UFDC Home  |  Search all Groups  |  Digital Library of the Caribbean  |  Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library  

Trinidad guardian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00699

Full Text



' *1


MW Hw. 1Sh1ISwIt tI U T* iS
1 i mWLK AS COCOA 3 ramm Tie s -....... ..
_ __33. _I IPITONA
J ifbTiuf - .c. ga 4 **e **...... .
i ANNMG & C0., C 8A onUMt
C O., AW No. M, VI= "M. -M MiM.MDAD, &W.11 WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1944. ?RIU: FOUx CR fu CAMNNiM CCg ITS

British Take Twin Allied Drives New Gains SwiftlyMoving Red Army

Ukhrul Opened On. Both In Italy Capture Polotsk And Point
Japanese Sufer Noi flndv Fl Allied Troops Move dpture Ulons And I
V Lom In Fight l IlUUlIJ Forward Against t741...
WDY.SLVROM HXADQUART3S ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY r Resistance tA d \
CCyLON. July 4 (AP) Juy* &AP) In gains Of up to fOur miles. U41ted Stat.. troops to- By NOLAND NORGAABD S earhead LAtmIL C ity O f L V,
'lou!i t u nArLs Ia irter an- day stormed and cleared two a i .o man a h o A y du Puit R OMtE, July 4 (AP).-The Allied A C O Vi
modthat aritift end todayofrmie reitoureto newttan___
oun e that Breitu and Imperial h stabbed In to within a mile and thro-quarers of thie cracked armies registered new gains
in Japanese base north of I- *western anchor of the German line, while on the east flank British eight miles along the entire IW-
andmy Infightedg casatiesn and Canadian advances merged on the last high grow.d within three imi wide Italian front.oer of
ring ^ ra-&Usk coming_ the bite resta Nazis Yield Ruins o Saipan
ies around that town. males O the heart 0l Caen. German suicide units In some s e Ro-Tn Nan A Sm l
l"b. victory in the Manipur HillS The communique announced that4 i tore. L-v11111M ,, .1 "k, 101V _.
hge India border the Americans were continuing to e a g The wermas oaed werce battle anne ,
11D0n at American troops advance after taking Dsnnievflle, A m ericans In France A mericaa~ gteIfnr~a osc m aw eee mn.,":,. .,
north Burma surrounded and St. Pew Deslande branckelands' Celebrate Fourth Of July stabbed northward from botquered
1tro1d- the'bes'JAIi who at- and La Poterle. although the Ocr- stabbedtorthwar15rm onque D
toP~trato th ai0,11 mas s. wer fghinbckheg-by r"ia to wihn 5mie>o h 5-Day Strike ^* ?iCrum ln g
lt t tanerte base atrM- ans were aro ting back hedge-by-I By HAL BOYLE outskirts of the big port of Livorno. i C u.Il
eld at th Japsan g at M .hedge around one it t how hlll-~_" SAINT 8AUVER L VI- Similarly, hard fighting came In --
i^ n. guarding the city who"e fall ap- th ighth Army's im at mo- By EDWIN SHAN En ard Occu
In heavy rain fighting continues peCae 1mminent. p OMTX, France. Jtly4 tAP,- the Eighth Army's immaiate mop- EUDW hiIAN E O u
e* arpd imminent. Aping-up areas north of Traslmeno STG7 KhAZUuvi, Jui% 4 kAP> -c
Sthe villages around Ukhrul. The It was disclosed at S.H.A.E.P. Promptly at oon to.ay every where some German units held out Copenoagen giaduall reiturnea to Railwa Station
emy suffered cstualtles ix mln that the infantry was lxiriag the American 'gun in action in to the last man. notmat alter tne oanes wrung! O K sn o
the northwest and six miles to brunt of the whole west flak and France sent a shel! screaming iReuter stated that Keeltring concessions tiom me Nazi occupa-, Of
northeast. In the southwest that the Germans had temporarily into the German lines In cele- is becoming Increasingly sensi- tion authortieb alter a tive-uayi Of koiitSntnIv
ore Is itIng around the ret n back 8t Jore, in the only ration of Independence Day. tive about the Fifth Army's drive genera, stribLe. It,. itporoa the l B RS
ue at the 12 mues from thretI t thus fari to the Americans' Weaon rom nttle3enn up t up the west coast and in reported uermans promised, j 1: Witl-. RBFu ..3ehI U1rth ALoD i tA TR a
nd aave moe twin Alie attacksmade ofmhe july 3 t^^a -' 1 P2e
kehrul on the Imphal Rid. In 20.mfle front of advance. metre p iece tothe hem11vie thiN uT
e northern villages prisoners were metre pieces to the heaviest east to meet the threat to Leg- from the streets and negotiaton
t aen d a transport covoy esuc- what the upe Commaud de- riles joined lIn a great chorus, horn. The Germans on this on the late ot the corps. which I pieceQ we.O c-
,,hante Sum oma il des, 6amcmm
ultv machine-gunned. An iso- cribed as steadyy and nitislactory" while there were ii-p. .mptu west coast sector are fighting the Danes charge as being respon- "i" Laivian Ooroer, eae1day aftcr
ted enemy post Is still hold proress. "tsr from thouaI g ma- back furiously but the American sible Lor h ri anominuiu- tecst of
tdeeypsissilhldngouitp best frm...ad. fM-sbelo h.rcn dsresi
ahordung, east of the Kohuum- The Americans reached Banche. chine guns. troops have battled their way Denmark. 12) Lifting ot curlew in, i, u'*.t
forward four miles beyond Co- the near ure. No reprise oter y drove
Road. TroopS- ving east lands, one and three-quarter miles - orwar our mile eyon C th near futu No repia .a n- I- w wu d vioia
Iminpal reached :Leiring, ~ n~orth o~fLaoduisnd cina. It was disclosed today that because of the strike. k4 halt oto Ll~t. an p"Moltit -
LA r e d Inph lring twnorth of d a Polye du Puils and oc- the drive on the western coast the city tran.portatiouo t t - -. . lLO Ulic y at i4hc ancien0
i/les from Imphai capturing two cuufed I& Poterie, three miles east[ ..l..,.j. , has been carried out by Polish 9 p.m., insteia of 11 p~m., aL the serla i
and 2 men. Near Bishen- ofhe city, and St. Remv Delandesl a ns troop. In the Adriatic sector quest of the tramway personnel. V ltS` Clv 01 iL'O (V0a.
the enemy evacuated positions three miles west of tMe dty. -r p. the c oGermans have been putting rs p. 5te o ofs Wr pn Ctea
Sbeine bhell by artillery The Americans made the advance o1 I n counter-attacks all along the open fr e on innocent ss -. bling ali alng t r
ol onage],the A rabadunde drippinskies. persons or gatherings unless a Tta0 a-
a*--- tr bein o shelled by artiy Thet Amrians madaneru theadvac wU holon a r fleMdia coship gs ale a ln.1 thae d 87 Dane klled animy~ln,"al *s, .1 & rW btllvlt t"hrog sprselyn
e i, the stl'i yderbd. under dripping s s, line of the Muzone River in awep is carried. ....... wa. .a
..... ... i.s" carried. b. lmee yu t g a
egiLmentinflicted casualties on the do l si.c a r isbid to stave off the threat to the Copenhagen's morning newspa tnt is
my. In the Araoan patrol on V r ..SON TAKEN e port of Ancona. These couter- C opera ared orin g small format sa -seted lake Country southwest o
sides are active. Briish troopy protecting the c n- attacks have been repelled, p All Nf ot us. soldiers probe the ruins of the Japanese %agar rflnero on Poi k ad occupied te raway
paw n R lt St tla flank, advaed ang the terview The French drove northward but ot hers did no. have sufficient Saipan Island in the Marianas after the ucer-ful laildine an station of Kointintv, 48 mile
t north bank of the River don to from Siena in the direction of manpower to rt. Shops also June 14. Aerial bombing left the refirore batteredd and burn. thi rad
Of Fence, i te pushin g began reopening and arovfpshons are Ing. (AP photo from Signal Corps.) I ottn..ve, iagiannafla army
l O take Verson, four miles southwest The "+rnida.d Guardian" unuoer- only long enough to raise flak over entering the city after the three- ta --- also captured more than 300
KANDY, CEYLON. July 4 TReu- of Caen. stands that six Trinidad applicants the' city which was unharmed by day German siege was tilted yes-ohe Stric
)-Ukhrul wasin the hadqtuarters The British advance o. coupled for the medical scholarships offered Allied guns. The commander an- terday. Une S Tas ,- centre of Mycer wt
t Japanese force which man- with the Canadians, turned out Wet Indian students under the nouneed that the smallest possible The Germans annunced a Chiang Hails U.S. ete oALtdi M
withyto theol Canadiansl "Wf 0^ turned *outWetl Ind ia studentsNund t er St.he n rvounc y been th vie hv Teawdhrdo'vrsn (1 J ITTellai ltcd tI^0teedsuum lGran
t ais time tor cloe w eh roadn what was e dangerous a.Wed sali- Colonial Office Medical Scholarship garrison was left at silena. timated 87 Danes killoted handa a i U te Latvian bo wrder.
Kohima to Imphal. PoumU .nent t subject to constant German scheme were Interviewed yesterday i Followiny the capture of Siena, wounded as result of street de- On Independence Day (Accordin to the R-d At dy
troops in the peat few *1y5 counter-attacks Into a firm position by Sir Rupert Brieriliffe. Medical Reuter sates, these French monstratioam since Thursday. Eir- Sinks Th e the speed ou
vs been cloillg jn on "his from ar.' placed the Germans lin an un- Adviser to the Comptroller of West troops have cut the road leading lin also declared that Denmark's CHUNGKING, July 4 4AP).- newspape Red otar Rsutaer
At ht n h rin I comfortable salient, of their own Indian Development and Welfare; to Arezo some eight miles to the rilwy system was partially crip- C aGvanceis getting hatew than evetr





ac*st flight --g InAV heavy(; rainna in ArT the newsp'letr ImnidA Insdcin o ieya- ht 4eey"lnswr fot
th e worsl John Nidi on th o eun n. tor of Medical Eervices,' and Mr. Italy today says that the main several lines, but it is expected congratulatory message to Prt- overrun at MinS. The





