^.n.~~~~AY. night!^ ^ f Wn S ;gwee Awai W o d NEWcl^ l.o YONRK, June 27 (APTe)-.^.td~ostthi

atss rbfr okd Dricquebec, following cloudy behind ree etingll 1u hours, friends whom theY left behind them specially bored. Dynamite Ii to the streets of Mogllev and gave .tlf battle to the German rein.
Loday they ptt trong a fores. Associab Press pho tolralper Harry Ha wi Itlia!n-baned Fortre s and LI. The gallant oiler boys, given a has been laid in sewers and in forced garrin which appeared as certain of an overwhelmin defeat
f= s support by tanks the wrte still picture pool, made this plcture.-<(AP phoo) bratos with escrting Al.hters stirring end off, have, since their abandoned sections of the un-
elton whc h taken ht unpeced obectve around departure been almot egcted derground railway." as were Vtees five divsons after the fall of Orha, key town o
B*^ % takir:s ef^ Ts 01 0W disruption Iu g th5 road to Mina. ImmedlIte"ly the fall of Moge, wasannounced i n, 2
Thea Brltish announ~ed "'~Q I11 1 I U1S1* iflk t Drod^ . To speed up 'esp tch of letters, b~. lA ViOe cnnnqewihaa aetdta h eawr tgiiwa *
the=te e ne mytposirly o be t d thir leer los t $o eaco unquthhh ls'asered hattmRusse

E i H ^ B ri L1Sfl 'iP ~ ii U iJ V C vrtebttern i opera the Infrmarn OIL.^ Issued the the enemy In the outskirts of Bobrulk, It was dislos that mole
weather. "it saott ,,F r thatlettersf than350populatedplacesweretakenlnadrivetoward. k......
Mievenln German Sd the st Caribbean Regiment seno-Of the Germans encircled
||ny15 Mikef|T |In N r mandylrl reported that Allied bomber forms- in overs.M hould aterS ~ Supp tured Moso caledI eran liqid-'**'* 1 111H
pOniso wo e wore approaching southwet to:-l ae VlyhI the cmue sa P c e
FlambinoGermany. Reg'0ontal N o ___h lyO were killed and 10,000 cap mnd
Ji uneir27 (Reuter).-in the I. I v w No official Indication was given Rgn. taNtmenterv cwr h o cas said
ooitsNor m a Ica-ieothe progress of the campaign ranY&tName*...........tion which mavns even accounting
thenportou, 5*4 otr~a T o v" "t intsa I an( s mn atog tlatasoeo oAPC 00 hc iSrcnl ~~ d.U iLONDON, insmler22AP-Tets, thant oa ulthi

o io are nto gant the flying bomb emplace- let Caribbe Regliment, The PortoSpain c il ty Council. for some men who ot way to
BicuePfolwnon To port, anda e MontndnW U mnV 111 from thouh ina lteutsore of overAn.C.y .. wh gicllbored.nDyn amtedo Lt.tet s of Moglevlero avesthfat t h
ntaa n- ed nt olal Is the complete address. for carrying ouw certain watr- the enemy divisions were eon-
afesi bit.ter taokandenS ------- Pfortnipht an, possibly this cov ersc n The country of destination is not works to Improve the city wier sderably below their oldtme
btown wtl "edud to a JM S LONG ct least half the Oerman' network ureied an slmd not be written supply, will be asked in a few days strength, averaging o20,000 each t
this t ow Cast r eddtDyungariaOo active Installations, on the envelope. to vote a similar sum to dlo others soviet troops sweeping over theft o g wu
b rman demolition SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY Reuter aid RA. Hallfaxes te rate by ordinary se work, also aimed at imposing the last villages of Htler' "Father-
wehope by doin this ORCE Jun (AP)-Oeneral Montomery British and Canadian attacked military tarSeta l Is 5 cents per t ounce, and 3 supplniehly. erted tal k w
halid taknrothnks B ritish-neranM g Dr ive tiortens Prainweesthity iistaets ooin givndLiemmhyeuibraedauotayesterday:~NIt~,. ~

i badwea.nether. tirnoon cents for each additional ounce. At Monday afternoon meeting or more than 1.450 populated nadrieoas
nt says that enemy re- troop, breaking the Caen deadlock In major attack an onslaught They had fighteer and not "Air mal letter forms, prepaid of the Councils Water urgency ces, 600 of them in the reM
still stiff in this sector w1hic h ined up to six miles on a sen-mile front appeared t o of the bombers is missIng. 12 cents each may also be sent un- Committee, Councilor H. 0. B. Bobrulak which s beI ng 'r
a generally on the de- Last night Moquitoes of Bomber der the conditions already notified Wooding, :he Mayor, read to his keder s
111od trO>?lm re now be bturstln ope corio to the flat farmld in the Interior of S .f d cv; te^e1 d ntfe i)ig h ao-ra t rounedbv .t.cker*s. e au kN - |
In N orm andiyn, aouGerComany. ttckdRbegtimuytenPotalrNce.................. W tr u py 000 eekildan 000 a

onth1alcino0 about Nor__andy._ .______ about 25 miles northeast of Kas- -____ colleagues a report containing a The war bulletin said railroads I
5rv 5 AIed and s el. in wetern Germany. Other number of recommendations based and motor highway between Bo- Ran.-Nm ...... .
Jruk c(our niatio ne It so outce Istts developing b rder- aircraft wer.o, e out mineain. n conversation G vc had with Mr. b lsk and Mik had been sen tneweerd o . -
atn o mti*tln I?.1111" ts outcome la yet to be deter- f h r V l f tOne 'plane ls mlsglnB. R euter IT ^ D II.-IV -R Fr rell,11 the City Engineer, and five O crman divisions In the 11i*" a s L l T S ^ k
torFi ts northern mined on the pasture land bor- l rn tald. ing elo and other Corporation engineers. Bobruisk area and southeast of the
meest altouhtthlas aeatt f igt ilrnemale

BiffV n?* d"J "" St VIenn Rver, southwest f Cn thus General Spta i l e sinking tbloTnew wells an $i0,000 for Captor) of Ors reortfderler F
dumppsIn eVie nnaRiveonrm.t sutthwet hm Ceadeo unethuseateneratesoU.y Flier dscteIn inrs old one s. The remaining In a taltn hee order mf the Day, iayns Fe
S night R.A.. bombers Caen acrodyss the base of the pen-|siair ote
IIf' h*.n h.Aran Iobe an oI reinr] r*Pulah LONDON. June 27 (Reuter).- HELSINKI, June 27 (AP).-Oer-. .,1 Mlnslk nn whl'h th" Red1 Army h P A I ^B
bahippingorralongdoheutngthelas hiuiehwayaloudleadingitensuplromllbe skdI

By bombeLanGoilrelfnery eenseaa CetitynsTwo"rnidad under- srnvern g Conesdlng0 losses allTh
heavy bomberwwardc today at. edthe en sTf h Th F c oneral Spaata, Commander of the man troops marched through the nds that the report recommends ionet te entral fr ontv the r.
ml~j hev bomerstody anhudeen s te Aerian
m iedar ta ta nk Bdpst. A led1teCano27(?-Gnd o ase of thoe in riih nd C naia attced mlSwytarat gic FretInMiIs5c ts el 1ndL eItv lbradatolON

m ltary target in Budapet h the seizure of Cher- Unted States trtegic As rc treets of Helsnki tonight toward cleaning of about 20 ro wells at oans tonight said ovlet fores -
ant aystr hd oop ened thethid p -n C, IJ um H. Howad, ot St. Louis, sign of olidarity and "perfect Te h fon te anc in' ot t ne w ., 6M o f the In tron
INstla. stiff ie n t hir e tof ra whinbor gaBine ptoish i xfmltry a nd a svnks -mD N ie ron -apeared to naesroe- oa rd th y e b omb rs td It oo's m iss ing.12 cntofsoleach itye Als fontiersend preth st un-Comoritte, Con c inllor tw o bnwwruisk which-.is e ing f ro-I~na, K N Y Jn Rttr

-v o lne froh th bridge- CHERBOURG, June 27 (AP).- Misstouri. former Commander of deratandlng" between Finland and rone e. the city's principal o 20 ils rn troo have completed the .
AT head bie Allied solvage convoy The berateda city on Cherbourg the Pioneer Air Forc Mustang Germany. ply source. Work in the en sln- ollh frontr and 4 from the yturae of e vsauable e n up- I
hned T in ableodu taNgno was tormalla y returned to control 25,with Americas s B- arler the nnlsh movement eing department has been divided w.atvn border. la c
S ofSiena.ady wIneousde he of s mrencn today, just 12 Gou p t h ig hesil a rlu er hasre endivided vandborder.eplyB au
i ys bour to foley watie inaweeprs t l r a hours itcry a wr, Conu r essional officially announoe that Germany so that each engineer will know his yesterday after a three-d e ba
Sbourg to olow t he mesweepere e the lat German reliance Medln.a promised a l armed help it rparculr dutel and the report German Resistance t Chenea e troop and mee o
a ndstart the task Of getting hee w rwie.Col. Howard, I0. tackled s lt cpir s-es spdat0onethenwLrtannestranped.
bac intop e w h lea err-n wated to continue the wsnr s sttGrm tltont one of the newest sinrumnles outh ow Veain Maj$r-0eeral Lentadf lBetsn Clht
Lilf~l5^^,11^ .1^^'l *<""tecr~ny In the hne KtSanlhS aga*nst Russia The connnuniSSccrle.w.I 1941. was rnbe ouho ies ompajd crGnratlaad hro L
ptort backminleeelandIs a dramatic cere onyine fth e t whiO ritiaG iv e andn ot h C r ne su k ao e
shn alnu goa man prisoners are being counted sun-washed Place de Aa Repubaque, hmtr foceh atacing s e tsi.enomi n t focoraitn welld and would be LONDONt June 27 (Rute 1 theM au h
--- The assault launched in the najor General J. Lawton Collns bomber force atb siCe Occ Der2t d S e i k f re t Iune 27 (R-uiedAo in fc111g ht e mlbrs st rafr 1
Tflle seltl n atr c. an ator n 8uodayin sroruth hO w color madederoth of thp bnara-mluy.H ?"""ryl atL 1",d'1?,1"tn lut- weekn c~s tl tn .i ,, tod blay' reott idicts th at Oe r- ,rien d o fige r-p m bent strhied.
r bombed an&oil refianiylenvi a. requdred

envoy s fro mf t hee ndr dirretionbyor hn o ve Cpnectusftenfutono Te tocorte wells supply the man resistance Is crumb^lng f long quarter of the town still In ene
SI-uWt nee27 r(CP)'-Ah TlnysectOrnSndoan u asonth- weho wraps on tco mar e l th e of aosm and nouht ntrotetnern e views of h Fi city wit aotn ,iolnt o th apped ayis

w iw th nlder assla ult launched. ache Frnhcaiin lef ned" undera. with about!.. 5.0.0 gallon OfCI tfche^"L?" fron of more datwtha20 mites haindg s fiercl y tha thr e JapaneoJc~se
arrived hra re on Tn- Vy adto tansothe Amer isns cheroe a rent the bomb ers even when threHoEfIh sad German Governments, water per day, according to theat- ,o. t out oieb T ra n p al
bomd today Mr selded othe seond pe of therin- gmanniros, prentea ad the Vods *Vo fierel that. th report rey choal th eT Allies
tary targts in Buapest Unted Stats StrateicsAustrets of Hesinki toightrtowrned inq theni-Ptrleafrot. the r

Conir h Trade ; and the prelude to the final battl e for he Mayor, Paul Reynaud, t Te u ns went out of action and his -.report. bt uan at V0te1k the eastern end of equipment behind.
t mandter s G Tlte a ntopcd the ha ndews ae-n cyAmespO G, Jinh erorst on Fre co o er C orer. Flier Go betsen Fied that last Saturday ndialht the ve German divisions trapped says that af Lut-enerl Joet
oolon y. ono ernsieminan d rat o the brnew d genTy A dmerian trp o tyof u lrnc hg soil I ow u st arrest engy a engine tepie was t there were dalt with ter being tlwell's three main objoevtve
Vofe head. A dbaig Allied salvare onvoy was tormaly r d to c ontrol Groupwith 7Americs ehigdhest mill- Earl the FinnishGovernmentalfmin and p that thits haam inbandivded cg havorealder. ol ha e o Mvng* 'n in t4 in
Party eluded Mr. Louis said y to night. A few Frencht civilians left in the R]us2sa -Ba sed fyearo l of lia o r of t he citsso and gh t ti s rer at- li t i nto nes' ered groups. y yindat e is shr ed
EorM.A .Hlla op-h IhhAi5be tnigwt h roso h i Gefflano hinse Plantan

S secretary of the TrTirdad Vichy radio said "ano there Amer-etyeheer ed ando throughtherowd BSsAsupVp lyAwPad Pmed armd rcr e a terResho te Gerane rt r

ii8.1 truf saysas~na whenndomma^ .A Ge~^ol^______o_.a n eral^ S*
ind Food controller Mr. W landed on the Cherbourg penn- streets there were tears atdhe until It ws o-satre d the following In the centre of the town put up f Vharsas t h eepsee tre rtih bA
e, Co ntroller of Supplies, s l s and s already fighting in the French flag was passed to the MOSCOWc June 27 (Reu ter)- d c. Members thought that this furious resistance and then I)ln the lltheI lrlthnmm un cati bl twe
W~lull &lV~y ftm te fmou Caadan W l- rgwahod Plcear I. Repuuqu. bomepr tam god&mit** *-'s4ad "*th Albbentrop, i"' an
i S t southern pat of the peninsula." At Mayor by G general Coll --fins. A B bombers iom aIn s l
seer oD Spe, Brb tos. psnetim eyn TOssn Herber nin infrBlueo sNetw tody Trhep lru Networ fro se Rua ytedyA terat oomris Ctro
Ssector on e n day ieen a south-vaJune 27 (Rbu uterhThe tn H Press with i vi v to explytnmng queued si in the skies and single pNwerful forwe. Until now
,Wtw asn e m time Transoea Herer Cark, ofu tetwor ream stet ir leuoth yester and Ad j
a Ari A the Allies have landed rein- correspondent, aId that most of tacked rman operated synteic r has been awarded their water supply diculties, smashed e enemy opposition, they have been separated by
r. C Banea, ontsrolh forcements at the Orne estuary and the city was sitll intact, oil plants in a town southwest of .posthumously to Pilot Office Cyril Ths engine supplied Port-of- Colonel Ernst von Hammer, mill- tain ranges rising 5.000 lest.
e en mLwow, about 75 miles end the o Barton, the captain c ty with about 1,700,000 gallons tary correspondent of the herman At sfyltkylna, American trOOps
conference concludes on convoys to further Montgomery's General Bradley Praises Rusoa-German front, of a Halifax bomber. of water da ,l and it ts retorted News Agency, reported tonight that won a further 100 drdn i nga
A r v th e ret stoated-t wat e o The bom bers weren e re achb a h r o r
"Wdey wh ntrethe preludr ie. t he f bl the Myofwr ulrte American Mstang fighters and detailed to attack Nuremberg. w'en the wat ter was locked off sector south of Bobruk. He ad- s ou mn the
a enaadwi torraeo e support by Yak aircraft of the Seventy miles from the target, an about mid-day on Sunday It was matted new erman retreats here have trapped large

Off icials Onm attrs re-urfuel supply became dangerously thankththeiSevewticA rfellryesterday. 1 0 _- Sharp, V." *"I
to foI n tesla we esmdions ry adw thetewh wer, Red Air Force enemy f hter knocked cut hl not turned on until after ii pm. and at MoghF ivlev. os the main road. Ri
imoorn e n Gerains at time but there was LieutA-Gen, Omar Bradl French Al. n announcement Issud from commu eianication t ystem, one ngine
t ates trade officials enough flying patcr hes to enable cithan Ground Commander in No astern Command of the United ad the machine gumintati and Iein thea e n o
thefNrem-Tr e ndy-based aircrafttomandydeclaredin.atseatementtStatesstategctAirForceisuedcnfusionthe navigatorolmoTito Puhy Nazi
support the teoos. eSpitfireest topdiawy: 'h0 oo p r I e otein MoscoW, says tthat nthe crews a*admer and wireless operator baled 0 ur is te s s ,, ,,y s u. .
kde A. C S uadero went outwadt this morning drtled aout the at- __ __ __A__r_ acckteot nh n aBni a
Ft o oe W attack heC hr position beyond Oi don tack on Cth er eea th the target himself. When he turned I
eont fSups ana enable the men to move on gFbourg have done f w pRl Tafuor .home, his propeller was daym- LONDON, Jun e 7 (APwi. a out st e Mar-S h C nrat
0~t^^S ^ Mayor-- t by al Collit~ns;. Ame1 riBcan heavy e (oercosse nth nl n t on ati thes houl b new to spie ofrmanours hv bee noI b1
SBNGO'I u, Juneo2 (AP)-- toward the river wltout opp)- a ma g nIfi e nt Completely Disrupted aged sidbl~ew uptwo nt~rol tanks. sal lTito's communique today saidl C A N N I G 'C L D
tm ia ente anra..ced ait on from the German artillery, job." and awards L Jun 27 APre aw fehedw romthi o n lidh toe fnere to withr awvt rpah| th h
thatO Supis Barba dos: Oer, salm ete W ime B. n.o.ean Hr- be rt Clr, duetworkionfto ba sesi n R ussiaun e s2 P.therday ils o hmbs adte |retat-otewthrwVr nqouae urh oe d n te 'keen inl oeflfre r

ADates Ambassador c u.t respondent, said tonight that the two United ates fnch Nt r o ation.al Committee n- hs port engine utoppedt He pwub weCr ths n enema comu. teOepLtd
-0 Atect Wa Itco patAr mourt (Ch.O ter WB lnoowt N .eaC co- o othern to el d a toPe Cy Thr -of
h a ys be e n tordere d h o meatthasuone ee andmrnoppom adC ECed today that Partisan salano- flying low to abandon his 'plan nisIn eastern Bo a

l> tado.-. il been border dred hoe s onllmut htoa ntan eveni tod a m leye corPgr atltn whoimm and'pe th ale h u, cl o rely Germc a ne ra t rah e successful mo he or dee th l th Cherfae s la une d an ofe y r n- S
tw ^ Sio.ffeal aid it terd.ay He said t was too ear ly vict Auoryse tmhee betw .t Prla and o the wi Iro- of the crew to take up carh ai- s ivet a g supported by a al. number t PREMIER er
00"t onclud strn ongly&todaurtharMnItgdidryes-GenrlBradwhoriss fsorcdGermanfrailtraOff AHaicfscces bomheorered thfnes athGermdane launched anreofftedNwAgn-yrprtdtH nightthat

