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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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NO. C116 i17M YEAK

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dminsk, Last Vital Gateway To

Before Mounting Assault Of Two

merican Troops Nazi Lines

pen New Drive Attacked

)n 40-Mile Front Support
Given Soldiers
By -U-LONG By Aircraft
troops exploded an offensive yesterday along a 40-mile front SUPRx&M ALAUD HEADQP ARo -
TkRS, July 3 tAP) -- Rocke..-
h lower Cherbourg Peninsula and in rain and mud drove as far ngs Typho dcribed by a
hree miles into the German defenses which Field Marshal Erwin German prisoner As the 1MOt
terrifying I have ever known
Inel inspected himself two months ago and considered adequate. battle," carried the NOrmandY air
_______lou hedpsu pport cam paign to the heart of
Gema linest Oand then^ ^ '-, the, the~ica Peninsula, today with a
a ys tente theta wtl tnTlashing afternoon aack on an
hboys went ov the top In iv W ar electric trans-rmer station at Mur-
en ofh the arst World de-Bretagne communications lines
usd p wtn through mire than U r ., J T across the base of Brest peninsula,
ed down their tanks to within in the first notable attack on the
miles of La Haye 1i Pults, Re t interior for some time.
way hub six miles Inland from A 3 A Oerman road convoy of am-
Atlantic eoat. w Sadth fl4 munition trucks and other vehi-
lev pressed ahead two and a cles moving up toward the new
mSe at one point Aied east ofAmerican advance south of Oler-
dt. J a. fve miles east o;
Hay, poising a outflanking LONDON, July 3 (AP).-German bourg was snou uP oy N.Lth All
t to t cat coimlnlOtl on- troops were today reported to be Force Thunderbolts on armed re-
pressing a large-scale drive in connalsance near Vire, 40 miles
whol American flank f southwestern France In an effort south of the battle line.
to the head exploded n to smash underground resistance, Regular beachpled stroll _were
as Lieut.-General On4ma described by one French collabora aOther principal operations of the
Y hurled his First Arm" initotionist source as a "real civil war day. Weather WAS bad for the
ey hatt0d k. directed from abroad." 1lth day since the invasion.
the British flank. troops At the same time, advices from (Some of the heavy bombers Of
into the villages of Brette- Stockholm indicate that the Ger- the United States Eighth Air
and Fontaine. widenine t mans were making desperate ef- Force now based in Italy after
miles the base of their w forts to placate striking Danish shuttling from Russa, Joined
of len the withstoo patriot who barricaded themselves with those of the 15th Air Force
an wounter-attacks in four inthe streets of Copenhagen and in today's blOWS at Baltic oil
I threatened to fight to the death centres, states Reuter. Altogether,
efternooa there was an in protest against repressive more than 500 Italy-baed bomb-
t In the weather which measures. era attacked targets in Huary
so e itd virtu New' disturbances meanwhile, Rumania and Yugoslavia. Their
c allied off Allie td iairs rt were rising to plague the Germans targets included ol plants at
a reewd of armed reo a t s-atames where, according to des- B apest, oil tanks at Beigrad3
Srenewal of armed N l Patche from Madrid, some 50,000 and railways carrying oil for the
Sflghte beyond the tNorma sforign prisoners have. escaped German srmnny.)
line with the prospect tha sine the Allied invasion of France The German prisoner who sized
Whole itoed-.p bomb PO "and were causing deep concern by up the rocket Typhoons was a
4 be loosed at the firt r heir activities, veteran uf the Russian front. He
rade's Reports from the Spanish-French recounted that he was monot 25
ji. line nf General Bradleys frontier relayed here via Madrid, tanks which sheltered in an or"
drive which caught the GCer- said the Germans have thrown chard on the Caen front when Alr
still trying to align their tanks and bomber, as well as In- lied artillery lobbed over' indicator
I alone the west coast Was fatry into the drive against the shells and the Typhoonr swoOpd
t.bv R.H.AX.F. *e be south rench patriots nla the Dordogne in at the end of the attack. He
St Lo-Dourville to at. VIi region of southwestern France. said 17 tanks were daI aged beyond
-to In the Caretan sector. After two day of ghting, the reair a mank we m rat out.
s be f N is were aid to have recaptured suter stt that on the
as St.,IA. centre of the Bergrac and advanced to at. tericta font. b wesdher sI
bridg SwherS theygreed 150 col. Amato" tt aJWephaa
Olt rm anommlahOratiOnIsts who'had been bold
I ON nB OUOI01D prioners. -
advance across the mile- The retreating Maquis were re- ih
bt of the Douvet River ported to have transferred their n wweye if r th lis
activities 50 miles south of Baof wo.ning, better weatherthise
n r p lot on attack e taking over the rail junc- more _tertt nave been
n eye pfomthe north. Thet lion a Armande and cutting the overhead, Includint Typhoons and
ltns f are still separa- important Cahor-Bordeaue railway Thunderbolts f rom bases in Bri-
t x1 iti o ar te st il lh e s e p r a --l '1 . .
mim the town three miles away in1.
,h ground which gives the An article in the Bordeaux news. Ve m FLIE RS USED
good d f nsive Positions.- Paper, "Petite Gironde," said the 28 0 .. .. ....
Is threatened fi mth authorities in southwestern France American heavy bombers 6rapped
however, by the parallel were faced with a real civil war. an average of more than & ton a
o rat' sFreeDanihPress minute on the enemy d tduring0e
the Gem s hv a einvaion month of June in at s
r/eaown wemt darik. tnth Fr D^ Prf
Iositio-in the deo laim Strikes preaind whose combined manpower totalled
0a.tr between La ay 2 .. .,000 men the i Wvslent of a
M A l LONDON, July 3 (Reuter) some 20 diviasions. The figure in-
eta~ls ,of the attack reach- Althougsi the Germans say t cludes both bomber crewA who flew
LO. IRy A h ighlt. it was the situation In the Danish caitl15,600 MorIA", and ghrpits
wt surprisespeed only two has returned to normal, latest re- who flw 24,000. The bombers
with^ murpri speed ont^ y tw
After the MoP up at Cap de portsfrom Sweden said the ge.- dropped 57,000 tons and the fighter-
ao I eral rtike is still going on. bombers 1,780.. T e gurs cover
despatehes said the troops The Free Danish Press Servicthe Eighth Air _oee.I
d forward at daybreak after said in fact the strike is spread- ..The total Allied Air Forces' rw-
-night battterin of the G er- ig to more and more provincial ties in June were more than 150,000.
lines by iery. Including towns. In the streets of Copen.- The Eighth's losses were 225 heavy
of the biggest un yet hagen there are said to be posters bombers and 211 fighters less
orandv. .calling on the people to continue than one per cent of the 'planes
was ArtillMeryv too* w'ich had the strike until the Germans ac- sent.A
ajor art In shredd-in Field cePt the demands of the Danish Three hundred and forty.eight
&a Tmel's counterattack Freedom Council. German 'planes were shot down,
t e t hirsh, salie t on the The D"anes seem to have won at 293 of them by fighters. FignilersM
hne r iTshere S a isho. e least one of their points, their destroyed or damaged 3.521 railwayI,
with no furh uher. Qernan ?'-'demand that communications be- cars and 510 locomotives among
the Britiushpushed outwith tween Copena n and the rest of hundreds of other targets.
patrols to hold the initiative st so eo reories ta"'-
keep wtrol w3l t he main r aio.controlewDhanish e nh
rgo p for tthsine Mi- --d this afternoon that.54
reg upd o t net trains have Already resumed run Finnish Premier t
tefury of ield Marshal Rom n ingot.nou annd from Copenhagen.

sn costly Armys talent e-iew OAsrder amig a the execution on the Germany"
saly nd a rts h al n claim thatoy ofe h est o m Rut-rike The Prime Minister ertedak

barely StOppedt obed 48 hioudin land. l" qino m bny ot hiO t .... n1
Also Communists and say STOCKHOLM, July a (AP).- d

a report des it es d he sot as The curfew wthe apparently or- lwin Li o ron oies?. we mFi'nisgh
ut wet, stk, squelchy of at were y closed down did so on thatve Primn Minister, in his fht irst spe nech I

ley. At dawn ve+ffday about /.o na V1w "1utan Coa.....ul to obtain hel.The onlyeo'untryl
40-nks In a single d failed orders of the German Minister and in the Finnish Parijamentac

A a ar O no r an tar ao le and wl military collaboration Wio give u ths
ws ida TO lA" p ron- w orkelp is Germany, declare. I know that as a rec
toalIsno oer5500.The The chief cause of the general suit Of Nazi military Assistance, C(
ther still favoured the Geceuans. strike In Copenhagen was reported "it was Finland's4utynot to a r
Retis eron saetatA loIs h n Stockholm to be a German cur- down arms without the Gonsent of

Ti rmy's sAlient be few order an the execution Sovlet demands were capitu on
baen TlY and Caen the rain Thursday of eight Danes from jut.- h rie Mnitr asetd

Y Sees1 .ul, Tt o Prof Finland and after capitulation
A bar no r t S"4 Tcr' ecahann "Since we are not able to go o e
S The curfew was apparently- or- living our m own l ife, we must fight. eSome
jut wet, stMcky, squelch' dered by the Nazi representative in And for this fight it Is necessary &I
Y. At dawn ve rda out Copenhagen without anyl a the on nt

'AS TRN "o"ionwih te ermn oasi. to ob~gtainhaelp. Teon aly ouontarn
ton5COwithes e M military able and willing to give us this cr
help was Germany. I know the
Soviet demands were capitulation
Of Finland and after aiulto H
uIdinsistpl i a pon p iteah tho3
r1res yl Recappin 8would nbot respect even .
S.Our Most elementary rights. some CA
A.o1a y norY anothersGovernment
Ftmorthbye been Able to obtain t
tru.' Plie ersbut that is ot2
Hiesaid1 he regretted the break a
-V ~In diplomatic relations with the f
3. ~ United States, "but neither Fin.n
ladnr its Government can be]
am blamed."
Sir R. Brierdife
$* On 3-Day Vist

1 /r 'I Adviser to the Comptroller for i
m~ m m Development and Welfare in the
me m West (Indies, arrived here on Sun-
m day las for a three-day visit to
a. Im [ .discuss .matters of general medical
..... im nteres to the Colony.
) [] I t is undersoo that among mat-
l+ It ,=- terse to which his attention will l
rEt~l~llll~lm-- drawn here Will be a report by Dr
."- Sal.hnto limour on tuberculosis
I .,*"" ~. +'; T'riniad."

ng Mlgue at hi ,om. tr J"tso of the ou i n (1. ,AleuTo..II Mno from
of the &we recipping plt s wit.-hchSa-Fara,_ ht_- ha iuarters t theilate Geeral
do s t. e that h ea-s. thu .++ C ny, i_ His wree- Wingute .uWml admllpat t ,
the.-, .-.emb A. s_wrm.W_. Geesras. Tb. to fleer, Brade Egh, I,,- .,..h...ng
is Gd ea[ctaswash M a eiea, inan ai mah eerie
d him hew. thesjob was a Ian colie the nitory. [mw4a dL
,SaderA xn"ktar aI@ easispOWtr.ad o aeIs oat adtAs xweeko age from
"ath mn Ofea asthebs er- 9aChinsle O artise samewherein
as% k paft n,,the MuANNOYaml~

Italian Battlefront

Foiled In their attempt to establth some sort of defence line, the
Nalis are probably looking to their Plsa-Florenoe-BRlmlnl chain
to hold the ensweeping Fifth and Eighth Armies. The fall of
Siena came suddenly today as Frtchk troop attached 'o
General Mark lark's forces storw the town. Amerienn troops
meanwhile are moving on Livorno (Leghorn), most im.-'-',nt
point on the esoial road to Pin.

Allied Troops Take Siena

And Straighten Italian Line

ROME, July 3 (AP) Allied troops in a general advance today
straightened their front across the Italian peninsula with the capture
oW Siena as the day's main prize and with the Nazis' formidable Pian-
Rimini defence line directly ahead and only 20 miles away at one
A I1fk v t p- ,I .- iiii i

America' units star"*a pw
despite the most viclous reistahci
encountered north of Rome and as
now moving along the last 15 mllei
to Livarno
British forces meanwhile chase
the Germans acroas the Musoni
River on the eastern wing and were
closing in fast on the Adriatic paor
city ot Ancona.
Fall of Slena to the Fightini
FPrench climaxed the steady drive o01
more than a week against h-Wav
artillery doefees, while British and
South African troops all but com-
pleted the encirelment of Lake
Trfnslmeno In the Centre of the
IA OGqeman document captur-d
on the Fifth Army front is signed
by General Lemiensen as com-
mander of the German 14th
Army, R:uter reports. This sug-
rests that the go.-mer commander,.
Von Mackensen, has lost his job.
As the Allied forces have prac-
tically destroyed the German 14th
Army, this is not altogether sur-
Allied Headquarters reported
marked increase in Gzrman resis-
tance along the western end of the
line. Counter-attacks were met
Long the entire Fifth Army front
with the exception of one small
sector, and th-re were indications
that the enemy had poured rein-
'orcements into this area.
It was announced: "It is estl-
nated that thii Fifth Army alone
s facing the elements of some ten
divisions across its front, many
however having suffered devastat-
Ins loss-s in manpower and m.a-
Most violent resistance was en-
ountered In Cecina which had been
converted into a mined anc booby-
rapped garrison and which prison.
Ors reported they were ordered to
sold at all costs.
Reports s2-nt back to Rome indl-
ated that the Nazis Intended to
establish some sort of defence line
long the 03cinas, River, but this
was foiled when the Ame-leans
roesed the stream to the northeast.
Fall of Siena came sudd.nly.
Headquarters had reported the
French still two miles away from
he city shortly before issuing a
p3clal communique announcing the
capture of thib key point.
(Reuter reports that the Medi-
terranean ask forces flew about
2.500 sortiles yesterday. Tactical
aircraft attacked German supply
lines including roads, bridges,
transport and other targets In
northern Italy and north of the
battle area. PFighter-bombars also
attacked enemy communications
In Yugoslavia and shipping I
the Adriatic. Fity-wsevenn-ran
aircraft were destroyed during
yesterday's operations which In-
cluded an RAY. bomber attack
on oil Installations in the Buda-
pest area and on other targets in
Hungary and Yugoslavia. Alfid
oses were 15 heavy bombers and
eiglt other craft. R.APF. heavy
bombers returned to the attack
on the Budapest area last night
when oil installations were
bombed again with good results.JI
Sth Army rrwps
Dreeted Sinenma
SIWNA, Italy, July a (AP).-Vw--
aaly eey man, woman and child


_Vf.t Pius 's ^_ j1 y

JxnuMed1 ror Rnies
-First phase of ceremonies
leading to beatification of Pope
Pius X have been completed
t with the sealing of his coffin and
S replacing his body in its rest,.
ing place in the crypt of St.
Peter's. The body was placed
in a wooden coffin with silken
purses containing medals struck
during his reign from 1903 to
1814 along with a parchment
describing the recognition cere-
monies during the past 4 days
lin which the comn was opened
and the body examined. The
coffin in turn was placed in a
leaden casket by the judges.

U.S. Celebrate

3rd War-Time

Fourth Of July
In the third war-time observance
of America's principal national
holiday, UJS. servicemen and civi-
lians here will celebrate Indepen-
dence Day In customary manner
For the servicemen, a special
programme of entertainment has
been arranged.
4t Port nead, according to "Tri-
nidad News Tips," organ of the
US. Armed Forces stationed here,
the fun will get under way at 1.30
Mn. with a softball game between
two teams, following which will be
a series of track events a" other
sports, including three-legged races
and boxing.
iighllht Of the day', programme,
It Is stated, will be the Chinese
Chorus, made up Of 12 of the most
beautiful Chinese girls in Trinidad.
With a spectacular water pageant
in the evening in which Sgt. Otto
Jarets, world swimming ace, will
take put, the new musical soldiers
show, "Strike Up the Band," direct-
ed by Ft. Pete Blecls a nd fea-
turing thra Thomas and other
popular artists. wll be staged at
the II Memo Theatre, bringing the I
celebrations to a close.