the wold Joh^n Nilon. the--- Cae7n.i says that the main rftlellao t epa ad e toed0 tegrun t nihrFis olctv fth uoa
.it0. reporter, In a depstch Canadian troops, advatiing un- Robert Patrick, the Director of forces of the German Fourth ihat traffc will be restored on sident Roosevelt and the Amer- maa ntr d the Wrsap T, int
mov ike toavalanhe.Gra rn
a n the bills U a p der a l11 of mortar fire, to ur- Education. Paratroop Division are now In Wednesday. can people on tIndependence It Ha ul a A t o the. row to
vin of this tle Japnd se piqu by storm and drove on to the Those interviewed were Mr. B-r. position on Highway Two with cBig Explosions In Aarhus DysadihkeCinsAP R ea t W ho t lroe boatoa l ion
a flof tnseiu e hn nard L. Warner. runner-up In the orde to blmck the Allied ad- gEx n In Aah utsf Day, saido: nThough China iWs rEAR A tlh oe A b to Aad
sintv Chindits have rejtnedour By noon yesterday, on ly small scholarship in 1941: Mr. lNoble asr- Vance north of Siena. Meanwhile, Shows All Not Ye. Quiet fow udioin
focsIunBatrry ea f~u eitne sale u nrcdne dia iisanucdti German re~giments have been
forces C init Burm ater rov e te oo Nex resistance were o tll yar, who last year took the sSC. Arezso Itself, the big highway hardships and trials in the ter- morning that in an American naval layig down their arm and
S enemy occupied territory or holding out in the southernmost degr,' in a pre-medlal course at Junction on one of the main ,LONDON, July 4 (Reutefr-The rilic struggle with a ruthless
months on a wrecking a h- hangars. McGill University. Montreal. Can- roads to lorence, is directtly German-controlled Danish radio aggressor, we firmly bellve that task force raid 800 mnila south of atar4oning their leaders on a
rThe thews of General Sir der- ads, and now an acting Assistant threatened by Eight Army forces says that an explosion described ,-s with the encouraging support Tokyo th.. ee Japance destroyers scale eot oseca ie tailwnad.o
etn. During that time They n ners ofaeneiver ter at Queen's Royal College; driving up the Chianti Valley "'large-&.ale" took piac loday in of our Allies ultimate victory At all cr~ssroads RU5tan o er
rohe 00le kiln M r triet bs t eh a no it.erereestcknSr hadm rtdbAa ereC are handing out strips of paper
Sbdmore than500mieskln nard Montgomery's offensive drove Mr. K. Assing, Mr. Rtssell Barrow, northwest cf Lake Trasimeno, Aarhus nd adds that materials will be achieved by us In the were sunk an wt tbe ades ofer i l
oundin 5apnee b a datu er thrust toward then e heart and Mr, P. 0. Williamns, son of the and Allied spearheads were last of great value were destroyed and not distant future. T tl h ee nwp t
d e nem, e raen Qu e es R nd aeria e-a the that thet *diotinytuores Toot ogthee shisseerlslmno and oith the arprisoers toase bsbt
and desGerman fence perimeter Director of Agriculture, all ex- reported only eight miles from that the possibility of sabotage Is several more dame-vu r t soes and f
new Fro ber e Caen and .threatened thwde Queen's Royal College Tst fudents; the town. The forces which anot excluded. kh rle f t ao the ora d cn oOema
Laying booby traps. The Conf- enemy strongholds farther sout and Mr. W. Nuns, a former St. had previously been divided have The Swedish radio's version of The Iiaslands attacked were Iwo the roads c me
scram w the gatwa Beto Breeny Ufle, ed bynfuhn atertks the ad qul s a rte ofi theEu atio rtpantes t ofeA l'ih. Lak .-^ --GoenpttaeImdae Tnshafo Lhw torher they hov bol- e"l vmeS,.
it i& from one of our strog- slog the Odon. Mary's College coy now on the now Joined up. To the no the explosion is tt part of the Jima and Hahalima in the volcano farci n 0 40 teS
Woodal he gatewy to n my Supported 'by tanks, oar psti oaf t of the Education Department. west of Lake Tral eneoxo- thi1 part of tery M edical lin in the vocn t rerpinA theNy T A
mt ll Dep0.t v started tshe att at Ol harbour collapsed and gasometer& group just south of Boa.nin Island.I., tObhrv an Mtho ra.
and AMr w covered nt a t t t Itdait is understood that the n-li been o i cg wl a stryo ns and ware- that at there pe rt rate of advance
e first 1 d and three hours iter in A cants were interview mainly i 0 TOn"ltr ch cagh a sy wll. as thae build Tae ous r Isaltonsbed w arre- h sa M sot
g^ n into Chin twice during ,000-yard advance on ;. several about their quallfication but no overlook the valley running gSwed-h a dio .Is0 says that thours- D ec isVion hts wr bc the Tiiusslan b 5o.
klotng march thousaend-ard front had routed promise was made to them of north. Sd so ai raysbased 'planes and shelled by cruis- hiow distn fndd E ad P i r
party vas made up of men the Germans from Carpiquet. scholarships. ends of windows were smashed and ers and destroyers. Twenty-five the wee. The sensational advance
lMayprt, of Britd most of At the Sa time the lb'itish mr- fit Rupert Briereliffe Is on a visit telehon ci ..o. communication with n oi g t Japanse 'planes were shot down north andsoto Mnkw ie
being members of the fa- ed'out protective flanking sweep to Trinidad for a general discils- G i7 .;us was broken. O for the loss of six American air. as equa to u
}m many at, oBrtirnkos ofA t the otlie Tfnim e plsweep r- r eRstro frir Japan- Buchiront ao visit- N thoe soution Nowian o t and s u3th of Minak wa clte4r
somth taffordibire Regiment tiong the Odon east of li ouen. sion of the health problems of the it -- H- 0 craft. Incomplete reports indicate tory 6 miles deep On an 80-mile
E e c Te ag ~fois la 2 W ay Blow Weather Impr e Jnroduction of nine-year-old that 24 enemy 'planes were des- frnt.
BaEk PV atro ps Wea ther ImpS roves draft legislation to repeal and re- troyednanrag vrgrrcndwaemother Fir-----
.ir winter barra en from Brnitih gm PI v place the Medical Board Ordinance island 1,400 miles from Tokyo. campaign far Poland Is a parentlY
e o Ex pert ac I many hundreds of rounds r n r now awaits the decision of the Bee- It was reported earlier that Amer. to cut the railway rni from
o preceded the Asult which N oretary of State for the Colonies, Ian ground forces captured ar- Warsaw through Grodno which
Sredrolled forward under gry drizzling Nr A k ROME, July 4(AP) About 500 LONDON. July 4 (Reuter). according to a reply Issued ester- pan, capital of Saipan, and moved would erously affect th supply
i mkss. A e tAmerican heavy bombers struck The weather in the traits of day to a question put ythe on there a mile n a half to and maintenance system and the
In Trinikd from Grenada The Germans laid down blis- ADVANOl ALIL HAD. German sgth for the second Dover Is showing signs of picking on'ble Gemad Wighte Junior i. m- ongfs Tam apag in a central ie retreat o the 10t and 1th er-
p frst of a tarint mortar fire M ino t QTAR R N oUM today while an up Report today says at nightfl br for PCt-of-pan In the is- vance against Japanese troops in rms In the north. There
noesto abouring Is- Cankior striking across open CIg a)r t as ul 2 equal force from Britain struck after many hours of sunshine dur- lMt Cou clt oJe 16 o tee prinals ir rensigns oan
Is D W. ton lmour -posed terrain, but ther n we A anew at German airfields in Ing which the overcast sky cleared,
be t to t reports of either N i tn wr n er emo a the F ane. h atrt te o rrin thea p r movement ws mtraed meat aware that the revised Medi- Admiral Chester Nimitzs Com.in- Germans may attempt to orgase
t P d ble tcult PA tunG. lsrpor United SNrtator er onar .an. Pro c ie. t Thery attacked oil rifl- t the Improvement w mantaned c1l Board Ordinance hus for over mander-in-Chief of the Pacific a defensive line owrin ltsIa
Ind ia tcod t r Isnd.ated Itsta ete ve -peshLti at Brov and rai installs- but over the French coast there I0 years existed in draft form a ets Fleet, said the advance now puts on b i, Dvnsk and ret-
surveyl And advise the various Very few enemy prisoners were foar Island. The island whas nlosa at Pitesti, west bf Ploesti. were still some towering banks of proved by the Colonial Office And the American front lines far to the by shifting their divisions fra
sraits on measures to tackle taken In the ;lclous hapnd-to-hand Was invaded on Sunday has no 5o. Mbtangs and Lightnings acoom- cloud. Visibility was excellent and their advisers? north on the Island and leaves the south of the Pripet marshes or b7
disease. fl-tng which raged through the port approaches and aerial rein- nyng the elses in the a light southwesterly wind rippled "If the answer to the above Japanese in control of n area what the can a ro the bat-
Gilmour, who arrived here on of Carpiquet southward forcements were the moat efficient ravrid the ow n ner wha tec
day afternoon, was In confer- t the sirftel hangars, methods available. raid shot down a number the sea question Is In the affirmative, will roughly approximating the western tered 10th and mies.
witehn nir, Sprt B oner thea red, oe halrn ou husafte ath eadqartesa s aide of enemy fighters. =- Government take immediate stp half of the northern neck of Sal-
w ith ai Rupert L Brierea ifge, More than four hours f a ter the a adquarters said that Japane Other American fighters anouna to place this Bill before the Legis- Pn. i.r a m" to
Adviser o Sir frnk Canadian drive attained its ob- positions east of the captured Ka- tared a few enemy 'planes in their ig ora n late Counc il" .
ale, Comptroller for Develop- Jtctives, the erlat ns were miri airdrome were being liquida- sweep over Ploestm and des troyedir Naz-is h rpd at ioe C c w __ ___Cl____5_
In-Welfare in the West I- ted with the help of tanks. troops several. a ded Govrm r a o, ment has replied as ol-
D Dr. Norman Maclennan, Se.1Ace TWRN TO PA4G 2, cOtL. 2J which captured Kamiri two hours The Fortresses, target was h r "Draft legislation to replace and
after landing were fmriving toward finery which they ft enve LONDON, July 4 A.Under repeal the existing Medical Board WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION OF
''. .., .. Welligto F ces the island's two remaining airstrips. in smoke. Liberators bombed r LONON Julyn 4eot to th Une N rwer WINnnc THE preAre An 135 b
rail- grun reporb tthN orwga ordinance was prepared in 1935 by
kirn in SoUth Trinidad before n Southwest Pacific bombers aIso roads and repair shops and a rail 'elegraph Agency sali that the th' Medical Board of Trinidad and
St. Vincen o bridge at Pitesti on the line from Germans pulled at least 30000 submitted to the Secretary of State
, cy out survey. wort, U-Boat Barrage Carolinas, dropping 830 tons of ex- Bucharest to Belgrade. troops out of southern Norway to In 1936 who approved It for Intro-
to carry out urvey work. plosives and destroying four Japan- In a great resumption of the bolster their forces in France and duction into th Legislative Coun-
ese airplanes. air assaults, nearly 5,000 the Lowlands, as Berlin commen-il, subject to certain amendments.
rati orces hpnd Juy 4 U -b o n the New Guinea mainlaied bombers and fighters ranged over tators forecast a "new wave o For various r~asons of which the
Mine~swe what happened When a U-boat the Sarmi-Maf.n -ay area A lied France from dawn until dark, blast- invasion which will develop into a Medical Board is aware, it was not
tried to bls a Welligtn out of gains are belts enlarged .igeinst a lag sway at scores of targets in great battle of France.' .so introdveed. The Board have re-
N D O N J u l yi n(A P ) -eml ra s-t h eosk e siha s j u s tcbe n t o l I t irre c e d n gore e sSa nteeMu c ht h e m atlo s er
ounced today that light Bni- the story beil the mard of the ese equipment was captured. suprtiftheh n ew a merican Aro nd o ther report li her N russians endtl e mad le repesetaton s tow the-F
coastal forces on offensive p-D.F.. to Canladiant Plying Goffcer The Sarmi airdrome was takenBrth an Cnain guc trg helsfongticeaeSertrvISaeinhemtr
off the Dutch coast early this BogrofTrno ~sotdaol etFia fterdriv ee s In a Nitonrmthuand s ofi-ports and coastal shipping to such fore the Secretary of State for his
enconteed a Geran -bog tr~ll at pee oneof low nd lmelt Jngl w dividual attacks by fighters end may forbode the coming of Russian ..
coffour mine-sweepers and nigbt and hunted it dwn. f,ire, flghter-bombere, both American land operations there.
IR-bosts. It said one of the Instead of crash-diving, the -- ---- -n. rish eaybnbrfet
a-weeswas torpedoed and U-boat met the Wellington wIth adBiihhaybme t = 0 aa aig
Sih h~e e.an e ara, o rd.wh,,De ocat M ke were ou,. oemnopsto o-Independence Day 10 N vlR tn s I 150 Experts Trained To Feed Europe
ed elwth only lgt an and ,.re tracer but o= sligh. a,
no csat.~Atitea, con bolger pressed home the tackk .Thirteen.'planes. nldn two bevdQ itynRo eP r
--and on his fourth run his depth Convention P.an feuter states tha th Me LNOJly4 Ru L~iTO uy4ctje,-h
M,, July 4 (AP).--Mr. Henry Th presence of an unidentifed D y HAROLD OurVIx erranea43 Allied air forces flew merecn md netlv c a Dayst~ th{,h.[as fai Rof ftai, s past, nistory, but tO-]
War,'arvdI oetdy o al h U-oa hdanerd PlasGfor th 20h e o perti ations, whk inlue at.aeaaln . , nghuti wrtrhas r~v.etiedna raihow a edpartYy
Natt ~ona 'nvention, strttung July heavy bomber attack orailway Wstan t ioheUnted.M.Jh Stte Amae Britanch navelhrt ratingled byILESSONS OF BRITAIN
ab! And W ireless Chairm a n Chicaro arc lin rum taot I the Bati an con- esador to Britain~ and Mr. AnthonY lixta,erla,s sai Pot woul take.fv
plated, with word from party of- tinted pounding or road and rdedas the Foreign Secretary, bt x.r adI ol aefv
able ii u I~ireess ~na r~nan ~ that PrsidentiosseheltsPreiltranspototrooeltncerail bor inteoetswoulobe gopbsentedby taon andespplyennandDsyoematthseptndene Dthe onths t geworte portnneworkigrOneahndredfad yfeftyexpertswhoaarcgoinggt feedeed erain
elsO o t- a ln F W I Naiondiale Chairan Pat y vtO-l fidiasen emy aircraft whe re destrt o ye a d pI- tnP elp it the affairs of the two nfe jetti~es and ra~lwav shed, were Ing, bllaing, and sikg by U-boat.
nominatloli was still far from mled a w ere ope irraftion and Al itio-peaceelovmg and freedom-.~torn and crumbiSng and Germem
to avid th feelng amng de. 12 ircrat, 10loving men,, Mr. Winn eled mines had destroyed wrecks choke mnadwoerpestd12lld
Foreshadowing a period of Intenil!re nsoat-war development in the sttle anod the convenin@aong Itelfa fte ev obr. hm in t nca the habour and teepij wa hynwko sarslto rei' cs~IU
osilal Dnpl re Si dward Wilahaw, K.Cu.M.G chairman of Cable gates aroused by the manner of had mid five months, Cea edro they and the U.N.R.RA. rersnaie ilapyi 1P
dWireless Ltd., sp~eaking at the 15th annual general moeh of ssr. Henry Waltee's selection in uorchirt sa he cofour. It a,
I/,might be given more freedom .~ ~ u~ l f our.oe h 'tue"wett eji hi
company held at Electra House, London, on June 35, disclosed in making a chOice this time. ,.UI *~~i He planned the positiou fO B~oe te"tdns att eothFo~
men are givenoua final talkbbyThol.day "ll n. the
co mmunication development in the West Indies and throughout besides Hawaii, the Canal Zone~ ~e~ 5, 3 5 g j a u ~ j wreckage of the local ga ,srkesd r -.-


._______ ame NaUI onrention del. Iv. st. .was la ot a s he warned them that fo ers af
0011 public attention," air Ed- gaes Rhode Island Will name a BY LZWIS HAWKIWg afte Cin.'trip was fela outlindNhor
tgl the meeting, "has been, paW in the full tide of a wide l0-vote group n Friday and VAr-ew tb
,perlrY directed to our Co-- and far-reaching policy of dave- nia their 24-vote delegation on LtNtNo ol 4 (hP) W while rrbmb MOlddate described In the'. nwa .ther migh bed e of
group h n Fiaad r- LOnDNlyi 4 CAP) hrhil. otbe ergn h
t tose ehso Pl have opment, much of Which has had atuday. MninWnC le and shinppithe Nbody,' t em
10 06lendid a voluntary i~on- to be held in abeyanae in the face Ou f1.12 so f- naeM.l-dutlTuesPr nteMdtsae
oP^ t of 1,2,4 so far named, Mr. lao until Thursday his staleent to Hous of thu, an, th is i wa
*^ tin e to the waro effort, and of more urgent tae s. In Sthe Of Roosevelt has 938 pledged or thewasteful or hntt at tom to Hu A o t -
claimed by his supporter This terror Wepon, provoking critical questouns from r4iuar.ment I Hull ReCeives US. w
0ftv BtASY te Coon-the diflmulties tnvol%%d in obtaln- "
Ista haS ortsdr lt andte E strain is 349 more than the required mar mm ,
owedIng plant and the &Mod &i o jority of 589. There are 1174 votes M Argentine Ambassador He showd how Britain had managed to .
neto. the eoi flat heir~e f L ow Une fiur of 65MA11 tong to less than MU tt I
plans f t" thepdm- h sie p;dlat pow ers Reflecting the feeling o.- ...o .o
i1t the helpful to purpose of war hae are not. BroadbrM, Conservative statement o that he might give Mr. Norman Armour, the aAPtei
SW n ~Ise rae, ur en-. S"r tipsy .her. a~skd whether Mr. Chur- Parliament and the nation 14ul tates Afdllha5dor 10 We~ Aygg. ,l -
In ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gvp the neo- report ondv airElrsday. tine. arId at the 1%oDepart. hsTl.fay-ta"' oddiii
IThe that latest Me of S evelopd the In atlv went into eferen w Ye
ant stnocf theem00MWieless do. e-,'eaes within 44 S nroust to Mr. Alfred Mr; 1, 011. WA. oY ater anm' q
HC July Hit-enWW be taken estamat Edwars the questiepft WaiOyoH e a a
IBt o o a, ,to t p- "'"" .TI m ;i%
welhrsOJUO&Nff =1" "Id~ imndia~telyto etotftrna ~itrwudDms ~rsta ~e That the PghOO*
Of VVg fn th "a. Used mustsr4gas in an defended romaafts j? %'Lnui.make a stale ordered hame INr 'eonslultatIem.'*
all aa SQt thikk b t and if It proved
.- Trinidadl Ouardniaa f
all, a.Mhl s ber aurwit made 0I consids ot e.,
It r au in & AnthWm 3*u5,,V cu 1011" OM
toappreela at snftm dead were Churchil will speak Op T den. iseped"atuvJGERflN.5Jlf _
5... a-.. figh~l t in 9:" Inta ftdya a en l ave 10evdence of that Te'Sl 1iciidlp
Ag~nstuj~r,~j ad te sfet fslplni ad ayngt atai W br~htpmot, hv had norprsa lbtof St. Joseph su IV, -t
4L4'..~~~ua .. aaa 5.~f WbW4 To*# S. OM f WW e-WPM f t










~2. IZADDIG WuEm


^waUUiina 'WMUaVUaa

qla lllm iirA- iua *** *A r-A




LOOM"t OPFNM
"I. Ntj swh hrek e, I a ofl "mJ sm
IILml~ m, p, se







New miv a*"M4ATMV
So MP &416 11L) M PMeVISIV


MiMUSOF O Na AS aoTePAM


WXDN ,DAY, JLT 1 14.


Water Shortage In City
Is Menace To Public Health
A PHASa ot the water shortage in Port-
of-Spain which has not received suf-
ficient attention is Its relation to public
health. The emphasis has been mainly on
the personal inconvenience it causes
and to fire hazards, to which Mr. Wight
drew attention in a question in the
Legislature the other day (not yet
answered). This was further stressed by
an article we recently published, pic-
turing the conditions which preceded
the great fire of London, and comparing
them with Port-of-Spain. But relatively
few comments have been made on the
health factor.
Yet from the public health viewpoint
the lack of water is having highly de-
plorable results. Take the flushing of
privies, to which a correspondent calls
attIention on this page. It is bad enough
when this cannot be done in homes with
just a few people. But what are we to
say of large schools, offices, factories, and
other places where scores of people con-
gregate? In upper Frederick Street and
adjacent to it there are St. Mary's Col-
lege, the convent schools, and St. Hil-
ary's not far away. There is the Royal
Jail, and the Trinidad Electricity Board.
About 3,500 people are affected in all
these places, in one building alone there
are more than 1,000, and another nea-by
has almost the same figure. The condi-
tions can better be imagined than des-
cribed, and they are aggravated by the
large number of flies now plaguing the
city.
As Local Authority for Port-of-Spain
the City Council has a most important
responsibility. It should not have been
S permitted to ignore it for so long. The
Government gives the Council an annual
grant for public health work, and this
expenditure should not be regarded as
S routine requiring no solid results. The
appeal which our correspondent says he
S has made to the Central Board of Health
can hardly be Ignored by that body,
which is charged under the law with
S seeing that the Local Health Authorities
perform their duties effectively. Where
lapses occur, the board is empowered to
' call these t'thorities to account, and if
necessary to undertake the work itself.
It is not for us to tell the Centre.l
Board what to do in this emergency,
though we must point out that It appears
to have been shirking the issue. We do
hope, however, that the appeal now
made to it will bring this question into
the full limelight of debate, and help
restore the City Council to a better sense
of its responsibility. It is inconceivable


13Mt ______________ ___-------


a"


DANCE


AT


STE. MADELEINE CL


SATURDAY 8th JULY


in aid of


RED


FUI


Admission: GENTS $1.50 LADIES $1.00


DOOR PRIZES


- FREE Bl


GELLIZEAU'S BAND


t beemW div lm$ by O troess. Ltd


Letters Del-yed I Cis o s.e t. Pa'rM *.iO reported an .tit mpt,
3e an. IfX i s a* PrOeisiCtl to asssinatte Marael Bucard,I
T1be bbor.1O larnliW, Ldng *ettary of the ader of the French Fascist move.'t9-.
omjSS' "tan tothe t ISS~~crn this book meat kwno asFraenistes In" c s hed 43
eonersala# ls to b the d lqunt be fd Aet of run dawnNo delts were IW"n. h b..
hail 4e L by the up by Society that has weath- Bucard was founderoft the wn-a
4Sit is mroplulmk that some at- ere the Ito msad calms of amow lites an extreme Fascist nroup
t oI g po It eSars.ndwmanyofit w-home members wore blue sirt. I open Cow Shed 12'
tendearesvfthe Careule sset e .n applicableto ofttIn 1542 0he ranclates were re-l1shed
the marls. e be.t rules that man can ported to have merpd with the
theh mails.o IUntyIGv. Dthis,
Went to the Careaage Pot Oa devise wll prove useless to c-rb death of the "NatiL Uni Dated U t
see on June I. *ad nearly every the aetivites and dMsl hmr St thine assassinationOf
Sday after and was informed each ulturs who are ait to prey o Isthas'beenhttnhed evFery'---"
time In a Inw B temanner, that the_ reouc, o the p. whtre. by s3arspplied by
tmere wa no mals for me On June climate hardworking mm. f the U se -- --ple
L a ttr wasm banded to me by an ome socieUtes. Let" rw aeki Geseva
atteaatot wbeb carried the r The danger e In the fact that said theabd Elttoered tan.
cving stsap of te C ae".e PCst tbe vultures are aUr rnelyM a bt -rean-iew" ass the 0M
U DI Oft* dated JM 4 I9t. ful ad cunning s.sbm 1f1L0vls.pMa *aiS 30 '
t seems to astat the otI- known to eceive magbtw aS arrested all of these U. 1
petence and c,,lm. Many, hm..
ether peole In Crtonare cs" ee r-p ukft .- j
about thesameOfit.TIbeleve e st Nee. OWFTo@ A I
that #V"r onein Carage would Te'rwmrnbd i
appreciate it. it the Postmaster. What 0overnme t anae b a s t the fters C
General would try to cwrvet this change In the mode of theI WthIgt len thS COlgo eStES -C os,
Oftdftlon. IasiagetOf SX toPkIes-4 e fig= l fr^1a Ade"O ufe
=1; lI S J ase, *'EaE5. OfIiaiin. fr ,Imo an ba w a ae
0"406% w ti 1ar 1tobe sw 1


that an a- mity a- I
pubUff ktu aWp1
*houw o ItOIflM
rebuh faor vga Osby
without ~ "Mar so=
by the Cena"a OvemMne
BM Ig Is huS state 0
tinue?
A adequate water su
the p rimry rBuikefor
Us theOwilment going
fact (wew?