Ys whe ad l m to Baw ad he Oed tac He ad "t0 trto b dea t and ote yno with only one engine of tanks and tcerat. There wereA r
considered onlytlogical to sayawe had achievedharealy He said It. eside dbia tem complex workinge me a st eat staining t the wreork. rlcaO Will D6 the t
lN Ymour woe recalled breakthrouh but they had a pleasure to say disrupted. wea lantat. utainTng lo n tS rnica
0 when the whe course driven a co iorr deep into to the people of Severe fighting continue n In re- tempt to land clear od houses. area, do u miles southwest f d gel-
Ine Uni latlons was under enemy territory. They have France, here I. o AmeriDLY glans where Nazi losses since the f inaly he crashed, and Pilot grade.
With other American deepened ady widened it and the first large city to be eturne invasion total 300 dead, two air- OcI cer Barton lost his life display.. "German units, Including many
raltats. driven it still further today, : y 0u."i craft and much material destroyed, In d unsurpased courage and dvev- Poles, were defeated after a three-
n, Mr. Armour's recall y eterday the men o ot through He awarded the Oak Leaf Clus the Committee said. Forty-five Lio to duty. day battle near Delbce, 18 miles
Squadronweenteot byiamrs and the Distinguished Service Germans were taken prisoner In IHe is the n0th V.0, o the war northeast of Fdume,
to. a tl ~dAdnpotilth wack pot, as eynd Ontoakeon Ched-the targthimel.When bhe trne.a. ck In BOTniE

r. ated he a e nor e nab defe ncs y Medal to Major-Gene ral Joseph the VOSge Mountainslad hoe,6hiwon eyte rwasF._ LO DO ,_ue_7_A_.-M r
Juned S A )nttsd & tgea tyomltngsatweakvspotnd topayiae awton Callins, Commanding the telyDisuptedAiedadbowutwPgttolankslTto'sommuqento
The. A~nitedStts thney omltdaP540seventh Corps, and Major-GeneralFoou
elb, semdpwra h u eodi."esol aeCmandeaad-H r.se Fegscat o odytht Ple ermntifulvNOTeCE

tAroweratW since through a miner field and fanned Leonard Gerow, the Fifth Corps Nazis'Afewm ileo serd w e o
F l in o s. i .1ltr ut n ot by n t." e s ol ae C m a d r..
AM Mr.Normilit Aryountaron Ntand German counter- ACter the Mayor'stspeech of ISU iestpdNormandy
ft* Armour's return Itreonden t came today," he thanks, the Seventh Army CoreatmseHe
habee followed a eries of added "But we held e The marched on to the square and 1t- odaythat arisn sbo'fyigtlwoann his 'pON, .,ue as, tR nteii.-
stronglybetween it e toGaysptried tobatter-thn our lied'phaeraroared overhead. French A rLJUI I1 I L f iu lse drD s othe.ms lance danr t ou
Sambassadors and Mr flanks but our armour held them British and American flags flewi tivi Administration li~ve aen 51- W
Even]. before she order off white the spearhead thrust from windows and civilians andl ..... begy atoornotifyhe our
Caad by the United went on southwards to the soldiers clustered about the win- PidhwisfrarLCher authorities dn the towns and ber-
At DeIartnt, diploma Odon."] daws and on the streets to watchi.*-1W1-
TOPAhe CL slpocrmn.iiP M r DURF LLE XF IINPYmoment they are not worried about
-S pecua e tht h Ame. ,.___.__,, ____o______, flying. o.. .d .,.,cutm r a nr
U were considering fur- NGnrlClissi ewsFREf~.Nrad soeO h
!!e toexpxress their dli- Sa touched by the reception the peo-i R June 27/ (AP).-Oerm~ y's new fllIbomb posed a new riches Noarany fring are a cu to er a d th g ne a
eaelthe Argentineregime. e1.i:.pie had given his tropsad he problem forthe peale-mkers and opened the vista to anew savageFacaoteeI at "'' present a
..iUIwasl sure It wasl intendled soturplus of farm iu. u c tat our Groceries
had mad~fore. whoe haeppo~le, tan damage by bombardment In southern shutJt rpledfo cnmn oefNomndye
das., had,(.,., madenter ca mpr~atgnposibl, xplosive.,revealed it 'be aweapon of reat possiblities. CivillAdmmztaton ofcesare f pd S
SHere Sunua BRSB. June 27= (Rutr.- C15,= ,=,,t.,, er sen a,,. per- ___ __ ...... e later.. Inaea, and in Port-of-Spain and n
on hls arrival back from his viait Amerioan Ic on the eate of el~it ln slone/~ oft the deelprs ,P have taken lag sples y1r 1
Sir ian S,= ockdae, to ritai and the, Unite Stte: Clebon and the e,,ti of rada, an..., ins,.n f.., p..-I" A..-.,...b, obse,, and p the oo.operaiv, Fernando b e c
C, for Develop ment an .'We ar, e passln thro.g, te wihldup to it. cision bombin terouci -noimsis. Creameryat Isign back to wilock.e

IS In* B m w astwilight into the dawr of -vicwy. ueneita Antgomeay said: '*you desribed the "ying bomb as a Ib Wth unch help they have re-
fIStly been awarded the is the time whenOur la ve a4if-w opend tthe Iflour mills At Deyeu
of. ..,..4- ahuoputintot tIn fighting men and It Is a great hon l ou Utureand de
vo*v he -e S 1robe lo them knock-outour to me to' lavesuch an o myu piti caU problem. Be said: RM, J une 27 (APa-J day essay June 3th
un[wr. Norman under my c"Aid. Wilth esch the ...Post-warw O.dothe. .e-.Charlespoleti, announced today
Mmi ieco o edcl ateearsd ihsis l.vlpento r--- ket rplso tha St k kiswer
_Normant ,.- I t o Home to Attend Funeral caIng
_ bandtroop wehaftand with theAL.
CTMedc' me al cmut Escapes ed rmle Ie t d ast they are ,un mus S placed f
by x~ Id they an. f.......rIm oo and Tri" a**-Cnn"f r t ckt kig
------- 0.0 f oree theUe can be only one end to bod t to 41flriter." N* natio iA I ana of Italy, Ousoa e Mr. Haod E. Doiamoa, me01ber101
tsw.dtais lesvdia-ad wneen12 W, DathAs _f_ amonla -ot= Cm f
R wyrs a ai u strae~nlls -i -' V"'- 0 0 f,"" -t-, iilelisud.Org morle de = .,g a
mQe s'i a Cet etheed ]o ndoe am. t e p es dRmayore *hof lu Tof 004104M erMofCIn
rSt Vi tncentn I= forar- &eultl wm rn ta epe v e w i '
.arsawly me apee tath I gaftS, ain iutrithWre
arfcVcent l'. af-m" Five Persons Killed t "3a *?e 2to iro*1^ tanedGu-ove"__-ki-rnm-en-tj m
WgLnn )Swhee11 os a Ihuseflying mb "as aWeapons and w=nwr, tne usg funsrnd tM
ilhw M w as @UW12 --O W
LSSe eCt. elao w 9S=s hI r Co mnpenhagen ssI ,the@ "a-. ,"sad if s
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Sw be s er5ng .r fm aiaM aUht tula s .. j, (:P.e-T "t.
b8&seo"aswell Jungehisoem eutb bW a Girme im i ^i a
who wsbe%.pU2UM oaM Pom4111 a10 hUm
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r '~4'i. \ JUNE r, IN44.
i,' "" I I I ^ -

Finns Stand By Hitler

Though Doomed To Defeat

ONCE again the Finnish Parliament has
comdered the question of getting out
of the war, and again it has decided to
continue to fight at Germany's side. The
Finns, it seems, are Intent on pursuing a
course the supreme folly of which should
long have been evident to them. When
y decided to make common cause with
Httr they may have thought his chances
of victory sure, and felt reasonably cer-
n that they stood to gain as the power-
ful Wehrmacht won him new conquests.
But Hitler's run of success ceased long
ago and with it all his hopes of victory
in Europe and of subsequent world con-
qust Now the word "defeat" is writ
ige across the horizon for Hitler and
hi friends to read.
Until last week there might have been
eome faint hope for the Finns to main-
tain their resistance against the Red
Amy, whose limited assaults they had
successfully withstood until the Karelian
Isthmus offensive. They had cause for
confidence, for were they not the only
omns under Hitler's wing who had not
been defeated? The Red Army had beaten
the Wehrmnacht and the other satellite
armies but not the Finns. But in con-
= during the Karelian Isthmus in ten
days, instead of the 90 days it took them
in 1940, the Red Army have not only
given evidence of their great power, but
warned the Hitler coalition of what is to
come this summer. Nowhere on the east-
ern front are there such powerful defence
portions as the Finns held on the Kare-
lian Isthmus, and not only were these
strongly fortified but the defenders'
flanks were protected by water and en-
circlement was Impossible.
By smashing the powerful Manner-
hebm defence lines the Red Army has
opened the way to the complete con-
quest of Finland, while at the same time
exposing the flanks of the German
armies in northern Finland and in
Esthonia to assault. Not only the Finns
but the Wehrmacht should soon be feel-
ing the effects of the Red Army's victory,
which ia noteworthy both for the power
with which the blow was struck and its
speed. There is every reasm to anticipate
that these same features will be repro-
duced in the blows against the enemy
elsewhere on the eastern front this sum-
mer, and that even greater successes will
be obtained.
The Finns have lost every opportun-
ity offered them of getting out of the war
by negotiation. The terms which Moscow
offered them at their own request were
generous and without any trace of harsh-
ness; and in rejecting them the Finnish
Government placed its loyalty to Hitler
above the safety and wellbeing of its
people and country. The vigour of the
Red Army's offensive which took them by
surprise should be a lesson to the Fin-
nish pro-Fascists, which they will under-
stand better than the words of sweet
reasonableness which not only Moscow

Members ore
reminded thao,
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oe made in




Chomps Elysm
Di 8362
Members Only

tas Lioia SM Wa*B*oBe faIiv ad.
dweisd sM. sMw ad th te
wm be bui tot i*r mMs ono y a*
they feel lbs ftOl uigwd Of AtUeo pp
There are igm everywhere that the Ume
for the eoaemtrlm of a-oat strength
will not be o1ag delayed

Letters To Our Soldiers
Will Help Sustain Morale
LETRUS to men at the front from
ithOe at home are Important morale
builders, whose value is emphasised by
all army information services. Those who
are fighting freedom's battles, or actively
training to fight them, are always great-
ly heartened by such tokens of remem-
It is regrettable, therefore, that more
than 20 per cent of the men of the First
Caribbean Regiment, who left Trinidad
some time ago on their way to an active
war theatre, have not received any mail
from their native land. These men have
been doing active duty in -the United
States preliminary to going overseas, and
nothing could be more cheering to them
than the positive proof that they were
not forgotten.
We hope that all who have friends
or relatives in the regiment will make it
a point to write to them frequently, and
to begin the good work at once. Direc-
tions about addressing letters are given
in an Information Office communique
published on another page, and there
should be no more neglect to communi-
cate with our soldier sons. To write a
letter is an easy way of showing appre-
ciation and giving encouragement.

'Inaccurate' Statements

THE General Manager of the Trinidad
Electricity Board asks us in an ad-
joining column to correct an "unauthor-
ised and inaccurate statement" he alleges
we made in a news story published yes-
terday about the supply of electricity to
Orange Grove estate. In that story we
indicated that the supply had been
agreed upon, and that the General Man-
ager was to negotiate about the charges.
When Mr. Williams says that our
statements were "unauthorised," he pre-
sumably means they were not officially
released for publication. This, of course,
is true, for if we waited on official re-
leases it would be Impossible to serve our
readers as we are in duty bound to do,
especially in matters of wide public In-
terest like electricity. To the charge of
inaccuracy, however, we emphatically
plead not guilty. Our news story was
carefully checked before publication, we
are satisfied that it is correct, and we
stand by it. The Orange Grove decision
is a matter of record In the minutes of
the Electricty Board, as the General
Manager himself admitted to us by tele-
phone yesterday. On hearing this ad-
mission we gave him the option of with-
drawing his letter, but he declined to do
This habit of accusing us of being in-
accurate or misleading simply because
people do not like what we publish is be-
coming a bit tiresome. Only the other
day we had to set the Information Office
right in a small matter of the same kind
affecting the :ailway. Now the General
Manager of the Electricity Board takes
us to task for telling the truth. Really,
if this goes on we shall be driven to pub-
lishing a few judicious misstatements
about public departments, just to get
praised for our accuracy. So those con-
cerned had better watch out.

It's spring agoin,
And birds on the wing
Start to sing again
The old melodies ....,

Get the spirit of the thing,
and dance to the old
and the new melodies
ot the...


JUNE 30th
,ot 7 p.m

soa eby
sourtasy of
tephens Ltd.

Dichiidty I&W Mepr
Asks For A Cenwitlw
449 'Ma beolgdt ff Ilbe
TWi me n .& I n h oa O U t
*Kr T u*M t *M hei"o
the effect utte
tricity Board will u y
SUM Z fta ULY crea
= 'eve with power In the neat
dhle above statement Is uauthbq#
riaed a '= lncnrat, a .O age5'
mont has been entee Into be-
tween the board and the sugar
company, and I shall be glad it you
Will make thsla qite clear.
Oe0neral ofa-
Trinidad Electricity Board
deltw't Nwe: bhis nbiect is
dealt with in a leadiUng article on
this page.

Friendly Society Officers
The Editor, "Trinidad Guarda."
Being keenly Interested In friend-
ly societies through my aMo tlon
as an auditor, my attention wa
drawn to the forthcomnln dius-
sion by the Union of Friendly Bo-
cities of a proposed rule by the
Registrar of Miendly Societies
affecting the tenure of office of
presidents and secretaries.
Knowing of my connection with |
societies, members are constantly I
acquainting me with their activities J
and consequently I have collected
much valuable Information from
I have come to the conclusion
that in San Fernando there is a
class of men who go from society
to society and religiously fight to
hold office. Not only are these men
content to hold ofce in one but in
several so long as the office carries
It Is not at all strange to find
the same men in a number of so-
cieties holding offices year in and
ytar out. It is useless to put any
self-respecting persons against
them. They are doomed to defeat.
In the various societies in the
town can be found persons in all
walks of life, among them, being
lawyers, doctors, schoolmasters,
civil servants, accountants and so
One would think that with such i
an array of talent to choose from, hi
such societies would have officers
from their ranks. On the contrary.
So disgusted are many of these I
gentlemen by the conduct at some
of the societies' meetings that they
hardly ever return after their intl- (
tiatlon. They prefer to pay and stay c
It is no wonder, therefore, that
the Registrar of Friendly Societies n
lhas decided to Introduce these rules
in the light of the above disclosures j
which were brought to his notice i
from time to time,

San Femnando.

Soldier Wants Letters
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
For after the war I have planned
a trip round a part of the world
on a combined business-pleasure
basis, and one of the places I wish
to visit Is Trinidad,
I am, however, desirous of find-
ing out a little of your country be-
forehand, and I am therefore wit-
lng you to ask If, through the me-
dium of your newspaper, I might
find correspondents who would be
willing to acquaint me with general
particulars of local conditions -
climate, industries, etc., In fact, any
items of interest. In return, I would
be pleased to write of England
(particularly London) both In peace
and in war-time, or if my travels
abroad with the army, though this
latter must, of course, at the mo-
ment be restricted somewhat to
comply with censorship regulations.
I am still abroad on active ser-
vice; but If you would be kind
enough to publish this letter, may
I suggest that any of your readers
Interested should write to my home
address, as follows:
"Mr. J. W. Wright. 41 HIllfleld
Park, Winchmore Hill, London, N.
21. England-(Please Forward)",
and any letters will then be for-
warded on to my armv address.
Diego Martin
More Bread For San Juan
The Editor: "Trinidad Guardian"'
I conduct a bakery in San Juan
a district which has suffered a wreat
deal through an inadequate bread
supply. My bakery Is one of five In
the district.
For the past eight months I have
been applying for an Increase in
my quota of fur, pointing out
what It would mean to residents in
the district as well as people living
In places like La Pastora, La Canoe,
Cantaro, and that area, where the
demand is even greater. But so far,
I have had nothing like a plausible
reason why no action has best
taken to meet my apolicatlon.
I must stress that right now, San
Juan depends primarily on bakeries
outside the district for bread. This
means that there is no guarantee
of their belnu suopplied every day.
It is difficult for me to understand
whv this should be so when the
district has perhaps the densest
copulation in the entire Colony and
there is on the spot the capacity
for a larger production of bread.
I am houino that the matter may
vt be attended to and proper ad-
justments made. VICTI
San Juan.

The Rains of June
Raln, raMn utuing
Pools mud axd rlfatale.
A million llver tear dno ft
roa weepings skiM.
What *ili the heavu s this Jun
r0her, can you (rmm = 011, ym lres
recndt eod., niaUwo
June, when every dusa to damw
d morna to every vm,' t1l
ti rain Unendtni, every hTiel
Ths prnguat louds diosrged a ibwO
"o thnton sli* tMhese blakmme days
Hidee mother moon tn sympathy.
What ot the tare' MAP r too have am
Thls t1t to rain drmee purity.
Lit to the mUay vott Bow
The boltenroe ufnraw the bill.
Intuloatetd with acesm
rull bolld sto*nB--lateo brilUlingf it
The slater boasting srater soM
The modet laughter of the em
And loud eomNmadments of the tr*"
T*P pe WassN bow n.
=WW o*fe .t he lacy broo..
Thile arth "g hearing the plow.
sid, Ptio mw6nei
n e. am ueasven
Lsat M u0 "M r up ty soul
U-stvo au the Skowe,,.
or*11is het* to urity
A aMins to loft ,ty s.