Eisenhower Visits
Normandy Troops
QUARTERs, July 3 (Reuter).-It i
dwas dielod tonight that General
Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Co- 1
meander, has been In Normandy-
again. He decorated 24 officers and
congratulated the troops on their
an* performance.B
LONDON, Jul, (AP)-
yVicl) r at tio ay that aOWrI- 2




Russian Armi"s

Yanks Land

On Noemfoor

Japs Jose Kamiril
Airdrome In Surprisel
4 tAP).-American troops under
lGeneral MacArthur have landed
at Nopinfoor Island off Dutch New
Guin ea urpi.. attack on Sunday
the Americans captured Kamlri
aidrome against slight opposition.
Landing craft threaded their way
through dangerous reefs and caught
the japanese by surprise on the
island's west coast.
Kamiri In one of three airdromes
on Noemfoor Island Which In 0OW
miles from the Philippines and Is
the closest approach to that sec-
tor yet made by the Allies.
Heavy naval and air bombard-:
ments preceded the Noemfoor land-
ing. Thirty partially-damaged
Japanese airplanes were captured
an the Kamiri strip without a&
The communique also disclosed
the capture of Mafrln airdrome on
the Dutch New Guinea mainland
least Friday, thus expanding the
Allied perimeter which has been
established in the Sarmi-Mlaffin Bay
area for several weeks.
Noemnfoor Iland. 15 miles long
and 12 across, haa been bombed
regularly during recent weeks.
One hundred and fifty airplanes
dro ped 230 tons of bombs there
on saturday.
General MacArthur declared that
the new landing "Will further dis-
locate the enemy South Sea de-
fence already seriously shaken."
Southwest Pacific bombers mean-
while, attacked Manokwarl on the
Dutch New Guinea mainland 50
miles west of Noemtfoor and other
Japanese installations on Timor
In the southwest Pacific Ameri-
can troops are steadily mopping
up the remaining Japanese on Biak
Island off the coast of New Guinea.


Nazi M re

Of Jews TIld
NEW YORK, July 3 (AP)-A
Geneva aespatch to the "New York
Times" said tbMt 1,715,000 Jews
were put to death by the Germans
in the upper Silesian 'extermna-
tion camps" in the two years ended
April 15, 1944.
The victims were said to have
come from these countries: Poland
900,000; the Neth-rlands, 100,000;
Orece 45,000; Germany 0,000;
yug-iavia, Italy and Norway 0,-.
000; IBohtma, MoravIa and Austria
10,000; Slovak',x 80. 00. an~d foreigni
es from Polh cowsttrtion
camps. 800,00.
U.S. War Secretary
Arrives In Italy
ROME, July 3 (AP)-, r. Henry
Stimson, Unite. States Secret ry
tor War, arrived in It 1- today.
The War Secretary Came by
'plane from the United States via
An official announcement of his
arrival said he "will inspect troops,
hospitals, front-line installations,
and hold conferences with import-
ant persons." Mr. Stimson aas
,iccompanled by Major-General
Alexander Surles, Di'.wctor of Pub-
lic Relations, Major-Jeneral Nor-
man Kirk, %'irgeon-General, and
M". Harvey Bundy, special assitint
to Mr. Stimson.
The W;ir Secretary was met by
Lleut.-Oeneral Jacob Devers. It
has been an open secret in Rome
for several davs that an "I1r .ort-
ant personage" would arrive in
It.ly shortly.

Allies Near Jap Base'
In Manipur
I (Reuter) Fourteenth Army
troops aire steadily closing n on
the Japanese supply base of Ukhrul
in the Manipur hills, and today'
Southeast W'3 Command cornm-
muniqu says a building party has
penetrated as far as Ukhrui Itself
Japanesem reisisinee is stPl Ibengl
met on the road from Imphal and
at a point east of the road about
fAve miles from Vkhrul.
In northern Burma, Of o Sfll-
well's forces have deedvely smash-
ed a silts of Japame 6ttla0k In
the Mytkyilna aea. LOe Japan-
Wyttyta", Maoa a =d-pt a4
te1m to to t tb air-
port but Atgo ngund-
ed and wioe a1 lSattakrs. .
Nazis Spread Rmours i
About Patton's Amy
M .' O3,. July X (AV) -7%0,
Berlin rado, possibly fishN 11 for

Soviets Break Into
G~etF ld*!

German Fortified

City Of Polotsk

LONDON. July 3 (AP) The westward sui',ng Red Army ac.
cupied the White Russian capital of Minsk today and captured morn
than 1,150 other populated places. At the same time Soviet forus
broke into the Grmnan fortified city of Polotsk, 120 miles north@a"
of Minak and began fighting in the streets, while 40 miles northwua
of Minsk, other Russian troops reached the outskirts of the ijnportat
railway junction of Molodeczno. .

._.. --.-- ......... -. ... | ITonight the guns of Moscow,
Austrian I Ger man thundered out one of the biggea-
Austrians In German victory salutes 24 aalvoes
Army Revolt 324 guns-to celebrate the lberso
Army Revolt tion of Minsk, exactly thrne yoga
ONDnn July 3 ( Un, and six days after the G aI
LONDON, July 3 (AP).--^n- entered the city. Minsk, the W p
confirmed reports from Zurich tal of White Russia, and vital
today said that strikes and gateway ,o the wsz. fall berft',
the mounting assault of two gratk
riots were occurring In Munich Soviet armies, those of Marshale
and a "state of siege" has been Roko.ssovsky and General Oher-
proclaimed. Unrest has also niakovsky.
broken out among the Aus- As lite as this afternoma
trians in the German army in reports from Moscow said that
Finland, and death and acci- strong German units were being
dents have 'eulted from flung into the battle for the city
sabotage. and only yastorday the Oermat a
were saying that Minsk must at
V .D rv S a.all costs be denied to thle
TV.D.D ve een he communique, recorded Iy
othe irat and thrd WlU Im"
To Ifronts which combined to conqq9
As Move To Soit otoresi te ros
Minak captured 23,658 soners 1N
r^ 1e s *two days' fighting. Fnal cost
Ollldarlty the OGrnmarn for the dtfenc ,a
Solidarity Minsk remained to be announCed
No mprntlon was made of
The vener.l disease campaign fate of the r-n1ants of the 1Get-
soon to be started here ano which man ,divisions- possmlallStyUas r
wlU in due course, reach other as 200,000 meunincludtingwlans
adsrice units-Who were report-
West Indian Colonies, is hailed by ed to be defending Minwk but th
Sir Rupert Briercliffe Medical Ad- Russian communique said theVIVt
viser to the Comptroller for Devel- and Third White R1ssiaS*1 ai
opment and Welfare in the Wt captured 23,668 PrIsoe In t
Indies, as one of the moat Import- fighting on Saturday and n*
ant steps in Anglo-American solid- alone. This brought approxzlnma
irity. to 225,00 the Sumbe! of Q; m
SI. Rupert, who is here in con- troops ofictally anOunMat
nect oa n wth the campaign, told Ruooana ao kll er UouWd -
o Guardian" that cot the assise e te
Iaboeition TiVU v the Urited R oar p l.
States and British Governments in t s da R21*
this cam;,tign was certainly evi. states, since the Uh=la.
dence of complete unity, because launched ther offensii east U
Inauguration of the campaign was Mogil0v, captured by the A sl
Something concrete. armies aft r sweepingforws
He also paid tribute to Colonel nearly 140 miles. North7tMw..
Wenger whoIs directing the cam- Milalk Soviet troopsar. i .
palgn.To Colonel Wenger, he dld g ln. te mitakr.ts %nO
es the credit for institution of I0two .e.k,, .thNe b rail junc
(h = irmlgn. Not onlh sa he giv- aboutm65 milesfvroth Vr
lol ad. but what's more. i he the north of Minak theR
i UaWy putting this a advice into binfW & M ino4 f:
operation, most hlfway betwins Po1ft
Yesterday afternoon, Sir Rupert and Nowo dk the rall w
as Colonel Wenger's guest at tea. of Orodno-ka sh, g b -Elfi
Among Others present were Dr. Shortly after tea ann6Inoll
Norman Maelenn., Director of of the fall of Minsk. M, u
Medical Services. Dr. X. J. Sanker.- broadcast to the German eiS
1, acting puty Dlrector of "GerOman soldlerg on the ea6t" i
Medical Services, and Dom Ba.l front are being hurled Into a mm.
Matthews, OE. ster death machine."
After troi a film depicting work Moscow warned the GorsaUs
done In conn-ctlon with yen real "A frightful debacle will overooM
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s Outrage In Gity Cinema BackFrom U.S.j South Borough Staff Board

ts Ex-Policeman In Jail "." Submit Plans For Improvement

OW DM 0, an"& ex-poUliceman who, according to the Crown, " TrMad Guardla Cskermespes t.
h1IMt with a loaded revolver one Sunday night last March 8AN FERNANDO, JUYI 1 8taff tranfers were ordered, wage
the Royal Theatre for the purpose a effecting a robbery and nreases refused, irregularities and unsatisfactory service noted, in
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> 0MM m ocAP by sooting B i way out, wa jalea tar vl years
Fr. Justle mI Vincent Brown in the Hall of Justice yesterday.

it victims were Mr. 'erclval
i, manager; and Miss Vera
the cashier.
ading guiltD to wounding both
ie with Intent to murder.
mee expressed coni tion.
a for leniency was made on
half by Mr. Malcolm Butt
told the court that tshe ex-
ed instructions given him by
isle were to tender sincere
gies through the eou t to the
-. and to the wounded per-
and also to beseech the wourt
ept his word when he said
he never premeditated tU.e
Supon -ither of the victims.
Butt sated that Darbassle
the time and still was as-
ed at the fact that 'ie al-
his self-control to depart
him. Darbassle, he said, was
nroman of the age of 26 and
rom the bcalnr of his
had shown himself a man of
lay character. He Joined
ice Florce in 1936 and served
exemplar good conduct and
ucy un" November last year
, at his own request, he with-
from the Force and rec.:lved
rtllcate of good character
Swas available to those mem-
who gave first-class; sei e.
SButt stressed that right from
beginnlng Darbassle had can-
confessed that he had lost his
He had never tried to be
nourable about the matter.
Is indeed a tragedy to find
mn like the accused In the
ion In which he now is." coun-
. 0. T. W. E. Worrell, acting
tor General, appearing on be-
of the Crown, indicated that
was little he could add to
Mr. Butt had stated esopt
luire whether in tendering
gy the accused had also in-
d the withdrawal of the sug-
n against Miss Hart when be
bis reason for going there was
she having slept with him,
his money.
we were two ways of loo'- nz
ie incident. Mr. Worrell went
In the first place the court
I observe that it was stated
icraed had some form of a
over his face. If he had gone
t theatre to recover his money
was no reason for his as-
ng a disguised position. See-
, on Sunday evenings at Ut,
I Theatre their were the tak-
not only of that theatre but
of two other theatres, so th-.t
tlt of the aeeused was well-
I having regard te the clrcu--
sid sentence, the judge told
ule that he had listened
erefully to what his counsel
said oa his behalf. He had
sed his sorrow at the act and
Puld have been very extraor-
y If at that stage he did not
On the other hand he had
absolutely no reason w-, he
4 have acted In the way he
a. ie Usa..!, way

and not for your conduct the
Judge further commentcl.
Describing the offence as one of
the most serious as could be per-
petrated in any civilized commu-
nity, the Judge declared: "It is
quite true that in the past your
record has been, very ood but you
have embarked on a type of life
which cannot be tolerated in any
community at all. Unless I treat
you with a certain amount of se-
verity it would certainly be en-
couraging the public to indulge In
this type of crime which Is fortu-
rstelv not practised in this place.
You will serve a sentence jf five
years on each count to run con-

Barbados Makes
Wage Boost Plans
Trinidad Guardian u srrepondent.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados., July 1.
-Proposals for Increasing the
wages of Oovernment employees in
certain departments whose posts
tall within the lowest brackets have
now been completed and on Tues-
day the House of Assembly began
consideration of a resolution for the
sum of $57,17.20 to give effect to
these proposals.
Persons affected are the unestab-
lished staff, skilled and semi-skilled
labour and casual labour employed
by the Public Works Department,
the Waterworks Department the
Central Road Board and the Har-
boar and shipping Masters' Depart-
Proposals for increasing the sal-
aries of officers of the clerical ser-
vice by a committee headed by the
Hon'ble -. A. Cuke, M.L.C., are still
under consideration but His Excel-
lecy the Governor, in his proroga-
tion speech, announced that all in-
creases will be retrospective from
April, 1944.

Barbados Expects
$307,200 From U.S.
Trinidad Guardian Ce pondent.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, July 1.
-The House of Assembly on Tues-
day approved of a scheme for set-
ting up an organisation to deal with
remittances to allottees of Barba-
dos workers in the U.S.A. The or-
ganisatlon will function in Queen's
Park under the management of Mr.
D.A. M. Haynes, manager, peasants
Loan Bank
It is anticipated that for the
1.800 workers now In U.S.A. the
amount payable to allotters will be
approximately $307,200.
The sum of $1,800 voted will cover
the cost of the organisation for six
months but the Legislature will be
asked to provide additional funds
in due course If necessary.
A special general meeting of the
Indian Recreation Club will be held
at the clubrooms tomorrow starting
at 7 pjn. sharp.
Matters of Importance affecting
the future of the club will be dis-

Happy to be back In Trinidad
snd tng very much better,
he says, Is the Very Rev. Dr.
J. J. Meenan, principal of St.
Mary's College, who returned
lat Saturday from the U.S.A.
where he went for medical
treatment. Dr. Meenan, follow-
Ing a successful operation at
St. Vincent Hospital, New York
visited some past ntuden% of
Sk Mary's who are studying ln


Health Move

Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
ARIMA, July 3.-Motion by
Councillor Victor Bryan asking for
the appointment of a committee to
meet the Director of Medical Ser-
vices with a view to establishing a
Public Health Department in Anema
was given unanimous support here
on June 30 when the Council met
at its regular session.
Alderman C. H. J. de Gannes,
Mayor, Councillor W. St. Clair
Ashby, deputyy Mayor; Councillor
Victor Bryan and Councillor Charles
Netto were appointed to this com-
mittee with Dr. Martin Boucaud,
D.M.O. of Arima and Mr. Salamat
All, the Town Clerk as advisers.

Stenotypist Resigns
To Study In Canada
Trinidad Guardian Correspondeit
ARIMA, July 3-Miss B. Earnes,
stenotypist of the Arima Borough
Council, has resigned, and vill be
leaving shortly for Canada to read
for her B.A. degree in Social
Graduated in 1939 f n the
Arlia High School, with exemp-
tion from matriculat' she en-
tered the services of the Arimna
Corporation in Jaunary, 1943, as
Beef Consumption
Drops In Arima
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
, ARIMA. J ply 3.-Consumption of
bee in Ana following release of
U. Base workers has dropped
from ,00Olbs daily to 4.0001lbs.
This Was disclosed at the last
regular session of the Arimas Bor-
ough Council here on June 30, when
the market clerk's report was read.