Library Reorganis
Cals For Larger I
* T management' con
Trinidad Public Libra
agreed on detailed plans
it into a free library aft
These are expected to go I
ment this week, and if
Legislature will be asked
the $11,500 granted in I1
improvement. The grant
pending agreement with
Library on policy, for whi
committee was appointee
ago without result. Th
therefore decided not to
and wrote the library last
ing to waive the original
hand over the money, p
satisfied with the reorga
grpnmme.
The scheme now outlir
gradual transition to a fre
the Introduction of nee
ments, training of staff, a
committee hopes, however
grant of $20.000 instead
structural alterations a
provide better staff facility
modate material now I
These changes seem nece
Legislature should not hi
the funds required to bri
up to modern standards.
As we said recently.
merits already effected su
committee will have no
putting the Government
use. and bringing about t:
tion for which we have s
Public appreciation of ti
ments Is shown by the ste
the number of subscribers
were almost four times a
in 1940, though the grm
tion and greater circula
must also have influence
The need for increased r
treated by the larger e
quired by each stage of
the past four years.
With the expanding
placed on education, the
ing out to new horizons
it can never attain wi
financial help, The cot
the Government and
increase their respect'
grants to the level of 1
income during the tra
And since the City Co
be responsible for libra
1949 and must have s
meeting its heavier o
committee proposes a lib
an initial 24 cents per
population from 1950. 1
Librarian, who drafted
gramme, appears to ha
patent job.


~ 1.Goveripp
-d -T 1r 1W tar
MIFtrlodM V l -- s*-.- -. -- No" iion sainvited
-- an I"s tgII"tn r; one on the saw
I'1 annaI icree"t -- -i " 61

aagnen. s.o Iwmot woul
p mjeto Lbs
afftir toeW f $00po er o ecannmreitheg
Inl 110MIM wouoef we~ 910014p aum !g*mn wouldK^^ ^ ^
'1pub1i5hel'/ L ck ef Water ma 4 TOl a*fll s d re the o tW

V9i1y this t years of age atoth time of
Causes em.b h,.'.UIrS I IOU ..I D e .. ha ;go enrledc+
iC, ,, ,e h? candidatess for the hlgh
Lated pfly t, O tabe. I \ "/et

Funds turned^ B= 1 o genra arun ace eac i
unor Otil 50 in the aPtter e ye eat Candi dtha/t/e a fd ptranng I

~~oE before eight. in the IonimE. | ^ '* ^f*( d ottnt
OW ao , ...:_ X /lae'. b, held a psiton Ins
iry has now Wei may or way not a t vice on a salary c
r f -ivte around U o-oKx but fwa the r t Y *.l^j *11.0 per annum.
tr converting un i day, we have to go un- "
tor fly e veat' 'washed. and ur w btetborne ew- The duties of the hight
-- y . er become ahalow epitS titl vance of a code of factory
to the Givern- alter fiv te i ter .oo Of late. moating the health, safety a
wtihe re cs b ee a e6eme rf ia es and mane local olfe
approved thl which obecau our water u ewers r comprehensive records and
for a -ov -ti of I d ayo uno sehan othey oaho un-$811 peranum.
hr av eO O as made maters worse and s The duties of the high
941 for library definitmely a nulne and inuritous f ffT above nd in addition cth
94h ow rn.ra fto health. rpo etivothe a n OlaeVn of Factory Inspector.
we withheld According to the Public Healthsoutte h oaldh, be
th Cenra 'Ordinance, the City Council. in| Applbcation should be
approved the e al i their capacity as the local Healther an d for to rea
ich purposes a utoi, ar responsi-.. ,le ,-at Chalgel, Proposed m Audit .rescribd form, to reach
disrit b mintind ~ ~ ien ly Societies' Books _______
three years j <8ti~t et te maintoined r a manner j^ Wr 11 n *Tc 1
1 three yearsso as not to be or likely to become, 1 cmprelhs recrd an
e !a nuisance or rinjurou to health I l IL ______________
to Aoehr n o appenty abeni d oneaped
Swat further, their attention, h pite of repeated P HA a the I at present. ha more
;OrdtinanceIthae Cty ouaycal.rees

January offer-.,an appeal to the l Central Board of tpTl. "srsn an t t h t ceasonably a exO TItE
Heal t, anetrust that this atr&M dingcrebes ndlyto. e Iea-htx
conditiosesandprwill take the ecesary s teis toCle sP. him to do the volume of btsiness
Condition an :which friendly societies call for VACANCY for 2 Asl
provided it was ummoarily abate the nuisance cr- (In a letter to the ditor) r ty Hope, Kit
i plained of. We pay both water andi --,a re-,,,y published about A ocer who knows about Higher S
n~isatiOln pro-. aseerage taxes, and there is a ..,... ... tr1-A ~ wokosotHge
idraoic ennlty t th: sa, o.f s friendly, y soceUe are very interest- friendly societies' affairs should be Examnati
hne) If we fall to do so. Surely and many thing ad are true, appointed to attend friendly ocle- Certificate
the Cit Council should be re That correspondent was entirely ties' affairs. The oold legal, aspect, school C
led proposes a garded as contractors for the er. wrong, however, who wrote that pure and simple, does not help -
PriviceL for which they are paid and "ihe safety of the funds is in the cietles a it should. nJAMA
he system, with some penalty should be imposed hand of the secretary, the treas- The auditors as presently ap- Secondary
Sirv ,because o their ailur a in this re- urer and trustees, adld the presi- pointed may be ery good at figures the Jama
ided prov- pect. dent." This is a misconceived idea or they maybe experts in the prin- which are
nd so on. The if British juetlce Is baed upon of quite a lot of people, ciples and practicee of book-keeping It is
the principle that there is a remedy The safety of the funds of a and accountancy. But an auditor of The
r, to secure a for every wrong, then such justice society deptad oi n (lI the whole friendly societies' books and ac- DATE To assumi
should be evoked, as the City committee of management, whose court needs to know certain "fine
of Sll,500, as Counc'il ie full power and had duty it y to protect uthe interests pints" in this aartIcular bulness. EMOLUMENTS According
f Yt Wrifr amiple time and opportunity to do of the society, and (2 the tgi- The system of auditing as obtains
ire needed t all that was necesairy to provide lance of the members who should in Trinidad Is, in my opinion, in PENSION Service ais
CS and accom- an adequate water supply, but they take an Interest in the affairs of many cases a Joke compared with ordary Sc
so on .' have been culpably negligent in the institution to which they be- that which Is followed by the Man- PASSAGE wll be pr
badly housed. this resp t e Personaly, I have long, and who should be educated chester Unity of Odd-Fellows in
Little respect for their promises for in o doing. If a body of men England. In fact, the Manchester APPLICATIONS should be
*ssarv and the early relief, and the ooter our allow Lemselve to be influenced Unity haS men specially trained for Jamaicand
S te nateur polpticpi n on t ohe C cfl wrongly by any one officer, then that clae of work. Th fngd
estate to vot reae that their own political that officer Ia either a superman The r i
San libra views count for little, the better the commit members aro all nRe saokecndatlei t u 5
hng the library for a el. w iun thihM)
Your newsp. paper ha. Ihamponed In on r to apseclate the condt- We at Is required i an auditor or (
lmay a w scorthy caus, and has even tons which pre.fal n som e of the auditors who know friendly socie-
the improve- suouted lthe poor and the ne edy friendly societies, it iS necessary o ties' business and who will bring
I trust that you wih do 511 in look carefully at world events. Un- forcibly to the notice of Govern- (3)
rggest that the your power to take up otala t in, is eher a supn 7%e 96
g e tha t y ower o tf e upa the b fortunately, the evil m ctier s ment any rrelularIty they discover *
dyou have done in the past, the aolne Og thee societies today e an who can advse ioverns(t ,5)A
Yin cudgel on our behalf, and if nees- only the rdproductionaof that which of the persons who are to be held ,, I
Sary, bring the present undatisfaec om In some more responsible respcsisibl for such IrreeslarltilM 7)
grant to good tory state of affairs to the atten- itituion. urterih evhe for Onch ore.ult-h
he tranIsforma- tion ou the Secretary of State for insttuios, itsn es ar Further, the whole of the remun-
Ihe ena stla elation for auditors should be paid
e a the Colonies, if our own local ad- memn.ler of many ocleves local, fy Government. thereby making V
io long waited, ministration cannot give us the and awlated orer) from the eovermment bee titled to atiS-
srelief and protection to which we days wthen f riedl society was h i tself ienrott thpoer metlperv olsn
hese impsve- are entitled. "frfardy listed nalty nt frs Isiet ies iregulrit
ady increase in Port-of-Spain. pTo rt& "fei. d iv nseg ind, various the soiet bes' before s.
,h, wo last year O e fetym toS atu to thF uh the whole of the omm unte, of The use of Wres
IWO1 reat In them oil. fit as~5l m5'. Maunagment when any Ireulrt 15 Iei5'wlhto is an pwr
i numerous as 'Bad Taste' Condemned It ^ pey u boast that a fomd.See .O.Ca. , Offenders are hereby
never ha fh oelty to *avs 'O. Tt wifl have nsth lutoe lised without delay pr~ec
Wt Ol fipUla TI Mitor, rIto* O haris." to to t oioe, I have wit- effect of maakhf members alive W may be nlttuted gist
of money m"*'or nearly 40 years., I have taken nessed many elections properly their reslSlbty oe ae abved eslt
tion Of money mors iniei lur ntn t l ocrie uaveebndsiloma.s ong asfrai ors aersan Tl bboI re to
S t edlthe in rrespdnce eolugni s of victhem of n /or ia winess to loae members of the committee iwhoi set on Government buse
red this result. ef o e the best newnpapor of the d isgrcefrulces As-r, s^ea iette osti
evenueip is illus- world, and nowhere have I read a have had eontact with svera au- mot e re In m opinion he
SlettIr more reprehenible than the ditors all over the Colonym, and, cause of strife and disorder where
expenditure re- one which headed the column in with the ptio of two of them, these occur) can throw the blamo
w the last "Sunday Guiardian." I have on r them all to be men t on th president "or the hTcreCty s t m o
progress during Why It was sent or publication of unimpeachable character to can d. lwa S. o e t-omS s
passes my comprehension, the other two are a disgrace to the andma'e yonte e sene uOrthoneroseti,
The soldiers have a name for this honorable profession of auditors -Government should devise so e 0th June, 1944.
typed of letter -they call It lousy, t twenty or more i Ihav i' means of showing that it is inter-
hi san d I cannot think of a more apt service in them all I am ao essed I friendly srreees afnair.
emphasis being Afte alle thn p these societies ae ofma CONTROL
library is reach- descriptioP. financial menber. Arer eleeo s are o CO NT O
oer a firm to mdke olltmi of- It Is gratifying for me to refer terlal importance and asofficsabe t.c
which, however, tal 'out of a donation to a charity to, and I gratefully acknowledge Goernmen t. m onion ta s tOv us
thout adeuateIwhlch has b'en desow r Ibed as "Angels the happy greetings I receive from Thaa is an acknowledged fact as
erithoutry" is in my opinion, In all the oers r a d members when- expressed bY leadinea so allies A limited supply o
mnittee wants hlowet strata of bad taste, r tte etin from the late ueen Victoria d own- b in the United Kingdo
Just after the last war, my winter the few vulturess, whose practies wards, It pid only one learned jde ootbell
pass"my cmpreensin. te oter to ama digrac to wheoand hake mshief.rd say with


City Council to and I became more than casually are the same whetyrever they hap- wmhas ves hwi had my w I Nstbell
interested in the St. John Ambu- pen to b &, e st I f d sces Cricket
e maintenance lance Brigade and the Red CoS The point at issue the pleasure would rcrap all these Sciareties. a- Hockey
Society, and at the present at-lwhich the writer eipnfresed about Threfe tions of stciet arnedtheacncen e
the subscription ment my sister is on the staff ofitho, ed Intrucnofed man tat c
nesthe hpp rpesetlingsIrdceivefo m fywsvnso orpol ndsol us a eacan

nsittont period. a hospital near iverpool- hpi- rules in the Friendly Societies' Or-oa ls lies y e
tal which had the distinction of 4dineIae to ounmtexact certain cvii fe protected from the ravages of hereby requested to subn
uncil alone will beine in a district bombed for 120 practices, u ;31u501o5' up r announced' net later thans 15h July. ]
nill hts n h l sucessthlason. Perlodscat vilts, ur"n ned quirements in respect of
ry upkeep after he would be delighted to know e l on inspection, expert advlc cn invest- 1 month' period betinnl
that a "conditional" donation out N S ments, lecture to members on their Importers will be advh
ome means of of exca s profits had been made to duties rad ponslblitie and course and indent should
blitlon, th eS fund of the reat war chari- Afr yar l experience have hints o the wlue of comual life inmat hs been given
u cipion fnit would appear i that the o doubt p e r tin t o i eono should" be of maternl benefit to all. A warning s Issaued thl
rar tax to yield "condition" of an attack on the templated change. as mentioned government wdl be well advised be made available to any
head Of thOc y Government was implied if not In the "ud ," will not proe nt consider el oany Proposed going conditions.
heladone citlybeingiacntually eadresed. to be the eolu2asa to the problean ,.YiangsAheNoae let
nr. Comma, tha were I rch enouh would except thee provide that e ordinance to ountact the
donation o$,0 to iscioany oicer havig served term present pernics practices nm
the whole pro- after Sh e w ou d be dlgt t know INotion on their
turnn te aid or t In ny oflewill bsei~benme of the societies Is like putting old Post Office Buildings
cros ocet cndtinalonth~ ~ nyoficewil otbeelg'iesome salve on a cancer. 7 St. Vincent Street,
ve done a com- etrng on Oo paiment, which, to hold suh office or an' oflce What is needed to cure the 'can- Port-of-Spain.
after all, has not done so badly In aisi ..- cers ar, the knives of personal con- 1st July, 1944.
its administration to enable a Thi. i done all at once will be tact, proper approach, careful in-
soe s cofMtry not producing war mate- Ide iultable, Impractical and con- vest'gatlon, and drastilc penalties
obigtis te te rials tif we except oll ta have trary $ to the spIrtt of the ehint o t Vll omu n nah n
i any firm at all showing excer a principle on which such intit- meted out to delinlquenets.A TAKE NOg u
ti profits an t io have been built. o. n W e ai ed vil
SEonN. f.octeotherehandnyPropse Florincoda"iands.



Port-ofr d. pos changes wlU erel proviA U.S.Wsriie Against tioned Building
Goenm n wa Imle if-nt-I th e "t lad *n wile^ l not pr rve f?,.,- f4i~t rulesa a a



SArticle On Exams. Praised wI of he ri False bt1 1a Will be put Up fc
T twl hent co h l nesWs t an PII J AP),- these Estate&
I be ~towelo, th article wan 0t e entited it is onutes an Mr. Henry Morgenthae. secretarydEtte
extenal xam~atios I ~ ~ua- hat ny ita~~ ~ et~,ed'of the Trreaslury, Ia an address to it tth ho
,.md~n ,. ,- l -th p.a.-m. ^ SL onS1. +.. 11.... the ^ I% ... .-n '^ttth. 1944, at the hou
day Guardian."i o eu Iaon In oicen can always ar- novaed ~atheNyrd.nane d that thepontra tthe
d ay torian.lOwihaltatraefo Germans and Japaese might tempt
Smay no aen wth an that e sd B the exehanie the Uitied Stats "with some sort f0oofl.
ea don etoewsed tlfrei n but one of office and o defeat them pur- of fatse caprituation."
I. & 16-1 Cro SctcPtosa e folr wich the law Ia to be Adlrtol ietsi Commander of "l
that In the Wry last. It reads thi: fram th. Paefe Flee, peaking from 1 Barrack 80,
ITI he "h inmtt written test- (eaterenl U ov Beamre to get a Pear Harbour said that 'we will (NAsea Barra"ks) wit
U ccritl-e~t to be
bet fieal standing zof the scool-SfB! t modl rles for is iProject our lea. air and land power
l ea h n flalnd ot be deternmfd, Ihe StasB~ h matters, mh further itoe the far-fuM Japanese 1 Cocoa House M-
ee mad be mad. o- t U rt Vmp." He added that the enemyy a0'
say, U0 per cent by the carefully fteers the weight of this offeuive
Of, p he en tilthe maothS be found In the general rules Isavr Ictmne. Cocoa Rouse
ka presord ot t i tudmnt entr Unity of nl- i ver dr*ct ganner."al
SvD"n.- T he aI5tnt endi' aocie- Attempted Assassination Sa '
..... A ,..,Jl,, e tulping is'


I


Acting Colonial
OF VACANCY

itant T'achers at Jamaica Cone 2
iaton, JAMAICA, to teach -
hool Certificate and London Pa
ois It possible: Mathematics to
* standxud, elementary and
emistry or Physics.
XOA COLLGO to a non-den
Boarding School for Boys
oiQS Schools Commission. the
appointed by Government.
situated in healthy surroundings.
ost Is not a Civil ServAce one.
e duties as from the 14t of Sept
to qualifications and experience.
pensionable under the P N"I
hool Teacherst LAW.
ovided to Kington for the appt
made by AIR MAIL to the l
CoUelsge, KINSTON P.O., andI
-s ,arly a pemedie.
olowing particulars, ete., should l
AGE, DATE AND PLAO OF BI
ACADUIC AND ANY OTHEI
QUALIFICATIONS-AppUcante
any out of school activities In
could Massist;
TEACHING EXPERIENCE.
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE 0P
ELIOIOUS DENOMINATION;
PHOTOGRAPH:
TISTIMONIALA.