This etuMa above ive m artslts ha emlesi of what the
Megelfle' balloon. IeIed lOka. It was navrted by te Meetgelfler
betber a ISn 17 and w Inte"aed ft V by Nagee atin 18a
Ia the invaslton f oGrat BrItat Tbk "ee weap" was- .
Pesed tS earry Ia m eah a~d eem."

Britain Wants Good Houses

For Post-War England
New that war time hubnng Thirdly, the Government, in con-
conditions I Trinia a sultation with the building industry,
s Trinidad re is carrying out Invstlgalons Into
eaWsig SO much anxiety, building methods with the object of
It will be well for to constructing houses better, cheaper
and more speedly than before thJ
examine conditions obtaining in war. Thi is of great importance.
England and what plans are The peoPle want good houses: but
a good house is generally more ex-
being made fr the poat-war pensive than an indifferent one and
period. The i.ter ef this article takes longer to build. With a given
deals with the urgent need for labour force it may be possible, for
example, to build 100,000 good
better housing ta Britain. houses and 150,000 indifferent one.
But the shortage is pressing and It
By WALTER HILL is the Government's aim to build a
greater number of good houses with
One of Britain's major pear amuns a given labour force than it was
i to provide every family with a Possible to build before the war by
adopting new and speedier methods
healthy, comfortable and pleasant of construction. Much will be done
tome. Lord Woolton. Minister of by the standardisation of parts
construction, has said, it I. an and, possibly, by pro-fabrieation of
construction, has said it an parts of houses In factories. Stan-
im which the people and the dardisatlon of parts will not mean
government are determined to that all hoUses will look alike. It is
perfectly compatible with variety In
achieve. |ypea and design.
The Government has already an.
bounced the target for Its housing Shortages Found
L ofammm as between th pm andl

our million homes to be built dur-
ng the first 10 or 12 years after thf
ear. All these houses will be con-
tructed of either brick or stone
" wood is rarely used for build-
ng owing to the unsuitable climate
n Britain.

Urgent Need
The urgent need for these houses
is underlined by the statement
made in the House of Lords by Lord
Portal. Minister of Works, that work
is o begin shortly on the prepara-
tion of shadow housing sites; and
that :,.ads, sewers, electricity. water
and gas services will be laid so
that everything will be ready im-
mediately -. Is possible to resume
The size of this ten-year plan can
be appreciated by comparing It with
the number of houses constructed
during the first ten years after the
last war and with the total number
of houses in existence before the
war. During he first ten years af-
ter the last war less than 1,400,000
new houses were built; this time
the Government Intends U see to
it thu. nearly three times that
number will be built.
The number of houses I exit
tence in- Britain before this war
was about 12.600,000; the ien-year
plan thus involves the building of
a number of houses equivalent to
nearly one-third of the total pre-
war stock.
Mr. Willlnk. Minister of Health,
has informed the House of Com-
mons that 1,500,000 new houses
would be needed to provide every
family that wants one with a sepa-
rate dwelling; a further 1,500,000 to
2,500,000 woud be needed to replace
houses in a poor condition, or defi-
cient in modern amenities.
High Aisa Set
The Government, in fact, has set
Its aim high. Everybody who wishes
for a separate dwelling is to have
one; all existing dwellings whicn do
not come up to modem standards
of health and comfort are to ue re-
placed; and the whole Job Is to be
done in ten years.
In order to avoid any loss of time
at the end of the war through an
absence of preparations, the Gov-
ernment, in consultation with the
building industry, is now drawing
up a detailed plan of work.
First, it has already prepared a
scheme for raising and training the
labour force that will be needed as
quickly as possible. At the end of
e war, the labour force may total
no more than 400,000 operatives,
that is, les than half Its pre-war
It is to be built up to 1,50,000 as
quickly as possible. Trained workers
are to be released from the services
as mon as possible and up to 200000
craftsmen are to be trained during
the first three or four years of the
ten--ar plan.
O trauvr aen to be trained for
the costruon of houses of good
quaty. Workn conditions ar to
be mad attrave by the payment
of O wages; moreover, opera-
tiveS an to be protected against
the basds of the weather by
guaranteeing them a minimum
weekly Income, even it weather
conditions render outdoor work Im.
Careful Plan
Secondly, the building programme
is to be carefully epared to on-
sure that the most Urget needs
are given priority. Th ove ument
does not mely Intend to ensure
the construction of 44*00 houses
In ten years up and down the courn-.
try. It intends to s to tih" the
moat preastng soetaes an met
anrt, whereverthey oar. To thi
nd al local C=us In AWLSft

hav l o been akW t to anT*M
land neeed foriu'ding Wa
as possible.

To relieve the most urgent short-
ages immediately after the war it
may be necessary to conduct mass-
produced emergency dwellings for
short while; this lato be done by
switching over to house-construc-
tion the contractors, labour and
machinery now employed on the
building of airfields and military
camps. But such emergency houses
would be replaced by more perma-
nent ones as soon as the shortage
is less acute and the capacity of
the building industry raised to the
Intended level.
Fourthly, plans are being made to
supply the new houses with modern,
labour-saving amenities. Hitherto
much of the modern equipment,
such as refrigerators, labour-saving
heating Installations, bathroom fit-
tings, and so on has been too ex-
pensive for people with small in-
comes. They are to be made avail-
able to aUll by the use of mass-
production methods.
Britain's housing programme will
naturally have to be fitted in to
all other urgent economic ne-ds,
such as the re-equipment of her
industries. But it will also help to
solve the most important of all do-
mestic peace aims-the abolition of
large-scale unemployment.



For The Erectin Of
Ovae""as Sistes
Quwtwr, Colonial
Hospital, Port-of-

See NUte is. seyal Gaseee dameI
17M h J"e. aI.L
Ful partlcalf -as to Couditihss
of Contract me e obtained at t
o1e of W. WatM and Pot*
ners, F/Pla.I..A.. Oovrw 581
Architects, S VeasrM Street, Pert.
of-patn. O aMd. afttr the of
Jue, 1544.
Osetretor will be r utre to
give security of A6.00. I.
Tssera close at no a eMn-
day, the 17th of JulyV, 14.
Tenders to be eddtaed to the
Coloal Secretary, Red House,.
Port-of-Spain. marked en the
outside o. the envelope "Tendei for
erection of Overseas Siters' Quar-
ten, Colonial Hospital Pert-of-
Acting ColoniMal Secretary.
ate: 9th June, 1944.

1i m e at5teaof
drawn to the b W4 ,
Import madqe~
ta p a rr k 1 aa ,"tt |
ulatwmb of ths 13th
Verna Ib wee
lntoeortake ogfljt6h
an behat off of my
Iee a pamo m fer
port of the said woods
obtained from the o-
Oeful SOUee sh.ml 6K
that fast that. uwp W
been obtained, oa
aWryig ROOd on bhWtW
when entering or baviae
tolkabl to a fne- s
thousand four hmkdrem
in extreme cases t
Travellera should t
cwtain that a memit l
tamed from the
the earning by i-
not their personal pri



MEPACRINE-5utltn"t for"

It is notified for Informat tato t "Mepacrilne" will l
sale as from 1st July, at thoee Pet Offices where Qui W
viously sold.
The Director of Medical Services has issued the foll 'ut d
tio rezxardin the use o MePrine. L W -
Ag Wstusi
General Post *MCeI*.
l5th June. 1944. -
Mepacrine Is a drug used in the place of Quinoine sI
meant of malaria. It Is a drug that can be used safely d
some advantages over ouinine. It does not produce te
effects of quinine, namely-nausea. sickness. hea,
the ears anu deafness. OcasIenally a yellow lhM
skin may occur towards the end of the course of tf j
discoloration Is harmless and diappears shortly after th
of treatment.
Children 1-S yeae ........ I Tablet crvded})
Children yemn ...I..... 1 TaMet d ,.
ChldM1 0 -10 year ........ Tablets daily.
Chln wr 1 yeat s
a"d Adu ............ Tablets dally.
Mepsacrine Is not to be taken for longer than Msfe J
In one course. If considered necessary, a second ou f
may be repeated after an interval of 10 days. .
Uepacrine should be taken after food or wist h
No person may puimhase more than 20 tablets *
PRICE-3e. Per Tablet.

Direter f MOlf1-4 4W"
'nkdm d ..a^i

Slum Clearaymee and He-Ag
Ordinane. Ck. 87, Ne. 3.
NOTICE is hereby given that a
the list day of May. 1944, a resolu-
tion tinder Section 14 of the above
Ordinance declaring the area et
out in the plan herein referee to,
to be a housing area was passed by
the Planning and Housing Com.
A certified copy of the said
resolution and plan therein referred
to. have been deposited at the
office of the Plannini and Mousing
Commission. 2., St. Vincent 8tr~t.
Port-of -Spain. aid will be open for
inspection without payment of ee.
between the hours of 9 a.m. and
4 p.m. from Mondays to Fridays.
Dated the 17th day of June, 1944.


ivedn that,
mas and Birs
dmance, 1s33 a s"
Wild Animals k t
tlion) (AmendMnt),
141, the hiutim ant
the foliowinr birs i I
from lst .71lv to UP
R MI o ef I

The AuctiUo U el,
"riinallv fixed 9@i 'I
June, 1944. at the CM
will take oVISD 1
anfor d xe.
for 6;cm lb

Flying Bomb P- June, at _Im

Problem OLIcE N c,
a warlike nation such as or- ORDERS FOR THE REGULATION OF .M
many, building secretly in peace- :
time, and within a matter or TRINIDAD TURF CLUB RA_-.
hours to unleash an attack on a ____to Secio 1o Vehcle 'rn
capital like Paris without warn-
ing and to kill hundreds of thou- Section 78-Motor Vehicles and Road TrIffic
DANGEROUS WEAPON Midsummer Meeting-June 29th, July 1st, ,I.k
He admitted that "about the .,
only defence" against these wea- All vehicles must approach the savannah by wO It
pons when fully developed would Street or any other street West of that Street, AiM,-
appear to be to have more of horse-shoe road by the Dutndooald treet s. ga .
them than the other fellow and Cars will be parked on On savannah as .Wgi'3
to reply in kind." marked lines, oast of the horse-shoe road. fu gJ BB
The scientist's view 4. held by of members of the Turf Club 4d11016 mom
many veteran airmen hire, Only parked Inside the hore-shoe on maifda.cing
differences in opinion lihel is on On the conclusion of racing, cars will draw O
how rapidly, the jet propelled road. and leave by the Duadolid Straeet gat.
and rocket propelled machines can Cars attending to pick up at the oeluslmn of
be developed as a perfected wea- by the Chancery Lane gate. .i
von. On. top-ranking officer sa'd Traff In the vicinity of Qe 'sPark West w i
he thought it would take five years the discretion of the senior Ole Offler n d
to increase the projectile's speed Empty taxis will rank dieted by PC i
and accuracy to a point where It to approach the Grand Stand entrance Onl.y
could be decisive as a war weapon. Persons arriving on toot should aproeh Lthe
It is generally known that the Oer- central footpath from Queen's Park West oby e!
mans have another "secret wea- the Grand Stand ticket gates by thi new .'.
Don." which they expect to follow thus avoid the danger o of th rloto
or use with a jet propelled bor b. parking bicycles will be provided.
There is much speculation what Personsa leaving the race ourse after tsh es
the weapon is but the capture of to use the overhead bridge and the footp S e of
the vast installations on ihe the lines op traffic.
Oherbourg peninsula Incline many a
to the belltthat it is rocket It. A.
proplled giant bomb, which may A.
ran f 1in 5 to 15 miles, flying Police Headquarters, '
to a eat height and dropping Port-of-Spain.
sight down whft it runs out t 14th aune. 1i44.
Vilm It pierig e power.
Study Of the flYi bomb by ex- OF M E
reeldthe German projec-S I E O K
bomb probably costs about _________________
$W0 to onstrut, which Is little :
1 than the camo t he ordin'. The n Under Secretary uf State for War
sty bomb.
It I tremely sip a h- no "me to offer for sale appWo telY 5,
movebi parts, The motor prob- Helmets, assorted ls, for which tender
Al is 25 per cent efficient. It
burns ordinary gslen of low Sam es can be Sen at the office H
ocesA and 400 pounds c explo- Officer, Long Circular Road betwOUe t1 e
l pero e lee at a of a and 11.00 any day except Sunday.
The ai siS tarted by a The UVs r Secretary State don n
ma a and although theto% g or" teadr.
aSman have S ne ctrto accept the highest oi any eo .
D~m ay* na no OMW ova it
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In Cherbourg Pemninsula
i t ttak hito S oe b ng drive n back h the fire
am towa of the han batteries. ater they
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hLeS .aced the 4UARTER8, June 27 (AP)-It was
toe Whi I s closed yesterday that several
"^ra a that tallons of Rusians rested Into
repor tha Oeedan military service ha e been
J Ot th1 e met by the Allied Invasion
8a 211 armies on the Noandaf frout
Ignif, K If antry d some ane stl fg tre
e Utaml AtOid 0 They are among -saoldrble
*jttk but CAn numbers of foreign troops In the
Alm or X m -i tI- German service enoumtered stnc
btmk-flhtmw tertan. the first wave. apparently having
,troops In the Cher- been used largely to round out the
have been mop- coastal garrton and a lo r-
's tonight comuniue serve forces.
** ed attacks against There was no Indication bow well
S atof orgated op- the Rulssia fought, but, am oe
H> eaaat the enemy officer pointed out, with Orman
SWholding out In the guns at their baks, most foreign
airfield east of Cher- tU0oop do light.
in the northwestern tip, The captured Russians are being
a and the comu- treated the same as any other prit-
umu~nceas that prisoners soner of war, at least until fur-
; p .,Mzla totaat ther clarificatlon of their status.
e aJ--- i Unlike some other foreign re-
I 1 berults who are sprinkled through
.5... n KS etatr sy were apparently formed into solid
aJS a Y7 battalions of their own, in most
6the eny'sY cu cases led by Russian officers, al-
wounded tnd though generally under the msuper-
s ic 'T I*Ds three vision of a German chief offleer.
Swas 70,000 far heavier It was not disclosed whether any
O wn.n such Russians came over to the
i Oer-man irtsners Allies in mass. Neither was there
into the American any information given out so far
Sto day and a huge to show from what part of Russia
Semv equipment hasi they came or how they were press-
i10o United States troops' ed Into service.
,'-with no one yet haVy- IA Reuter correspondent said
as to Uso the great once again Marshal Erwin
aMin/untlon and upplies Rommel is faced with the
n to Crbourg. Troops Montgomery-Conlngham land-
today to clear out the last air partnership which threw
Sdefence In the arsenal him out of Libya, and swept
the western side of the the Germans from El Alamein
Sto mop UP Isolatd re- to Italy. Only the weather is
w found Narblnvast, four preventing its full power being
oth Of the city. unleashed again over the roll-
Of the most stubborn knots ing countryside of Normandy.
finally broke this For the second day of Mont-
when the Oerman aril- gomery's assault, flying condi-
1I radioed to the Ame- tions have damped down Allied
that he wished to surren- air power, and up to midday
waM takeA prisoner along today the air support to the
Others. About 9,000 pri- ground forces was still limited.
surrendered yesterday IThe Allies, in fact, have not
sem, Lieut.-fleneral Carl yet been able to get the bonus
von Sohlieben, German which should have been due to
lin Cherbourg, and them because of their air su-
Hennecke. Thefe two priority in the way of direct
b-0t Of underground forts and local support. Rain always
Im elves and 00 of their makes for conditions favouring
to an American major the defence.]
who directed the brilliant Royal Marines Drove
eMis the port.t
Van Sch~leben was asked Tanks On Landing
d not tell Cherbourg's LONDON, June 27 (Router.--It
dto surrender because is revealed that on "D-Day," the
not halt the American Royal Marines, for the first time
acdt their fight was hope- in their history, drove tanks in the
aMid, he learned In Rua- landing operations. In the early
V&i Of reSistance by small days of the battle, mobile gun bat-
L series of the Royal Marines were
astur0 of Cherbourg gives sent forward on "D-Day" to fire
a port and when the from craft and they were to fight
in operation will ease as artillery ashore. Then they
problem supply eonsd- went inland and gave support from
The Army and Navy have forward positions to the advancing
S ood job of keeping the British and Canadian divisions.
tally moviD across the They helped the Royal Marine Com-
be but the value of the mandos to smash German strong-
WA obvious once demolltlons points. These British Marines onr-
e tland us and the Channel finally intended to take part in the
X the Navy to permit naval bombardment, used tanks as
gun parties In special tank landing
Oionumander-ln.Chief hurled craft. Then General Montgomery
1k Into the teeth of Rm lsaw them in a big exercise and was
"Itrong 1 rpositions. It sn o ImPresse that he wanted them
ia that the Germans ha ashore. The men are well trained
r divisions, all art gunners, they had never handled
rWith the control, l ot tanks' so specialists of the Army
With the control of Armoured Corps and the Royal
r A in t ed naval forces Artillery were called In and the t
t SrWY and- Brittany. Marines changed over from navalB
b eRarlyay ornd Britisnyh to an army role.
forces shelled three enemy
w atwo Chinese Soldiers
10 miles off Jersey. in-:C i
, naMdb d.age- Cut Burma Road B
"olini Reported CHUNGKING, June 27 (AP).-
Inan R fDugf The High Command today announo-
BI1n K lUge ed the Chinese have out the Burma I
1W YORK June 27 (AP)-The road less than five kilometres north
I newspaper "Gazette e of Mangshih. third main objective t
Wie," in an article reported in the Salween campaign. (
h leoff Wrepnorted- S ever fighting for Hengyang f
'o the Off s of War Infor with heavy casualties on both sides w
S. Mid that ussolini and was announced by the High Comn- t
"t frinaol., former member mand which reported that several 1
0 1rbcist Grand Council, had cohlurnn of Japanese were Prper-
O refuge, In Germany. ing for a concerted attack.