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After Spending 30 Years in the East

TEW GUINEA was never a
S health resort, even in the
piping days of peace. Mr. Dexter
spent the greater pertan of 30 yearn
there, and cme home ridden with
malaria. Not a good foundation for
a ripe old age. Yet at 75 he is still
quite fit-thanks to a 'little cere-
mony' every morning. Read his
letter -
~ioe writer wPent over 30 years
a the Bast The gre7sr pnt of
this time was pent In the east-
known country in the world-
New Guinea. The raainder in
Malaya Persistent malaria, snd
finally blackwst fever, caused me
to be set bhomne, more or less a
wreck, ad hr fnm a desabe
emma -. To4i,. a y

seventy-fifth year, I am quite fit,
and able to do my share in 'Dig-
i for Victory,' thanks to the
tze daily dose of Kruschen.
taken at wakening, in hot tea.
365 das a year sees this little
ceremony. Without it, 'irrgu-
larity' makes life a misery, but
with it all Is weI."-H. Dexter.
Whether you are still in your
teens or past your prime, it is
neither too early nor too late to
start oa the "little daily dose."
Just a tiny, tasteless pinch of
Kruschen Sas, every mornag, in
tes, coffee or hot water. That's the
Kruschen rule for complete and
constant fitness.
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Day Returns

Raise Record
Cornflower Day collections this
year .cached record total of $3,923.46
of which $3,696.66, reports Ileut.-
Colonel G. R. G. Aiston, vice-presi-
dent of Trinidad St. Dunstan's
Association for the Blind, who made
the arrangements.
Coming In recently as further
aid to St. Dunstan's was $144.20
which brings returns of their spe-
cial appril up to $1,962.19. Latest
contributions are:-
Mrs. Pocock and Mrs. Alston (Jumble
$Sal 2nd Instalment) $19.20; Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Turobull 5O; Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Wilon $ 50; Anonymou4 $25.
PORT-OF-SPAI Sank (MieU Msc-
Fartanes) 41.1.; Belmont tMrs. G. MC-
Cartny) $12.84; Cascade and Co~lents
Avenue (Mre. N. Betancourt) $24.02;
imperias.l Censorship (Miss Gordon-mitni)
i,.it; Cipritnau Blvd. and Dundonald
street (MiM H. Pantin) $s.4;. colonial
Mospltal (mlis Wolfe) $7.42; Customs
tMrs. A9. Legge) 1U; Upper Frederick
street tMiss ;. MUi) 18.e67; Gray
itreet-Maravalt toad (Mrs. Potter) $1.SI6
Chancellor ROad (Mrs. Child) W..0;
LOng Circular toed tMrt. F. J. Miller)
oid.,1; Maraval tMrs. Pocock) $2U65.81;
Lower Frederick Street MarineS square
(Mr. de Comarmond) $261.60;: Harboui
canteen (Mrs. A. M. tiva) $45.0v; Pic-
ton and Woodford Streets (Mil Daunt)
$44.4s; Railway (Miass Pollard) #)5.10;
Savannah (Mrs. W. Grant) $109.4i; St.
Clair Ciub t1Mrs. H. Phillips) $10.2t; iSt.
Clair (tiass Alton) $11'..o; St. Ann'I
West |Mrs. Bradley) 117.91; St. Vincent
and Edward Streets (Mels Jeffers) $49.20;
Mouth Quay (Miss Beckles) $14.68; Wood-
brook Mrs. X. Boland) $33.05; H.Q.
Mouth Caribbean area and Units of Trini-
dad Garrison $8.13-$1,387.24.
COUNTRY: Arlma (Mrs. Boucaud)
$1.1B; Apex Oiltilelds (Mrs. H. Scott)
189.S3; Carol (Mrs. Jam. Knox) $17.66;
Cedros (Mr. Rt. Johnstone) $68.10;
Chaguanas (Miss Ruby Patnce) $30;
Couva and California (Mrs. McMIllan)
516.76; Forrea Park (Mrs. Dudley
Farmer) $08; fyzabad Village (Mrs. H.
W. Reid) $31.6b; Kern (Trinidad) Oil-
fields (Staff Fund) $2,5: Princes Town
(Mrs. Lawrence) $8; Rio Claro (Mr. A.
K. de Gannes) $12; San Fernando (Mrs.
Pringle) $187.07, Sangre Grand* (Mrs.
Brierley) $60; Mt. Augustine (Mrs. Faulk-
ner) $65; St. Joseph and Curpes (Miss
Ruth Bennett) $110.26; Miparia (Mr. J.
G Walker) $20.35; ban Juan (Mr. E.
Ramricharan) $46.63; Tacarigua (Mrs.
Lyder) $18.93; Trinidad Consolidated Oil-
fields iMrs. Goodwin) $15; Trinidad
Leaaeholds Ltd.-Grant from Staff Fund
$250; Collections: $111.02; and Donation
from Co. $50, Trinidad Petroleum De-
velopment Co. (Staff Fund) $150; United
British Ollflelds of Trinidad iMrs. M.c-
Lean ) $292.18; Usilnes Ste. Madeleine (Mrs.
Weatwood) $165; Waterloo (Mrs. Imrie)
$37.89: R.N.A.R. Plareo (Mrs. Prentice
and Mrs. Mead) $142.50; Woodford Lodge
Estate (Miss V. Becklee) $110; Trinidad
Lake Asphalt Co.'s Employees $100-
TOBAGO: Mr. de Nobrlga $17.42; Mrs.
Napier Ralkes and Tucker $12.l61; Mrs.
Mackay $9,04; Mr. H. A. Harris $9;
Mises M. Ottly $7; Mils E. Wlldman
5.77; Mrs. Hills $4.76; Miss Sheilil
Trestrall $4.10; Lade de Verteull $3.92;
Mrs. Donald Clark $3.70; Mrn. $ e
oaly $3.33: Mr. a. Cowie 3; Mis 0
Gibbes $.85-; Mrs. E. Alefounder1.8I;
Miss Eunice McIntlosh SS.; Miss Joan
Wildman 74e.: Mr. F. Hodaon $.58;
Mils A. do Frelta 48c.-$100.20.

SAmong recommendations by the
Staff Board were:
That Mr. Arthur Brown be ap-
pointed to act in the Town Clerk's
Department as a temporary clerk.
That the salary of Borough Cor
poral Australle be graded $40--.-
$60 per month. That his com-
mencing salary be $45 I month.
and that it be .etrospectlve.- from
September 9. 1943, the date of his
promotion to the rank o' corporal.
That the cemetery keeper and
the ,ssitant cemetery keeper, on
Alternate weeks, renmin at the
cemetery from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
That, in consequence of .'sports
of irregularity of attendance, the
hours of work, 'cry other week,
of the Central Matrket clerk and
the assistant central market clerk
be fixed as follows:-
Dally: Central Market clerk: 7.30
a.m. to 1 p.m.; 2 p.m. to 4.30
Assistant Central Market clerk
5.30 a.m. to '1.30 a.m.; 1 p.m.
to 4.30 pm.
Sunday and Public I lldays:
Both clerks-5 a.m. to 9 am.
That. the clerks at the Central
,.rket, the Fish Market and the
Abattolr be warned that greater
care must be exercised In the per-
formance of their duties or thl-.y
will be dealt with.
That, In view of the unsatisfac-
tory state of things at the Central
and Fish Markets, the Abattoir
and the Cemetery, the supervisor
of markets and abattoir and the
cemetery keeper, Mr. A. L. Go-
paul, be transferred for a period of
two months from July 1 to the
Town Engineer's Depart ent, and
that Mr. A. P. Carter. third clerk
in that department, be appointed
to act as supervisor ol markets
and abattoir and cemetery keeper
for the period.
"'hat Mr. Von Walcrop be place'
on the staff as clerk in the stores
department fror i July 1 at a sal-
ary of $40-$5-75 per month.
That Mr. Fitzroy Lynch be
placed on the staff as a turncock
in the Waterworks Dep- tment at
a &,Iarv of $40-$5--60 per month
from July 1. and that his com-
mencing salary be t$4 p r month.
That the engineers be granted
only subsistence allowance at the
Government rate when out of Fin
Fernando nn official business for
the Council.

Labour Gets Place
On B.G. Executive
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
Consequent on the resignation of
the Hon'ble E. G. Woolford, K.C.,
His Excellency Sir 3rdon Lethem,
Governor of British Guiana, I s
appointed the Hon'ble Hubert N.
Critchlow, nominated member of
the Legislative Council, to be a
member of the Executive Council.
Mr. Critchlow, the secretary of
the British Guiana Labour LUnion,
is one of two Labour' represent.
tives in the Legislative Cou :1;.

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Loose Anflt-fiter Unrest
"E days VtB t proiasd thse peo'.
pie of Boea new aides bue long
pass4 and soft the a of
Ir Alled Ma Maari e t greatest
hope be can otter is an end so the var
without iccor or vUnquishedo Itis atrGe
be spoke at the funera df Gener a D x
Uast week of a porsbne Tt. but he
blued tbis am on the strecgth of %he
Wetaracht. as was his wmt. buat on Ger--
ean nf .h has n otsaved
MUe Nazi moe. tfrom defeat scybm,
nr the Germ- -e -- f..-- the
so.g iera ea gatzermg a the hw.ar
rof modem w. n wde the Nane
bAior f the A arBe. Btn toe Eash
WaeL. and Soh Ua3i of a nw o=tr
ca n n oilr od the de n twinted
aooe.es i of2he. lM& a the idoence-
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Eheflefanal wtrike Daenarkis
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futh ermpro ofte h-Ul n the
its powe-rftl d~enee Izes y mthe hRed
oray hs oeed thda o r-s denaiuc-
tW. and th dashing. of ga V hope o"
the ui fiter's ga. n r tUhe the war
eetook a s ne o tr ao the Nais tler's
npramardists boast-ed of, Denmark as a
Mmode prMotctorate. which would show
the rest of Europe wha o.the Nazi new
order promised to be. But, as elsewhere,
the Na won the su pport of a minority
group of Quislings but could' not win the
goodwill ofe e bue b he common peo.
* p ne who make up evnes cwohuay.
The geral strike in Den tre e is
farther the p oa p t of sU hope fhe
aha. s rn~ Hitl'r an.C ter' war
Dan es w t heir alleged protein. ite is
no Isolated incident. but a widespread
organised dezamwbateo of D ent oppo-
ba n, wicth must cause grave anxiety
to the N s at a time w hen tha are
expecting new ti vasi landings on teher
& ropean coctine m iat is ao e matiri-
temn for future actu throu ghout occu-
Pied EMope, as the approach of tpe
Alled armies brings the day of libera-
tion nearer. 11 the Danen who have been
accorded gene ralosiderate treatment
fUrththe oher people of Europe have
so sharply repudiated Hitlers gloved
horan it can well be iagined that even
x1re wiuent reactions will manifest
themsela ezisewhe w hy
11he Italian Pa isats are already
apding tee Allied armie aroa other
Xaly by their activities behind the Oer-
man neae, but the most woable contri-
butan tm that respect io berg made by
a*e Maios t rSouth a wanst Frances

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Tyre Recapping Supplies

Wl Smooth Out Transport
IT z gd news .t! recpwijg of tyres
canm be dm e t ce extenrswiy
pban in toe pst. thanrs to the ao-ut l
of rhe apingithet he rbei s tprSes ned
ktr the pvorcan Ws t ho this aproess.
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Tbe re.-en: V"sC: by the Secvuarv of the
Tr's~sspe^rt Enzs dcr Bos&d to Wash-
hboen ha. bow-t revn ,:ted5 n anple."
suprles of thU nee&sa.rv material be-
og redeasd. 'There is reaaay no reason
why this release could not have been
made since 1942, but a anry ra-e the
material now here :s wcwcor". andi
should be most uscfu, in easing the
transport situation.
At the same time our drivers must
make up their minds to redouble their
precautions, if tyres are to last out the
war and the early-post-war period wheni
supplies will still be tight. The object
of recapping is the revival of tyres by
renewal of worn-out treads. but only
tyres which have been reasonably well
cated for can submit to this process.
Hence the appeal by the Transport
Emergency Bosrd for more cautious
driving and the avoidance of speeding.
It is disconcerting to ieazmn that 19 out
of every 20 tyme returned to the board
have been p fcr ncdcap-
mruch of ths is due to ncxrrec: pres-
sure or to the cr-avirng for speed. Of
course damage is also caused b- emn-
bedded flints. na;ls. or g'ass. and in
this connection the man who could de-
vise means of keeping broken g'ass off
the r-ads would be a waz-time hero.
There are mcre glass sclnters on the
highways today, when they are most
likelv to be injurious, than ever before-
'be Tr-nsport Emergency Board
must be commanded on securIng more
recapping material for Trinidad. and It
should try to 1obtamn a recapp;n, plant
for Pwrt-of-Spj:n to supplement the two
now operating in San Fernando. A city
Installation would greatly expedite
matters by helping to care for the needs
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1t N. W. Wa WorkesIC NOIC
t a& r t .- a me : th i.e % .tw .e m e .ra r &. he %a i tc b. S ret _.ne 3rb
'tr sa~m~p ;.r v r. am Mnc- .zs ex~zg aZ--'5. O.-by th AMMcAza !X that

=In. n = mw*-=_LY -7 a ;_o in %b e .zV t an d, ORDERS FOR THE REGULATION OF
nz-xv U %S&M a Ta me O -ni Qhtti mentm.er a Ut pcier "exwofed TRINIDAD TURF CLUB RACES

C I = -,kk w'e .. ** . ,B aM "isac tW i = ..-o e" on en -2 Y Ifri Cs' _______________ _.

rTz f mmm 930r M tAs- VW wt"an of %hee.zviwhmm -9F.recem b4 s ed aub1 *tz--d -------I
TwIo t a T Iwh-ir "l'ba nd'br ,w ,&1T "le "t .- Ut :ow thr of Section 78-Motor Vehicles an dRoad Teraoffic

d -.- h ~ &W5so E ,aw' be am r-TevekV"ieb
bec^1^ "e' :-1. e t s le MM =0"rWU o zd --4 eiStrun -ixe, Q- i sw Madh fror Q a fh W t t ,*
NZo,Ap CV ,v ma 0 yny oe o snMifant or r o---wxer. -td- Midsummer Meeting--s e 29t, July st, 6th.

." " :: tonreBuld and Ar tice n
ar 0b l ti !ic'' bX o 1" k >-ot SWA '"m heplit c anno &t gtn AS no tImprymt I&-i tou *AZ i w thef m(iant s roaki th ie Mira VWofd d
C. =' i-om D pa (mW-L YmtFod and "t cncdrla", th ohe tCCt an dn o{ c O t &W
?'OflI~~G- zai be a manry psuch 'te kgng o bay deportment can en b madem- an m-uac r ad bi nhne [ c sonald Surme ote.
2* vbw p- pem s p The cez a is. Pnewrtd to iake a r euPure tse Cars Wt.A, o at ;i.'ted on i me svainp; 1 as d-r tod tw
b-- n ear-h*he Health teprt-I n aw &roud &-.tak.Oi-"l Oaedi ea. puA_-,ct-ue forwse-le broad. fac Dautkiwak

her b -. !;;v bad I T-hf -a -, k* It a u s -d t Gthe sof Es tat es on riday the
Pro fi teerig markTobogot s --pt Cot-,.ll i-aeasve pro, nud- O 1944, ot the h fl 10 oclocki inT IehW
% "k~hhe efi recre *4 tthhe i;iorahweal.On the ac~iarx cn mofracm& cars wtildraw off to the
ithe '1rlMin d Gcsrdian lice Jnsed perle So long h=1 prtngi The othertpe is workers n my, r- S- and -ebye DumCD nd S-zreft galt|
ii wmh respet -~ ~ =pznithe Counalti todo saeihni' tthen fiM iM the p..a'esit,,vit st as zfdD O SZtpItteciist:C aa
tendor n d ao c of C i< wbc-u: Iin th- Gd ho-. ses_-,Ve-r rmn- by t he ,T C ery Lane at.-
The Ited.caIs notict Madine 'th~ t a endab the poNice etut l to Trat m S thin e ncxmnr4f Quemis Part Wes- 354 ht
,n aNAM3. nuisanpc. h a SMICreco-vend lceneft u firu ma ny C the dwenuuz of the suior Po Olcer oni duty.
j f a faees do It* 1941. 1 uot o his ownvoi'ds. l drSiuug gittheast licn Impo wtailt rank as doti rc W byPc e a. orid oU b

'nlcrcCssTo ih wadn the f., to .~e r.g eryS A MM 1_ lr nU
T fa wee 4 toi 'ne t thle famed av ready sing tsso Aieletgdepat- to avoch the Grand Stan e- trsnce only when ?Ta. liy
't rj sp- i bed for disease and vice." Yet he m ea can take oter theme W e5 K DRPeCIGS Ar N D-ing M E 1 Tft hO" &pV-aCn the Grand
k*Tt^ W-.h tes th e ovr tc eel. a gives such an excuseas 'It wasn dcal for tender to r rim he w o a ra ay
i Oi rdiflicult to get any order carried as -dc s hous- fe lodging aa ftport Grn Satan t0=ket ea P alrk be y viehd B de
Se ao ae broraei d gal.out." A municipality cannot get an ers As a tInporary measure, the!thus avoid the danger of c.-a|ng the motor road.
rantred i r o n the olr as w inod a carried out for th. abatement c----indeerm of empty premises .arkins bicycles wW be vro-ided-
hsv pa *1entper nwarte. c.. of a nuisance such as he Wedkcai by Gorernmeni can be e an; Persons leari -he rame course afier the races on2wt
i 60 r l brone. and. cents Officer describe to ase the orr pad bridge and the foolImth so aA to arM
iper r avaud ro. This i-nay be said that Go'r-rnwent' the lines art uanc.
ItTfcrn1 of blaCk n Mar ;t ,s raimpant Council Weakc annot cam deer pitein. pro-fU my.C
in Charalio'elie by some Unrcei;nprscdeei n~f. nm
vendors and shtopk~epefl.h'at Municipal Council is wea mk ASvenet ~ oa ~ ~ ~ m
FISHILMA. Wr-time. r t f
Chariottev Fe. M N.I indeed. It is not In Marine Square mhb sayft %trte, but for-the,, oi-1S V&=w
only. however, that such noxious Like of einpias;s. i' must be re l h me.1944
Edto'sNoeMTe new taxi fares, circumstances exist. They exist 1.1 peated here, that the 14WJ Gov-&0
appy a''.dover the slum area of the City. ernm1ein ti Is hha t ert nt N aej..