WARNING

as receiving set Uat to a MU
'a the Gelewy.
warned that unless geo sa w
Wings under Schedule Part 0.I
n does not apply to Ue
a.
F. R. Sulliv
Wireless


BOARD NOTICE
'S EQUIPMENT
qulpment for the folowtn B
m for allocation to yt : Colony:
Bolinr
Aounder 9
Gymnastcs
Athletcls
any's essential requirements of tl
d, Importer entitled to Import
It to the Secretary of the O
IM4, returns of their minimum
each of the above-mentioned
ng Ist September, 4 l
ised as to method of procure
NOT be submitted toa licensi a
by the Control Board.
at supplies of the above equpm
Importer who does not fonrmto
Ivan S. Mc
,ctlng Secretary, Costl



riCE that the und
gs and Articles o
Concordia" Estates,
or sale by public au
s on Friday the 7t,
r of 10 o'clock in t4

A FLORIDA"
x 12' containing $ rooms and
ih corrugated iron.
x 20' containing 4 rooms 1
x 4', HOod 24' x 4'.
x 20' containing 5 rooms W-
lery 55' x 8', Hcod 2' x 4', N.l
x 6'.
x 10' containing 4 boxes.
X '.
ONCORDIA"
X 16' contRa~nn 10 stal.
x 31' containIng 4 at.lls, (the i
U in corrugated iron. top "
1ti10.) lung
x 315',
r x 7' covered in corrugated
day oa July, lt44.
C. G. FANi
Sub-Intendat of


less T


sts ULivy


CROSS


mhM,^
tfo appointmentfto two pod$
y acak of 0,44 per aae.
to 04AN uw rnM
by annual I Mccn b of'$ t
Id be oa proft o 2 r.
* piung of & medial exam
15 to be pe,*ust olme cete.s

oW and have matriculated or
Uo1 end have had some tralne
rlng or on a&ed profeit .
her gradd poet should be not
f making the appliCestion, and
los and have matriculated or
tion. Ia addition candidates m%
and practical experience in an
on or trade in position of re
a technical branch of the Goveq
ale rising to a maximum of n

er* graded post comnsist of th"
laws by inspection of premim
and welfle of factory workers:
* In connection with the forA
files.
her graded post consist of thg
ing as deputy to the holder of i1


3MT


made to the Colonial Secrel
the Secretariat not later th

9. L. DOS SAP











spowrTbUila-~


T3IRIIA~D QPAuuA1, WIPNUIAT, 3PIT 8, 19".


stCrumbling

izi Defences


[oITINU9 PROM PA- 11
t r rta D alles aortah-
o s t a l snomU orth-
rVltet agannounaed In

,ii the t Day, frm ad re



a a st m I ued eor
urn Sovist ftihe

ismapn ay 1n th a the
of hiuk, continued to

a a vanbe aOa gene ral
Iath e i lau Ittunus.
0s Ruittm have
40 Atoe places on the
Sl.nu f Orn iman priton-
fl aUin teRusesian handa
or MAkl an m%,; g ;.A
1n o ector ontk the
today took 40 German
Usut-Gemeral
f. t O awer of the
Corp. Twenty-
S-are known to
ator tined In the past
Iis.lUdf those lost
WNormandyw n ht.
e German Mews Agency,
states, in one of Its over-
servie today, made aOme
rising admissions about the
e of the German armies
he east. It ouoted a Berlin
esman as saying that the
ian advance wae so rapid
large German formations
left in the rear; s xe are
ter-attacking eatwards and
a ighting their way
ViThe Germans. the
eian reported, were making
main eounter-attacks mouth-
of MINark where third
MWa a Is also advancing
tow Barranowlje on
Warsaw railway, and he
ted that reserves had had
called up in this area and
akaya where the Rus-
lhd pene d up to 37
I tb?"~e*= w and m orth-
eety diekMw)


uth Roads

ImBemproved

B B PRNANDO, July 4-Touch-
El o clticimus Of the wav the
'^ t' f here. Councillor Dr. David
It told the Borough Council in
eic teon at the Town Hall
some of the streets of this
war the wore he had ever
Pitt declared that every bur-
with a motor vehicle was corn-m.
r, and he wanted to know
nwas bein.done about It.
,,,:tin Crawford said
M to the meeting with the
tion of making i resolution
he matter. He Would not ask
own Engineer what he was
besaue he knew the Town
earwas patching the streets.
e Street, he continued, was
and he was prepared to
That the Town neer pro-
Stoeatch eve ree6 t at once.
t Coffee Street
Vhe would have to resheet the
move tba the department
to take on a* many
as possible to proceed to do
at one*, a" be felt It was
serlok matter.
Tt*lpb Mentor wanted
w the coutanoes of the
Shaving deteriorated In that
He wanted some infor-
SfroM the Msor as to who-
.y: ere was money to do the
and if there was no money
Steps they were prepared to


FO PSOMISRD
I on'ble llmothy Roodal.
hiayor, aald they had had is-
mt rain, and therefore the
not having proper found.-
went to places.
wanted to assure them that
had the money and he was
to p.a Instruclons to the
En I tor.H hoped the
i Wa s going to move
e s rapidity In putting
tbds In proper condition,
Saon'b-e Rov Joseph said he
ated to ue a large number of
in the Colony and he did not
k there was one place in the
ay where one would not find
conditions. It was customary
Is time of the year when It
dining for roads to go bad, He
not think the Town Xngineer
d be blamed.

irine Square
nnis Results
t hes played In the Marine
re Tennis Club tourney yes-
y afternoon resulted as 3 o1-
Open Singles
Nothna% defeated Llanos
Somervlle defeated 0.
1e e -8, 2-A, -0.
orjonel VT. Bchjolseth 6-1,
2, 3-5 (unfinished).
Daven.yrt v A. Farfan 6-4,
(unfiniShed).
R6ES FOR TODAY
IO *lnglea
Jonel plays T, Bchjolseth


U.S. Servicemen
Start Forum Talks
Them kecutive Committee of the
American Servicemen's Fw-um o
the US.O. has announced that to-
morrow at 7 pm. lour servicemen
selected by the chairman of the
forum will present five-minute
talks on "What Are We Fightin
1w?" to be followed by a general
disceuasion to which all members of
the American armed forces are In.
vited.
This public affairs group was
organized very recently at the
Uj.S.0. for me purpose of hearing
and discussing the comments of the
informed on subjects of interest
and eoencr to soldiers and salon
and clitens of a democracy and
the world. Pfc. Xugene K. Me.
CiaSAkey, chairman of the Ameri.
can Servicemen's Porum. has made
clear their plans for the presenta-
tion of prominent Wet Indlaig
topic of paramount Interest to the
tatesmen from time to tim on
oldler-sallor constituency.


Court Rebukes
Special Policeman
Noel Mfere convicted on an ac-I
cusation of sell4n a live goat, bowy
schedule prie was yeateday fMned
$240. and ordered to pay s.ail
cot, compensation and pound
fees.
Jeffers, It wAu stated, sold aI
goat w:ighing 4ilba. for $11 in-
stead of $8.30.
Luther McDonald, a special po-
liciman, who gave evidence for
Je:7ers and denied he received $11
for the goat, was sternly rebuked by
tU- magistrate who described him
as a danger to the community and
recommended hat he be struck off
the register.

Churchill To Make
Statement
LGONTINUND FROM PAGE 11
that is a separate matter and I
would like to speak on U epa-
rately."
Sir Herbert Williams Conserva-
us fro Croydon, then Sed:
VCan we have the assurance that
the spate of misleading Information
Issued praturely by the Air Min-
Isatry-o"tllst dope--will be ter-
mant. Untu we have the state-
ment?
Mr. den answered, "I do not
know what yu mean by that."
The Air Minlstry announced that
allfates nd Lancaster* of the
BomberC nalndat acked flying
safely. A returned
Prominent Peons Killed
By Flying Bombs
LONDON, July a (CP.-. Plying
bombs have killed Major-Generil
Sir Arthu r cott (reUred) anid his
wife A ee iyg, novllst, and Sir
Percy Alden, yor years prominent
In the campaign against slums, it
was disclosed today. General Scott
Was 82. He commanded the Royal
Artillery of the Third Army In the
first Great War, later serving as
General Officer Commanding the
1th astern Division. He also
served in Soulh Africa and com-
mand d the Lucknow Division In
India In 1918 for two years.


I -


tan plays A. Davenport
this game from where
left off)
=DMS h playA K.*AntOny.
tches will stfrt d at 4.M0 P..

ILOR'S BACK


AS VERY SORE
M Wae rone AAter Pi
d Dodd_ KhaPlo.



mesa. LA
esa ste S^~f-?1
is0 iy~ajit*

SI P OWN
inei a shes dme ^^^

Ig jU^^ t^^eIu^^^^
s ** -*ur|B '


Finns Say Ameisne
Leave Finland
WW YORKX July 4 (AP).-
*raio Mr d Xuid
Quflion, V7ltei Dtee M O re
d'Afalres in Helinki, aad about
40 otheUr Ame a left IB.-
laud thin aftra for Stock-
holm eam the dh Meleaseer






Clearance

Census Ends
Mensu of resident" in a number
og old dewn-town tenement build-
inn forlin bok 5 in the orintl
slum elearce list. has been con-
cluded, the "Trinidad ouarden"
learned yesterday.
The census undertaken on oov-
emmrit' lnstroction a little ovner
aweaku agby ersl oefthe Pub-l
lio Health Deptrtment, Plmnuiiad
Housinr Coum 5to, and rone
the doclal and Welfare depuadnt"
will be considered at a mn ene o-
the Oomml-lon to be held shortly .
Government, It i untdentood, Iln-
tends alequring the buldItfPu In
this block which will be replaced by
work-people house. and a nfew or-
dinance, setting up an emergency
houSinw authority recently drafted,
will soon be brought before the
LeislatUve Council.
Informed sources state that it I
tuet possible that the new au-
thority will include two mt mberl
of the Oiy Council, two of the
Legislative Council, and a chairman
appointed by the Govemor.


Heavy Fighting
In Normandy
GICONTINUsa FROM PAGE If
spotted forming for a counter
attack mouthuat of C"l uet. bu
British artillery ried nto thi
enemy formation s which i oluded
at least 12 tanks, and the counter
as %lt failed to materialism by
midday.
Heavy fighting raed along thi
Swill* front, fm oarentan t<
t yeaeterday on the southern
Cherbourg Peninsula where their
AmeroN. battered the enem:
back from two to four miles al
a]lng the line.
(AM JULY 4
This was a t rim fourth of Jul
at, the tro iInee. Artillery wa
crashag and the only formal ob
serve ce rf Idependence Da:
was at noon when hundreds o
big guns mre than those at X
AO U -Tl, a sigle thuhder
ous salute.
Lieut.-.Oeneral Omar cradle
led the mighty serenade by pulling
the release of a long tomn rifle
which sent a shell crashitgg int
the enemy positions.
Iery gan had selected a target
for the bigget fourth of July fire
works evert touched off by th
army.
BetnnevUle, five ms northwel
of La Haye du Pults and tW
miles outhwt of St Lo Dour
viTUe, was one of the towns take
(Reuter's frontline reporters
in onnandy have told the
story of athe adiaens battle to-
day at Carpliquet. It was a battle
against the Germans and the
mud. Vehicles slithered In the
gluey ooze which caked men
and weapons. As one young
soldier put It: "I wonder how
HiUter gets it to rain when he
want it to." or a week or two
'before th3 attack, Canadian
patrols crawled through. the
German lines spying out the air-
field. One patrol led by Lieut.
Bergerst, a ?ven*h-speaklng
Canadian from Montreal,. actually
crawled across the airdrome and
one night made their way to
the l'ngars. Another time when
Lleut. Bergeret was suppc. -d to
be back at dawn, he stayed out
until noon moving along the
fringe of the airfield la the
hope which proved vain that
the Germans would give away
their j. ition. In exalperatior
he stood on a railway line
waving hi handkerchief and. ul-
timately he marched his little
patrol back tO the Canadlan
Positions.)


Linseed Scratched: Son OiMine

Likely Non-Starter Tomorrowj'


No Russian

Interventifta

in Rumania

WMOaf)" h asm 'U"
5, 5MVn VAM$ISX
WITM TicS D W A5MX IN RU1
MAM1A, dVttly 4 tA?)-1lt be sal wtiema copemnt& onI5tM
that ti RUsto n their titial
vetae at tur war beyond teir
border adopted the stark uttUtie
of non-lnterventio in local affairs.
Three montha after the "d
Army enter HUuaanls ft roup o
Allied orteeponeW were pelmt-
4 to oo t o the northern ornerma
of the count-ry held by Rma
AnI conduct a thorough invetiga-
Ion of th otcupon. We were
given the Ierty to talk with. any-
one and to ae anything we pleased
IThe unanimous consnsus o
AmIerican, snrith and Chineae ob-
servers was ttwt the Russians were
not lattferlag in any way with the
, .l ttal.economic or social life of
German propagandi had been
frightening the small nations In
eas tern Europe by reviving the old
lBolshevik bogey. It worked to much
an extent that many Rumanians
fled before the arrival of the Red
A r Investlottlon showed that
the iears are fictitious.
No officials ,eft their Jobs. Local
laws, including those with anti-
Semitic provIsions were left un-
changed pending a later change by
the powpe themselves. This atti-
tude was even applied to the Ru-
manian Act outlawing the Conmmu-
_nist Party which remain, on the
books.
If aa underground organisation
exists no one will admit It. Land-
owners who did not flee were r-
mitted to continue operating the
estates. Property which was aban.
done, 1 being kept In condition
Private trade, the practice of re-
ligion and other normal aspects ol
Rumanian life were untouched
The Russian attitude it based or
M. Molotov's statement of April 2
that the Soviet Government "does
not pursue t e ^l" of acquirlni
any part of Rumanian territory or
altering the existing social system
In Rumania.


SHAMROCK PLAY TODAY p J i I 1L
1hasroc wil Wl y a la t.n *aItn a Sunday, July 16th, 1944
this afternoon on th e club's ground.
A TEAM (01 t0oloU): J. BoOtt; 0. .G ,. 4 p.m.
Jardine, J. fauiolt: A. Farran, 1..
Murray, MV. IVa: 1. Jaidlne J, -- A i
Beheult. V. Abraham, X. Rostant, A. d' ADMISION & *15 & I.1
Vertouli.
B TEAM (in white): r. Ambaurd: lK. BeIaapIt Davidmen & Todd's.
Proverbs., 9 do Mattes: I. ASaum, G.I fr M--a"y, July 10th.
Monie do Oca, C,. Agotini, J. Adamir.,
S. Murroy,. al-Iolt 0, aI B l M l l
K. Wells ic~ll lHIIIIIIIIll


Tonca Beans


Highest Prices Paid


WmI. H. Kennedy & Co., Ltd.

3I MARINE QUAR


CYCLIST INSURED
An unidentified cyclist was
rushed to the Colonial Hospital
around 6.M0 p.m. yesterday, where
he was detained in an unconscious
condition, after colliding with a
'bus at the corner of Ariapita Ave-
nue and Alfredo Street.
It is reported that the 'bus was
Canrenage bourd.
The Woodbrook Police are In-
vestigatIUng the matter.


W TB WAR ASSOCiAiIN OF
TRINIDAD TOBAGO


UM~l L~pullA


There Is Ntbhing Lke a L better
Frm XmI! UWrte lim Trepay
All letters for the 1st Caribbean Regiment
serving oversees should be addressed to :-
Regimental No....l..... .
Rank & Name .... .....
1st Caribbean Reaiment,
c/o A.P.O, o040
This Is the complete address. The country of
destination is not required ,and should not be
written the envelope.

Pestae rate by ordinary nee mail It 5 cts
w esunce, en 2 cents For each edditlonael ounce.
Special oirmoil forms are vmiloble et ,ll'Post
Offices in the Coloni for communicating with
meombo6 of the Armed Fw serving overseas. The
rpe of postage Is b12t9"t.