Mr. D. 0. O'Coesr, .'rakiag uperaetomdast tI Trinidad
Leaselblds Rdery at Pedeo-a-1sre, whee a 1-yWr-el lth
as Jut estabided anew wem m reeei lope' a utosm '%e-*
steam" am I the productom of peUa4 In* eida* svktka
a4rit. The previous record of U1S daVomskeimum rusalg wh"
was hell by the ay Pefebrl Oeumpamy of Dowver, Olrais, wau
beld by the Bay Petroleum Compay of D emer, Celirade wa
broken by the T.L.L. unit Friday mnraUg. Up to yetr-
day the roum W still emiUaJrag. Mr. WO'Camr es if Itdh
eWet but his peratn- sataoff empris Ieal ent e iM$ paeram.
nel, who nm the t inter hibs di trie.

Jap Island

Heavily Raided
28 (AP)- General MacArthur's
communique issuedd this morning
mid Yap Island in the Carolines
was bombed with 35 tons of explo-
sives. Nine enemy 'planes were
destroyed. An enemy freighter
was sunk and three other mer-
chantmen damaged off northwest
New Guinea

Hull Sees South
American Envoys
Mr. Cordell Hull calle. for con-
ferences today with anmbaadors
from Haiti and the Dominican re-
public, and the Charge D'Affaires
rom the Cuban Embassy.
Diplomatic observers watched the
conference5 with interest. Late
yesterday Mr. Hull held an hour
ong conference with ambassadors
from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Gua.
temala, Honduras, Nicaragua and
Panama. It was noted that with
today's conference, Mr. Hull will
have held discussions with diplo-
matic representatives for al Cen-
tral American anti Caribbean coun-
I. spokesman for the Central
American group yesterday said that
enjoys were called for discussions
on a subject of a confidential na-s
ture. Only indication from the
State Department about this un-
usual moss conference, was that
the meeting was held to discuss
e nomic relations, and work on a
number of Inter-American organi-
Mr. Hull today continued his
highly successful conferences with
diplomatic envoys from Central
American and Caribbean areas. Mr.
Hull talked for 45 minutes with
Ambassador Anselmo Copello of
he Dominican republic, Ambeasa-
dor Andre Lieutaud of I 'iti, and
the Cuban Charge D'Affaires, Jose
Ambassador LAeutaud told news-
men after the conference that they
lldscussed economic problems and
had a general exchange of ideas.
tn*emeador Copello and ienor
Baron made similar statements.
Mr. E. Gaston Johnson and Mr.
LleweUllyn Roberts, on behalf of
he Bar, and Mr. A. J. Hamilton,
City Magistrate, yesterday bade
arewell to sergeant-Major Went-
worth, Court Prosecutor, in the
Second Police Court, who leaves
next month tq take up an ap-
ointment as Instructor to the
Bahamas Police Force.


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Britain Silent on Transfer
Of Flying Bomb Works
LONDGN, June 2 (AAP).-,
The British Oevernment wa
asked today about any Informa-
tion It had dealing with MoI-
cow reports that Hitler had
transferred the flying bomb
factory to Spain. A member of
the House of Common& asked
Mr. Dingle Foot if he had any
formation on the "transfer
funds and shares etc., owned
by erman nationals to Span-
ish banks.", Mr. Dingle Foot
said: "For reasons which I am
sure the House will understand,
I am not prepared to reveal the
extent to which we obtained
our Information of deposits of
German nationals In bank, or
that the factory which devel-
oped th, flying bomb was
transferred to Spain.',

Mr. Henry Wallace
Thanks Stalin
LONDON, June 2T (AP)-Mr.
Henry Wallace, United States Vice.-
President, thanked M. Stalin for
his hospitality during his visit to
Russia, and in a letter delivered by
Mr. Averill Hrrlrman, United
States Ambassador, acid that the
Soviet Government's policy made
possible "progress and achieve-
ment." He had seen, he added, In
this policy "clear proof of most
outstanding and talented State
The letter wus broadcast from
tbhe Moscow radio,
Wanderers 'A9', champions, went
on a goal scoring feast, to hand
out a 11-1 lacing to Wanderers
"B", In a postponed Northern
Ladles' hockey league firture at
St. James yesterday.
The Second Assize Court will not
sit today, but will resume on Friday

Yesterday morning some trala-
an Mo their horses on edge by
r Mueging tbem t spint oef I tio
Sturlon. while others preferred
3-.4 pae work oveMr loner utets.
sunshaft race very asnary evyr
% mie lark showed that she in ronading
into fArm by sprntn I Iu1'onP 11p
%he hill in 42 1-.
Greenwood did not display his
usual dash when stepping over the
eamse ground he ran back In 42
214. LInseed returned 6 3-5 for
half a mile on the Inside course.
Anemof worked over the same
journey in M 3-5. a Rover was
net Impresed when running %
Mile In M 14 he did not appear
UeoeMn after beint schooled
at the starting gate ran % mile
In 65 2-5 mostly down grade. The
Ra was sent 5 furlongs which he
sepped In 1.09 2-5. Really Flying
went comfortably over % a mile
In 17 sect.
Leap Year again showed useful
form in stepping 2 furlongs in
41 3-5 sees.
Pearly Olow also displayed dash
in stepping 3 furlor.ga up hi l in
41 1-5 sMccs.
By mid-dav train yesterday
Forerunner, Picton, Prima Donna,
Stony Broke. Skinflint and Kin s-
way moved in to headquarters.
Th7ey ave the impression of be-
ing pretty well stripped for rae-
ing, but I am afraid we shall have
little opportunity of seeing them In
action before tomorrow afternoon.
The four-day meeting will let
underway tomorrow at 2 Iln.
Second day will be Saturday,
first race 1.30 pm.: third day.
Thursday, July 6. 2 pI.m. and the
final day on Saturday, July .8,
130 p.m.

Orientals Win
Baseball Cup
Oriental Baseball Club, scoring a
4-- win over the crack Coleglo
Venezuela forniation on Sunday,
carried off the beautiful trophy of-
fered by the Consul General of
The trophy will be formally pre-
sented to the champions at the
close of a presentation match op-
0osite the Whitehall, on Sunday,
July 2.
Sporting Club will hold a general
meeting at the Public Librar- on
Friday night, starting at 7 o'clock.
The club will discuss their 1944
soccer plans.
The tennis match of Cuthbert
Thavenot and "Fuchle" Nothnagel
vs. Carl McCowan and Franklin
Munro in aid of the Red Crose In.
vision Appeal at the St. James
Tennis Club courts on Long Cir.
cular Road, which had to be post-
poned because of rein, is scheduled
for today at 4.45 T.m.
Mr. Chs.. Pereira will umpire
the match and at the close of play
Mrs. L. B. H. Dean will make the
presentations to the winners of the
recent tournament. 0

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weight on growing children-for adding inches to height, too.
For Quaker Oats is rich in the very elements required by
nature for strong, sturdy development of body, bone and
muscle. It is nature's thriftiest source of Thiamin (Vitamin
B1) for normal growth.' It abounds in food-energy, nourishes
and revitalises. Quaker Oats makes rich, red blood. It creates
sound appetites, offsets nervousness and fatigue-aids men-
tally as well as physically. Give your children the many
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SaNeil I34ewee(
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ways. Serve Quaker
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iui iu aUW MM -* -- -
h AtIi Q oveW r a"d Mrs A. 3. WrIfht -,
r. Mrs. M.,naou2noW M U x A da Ome
at OeefSlD w f"t H0
Bd ttowM'd5, aeempalOol~d by COat. Harding.
atisadd a ftlm at Do Lime htr.
Pu d teahow givn recently by the lady members o
SL Cla e*I aid the Red Crft Invsion Appeal was
S w, aeisa be on tulated an this aHis -
S usiasber, or bookings for dinner and the dance
louatry Club. i aid of the Red Crosa Special
A A sems asN t o-h It w i lbe a raaand it is
the ias wil subset bene by
wfl.Iamtold, be a beautiful reading lamp
Msemos. do Lb a and Company, and Mis Joan Tardleu
Ii,0 i s fAw aiet
bo asas4ming gown to be wo r Miss Valerie RaussO at
1hto R aeinnber," the variety entertainment to be staged
this evening In aid of the St. Joseph's Convent
f Audrey's DraiSn and will be raffled off,
Uw the mannequin parade, In aid of the fund.
ai es' OCharities oomuoe wish to remind invitee to the
O~ Revels," which take place at the prinoe'a Building on
synl evening, that 10 prime have been donated for the mos
B and attractive gipis. and these will be awarded to t he young
ressiing the mocat votes cast by the gentlemen at the dance.
N C Ct
WA. CBARLI PFUNItA will umpire the tennis match to be played
at thet St. James Tennis Club at 4.46 today between Cuthbert
.vpavenot and Fuehie Nothnagel and Carl Mc~owan and Franklin
Ma. L. E. H. Deane, wife of the president of the St. James Tennis
'9. will present war savings certificates to tlie winners of the recent
'Sia tournament held at the club.
a ft a reunion In Italy has just reached me. It appears that
w when Lieut. Niwell Reid was In Trinidad he met John Garfield,
JWto was with a T'.S.O. troupe at the Queen's Park Hotel. They never
to see each other again, but John Garfield, who has now' re-
S to California, wrote to Miss Elaine Solls telling her he had
teut. Reid in a trench In Italy.
Mi Soils, who is in New York at the moment, was with Lieut.
at the meeting at the Queen's Park and sent her mother, Mrs. A.
or, Mr. Carfield's letter.
of the Oarrison warrant officers, the staff sergeants and
Sergeant* of the United Kingdom Forces are reminded of the dance
to heBld at their Mem on Long Circular Road on Friday, June 30,
I prm. As usual, dress Is optional.
ATIOf M hav* been issued for the Air Corps ball to be held
a ttr Waller Field theatre on Monday. July 3. from 8.30 p.m. to
/- t. It la being sponsored by Colonel John 0. ricksen and
SItU entire Air Corps personnel and their eruests. It is expected
h & )la#et and grandest ever held on the base.
S wisi transportation from their homes are asked to call
I 4at U the U.S.O. and the hostesses in San Fernando and'
'l l -fHI14 1. I understand a turkey dinner and everything that
l[9 M M 1will be served. and there will be at least 226 tables with
wi -t t AtractUve door prizes and dance prizes will be awarded.
SB e les under the direction of Mr. Cousins. will furnish
allM and wil be oan WVDI from 930 to 10 p.m. A floor show
Ot m pa ofta the evening's entertainment.

I AdnmU s Cn ra how will be held at the Empire Theatxe,
7 I a =t o on Saturday, July 15,. at 9 30 a.m., in aid of the
o InOvaslon Appeal, and children are asked to make a note of
T W*We m w flted for ehlldren at 12 cents for nit. 18 cents for
tl k-4 U aM 2 t6i h for balcony, adults 38 cents. The programme
a momeed later on.
,t 0 ,' 081aa1B t of atthe India Club has fixed a Members' Darce to
b* 1 ld at the club room 9 Queen's Park West, Port-of-Spain,
" I t _lftVdy July 8. The dance will start at 7 p.m. and continue
.l mIdi i te Adequatte arrangement. are being mad, for country
AU M to haveM their diner at the Club's Grin.
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1111r1 o* and complete outfit rWid at the St. Mary's College
A Ai Wair on Saturday was won by BeMsie t yiar-d. 19
< eet, and thoe breakfast cloth by Marguerite Quesnel. 61
"l4Ske'e7. The ladles of t fancy stall thank all those who

1T l110 to bh diAcussed by the American Servloemen'a Forum,
IA h- U .O.0.. Wrightpon Road, tomorrow at 7 pm. will be
L 2-.L I. Pt" 'Rank Has ta4 Privileges). Two prominent xpealers
61bees invited. Lt. Commander L. S. Trotter, L-V (Si, U.S.NR.,
UIs* John Slavin of the Coast Artillerv Group, US. Army.
S l0bership In the American Servicemen's porum is open to anv
5 9 mfMber of the Armed forces of the United States. and It 1is
6a e eVICmen will take advantage of the discussion
4 yBB tomow annd for coming months.I ... .

TrWindad IehoU Maro
Tne popif wakdf u*Weitamsst f Tft aited MdI.aIL Ua.
Mr. "-PW O'Oeno.a. the the r "NMW outes eat wM rA P n"
trien(d.andW a"stuem ww rm of t" at W haw d i shok ts
the baking of a wrld'a f rt ina o "a" to i party at s pas
a-Pierre clob la4t saturday va n ow -is ato to e cm*.
3vaw e is thef was W ho tMa
M04 from the enea manca r IKf;S7" igoS sl11 fw
down to the Mt ji r meambI Mr. J. riin deputy re-
ef TulnkdM Lcaseholds' senior fl x mea a .w afterwards
staff It .... ly sled atot the mSn *b, oinLs a
pty-evrybody had lots pue OationT was Mb yim I
and there was no formality at all .^S itaMw," G.
Tno ballroom was lavishly domeo- hSe madefl ff t ii
rated with reminders of NO. 2 5 w3 14 ..& e i a.m singif nt s
bs, has Ot l lled of the dfoties attached to the
with e names of the diffe renit p eraton o h ,f ,ftuUf crack-
of the plant, which where at.e. no sed reat mat-
Ltoked 'from all the gla the m ent operating

at such ahort nots, wee r run ar natn urga edAin uoeter
and added t tefestive atmgs-efficlmfley ax" higher 100-octane
phere not & littl. Great credit Is pioducti in the future.
duo to the many peopi. who Mr. "Pat" O'Conor then replied
worked hard to arrange these for the cracking units and gave a
novel and approriate d~ecoretiosnsbrief resume of the record-bein
at such short notice. rn and his natural irish hmu
Mr. "Pat" O'Connor acted as a came Into play when he reviewed
very efficient M.C., and there was the situation and assured the man-
dancing throughout the evening to agment. of the still greater efforts
the music of the Points-a-Pierre tO oen.
Lance Band. In the short Inter- He also stressed his very great
vals between dances various people ride In the Dubbe' operators, who
present added to the gaiety of the had made the record run, and his
proceedings by giving spontaneous complete confidence that they would
ItemsnU, which were very varied in do better yet.
character and Included aingingl Everyone was sorry when this de.
pianoforte and violin solos, bagpipes liehtfui function came to an end
--and even a Highland fling! with the playing of the National
Of course, there were speeches- Anthem, and It seemed to be the
but they were not the "dry-au-dust" general opinion that It wan or- of
variety usually associated with such the most enjoyable evenings of Its
functions. They were, for themost kind ever known in Polnte-a-
part, Impromptu and were as much Pierre.
a part of the entertainment an the '
musical numbers. Todgl D i
Mr. A. J. Ruthven-Murray, the today's Diary
general manager, made a speech at
course of which he stressed the "Something to Remember," Em-
importance of the occasion in the Prs Theatre, 8.30 p.m.
the beginning of the evening, in the Dances at Perseverance Club end
history of Trinidad Leaseholds, Trinidad Country Club.
Limited, and also mentioned the Frtoming Events
good work of other sections of the Forthcoming ent
company, especially the refinery Lecture at Y.W.C.A. by the Rev.
maintenance and Inspection de- Capt. Williams on "The Work of
apartments, which was a valuable the Church Army" (Illustrated),
contribution to the war effort, al- Friday, June 30, 8.30 p.m.
though performed without the Warrant officers' dance, St.
limelight at present focused on James. Friday, June 30.
the Dubbe' operators in view of Function at Trinidad Country
their spectacular achievement. Club in aid of Re1 Cross Special
Later on in the evening, Mr. B. Appeal Friday, June 30
G. Banks, assistant general man- Dance, Portuguese Associltion,
ager (Reflneries), spoke In appre- Saturday, July 1.
elation of the work accomplished Bridge Drive. Prince's Building,
bv the men of the Dubbl in their in aid of Ethopia Fund, Wednesday,
record-breaking achievement, and July 5.
he paid a tribute to all concerned. Grand fete, Drill Hall San
He closed his remarks by express- Fernando, Saturday, July S.
In" the hope that the concerted Dance at aine Ste Madeleine
war effort of all the company's de. Club, Saturday, July 8..

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:30 Prog. An'nmta. Major Bowes Harry James
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i Term Hal'ts' City For JPamaia

rttom's Wedding Pimas ^a

f ---a priDid Nottoe eresd by Mr. Jhtie ftW aIn
,Mm4. AM$s %0 rt ,yetd"y causedaMe temporary poouMe-
eg arrleten prparathoe 'er Ps, te puepeettw
r foun) rPulti y 2.Jt* y Pe ttie *0roeg auK t Ot
ia ertae record datinW 9ye
'*=!visiting Nuns
**Rr o a= Me end oht ~|^~ pc
Sic the begin. Did Not Perish
3fi a' erod of reformation. *^
hfe admtting that tip,
wewn ts A at Mlmos t In Flames
e y denied a _W
MI Ujm there. WithJout r. p o -h --
.W, the jury toldtt Speculation u to whether tw
"h ttheyw e atsi dtht nuns who arrived In Trinida t1
had stolen the articles fo ht te St. Jop Cc
the-Polle among others which caught Are ,nd were uet, of th
"Not I adirea lW-- COoyent that night porSad In the
eparMion r the wedd ig t. fmas along with :ur other nuns
w bv De Corpi vwere cleared up yesterday by the
weoot e t 5 Rev. Mother Superior of the inMtl.
woedlurook Ie ho ~ tution. In an intetlew with 8
^^BaB-nhto tod ver "aftrindat Gu in reporter.
urucesheuiclchParks conte~sd The Rev. Mother Superior read".
^Wtle.Hen sulcluet- y admitted that the Maother
eA th policeman to the General of the Pranciscan Order tin
whch theylwere taken. sPennsylvania, U.S.A., accompane
hnof these hauls were Mr another nun, was a guest of the
Johnon. of Obert Convent the night of the fire.
Woodbrook. and Mrs. Mar- Thecustom 1h explained, i
NWll. of Long Circular Rctd that nuns visiting other countries
of whom were away from the" ijstead f staying at public hotels.
s* on the nights in question. o to a nunnery.
Sand 28. The lMother General who was
S T PLA accompanied by another nun, on
SGUILTYe PLA rrWval at. the Plarco Airbase from
$ar h te poUlice stated, confessed Brail, where they had gone on
; w, e houses were unoccupied visitation, as'ed Pan American
tthe lights he entered them, but Aifrways officials to get in touch
ytet he pleaded '"not guilty" with the St. Joseph's Convent and
court nd asked the Jury to say f quest lodging for them for the
I the police evidence was un- night.
Ne. B admitted that the things Their request was acceded to,
found at his mother's place and they arrived at the Convent
,e policeman said he took at about a o'clock that night.
but denied that he had taken The Rev. Mothers at the Con-
there. Written confession vent stayed up with the visiting
the Crown alleged. he made nuns until they had eaten supper,
he claimed, compiled by the and after chatting for a while, the
who forced him to sign a visitors who had t. take an early
on which there was a state- 'plane in the morning, retired tj
t already written but which their respective rooms.
never read to him When the fire broke out, each of
Vest a end friends whom he them had to be awakened. Clothes
to support his story could in hand, they rushed out of the
ghten the Court no further, as buldtig and after dressing out-
Sthemselves were unable to say sd, they went to Mr. eorge
or whom the article s had got Cabral's home. From there they
I'Mb o, retue av. eric were taken to the Piarco airdrome
ur wtute veric- where they boarded their 'plane.