&^^ .t~ &- near."ly" all ^T^JJ.^s81oc^ 'M~ sa^t ~acantHMMto MMS e
fare do not apply t ues. The stereotyped reason gt beay d o r ta pp Important *oti,.* aw t 209t of
Electric Costs Too High? over. a ms-s e: iim 7ma m an Clerkusi auvj cin G
'Tb.~i the CI IsOm a-'j mmu-t~u X hej dm um eino

Th w___r -Tvieidc beA1W~ao of it arte2 cii libe iju" Theyeaa VMSf arcitato ssads-t .Casa Td*d -e- t*
We.* O t caiat n of Otheor Woy Inanloa Cuakedl 1 th ia MW =m for re- 'U Cmpb.liM a MF
ho ds Wa. hich wee it ao help wa 4m te breMag alt me -t| -' 3; 1110 IS 10
:the acute oeng diagaia Gin o; Irin Mira- be taa vetn g DA MED4 vekpmeu andt
the acute a-lCAL SUPPLIES aare intiaeb

i'Ttiown. fmind6M- e t o vnuzdctirt j< *JtofSai r ftStAeU utejr7 1w Biy we l UK rilt Poem---------- --- as
the atl *aitian of aBghas W eti WfkMgtad L th a e tow n be f e, in
roe M m U EA v which is reeatfl a-, Czcio For tT many yars now.l L SULIES
an exqbtpaanl AMMoun. p i s b t ng iaa rg w. i b-er a! aof ers ent er! ________________
,'~ch; _;dTh;; t7'.4-wzwes r' 5 d)y! ",ha. e-az* 7),M:.,yet T!te-sWa


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:0 "-I"'hd tbtaai. an be"

loki AheadT fthacw "' asUM maMt~te ; 14diS& talws *ft 1- a aett &amn
f rv.i- hi-rrm -'4nt- of :a !ba 5w," awecken fur; Hocift arvoiedaf I;
,ok g AUz* sa4, to

a- 6.T ^ 'am..41Ma- 4^ Soravn rtn-^ 'andet" *"' Qe51 btf hnWl e j c r at W S appt z Ml t", Itn rtri i~ aC
".i rttl oGre* *;-rL-a: =t : W98 -1 lieered ftem 3s -t o

HrK~~' t sVe these NeavilI -hebed R inWD -- 4 (BB pBs ft nut tmeung
hT-se-s a WI. 5 5T t V iafran1 0ow O;ngou-ar *, ciaf -.TA of etedeisB Sik app aa. i bg
---~-~' :am~ Sills A^th"4h tlks 4t BCisgreaut let W=00 d A o fe Wa i P ast its. pab-fad fulI
a'r-cd eci L, sr o: .swen B om aed :9t.nutht. K M dong herebatwy brh ote i- sammx~t re-w ~ am0

Z i vg C hw-e.it %;A i dz-.Y so 'w-'a-t xitaj ad c laoe uc se s al p b ad App ad a
COsa.s Er4' bai it wa S andenda, r,' rd fi e the194;. sAe sta r Swr tosrI. dcn 1
wu*rle. s t* perrurioe c .c icc c m f the pwwa e o r NemT W o3.
itnt % :Xwunot P zne;!- 1r: toe t Pr" t r un Mr. N. l s II *Bm a=Api do
hee tAs* "i unkoaw.-e 'E NOTICE thatemi Sa mef hetei imi u as e oga __a s t
can mSA re:a de w l a aIhaSve strtedand si'gl ur'ea Club w Florda a d and Es ats
itl CO.^ reqz d !.4 -.be !.lot% i. can tri ay & the th-

k~~~~~~WD v*- --j PVaB--WWW- cU"^'ves^ flor theJ^ pupe of" 1wjT-,4'a h orof1 lc
CanW^V~t^ b a md cSiSh It a nm J-f &d arBQ um Diiei B0 CStirch ng t?. Bo ana w
Goods Witthhelda dct'=%be .i~e h T; a Iuwardedin tim ve II ou
The Edits. Trtabd Gmd~ .1'j? cThe 'uanrdrati ad tgees SmIs 'e m Lb
Is the V1.11eg* of lreI rne stw oftu I .ading artide aa traetise Il luy144
!Twn imsefrmth Mtu ~azP- sbic 2XV0 Bahamas Flier
I~~of the C of ui-l m. otlibuwars, V1-
I r n qooS ~odatwt h CONTROL BOARD NOTICE
juoit*e e ra1%etdthea santaand sumbeU2111veranrment the do SPORTSnFwsetfcu
Reeet*mtiy.theWsalA wo e Wtat-d e dlwl 1 raftth a
Useb Bu-ben aV20 maen with =lat'Cne aLgfafrinaltyjnto i CMW
bo ee tohv o oeguur. Wht arc hoo ap-a sase!a mon t o a as. iC 'as aMN r,.




B.G. Sugar -dt..... Alderman's
,In, t ir Wi~ting
Indusur Faces PY*s? a 'Second Front'
Sm om Inews m i wes tra *
Labour Crisis m"i n Ends Debate
-tish Guiana yesterday.
VRemarkin that It ws po-
Opi* S ibQ -aalmbe or us e that the rcent 4 ue i Aid0aaa .
tIn grjtitOGit anian wuld a=lre n Antigua W4 ndkiuinciaY Visiag t aSe a 'eMO v.eh %
Mot shfutcdo ton e- down sput out because of iequ I&tsooottSS a6& a
uem Of oto shortage of Iab ur equipment and ineMe tiv w_-Ser ruecolaetwu re opsr q aSS IM.
dth o~we M"lm edto the TrW'- supply, the anMrnounce- added : y 'rr4lCty g4r, .et
ded I Mr. R. G. 80 3M only recently the lion *)
forldS t" oyJoepIt _. a assistant engineer, for *'Aseenua
= "tebe las.meGtof t need fov r M tgt pOlae t 4a o toUm Cor50..u
8e, tmd on his ma=h fromo t h providing wiw' rt le-fighting
W.. W on brep d.nacrto gUilitiestarsrt o own t. vol City Mayor. ad-
Mdr. eor said that an effort! the Government di with un eSter afteru~n' lutyt.
waeg msde by Govednment toInt- t hr oll oidl n oweet aa a cttaor t ohe
d thre legdylalaes opw a ts -o-- i netwad aady the
duos dre I labour, bt wha n the *,9i nex eetint wasn stated.
l erved 2de ab t want Theee Wve had alsoussed the reo-
to leave the town. port rtgwve to certain allwd p Irre-
8Sort eoge f.iabods he blae s r -maa een iih repect to delivery ofu
the hlh wqe being Paidat me~tanrl ldm o eP"pu
ent. A tPreportsumitte e ished ion lavolving rCy Counci em-
Government, he C sid, dloed ddothato e dloyees and a he mractorafor more
British Ousnese were working is edtan two hours before Alderman
under three days per waek and this Vidaae, who had already spoken,
was due to the e t that they re- Three U. servicemen stationed listed aan alAdn sian.
eelts& such appreciable wages here, convicted of offences 1volv- Before discusat., on the report
that they did not need to work Ing local civilians, Were punished the City Engineer was permitted
t hr_ W ey ds. not nby US. court-martial recently, the by the Mayor to offer the Council
T10 Only L=gacevennent could Inflormat~ion. Offie disclosed Yester- 1what steps he had taken when the
atated to reply to a question, was akrivate iStanten B. Carroll, tried report oi certain Irregularities was
stated in reply to a question. was rVa btro ht to his attention. He stated
to introduce labour conscription, by special court-martial, was sen- uat he had not been shown etll the
and this was against the policy of tenced to conflnement at hard la- t-he ate
Colonial administration. bour lor two months, with a for- tickets involved In the matter. He
SIn addiUtion to this, he went on, feature of $40 of his pay for a like hhavd been shown three, two o mwhichtake
gritish Otlans was at present ex- period, for indecent assault. might have been Issued by mistake
nere"cng an acute shortage of fer- Raypmond F. selay, seaman first and as he felt that other might
tsler; and the rains had greatly class. VA. Naval Reserve, was con- have been some possible explana-
affted the sugar industry over evicted and sentenced to obe confined tion he asked for an investigation.
then.e for two months and to lose $33 per Very shortly after he had ordered
month of his pay for a period of this investigation the Mayor called
WJ. FDERATION six months, total loss of pay uvon him to make a report on the
amounting to slo98 for assaulting matter.
Mt. Seaford. referring to the re- two civilians In Park Street. Port- The Mayor L._-closed during the
ent Barbados conference of the of-Spain, on June 6. debate that the evidence at the
Assooiated West Indian Chambers Pvt. Andrew Nemeth tried by Inquiry revealed that about five or
of Commerce at which he was a summary court-martial was sen- six loads had been delivered with-
delegate, told a "Trnidad Guar.- tenced to confinement at hard in a single hour by a truce which
tan" reporter In an interview last labour for 30 days and fined $20 had to take the material from Lay-
week that federation In the West for obstructing Constable Sandy In entire to Cocorite. He also stated
Indian might mean a reduction In the pertorm.noe of his duty. that It would take approximately
Governors and some of the higher one hour to deliver one load taken
Oft"M. M arrysho from Laventille to Cocorite.
H did not, however, as was re- Mr. Me aryshow
ported in the "Sunday Guardian" = =,
=t It would mean fewer foreign n Pnm ,,,.j'
officials In the different colonies as n Iaci g In orwart FdL Wfa T a
there would be a Oovernor-Oeneral STr. GEORGOE'S, Grenada, July 1 914
with an ample West Indlan staff. -- "Facing Forward" was the sub- W elit a T alks
_____________ sect of an instructive and Inspir-
-- --ing address delivered hIy the Kon'bie
A j lT. A. Marryshow last Monday night Stir T obago
Instructive Film to the Old Boys-Old Girls' Literary
u clSociety of the Grenada Boys' ec- Importance of the part which
For Jamaicans o ,chooand the Cur of the Child Welfare League can play
M For Jamaicans HihSchoolorG
Mr. ufu Stacha prsidnt o Intheevery-day life of the people
KWGITON, Jamaica A filh the society, took the chair and with wMs stressed by Mrs. A. K. Drag-
for t*e education of voters i, no% him on the platform was &.,. E. do J Superintendrent of Health
being prepared In the office of the Vere Archer, acting headmaster of Nrs ", and Mrs. G. H. Masson
es Blector Officer. the Grenada Boys' Secondary during their recent visit to Tobago
This 'documentary,' flm will be School. where they visited the clinics and
shown to all theatres throughout A vote of thanks to the guest held public meetings at Scarbor-
the almd and. ,th the co-opers speaker was moved by Mr. GeoreOugh, Roxborough, Speyside and
tics of Jamaica Welfare, In ali Williamson and seconded by Ir. Charlotteville.
n n h George La Grenade. Arrangement for te visit were
S wow sn esmade by the District Medical Of-
The theme will be "EI~leton ro-Nwtfbso oao
Bof,, n h fmn wl"eNew Drivet
cedurne One n of the Polling It is understood .bat they were
Bo?," mand the filming will be Awell received and had interested
done by Duncan Keith Oorialdi, j T audiences at al the meetings. They
whoM sucoee swith two other doc- f fl l V were, it is stated, encouraged by
umenlstary flms on local subjects ls Inau the man v offers of voluntary help
now ancient history. [CONTINUSD FROM PAQU '1 and are looking forward to gratify-
The aotors In the film will be 200 German troops tried to filter ing results from their visit
the staff of the Census and Elec- through the British lines at the
toal OOffice., who are now busy re- top of the salient, but they were
hearing their roles. The various cut to pieces before they reached -
scMnes will show the inside of a the outposts.)
poAg boot th th prodding POSITION OUNDi
offior. the poll otrk and the can- Describing the situatUon on the adauaa O Chief
didates' representatives. The voters whole Normandy land front as Kee n Meal P
will be shown coming in, then will "extremely satisfactory," a Britishn n
follow scenes showing the marking senior staff officer commented that e n a P n
.of the ballot, the folding of the Field Marshal Rornmel's try .o to mrnlda Guardian 'orrespon,'"ent.
ballot so as to prevent anyone te present "is unlikely to serve SANGREGRANDw, JulyI.-Mr.
ra seeing how the voter has Asa text book for repelling an Robert Patrick, Director of Educa-
voted, how these voters should con- invasion." tion paid his first official visit to
duct themselves, how and when His reasons for that optimism: theon anir Grande of vernet
the Preiding Officer should help Rommel failed to hold with his and amgre Grande Roan Cath-
and alo the final handlint of the tactical reserve tho medi- olc schools on Friday afternoon.
ballot withi the booth, ately available behind the line At both schools the Directo
I and has had to throw in his stra- showed keen interest in the post-
I--- tegic reserves from far in the rear. rlmary educational facilities and
-"- es tlnHe was forced to Us these piece-he "fr emuc onal lan w a
outpafl In path rkt ounter-atta e.el l which the
Next t street fighting, these are tLment of Education has re-
if In S probably the costliest forms of esntl launched In this district. He
For Meter S c hortag to d he was extremely pleased over
hodTo rage ito rakhis resfree to tathe manner In which the work
traai Gumia Owesrpeadmeat. wrest the initiative. was being carried out.
SAN IWANDO, July I.-In. Counter-attack he must ad in ____ ____
tructiean to remove electric meters major force, it was pointed out
from th0 home of employees of the here. That is the whole German Bombers 'u Nazi
Council and replace them on the plan of defence and the only way bers Cut Naz
premises of new consumers was to save his position here when he Gasolene Ou
ve to Mr R. V. S. Aleong, has no immediate fortified line on G s n Output
Tomn Engineer, by the Council in which to stand. WASHINGTON, July 3 (AP) -
sesMsion here on Thursday. Field-Marshal Rommel is notori- General H. H. Arnold, Air Forces
Employees from whose premises ously hot-headed about hurling in Chief, reported today that Allied
meters are taken will pay for their a full force in counter-attacks even bombers have cut German gasolene
oner on an average to be based if at expensive cost. production to not more than a
on s months' consumption. However, for such counter-attack third of normal capacity, forcing
Decision to give the Town En- he has to do three things: Stabilise -he enemy to ration Insufficient fuel
gineer such Instruction was reached the front momentarily, catch Gen- supplies.
on a motion by the Hon'ble Roy eral Sir Bernard Montgomery ex- Combined with the destruction of
Joseph, seconded by the Hon'ble tended, and wrest the initiative, aircraft factories which has cut
George ltspatrick. following a re- He has failed in all three so far, the Nazi output of military 'planes
port from the Town Engineer that it was observed here., to, about one-third of the planned
there were no 5, 10, 20, or 50 (Reuter reports that there has production, General Arnold said
ampere meters in stock, and ask- been no hindering of the Allied that many bombing missions
Ing for Instructions with respect to build-up and the work is going against Germany now are unop-
new connections. Ahead at full speed. On the other posed by enemy fighters.
Mr. Joseph said members were hand, Chester Wilmot reports,
aware, that emplbyeeS of the cor- that not one of the seven Ger- -.-,
poratlon had facilitate the Coun- _man aroUred divisions has any-
cli by allowing their meter to be thing like its full csmnlement of South Schools To Hear
removed to the premisea of new tanks. At full strength they
consurpera and pay on anverge should have three tk battalo, Health Talks This Week
of six months. That had resulted a strength of 250 tanks, but most
in no loss to the corporation, othes divisions haven two Various phases of health activity
have not ben tn to full etrengthe in. Wiikh both school and commu-
hav no b~n u t ful srenth.niy can co-operate for better
B~arbados Hote.^l In fact, some have fewer than health and living o on wte
100. Another point is that the heaulthned living onditins Mwil
Barbados Hotel Oermare are making wasteful use outledby Mr. S. Moosal Ma-
jhantes Halnds of their' speciallsts by employing *araj, Health Education Officer, in
Changes Hands traine~l PanHe troops In some a series of health talks to schools
r-~ IT cws as ordinary Infantry. The In the County of St. Patrick this
Crane Hotel, popular centre for terrain is not reaI tank country, Week.
Trinidad visitors to Nrads',180 *an the more so as the Germaas have "I
one of the Island's leading hotels, not had the Infantry to hold any -
hi's been purchased by Messrs, new lines now tht. the Allies
William Fogarty Ltd.. the "Trinidad have driven a s.llent into their
Guardian" learned yesterday. main infantry line.) ___________ I m A


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Ameerican Army and NAvy Chiefs
the progre of the war there. Le
Arnold, Army Air Forces Cemmnai
Commander-ln-Chlef. General D
Supreme Commander; and Gener
Chief of Staff. -

Maquis Capture
Vichy General
PORT BOU, Spain, Jul. 3
(AP) -- Frontier reports said
that General Georges Nadal,
Chief of Vichy's pro-German
militia in western France has
been captured by the Maquis.
Vichy despatches said the
outstanding French collabora-
tionist was enroute from La
Rochelle to Cognac for a OGer-
man banquet on Saturday
night when underground work-
ers halted his motor-car and
overpowered the guards. Scores
of persons were reported ar-
rested as hostages for the gen-
eral's safety.