There a lbab.t" ftew pWde1 skit aeslevely thias bo
youe-Pfd't msty-eft Dst mbwsr ehJeea -". with mader.
toMes thatkindbe hidden rdlM It i; mtM aIduidy withh
your akin.
Pond's Dreamwower Poweus livee yuI fe that4t4vaM
smooth look that mak es yoyew 40yet s we0 *6 a .
your iUe menAms*.| el wi
big ow %vands


4 - - -- -'-----.~&~ -


(dAL& S5Ai4000


Dy 3535Y3
LInseed bh been scratched for the balance of the meeting, and
one has to ympathiMe with t hewner ad trainer, a It would have
been Interemiu to me the honemt old a-te In *a handicap events
with (OSley sad a ligh mddle up.
wi h 0- a -- - t I have al so learn t, that Son
OMino Is not likely to take any
.T.C. Ground I further part at this meeting.
I IM__I- TA geeldtng failed to produce
Sweep Results anytn *near his rbadoe form,
. It here he OIs credited, not only to
Om i)aiin g ground oweeta"* have beaten Maid of Honour In the
rua ina counnsion wita the ." ,two Barbadoe Derby, but also places re.-
da of th T.T.C, race eilSU a ulaly in es of hisclas.
I'eluwa During the training period, al-
ilo iie S ..." most everyone clamoured for sun-
2nd Prum 1t....... quithle ao f .
2h., d .Pri m .FM shine: now that racing has begun,
3rd Pris e aU....................- qult a few trainer are hoping for
Also drawn: 711 n 52 a shower or two of oin as the
231, c'% DM, 6 5. C2T, track is now as hard as flint, and a
yi, l= Oandm t couple of horses have been jarred
Somad i Be": bv reat aon it.
lit Prime 30 ............ A Although Greenwood hAs been
2.Ad 4Prif 6 .......-- 1, under saddle since his race day'
3rd Priase r 5 ......... .... R.. mishap, It has not been definitely
Also drawn: AI?, 35 A, W, decided whether he will face the
442, GM6 and 41L. starter. but Johnny Marcelle In.
ThlIlrd Bia: formed me that, he himself rode
lst Prize C03 P"" a rl low st light exercise, and
2nd Pri D670.....w.. as satisfed that she was fit
3rd Prize G557 ...................... i
Alec drawn. 539, D A1S4, enough to race tomorrow.
m M GM.m mno or1 was sent to the starting
091,7Flo,' )3. D D 5 iW ga6te yestert'iy morning, and Chris
F 22, 65, 9, C0479, 27^ Newman took particular pains to
Ato, D 4, 0 34, Ee11, aad sa that the erey colt lined up in
S73. unproved famblon: It is piltsing to
FeMtkv*Racest m dd that he jumped out on a cou-
lst Prize D344 ..................... $300 pie of occasion but this is no guar.
2nd Prize D 40 ...................... $146 antee that he will oblige tomorrow
3rd Prize E54 .................. .... 2 afternoon.
Also drawn: F6, B604, C193, Jockey ldrar Crossley has been
A280, F340, C410, B ,54, 241, enanted to ride the 'Ra in his
A A, Ctl, C33, 8E42, D4b. eominr starts. as Padilla, who rode
I 4El-4, and D349. him the anst couple of days, now
11th Race:-hst io ipn
1st Prine A 73 ...................... 276 has to pilot Pippi,
2nd Polse &338 ...................... $136 .
3rd Prim AST.......... $ U ..SPORTS TX MEET TONIGHT
Also drawn: F638, A223, EB4, -.E5 i... C w ..l a
c 3 X, 416. 507 and 224. Sporting Club will hold a meet-
SSixth Ratce: In at the Public Library tonight,
t st Prime A ...................... starting at 7 o'clock.
2nd Prize G216 ...................... 1 __$
3rd Prise C417 .................... M '---
Also drawn: 7 149, F294, i"-. ilfllMniiinimiiilnllmniiiiiniI
A91, ,1W. Al1d, 8471 and E33.
Seventh lace: -
lot Prize A373 ................... $140
2nd Prize D123 ................. ....
3rd Prize C405 ...................... $
Also drawn: C384, C152, GD 3
D501, B77, B52, D500, E184, CMl
A320, D210, A398, D249 and E 305
SECOND DAY
Eighth Raee:
lst Prize 63 ..................
2nd Prize 5333 .......... ...... 17
S 3rd Prize A362 ...................... s
Also drawn: G245, D45, A5,.
e E103, C93, G298, D166, 8,.
C328, and G453.
SNinth Race:


eTenth Race:
y 1st Prie O 283....... ................ $10
2nd Prize B3 7 .................... S10
S 3rd Prize A69 ...................... $
Also drawn: 30 134, B791,
7452, C343, 33 057, E37, Cl3,
D74, A709, E323, C31A, 3718, a
n 1 B15, CandG 35
e Teenth Race:
ld SPrize0...ong Recital
2nd Prize 7307 ......................
3rd Prize 0487A...................$1 Y -
Also drawn: 1312018,3COL,"791,
42 B4,Z9.07,15,E1

B35, 7349, 10 8, AE52 and3
y Twelfth Iate:
leot Prize F74290............... $313
A 2nd Prize CGI405..(......... $12
3rd Prime 0279..............$....I G# Artist,

Also drawn: E271. B443, 3106,
t 35, 20 an 70F5 6, MR. MD. CARdUPENTER--Violins
.y Tlrefth1w:A yace
L 1st Prize B 63 ............... $31 MIS WINIF D TWELL-
2nd Prize B 17 5$..............$10568(M as t
t 3rd Pri 3 9 ...................... 8st
Also drawn: I87, 1644, P39, E 6 at a .
1- 690 C3, 3472, 307, C Ro'
D456, B357, Bl, E142, AV74 and ROy Victoria Institute
3331.


The impk health rule
of Inner Clanlimem with
Andrews wll heWp eeMy
women eo k

than a laxative. A slua
takvn relarl, as often
me needed, ;War sway
them pU>sin thet muse
Ma blmhlbessheah es
dm* JW 'It Owe
Ilk 4 -, -


.AN'DREW

uw SLf T u |


Sizes-


14 to 15i


SfLI STERI

rL I.STERMHE


BYOU GET TOOTH PAMTI
THAT LASTS LONOGIR
You may occa.ioafly fMad Li-ee
Tooth Paste diwcuk o vt bmm d.a
Sthe wu.,. bat, whenoafT yMdo maM
PAM-OA-kfo L,,w i P&N* Vft
Listerine Tooth Pst aa mhdMt
cleaning actMiok. k p4siW diay
cracks and pits...-cleamsen d pol h.%
I.-more complmly. Thf why a rabw
Listerlae Tooth Putlaste surprsil
long...it takes so Ulittle to keep y lo
teeth sparkling white.
It pays to ask for Limerim every t u
you buy tooth pais.


LI STERINE
"W TOOTH PAST


DPWNAM A -&so
OswN sjNWN3.


if


-a
-5


$1.50 EACH


S A LVAT O R I'S


Pansa of bMey In Lmeedle work Aow
through the lbagar pe. And imernia nM


PFaad$e beUMA d, M tswrb NMrm.
Imen w*erd tiLsmaqBy to the Ughtst
&t4ts up of to*dy u6s0r"urm as J
ammpieuiea P. dWfidB

* YToll tab* nk.a 5ft it iA ob,


-~~~ ~ y^^^^^^^^iBfri^^
aimed W"Do


I--- Emmomm


OLK


"WI I


Standard Life
Asmuramee Ce.
btablllbd In thbe Wet
loatm for rum
wIn le me ft Pya.
eie4a. *Mauas P.O~i


1
t



I
(
I









-0io_ I low


STalk Of Trinidad
my Tug NORM" Sn
UH3 WCT tr AegeAti" ovemor aad MeI Wrism
eimltbett a few Ite at a mal eeletlll party tG Oevm--it
ou----_ Me m- y eve"-g_
WTANs sleetorwes Mr x= i MTNMr. Dee ioff ^n
, ata Whutem. Mr. and mm. JL mrf. mIf .b..r..


Keep Baby's Skin Smooth D.LUXE De LUXE :

Ad He Will Be Comfortable k O y--uo I sTAmi S TOMN l S
ap afO I .ld he t bnl ia anId i a a 4.45 dS45 pm.
# oi we= va n am h1% a byr eld heak Wa"I"
/In sat" w, an his be ilad W i I
I3 ma wi=th "Wa. ehon dasd euaebaym esykacsol d b e wahodwlh


a-to di,+. ,- -y .o -Ia oo M- 0
69. bt pod-MUan You Make


B

I


H IE'LL BE U
HOME IN A
"EW MINUTES,
IF YOUCAQE
_ 'TO WAiT .,


ai


(.I ( USMAKE YOURSELF
SAT wOME.UNTIL
7HE GETS 14ERE
T 1-^^-^'-


AV"
I~wu


r P9ee5 A GENTLEMAN
IN THiE LIVINC-,IO(!f
WAmN TO -
5EM2 YU ,-^ Q


~rrg 9


Yi! lUPiVE 610T'- LOT "............................
iOF-CR ,,WAKING MONARCH
"7 A MAN UP
r MIGHT IN THE TONIGHT .13 lSHARP-
IJ OLE O A M.G.M. K.O. Double-
NI NAP! lst-A Now Print of MAYTIME
JJ .^starring Nelson Eddy, Jeanette
McDonald
i 2lnd-Norma Shearer. Robert
Taylor In:-ESCAPE
Thurs. 8.60, Fri. 4.36 S. p.m.--
1~ BHARAT MILAP


POINT FORTIN


TONIGH' at 8.-
Metre Goldwyn Mayor Preenits:-
BDB Abbt A lou CosteDo in-
Rio Rita
with Kathryn Graygen & John
Carrefol
Tomorrow:- CHETNIIKS & LAST
OF THE DUANES


SHIPPING


HAREION LINB
M-ra m'&is m Jan. aism. saab
at 0 NM aT t War Tmawet. Ill
stt P-nM sd Carpe emorie 3
ISmi ue endd el 35 su a il rism
Wit tiLd. sian rmi*a. so a"O

SMwmmmlmmmmum
Safm lmts. mgs"Msaeas e m "
i-r mas
-- ttM**MCtaB--- M -
M055S. 000. P. MUyIN a 00. LuTO
Teassesm litis 30 Sase ew aw


NAVY CLUB


FOR MERCHANT SEAMEN
OF ALL TUE UNITrr
NATIONS.
ST. ANN'I ROAD


Wednesday, July 5
$a VAL
Grandl Smokln

at the CLUS 3OvL


ON? I


I
S


GLOBE
PoiT-QF-SPAIN aud SAN


i-


t iMlUIftU
wmr SLOW WAR
gon so&" Stll lieN
*lless 1 4111 *WM aIlltMUel
womm^ oft MM MKtit
FmLU IT_ *** II


EXTRA


Cfptala oad Mr.. Robert JohualMsM Mr. and Mbs. Rabeit Nbei@. a -ew( ft^ ^^ ^ ^
MCa. John Jlff and Mr. H. 0. Va"0 4eA A iti. the uin mu.t Pb1 I I
rigs* l A Igetly it a dttow. ean o r d e
|n =CLUE NCT he AUa Governor and M Wri _1m1 nS S S _rdabbedbllYi # tg Wi
bef pesntatth pemer o .b*Apple Cart." S e and bH y's creases toogl
gIn ~peen atthe Ui *inJ ed. Any cracked :ammi= le To ie gl ood baindsPat *
raw: w "Jc Rb.TvA^ry K7 at the pi T o careullywad",ed abed quie dy u t b th eWD. stan Use
e tM then et~tw , s som e good baby ares% or a I
4M R. Nart ,pe At Itttte inU but not conc.tratedl '" t bi Iy m at 4 W
D pae ar t l ccpidse lL p red beamt a dpattbn an
a`0aa say wBhobut for theedpastten weeks wahle erbeedoc .
Un M11 da1. He went. N at awei-Wrned rest and is look'sam arbeach Bafyou him sainge d nda cen.the peN t t ea ~
wl Sirdward spent the whole of his U t A fi l lyb m ahryo k e aiaia bi---
homen, Glitter Bay..* or 6allow hmto weas a wet napkin. ex rat til~ ram ant! te water,
Ohis skirn will become soft and sor rinse te brans well ad puait o
O regular members' Wednesday evening at the Portuguese Club Wet or ftiled napk shouldbe a oup kette.
o n Queen's Puark Cst will be made mor attraotls ton oht by removed, and at oe ibaby washed Adah now o
in oThsen have bee organized by G MrsinO In w y l. and baby sep. AfterAw
WOM0 a nd be awarded the winners. I rinming. the siun,including &la rtamaub. ( or the MWcfr.hi vlvt
Ta amsw~l bgnat I o'clock anW dancing will follow from ceames should be patted j*&. afa cup of ap~edcelery cr
lie 'clock. eseaningsaeprov'ng very popular, and a lug If there In any roughness orreut5 t In, and, In a u h
aeondce is cetrd tonight. ne, s the skin should be gentle wrapiup two or three bay lea
0s eared with a thin co ating of a few Pe r coi ca m ws l e hkIb
MR. and MRS, FRANK LF3SUE (formerly Miss Lena Coryat) left good grAtse or vaelefn as a pro- pepper said four o er A" wbolel
Triaidad for Miaml on Monday on their way to Peoria. Illinois. tectlons. i wt rt tolo
where Mr. Lelle bon his home. Before leaving Mrs. lIIliea usked The best ointment, perbhps. t a toiaco l slwror uw ae tre
to bid goodbye to all of her riends whom she was unable to see. one mde from castor oil]. x 1sor t me rb them through a
0i, ointment, with :I few dr ope of oai~ imP ~l~t h
REPEAT performance of the Trinidad Pre.s Club's carnival revue. tr I added This can tlewithout r e ba g of cioie
Sland of the CalypsMo," will be given by special request at the tUtally be bought at any rftlait '. and add eouh t wleir o
U.B.O. Theatre on Tuesday. July 11, starting at 8ip.m.. end drua store: bot good whte ht watero r) 5
This revue was first staged at the U.S.O. on Tursday, June 10. or even plait cstor, or cod w i a l.molnt crfeatn ro mithr % i f S
hbut Mr. Merle Scott, V.80. Director, and Mr. Olse Flanders, Activities will do min an emergency. f y i e thcer
Director, have been inundated with requests for another performance Napkin must b wished every b sonft lou and but-
[timetheyare o~e ut tem brownn a -soonfu ofhlowand se
b those who were not able to see the first performance there or an time they a soded. Put them into .... an .tddsoe
oi thB public performance in Port-of-Spain and San Fernando, so well a pail of cold water. cov r- .:t a i fTeoth a nd i toi soe w eF. I iCi wJSM
as those who have already seen the show. lid as protection and let th Aemoufh A teto ^ sth 35 1 + W -
Meeting of the cast for a special rehmarsal has been called for stand until the, are read tc be s ep. Ad f av.or t s 'll 9 .he tomorrow morning. Mernhers of the cast will meet at the gate of the washed ot b th m hroug lo two hard boilaou t e mash w th 10010 w a fi b om0*0 1
1790. on Wrightsoln l Road at 9 30 a.m., bringing their costumes/ a lather made with go'd o apie mustad se Mon with a lit- E
wltel them flke or with soap which does no itle worcesrsnte sauce and .ir I
MR. and MRS. MICHAFL (Micky) GRANSAVLI. accompanied by tonts l soda, then Iaf you terand, put,, th- sou Serve ithim .onie
their two children, left by air on Sunday for the United States boil for a few imnuties, then rinse d thin s.c of'tlemon floating on the .IUIIIIII
after a stay of two and a half years, during which Mr. Gransaull was thoroughly, and hang in the air to ____ l.. _the bowllltlllllHIIIlIMIinittIithlIlllll
employed on the U.S. ba. dry
If boiling e'verN day Is out of !
11WING to the performance by the Victory Players tonight, the final question. 'rise weil a f. I wshr washin g o lday s $ .Ia V
I lecture of the Musio Association's course on *"Orchestra" will be them and hang them in tbe strong i T a y
held ow until Monday, July 10, a-, 830 p-m. sun to dry. Bride Drive. Princes Building PM
ot ifa Of courn it L- defr.itelv harmful in aid of Etipni ut
`e,%UBLZ SEVEN." or the seventh of the seventh moth, which fall to take off a wet napkin, dry it and T Aple rt Vict TO IT .
iw on Friday, may well he called "*Triple Seven." as this year it also ube It again PThe Apple heCart,. by Victory O ITE at .30 .
eommemorates the scver.th anniversary of the Sino-Japanes- war. A red rash which some bab Play'rs m1 irey dTheatre, 830ndad m
For Chinese all o'er t.. world. this Is one day which will never ocAglonall w het on their head or country Club -
Ill and the ~ ~~oeazionallv iret on their head or unr u. .i
be forgotten, and the nmmunaty here is organising a series of face Is generally due :o a fIediun t Midr-wekC ub. c Penverane d
a te;= lrd-weekly dance, Perseveranc
fuamtions, proceeds of which will be donated to the Chmneee Soldiers' error. In most cass a tespoonuJ Club. --e
Comforts FU2`d. of fluid magnea given as soon Membr'
All Chinese a:itns places, will he closed and flags will be sold as the rah Is seen and another C"b Evening, Portuguese r
by Chinese gtrls throughout the Colony. In the aftprnoon, at 2 o'clock, I does abott 12 hours later will cear 1e o itii r ed.r nahers
a memorial service for the soldiers andl war orphans will bIb held a! j the rash b r the nece&a"r fitera-
the Kuomintang Hall on C"hai'otte Street At 4 30 clock the IChincMe tionq in diet a-e made Forthcoming Events PRESENTS -
Youth Athletic Club from San F'-nardo. ,v:li oppose the G'ienrilla rah hich cP'eE not dL-appear. S
Athletic Club at the Quren's Park SAavannah, in a vollN' "all came for e#peciait it babv 'is feverlsn ir i,(v Concert by 13th Trinidad S' -
a trophy offered by Mr. Albert M-you, proceeds of which will no h what appears 1" be a cold Scouts. St. John's Hall, 1 pin
towards the sMme cause. 'hoild e seen b tour doctor a s Grand Fete. Dril Hall, San p r
Closin commemoration nretei na r- the dav will he held hr the siO ld be seen bvir doctor is Grand Pete, Drill Hall San r-
irala Stedy Group in t&A Kuomintang Hlal!. at p m. Mr inward ; po_-- .'D ,_________nando,_____________ i _i
t. Lal ]ook will prexldo and ptakirs include Mr. T. C. CeAow and n
Mra. Chow, and Dr. Petor Phu. I C C
On Saturday., Jui b, t,.ere will he a danee in tho Kuomintang Radio Programmes I
**.. 530____.______ US WVClft
THF, p.nd eeil -isn'W.i v the W.V.S. in San 'i.inanrno, which _______g.__________.__ UA.__________ WV_____
took ples on thq prenes'o f MeN.#SA-. Farah & ,*',.--kindly lent :i Annou ae.mate Tri. Vsm th N-' El In N.ews i () N
for the nc sio.n-.. '-,tlv, wa a B', S at ucca ,frorm .very point ot 1 6 R.dsai,. P. Ray v ,e Orh...ra v .,,, M- ..du= u/Y% ,elar.d >(haw
view. Many zi'ta 0f f-is *vpcftn'.ir. and irrejres r.r- contrihuttd 5 - Mirt .f&Mdnes s en)r c aK)
by th W.V.&. in .-i:r-undinrg di.trle., and people In San Fernando i : - - - Osnu .
eo-opernted. all bhtniing i pound and buying a pound tat least) as -'"- - Inder the Dlstlnpgahed
requested, in a ver) g ratif':ngr way.nso that $140 wasr rtliso5 # 00 D aMels News CarVa, of Music n
In addition the W.VS. in lio o decided that I% view of tei. 6 Al i -- -I pi oage of His Excelency
fact that transport difficultien would prevent their attendance at th 6 :3 l Anhe Ne t - Nws the Acting GoveHarr
n FIlrnando sale, they would hold a pound Salae of their own, which w -N-e... .... ...-Gve11
they did with conptcuoua rucese, for they raise $ to add to the s m som "m "n MWOO 4 Iuly
San Fernando takings. 7 - it* 11x --
The A total pceedle of thei two ae amounted todS2o 21& whic / "?7-- 901s4 nrtorwis Baeoe Boler
has been given to the special Invtasion Appeal of the British Red Cros : s1: M ~ U N -- deKmd Seott
Thertotal prees t tow is aroone 1' 15Noei7 Admission
i :u Mltary sand Spollo t linghtSad
M|R. "Buc." ALITNEI v| ay n tn*afteidinnr party at his bungalow 8 :0 G x t -8 -- s aki ng Xve
"* In Points-at-Pierre recently, tn celebhra tha lth st birthday of --.:1 a4 pow .. L, $2.009, $1.0 & 50c,
Mr. Geoffrey Hunte. who was the gu"'it of honour. It was a vNry ay a . ~-'--i-r --U-iN-tio Rseptewmsb
affair. with lentv of muticand d^ancuin:id the fun contnlnued wi- 9 : rN : sn l N at, i tn Ryh
out flagging until thrce o'clock in the mornin':. I'0 tts maytbeoobNainai ae.Tn
AmoI g teim prscnt were Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Alevne. Mr. and - -- -a1 - IMesn Davidson & Tod
+Mrs. Jim Hadden, Mr-, and MrC. harles Ray. Mr and Mrs. Fred *wsel. Nw ------- it C
Leavitt. Mil Isabell ray,. Mr Aloe (;nnsal..". Mr. Bill Preston,. Mi' 1lo0 01- n'' r New"s NlClut C-
Jaki Sms M. oy:13 rrewom rorlim ..i AL PRFT FO
Jckie Sims. Mr, Reoy tchlieffor, Miss Lorna Farmer, Mr. D. W. Ford | 0 Yank wing eilos ALL ROFITS FOR
and many others. R. : i:, _____- R. N. CHARITIES
... .... --. A.... .... ........