S when e was sent to the
OfNeaW 'noeteation Insti-
for t three years for stealing
grips. In 1987 he was con-
for being in possession of
Wi1 t lmpemente being on
I ta f a un lawfut purpose,
S of jewelry and theft from a
| B house, and served five years'
t then. In 1943 he was
for receiving a stolen
S and was imprisoned for 18
C-K ., 0. R appeared on
Ak n, w*hbile Paia
Sby ounwsel.
Nr7ope tis'the sd of prison term
,i)ld be th" b beginning of a 20-
oaation period for him was en-
Vmremsed by Mr. Justice Halllnan.
SThe Judge regarded him au still
a youg ftil o he could not be-
ieve In tded ,pemding his life In
Jail. He felt that ftwe must reach
the conclusion at soiMe time that
dishonesty did not pay.

Asst. Engineer
To Be Sought
The Trinidad Eleotricity Board
recently approved a recommenda-
tion of Mr. W. J. Williams, general
manager, that they should adver-
tise for an assistant engineer at a
salary of $2.400-120-2,880.
It Is understood that this has
been rendered necessary by re-
signation of Mr. 0. D. Barton, the
Distribution Engineer. The board
recently voted return passages to
the United Kingdom for Mr. and
Mra. Barton,' provided that trav-
elled to the United States and Mr.
SBarton, who leaves Trinidad short-
ly, Is succeeded by Mr. Scheult.
The board also approved a re-
commendation of the tneral man-
ager and appointed Mr. H. F.
SApplewhaite. acting Depot Super-
intendent, to the post of Depot
Superintendent at a salary of
$2,400-120--2,880 as from July 1,

Anwvd h bre Meaday .-
ing em her way teJammieaftWeS
#-iMnnth ea eei ]a MW -
farenMu. s M. xeR, Byrr,
Grnus& ehnoeaehw. ;i
daughter Oc the 3Rv. 0. 3.
Bye, retired Mehdeilet ibr.
tr. teU the "Truin G Gur-
dus" yesterday that ihe wa
e rtly cooking fwarde to
eeMiemong hew rtal. an d
heped to Isev for Klustsm
towurron meruf- .

Tram Curtains
To Get Attention

Mr. W. J. Wmliamsn, general-
maniager of the Trinidad Electri-
city Board. inteda dealing with
the matter of tramcar curtatius.
which it is reported, do not prevent
rain from wetting psseners.
At a recent special meeting Of
the board. Councillor Albert Gomes
drew attention of the general man-
ager to the fact that the tramcar
curtains apparently failed to pro-
tect passengers from the rains. Mr.
Williams. it is stated, promised to
go Into the matter.

Trinidad To Have
Operatic Society
The "Trinidad Guardian" un-
derstands that arrangement are
now in progress towards the for-
mation of an Operatic Society in
the Colony.
Mr. F. R. Roch3. concert plan-
1st, formerly engaged in the pro-
duction of opera in England, to-
gether with other persons interest-
ed in this sphere of music have
taken the initial steps towards the
production of Puccini's La BO-
heme, to be done in Eniplish, as
the first presentation.
It is intended to utilise only a
minimum of talent other than
local for the production as well as
maintenance of such an organisa-
Certain essential details have
yet to be completed; but with the
co-operation of the many local
musical organizations and socie-
ties and individual talent it is
hoped that the colny D a suc-
cessfully rodue opera Within
regular peno.
Audltiot. will be held on Priday,
July 7, at 8.30 p.m. at the St.
Clair Cantonment Theatre, to
which all vocalists, for chorus and
principal parts, are invited, after
which rehearsals are expected to
commence at the earliest possible

Man Jailed On Pp ail H
StolenGoodsCharge Jewish Gunman Pump Failure Hits
omavinea that Anthony Henry, Faces Trial City W water Supply
before them on accusations of Beveral areas of Port-of-Spa i
and larceny and receiv- JERUSALEM, June 28 (Reuter). were without water all day Sunday
5 received but did not himself -Raphael Birbaum, a Jewish gun- and part of Monday because of a
goods found at his house slid man, brought for trial before the break-down on Saturday night of
ich a shopkeeper had reported Jerusalem Mliltary Court today, one of the Diesel engines which
l from his shop, a jury in the asked that Sir Harold MacMiJael, pump water to lnaggs' Hill reser-
sAoe Cmrt yesterday re- the High Commissioner, be called voir.
a verdict against Henry for as witness In support of his poll- Districts hardest hit were upper
If$eeiving the goods knowing them tical arguments that Britain had Park Street, Tragarete Road and
ftobe stolen and he was sentenced not fulfilled her promise to Jewry. upper Charlotte Street.
;ITMr. Justice Bre Hallinan to a He also asked that Mr. David Repair of the engine was rushed
t of 18 months' imprisonment. Ben-Gurton, chairman of the late on Monday, and normal water
|I('10U suffered by the shopkeeper Jewish Agency Executive in Pal- ppywa bk ta
uded goods valued at $11.74 estine, and Mr. Lawrence Har- supply wa bk on tap.
&4 n s but Sergeant Bleas- rington Superintendent of the -
.oeil acting quickly after he had, Jaffa Police, be summoned to tea- Pli Ston
"eelved certain information,, tify for the defence. ro c men tn
.n part of the goods which the The court ruled out his request Poiee!t
er recognized, at Henry's home. and proceeded to hear witnesses Ciy Str e
SIna statement to the Police for the prosecution. wi tne
iWchs E"'nMry gave but which he The accused, who admitted he
tertated was forced out of him was a member of the Stern Gang -City policemen, headed by Chief
hrd degree measures. he ad- and is liable to the death penalty otor Kelly. and Sub-Inspector
LASc10Yeo tehe Crmia r nepotedt
vi fndhSVa received the artie on five major charges, was ar- Areon Deprmente rii Inest-
a. frend. but declared that rested on April 5 after he had shot ve beenstoned on Monday night
knew they were stolen. and. wounded a British policeman. tie rtn nt
tr he asked the jury to be- Birbaum himself was captured d9Otarretram uairr Stee t
L' ae m .s ,_Ju o e -der arre t from Q u r y Street t
?abietathoen Crown's case was a in trying to shoot his way out of a H5 quarters 1e polic we a
nand that he had law- oli trap, pelted with bottles and stones for
..lycoeInto possession of the -m-inutes,
tles which he h~ad purc- aed GUNSINACTION 15 miutes, the -Trinidad
whih he ho GUNS I uardian" is informed, and Cor-
.II r. A. C. Rienzi appeared on ONON June 2 Reuter)The oral Rudder sustalned injury.
Sbehalf of the Crown whlo the a- German big guns on the TFrench IneDA
|whil the so- Coast were in action for i short T.RINIDA,
was unrepresented by cou- time today mm .. --
;~~pl. coastim ie toiodfray Ihr TV. Ta xran uz-,a"a .J e lIT I)


i eiMlln~hX of the end
EwQ heralds the dawn of a
89 WOl: let us therefore
n our loi anmd be pre-
4ied to rejoice together
j10 ietma7 In the United
Wift" Llgtft DRaL:
Sace and pretty for
^Inv for
Wear wn ehe

Fift-Clarence Spencer

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Board of Industrial Training

AdJunior TeehaeIal
Igh tret, am Fernundam .
An Entrance Examination will be
held at 9.0 a.m. on Saturday, July
22od at the school premises. Lower
High Street, San Fernando, for
boys who wish to enter the school
at the re-opening on September
The Course is for two years for
boys who wish to proCoeed to ap-
preieeship in the iled trades.
Is born bew daen eary W.
131 and Decemberr list 1911 are
eligible for thi session. Brti Oee-
tificates .ust be produced.
A good stadard of fettatm b
Should be made as
ea= as poeslbl to the Principll
Technical School, San Per-
natdo, from whom full particular
may be obtained.

lonTaca Deans
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Sub-Registry San Petnando.
Ne. M ef 1i4
the Mtter of
The Infanata Ordinane Chap. a
No. Is
And in the Matter of
A Prition .h ereuder of IAN
infant der the age of l2 yew
by his geardi ad next trien


,.jrgess List 1944

Residents of San fmrnando are
asked to co-operate in the pre-
oaration of the Burges List by
giving information as to their
claims to be enrolled as Burgeses.
or by asking for forms on which
Lodgers can set out their gualifl-

Lodgers' Clalms
rented between
fifteenth day of Ju

Town Hall.
Saon Fernando.
12th July. 1944.

Must be pro-
the first and
ly next.
Town Clerk.




Reduced Prices

PUBLIC NOTICM is h -by give
tb,4 by order of A Hcnaour Mr. 7'' kTr
JusUce J. L. Msnleu-Perez made WEDlJNLJ IV(
in the above after the 0t day M
c. May,.65 there- wil be Put 'iP DEC r
ifor SaWe bofntae ftdbo Wt toW JrjrA AA V
Court Housein um To& otf Sa*tm^-A
IFiernando oa hnd, the 2"th
,,t July. =94n te
Ios MULIa 2 tAt raL AM D Cut and Etched GJauwe.
SINGULAR tht"etalp piece or Gos~
paclof land eganprising ONa O Ir N fl;- r J
Oer with U going tteLaomr E.P.N.S., Chiniese CaOM
aIttetn iW the Town of 'an per- Va, Jewelry. Candle
anvdo in u atend of Tladad.- .
known and om as bn a Sticks, etc., etc.
B-rriSS Nt tU~ sad bonumded
n U N L. lai aw or form.
aIy oft o. .Aaro Othoeoth ----
b dlO. .D. WIUlam oa the
kbwIw iU m lh-beGo f m Your lpectiao. Invited.
aft K h nowoand em the
SonesPz m e* m"n TU t
ANe No. 5 i. at T E. SALES ROOM
Da"e O this it day o June*. i I Hw y St. (,I r T.4L..)
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Schools Give
$591To Aid

Tobacco Fund
In as ealhtmtaiS rpmpoao to

Fd lIn a k1Ioe o -
AcwfW to given bya.l
%rM'bwte o UiAdo ntotal 0041
e "ut towar = two wo d: e _t
woo IBUJ
Funb i ft*a0 M mull
neowitry too CV 10 .
vi) to 87.71. .
Abcowd i s th UM of contri-
butt Uthefd U L t bed:- ._,
S Ut edmnt: T emsulty zmy
~ saC*6 $412 sawhl
eIn Mtidatl 8, ta gavey $it It.a
wdmat fr.4T. otWhm Boys (.1a FIr
l .S*. IN l ,S sat. W
1.tL 5.Ma r1. (Ll.U t.
IG t.6, LaAth lst 0, of SonI-
but-- $t.& $a8d.12. f nd:
,.oS. $4. 6. -14 hen. ,,us
61.50. MPaml s sa S., qupm Te I 1.
Jre 73C.. Il.d a Walk $2.3, .Mayar
324. M$a, H Mn e Ga6.1 ate. Madele
P~.lt. Totst t*0.Ie.
RC. $ SehoolC: *t. RoM's Intrawdlate
$5.11. B ar tt sLa1.0, Western a Boys,
$1 Newtown Ors lls11mo01
te.Goalt GSaitzn
/nternxd/sto ll.4. t~mont lloy' $,
B1a.0et Olt, 85, B1ethlenm ltt $1. -
in street Boys (,6.11, 5R 1 Met.M,
St. AmB'&$1, ot.d ere* VIVntll"*rVit
MatreI1 BOyS' $1, Mucurapo Girls' $2.40.
I~ne t$3, Dlego Martin yas' $1.50,
Diego Martin lGrls' $3.0. ian Juan $0
Santa C u $1.3U, I. Joapl Boys' *1.0,
at. Joseph Grls- $ Tunapuna Boys $3.M
Tunapuna GIr,' $3, Las Loma $2, SLt.
Plu o.-' $2.02, t. i tbar's Grts' $1,
Arim, Boys' $8, Aria Girls,' $.0. a
I Raftel $1.0, TUDpeo $2.60. Upper 0ualab
$4, Valena $2.10. Cival $1.1, MateJot
$2.40, Capero $1. Mamnal 72lie., lmeta
Town $2.4., Drm $3.40. Gran Cpouv
$.M. Pr"n Town $5.24, Peo i$1, .
kn Sl. ,1O,car tal $4.44, Piparo 1.
Locimabn $2.40, OGranville $1.44, Penal
Rock $. La 3m $4.02, Brin $2. tMoruga
1, Benp Terr $1.3 Mayer $1.t45.-
Total $141.tO.
B.C. CHOOLia: IhmUond Street $1.01,
Duke street $12.7B. Quarry street $2.7g.
Belmont $7.0, Mucrapo $12, St. Ptilip's
$1.53, St. Josph $1.30, Tunapuna $5.13.
Tacarilua $. Aroues d$. Bar Bang d Te..
Grande Riviera $2.0, 3.a Village $1,
Carapihelna $3, C'laxton Bay $2.1.
Craignish 1.20, Princcs Town $1.20, sth
Company 1l.5. Lisa am$2.32, MoraL
S1.0., Marabella $6.47, Coffee Street 5,
St. John (Saa xernando) $9.40, Forert R-
serve $4.'K. an Fernando Methodist $2.53.
Princes Town Methodist li3e., Oloter
Lodge Moravian $2.12. L'Ansq Noir Morn-
vl" &3- 1, GainF Normal A.U.. S 3.M--
Tot.al-$10ii. 1.
Tobago Schools! Scarborough Girlis'
N.C. $1.30, St. Patrick $3.11, St. Mary
$2, St. John (Tobago) $3, Bell@ Garden
$3.50, Scarborough Meth. $1.44. ObCirott#-
ville $4.00, Cuastar $2.40, Another( rectept
A-35960) S0c.. Mortal Uipper Mur. $1.52.
Spring Garden Mar. $2.40, Montgomery
Upper Mor. $3.24, Bon Accord Mar. $1.07,
Black Rock Mor. $1.44. Dn Vlgnes Road
Mor. $1.5%0, oarborougb R.C. 1St.-Total
C.M. schools: San Juan $3. Maracu
$3.12, Tacarigua $11.60, Grosesnor (l.M0,
Oualco $1.72, Jubilee $2, Fishing Pond
$1.50o. SAnre Chliqulto 64.6,, Plum Road
$2.36. MILan $2, Catroni $, Warrenville
$2.74. St. Helena $2.18, Chartievllle $2.24,
Felicity $2.24, Waterloo S7c.. Upper Cars-
pichisma $1.32, EBchang 82.M. Balatnain
$2.1., Preygal i$1, Zpperana $.30, Bt.
Jullen Road $2.20 Torrib Trace $2.14,
Kanhal $4, P-oole 1.40. RIo Clar $2.5,
Boone Aventure $4.20, ViStabell $1.72,
San Fernando $5, Canaan SOc.. Picton $6,
Debo* $7.58, Ertin Road $3, Blen Venue
$1.06 Fyzabad 83.12.-Total $106.79.
Secondary School: at. Joseph's Coa-
vent High chool ($au Fernando) $17,
SIt. Mary's College $27.59 St. Benedict's
College $8,.25, Queen's Royal College SU.,M,
Bishop's High school for Girls $32.-
Total $109.90.
Tacarigua Orphanage $.21, Belmont
Methodist 41.50, Total $7.71.
6-Month Jail Term

For Tyre Possession
Trapped by Lance Corporal
Bailey &he dIsposed of a tryre of
which he could give no reasonable
proof of ownerhiWp. John Moham-
med was yesterday convicted by
Mr. W. J. Andre on an accusation
of unlawful possession and sen-
tenced to silx months' imprison-
ment. He was also given three
months to follow for disposing of
the tyre without perminion.


Joint cwner of the land be-
queathed to him and his brother,
Sooknanan, by their father. Ram-
paradat, it was alleged, in an effort
to Net money to retain counsel In a
case against him. got the sale trans-
action with Dr. Omar Maharaih ua
purchaser put through by posing to
Mr. C. B. Mathura, agent for Dr.
Maharajh, and a law -lerk that he
was Sooknanan. He accepted the
major part of the purchase price
after signing the deed.
Subsequent desire on the part of
Sooknanan to sell his share resulted
In the diltovery that the entire
lot of land had been sold by Ram-
paradat, the jury were told.
In defence ,Ramparadat admitted
Selling the land by representing
himself as Sooknanan, but ex-
plained that this was done by con-
sent of his brother who was too
busy to see about the matter and
whose father-in-law prompted
Sooknanan to institute the pro-
The Judge told him in passing
sentence that there wa nothing to
be said for him as he had been
living a life of crime since 1924 ex-
cept for a short period during 1926
and 1930.
Priz's and cert;1'ca'es won by
students of the Bishop's High
School for Girls during the past
year, will be distributed by His
Excellency the Acting Governor,
the Hon'ble A. B. Wright, at the
school's annual Speech Day on
Thursday. June 29. at 4.30 p.m.

Possession Immediately


St. James


No. 10 PETRA ST.
$7,000.00 Woodbrook

East end of Park Street

After 4 p.m. Rin 6 .