Woman Wounded
In Stabbing Affray
Mary Thomas, of old St. Joseph
Road. was taken to the Colonial
Hospital at about 9 o'clock on
Sunday night suffering from stab
wounds alleged to have been in-
flicted near the Laventille Quarry.
Her condition is reported as
An arrest has been made.

Fisher Folk End
Feast Of Saint
Trinidad Guardian ComTspendent.
CARENAGO, July 3.-Climaxing
celebrations In honour of the feast
of St. Peter. Patron Saint of this
village, which began last Thursday,
'the Feast Day, special church ser-
vices followed by a harvest festival
were held here yesterday.
Low Mass was offered at 5.30
a.m. and at 9 amn. High Mass was
celebrated by the Rev. Father A.
Kennedy, O.P.; acting parish priest.
After Mass there was a procession
to the St. Antoine Union Frindly
Society grounds where the stalls
were blessed and the harvest festi-
val formally declared open.

Friendly Societies
For Conference
Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding, I
the City Mayor, will preside at tht
Friendly Societies' conference
which will be held under the aus-
pices of St. Jnames Friendly Society
In Mucurapo Girls' R. C. school.-
room, Western Main Road, St.
James, at 8.30 o'clock on Friday
evening, July 14.
Among matters to be discussed
are removal of the St. James
Health Office to the House of
Refuge and proposal to remove
there as w-U tuberculosis patients.

Borough Called
Mosquito Sanctuary
Trinidad Guardian Cerreopondcnt.
Fernando is fast becoming a mos-
quito sanctuary,, Councillor E. C.
Crawford claimed at Thursday's
meeting of the Borough Council
Councillor Crawfo-d said It
seemed that while anti-malarial
campaigns were been carried on,
mosquitoes, when chased from out-
side, went Into San Fernando.
LONDON, July 3 (AP).-It was
disclosed today that flying bombs
killed Major-General Sir Arthur
Scott, retired; his wife, Aimee
Byng, novelist; and Sir Percy
Alden, for years prominent in the
campaign against slums.



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For November
]Preparations for this year's mu-
nicipal elections in Nove mber are
being inmade by the tyor
ad0 out-o, Co un .elor l
Prom Saturay the city's 1$44
burgess lst, hung at the main en-
Setrr~ e to the Town Hall, Invited

le persons for entry atir
names in the list as wi as objec-
tm to the names of personsp-
Saring h inIt must be made to Mr.I
W. arreln. the Town Clerk, not
later than July 1044.
Retiring City others this year
are Councillor Alfred Rlchards
iSouthern Ward: Coucellor H. 0.
1B. Wooding, the Mayor (Western
Ward); Councillor Albert Goames,
Deputy Mayor (South-EUatern
Ward); Councillor Garnet J. Me-
Carthy i(North-Eastern Ward) and
Councillor Rohald Maingot (Nor-
them Ward).
vit the Normandy front to see New Aldermen will also be elect-
eft to right are: General H.iH. d this year to fill vacancies cre.
ider; Admiral Fratst King. Nai v i ated by retirement of Alderman
wight D. Elsenhow, Io invasion Tito P. Acdong, Aldrman oH
ral George C. Marshall, Army Harris, Alderman V. R. Vidale,
- (AP ph oto.) Alderran H..A. de Fpretas and Al-
-- derman J. Milton Theme.
S tiuIf the M.ayor does not sMa re-
election or does not retain his seat
LA) another Mayor is elected, taking
whe chair at the swearing indut
Dr. tan Csouncillors and the election of

on of~ a m ~the laeD.adMs onBdt a t tthe Mwatt.npl~
Educationist iFURNI

The Colony lost an outstanding F R I TE R
educationist, and th~e CanadianrA L
Mission organisation one of its A
gr latest missionaries in these parts,- ..
by the death yesterday morning of 7 COT, ON HILL ST. ZIAJl
the Rev. Dr. Harvey Holmes Mor- EDNESD.,Y, 5TH JULY 1944
At the funeral, which took place 1.30 P.s.
at Tunapuna, hundreds of persons Instructed by A rchibca .Young
representative of every section of Esq, w will sell all is well-kept
the community turned out to pay Furniture, etc., compria -
nnal tribute to him. Branss Bedstead with Mattress,
Dr. Morton, who was 72, was the Pillows and Net; white e Enamelled
son of the late Dr. and Mrs. John Bedstead ,,t Matt. Pillows
Morton, first missionaries sent out and Net, Mirrored v, ardrobe, Cyp
by the Canadian Presbvteriap Dressing Table, Crap. !1-euing T
Church to the last Indiana I'l ble, Waxed Cyp Compctum, Wash.
oTrinidad. a Roab stand and Toilet Ware, Towel Rail,
Educated at Queen's Royal Col- "hest of Drawers, Bedroom Clock
lege, Edinbrgh University and in C .). Writing Table, S iroom
Germany, Dr. Morton returned to Chair, Wall-Mirror, joot Stand
Trinidad in 1901 to Join his father Linen Press, Sewing Machbine Ta-
In the work of the mission field inb a
the Tunapuna area. He retired le, Mirror on Stand and in engine
rei atie srvceeiht eas goMirror, Mahogany Dining Ta'-'e

fromactve ervce eghtyeas TandlSi to mtp. Chickrs Cahoaina
but never relaxed his leen interest and Six c %p. Chairs, Mahogany

frometr acble. service eih years amo
in the work of the Mission and In Sideboard ant Din..erW-on, erv.
education. In his absorbing inter- ing Table and Dinner Service, Din.
est in education he maintained a ing Room Clock, Mahogany Coins
family tradition as both his bro- Cabinet. Chi 'ea Set, Inlaid Ma.
there, Dr. Arthur Morton and Dr. hogany Centre Table, E.P Ware
William Morton, as well as their Brass-top Table, and Brasaware
father, the late Dr. John Morton Elec. Table Lamp, U ec. Kettle
have leftl their mark in this sphere.I Book Case and Books, .4armsu-ortb
Among immediate surviving re- Encyclopedia in 10 Volumes, Tanta.
latives of the late Dr. Harvey Mor- lus, Glass and ?'yrex Ware, Ther,
ton are his widow, three children mos Flask, Meat Safe. Pantry
now in Canada Elizabeth, Gor- Ware, 3cale and Weights, 0l
don and Molly, and three others Stove, Dover Stove, Alum. Pots ant
here, Mr. Nyren Morton, Mr. Jack Pwns. Mincing Mt "'ie, Step tLAd
Morton and Mrs. H. Monceam'x. der. Galv Bath Par Garden Toole
Carpenters' Tools, Wardrobe Trunk.
Cyp Easy Chairs with Cushions ant
Table to ?nateh. Wicker Chairs ant
Centre Table, Plants In Pots, and
INS'DALLATION one 6/s e.f Fridge.
Items op view day prior to and
Installation of officers of Court morning of Sale and TERMS-
Pride of Paria takes place on CASH.
tomorrow evening at the lodge-
room, No. 88 Duke Street, BOYD -HUTCHINSON, ,TD.




SOperative From February 14th, 1944
All 'Planes return by mine route.
Office: 12, Abercrombv Street. Port-of-Spain,
'Phone5 6885 and '7548
MONDAY: 6.30 a.m. Trinidad-.4;renada-St. Vineent
10.45 a.m. Trinidad-Grenada-Barbados.
6.0 a.&m.)
9.40 a.m.) Trinidad-Barbados.
1.20 p.m.)
TUESDAY. 6.00 am. Trinidad--arbadoe.-Antiua.
St. Kitts-Antigusa.-St. Klit
WEDNESDAY: 6.30 a.m. Trlnidad-Grenada..-St. Vinc=t
Barbados-St. Lucia.
.00 a.mI.)
.40 amn.) Trinidad-Barbados.
1.20 p.m.)
4.45 p.m. Trinidad-Tobaro.
THURSDAY: 6.00 aj. Trintidad--Gtrenada..St. VineMn
St. Lucia-Antlna--St. Kitts
6.30 a.m. Trinidad-Barbados.
10.10 pjm. Trinidad-Barbados.
FRIDAY: 5it a.nm.)
9.40 a.m.) Trinidad-Barbados.
1.20 p.m.)
4.46 p.m. Trinidad-Tobase.
FATURDAY: 6.00 a.m. Trinldad-Barbados-AatlVg
St. KIttl.
9.00M a.m. Trinidad-Tobago.
10.45 a.m. Trinldad-Grenada.
BUNUTY: 6.00 a.m. Trinidad-Barbados-St. Lucia.
11.20 a.m. Trinidad-Barbados.
3.00 p.m. Trinidad-Tobage.
______4.0 p.m. Trinidad-Tobs

...You can spot it
every time

heo how much he masow
meeting the gang downtown ft iaW
a Coca-ols. Overseas, Coke Is ahi
dreshingremembrIance ofhowwM~
cherish iw tate and reM
of ric hIncid ent b
ThIle mem like yorl haw'e
tund in lce-cold CocaZoa
all the difference between
something really rehp&h
ing and Just s i
to drink, Yes, the only
thing like Cocs-Cola t
Coa-Cla, toll s

Weed diet 'She Om&~ia"~...
lees slim di,..

I Te best
is always the tUW


TrUE least you, as loving mother, can do to asure fu
L aby'. future popularity, marriage, comfort sad M
welth-is to guard and foter her skin so it 'looM m40
stady with health and beauty as he is rowing up.

Follow Dr. Dafoe's advice. Daily bathe your haby hea d
to toe with Palmolive Soap. Because Palmolive i made froam
a secret blend of olive sad palm oils known for ape m
nature's finest skin beautifiers. Its rich, creamy, beaeutiiS
lather, different from any other, cleanses deeply, gendtly, md,
brinp health, youth and beauty to sensitive skin.

Buy a cake today .. start
using it#.. for the pro.
tection you give your baby's
skin today may be her
b"auy pride tstowUOI

The Protection You Give Baby's Skin Today May Be Her Beauty

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ATalk Of Trinidad Paao Wil Lst Longer Do LUXE #
--- nNn m-I- 1f Givn Reasonable Care t"MY &r TOMOMWfsWt.*
ISSUSAPL t TM sr & w 'I anI stdbo Um yea am a4.45 S t.A45
WiTh **- Hrin I. l r turmed rs wfat lwtisu em i a E u hew
Roar-Admi s i l 0.X X. jt^ KM *y .*s a Si i i. lb e Ms.
A n .-- S cp t y ro . U M JKirb ye-er.,, t Sad lo t th o as nM t U b t
-_-_ S____l,r -T'tr:. Mr-, M4 : *"* *-L. -M- ni e~ te gl5!- ^.T y ..li5 -- ~f ___, __ ._-"--'--! -
~AJOIL Sad MRSt MERVYN GRZLL gave a chlIrens, pa.ty a a i *- -t. -wP gle n a we _mlo
Mle Yurftr the Joint birthday of their two Em. Teddy a-i
Yf* Wli70had an enjoyable afternoon, and later inoSIM =a= 9 si ew
evenMiing 101:111111= avte lvitsd to a escketil party. AD V
Theskeeland Km. J. W. Pocock. Captain wand o --
Mrs.Rob inGfUr. Jmmy MilEic Mr. Jul" Hastmeuy. Mr. andm I -P I"i's
OV1. .and M Mr.te Gist), Llelemant sandXMrs.Morgan. 1ao t
M s. Jack tbDuford. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stodart and Mr. Jose b" gI NCola IIo bt u
d osmtbrun.
HAROLW FAHEY Ia savin& a subscription eavitatioa dace 0 a 1 MR be k
S" "bi home on Murray abd. In aId of the R"d COte SpW ia f an e
i, ellna be servd tree of charge. 3 0 to' d- 11 t .fter Ii i
---c rb ae* an op mu ant left Ika w are
M&, GEOFFREY ALSTON, the moa of Captain ad Mrs. Wilfred V W a u a ptt INv Come In the
B Alston. arrived in Trinidad on Sunday from Canade, via MiamiL Tb 'oe 'a -h.o'o in" q --"O LW rbe*!60 P"i
A attends Oreov chool t .kee. ca a. and has rm, 2 t wil not dMor, andne ll
=a to Spend the summer holidays with his parents. He expects to eak ",=, it to dry; It wll !!
remain about two months. fsin. out m not dry, and wm I
Their otherson. Master Robert Asto. who Is at Lodge SchooL hn*M vcmenoe to rot, and;
rbados. wil be com Ina tse next three weeks ao for holiday s. i irl y quickly. t .
. besThebet way to fresh n a black -
y& t L. R HUTCH ,SON, of Hillside Avenue. Cascade. has recently Iov Is to open it up and rub It
returned from Caracas. Venezuela, where he went to .eek medical ov with a mixture of strong cold
aid through a specalit, and to get Msme benefit fromt the wonderful I I Z eand ammonia. Rub always In 5
cimate. He went o the PolelinicaCraes, one of the bet r ing q the sme dlrecton with a small n
ha In the country, and was very much impressed by the modern ece of chamois leather and then S
medcal equipment. I
medical equinent. dry your umbrella in the open. I
MRS. OLVER nFTZWUILLIAM accompanied by her daughter, Miss e annoying mud splashesE = *
Molly Pltrwllliam. returned from Barbdos on Friday. They if can be removed with a very liTtle iJ m
spent three weeks at Fresh Water Bay as guests of the Antori family. methylated spirit rubbed over the. -ilr n
S* Mis -ally Nell- the da.hte st"in. but, of course, be careful t,;- =Ks' IJq 1
'THE REV. DR. MEENAN. principal of St Mary's College, who had of Mr. and Mrs. willue Nwr., do this well away from any flame' S "'.
be n the United State for medical treatment, returned on Who will be coming to T-rinidad 'r naked light.
unday, looking remarkably werel nhre-htly with htr moter fo a Another way with mud stains Is-_
Vist r b _to allow them to dry thoroughly y m
AMONG passengers returning from the United States by air on first of ,ll and then brush oft with_= JEAN SUAN ._I_-_i WATSN
S Sunday was Mrs. A. L, Lynch, who spent the past eight months O a s.if brush: if the marks are ob-h, *Wtms ORooW ol sh. ss.ubb.s,-s
VaIting her daiighters. Mrs. F. D. St. Hiaire and Ms. H J. Sweeney. st lnat t'sponge them with a ittlel h- 1,0 1 V, be
se also had the opportunity of seeing her brother and hie wife. Mr. Nilay S D iarV waf amwa*i to w enh dfew droip A_ n MW ad . *00"
ad Mrs. George E. Ganteatuime. whom she had not seen for the past :o s ammonia have been added-_
12 yearT It a good Idea to wash umbrelyears
Her son, LA C. R. A. Lynch, who is with the R"A F. in Nova i Tomorrow as occasionally., especially black i_
oatia. obtained leave and went to Massachusctts, where he spent a Bridge drl;e. orgaa.c, c Miss ones. as they are apt to get rather wilIIiilli.i
ew days with her before she left. A'udrey J-fiers. at Prince's B,.iding arsty appearance after constant
6 0 in aid oi Ethiopia Memorial. tIe. A solution of ordinary black!
5MWS has been received that Mr. Tony Sorzano. or.nly 'on of Mr. Dance a Trinidad Countrv Club. writing ink, a full teaspoonful of
SC. I (Sarai) Sorno, i. smiling from air operations on the night Dance at Phrseverance Club sugar. and a halt a pint of warm I
ft June 14-15. His father left Trinidad in 1914 to )o.n thr forces in water is good for restoring colour
;Nto a aack Silk covler. M. k
ahGreat War. On demobdlsatlon he remained in Englan'.d for vera! Forthcoming Events t W wasi g and arven. I . .
ears then he went t n Canada and is now hack in Londrn. ",I will When washing and trying um- G E MP-v I
ft remembered by the senior memlpre of George F H gn; nd Concert b'v 13.th Triiuu Sea brellas always remember to dry the =
Company. Sout. St. John's Hall. 8 pm. rib structure and hinged joints STodayonl e y . 4- ThuI
pQ- Grand F e, Drill Hall. San Per- thoroughly to prevent rusting, nd,
tANT people wil! he sorry to kno-A that Mrs. F.r. St:-.':-' ti t. uif,- na'do. of course, the tiniest touch of vase- o f A Am
" of Archdeacon Streetly. of San Fernando, has M- n i indi.%Toosd lene on the minute hinges will 5
for the past week and is at present a patient in the Coioni l Ho-pital FLOOR SHOW POSTONED make an additional rust protective S _$s i A A
Mbe has not hben allowed to have %'%,itors but "Humming R i;: d' under- The floor show and darce being Small holes in umbrellas can be =a ed=
viands that her condition is impronir and wt.hs h:-- a sp.'edy return organized by Miss Olectine Jar. successfully mended with court N nam rik.l..
to health, dine in aid of the Convent plnster, It the plaster is soaked
*School Repair Fund, St. Joseph, until It is quite soft and placed i
ItJR. TED COPE, of vRnNow. who ausflied a hrk,,n collar ione kiule had been arranged previously, hut carefully under the holes on the= ud
Splaying sci-per, is, I am tn!d feeling ni;;ch lnuroved. will be held instead on Saturday, Ins.ide and left to dry for some time M
,** AAii'utit 12 aRt the Prince's Building, before use. The plaster can be i tw a
A VERY Interesttng cerenirenv tonk pIlace in San F.nianiio on Th'e Mnderneerq Orchotra will 'idlclouslv touched up with ia dab 'a
' hur."day morning-St. Peter's Day-which was wi.r-.s-d hv a R eiP7 "'he music and admission of ink, coffee, or lipstick according ; witf lh1
s crowd. wt'. be bv ticket only. to the colour required.-J.D. W ifs. intt ot
First there was a Commu.ni;non Service in St. Paul' Chninrh at 5 _ _"__ _1
ALm., which was attended ,v V .0 people and conducted hy Arr'hd,'con. .-- ir tiei I
J.. J. F. Street!y. Afterwards, ,*i' i ani, the clei'gv, ehno, and ',nrp- E *
nation marched in proeos?,in though thet .trepts to the l ,in. Wharf. r
where fitslfhing boats, nets and fishermepn were Wai.ln,: tn ho hl('lesd. adio P roe g r s
One boat was outstanding by reason of its beautiful dt'ii-ati:on, whith i __- _" 3_ _'-'_
'bad not been archieved without a great deal of aork. ind it iflected n U.--. wvoi
greatt credit on the fishermen con,,rned. The Archdeaon fl,,t $*,Isod -- -. _______ WVDI_____5 i .
The nets and then went on to biess the boats in a i n itnuunv uio n was 0 'l 'uN utS Time Views the News G I Newt
.very impressive. When ;t was ended the procrsiun 'rforrncd ai. l',' Ma0V )Zron M"Hes Rftv Sott Orehfeira Hvma arn Horn -
,marched back to the church. i ;r"h & MadnesM Bandwago
i- J- Jubtis.