Ali M


.. .. iimii uf lNIflhlllitIUIUI64lllllff|Ifl5I


ntra featuring "'HOO, SHUU A
SGLOBL MELODY GARD1
I x *.O.S.

GLOBE-Sau Juan.
TONIGHT, 8.*-
STREET OF CHANCE, and RENEGADE TI
IIIUIIBHlll EEImilUIIlEiUUMiMMBM>U I lUiUEINU

|CoBn"I 9*0- A V IC^*nif a
VOICE IN 5AI 64
C]i-'-IROYALI
THE WIND RL W i
SToday, at 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.-Third InstalmeI
Republic's Smashing Serial
DESERT AGENT, & DEVIL PAYS
TOMORROW-Finsl Instlmemt and RMe, TederfetI
Starting FRIDAY, & Continuing Over the Wei
(A GIANT DOULS)


AI IPAULETTEU

MILLAND GODDARD


*Ml OiAOV "am
oIlS SAM SIOSUwA


ITHE

KANSA


Starring Richard I
Jane WYATT an
Albert DEKKER

A HARRY SERMAN P

*ARM*


ROXY T n 1z
Taday, at 4.45 ad 3A-- TeIitlt a P$in.-
STORMY WEATHM and STAGN fSHOW
WESTEN UNION in ai mat Charities
GAIETY- San FerMande
Today at & M 8. .m-tnd InmAalment of Reapublc SMe
Serial-DESERT AGENT mad THOU SHALT NOT I
Starting Sanday sad Continuing-
LADY AND THE MONSTER


PALACE- San Fernando .'......w.Nu.Nnu...
TODAY at 5 .3 p.m.- = RLALTO
Gigantic Duble:- ITODAY tMs. .3M p.m.-


DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE IRalph RICHARDSON, Hugh
and WILLIAMS
ATLANTJC FERRY I

I SOMETHING TOK |-h-
REMEMBER : |f"
4 Alfred*. Sitr. EMPTY-quiet E
locality near Trolley 'Bus," I f
Tram, Market, Church. Cine-= B
ma. Cemetery. A real bargain -
The keys await you. E
"Empty Cettae & Appr, Acrem and -
Sland Petite Valley. Dieg |Temn DORSEY ORCH., Be
Martin near Garden City i WHEELER
SFarm .............. 5,MI.00. I
N85 Cipriani Boulevard. La| rge* LA VEGC NIGUT
==Dwelling. 7 Bedrooms $24."n4M| =LA_ j .ASNIj GlHl
94 Lovely New Bunrslow = I _
I near the Golf Course Mara- .. .
I val .................. Cheaply | R llfN %
-New Home (near Coblentiz) AR | BA
5 .................. ,b .M I ARIMA
M Belmont Cir. Roed- Free-i i
hod ................ l ,. T.ODAY 4.M6 p,m. Only!
Shop & Dwelling .. Bargain= i
S(Possession of dwelling house)[ I Warner Bros. Double
STOBAGO. Speyside state *A M= ntire Proceeds In Aid of St.
Speyslde -on-Sea Complete.- -_I'ncent de PaMi Soclety Shelter
..Full Darticulars at office. -for Poor of Arta
TOBAGO Bloe dy Bay- appra. F _--I' .. _....... 3 O..-
487 acres ......... Bargain TONIGHT i. ONLY:-
TOBAGO. Louis d'Or appr. f00! I------
TOOm.............Bgaln DAMA WIH WINGS
TOBAO ebeim EsIat S.
113 a ores ............ again I1
5-5th Avenue. Posse'slen
52 Obsvatry Steii.. Rental
$22 ................55 .E W
1 &are land' dAladle sl-Il
S.l -- st" Ui ..... -... U.
144 Firns~ treet-Sen Joan

Mese...... ............ OWN,
1 ur Stree ...... 51,566 N MIe
If LoIs Street..6..KI
13tn II"I TODAY AT area ONNL Y:-
Read ............ 515,566. TD T
ts a is Sc. staamsr i FootstepsL I
--amK Offer. *
Viac aotte Cem Million [
5~ ........." Cbfhea- AIA M. P. M. STAGE SHOW:-
iese..... ...SENORITA OND
'{s. saan s ip^ ^g "--
vmcant-srgain ....81"_6A
7 D o Ve$11Rne.4"A,666
A" bees ftU in~ii


OLTM
TODAY 4A4, 3. & p.1
Trm CONWAY, Jem
"SEVENTH VI
-and-


I LONDI
STODAY 4.45, 6 P.1
charlks LAUGHTON
OHARA, Geerg I

"THIS LAND
IIs
a- nd '
SGerge SANDERI
Iij NIAGLZ

| "NURSI
f[EDITH CA^


mn Fernan
in The Dark .
tollar Baby
)EGA & TRQ

MUOO~g 'AmBA


IEMPIREmSa Fere
i2DAY AT S 5 5 I.E.-.
LAfl MeOWING.-
WHITE CLIFFS OF DON
-q(.- "m m"An Nm> Aum Iu m)
NO tfcr r--- VMCXWAz QU M'


heMal 0tsa e4
A~ktM


- DAELY MAGAZINE_,


SOCIAL


mIan


I


I


, I


I


I 1-


................. ........ .. --- ---- --- ------------------------


. 111 ,.. i


IME *
+ThTursdiy & Friday
A piiW OF ADVENTURE!
A WA"1 OF THRILL!
,-+


-I


I


Lit+


PF"


fwsft ^


.msWSi NOMB L_,
''. ~ ~ ~ PA 4 ^^


i

I

*P


I
l i
I


I,


Ak-6
1*-6-











tMnMDAD GUAD9 N, WlMA, IsT ik, 14.


C W System ..C
*r&~~~r .A31 Ot* V ^U Alum -
Post-war Expansion T
OSUII N ]10KPAGE 1)
hmy av nsproved lnvalua) M atN wa t ewer
ri crisesbt seead hefl J~ix A~t Ip^- Sa fthe GM qS etl and
t- ao s volum al yA l thor s no cs fr sr Mr.
prirs'%=v iuiserttotC.. 0.&y y~f
oedthatfE.,, A-.i
S they wer designed."S wt oa tdm th ?tf ld set c
** ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ^^ miW *J( e^rto ih the imps- plalw
benrwe of the war 1aa- rialo o7o b Aricul- work,
Boom I n Score L fo &a tu, were making a fu oInveetip wom
th3rge erSl 11 n T ateoa of this disease with a ouef
Medusatd:tt"o at tr a t view to at aUI n pnraL umt-o rehil
ChuroScfr *a to neeer a at *5 Ld. help
H fre b theatre of o &r r fipna ietery n the lae 1 1 \et t dewed
forhes ear Mar tcan Cimad
0rar.I for s dthiteDr. r. JohnUorlt whorolt d Fr ud d -re
e Liso Ofa e died, mon the city wodson Monday momo .e