A. M. Querino

wx oD o A
WE Wh jR UAL 6,
li p-is. be*am

you of tmhwe S
the dac aay 4ige. We
1w pJ trouN&. i MI s"
youoothe tend eeap;letel heal blnd
eadit Wils. l ad wil mes
soabaa" 0msoft mat^

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sre Jo y ensI~tat~. eaeso t, 4a
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surely wea e* misat few.
eodIa soy. elesontoneetubee
with speil sapplic"aorfrm



Penal Land ....ea

Stile Brings WE192I
SCoUh Woe ty 10114r. litba

3 Years Jail
-- ..Holds, at nresant divided tp '
Sale transaction put through in for rYin Ah. cacy
Port-of-Spain onea day In sep- about ISO tons
teaber last year by which a t skers. Caplattv about U o
Peoal man ispoe" of his brother's tons Coal.
sbare In a 5-acre parcel of land at This vessel was built and
googit Trace after parting with his enrined in the 7.A. in 1o1i
own portion, brought Ramparadnt a and was reconditioned in 1942
2-year jaU term from Mr. Justice K. AI ha1s sine1 been Used it the
Vlnoent Brown in the Hall of Jus. Gulf of Parl as am ie-
tice yesterday when he was con- wnPer.
evicted by a jury on a 2-count accu- Permission to Inspect same t
nation of forgery and obtaining may be obtained from cec. p.
money by false pretences. HuwIla & Co.. Ltd.. to whom
Now serving an 18-month sentence ofrs to ourebae are to be
for an offence committed soon addressed
after his release from prison last "Tenders will be received upI
year on a ticket of leave, Rampara- to the 7th d Md July,t 14."
dat. whose criminal record dated _ss _____
from July 1924, attempted at the
outset of his trial to create a scene
by misbehaving hinislf until _ ,r "
warned by the ludge that he would l illI l l
be dealt with for contempt of court.
at the instance of the court for a RO EI
short time after he had tersisted tn
protesting against his trial proceed- /I
Ine in the absence of one of his | | r
witnesses. '1 IFOR USALE i

Your good deed for SuMdg,
July 2ud, wlU be five d8U-rS
spent on the various stlI
at e 0 o



The British Red Cross

Inguon Appeal

S .p


for home or office

Secdlay selected bv our rows.
sentative. Mr. Jack do Lima,
In the U.S. and Canada.
sA.1koo~y^ a 0 W to^o

your feweller

Y. De Lima & Co.


Son rrF'.d Jeweaery reisb. .MO PMiWi4u
are now otfering a a We "loN w


of the very latest designs

from -

"Merit" pld-folod wntwetdc
with gold-filled straps, 15 jewls

Gent's "Merit' gold-fillled w twtdS
with restless steel bock from

Ladis' "Ors" chrome ed* l foUieM d*
watches from -_ __ __ _"

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fitted with sweep centre sc ;n s ,*

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morning of 8deM
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[] lkIA T1 O RICA A ..... AMode, ur.el ..... sI.i,. Q hpibd, 3A

i ~. e.u .... tmeat. Pe e e M u erhed .--Jad Dm e.ar n.aI A O qR ] A D T ra1Ilo .ha, .. 288 k
woill legi am upe ..5.r .amsi .-. a
g 1 tte- tiO.e. -Af tyrtor moethly StI'Toet.--.V. al VMnU gSo.e~g ra~ U eIN. Two-git Ri.
Ef rr*r- AT WILLIAM ALLjOWSDIGII' O6.T f.!L A Ty *fc-3~---"""J"' E-- P

eSne) enerP hl41 1 and Mgf, Jestl-eefc -ieoo. -<* ext to A
Rei Z~erAI, App Union nsftAb88.sun

hoeea er are tmaae AUTOMOT I.--VE 'w '9 ,sI. a e a E8st. e
Save t.e lrs er hems~al __ __ __ __p I A -oe mlensI Csed ed na t AaIt
.b -OTOee h da I M.. ... OTR'7 ^ "nlal Ahenue.-Jnl I* I 18 e-"OM
Afor M ORRI Spo9rt MO se, ecelenrtEDa sal' fh P ,J4 eU l
condetiony l perfet.iA 1 EaL y RAObOS. OaEaRRER Ch 'm ALE :reeto to i ne s l te. "- eI .
Pmg.R Street. t ret come gist servdJy T RADOfD POTABLE A.C..D.C. 2 : O 8M ral. IL5ne- 8A1.-4uzy s tW
a mofMta d yita e CHeVROLe T CAR. em el. Ol& reet -Juner 'CHAT eV SatS t Reito Valey.
mlmJSpi5 A N 35oor payingthe Apply: Vtal. a/e fungs' Groery. M Nor- S.E.C. D TUBE RADIO: ertrlisrsor, s.el os. levea ll ,ay st at.
lMt f To, a Oel. Is f ol k;stret. after .-July One Larg e yldaln p Wd. a tCloseitd-osg Length.. I-n s -
isBE-r& el i h ONE 1MI CHBV. TRUC~t wlU> Pole. San MN ErSntan.Jl 1. n Dtweat ? t AMs tvehewri 6

re e, ~ )t BoaH.s. APplter Unron Sae. 3816t Jun oe; ,RLN and a ElciIcal.net,,.J.i i Player, 5anI(UI fat.esen lag to A aa
JN --?a~ae UICo 134 model. moechaon callysound ( -ckp i. Cotc Enke. 36 Mar.ine1 ,t~a p...siby
lyreMver go d. r neon ble offeCac epte :s5y Lo4s6 a b-ely 31 .Wftte a

__-_____ w.,___ lppiElta,-T ,one BLlu 11X1_Jward trA--t. N TO O'JrOR-Cand iBotle m Pltsll COam. T, _r0 pvo l --
,- i ,&_ S.. ... ..,e. nc, .. .... ....le -July 12 .pRINg 4 yro eel Cooles.d JuneW om-ue 58 f
,;. set mOWS algmO ~Matl5 GASOLENE MOTOR. l>A H.P. Apply: ,,. -- ---- SALE ow VALUABLE PXn T flrM
for AassalM EtO 40 CorNellO Btreet. WoodMirook.Jn. W0 ICYCLE S D ORSALE cPleot laveB*iet wi th as et fetUS.- *q

I______l~ _bE w o, Seearl ttln- ?0.Mc Anic ly condit en te g vood.Tre N CRIR CCE Appoly;S O dSAL at e m sUe ; lan wih toM
hear de e LADY' RALIG *oL~,.y op~~> BICYCLE.1'" 0" 'Phon Price.l~ SS^*%
^C---- S~,.r^Odl.S--.% ----- ifr W" . /% ?%

Uj1AIOURe VACAuT Coo1--Jun l 2 LADY'. CYCLE. Mr. Cla *o Abe-.DIes-1 Ma u artin. *.
Tow sr1 m., fe es Offrceto NOrW ISTOURCANC o.. buy ne 1lom AleF=uWr 104.-oneri k Peter, e s
abUM- aORfiOaefIitIN EGNELD ~sRad

t aorm an orsAppl.to'to H.P.PttrHar Indu n ENTSO RLIGH N CYCL. RsIS C. PSEomMl- K oAD. se ma
11 s.-ino gasod. a" MO s FR;-i n ew. b n Ine Mowr -CCLES O RA L, runn waI e r, al a.e. eevr eulde
s, .... ... i tion. 111,11 T o RU t I V Y:I a w R a 0..' o gIai o,.nS FllORi, a- sW Ruid-

A SERVANTwatedh.- Aply Work.'Phoe 4 81.4 rd Itr r- NO RTON M ttoR tst. model. treeed. sa mrooy sva ts bu and oa
o" T 8 pac liCe s Reet f afte r etJly.a- -np&edu, foot-chMeang gea Trsgaeectr r ..I Powsen aslott. 1.0 Appla Dr Bos :
otnB Nl AMERICA *Nt, uy-|' o, n MRCUoY DRnPi HEAD vimip ty,, excellent. CAlciut aend ln- Peren. oce. 43 ,edeck Stree-t. at *.l.
wf I O y. tree vie- AMER 17CAN cazar M Htreet--J y U D enArine.-Pone-0,, Nan .ar.h 6 .3..-Julyv .
G A.TV It-XP IbBINCD MAID- poUPEVtulpped wIth Radio. Perfect con- G.X.u? BUTIlDNGSTES MGravtrm ain
i to slep In, c Aye s . retfrf dIlon-lPStr.ee Apply M0acKul 'ie. rao. a dA 4pl tlrod atrot L.e0 tlS.; Creehoro
Il eseotial. Ms. Cleat ve, ^ rody Control. 1. Vinc1nt Stret.T -July 22. good. acn Propntartul .r tle on u ry nlret. A li
te stApho St. Auiusrtine 176.-Jlly 2 ito. MOTOR CARd. '.PhoneJ42. wtrc old o po to lm, u ado I
fo. ] l Char otw o .en h l -- reun uro0 Ju ne R E N T A L S 3 A r0rlDct treard hanr- uly aT-.
j -- pr]fervrd bu'wao-uld a onedtl e er re-peci- t I-mmeda-te- -- ....e.. e-e s- w ruog w iDtleo s Also auimrt mer a.
I .-*cTrol woman. R.efere. ."nces e tvl roenCal. lant. tulr parctleua ar p y DeW.no peyd
ory d coe WA TE RESOReTr Jobgty, 4esPnalro oItrfet-jueitd
R14e9t481,uar.ulsJn L ADwoe rm
^OOOD BUTL*K, must Mleep In. Apply: --OR. 21nd comfort at 'Aeoc.s" YUe aOnd3 BuaneAs Plac, cnR Rvelck Street
Stree~'ft a L ]J amte -July WANTED TO "UT 'W dsor' ugaluoe anCEd dffOg.AEul and outaeIrn MVatent oadt ourope. Idpal
FO SAETYPI8FOD 1mndlatle-. good pros I l A l
P ele nA p e tp n oly :ra, 'o h ul P hon e 6 or" w ri te BI sh o p. 17 A lc e z ar V E. Co p p ln Wu r tn lnD B a rb ad o s w o r B o w n Str et. 7-j ap u na ; Erm i e M o -
t|ED lO~ICOMTPoAphCKRsy Set. M -eJun l2 i...... 1) lll T r Saaro uttonU tret.. Wan Per- m=ed. Mcnroy tret. Cup: or
_BIUra foe S. C001 tsPctate Gusys 1I1DIA'rO Oro ll>31 l"ORD VH m ~iit l>u, orM. Aflarn, 102 Tragaetet RoadGedln Walcott01"; I*'01,1 Vista Dell Road.l
U AnnaTAMP condl ion. Pthone m *r a
t-hk atlrmnotwv f.re livIn w t BI o. ;Z A imar .tr .t.July 2 i puna.-July 16 ar.-JUly te na ta s pe rna dJul 1TE In Oail.l
US an Othe faunltl26A ADY'MB CCEA r.C ltHOUSE 9HOPetS Fank TBAO.Four. mlase 0
pIE plyow tOffc.14OWTISMONREC.AICwil obuy yOure16fmpt y fomScrbrogt1200a8o o oo
on th ste A.por leetoLoin & P.erme ottle to 10 Centsduci vaat.onEnCo G n t8Act:GHSultan LE.han, an er nT culatK ZIBn. snaRe O use wm th
3/ -1 Chardlott"enclstieJng cpes30 Ourso&. el ha rltt DC enerteel hour s 7o1a naldo, 'Pone 44-Jun e 2bwautiflFer hola d HOn. fepraoue Coo
EI;I SERANTI.wantd.HAipply M,nc Phone p in.- 48July ard, Stre t- LIDARTO N M TUMOR-YLE ate moelbecmou-ase Lao urrmarcsadhue

0It*4-- .,xcelletr*, after lovely J aurr.unius. 3j. cuarsgplease a tlo ria, f.all.N.00 HumAp heyD
y 0Alexandra Streetx etle Pt.llcCINaMA APPARATU. tut ue. r s tw e.Sa bles. ledpens. or f r S pr
A In AME A M R D P Hn write d Bp-ht1 Sn per clay. Po 102. Ao-july St. Vincnt street, Port-of-ain.
REJ )-.BX COMPANY -CJUnSe21 AM LO RD HUSE Mao r2te'PhLn e B 44N.-JulyT2 t o .,
liffiZE i USE DgSTAMPChildren, Et: t IeJunBo2k. aNdTALoeSooesSMAii I ECLLEANT INVEXsTMEN=T In OI&4d

AIn years. Pull knowledge of lsteal.
*nd Maitntnance of Iliduatrala
w atrll Equipment. Apply with refrr.
and Identity Card,. to Lebeur Suiper-
M T.L.L., orest -eserve.-Jine 27

CEMIUJENCED BooIk-keepcr.a-tenotypit
- y', linog and General Office work,
inted, efficient, first class renmminen.
Box Q-110, c.o Guardlan."--


-hj re, Ihorn. 70 Oxford F Street. -Juy 2
T4CCINlE. Pantin Beo., 8 Henry street.
sy; also One Brooder. Alply 04b C rio,
=*tret.-June 28
Jt Augustine. 176.-Juyv 19
]IYTIRE LOT OF PlfI.llON. Kinci..
unte,- etc. Apply l sea Lcta s or l lari
tInent. -July 4.
WtS i W ornC Ckcercs,. eahl g muntjh
one 7W.--June *".
fBnlhth. ars Nirclt Rhode liland R ,alter,
-*B"a Chicka 2 woeks mixed and pure.
I sweet Brier Road.-June 2 I
I LZGHORN COCK. $5.00, 37 Carl(n
tee. -June 2&
'tOnths ohl,. 'ia dlar,. 'lPhone 7'j13.
sJ1Une 2A.
6"Jna--S -----
Nth entries lr ihe June' Melini, SL unol
lh wind an(l limb. Apply 81-v.i UiiDoett,
SBlUtholern I ailry. Crue -Juil I 1.
WU-TEAHt-OLl BAY ltfILY "lc'ater
W." by Tom Pearson c'ut of Moadls Can
he see in th Trinidal Turf Club Pad-
LA^. 0 Apply;O. P. BLennett, 809 Marie
o~m Jne 3o
E Two Pure lqr,'c W1re llilred Fox
"n"ee"s. Bitches. 'Phi,- v4129.- Ju.e 29,
_43"T iJ.. $140 10 la Beus>d Sli --J une 30.

E I'REP&RKD f, l, the ,,'A ,,n
OR Decetmbfer ers,.cl cA L ideo-r',j i il .dIi
Otres' Mu6 c'"I'e,. .thel ceiria "it.
O" p- ,X Il. n:,H.. |.i" i.i V "air,.n,
amnbrte. 3, tvoark lcti-t -July
SOKThYAND. Bl..-hc ui-, i ,i icricr
IN& Xnglcah. Aritlhmice. Adul lt ccprc.
lmeet. Miss t.irgailc.. s. lisysclc J
a sade.--July 1
mTy L Clxton's C .cn'm>tal Nclo ), ic.0c-,
hi on fe-fin July 1, 1 .1 Co" -ee it reel
COMPLET'Ik CiltNk.cic..l.l.l-."Alt'i
tout 1.r 0Fc Ai'ptly or C lhl 'luce"y cirfler
Ws Manaer., tde B ati'ly cire. Atr ,d.-
Ju 1it
WPANISM iA" lta. 1A yerah -psoisa
i uca. N1ia Couurs. .u.eL oLuienta,.
Ueuirg tttcuL.-junelu
l T" ".*10" '." A-cs Sl kill Land
Lame, laioiut. hetoinu.rU &iiaoui iccf orcu
r . eaeiptdi.no itcn M atecuilaticon.
0. E. Mcwicuei, Prcticulal.--July .a
CRUR. Pisolnaai and -urrespolndeie vj.
0Ou11 10- P iamuu JASa. iMckinter
b .-,i. 4o .U Ipa&ra Hill i curnt
ervatui altrouat.-juiiy 3
R 'AtAa,4- ~ kSL.Ufhw.fUT RIvADING,
Aitict lt iiAl, Mc-ciaulcal, Mat) and
gier-ioiui.. Les ton eln&ru. 24 &;d-
wra SLoor-t.-Juiy V.
CHOOSE (IULALti l(ttI'O.-8-- Adult,
8c taWd forl tody. Cluidire tAoriugslly
000 for tcortu aluccvsh ccrtitain,
psse0 pl (Cadmbldii,. ala,rl'uitono
Commerecla. Defrei.--uiy to.
Juan., unes' Hall. |>arL, xeiiceu le en.
U. evening easea", los nnK ot O 1an1u
uv bridge .Aai ,aLt i ,ll-uj l61

deS. 56 freder Ick Street -July
OUR BVhc'i.tlHAI'IUN ThOUtBIt.A's.
o ealS Ito stop them. Unicn electric.
'0"RUBBItK STAMPS nud Haket Re.
IUngi.6 "Toit," San i b'ereandu.o-Jucy
UHRTS. Pr"AMAn mne tuo Meielrg-
stO S flt everybody. iou >'OUIJ bring our
Ow material loo. Ooldecjim. lt, 43 Palk
trot. -july l
Soei. uoa Mare., earlinsa., M
e. Mle. iklokeys. Dairy Cattle and
SU. P. Bennett, 31 Mainie Square,
.off-Ninla.--Juse ws
IiM. S Hutton Street. an Frnanado,
11 .-Jlily S.
W V UNDERTAKW tu ship or traibhi
. U% hadWise. or Personal baggae iand of-
" iasucxaco thereon the world over
W y at your door, Export permits
'4 Rawllns Import and Export
ty t Ms Chcon Street. Pione ,80

-- WG&E R PfirliAN. se
JMHI UB *U. h CIropratt~c 5peclai
tfljR Jame LOVell. P.C.. Ph.C.
j beam" Nbt.Phn 5).c
"S^^^Wood l r*-us
A. Cbhalguroctor itoreerly New
(.14 ihtedetlk Street sotis AsoclItton.
uly IS.
DIWMbt A 8 8 9 U 94. ULAICK
ft meftrly Deetor 4 t(e

otleltors to the Admlalotttri,
IT St. V1neeVt Bty*e
-June 30 P05-_t-SIs.
MECHANICS. By authority of tbhe mad
exatlves (Carlisle, Enaland), the Trini-
dad District Grand Loudse, Independt
Uniteld Order of Mechanhi c (Englisa em.
itltutim) Is a registered Body and the
LAwful Authority of the above order it
thia Inland.
Distrlt Grand Master.
2S Merl Bstret,
-Jun* 39. Morvant.
Mngravd Brass Paint Painted rboad
Wooden Letters, Cnelnm Ude. eta.
Appy Modtrn Stgni 17 Chaon street
(unptads), Phone 5,0 or 3813.-July 1i
OrcI, the SCallt (formerly of Jo.n-
m Ltd.). We load Others followw" Re-
pairs Free when Re-Covrlng. Look out
for our lovely and aelmo bow room,.
openin July 3, at a amt. *fbo
63411--Juse 30
CONTACT The Cntrol Constructui
Bureau, thy will do your work. They
speclUalle In Road-MNuns, Brentlo of
stel1 and Wooden structur., Tnokl. Ppe.
llanes, EBthen dnam. Bridges Reinforced
Concrete toundaUm, ptu Tuanks. Brisk
work, Weldtng and general repair. 'Phone
4906. Robert Gittemns (MnAnser).-July 14
A. UITTRAN-RoadmakkM i, Colasing,
etc. 130 Clharlotte Street.-July 19
JOSEPH BENOIT, Expert Stove Re-
palrer and Oven-Maker. 112 Clifton Hill.
Port.of-Spalu., 'Phor 5837.-July 1.
Supplied. 'Phone 453S.-Jun 131.
Elion street. Deo Vgnes.-July 23.