S IAN immenUse crowd wended its avy to Peraeverance Cluhb on S inda\ 1 Re)ro-- Armv~Hand News ..
'f for the Red (Cros Special Invasion Appeal show which was held 6 10Prox Announcesmeni.s Miritre Melode Ah-ow T- n
t here. It wtas a hue sji',ccess, and congnitulatlons are duep to MNr ., Nes -- News
SWaydn Boos, the club's n manager, and Mrs. Bons, who worked ver ---------.. __________________-
%) W.I. Party News Bobliope
,R4l igiht of the da&Ns entertainment was the novelty aquatIc / & S tock Re --
-- -- lthetfckt of It k-- .3
SpOrtS the first of its k'nd to e seen In Trinidad. Mr. Peter Arrin. :S Frt4 Hartlo%'s MUuxe -I U <
dell was the best all-round swimmer, having won four out of six events ... 1 c
4or which he entered, one heing a three-legged race which he won M rnfnt, i* Rijr NwsM mus from
PiBendp~ azd Spnt|lxtitBHands
-'with Mr. Jim-mv Himel Sinith. The egg-iand-spoon race was won hbi -- rey Lombardo Pass inH Re
SMr. Peter Rochfnrd. The coconut ehies and hoopla t;.ble were very A5 Talk --"
popular. and a record amount was taken up. ---________ _______
Luncheon and dinner were delicious, and the dance, for which Bert 9 New s Nework Repenrer Newt
:115 loeon-itlin Familiy No.sat Home ILatin RyiS?
.I cean and his men exceiled themselves, was brlUiant affair, 7 G rarm.Rte. mds iondl. a orDane# Tim,
'lff t *5 3 GramS R( S monthly moonlight concert by the Police Band will take placr- - ---t -
on the lawn of the Merchant Navv Club tnnight These concerts f n e,i, *dnee Da N-' NhiC Owr
on well worth attendir.,. Boy Rcouts- and Girl (Guides are also wel i | Nn Cora0 -: -;
ome, anrid there will be ample seat, for all. The baton falls at g.30 I, -8 -- i"
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TONIGHT, pim. Today., 8. pA.
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MONARCH PALACE-San Fernando | '==MP-
T 'NIGHT .36- TODAYa.t p.m p- | RIA- LTO OLYMPIC
In Aid & Tunapuna Dramat aClub Indian Thriller:- =ODWY 4.4 58 p m. LAST TODAY4.4., p
Eg~~g BORDER G.MEN lH,,~.mmmHHHnmBmHH.nj.lKliNTi mCH
fc31S oterrow M..YT1ME & ESCAPE I ~mnlR M~|T ^ W->
locality near Trolley mB| DENNIS MORGAP
TONIGHT at a !Tram, Market. Church, Cine-3 I H
-.4r. Golw yePresentW.:- ma. Cemetery. A real bargain s a,,, M JOAN L
Kathryn GRAYSON. Van HEFLIN9 The keys await you. ft
Marsh& HUNT In*- 2= Empty Cottage Appr. A4reI
I-. SE BSW- 'THWART gland Petite Valley, Diegq I
I= Martin uear Garden City if
3- SWING SHIFT MA SIF E Piar .m .. S-**MSf1 a
with Ann SOTH..RN, JAmeo t5CisprianiBontevaol Cor ge 3 RAN
wit CRAIG 5 Dwelling. 7 Bedrooms $24,0.0 _ _ __ _
__ _ _ =---- 14 Lovely New Bunsalew JACK CAASE "
Rio RL ITA val cheap! = GLADYS C EO RGI
Val ,A| .................. C IX
New Reo ePnew r ebenft ARM"
E.h.ld...-............. $1_0,1540u
|______ _____ !Shop & Dwelllng .. Barg L ONDO DoiMle OD 4.5,35 py
| 1j"-w m (Possession of dwelllne house) N TODAT 4.4., $ .,--
_n|. *A--al~ -NB TOBAGO, Speyside Estate & "A I ^-
s o a aAssl. In --bob I esm"oe-o-S--c-icepeto _'IARM SUKRGEON eme we aRM Merne oar
!L i m mmS a-tu PU .Pu particulars at ofce.
a_. ,., ,.......tao _-TOBAGO Bloody ay- ap.. w' aes. ELLISON TILL WE MEE
SMIM 11at t M = 4V7 acres .......... Bargan Jae WYA.T
am a fm -a TOBAGO. Lis d'Or appr. 00 a
c.es ........ Bargain and AGAN
1 ITOBAGO jimhim Estate
500. -"n" I j ..... ....."la "CYCLONE ON |n
~...... ........ $Sime Jo
THE BRTS AN s oD ar a t,,. t z ,r. ,,, HORSEBACK" HpeBogart, Jins Le
i! a~ bra d'A ad ja(m11 I TIN 11Om'fy wr W.71xv
Eing Station) ....... a
ALLIED MERCHANT ,. 1,Fis..- ,juaI" .. | NIGHT"
QuaLED y Stee ..... 5... -I "Uh --II--, ,.. oU,

OF ALL TSRIn" -L... y NEW =San Fernando
NATIONS 111 Lg Ckretu TODAY AT 4.46 & 9 P.-
ST A N-IRADR ad ............ $14.S0.0
--owner earing Co-emy- 0PAUL LUKAS)
_B0101 offer. AND
Tasa't Cottage-O'Co-no
Tnigt ............ C THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS
Open- Moonlight C ........Cha. -I B n O c m )
CONCET aatd~--Nor -- 2410 ,-O- &NO ONDEGA nlllm
I A ONjE T 1-0 sr -..ms m Mw
nTH Trinidod Police Bond .. -1,. --a-n Fr.aU.4
cS ~ n^. r -.W ^SS Ki~~XEiviiSan Fermaan'K
30o p. Sharp La Sie Lst ss- d '
Ho...," A C'.s ,L"ous Gin. PTmm s 'WHITE CULIFFS OF DOVER
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kitess Hit 275 For 7 In Bonanza Final

1. Stollmeyer Knocks Up 87 As

Q19 Reply To Invincible's 62
00- aO b 1y a splendid oeof oC 7 runs by Jeffrey stollmeyer.
1ss1 frk "A" knocked up 3T2 runs for the loss of seven wickets
al U kg 8i o k 's D psW a it innings tally of C runs as the
1-- flGt lams oricket final' 4Mtinued on Sunday at the Queen's
t OvL. 4--- --
0tolmey0 and Prank Pa DWnU
opened an asault on the Invingt Atto 0in
~Packs 1421bs
btabomlers.- j UL ALt lcl ^
0rd and D. Jwcblr-~ cat< j* P2 Slbs
led the Parkte score twoaO
eitt for eight runm to 14 runs
*fare the West Indian batting Prima Doanas with two "0"
ylist stepped o n h l wicket withu clam victories in the ba," will
= score r us 1 Sht r t o' t shoulder top lmnpost of 1421b.
voted century'. n thp Belmont Handicap ive fur-
Walr's omtruMtlons was a wel-' longs race, wnen the T.T.C. Sum-
lltel U runs. meeting resumes on Thursday.
A o ta appeared asU If the Mrs. M. M. Marcel' "' half-bred
| a atsmc' could do no wrong, nm.e will be packing 161lb.
the spectators present .wVor more than the next heaviest ani-
ted to some re.ly high-cla mal DarlinF, 1326 -in the race,

eflrey was his usual self, cut-
, diving and hooking with anI
01e ehis own. while Walne
other end gave a goo# dis-
a f orthodox tting and wo
no means dwarfed by his part-
's brUlian
With the disaminal of this pair,
e other Parkites turned in good
ores, and at the drawing of
tumps the Oval team was in a
ell-nigh invincible position with
eir score standing at : runs
r seven wickets.
Bet Invincible bowler was Mel-
d SouBa, who returned the
na analysis of three wickets for
8 runs in 28 overs. D. Jackbir
ok two for 65 In 26 oves, and S.
iAll one for 73 in 19 overs.
The match will be continued on
The scores follow:-
NVT"-OIBIX--st Inrnnp ...... 62
QUEN'S PARK--i. Innings
H. tollmneyer lbw. b de oSouzr 6
. StoliUmeyer it wkt. b
Superw-d ...:.............. ST
Waller o N. Sookrark b All .. 53
Bumrnett e Asgaralli b Jackbir i1
Murray e and b de Souza .... 16
Trestral not out ........... 16
Wood e N. Sookram b de
SOMx ........ ............... 4
Muray b Jackbir .......... 15
Galt not e.t ..........,..... 29
Extras ....................... 3
Total (r wkts.) ...... 275
0 :4 W
de SOw ....2 7 56 3
SJackbir ....... 26 7 65 2
M. All ...... 19 1 73 1
A-gai ..lll 4 0 20 0
S.en .ad ... 2 10 1
,Sookram ... 4 0 1i 0

arine Square
ennis Results
Resua$l o< y resto matches in
Marine Squae Lawn Tnnis
0. Thaw ot fVm from P. PAm-
-1, 6-1.
L. De2V=UX won from R. Hender-
n 6-0, 6-0.
F. Baslord won from 0. Fabro
4, 8-2.
H. Nothnagel won from A. Tras-
6ra -1, 6-3.
The fixture for Tuesday at 4.30
L. will be:
1. Llanos vs. N. Nothndi.rel.
W. oentwrviue Vs. 0. Montes de
At8._ A. Fafta plays A. DA-
3. Forionel plVW# T. Ichlplseth.

but tans still believe that the
daugt r of Tom Pearson-Bella
Donna will once again trounce the
Weights allowed arc as follows:
Belmont Handicap-Five furlongs
-flying Sparker 90, Cinderella
1C', Colleen 1. Air Girl t3, Experi-
ment 16, My Boy 119, Resentment
100. Dusty 120, Democracy 107, Mine
Sweeper 124, :-ard Luck 100 Sim-
ple Simon 117. Patience 54.
Whir.wind 100, Silver Native 105,
lower Girl i0S. Coquette 109, Eas-
tn Morn 60, Prima Donna 142,
y Again 108, Darling 126.
& aIr Handicap- urlongs:-
r Abbess 128, Greenwood 131,
Scarva 126, Samn Lord 133, Jetsam
125, Lasy Daisy 108, Brown Bread
131, Pearly Olow 128, Forerunner
112, Carnival 105.

Consolation Sweep
following is a list of the winning
numbers of the Stand and Ground
vonsolation six-penny sweepstake
for the first two days of the .T.T.C.
Stand sixpenny consolation on

1501 ........ $310.00
D 1718 ...... $280.00
1. "108 ...... $248.00
D 10 ...... $218.00
D 2865 ..... $188.00
B 4256 ...... $155.00
A 1740 ..... $124.00
2 137 ..... $ 93.00
1. .... .. $62.00
B "79 ........ $32.00
Savannah consolation six-pen-
pennies sweepstake on Thursday:-
B 2301 anc G1303 .... $540
G 2643 and C 107 .. $265
A 3N" and E 153 .. $134
B 510 and D 563 .. $65
G 2687 and D 2391 *. $35
E 1494. and F 1280 .. $15
Savannah consolation six-penny
sweepstake on Saturday:-
D 203 and A 201 ., $680
C 806 and G 1388 .... $340
C 737 and P2106 $170
B 178 and E 3135 $80
C 3785 and D 3368 $40
D 2305 and E 3460 $20
Savannah carried their over-week
score of 128 for eight to 134 In the
Slazenger Cup final at Queen's
Royal College ground on Sunday
attenoon, hen skittled out Bel-
mont for 50.
Belmont are fighting back.. for
later on they bowled out the power-
ful Savannah side for 78 runs, Boy
&ea, their opening bowler, claim-
ig five wickets for 23 runs.