ot dea nw dit m onthgod ireg te o etn to- a
r Wt ft M or thse Eursose
to owith ,eaPe s eto n tew snad in g aittha a
In m~ w a the Importae speopli of Trinidad. q i t MV-ink
11E' i srnagft o te puh e .sslstlng V. .Rev. D.. Scrteour -M-1--" O-
new dprt e we in the service were the M t. C. De gall. o ryc orprt of n o- and4
*inMUMe orfthe Army McDonalS and the Be*. J. it Olb- lice, got a 9-men jurv. toecqut him In
to ub release of a senior los I. i i n n the Hall Jutioc yest erday of occut
Sof our technical staff. The, bywayintorred -atte a Crown allegation of fraowiulent- bv a
n AtlOn ,a ter- TunpunCemetery near the graves lV converting to his own use W brok
S oter In order that he ol.f Dr and M ehnM rton. ioth bfn ve-dold t uold p=cy howan
t. Press Lialson Officer Amongl0o gresent were repreo- w tM t O nd fe ollatt gnotd orh
h. ofr a e newi department entatives f CanadianM goion s to denpdo n with thre Au eiT
S san ed for this purpose. and PrensbyterianS organItlo M o- antGd t enpl woie the e otye whici
B to this, we have e. width fellow-clergyn and Ant sweri the tallegati l that hei
Slud i by tnew department eseral friends from Port-of-spain. aled t er a o1at tio t he intrutonsh
~u~i aeimios Ofice Dr. Morton leaves to mourn theirfaedt StyotteflrutOSChn
ta r Relutations O er i nhis wife Jessie ay and his, si adsuggestieon thit he used the by se
Direct purpose, untrammelled Nn borrowing money and
other administrative reaponnbli children, Nyren, Gordona, Jaka., woho cduri hei ed bo wn gt
betoffet c tlsert ally. Molly and Elizabeth. h e, weho conducted d his own
will be to effect is closer wreath* weresent 17 Jee tWif. defence. told the jury: "I want
son with the general public as ands on, s SGordolon, you to believe that Irplaced the tin
al and potential users of our a end r cinid ns 8ally and rsa ry Moo- gold In the operty box after I thouJ
Mce. cows, Mr. and Mrs. Alec ROEe, GrMt.andt..ttr
fo prelminary spews r anpi- gu Car, Mr. and Mrs. A r.oeack. k mlen, t I t r ny the Royal bank and a coi
Spreliminary spade work ans aee ad.&Ld'yGrSn Mr.. adM rsi. was ot there on December 4. of th
Sdone by these departments Id o Mr. and Ms. Gordon Taylor, when unfortunately for me, I was force
so attsfled us that. they will Ot na rs Ogler, .ov4. and Mrs. lying in the Colonial Hospital and of th
eclably strengthen oeur o e t W.oargeivdan- Fet, .G s t.a Mrs.I1 every individuo believed I would sity
Ion Ceoob.rt r t'u l. .t and Willard have been a dead man on Decem- and
in addition to the ordinary Grant, Mean.Tr&J. de 8iuareill, 111ber 5. I am not testing for a drop;
lc of Press war news and pIc- ll an' *Mrs.La .Gr moment that any Li.AGrdual memI- univ
Tand staand or ovenethyGoolnnichM:m men tWetlsanyoIntae.mo
M, much valuable work Ia dome and Mrs. E. de Bruin. ber of the Force took the gold from and I
the Ministry of Information In Ara Cansi ,eaa. CaivenWe. the box, but I am stigeeting that of tI
ulati, here and overseas, offi- TartioCl.M.ischolBan J eugs In view of the condition In which dent
war photographer received and school. Tuana, C.M, school. praej I was It may have been thought all h
smitted over our system. In st4a t Goverdmnent Traini a dw man tells no tale."
F fteIprac fti es student teachers, G.T. Ooilege; The M.JsieX icn rw E
of the Importance of this cer of the 2nd Battalion Trinidad Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown NE
idly distributed pictorial pub- Volunmteers. Tl staff of Stollmeyer's t. Wa trinl judge, and Mr. C. T, W. Co
Sof the forward movement of e .Worrell. acting Solicitor General, .Nati
Allied forces, both to our own prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. tatil
lIs throghott the Empire and Ser"_, -- -^- --a-
ae people of Allied and neu- o r emprv
thri t tIheav empe aNazn Coffin Nailed Five For Welfare eopk
countries I have made Na zi work
to W Brendan Bracken,I T ht peace
-h he accepted, that we InGardensTonA o
ad handle all official pictures 0 o t CourseLeaveTody stud
ted to for emanatin from the "Mtore nails for Hitler's Coffin" Trinidad five seleet recently vice
.try of Information without melody appropriate to the times, is for a social welfare course In Ohin
'ge." Included in a proramme which the Jamaica leave today. They are specl
lis -Pp n-rPolice Band will render at the Mrs. Violet Olttens,, Breakfast indui
SSUPPORT *Botanic Gardens at 8.30 o'clock to- Shed 8uperv-l"or, of 45 Frederick phan
uphi nhpeth with an pull programme is & follows: Street, Port-of-tPain; Mr. Earl pCho
h s hF ga o KA&Io0 o, Tunapuna C C .; M r. ectiv
Pel for" the continuance of March-,-"Unlted Nations On Hamilton Bhilaof the slparia Cot
pire support for an Empire 1Ol- Parad Shoetakovich Road Cj&.; Mr. Carlton Ott- for t
in communications, Sir Edward Overture-N-\.lljzi'm Tell .... Rossini lay, of the Warden's Office, misal
e nliuhed: ie S ection- lu Were Never Scarborough; and Mr. Gerald Dewe
i indications I have given Lovelier .................... r myofthe .C lmol, point pt
t this morning of the many con- Things toeCome:Fortnn,. oforcei
rable developments which we d ,e L,, ending You th esleog- Tive fslectee from British Oui-SP
ve In mind for the expansion fried Line ann for the same cour arrived Intro
I Improvement of our system (a) Over Ther, on :Ie .day and left yeterdaw for past
which we have made financial (c) .Aore Nails For Hitler's Jamaica. These wre Mr. S. N. who
vision, emadl the further reduc- Cffin Selms. Mr. Rupert A. Dowden, amsm
a of rates which we are anxious Melodies from-Bitter Sweet ...... Mr. C. E. Smith, Mr. U.Pera- $1.30
effect, must carry the q uali ..................... owerwd gh and .Clment It. James. T
Reservation that they are doe- A Waltz Medley o from Barbado--MI Thel- was
dent on the continuance of Two Nos. (a) Normandie ma Hacket. and Mis AUdWiI Cod- W.
irn support for an Empire pal- ( ) Ssame Mucho rington-are still In Trtndad await- of tt
6 olmmunciaEtiOns. sy!t 0) Special n reservations.
Elvch a policy is a part of the I An .% favourite--The New = rGOA
ponsibility Imposed on a comrn- Moon ................ Ro omberg 6T
by ring the main burden of! EZxtra--a) Shoo Shoo Baby 'U-A;-:-l' ,4'EIr Senek
mln eWiSece 'and operation of' tb) I Couldn's Sleep a Wink elic oin g for at t
Empi re system of communc- Lst Ni $50 F
is, since on It depends the fu- Anthem-aOod save Th t King rings a Fine
a of such an Empire system. It a
*Ives the W hole cost of the Trinid wAa rder Jua or.oAugdemt
Intenance and evelothent JAILED FOe SAULT mthV *a ut
ele, both here and throughout Convicted of assault ond battery b. the poiCe oeg for sale sev
SColonies of the whole of th e o:Ur P. ConrdenJamn bottles of what t Is alleged he
co a at bole un o"la Urwas -rdy sentenced to fora Ios be as blood wie
eablethto e 1tOQ Aela-Cnrd e~a
mth t any foreign cou on tg Imprisonment withlhardfe"
e. But au I have i ite h I C labour ordered w eedy Mr. A. le
ipanys truth dependent o n Em another two months by Mr. Bsby In the Ma It' Court
ot r tMhe pirne-A. 3 Hamilton in ti ondPo. her ymterday to pay nfne or R
ust s itexiststo mlice ourt. serve three montha In prison.
ntmandi If that support is with- "__ -_0 ___ 4Constable Plrre wes ommonded 0
ad the financial resources on by the msgistrnte for his keen. oh-
Il it relies are diverted into MUSIC PARTr seratn whih e-poe --.Alexander.
hands, then, not only I m- Members of the MuIse ctions
eommunlticati" A m a whole, but of the Royal Victoria Institute are TMIIIDA'
tim0 many other Empire Inter- holding their annual party at 3.30
5. must suffer disastrously." o'clock tomorrow evening. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
-TRINIDAII AND T'1BAGO
lEuMINlflNNlHflH~mHhIHhIIIMlflhIIImhlHlEHl ~n h i lhINflhIIuu Sub-Registry San Fernando.
~~~No. 2 f 04
the Uatter of
The Infants Ordinance "qC1. 5
No. 31
And In the Matter of


PERSEVERANCE CLU1
Notice To Memberx
Our Wednesday Cocktail DINNER-
DANCE is put off by popular requests
to THURSDAY, 6th JULY.
DANCING from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
(Especially .for race-going members.)


A Pettion hereunder Of IAN
NIGEL LANDRETH-SMITH an
infant under the age ef 1 years
by his ardian and next friend
ENA STE'LA SMTH
PUBLIC NOTICE is h 'by given
tht by order of His H:'our Mr.
Justice J. L. Matibleu-Pere made
In the above matter ou the 0th day
May, 1t4, the w ill be P0ut .p
for sale before the doors ot fthe
Court House In the Town of San
F ernando on Thurday. the 37th
day of July. 14, between the
hours of l and 1 p.m. ALL AND
SINGULAR ta$ eewtaln ee or
togethr withd tho umltc thereo
dtuate m In tc Tows of An.w-
nmando ;n the Dma t
known and essep mM 8 6
N-rris Street Not and bounde
on the North l. landB. nqw or form.-
erly of G Aaron on ti theSet
bv lands of 0. D. Wlamao the
East by lands formerly of the
Ena Stella Smith but now of Oarl-
ton Kenneth Mack and en the
Wet by Harris Street No.th, at
W t' upset or reere price 'f
$5,000.00.
Dated this ist day o me, 14
W. .. I0.P L.
Q ___ sub-3qb'..'


hurch Shoudr New Tasks

o Aid War Plagued China

m "ese lew tam boudlered by Christian ehurobe* t met
kping distress In wr-torn COaI drew for missionary socletes
Spmaifse from Dr. A. T. Weal Vice-Consul for China as he
led over the annual missionry meeting a Tranqullity Method-
bureh last Monday evening, .----- -.-..- -
Semergency services en- Jlamaic lAa
Sby msons., Dr. Wang ex- JU I
~s?^ndteZ f5 In Tax Rief
ed.i neMIded civila welft to
amd to surmpo =r uad _
r to oeuntntal IM to rg &tA 17_ _
millions of Chinese now ten- 1T Aill F aIm S
Shomeles, with their utiverl v A id Fa. m s.
* hopitals, chapels and ether-* -
ottional asttitlopi bobed, Trinidad Gwaiasa Cerrespendent
oyed or confiscated by Japan- KINO' N, iBy Malla.-Jamal-
Ca. It is reported, has beaten the
rest of the empire in adjusinf in-
ICAL AID come taxr legislation to enable
aling with medical and edit- tarmer to prepare for post-war
?ervc e seld In part rAblitatto1 of their larms. In the
sre t e h re awere Le0i'tve Council here after .
o the r there wtee sturdy flight, led by the wealthy
hospital in In.ain postical pairg the Hon'ble Roy
of about 2W0,000 n indo Industrialist *and farmer,
4,300,000 out-patlenta eich yea. and the Hon'ble R. L. M. Kirk-
3, 62 hosptibls were bombed, wood. lcal agent of Messrs.
filed, looted or interfered with Tate and Lyle, .uar producers, the
he Japanese. After the war o vernmenL, conceded a complexx
e out about two-thirds of the amendment to the income tax law
tals were either coeed down whereb- farmers can get relief cer-
ken over bY the Japanese. tificates In respect of maintenance
ao Council of Medical Mlitons and Improvement works which
t represents the mlsslon hoe- they should do now but cannot do
Sof the Protestant Church In because of unavailability of
i has rendered useful services materials.
drling Jimjowits of medical The Oou..ill has passed the new
surgical p|es to the mission income tax rates which, exempting
taie In different areas, only the first $720 of Income, rise
Educational work, the Chris- from 4 cents a $4.80 for the first
universities have held together $4.80 of taxable Income, to $1.80 in
ih they have suffered much aa 4.80 after the first taxable $4,080
msequence of the war. Twelve plus a surtax effective over $9,600
e 13 Chr:stlan universities were of taxable Income, the surtax rates
d to move. At the first year being 30 cents In $4.80 for the first
he war there were 7,000 unlver- surtaxable $4,100.
students. Through moving______
temporary closing this figure O P RT F
*ed to 4,000. However, these CITY OF PORTOF-
rsities made rapid recovSPeryA R -N
In the fall before the outbreak SPAIN
he Pacific war, university stu-
attendance again figured &n
Igh of 8,000.,
V EMPH/ 18 ]Burgess List 1944
including, i r. Wang said: "The Bu Lit
mnal Christian Council hbas es-
shed a Commission on Social
ice This Is putting special
iasis upon war-time service to Notice is hereby given that copies
out a reconstruction and of Burgess List of the City of Port-
e-time programme.
first step in this is to make a ot-S.'ain for the year 1944, have
y of the large amount of aer- been fixed on tse main entrance
work already carried on by the
ese ond missions Including of the Town Hall, Knox Street, for
al schools for married women, Inspection by the Public until tie
trial work, blind schools, or- 15th July, 1944.
ages, old folks homes, free
ols for adults and recreational All clalzis to be entered in the
Titles List by persons whose names a&-e'
ngratul. tons to Methodistl been omitted as well as al *l'jc"-
he part they play In assisting ton, to the names of persons ap-
ions came from Chaplain hearing in the List, must be mcrde
rett, of the U.S. Army and to the Town Clerk In the Statutory
ain R. Sawyer, of the British Form not later than the 15th day
e. of July, 1944. The required forms
makers for the evening were may be hid on application at the
educed by Rev. R. Mitchell, Town C'-rk's Offic.
or In charge of the church
also disclosed that the total Copies of the Burgess List have
int collected for the year was also been fixed for inspection by
D..rge congregation attending the public at the following places.
he krge congregation attending
led in prayer by the Rev. Dr. Woodbrook Estate Office
H. Mayhew, pastor in charge Eastern Market.
he Metropolitan A.M.E. Church. Public Library.
AT nOCILTY MERi.


inldad Goat Society will be ni
ral meeting at 8.15 .m. today
he Royal Victor't Institute. 1st July, 1944.


ILH. W. FARRELL,
Town Clerk.


FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

A small shipment of Fire Extinguishers and
echarges (not Refills) has been received and is
offered for. sale ex store, as follows :-
"Fastfome" e Extinguishers (Foam Type)
21/ gols.
"Pyrene" ,, ,, ,, (liquid type)
1qt.
"Fastfome" Recharges-(2'/2 gols.)
(Refills size 1 qt. are expected to arrive later.)
For prices please apply to Agency Dept.,
GEO. F. HUGGINS & CO., LTD.,


REMOVAL NOTICE

WE HAVE REMOVED TO

7 EDWARD STREET
AND HAVE OPENED UP AN ASSORTMENT OF
AUTO SUPPLIES


I


GEO. ATTAIN AUTO EIECIICAL
SUPPLIES
BDWARII STRT -.- '1nON3 ml


L_


BOROUGH OF SAN
FERNANDO
Burgess List 1944

Reidents of San Fernando are
asked to co-operate in the proe-
naration of the Burgess List by
giving information as to their
claims to be enrolled as Burgesses,
or by asking for forms on which
Lodgers can set out their qualifi-
cations.
Lodgers' Claims must be pre-
sented between the first and
fifteenth day of July next.
R. M. SCOTT,
Town Clerk.
Town Hall.
fan Fernando.

Victory InnSight
The beginning of the end:
the dawn of a New Day and
Peace and Goodwill towards all
men-the World made safe for
Democracy.
Ladles, you must play your
part In winning the peace
by uing. our famous "EUDO-
RA' FACH POWDER, very
nice texture, In sun tan and
peach at 15c. per box;,
ECLAT TOILET WATER;
Madam Alveranga Hair Grow-!
er; CASHMERE BOUQUET I
SOAP, etc.
Do you agree that that corn-,
bination makes a good beach-i
head?
Fitz-Clarence Spencer,i
"The Bon March6 House"
I14, Marine Square, East-neat
.C. Cathedral-Tel. 4970


SELLER'S LOTUS
HONEY
(For all Eye Treobles)
and
SHIVA KLALM
(For all acute, ebhronle and
Abesesees, UlesN, ere
C"ts, Weus"o, ete.)
Fresh Supplies of the above
preparations have been received
and are on sale at your Drug
Store.

Nagib Elias & Sons
Agoey DOept
8OL DISTRIBUTORS.
U 0, Charloette street,
?BONS 4M23


Be
WIEAi I
EIyLeS-


FOR SALE

P"noonm Q-. m
PAN W: T, se two stMy
"emeal t abed-
rooms, three bathroomfk di-
ing room, drawing room, study
and pantryv wIt"utbundlas
consisting of kitchen. store-