JERRY.-I lovinLi memory of our belov-
ad Xacel Jerry. who tfill elp on June
as, ioo.
In ilme* unbroken. In pain and t in nt,
Tb onm a a seoft voice that brings
sweet relief.
And kind l U thevole which so tenderly
"Thy Ixbeloved m Is not de4d. hle Is
Oly aleep."
-Ho. r loving daughter.
AKAL.-In loving and affoetlonale mem.
Otry of my beloved eoae., 8htman John
aoloman. who dealrted thile (< en Juae
U8. IM1.
38, ltam.
Here he ies, pretty bud,
Lately made of ek and blood,
Who as son tell fust Inleep,
An his litUe eyes did peep.
HIM lvine metief, Elaine Akal.

The nicest way of

taking HALIBUT


MuKgazines bought. Arccie l Bookstall.1 I* R IN BEQUIA! Ex. Centre. Bakery with Husa and Land, I ,, I 1I1
ONredeTrlCk S .reet. Jr.l.y 24 p|n r and enjov the beautiful Grect dinea freehold. Albert Street,, ilparla. Profit- iUO LA,8!T AU 1L sO N l / A V
SONE MIOTOR-CYci.p. in .(.IA sond#tlon from "SunnyL Carlbbee the delightful able peacetime business. 8.000 or nearetl 1,____________ _________ I A.-
with too lyre.. Apply. t>. Augutine. and modern seaside resort In Bequi at. offer. Apply. W. Gangadeen. 10 Chacon I ,I ." I
l,1.-June 2 Vincent, Grauadinee.-Feh. 6.-o. Street. Port-oi-apain.-June 2 ANNOUNCEMENT | _.. .,
ON MI 11 .LL'nComplete, In orking SUPER MAHE UJU Est HiOUSEMSH.ATOERLY fRnFr
orde, w with or without engines, One on Urtlinl i s the Ideal Seaside Resort tin -- .nando be bgs t notify her family and
cl-bucrning Fridge. Send written psrticu-Ibarbadon. Excellent ea" bathing and LAND FOR SALE friends that she Is patient I hospItal,
lars to 0.. Rodriguttez, Reiable Pharmacy. culiltie. Modern conveniences, centrally Ward S ( :
t u tu Fourtln-July Il situated for 'busem. clubs. etc. For re.- GRANDEST BUILDING 8ITIE at Mor.- l. \'
N UTMEi-. l 12c .a pound. Donawa. I ervitions. Mr. Winnie. Wharton, Bar- val, adjacent gult link 0,500 square tect. TUITION
Charlotte treet-Juna 27 Uarot, or Mr. Uo ce H. Matthew. 2.1 reehoi Lands. ckti, *hone 1, F. IUGINfi-CAN A C.RAP, Corpo- -e _F
SMA .L COTTAGE I'. n, let1 land Warren Street. Wuodbrook.-July July I rate Accountant, 21 Edward Street.
around St Ju.i..e. Apply Sea Lots or "SWEET BRIAR." L'An.e Mittant, .UILDINU LOTS at Hillris Farm,. Hunt coches for the Higher Accounting Book-
P rk Street. JuIly 4 Point Cumana. bully furnished Seaside Road, San Juan-July 24 keeping, Shorthand and TypewritIng /
ONE NEW or USED FOOT SEWIN KResort. 'Phone 61- --July 6. HUN 46aJf SI AI.A. Cascade, % Ac IExamn.-July 2u7. f /
MACHINE Ring 6017. Clty.- JJne .2'5 STONYCROFT GUEST HOUSE, Worth.- Building Site with long Irontage to BURKE HIGH SCHOOL for Cambrldge|li ''
ONE MARINE DIiSELE. KNl1Ni Must 'Ing. Barbado., Apply Alloyne, Brydeo A4 i~nihtsnriage Road. App;y: "Atnmnaht" o Certlfcates and Commercial Night claseI s- ;
he In first iGer cnillon. 'Plcch n l3..- osni.-July I Kiightbrldge oad. Cascade.-June 30 t rom July Jrd. 88 Duke street tup itairs) -
June 3 _________________________ Aj. LAN Sa ,rux, ;is milesI -July t.
from San Juan, -n cocoa toa i v a .n....
._____. .__. ROOM AND BOARD li'ns., cone. oranges. Eer paues tnrougl SITUATIONS VACANT LALIBORANGE contains
WANTED TO RENT ]ROOMS. Call 402b afterr 5 pm. -June 651.O0. N. DiCapula. 36 Vbro.d:Ic, street. REQUIRED BY OIL COMPANY, four HAkLJBL O thatNessentinfor
OWANTED TO RENT -n js duiJe 2 first class e.ectrlcans. Knowledge of mi that re eent for
$lccu ill-/.,AIl) ir Utcfornlnlei He ON.SINGIt L ROOM with Breakfast iiR' CLASS BUILDING SITE av1. lInstaUllatlon and MainJteanance of Industrial the healthy formation nd strong
it Ci ty or suburbs. 'l'-cc' .0 J Uly i "o1 oc i4acri'-ecr chis reirreu,. 'on ai at Petit Valley, average sisa 10.000 ltctrlcal Equipment. Apply with ret fer- o h o b- n *d teeth. I is
E.Mt'rY ,li'Jin. cr A'AJlTMl'. lIe. iu, 1. square fest. 1 2 L nts per square foot. ences and Identity Card to Labour super-. 3 1 .- ".-.."
car'si 1iO. iici 'il- .c.. l 1 U.' COMFORTABLE Doubhe and Stogie Box P-124i. "GuardlJan."-Juiy 1. visor, TL.L.L, Forest Reserve.-July 11 deICioU and childrenUlovetingIt.
W.il-i. lt" KU'" e t _.MOW' It Securoum touactis,'i preferred, Anieriaican LAND Ic iJUARIIEB at Mon Repos, SERVANT WANTED. It Dare street. I-libosme alsn helpe to prevent
Mucuiralo Lor -matl Hoiie ur Alc.rlmentor u .ni Ah. .Atpp I. Jul *e Veriuil aetreet. Laventille. not far from Morvat Hettle-. -July 4. ni ,orange alo.ep s.t prevent
i1 Wsidiurouk ol CI). l'huct WhIiitiai, June JO ment. tGood water. Apply Frerrera. GENERAL MAID, half-day (ftrnooni) coughs, colds, influenza and fevers
h.7' -June 28PRONE,8 I 6,' 1. Do Verteill Street- 'lficine 7Ji.lU.-Jucy 0. Wilkinson. 4 River Road. Maraval. both o -i ndcilre.
|UNIly D HUU.'il, ent about1 larg. uOubti.ocif our .ngillin or Ae *.--- -Jun e30. both in adults nd children.
'840. 'lnoue ill .-A J iuute Ji c3 4ai oar upy ucna,.--Jui y i ,
.t Ul"eA.l.i.ur ... ,i1u u tcigod ocAily. tAIRKVVAY tJr.ST .OjUaE, opposite AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENTS WANTED TO BUY .
Paice 439.- July ul 0 wu e n ark hotel, reasonable taiet. I CHILD'S PLAY PEN 'Phone -
illst 0AWkLs fA0 or 1h'cceinae r ... Dauis ate-et.'k'Oone 4iacS.-July 14. J. C. ALLAHAR-idouoeeaEstate Agency June 30 Lm
'rc't-uf"at 'Phonec507-Jutne 21 NICE AARY UOOM roe Arlcn Euro- N ....n. ......
41OU keiAltf) cr llitrun t.cturieti Huse u Ie n t l ban
irn gou. locality. Anattii iioci y a430.-tt. udh-nit -61St. Vincent Street-'PhoneSO". MISCELLANEONS. SALES&uu
Ju lly 2 HamltonStreetWuodbrook.-July 13 CEDAR mmediate diposPala, over i2ia00ulri iii
SWANTKD UNF. RNISiH.ET) 4HOUSE to "DUNDOI'UNAL HALL., 67 Dundonald iFreehold Residence Upper Charlotte standing trtms at Crown Resirve rate..
rent with four Ibedroom in upper pa; tStreet, alt minute's walk tro avannah. Street, tros..eon, ........ .....5.00 Apply: Mrs. Murray, Bungalow 21, Tri-
0( town. Apily k t ckel. ilepnhune sAUbI and dingi. Room, with Board. Freenold Property Frederick Street S13.0l dad Leaseholde. Forget Reserve.-July L1 J
.-Jun1. PhoneMi. lan s Mi Lescmiioups. 6217a.-July 1 Leaeen'o vdti.ildnce Agra Street WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITYI! COfe-- .A.-
'jiu.-jun- ". IPFUH1,A111 I RUUMO mdepndent M- s Poscasmion) ............. ............. a -00 Park street real money makin. Aft f .. i^Sl WI *#
........... ,lrna. (u etra ~Street.-June *U l Leasebnoid property Bengal Street Cheap quickly. Mc'Donald Thomas, 34 Charlotitd f lI..i*
tace,'i) otrPrprta -Phone 7648.-July 4A.".W& of
%. ._--.. v--.. .......... CuMFOt .C'^Fk .rAu; CUUL .4UUMB wb With receott Property, ieeler. Lane ,o00 ?Ahoe" T481July4 KB I n4 "'- li.fmblf/Jilt,1
UULJ[ lJAIiNUjii Banceiiors preteraoly.-June 30. oad .......... ........... 6...... TM1p.t. with *ear box a nnd *ve tnr gnu odnn
----- IM:. inTDIT KTON. Undger______ ___________ __ foo.order Union ales 816 June 0 "50 act"" r 5 &, -,tey
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SmallTw Town. 0John's, Barbados. Uas CARL C. BRATT 4 CO. TWO GENT'S GOLD WRIST WATCHES.! AB0BtHanburys Ltd., London
taccomnioudetiin for touur noy attending 127 St. Vincent Street. 'Phone 581 Phone* 20. -July 4 .
M l t:CHANii HLtCs'TL Ltl. Vr rea- Ltodg;e icuol. eor partlculatirs and terms. ..-... GOOD BAR'TTERY Dodge. artar e, Cr. Ofy f Gmmi..*ttores, Me., ia.i.
sunaiwuy iiied f-erwures. C,. TIVer. a-laPpi)y I, Use abuv% eddret.-July3 We. xclumively offs-:. "i"r .' IO '^ B-rS p.t. 'lnn; *. ..... ... ....
aice. o GrIpile ( l~rc'i. cg a' .t t i M sOb.t,E ctUUM for 3ruropeansD T .'retorTUsed 38.F .. ord Part s. Union .... i fpeu se aefi.W.I..HS.ItaijsiLi,
,,. couI.ii a226-il.t, .J2 itl erMOTAttLE tdM tor europeans SECOND TKE. BARATARIA g a, 9 enryl n Street.-June10B t p .
rl. ''oe 3. Jl Aierician. 2o Bae Powell lStreet.- All conienience-Possession 17d attS dy .. I, FtSp TIdiyA.
KLYLisis FRt.PtucIUN SAFE., July .1 *4,U00.00 FOR ALE MI.. W.
Ztiili t' ur.sol tkllHa, imrinlutri. Cheap. uNW tLAR;E FRONT BEDROOM, sult. FO iKIn 3 0 Gron Cartoons
*akti,", OL .ureen tieet.. Jlune 21 able lor .urupean couple with children. Ales, : CROWN5 CORiS 50 GrossCartoioon _____ _______
Lr.AVIt i LUVN- -cittld s el U. E. ir two bacieluid. Mis i oclCaloupe, il a $D.AtII p RAM TO PUMP W T 3R' Carton in Carton lots.
lilc ; tben. e ee -.. 1crer oil C arc e treet 'P ic ,cRJi.--JOne ftMP .I,..N.NI.WATERI I Apply 72 Duke Street.-July' It.1 ...................... .
,t.%e. iedis., L.cl'whi., lPrene, s aulli gl- i ,'UglNtfU -iNSHI) or UNFURNIS.HED 1Single c Su S,.- b a Pum oe- --,-. GENT'S DIAMOND RING $300.00. IIHIUnuHNUIIIIIHHIINM iIIU UHI.
aciclad Bath luii, Hliasct, LChJir. Sue. ItRoom. l;rcpecan Bacielor only. bu K-it, - Apply Box R126--"Guardlan".-July 11.
iabiles, l;ih.cr, Ur,iass ,,c Mirrur,, Buya Iuardian"'.--June j. McD ON A L 0 T H 0 M A S WANTED TO SO C n U.
__.._____... ___,__..___, ,-CA, "W '. +A Rwth~ te odeCveatNo.1
ii.'" Plcits icSkc'ti. ccrtai Elt. 'Phones 7n, 34 ChrlslottStr. WANTEDBABY FORD without tyre. Lodge Covennt No. 1
Alteir 12, 1 Warer Street, l'onuie 6 ,, MHOUSE WANTED hARE OPPORTUNITIES! Wret Box R127 c/o O"Guardlin"-Jun* 30.
Ji. e io, -Julie ;4Uof 86,,COFFEE. STREET,
-ON. Klt'JIinALK,,l"hR %%W nling $. cO REWARD. (cctltue or Apartment to(1) l.ove.iee Bungalow, Long Cir- ROOMS AND BOARDING
O~. lIIi~- l"'J c~i~ runt Wcuodtcio'. 'N Si., Janiee, P. g I; ruler 01050, Corner Piopeity. ROM-A O =lDN
t;ttiwih^rw, in cite,c$cel.ccci,. IcvieeJahe.Am cuhlar&et. 4obed rooROOMS AVAILABLE for respectable SAN FERNANDO
11(;e. 1,phIX R-UJ lfrt *H, ltlor O. oJu A e'reecold 4 ibedroomsi, 2 baths, Beeo ,Idpn~ nrnn g ~ t
ltte dcc) I ,, I i tilt rcilcn." Juiy 2 A ewerages, servants' quar- ie .
iF-.t Mac'nie. ca11term, etc. Mortgaged for Street. Phone 6870.--July t. on 15th June. 1944, elected and
.Si A iti,..'.uy r,. ,cl a Mccne A l e11, t ... Moradc. --installed the following Offlcers
h l ;Ni" G ".4 EfHl'MH K- H,, icvcle .,,0 C.O ,ll. ) Ht..;AI.OW, a Mar- n'wAe i-Park lrdou, real mo yg ar. WILL EX HANG S Hou In C yEXCHANGE Sma House in City
le cLO.:i5l fi .t.:..ime, si-u. x o. l.rei. ieI.nW Slult Ar- un., tted with double rieerator fr lare one n Port-of Spain or Suberbi. December 31, 1944:--
A el A it,,uliny Cooler, o-lul*, C .amt Re stat, es, ,oetc. e a.. al. Auly .. u ten, Apply A Rodney Street. June. 30.
Si~i Xlceic t rcti-it Jilt 3 ,i t ii Q11,11.1c, e-cs,14-si. July 2G (ointg at a bargain. Broher I1ee1. Gittens. G.G
tINt. Ht.,MIN>, 0.'. irlable Typewri ser', nc.Ime. "cc"'. iA.. -,'ulic y r'unislhed ____________ ------- I 3
jIu rIcsndrltil n f runnt ,intu gt(l o,. 51 -'--cth eartit"atestat.ined,- POULTRY AND SUPPLIES W.* Andrew. D.M.
Olir. For idrtiiclcr,. r.ial 4.'2 ,2. a1 ",- ipcu. .".l. Agotin Biuitner. LO U a I L M A N T H O M A F OWLS AND COOPS. 13 Robinsonvllle. I. Gitteni, S.D.
!c.uw.rd clreellot iundie -.) A 31 Charlotte reelt 'Phone 1905. Cheap. 'Phone 8220.-July 4 A. F. Scott, Secretary
ON t'. . It.. a l I)rt.cy I (lirl' ticn 'Z*iur e ..a ". 0, -. ,, i tle.--June "s Tobago. "Bloody Bay", appr. SERVICES AND REPAIRI Jackson, .D.
H' I ei., 10,O. r i' omeri ills 5(p-July I uJiy uN ..- ....'A., O C. ulllen$ l 4, Atais. Bargain ARMATURE REWINDING a specialty. J. Heyte, AsLt. See.
it~r, ctc., N portailIe 'lypet. ertu R One Ru,.u. kt ,....,,.t''Io 'lnone Ska u r Touasgo. L.ouit i'Ur.- appr. Union Electric, 16, 94 Henry Satreet.- A. MeCleod, ChaplaIn
DC.InMiErt Lciicry ttoirtei', ie. l Bra. ,*.--June Sib o1 Acres. June 30 H pembertan Tre-
iini t"vec-.--uly l IJAk .,,sit.t-a. HOUSE for lung period at 'uil Partilculr at Office GIVE US THAT JUNK REMPIOERA- n be re-
tNi. i.AuD'S DRESSING TABLE, three- Muada'. moM ut-t.o c, o "*uuattan."- Tabaos. "t'peylus Etate". apr. TOR. We will brIng It back allve. UnIon NrT.
nucrur, beIelled. willth Stool, end oerail ..ue v. 700 Acres. Complete. Electric. 881.-June 30 J. Coder, Tyler.
uther pieces. C 7 Borde iStreet~ June 2s D.Au IAFUL. BUNGALOW--al modern l AI(redo Street. .iuet been re- VALERIO Db GOKs8, ex-Fatory Mdcha- J. Neptune nd F. 0.
tSKI; 1448 FORD PAKTS. 'Phone 5816. coun"telltscen-t.ulcnauOr unourant avla nnated and pEnted;. empty. "lc of the National Cash Register, can W J nand. 0 mu '.
-June 28 .'. ncly. ase^Onal s TlmaI E Empty Mungalow. Cascade........ Cheap Bervice your Cash Register, Typewriter, u Trute.
.AkL^tRi. QUANTITY of well cured Cedar. "aeriote .5ee* t-et-un) d. 3 iluarry StriL Rental $13.0 (1,600 Adding Machine. Well known by all own.
rupctua. andd(OX ,iou rda tor ale. Apply:- a Valley Roan, empty ....... ....... er. of a M Th egisters Ini Trinldad. 'Phon l Com te-E.
rii> Choy. is ng Tu Restaurant Land. pr. I Aer, and HouNe 764., or call at UI Marine 'lquare.-Juane Mo., K. Moore. D. Spenase,
*'OIto-e-i r,,e, Kelly 'l'ang. i, T, Allum 'ujS- Za 1 tPA SAUL t; (.=>empty), Petit Valley, 0ig 0 30 A. Grey, D. C. Marshall.
bl ,. an Fensanlci.orfOliver POn PSangL Marttn btear ("eMatn Ciay
PIANO, good coundti-on, no reasonable,.s fR SAL Irm) ...................... Very Cheap LIVESTOCK-GENERAL
Offer retu1ed. Teh. s?1it.-June '2S ....US S FURB SALE. ,= uBusiness Property, FrederIck Otr. ENTIRE LOT OF RABBITS. 'PhoBe
ET 'YOURU 54 McDounald's Farmers- ot t .MiA..DiAT SALE. Beauty gTsra. 76, or callt 2 Marine Square.-June 30
Alman ac at the folluowing places. Price. IA Uce, 5,t.uics at uvio. I ."paey street e Over 1120 Other Preperies 1 "f'or l -
4T cents each. Port-of-Spain. Dehate a ... ru,,,s... et,.al ,e ,als. L .diste .. .istlt Offi e. HOUSES FOR SALE S LE
atit l)tru rtore Ama. Broadway Lted- "t e.utiiUW ol. t, a uul 1i cilo4e4.. 1no N.B..-List Your Property with L.O.T. tor 4ROB oaRTSSTREET, h uotabse. orO S
cal acil. UouvCa, uoUv& Drug Store. iou. Is u* 0 uIlui elte.-4.OtouIc concrete, M. luClk ale. no saile o Comialo. nu s.inS home, ioardla Ibo*. Barin.
ChUanUian. T'he Apothecary lal. Slparla i-steeti wtinuow *an t1w1 uounr tlmport- Part posmseso. Inspection Ivinted.-
WtlUred Kaymond, Point Fortin M. J M J i, tI). a.gt, spacious, level awn. Am -July 4
hUlnphrey'e:Fysabad.Paul Lalbooa. 51. .cceU.5.e pp)aIaapWsey WEST INDIAN AGENCY-REAL ESTATE L. HUSBAND, 5 Henry Street, 'Phone The Freehole Property known at
Upr'le.C..A.iFy EenerlWiillam&. tries--JulyA. i.SRGER-sRNT 2OLN 3L. No.14 Mlnchy Alley, $,200; No.
Valencl. P. Benjamtln; Tobago, A. 0t% O.... eOr8.SION. 1t Corneli a Charlset- 'P br.a:Z is 9e sStreet. $2,300; ,No. 9 e No.t4 .SYdenamnt Aenue. St. Ann's
Auguilest oine on1C rul.sbnasr Wileli gamr:. bivntiee.-Jlicsk luts- S St. alucaO-James. 3.600; No. 1t Warren (about minutes' walk from h
Sounders. ttnbinson Cruact Hatel, Sc~ar-5v. et,cO,, ufOsOJ dot uar OOauO,ioa tlO~uensa' odlo, 0.-Jl t n' tl~mtermne s
Borough, and also from the bole distributor: cuo.,&vaes, loomi, siva. Aos-piy %I'l.4011. Tre1ot1o4anPe1t0,t, Sea.Woodbrook, P.500.-July 4 St. Ann a tam trminus) is b~e
roAdath Jaimana, Colonial Hank Villagetr u o cy I Tree .S treof SLand Petit Boung,. ATFRISCO JUNCTION. Point Portia. divided UU into building lots and
r~matI Jalmalu. Colona Bn Vb ~. uyIrvin *treat, San Juan ....... ........ 64 3,lot S0
CraplcmulBa.-Jull 5 ,,'.LY tVJNSTRUCT&.D DWFLLING Busn esropeirty, Prlnce tre '6 100 Lin Place, smitoabtl for Da g store. is offered for sale A sfollows:-
LavinsaecommOdatIon at hatk. Apply:
O NSC RU TAN RIlU MILL wita Hauler. Huuoa,, ,acano. tal. es lu oomu, "lcaWn 5erSohola t eside n.t 1S N OW A Livim ccoiB@dazi dpply: lI
complete.. goin .t a bargain Con.sult coin, trom mailerer, kilwo. werage. Maraval t poesesloan) ...-. ........ 1000 Puldo (next door.-July 2
Shu)rab Kmha 6 82 South Quay, 'P*hone 7459, a19 ,otse, A1. ,uts oa ro. us,* r i orno Dwelling NoUe., 'mar te Ao LANO FO AL The House and 322
-July a rayol an Su ste. jadelelns attesits. APPly. iPart poem niooi ............. ....... SALT LND, na o v r n
NEW TORR Automitle Oil-ring 8 oller, ,yu,,uy uO1Ant 1 ,ou4% Istrlet, -a" er' 4 Acres of LAnd with Mour, Hor- 2cNB OT LNl n iter ovArmenty f
1% HP.. lke Mnew: One Motor, Apply: ,.auu,-.uy a quoett Vay., "t 1 monthly $ 3. 30 deen dlctbre building te. Apply: sq. ft. of Land.
39 Park street., Port-tof-Sputn.-July 3 usHtN&bm.,I qr UNFURNISHED BUN. F SU B a rnando, 'Phone.-July 4
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. Almot GALu-. Immediate pse alu,. S40 Ca oe MOTOR F (-L A Lot o 32071 ft.
nw Apply 46 Park Street-June liT. a,reet. Apply wltain.--uas s M ANN (U1 fMNT 1OTORS FOR SALC I Lo*
ONE PURE BRED PERSIAN TOM .IAB A.. ROa, .lab.. Ae., "w ,tone, a.. Coupe t, (c) A Lot or 9,430 sq. ft
CAT. 'Phone 770S.-July 4, AMaun oau. han Juan. Un uM, kit- Aw on, sellat dltn troupu () A Lot of ft.
PORTABLE GRAMOPHONE: Crow c.ne attalUcaU. AcLambert om RO 'sg.o- PERSONAL NOTICES Apply: 4 Murray street, betwen13.- Is A I o 7 l
r.Oirking Marhine, Motor-care Pum andI seagma, 411.101. esveita others ore-m 105s TlE PUBLIC te hereby n0.Ist that I .daily.-July Ie
Jic 0 Chch i., (pit irs). o ie tatI (d) A Lot of 9,70 so.- ft.
JaunK. 28 UCco 8treat tuptta rs),-- I *.,OO.--one am no longer respic e for at dub CONVdRTItiL S gso whtewaled -.
June PUMP 8 let o rotary hand. fluons, at vattabeli"al S aesandodebts contracted by y Wmy May dellentcEondition5 white-wEllRd
ONE PUMP. large rotary hand. Apply; IA 141. t 1,du r ac, Saaiernesi.do.- Sousa.she bavin leftma y.tyrRadioSutia hood and aes-
olaMnd Payeons,; He y tro. -.-Ju,. 1, oi l*, -, .... ..Ju nt hel2.n.p ro- y i. di cood a11 III--
RoiN IORIEMENTO R 6-6Oa a ue .. tecndll l..o June I res, excellent Condition. Also new Tar- For particular apply to A. 8.
HollowRClayMT Stocks ROADly: aind te .PAUI..STREET..St. James. newly CARLDo SI.ZA Pauln, 301x20 ift. T0L 80D.-June 0 ryden ons (T'dad.) Ltd,..
Circular Road. Man Fernando. 'Phone Oil. I ee-- od -,era... ss"n. --June 29 I3 Btno80 7tiert. OIaNE AUy I1. PrTicd cheap, tyrel
Ccll on Meuil M1r o i* .6yr TMy PUBLICISfh e retby seM.IS lb 1y d Engring, 5 bl Stret, Phone 4413.
SS UUM O Iw lam no g responl for my It lotteQuenstreet,
JU11 IVMAN11tiOEE$21per too, dettversos o.vsmnteoce ea ta SU &I.no.lower....1141.--C-1