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Greenwood, D. Barlowe Takes Cycling

PearlyGlowFit Honours At South Sports

For T hursday "1 o-1 P1rb161 heel
B A 8AM r WANM=, JWy .-Ouriniwton Barlow, ace Barbados wheel-
my miman now dfial here, won two of the "A" clan cycle races to
By OB onry off major honour from a star-studded field of cyclist, in a
hBoth Greenlwood and Pearly Glow sport nutting featured with some hair-raisit finishes at Skinner
have SudIieIently recovered to raee ..-. ,.....,. ............ .
on Thursday. and further inteziest T an < " _, .
will naturally-be added too he 10" The meeting. rooted by MIL CYCL ("A" Cla: "0. Terry
class bunch by their welcome re- George TerryO one Trinidd' .ba s.wllim.
Uapperane. taorwtuntely. the leading cyclist, and Vivian Moore. 1- YAR DS FLAT ("A" C&Sl: It.
situation is not eased but some- was very greatly enjoyed by all., es N.r .3B.Thon.
what increased for the poor punt- Tbe event., except in few cae. 2MIEL CYCLE rB" Class): I B ers. were n hotly contested and very I AliIti. 3 Mclean.
It cannot be claimed that there often only the eagle eyes' view of 448 YAR) FL.AT (Open): i P. 0. Wi-
have been many upsets on the flrst the judges could decide the win- son. s R. Medford, 3 Meuse.
and second days' racing, but a few ners. .I MILI CYCLE (Intermediate.: 1 IX.
of the finishes, especially with some n This was particularly so in the Mendota, 2 C. Nion. 3 H.. B.arlowe.
placed horses, lead punters to he- nine-mile cycle event, the climax- M 31 TECYCLI'C(A"AlClass)i 1 D .ar-'
lieve that there ara still many Inf race of the sports, and as le. M. rry, T. OConnor. Lap
problems ahead, when searching for the arbiters consulted each other r-ie C y
problem YARD$S FLAT RAC (opeon): 1 P.
winners on Thursday and on 8a- crowds gathered around the 1tn WilsOn, 2 H. Graham. 3 R. Med-
turday. arguing in fits of treat excitement ford.
As I see it the fellow who "spots as to whether O'Connor or Bar- M WIL, CYCLI ('B" and Intermediate):
'em" can almost count on financial lowe was the victor of the event. I W. Mendoa, 2 H. Nelson, 3 o.
recovery If he is already down, O'Connor had won the hearts Smith. ,
while the poor uy who fails is just and admiration of the crowd, In I MILI CYCLB(LdlesL : I Elaine Ne.p-
tuna. I A. WIllfam,. 3D. Larods.
doomed o further disaster, this race. YARDS FLAT (open) at Heat: I
I understand that there are few After the bell, Barlowe took the Pierr. willlBams,p3 West; 2nd Heat:
puntenrs who have beaten the mu- lead, which he maintained for 1 'Tul, BrA'thwalte. 3 'Thompson.
tuelsa on the past two days, but I half the distance of the track, but 9I1nal 1; Tull, 2 Pierre. 3 Thompson.
met only one who is a racing man. O'Connor, moving up brilliantly I MILE, FLAT (opan: 1 M. Ramiohn.
I expect the others who scored from behind, outrode the Bar. 2 H. Graham. R, .. Brathwaile.
would not know Portora from Sun. bados ace like a flash only to be HALF-MILCE CYCLE C("A"' Clas IT.
O'Connor. 2 'L. Terry. 3 D. Barlowe.
shaft if they saw them tomorrow, overtaken by his Bimahire rival TUG-OP'-WOR: Fire Brigade (1.11. de.
and there Is quite a bit of differ- less than three inches from the tes.e Special Reserve Police.
ence in the colour of these two. finish. NILE FLAT RACE (Open: i M. Ram-
With the Southerners moving i n This feat was spectacular, and john. 2 R. E. Brathwaitt.
Is late as they did, there was lt- added to the lustre to the many MILE CYCLE C RACE Ol'peni: D. Bar.
tie opportunity of gauging the tforn close finishes, witnessed In the Iowa, 2 T. O'Connor, G.' Terry.
of their horses, and of the 13 races previous events. ----
ran they have won six to Port.of- Among the winners. Sergea.t I d he
Spain's five, with Barbados secur- Tull was seen to nose out L. Is fln hess
ln the remaining two victories. Pierre in the 220 yards event, C e
To those of us who are down but while the quarter-mile chmpion Games Results
not necessarily out, the come-back Wilson in his usual easy atrlde G R ul
campaign seems a complicated beat Caroni's Medford in theour chess players won their
project, but we may rest assured yards Into second position, but won me In the third found of the
h lefiesmi thedividendsd f th
tat some lovely dividends are yet the 880 yards from Graham In a Island Ch championship gamnrs
to come, If only we can unearth hair-raising finish. Mannie Ranm- played off last week.
a couple winners, from what pro- John carried off both the three- E. 0. Martin won a hard fought
mises to be a more exciting but mile and the one-mile races, while encounter from J. Kernkraut. that
definitely a more confusing third In the absence of the topnotch lasted somewhat over an hour, un-
day racing, sprinters, E. Jefferson won the 100 til Martin broke through the de.
Let's take the "A" class lot. yards in a close finish from -'ed- fences in the centre of the board,f
Sugar Lady, the Ras and Glen- die and Thompson, who copped and then closed the issue with some|
eagle have showed consistently second and third berths respec- forceful combinations.
good form, but we have that great lively. B. J. Bedell was the se-ond win-
little creole, Pippin, coming in, and Among these giants the most ner. The latter player moved with
our trouble does not and there, as thrilling finishes were witnessed, care, and took up some stubborn
Sunshaft is not likely to notify us and Barlowe had the honour of positions, but later however, he had
before hand when he will give of edging out both Terry and O'Con- to give way to Bedell's concentrate
his best, nor will Portora ssignify nor to carry off major honours attack.
his intentlon In advance of leav.- from these contestants. Abdou Sibga battled R. Remain
ing the brrier with the field The prizes were distributed by and won, in a slow paced game.
With the exception of Anemone's His Worship the Mayor, the Hon- George Stanford had an even en-
brill"ae effort In the last mile, the 'ble Timothy Roodal, who express- counter with N. Carlsbad, but in
"D" class races have not provided ed thanks for the promoters to the the end game play, Carlsbad gra-
inue bn largegdually lost ground, and Stanford
S pbut Pickin a winner ae thering that attended the forced the Issue to victory.
opany is more than meeting.I All other games were postponed.
likely to fur nish five to one In any The results were as follows: The fourth round ftxturca for
race, it MILE WALKING RACe: 1. Ameba r,
The2C'. ev e w e 0 Alloyn, 3 J. Brown.. Tilme: 2h. Wednesday are: Hest No. 1
The 7 leave me wondering lo0n. I. Kernkraut plays B. J. Bedell.
whether war Lor and BaOcen I MILE CYCLI (Novice);: ley 2 A. Lyons plays Ayoub Sabga.
have gone overboard, or Chinkara Atkins, 3 Gonsalves. Dr. A. G. Francis plays F. Thom-
has now trulok her best fbrm. l00 YARDS FIAT ("B" Class): 1 a05o
Transmitter' Surprisingly good Thompsn, 2 N. Praddle, a .Ioote. D. D. Campbell-Williams plays
gallop ma be a prelude of "things 1 MIL CYCLI ("B" 1 Class): I Bille, A. Kernkrautit.
t ocome,, Iorl -;w M3rtln-on bye.
to come,a or Whjtstable really 1 MILE CYCLE (Intermediate): IH.E0.Martin-a&bye,
means b tiness f raom now oywardw. Menioza 2 C. Nelson, 3 H. Barlow.
Whether Captain's improved aow. I MI tLE IC L oing may cause him to lose his li- Oresor-, aI Gromn, w y. Dr. J. Sturm plays F. W. de Ver-
den certificate before the meeting where the handi-aie omeiinto teulll.
is through? And finally we have the pitur. 1W fr m l lhas been G. R. Martin plays N. Carlsbad.
the promising Mennrq. Sunray and salapl pedr but can she sore R. Rmain plays Stanford.
Thumbs Up in the handicaps to again If asked to shoulder lst,. Qas plays N. Callender.
come. Here is where a long shot or more. when some of her old obb play Abao abga
awaits the expert. companions are relieved of their -
So far Pdrim Donna has rather weight for age impost which they South Council Plans
bossed the lowly G's, but here is failed to carry Into place.
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Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
S_ ASAN FRNANDO, July 3 -- The
last Thursday authorized the
REMOYv ALb NOTICE Borogh 3unci In sesio her
/ Hon'ble Timothy Roodal, Mayor, to
negotalte with the Ho:,'ble T. M.
WE HAVE REMOVED TO K a1 for the purchase bv the
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; i th P.d* ,i hi> s tFre bath L*" .-i. i-ifi --r- -- -- ----oitsspa~cl .. C.u. ite W"( r*th... lub. trbato. 'Ij Saai l B 'iISr Ltree' ***1E THOROU 11 Iw 'BEvtfl'U'* n nri iin H mS rrt Sn iA nvU M A C .La o
"ea,~o .arttfAdamsz. Brige* Tratuirete ed. Par,. 200- ANittla Ju 3W4 Rigs eno frtbe felncnbu 10t
al E'.- if t X a -. s' ~ a-m- "I AiO- 1Jb ~ -' '' "' ans [Cncet 3onitos sar~. ILD" Brid. fro COMO Etarl Fll Sk t eiiaiitrbne, adsoen' ol
QM;aL SERAN WEe CPanALS its Ierun pars cAaTEs tobTneeOnIi iesjudc.Oes~liythr a vse a u
Appr NS ll tio *.aus ez i.-J" O-5~Pr Aterr T. 1`11 UNa Ora sIwQA WfiRdnl MOu SE. general Mltt YDR 4J L ICr tReet TOPM AE

1.1 "* t PO A"* Bl' iXJi L'" a titll-"1'1 it% BAY ITU DO) t.,5l-,i Wr. atllu.oe Mr.00 -uac .111 MIif t.~ Lata'"'lca Tt qo P1 .11 0' teders' Cirire 190 Order I B '.Rbo itb erosw onm s s cClrc voi tn of er4 bloodr and d y enie nth ..
QUO" 6u" : plb~m* u t -Jullr, A. a eiiioy t heA be~uia ul tlrenadits esx 1 A.6 New t &A-iHane dra a Pu p fr L reicriin I treet -JulyAri Ma e ofe .aa

S SA - 4 t P a !etc 1r CTIr ottt r -iiiy B14o Price e s C; JL a tE iJtAMIN. Ilel. 34 ak B Lst reor us BeEuiC E

t **RS *.0 15't ...D J t*iy f ~ ,*.lt vso...ot uraa sirs-c 6RA. L-A _____________________ 4rtl ~ iS~tc. L* B .-J .y t.G.i.lo the^f Town Cler I Sn i.the lotatutory U. t.A) sweeper.**-
t&Ln P1KUX4 UH.ANO &B TocKKEEXO ;r-PA'fct utt an." SJAuiilT U ITAR.1101 cuiDlO Cauiibe shenx sielgaturi i I A lt-ad Steet .e.. VitD *u.1 H---- BRDPL aRWltoJaI t~ o thee n ame lof upersons ab-raiy to Ciropa ctic. wadjstens *f hs nc ben sed
toh.. Aw I Se 11-1 14e H Par DATI MLE SM~D A LOON.) Im yWle hUPERr MA RENI "pert 0OS NER no L~ at th Hm.I I 0o illp~ A iul J hoe40. ,4

*oeO JIG. g Da r t 1,4 ta r Z,20I7 T r Lt lb Wuter n tn e idealMa"t? 1eas1 de Res rtn f*0C,,.T WES NIA T tu a e t ttl a t a w Ie d--- Th Chioprcti p c l

IHl.fk M cilBine. ModernTB tonvenences ceisal M Li*rot Stree -" helin am 548W hreby -Aie 'ha may 30'n M a ppet. ct atS ~~j the ..
,f~~~~~o det)'iery chJtS sh 7"ay tf-l4CCarotelaetrt

Ro.S 'P1m CASe. b7 -Jaly, PA RrE IRTiTIiC o'it MIS CL .AULES SP A
loan ON ---O. *biL e .d t adt O LD, COUM. BRIAS MADE tEW t r---------C-Iu .lBalow Lang Cis. J. C.IT O F thte-O F& ug Ls hv 1
YS~~~~~~maA It70 -Jtsit 0o~ II 555ttktte BWAIUJ toianp to.:,s 4= 101ri). ~ ~ ~ .Dtia ia. rix e R
51110 orkrel. 50 Cslc-Brod~. IibB RE ANlail I'"'oc an UnfurnIet Mouse 9T NCRF elOPS? WOeS Worth freer poekhsn ..MEtNSFRSAE- tS.U-Ia h tfo laia m o e f

~It ak23erB Tbiinc~tO Siol~i: C MIMP incusin gooE mnin9m A ulath.*'P C}NP atiobs Apl ily. M-e Ay,_j| 7 Aaorea o ;i tr ir LHauihMm..B *a |sm.wrn's Dio -r, RZONOOK 1st moo ~ Ma4. Office." 50.5 M J jA1 j gFg ia -'- ^^'r;. ^ g Ei,- .,.. eufd.-An. 2.. "^ d^ 3! n
Apply eft a%,- Tri^a wax's .v- AI,; a d. Imortgaged for ;:a& YeImet it,-------- I_ __ __ _ Y our

_____________ L^____________fe'N^ L.CC^^^ ^ ^ Public- Libravy.uu
I't d~ad !bei- 'T n ii~ " ''fti W nRR I* *uT W O IITF PB>>n* v ; lisO-^ 4.; 314. price $1r A ncl> Gur. Sicycle Iilaea^ ll new SS C ;.1 C on gestion of *ie L iver. ^
Fims Wn-.. %00%Ie ~-~ - - -.. -p -~- k2)l^ ^ H KT^ ^ ^ *"B.; OlE C5AFE- >Pa<*1- tTMreUAP real money- Lier B iiuse ss)- it is UIM
FORt SALE'. ROOMu AND SOARs bx ixreaer' Digezt. Autin StricAt, St Leo.s-
VEST CK ea O M- ablraisL ROOMSl~r AVAILABL forel yeipettobl ler~e a. id *tit, 'Phon P;t-ruind Ad
GRAD[Der AHEIN GOAt -,an Ofaea tahelre bodpdny. eCraoengestt -tionW.FA

POSITIO N ?OKA'1O. 2t4 MsboO f aLAsG 8O4B L ReO tro, BirbRgse LOS N TW0Ci dtl S a I List 19" of the liver in t frs
'REaS tORTS ONEc~nb ELEtTRIC PFA-N, Onea LacyE 4AIBD T First. th asiefo hihi

1 ~ 11 D T ir. hg~t f 0104 CO ve.B S heep ^ '^-. nldtgCPin Ist Oft I uite. ~ l y" h CIIv Jdr .-u) 7 sonearor. iorce Ba rr)nu itt~i~f 1i.u14 im a 1 -- Mnd, . R a l
Moe-1ar,: Dodd'sr &zc~L8d S jI, due.SM O
is ee IN. el t A. a t o n g -Jul 6 t m b hM mo at res a .d P frPC' Luna-gell D opbye 9ts o th ilt Etrees, or d isea se o f thetr h ea r a ne c.'e (F o rm-a11 7 q ~ l U

;. f.lt -ci cbr ..L It~o pI n."* <'"' S Zi 4^J 1A.< uto B1d" T-F*<* Ru. III Jn~ r. 'Fa >.A i0L crrM u.^JA R k/ H a. a). A p p->? I. App.) WOT LO I GIMA TH MA I IK? h e fr ,w i I

DORd Two I'oST HOrSd Wir I -oar;ed -re Business Taot No tiea etc ahta. given thii Boaie topless -atiy an drint Tng

Siei Bichs 82B0 bab Pboco 4421. yo^iU twO^T'^^ 12-- L5^T^^1.1 tOX~ar^ 1 01 PAR'AA UU.S dQs byo~tap~ tieheeMa..tln'hCt
yHotel. u. ratc it 1) inltdoiatR R M of iaig sa n foods steel oIt
spig uhaa. ~ ti lase41a-NC AIRYn a nr 1,ersan tA Euro' st-eet f4i) mer
P AA "ttiSUT iip#e with A;e v.e 'horbio es ISO- uly !, I4 ga.. ie teasarled. MOTORS FOR- SALEn. ofrs Bugs Wto h Ct fPot lohlcbveAIi'heSoc
EDIV -"TIOm'"NAL0 ANTECTl STO E B nT Hoo ~pijo Ufa V. K iTryoe,, proritrss Fsa~ at_____________ ITCUa -Povdec TH6 1~M COURT OPL 10LO ORro

dalS and ti. A- ado Poe. 1, WHEN H tLeAt. IN BABAO 16 S p TSIT Juan, Cli se it. James.- a tAr m- m n

XU ITIO N HEN" a san Ferlld Cjk.Tt M5i* *GeDI' Villtn e. u odndr BilaA gtu il ItIr A paired, coUgeLtion wGill be cra 12x zin.&
,1h.. A lDSTBedBAD~ ,j Ba QU~T,-PA TERPL wCAMERA Wslouig or L Po pua rlaol.and aeinalI t40se. '. Martin a ent.,sValliey wuo'e to- take plce TheS~ -if Ian uei- 8do.