room, servants quarters, Bar-
eg for two cars and chauf-
feur's quarters. Land extends
i to Woodford Street and eom-
prims 40,000 superficIal feet
more or less.
Offers In writing to be made
Son or before JULY 6th and
' addressed to the Manager
Bartlays Bsank (D.C.&O)
who does not undertake to ae-
cept the highest or any offer.


A Woman Is As Old


As She Looks

Tme woman of today knows that a smoothed
velvety skin i. the foundation upon which she
builds her loveliness.
To insure a fresAh, firm and clear skin, start
using DIOXOGN CRXA2M today. In a week's
time, you'll be proud of the soft, fine textaie
of your skin and its lovely new radiance.


Di oogen Cream

FOR CLEANSING AND SKIN TONING
Is III I I l1


Iful


C. a.. LUCKY
V.S.jLM. V..o.A., 1.5.0.
end
Ophthalmic Optician
so$l.)
7 Patk 8tae, P.O.5.
S SandM&
M3 Coffee Shoes, See r'ie


NEW

WELL MADE

FURNITURE


Reduced Prices

A FRES LOT


WEDDING

PRESENTS
in
Cut and Etch.d Gloussware,
E.P.N.S., Chinese Carvd
Vams, Jewelry, Candle
Sticks, etc., etc.


Yoir tbspitbOt Invited.

THE SALES ROOMI
SHwey-St. (near 6A.)

Phonvy969f
I ,,*
^ it,.


Your Jeweller


J evWCAff$
From...
$6JA0Z


6 50|
69.5O(4


Y.DEL!MAK


ITHI MAIWIk (
\ TO AN I-OLD PROBLEM
SAt Wn hWriM knim Is rOSHY
I CAiY. DAINTY. SAN,

f .f*10N Mbbxiofpoisonous Gaul- j ^
N.. mer et d d M M O .wG.. a o s
-bureln delletse titue. Today's
we"M on sowrToR for fomninef ll*
hislNe. rua mewy w em pi np .
we, st e emor y.....e and..oo,
-w lr.vew-bh*we*er. BhD mo
Iby es gre- eieei ZONITOU WOe
VoMSwe iete r dMe f De uubR*

48*Ahlese, b0t0er amu
~sh~e ow~
sedrn W woMem whoe
deeor, ed irofusew


0
fPw further ueulame *
Oe ot v,
e at a t.Ylt S__s
HmNI"O0ftt a--D
; U GL IMt ~t


;m


..'
^.


*


St:


BEDS AND MORE

BEDS
with Springs to Match
Kapox, Fibre Mattress
and Feather Pillows
Also News Designs rf
Morris Suites

Trinidad Supply
Store,
C, CHARLOTTE STREET.

I Cash If You Have It-
Credit If You Want It.
















IN TI- ~ AWT'~~~AIL
M 01S

A -a=.-" . - -






RONIt .. .. w .Aa* i *i "i^E
Kt yfIsom 3-- .--. .. . .. ....A- A ..... i/ i-lmw
p -4 I i; S -Sm. ____, __MO,















--rs^ ^w -r" #" : i oi -- ;^ -.- ^*S~ -- ^-- foil^i^ ^Sa~s s^ I II i' I i"s-. l ld: I
_..._ _-- -- -, _ -!. -. ,_ ___ ___.,_ .__ ,-_ _, -, -- _ _- -. ----- -
cu~t ras_ _to
to I &*imam
















r*l! fic """ '^s^'^ ^s--^: i...I. .,-^I^ =P. l^lm tr. ------ *'n ^ ^^-S- ^ H p
,1V&- tzSr Sam _W_ IL
AMIN" abm-ma am Ugan d a
















^^ X ? B (A ? ruiir ,, t--= --. f m M M Wi ^ ^t ~ tm,.ui a.u nH+ili MW c . WM5 0B P-dA. 1 "o S~ w "--~.-T* .;, > " Ti lr Pm M-i
4p 6 amwas os 9 SON, v- sob A 4 N PM mo = a









"-o- m&i.2uv r --- 1 P U m __ Mt 1 1 -_ i '
I-I AD__ isAM. u.S MG .1T



J601100111," CSAMU Nam 'Wn __ *-- mom SON, sew job. s rn xa U I I JIM h6











IH t 3 i !u i -t,! i i -. *,aip *so" Ovesti+ wit Uafts mt o m im am; A= o --" U944 CM=
40AI 4AXZomm040 m t









._ .+ .,_... ... .. -+ .. --. . .. ,m .. N TT. -






L3K W:- . ..... *.^ ^ ^ + ,' r -- 1 ... '*^ WE w u TO "-'' ______ r^ ^ -- _ -



.-___ ..________________ _..ant **.* .... <_,L ... ..-- ,.o+-a-. ... , __m_ -. mro
II + - I II I ~ II , ~ I AS Gt l? Il




Hi ----- ----- fty&rA1 A".' *" '"*.*"^t ma. *sfu (M f-- M^ ^ ^ ^ W^V '^ -t~t *MU RC .. ___ -^. "-,-'' :WV






- ?t3S it* Iu .. i is,,1s3.,, ir at. ;+ a0+ __ -. ... :. ._ A, mk ^ .+ I, w T
~Uext i in% ~ W As MU '-





40 1*, = ,-r t, 2AA W o o n







*__________ j^ ": '*-/".. --- ^.^S.^ -?~ XtXCMTS ; SACSA y Car SLT. ***21-- ^
*lomoow mo m M r i
















. o<+ ....... ^ -- **-*<* ^ ..... ...o ..a ,<-c-. *.t, --^ -.. -,. ,. ..... '* ** .t w+r --. .....].airo to b .e m s M : +- 0 M* ^,i .
W -- - S ., "' jB V! ` =- c u I -S C UM U -



;:-- Iauim ss"--- ;j%,a=OwSOLa;",
291 S 1191 a Ni 9V4S2. INE i24. Wi &*a Urn'
ASlo,-&*AL %200-RC,6m.m A ce s























,H,,, .r.,.,,.-,, ----:+0 " %".1.: .'.+ ;.- ""+"'+ "-+ ....... ,-^ ^ -^ .. .- +, : '*""'" -" '"iS : ^ ^" --^ ^- for^_K__u
m w...^... 0">',':..* & 1 Omi-^ r t, :-^. mo o i -- -v- -exo~ loomL 0^ vaNOW( -^ I ~ 5 sw f M is flow MAI
-Mar25 isitI AM FOODS 1-1 4%l4M~ 15 1 itwIS SLAMt U WS-ft AW 9, 91 a s padh% 1 2 3n low f tu C pw v rotfw -ue7Q MM-V koftON W0 dM16VW *K11111110%J..













Ill -O. i411, ,i, uM 8?m . . - n, rot s z^i++ i ,I +..M : C+i, .i-e m ab 1u 9IiM+-uw omea ,S E ia I.. j m U I. 21 .. ... aI I










-- KX#m +mlA!! . T. .,. ; '-t., r":. ;. .+ ^ ,,:++.+; ,_., ++._ ,,, ... ,, + .++ ,++ ; +, +: _,-- .^., . ..^.; E-k fi : itdo n na "^ t -- M Irr U IlII
-AN 2e AD AaSO a*f* A e- MOMS. 410W C.OS ~ONBA M- O anwa. *- d2 I .























4,i i.-B--' ,. i,> i ' - l A.... .. l .A <+ tT'4++ .'.. ,,, .i>,, ..+ t, --+ + .;< i 4.i>..hz 3t ?,t it2l Ot2 2 -t S.. i A X II 1is i
r-0 L IBIGo- -r vaa














1'..-' ."%.- A .. * "R u'. * rl s '_ ..... A ,f *_ t" o "t.. P0. 2f -m ii 1w -- Ai Dy U I
am, am m .mti maws&. M-rw-AL -40k4M11111% Cammm i s- O'iv-Imom a13W5






io BOOM All AM" w k. -3?E >w a. ". "wi: MAW


















** r >- -7 ... . ,, -* . .. .. ...-. + *- *.r. ,.i ,-+. ............ ... ... .. " ....-.. ^. ... s.. .... *-- u,,.+ ,,+ t+ +* +7+'-.o+ *. .-'. -; < w P.L ^. . J L ^ -- -
:AIM a w'cum; Toft S 4 4,;.Z% ono Cm asmpag~
























^ j~ + +, T* <;:-I ... -. *"A,_ .-* **++-,--<,, -* ---- -. ,,, ,.. , ,, ,. 0<+ +. ...*' '**^ ^ "y,.--- K ..-Tf A., -=? -..r,, +--tOT I -'bee ,. s . r^ f ,,, .-, ..,. i.., '~ t.E.&....4. -- WL.. .. *. A .. ad| cC: p 2 L j1 1 92 Kue
g o 1 Ma ift" iL" .M .I M AO MOM = -"-,4 i i 1w-- u v w awrilLC Odi S e -- e -'--On af-- i nI-ill
i h, ,ISO aiN+...t,- ke ba,-- i +. -v .. .. A;.5W_".aMaeA i T& t'4.*" -I -- "t Va iI Is a










':H|1: .:^ ...^ ... +> -'++++; ,-+ P:"., +++ "X&I i WV'=N,^t*mi" W l:.: ," .--_ t mON mm -,u-e Z e VW U---'B--a M In Si Bi i I i H
21 i 4" RTb. -.21 a.LkZM 'W. 3" +_ --- '+'+, ..+++ .3,<,a a'i,- - ,, ;: -- .- l -1 - t i g I












.... *( .u ......K , Mi m,- ..,-, M i ntUAM .< ,;^ t~~iS ,? ,', ,. I>" #i +,; "^",,. ++ ,! ....S~i *. *A ++'""+ " iimmi *R 'ft.a~~ +(:;. _-KW < --fc __ + iii-ii .. . . II ... .
-- , "+'" .... ..... ,--' .u i .r a. +ii *r &7 --": b-.r -S-- . + b..* < ,L C A --r. ----'ff-6 .a-7' Si iC- & *ltU
25 Afl aim & S +'+ ... ... +"" ir, e... .... L... .- J ++" ' '- '-- 52r __________i____.________,,. _
lo U "AA A -aia o-tv t 7 ax4W*o* Cmm.2i I 0111Sb dei aw %c


















*~ ,u.x'r'y^^":a-^ *^" ^ "Ksgs! -J 6* ar^. 5L a'ari I- A tit.
________________________ U"I' u1'2..^ ^li^ ? ^ ^^^^^ -J.i..AtS ^^ .i^ ,^ ^ OB iSWci Rei of' th = S tt^ L* t
Ae ..om a,7 AUEJI5 8 in^iaWW- AkUESM *a f 2 n I1ALBS











i. l^ ^ : ^^ Ul 6 ss-^^s ....J.3t~" 4B











ii ,,.+.^ ., + + .m ..,, ^^+ ...... ... ^ ,; ....., ,,, ....,... .* ,, ;.. ...-*., ,++,.,, + ,ov VM,,,O,.W: ... ... .. r f--- f w . .. l ^ S Si AL- M md H Fruri
ftm a ml~ IA-41 avia krEi AWio'Ow01ihI*um 101ifiX 294 Cr rKtW2 16 m








SwA i I 'I IMMOM I iC,-to 4.;M.. .. .... ...w. a A"+ . Y 1 :.-0-2 ; 7M _ P a.im i -F L











s *^ w --~K ~..r.,1- ^-1- ^ '*"*^-.r-.^^'.. ^/ --1i, S-.'r ^>N his'* ^. ^o ^ Ki oc 2ur his's^ ^'?1^ -''" -^
^| - -. / *< .'- **'"it^~ (,*- J..'-b *.a *--* -. i 'rt Z"LL t' 4.t,_ 1> Tbe ,re ur~ut its --k 5r U&7a 71W Sag ?a *a. -~t t, SbS IK
' s m W5W -Lt'1C "! 4.', 4t~-r -c'' '4' -t' uI** PAR* 'R1 kt" j25xur-j-x-uu i't'a--^L *- '"'- iR ^A(Rr "'*' EL* ^<*t 04 A---- plc IeInw i g- th ofr*fl*w a*^ *^ < *^ ***<**^ ifiim N B










*+rm i+ K. .,,+-r '+'. ,,? j,,,,, .^ T... T ^,++ +..* ^ -i "'9 It l E -IA TI+ r K &AJL m, + '.,.* 'l +'> +' *- "+-- ++*. +..^ "^ 1? ,h: ^, ,...+ .. "^ S r~ "' 'S S -,,-I ""! 1 .. .. . .. -- -1 .. -
t"4 M___s.;, a Sidtc u,- ~- -W 1 I '" tD aw 2bu V! i att5 VA.II.1'











t ,am* .i i ,.> i ;.; .. .... F I 5 ... ,Bu% w tM , amMMs u1 rC. 8 y -. +w u "M I. .0 lSl I.i7 is am
ilte' 2W A -ln" is.1-'1 4,0 --,e 1' 'i' t' "- At-M V -2 M.AIn v7-7., BO s! %. go voi Ai..... I '. mmAA A'n rU 1S11 P S O S IMK L 4 i P6110 I 9 'f
KqUvC ~'i j 3 a iaso I O :I --~ * FAW ft sttte & I- 4 AV4 *Mtt ow I Sw ; B WG *4ksb t -A 1396T add fta





















m e... .----- 4' 4 ... , AE.. ,,^, ,, ,1,A,11,1, < .., ,+, y -, E+ i i
.100 .'4i r4 ...0 P ''-_ U20 *+11a' A n* am -- j -eAM4 FE2CaL r -aw" M' -rEX me 'm I O Ra da And I note" &amt n f











a w m w oi^t ,,e. *m,.-.L bd,-Io-. i t. M air- 2 1 '.a- ^= ". .... .- o - . -- I
ti....2 i& _4 __ 2, A--Jat ',Is*1, Pa- -*--4 , ra., am '--" a- 7M-W -04 C."?. I u2 419.,f-ri., M .. ..... -- -











i 'a -.i- I) ia aa i i o" "1e 1It v i, Is W o ....h) S-ay- '
;^ a? ^^ ^^ ^^ 's.* .w^ ^^^ si ua &I nt 30 d























[ --gi*-- --. .-f-?n$.. k *S-4 i 2 '''. '...--.- l .. 4. (2 t > / c'A lC4 -MftAl. }t S ,RCAPS by
- -B -. ', .',., -----,--!4.. '' .. ......-- . .. &.TES i...- ,....--I, 7 - i r AiN 2 *i ng C aIt nI oi l
-. ._, ,+--,+ 1 i.1L, ix 2.4L R ........... I.. 7 s,,. . .. r........ "', S 5Sl-s tand:/
77 )(T1 P++-i, t i 4441-,- ,. -- W .4l S2*' -4.'. '4 w'*.4A 4 4 4-~ i a *-'44L --l G l i / lF -
4* 46'OOD; 8N PW9t e























t iP t-LS'l( !J*OK 4- **- 2' Kl? -. * 42- | C*s,,.' I'rra K . ut u ,rmM~e u *r aS?'';"' oa* "~ ** -f- DiaG:m '.Iii~|g| mn Matu 1- I~ c SVU ^ 3-^2 1


, ....... ..............'4 i-__+ i '4. i+i 21 m-m *,2 I 'Z427 a..m I __.. .. . i lam








_i- *.i '.u.- .. ? ,.*_. *, axM*. i2aI -i I, , *.t -. , 4 a-- -- e--. NA44l m. t'mml i'K1 nn m T. 2 a'J. L .. I' *aij I mI
--OPOO -, I wIA6 ast ldi o o n aP" d
























*M *'.2 t r. % I 'r i"'m -.^,.. u ---i -o 1 t-- -B.o ok an0 ._- -' at .hi .
A 4 "'a -u' -AO a-' -Mi 32 8 V4. ) .' .W T uma'n -42uM 4, r 4'**,^ ^&t *; Z" M















4..s.,Li <.-. i ,. .>, ,, -,.__ .'," 51'-tM -,Ci" Yi- ..a-,- .-,.- X ,-- = ,' " -- + ---I I ba, ; s n
___lls. V VI tl~,lli _WI 141we!I I U l "M l l l :1 l +I





pw r i + 1 *" it.3 2 55C tti 4 -,i nt 0 -Low e ip Iia 2,i -a h "- f'V Cl &s.+ -O C TAI-- ---s I30TOM
--_ ---- --- m' -" jraj. j k i^ S A"*V SIAP
o bigbiwi ,, 'pm"MI: j. s, i i a/ 01 I ,7 Zt P'UI A-- ---- .... ISo i --.., ,,-UM I I 6W 4. .. -
4190"t3& i4sJ- *'tbum JW14 4&"K~im PORsIeNFANT:1- 18WUIS 303m.4
I w6 w kis . Ttmvm5-13MSou 0I tuvo Am 0.108erg aA.6"aWiF. 1 -2JiM 2 DANCING IHi r mfDCrSLb ofe
*- 2M AotA*4.M"4,21 -e"!. J's0 1 -M n A *cem i-a" i m% L. ^VW 11'M W ,afl -7- C r ROM
U 0 Moict wlv ..* 'Itlv lL rL A. A : ^WAODS&WM r- -isb '^ -O M ...i.a; it &.
*,A^*s ^'^.-%1^ ftad.imi~ IWi^^B TRLtI1 SIL-* MMM--WRtc*
*~~~ap 1,04,^'--^s'S s^*^ c^ )UMT R I^^^HHI Ton~ EN- M~vr
*R' ~ ~ ~ ~ r 1, _kI NaMk W^ ^r^ ^". A"A110 11411 'Pwt $%W 41^^W^ -- ^* -.--- *i hrTS l'se Uer nl D
y lttrh,"^ b*II% "b-Sr ^A'ci 103w-.T ^ & at^ rr ,tw> 15UM11o LT. Mai^*H g_'ii g ii^__
__X lt____0 Sa- -^ M w u-- -. -- - l#A S 4 ou -& .44 4-. L 4 r t4.tt IW v a' 't ~t/1 bI ALL Sl.U X 12th I dC of June. 1M




H ^Sg-Rgga^M, _.j^ aao,4^^: RE^-g vir~b -jw FUM From^SA 5"3L (AS RO
l^Ri ~ ~ ~ er0 ijmW IIIr& &"W& gofmf~e^S aC3"-i* AI. to~S^^1l "u TOOs L ATE TO CAkar- SsT'Irf'i^ "XMSnWW 111W'^^^- "?^ 1i Wk Or __












HI '--'-1Mt' .sJ4^ !s SA ^^ -- c- 221I% 'I4rL E&S^ ALEBUY FOODSI CANNE uesK 0
>aU4 i'f*14'4 --.*- ^ 4J4a'^) 4 -eJ at, 1u4 ij'^^ 'g^ .* .1 Lis^^L^^r P7,4.01^ Pbj1.m.* ** < om ^ As
.5 444 P- ~5 i ~tvhavt/1vi '-i. 2- U~ 4 3Z7 iv "Q.. .M.twu






























!^RI~ ~ Sg -a.' b44 UR4-.E E -c^ '^ *S*~. '17'M4. tiL *i '..t j.*^ g "' ,,.. ,^ "'f' .-~^"" -.* Pr" 5 xrC.w ri rptunfrfu ~~ *
E). 1X- 4. *-t. 1- -A Ii r -,N a Frlr . r6.C
14E d'*4- kE .7r.%L)-,L *.SA. u44L ifm s,', 244-.4 5 .4A.* "I'-theI2U IIa a aISO,-5 C
VomjrJ~4M~r.X MOVIlSwou j U" LUI'a*______- 3LINM" AZW *Z5 T=I = JUId* f m .U*DI
A' ,g 'r.'-AI AU 5..-a-waI &- W&4 Vs.2 _oo _POF
ga s CW ~ 0n', WAX 2k 1101VZI* & _I__AAt*___k t-- i, -13 rm
Ua I_________M wU"T fMRhA!-Vp'y~ w JAT M RRJj ntoti
-4u j --j p tv APPO1VAIE Legoep ___.?A'.*_______
b.~i~i ~.4 I 4a-7.Nita* a=U.,. 4., 17- u~v,--A,4 W KeBL 44.Zt e veiandc tgte teatmie &a.ptie h~and
W%0%0%~ -I WvM i~W% I- i Aw W 1 w -A 01. *t--v ,-1L tV., S .. a- .. 4 L. M 1 Ag'425 IL n A

a,-.*. ..-t ... t-t, z-- a A A .NVTAD 77-MID Alftrtbl
p" f it I .3 ILA arUtr. &K.602'tet.I t Ssz4wr-7 02 b -t t*).Ad lg4 f-
& u:''4st 4hs 4ecna conom wit i ,,.4' 7M; 14;*5
4~- -is L~amg- 2NAA *AL*S. 1Z44.525*EE.4 AjrLp A Eft- smeandpecSi .T( I NI
Cogum. 1'4JL5 S A~bt444 591 P k4_MAI. IV41;71DIESS

SEAI~ S~-'a a-e bAa ~ na.SWA OF m sTurE. t. 0"I" 21 V 5. S 2.A .1mw 3
A11- LW data,,arii, mi- I Uk Ito,4- -4aftm mw a t
bp -,. AJi.". LtL A* LITM UPg-M5are 44149 19 *S I
r. A 4' 9' De71ed;a-4 mSfgm.g4 and, Maa7tu'I i, ftw. mt Cmb eg. Ma-ubs iIMOL IW
d ':VAt2 b*f-A7M. ~am.Wl Iie'~ M* 1 lm AY ~ mst-t- m -W"*2 imaf- IP
-~ Cit 6 1 A' LIOsSLE.Igaf as,'ETAMsPadP id-. Bpi" and..Vat-
tot71I 16 VA a U a- X Sa* isa tr uvS 2154 1 SE 555 -
MS ~ m ~-~ ~ ,5 ,L a' -a r- r ,'s. mi twa U i.- e.M
LA.. 5' 'e 3*40'* Ld-7, 1*14 -
is____em~ak tor Iaafte Ot ls d
U11Ak'e 1.ata-g itwt MsS s VCsAE e jid a r AMR. sPCBLZCAm"; Gommmlihow:
SV S AJ4-3 .-'-mi'. 1-*3m a~mSgaa iAMW dtI M SOL 1 -iaiwIAM
AJ&~LAia e~A-u' P S, 1160AL 54 .ild. P"_ AI_________FtIVNan_____andogPOW-to-id 2008M34vedkama -
I ----SLOL'#a MI" 9 IV i 40"I S u
IaS. t pW VA k NT E 1i aarai !" RA&at"t2300,1' M Strn=Mg7 a~ t b c sb onhefiofth_______s uVLA f I
is .414I duiyl. 245f' I 4 99. j 7`1NO-Ju1s -jut411
ittBiS bb4 JA M VI 024 A VIM*fp 820,,," a's SUa -Wo a o
a a On PV*tVOI FOR &I LI A'CthAday 14 Lute, LAW t.ht
is*7 Cr~t~l5*5 --5js1 7ya%,&r4 S PWAEE O ess P ARl E Ll alI s well
LN TO FC 6{II01 M :at 1064W vt, f t q* nlrs 311rI Or 1 9 a .ra a so p
Ill_, A A k1_MIm11V I to Ve010% san
5mw da &Jtw t41e: jo UIyI L _
1*0 '4 a"', A,.re;-Towe': ""ArL44 Ma iYS FOODS
&JIUbW't rwQi* .a'lta. uIfam I 011g a Me R- ~dwFOR INFANTS td I
III "ASt ...I -EE".S
Comes 1I1aL AII R WaD-Mit.o, Pet" V
4 46 ILI 6 ead25*3 at4I vrI C. MaN, c nOm nu 10"o
1" EI ?~a, dMI4JA1lv.Ti" al.iO tMmsI uw I SW s 9. JA .Mrro om ap* *.be -curCeNd 11PF rN


mm
-* no mo cs .--. -ppy bb- i,.. ._ ,, am 47 N
_----"._-"Bil _.3". ".-s_ "-IT'* +,I= j? ,S_,,,S.. t the y aa.o m i FISH FALL HERRINGS hI .

33 ---- + lmaa' amss .... ----- a-- .-- M -- +- l"
,* 105 mm. bs llS,,em ow,., o "- -.CMm ar to moths 2 Tm 6 14 Tin ,
~~ u. OLlease... 00f1 01 TwZY 5 '. 3
L "'a0%*w L I TU.? NDaw- a both indestibilit~y an
_____ S ,__ss.____ S i-S _.Mt >+_' 'tii ,w..-i ,. *' sw- 'P Miir gm-a II cyi"111i i--s. m .
#L J'"a.Wrasa Ama XaDi~a ub sS
^*B P-^- uara at.3 sass* eim% ia. si a o -a ook: CMaSm Wd 33B bo < y com"FISH a CES Cub
ft 4.00sty" 4UtoS m ebicyFlavef. Ma s rglt That%.e- I 2k 1 m ~ O wh ea
MeS._j5 .1400- L A5p 'O 05 SSW -s* J" a gm pe IJcal. an3dCum 28m.Ori






i____________________ ,el Mldng. 'Ie." " 'a ,a P
0 .. . .. m .t 5 f ttL H h i SAIIH A E R
(^ *. 4^^ 3^A" &A.^S"TS~ ^ FPA*r--w 9va 1"; "
* OIL a s La'"d" "). &Iob%," Wso*' dWs n a & M ,
*3=mv i'U AIM m aW4 ~ 1ka 0 PALu
1&RO-S 000- de ra" b oaC ,ta-s m fto us .w.u SWM ie M ERFCTAW"SA
om *ss'd. Cnaag Cmt,. 'rub e.wants85 atrim
053 AC5W~ oft &-lot.el Fu Ge. t
r AXCSUS OAN b -Cm". Msa TS MOM 1KWM a 0on. To to saftl ia. w. m U r B "i 21
IB M B2Swm yaf Pa-S. Ucmt ?Wk "no Is 9 t a" Cd ma_ S
LsI Aft=leas qftW4=
S -~~~~MN me________be__be&__49_01"")________________________ C IL
A** Sl- AtM ams 'uon '
amft"q68ma. Ihre %*a& sad PeIS' s* CeLA._=uC_' CAI-20t,
,,-- .jor= .=
AIM at l i ic T n MN .-- 7
&MM......-...., S A N..ON@W OM6 V4S17-aA f g




  Home | About dLOC | Collections | Governance | Digitization | Outreach | FAQ | Contact  
  Powered by SobekCM
Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement  
© All rights reserved   |   Citing dLOC