I^.du. I.. .. T.. ..S ....... S.. ? o ^( .........^A RT" ^0 S~ SSg
PErt-of-Spain $4 per 100. Apply;ot .-a ..neS on acuet t Stee. scar- Mason, m i that I d not h0 0' myself MAOAZINES AND WOOKS
Per Tort-o-Span. b parlt r. CAlryAtlma. Apu SS. Y.-&ens war.. responsible ot" any debt or dehtg.'ntract- R DIGEST. Present and u
geev. ho (B y cf r ASrie-uI.ass.-..u1. RtAbyherel' b eTvie.s gentmyeeoune i an
H-Jy1 RIN.'o- O. MA U S ten SIT beauu<,sADesucrb \ dj f)
PhEneCEBO X1togod -or der.-Pbooempty.,ala I otmit of r ifforoecdtio se ME M4P.OBOR ,'OOM 4482orIS
DIAMOND RNG. amily soe, rAgeeliogreedaJMs, o .-mJuly 4
"7708 2-- .teJuly 6.NoaI s4
ONE 1:5BOXis oodorder ti' oncrete noosingnetalniag ave bledr"Aodms. No, Ma ,01os. AMERICAN BOOKS also Knagindes, l
"ONE USED PIANO, good "ondltior t ldu tba M a Mn" t oetle dr ew i wS n -June gailo,
Cecil Jenmott. Henryc$teast, ro ervnH o O veSPUBLICtoethereby tatVI1it, aLe throUgteconeiomlcamll.
.--Jaso so0Pantry.oUtah*e, a.aI plenty of ;as uems Inloger under the so Ar"ft de -Ae si..atel,. 6a IFrederick Strest.- A IO
APPROX. 8.000 fE icT CEDAR BOARDS. 1osk y Bi--- -J . of y "
Apply: Hlndutan lEstate. Princes Tows.-U, Nl W 2T3Ee T tat.th.seI--1 35lf
33-June 10 ena ease..Da 5e mhiendLwne
No. 35 . STINMNT. lie. 14 I" hatoIndeor eNt haw RADIOGRAM Automatic lB-R t
Jun"Hindus No.NNWSTREETune1 9. 14 at ardorbtae1 for l.RADIOS A RERIEGRRATORS LOX GLASSES
ELECTRIC hSOVE One "Rotpo4nt," ol noeviad. I Dto 43iS_ R.DIOGRAM
June30 hOWUJuneDS11 Inlogleft hshmesbeb 8 ick-up" Aubes,, ia ole tgondlte.Tel.
dils and oen. ApPLy Widdurr. r6olie,, --w MPckA- ,A oe ,ot506. ,excun 30 ent comoe. 4
San Fenia.do- wse 36 IMWUS27N UM14ROAD. onn weed asca*am.Jun 3
San Fernando,-June 1 e uldin, aisOM a B118 osedW" T111 PUBLICIshereby B that I
PORTABLE TYPMWRtRS Crlbbe 8gaihasel" Pehesa mtb e@ o S my if
t4 Henry street,-July 1move se s rmse wital l is vel*agers 1adtatIdle earoldy-
BABY'S PRAI, practically new. 'hrtle App y' en eseso. asaMe-60 UW-14- D oeslb0" hatSIld ft Wdebta (SANGREt GRAND E)
846. -June 0g
SH. P. VERTICALasogoale"Egn260.0628MAI UA Mereasnablent y hra my
32 Volt P lant, 150 .00 ; P lou gh 50.50. is D euse d. n ito ?e lk01 ". &AwaA ered= care A nd rot et 0s6n e 10 k r% m
Broadway. 'Pho ne 80 .--une 5156 0y stm ut-Jiw 18 1.I P. RRILO C _HINE DE HIssa t
5 CUBIC FT= GENERAL ELEITRC NEw %.IaaSWgeOFidyJ.ia FA. ,- -lo-e',1
REVPRIGRATOR to psitn A cdMltno; I amoootaI iletll abS go I age. R Ti4y, Jts 3 t ,
pair l -Aes Bl...S" elseM6; 1 P.odern"a: ,e"..s.,IIImte Wifee any ,,iIndian Stagge. Show --A I~g
num Diaomod 1 Rise. ;I Solitai.re M 61,.. .esepLbymCKiY
Pearl Ring. IS lk hy2reet41" o sessao8 ,4.- -~7*...FO., 30
(weekdays). All day L 4iesm.-.JI" 100 511TH STRET.IMi"ORT19 S RMfn4O. LET Us DOo r" =4rnimuse.
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C|trrotte.oet So. -UqIs be= SWlwife o
INVSIN EW. Rad~Tme (i- NTERPTAINMENT m toef r~lble for dw -at deats onmm
mtall) Ifewiungsolume. Glib elpilom akd oose "lw mfo A
&ft different mssfee eoe. Cheapest ANNUAL PAJ BE Salb4ideer insips, a~ ybt m s ~ as -,. 7Pz te~
t" Arcade Bookstall. 16 fredefrik Sif ltday.July 2L 194C 5J ofntIetlen It4atAD 00 ft-I -
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Aml psn keg l ame T.nI, Jle.y at I a.. for se

er who matheidebt eed* the et riAu hf oa sm the late Mr. cara
a 2 hove neeaeed arf uire to d iAel o S. Ane Vtlae. can.
da4 of June Rai fates this Ned day _____

*1gtg. of hl tmite !
to ea t. ,m, m nr li| H f a M IdtoW aeept to 62itiad.
d^5. r~i5*-irM .M is'.- ,tmM
t*of ryutac Ooampta'I 1410or.1 ud i-5te *t Ht4f ..bu, c...r
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a" aa M M~d1 the asU otfm of goam ~ or U the ft 3Mr Clara
the-oe dowaso a*-n w" particultars at muh tale or Idttd- taasv *Bd (rsnd o( the doesait af
toU the nicmd go or -efore n oi kbut dlygekd to acee~t thislattmatiou.
J~ o( Juns 1944.0td USr -___

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tam.se o. 1f a be -I

deee -te 36th June, 1344I--
afUltr NOich date hftr the m

sai debenturu "l cease:-- ~
that the ootcpo^atH A

Debomentures:-- Z NmMO. m *

Town Hall, Port-of-Spaitn IW f
ni24th June. 1944.m t) or .
dtMUM No. Iof 1m IN 1 be re-
deft4aem the fth Jiuw, ISK
after whikh date Inter. 1 01 UnH--
sai debenture P onn cue- j^
Debentures:- Nft 43k m3m It||.
447, 50, 448. US.$6, w.49. Your
304. 98. P5, n. 79. 4410.40%H
356, 357, 193, 130. )
Town Clerk. Kar d
Town Hall, Port-of-Sptsw Ahtt'
34t~h June. 1944. pofa




PARK WUT, large two storey
residence containing f & bed-
rooms. three bathroom, din-
Ifg room, Arawing room, study
and pantry with outbulldtn
consiiting of kitchen, state-
room. servant's quarters, gpr-
age for two cars and chauf-
feur's quarters. Land extends
to Woodford Street and com-
prises 40,000 superficial feet
more or less.
Offers in writing to be made
on or before JULY 6th and
addressed to the Mauik g,
Barclays Bank (D.C.&O)
who does not undertake to ac-
cept the highest or any offer.






At 25 Chacon Street

Thursday 29th
June '44
AT 1 AM.
Instructed by the Unde. i-ters
and Messrs. Lee Lum & Co., Ltd,
we will sell such Items as:-
11 Dozen Lale' I
Straw Hats,

'Eausages, Pork Fillet, Brisket of
Beef, Liver Past, etc., Pper Bas.'
Starch, Soap Flakes, etc.
items o view day prior a and
morning of Sale and Terms-u-OCash.
Boyd & Hutchinson
LMr O.

Special offer In "m&s 6 I
Garments Includg tih eI
Fawn Sh de Self
Dye Tumwore Jacket
$12.75 (this I an
bargain ; hite Dri f3
Pants, $12.75: Whits. i
Pants, only 1o6 oi
Perfect Fit. Bgh
H. P
Tdad'rnimh ,
$I Qu a.,mtrea t 7

A LD-mir i
Ae~thogn tlH* gt^
Minasty etIta nu t
Ge~ral C- --M~

Ior fourth ,ar ot o'
o tact "'
Tlim'Jio HM-j

Large Shlpin





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You will have....


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Special Dinner arrangements
for Patrons of Thora Thomas'
Show at the EMPIRE Tonight

DANCING to Castle Royal Orchestfr(|

Champs Elysees Members Only I,
AlUHnhiuHmH*IInnHuuII ,

60 St. Vincent Street Pt
S'Phone 4207 .



21 b Tin___ 56c.

21b Tin -- 56c.

21b Tin __ 56c.

lib Jar __.._ 3c


1Ib Jar ) .-r

15b Jar -.-"

l1b J)t

196 3W


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