:.Brt"."^ ^ ^'a ^ ^ .^^^ a^T.IL1 ,ooipitte in of0 vthe. Town HallM----- Knox S eS?^treet for|
h0 Street 4Ar" 'At 21- iladeo-Ptu ,i I t t iee-Jua Phr acy. otmoda tzam fo r foull ritboys Salinn For f gioin .~i 5roiIwt O.N TH~pttGHBl. Bfirs W n uco frabe feln n b u
esthete. Junuors enAdams. a-s. T1agar5stngRe.pisteibatds &IF A.ato Ps'sIsCOMORTABLE kn M ho one Year o. d bitc Box, 15t" J b a 1944.

A.Nt gta Pn. IS nra ns. c uedan 'Guardi an. L- *-Jul 0.a the' region ofi t1 I ir 3M g the -kuo
Phc = J 1'. l~~e re 4N q E PML US COT1 RE oAb ati hIanrife G, J ;m-hinYnh ereifsre. Turia oI o b irga odin ES14AAIL t aidSin Egg-Bree -etia disurancs.and~ sOLmS- liN 0

I I, f bS S aJdCarsOn WORO fe SSMLR I) H OU ayer O. w 'i 4 t stl \ a atre
61-10 hi.:Ders sid 19ly. Orde Nn Ribbonc 2s Cy Sereet. 131 Crtao
11)mi 71 A k A NIi OVAB ANT,.LD I-, ARA a'.L ,1C i, Estats rilT,ahigher Flonrl SEKVI isvmtnbftholad drpy nde

1i i-Ce e A uidiO" I) the4 Trinidad Walo'S It,. AND POSE OR INT i80. particatesol atcohopliltadayntia See
t R0-dfr 505.- WrATC %la an. Gould C oran I itAUriatri. BCNUALIJW. 1 o2st. "It 4 --- d oltted and w ell een aser \aw Modf t liver. ** Will
jTheue'Meeth I ~ ~ P .1 Andge ednj o the be autifu l enadins a- no. i ngr l nl ee witi t TriNl
50 pm ;ii S unn CriuObieu.- h deolrnCightful 0 can 3 .I BRED~t FULLO"J10 S~W EL)~jtUH E u Ain d to the n m attf ersn o Pf edl oCi~rc~ dutet. a
K atA KIIPVJW au etti.. RE ,n PAXISH M ODERNHT GIA.mm13Af IaSre.Nt.V .$1 EFR

ta uht p. et"s." nces alt. Vinc'dei 'a P ho nate. to 3L Aks, Ce* N.t ^ Ac" Lan a p s nthe useu ber sd DIA NM L L D MCuul
t1; roar hom e. Ifa n. ^Y b t6 the t t o th e T ow n Cler rIn oh an (U S A b;LLT -H
Itafft 4'A;, teacher ,11 punct all OfId Post~r-i a Lhai and AO Desk. HLtd 1 eo t m ia s t irl. g ideal et cat' uarRtsaeretr.aei aua aET -a INDIAN AGN ~treet, PoSTAE 0or Inot. later t age ed 315t dy Tear Chiropractic cocilitt

Pint aasey I ta Soto AtHt(,LllI c ItI Excetllen t ba ,n no P N I Of July. In$. Tha reu ied o. Trinld4, iat Studio. re m Peets. FA-I IJv 1",et at~t-uy .p-Be s. Cles.. 555). fr t agi VERONICAbl PIERR mb iSa, nEuef
~~otL~rs A., Paim ToNE COMPLETE AERltED CHATERCTI ATO~no POfferst It~.10.P. u l tJe

IN 1to t see a Fine saw mati otL b'i'? 1'ATE TOa, RENT iW or Ur lust, a. H, Mat te Xk* App. -"t Outy L, ran HU. L ENt Sf1' oA anda %tutU d sh slay n J p n l Le I
town, No1 rttopo pusit offK SWK BRIARi." MIIAh1C Wilig fro.Wl "o A, Chrot Julybi nex duior-Jul 29 Ow Burgess Lis haeveb 71te thatC SP1
0tcie o lco~. S G~ uarian." -July~i~i FLA r jll Collixd essad, M~e. harav i sri eeon als bbeenn ht d or Ispcton b lge:

I>Ita" .o ^ ^"iry S''re.ir' coniic?. .Joly 23^ ..^.a IS.Atpr** BlmDtCatw* talC. --. Jul> a. ineto to- reir tre's lonm isat alte tleI by orde Aro of Hi H sou th EWB~r.^ /B~'lI 0 ~UaU~
______________ sLAa nRt4D C"OROUGEh-4J PoAn JCtiUJ.L.MA74LPre md

?%Me d' t 5yCJL a CRA.. 0U3. -&Wly) ,"* TW House I olca Resort 'Phone p1lcatl 4. >.at Ar o M M O S Roa I thn public A thte inaO _7 t "ISJda
taleALroTent E IISTO MATURED Phd. Eas .lmeise dispoeSI.y 19e 26 8TONC F GUST&1 HOK S AL -Juh. lyf Pkw3 L~ C-- lc RollE FORE SALE'

C ere.Csan a1' &100 MtWARD Vd all U'l8 "8 hake to mckes coated with l ie o ec of-
01*. i 9^M Sr Sax t rWil monen c a"tile- Shin. "at5. 52. Month Shily for Xa3e Cefl'e te dme All, 0 -e'"i AtSAng,
LIE TOCK FOR SALUtro Nightb akn A R OOMS A VA ILABL.'i for red1~S5s..ow. SleO UNrab8thaiit.

G JlDED Bt ri 0 K Iu o quickly fMc AP E O .Si Cha tt V I o mindpen e a tt i. I .11 I o o nt-' aor **-m. 25- H.--a-d- o. thu rsday. the 27th 'II ,
str PREPtAILE t oth -s it. lam P~o lead-July I A t SMALL .o. Saih* Ju41 SAay ot Juhy, 1944, be;twean t

WE B :B* Dotembe r Pt. a auc Kas~b. Aptly 4 Dke iiret.Meals I 1 01. is HAbrt. 1 eny O t lee L- -U has%
sok aSepinldn Y N'nir)Q B^ ^ ^^ "wSuite. C)P ty-r ut~wtea hairy Clark L riisn

jMfW. Flraya Sia Clio 1, -a 1t am MmI It.to rtb ar ogg ie
fi 11 ihitrtes i A dul t C opos~ i n u w it o riAMng Rashoo $30 a oo.m REOL IAl AGENCY,5 Do Ktle il 1_ eota rrccta.e Bp top re IretPines:.gvn nomto sto terstaet h on f a e-U FU E WT
Wo Cro 3 LARG sUNTt Kih Malt rea&OlSrns'C1 t Ler.gicen souahla. R m orEgi shO Me Ainbert letan atc ii- e~l OacireS --J -yIf~tli D oaim s to e nrol tu m gse s.n ano I iIlad o rn
DOGS TSwoO sf01Ap ly. i" -, SSca Soro.uoh by askin4 forftEa fom ons TU A known and s e as N er TH1G ANzEE
Ci-apSasodI Oasatlas IT Mds*for

r i^* Entn BeUam10 JUly 0 eac. c Cft0 4* 42tl 9 t. Pr'p l 4-i-t. PARKWAY kacl wie sto Kn lot Jlp u )U*-d Loder ca set out their H GTIS Stre-t l and bounde *
-JulyS S.L TA 3N a"W V Cp.SnF~no rw~P ~~andr~t Hotsel lesnbarrts athee. 1An PBI is l- Irtusc Seal 55 e ator.o.te ot ad owo om. '
is.p~n ought"*.! phon YOUR, 44j -1~5' Lf Sptree. *Phone tali -July 14~a !.1,.~ beim mustied be.L erly ofSIO C. al 80o0 nth ot RA Ty iu~
ACADE Y. 2s 1 4"1 1 6 L C TIIC e TOVE, P o net HO.S s a t POePsiry 1 Wodbo uO)R IL DE TAL P RT -UlyU~
Rel eat br oM ainSoo for 00 5 i ott D u on helms. Sisw ay MadI f,3 ils t ai I.:~Oa~ it .4 4 51 i P UBL Q IC E 1*P IecN m otZ Wntc e t a -1 0 a t y l n s f rer lyE C Of R the sai
muptisoneORTBL TYPEWRI*.I b~una. T ER. AiethOCZy Ma ;Asn al To ewn. Scp.. WJcrngh. Iarbado v.a"~ li0 jolf m:E Inas IOeSO AfLd ORINhy in
LESSONSstapa a4* U1k~ H ritsi 1* uie. sheeJ Y4"co oa O ot Juys tttening; t And n ruot 54 as- rasapdae pe .n.SOmbeto K'-egith -ac Sand Fernno
Iou ROARD'" 1" .Sha PaulX-P AT RN LElX o CAE~ 34 CAi t School. Fa r P rl ora Cardts. an. a- d-tQrm dau us .! Loateda biv.1 la'Tow Cef Wsty Hrrs Sre ot, a
oaf.h. Ppl Ko theaml above1 a5r".Jt 3 Wcepted. -Ao "Sinl itlt iucu0 a 0
hiuly iraW y qa lfe sagts br4. e t a mSa rd LASh Ir n teOes hiet: i-. Itd Aelytal Y"11 allLI 4e hreby melat~a ,5 Feno 34 It IM00.
-tabr.Juir a SLUEV rIt READiN its. dngephla teo -July s F.,A F-us Iao share,.L R-OM f or uropas no sex.. CONeO th6 casa.peI D td tis25 a fJn.1
At* oltu stsAn abeab morn. ims cai. Has 821-J~ ; i Athe taas. 7.IIKIY BTREET P o ael tao'et for en- mi leehene. Lil) or UTNRC Il.elMue.~~ts ,ct54 I tser~aouas e JA 1,3 I' 'T R W2/.PU EO C E E W
aueI) "'.lSH CH IR pellin ioeptt"I J'~~ aay de tr ioopr OO 'E~sid by MThird,
chL! RICEnd sr r flte Fes %SE PL cittleM, r f ST. theC~r liTatr. of
4" Pas I:AND lbo ea TO I.tf ia e se tee.W .4I I N
Sti AM'$, 'Villsols WTI -4uHe 31 --ul I iar is clw nghersa tran a)ub. tIe P 1esizd w
SA r NOw BmOYS Htitree 0C, 'HO 01419 TOVREANhTaaeL 14% fla CAR Ti. (,OLD for WtItl toca jJal $1 N. A.mpe X1116 SAN 12M N __ ____F S
o season founat.ion WAC Mbyckite th 9.Bk eOe it M eter-. W At pl C- HOLIfotS tet FOR RE 0N a. *&ae TIrtia l I'SLC -,*,Iyra Cdeatie l S T UR A T E8T UL ,1
SECNDAY CHOL 01K to R UED. Pho e RSA 76114aif I~t :&.,acel Sl5-ia ai.w P Clporner ha lio.JlySha3054 p .
I~ao Ezprl k~bedteet. CA ~Ptm NU -Je'y I Phon AINEWL. tOfurnise.iLodrn a.D Ics DS IAN setk reaurtt ies p nr o w n ortf matr OAioaut e ie m M
At'u ho ameItn theatChity L t so ifIK~ edTQ)&ts o tptd E garage. srathre ledea. rawtjc.'a'dIAiusnh ~ OMRIL ~ t-ra.tn elr. tebe.ewrs ge cas, L ~anq irt-z enry Stree. Po2w1 NIGE LrjLH-UT a w ur C IK N H D I U A FS
# and mu e.cherepunctal sIlid. L guare-tlle. mi st%, Al latm od t ho Ighrtr- AIciI. made? as t. Comes~ 1.*4 Pepaln. elyect Rime the meov daf 21e~C .SW_
Tam 'cu. lael estIng LorPoadana Chetals t R occnand ST. nel- ~ 6V eeta. A pel 6 -ERNIC 5 -- __
Sydneyf Itei 11P" Ce1t-oY S te, e Foe-tni, P OlC Ist Je olseph R441,41 by hise including A" -or
%f eaCL& A P Forinst Rsuct t vrr MNJO5 as, om. -Jixtm .o ra-.po..Oth OneT~ aaTRHA YKs' jVUphoUN. rG rawing A 81 rLA ---1-
"Ph &Ipet.~aaf 4pelelAtl.Ka 8 WES0R MAIN7 ROAD asdl beteI MACtI. eoS'.rcs. Cef Vilsi. $0bIMI SSHerE
acrTeud~atpH 155si1t or~ wrte Theea Secrtary MIT Aply Michl &05m Co.1 No. aa -as'ltt .fI bu e se a li aetteemP t
MuleSito; 0 ipr ig sa ara, C. F e ettica t reeasoft 631 of- JMoo for the1 Pon rights Ys Itloa AdM( P B ICbngvn

on& Ica a a ." We thmsesS piERRs. AN$ FISH BALLS HERRINS In TO
"- S-Jl4. to p Pomm"L at S"-Je4 oft niiHia| | a. r"a- 2 14.:e" -
A 5 0'AB&LE TTZVT&Crb-4 AUXOARX So0 Imem"bin L 711-a. do bw.RIGCO ak, en Ehee. Stave mad ove I ON wuuu28.cinu1a
igiesl a Graduate, 46 ttOey Shee.4 0 agar v ssm. ------ 2113, e"e aSIM, Xa nor 0d U __ m e m e F-eS n Foa i
Wn'-ONE = ;MOO a 4,a,.lweend by esesot. -2Jw 15 1404 I-ir teseoeehi 'at Uschtnr ets
Mmervgiri_ _________. A__ 1* ON-' PSOPMnS FO* SALE mPZ&'f ti an pw 2 Sk le Mrirla D2to pm -- aa iNViAAABTE*S FISH CAKES Cubagna SARDINES
I in tgHa O U S E V w oi ?A Juj
sacuvWul.Goo CEfO V41, 3C7Se 011141 aea Aa JAuCrs-" oy. 'w t Se. Rtal top meat Safe, Liqwaw 8z i 0#-Pleit 5
tuft jakum lessMo ~ edLme.2 a. tet catnet; 2 China-Cabine1 Gro
"* e 0 cu Clew So"a Apy. J V Kint-'-_______________
MI_ Wae.-JUWs. togm a CORSO 5us.- sa" reana-e- e-s -2o3 BureaS; Wardr oe
a-mou ba t Jov ScoO erad.Sod b-TO C 3 Mt'r Dead p ~ n ate ;F L
Bethe advi ')"wry Oweriamalmilaa-s o. enoft. Apm_ SoWea Ieezen-L 14 H4*1 01 ul1
00 WOOLOw -ameada np er21 CavM vsh YR sousa sme Leoi LTan 55754 P gdo n Mwr.R IN SjtI
; c ivia-a rim^ -K 0"000a I=,; T^ ^.c 0 a-;a; t spid 150 (_
PaPat~s WUREDI 200410 ootwi Lweetau

RIJNe .*a in. Qm. l ate. :,Lm J5. &c n.l - v
~ ~ ~ M. l uma s hoe tr eat ed b ~bar a 11 em wa o rs~ C emr aAm
arule mre nrp 1,r 3I %.M a51a: an rwisa*m*j"
lum "01. a~u n vew anday Fio t
"ASAKaft. Jul e a" man"Am, SAW vocawt, Gow -)sty Iwo ma ONft of Bak.
*-LAID "ms" I af Mir 4010 AJ. mw IS Cash an P 1U eC m e-
"WStan: s ag ft% Sets igh6,, On e CSTOt ge414*01JU 616 9 ain papa- b"hStUmes
I"_ .mb a eeete i ftft l am SAbt'w ecjgr ls ea D 16 1' thadUit *h day at "Wm. tHUl
*SineeBW SeWS.ya*s 3s0^. SesAp.y 2le. bar^*sr^ DDun lb Set Jene 11 yeq'a^ H&J. A-, **
5a An ae e 5j Ces am MVPOVT.E c^Auea o 4. 1 40 46m. -* e
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