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The - Allied pre-Invasion offen- 
sive in a nutshell (figures approxi- 


mate), 
In the last 16 days, not includ- 
airmen have: 


of thelr own. eer meres 

Since Sunday night Allied alr- 
men have: 

Raided German installations in 


heavy 

13 nights and they flew » total of 

around 9,350 sorties at a cost of 
bombers, © Th: 


dumped more than 4,700 tons of 
explosives, 

The following blows were deliver- 
" Safurday by Allied planes 


ALL GUNS FIRING 


Canadian Tribal Class 


American Ship Sinks 
498 Military Personnel 
Are Reported Missing | 


Joss of £458 milltary personnel in the| enemy action was by submarine OF 
Mediterranean was announced to-| ~The vessel sank swiftly and 498 


the War" t. military personnel are missing, 
GAr.RY gate Of the sinking was not eald the belef announcement. 


AMERICAN TANK (GANOL PROJECT 


NAVY MINISTER 


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rime Ministers 


ASYSFIRDNOUT |Attend Meeting 
War Cab 


ONT. LAWRENCE IQ 


Lights Shining on the 
River Might Help 
Enemy - Submarines 
Says Macdonald 


AREAS DEFINED 


UNIT SEES ACTION (AND REFINERY | ee me 


IN NORTH BURMA |BEGOME. REALTY 


Threatens repaarher rat of Spe Sie Onna 
Mogaug and ytkyina fficially mn 
With Large Force Whitehorse, Y.T. 


IMPHAL STILL HOLDS STARTED IN 1942 


Kandy, Ceylon, May 1 — (AP)— By JACK SULLIVAN 
‘The first all-American tank unit to] Canadian Press Staff Writer 
see action on the Asiatic continent 


dq | Bas Deen Shing into the fighting Ninn. Canot off project, farthest 


was miles northwest of Mogaung, it was 


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With dawn but « half-hour off 
snd enemy aircraft in the vicinity 
& voce came out of darkness 


northern Burma, where it has attac- 
ked strong enemy positions north 


yenture ranking with the 1523-mile 
and west of Inkangahtawng, 44 


Alaska highway as one of the great 
engineering feats, today became & 
reality. 

Before a distinguished gsthering 
of Canadian and American officials 
in the outskirts of the historic gold- 

the refinery inked by 
above-ground 


announced today. | 
News that the American unit, em- 
ploying medium tanks, had gone 
inte action came on the second an- 
niversary of the beginning of Lt- 
Joseph W. Stilweils retreat | pipeline 


Chinese ape Maj 
Manpin, 32 miles northwest of MD-| "eNO 7 ‘p. special commissioner 
for defence projects in northwest 
Canada who represented the Can- 


toris, skipper of the Athabaskan. | road 


The Haida did leave then, and com- 
mander Stubbs’ fate is not known. 
Discovered Near French Coast. 
Commander Sclater sald the two 
Canadian destroyers closed with the 
German vessels when they discover- 
ed them close to the French coast. 
The Athabaskan was directly behind 
the Haida and fired the first star 


her guns thundering. Suddenly an- 


2,00 Jother shell. seemed to strike the 


Athabaskan aft 
¢own. 


Continued on Page Four, Col. 7.) 


and she slowed 


Emergency Shelter Is Ready . 
-| For Evicted Tenants Lacking Homes 


gency shelter tonigh 


The situation-resulting {rom ex- 


nas/Of ‘Any Raid On 
snd/German-Held Crete 


until the landlord obtains 
pointment with a judge and obtains 
an eviction order. 


in|‘ In Hamilton officials have heard 


in case citizens find’ themselves “on 


the street” without hope of securing 


of only five families who have no 
place to go. 
The few/ families without accom- 


t.,. moving firms 
they are able to handle only about 
& third’ of the orders today. 


and frefinery, 

works of the U. 5. army in north- 
west Canada and Alaska “have been 
designed for the sole reason that 
we are at war with a very powerful 


1942, just two days after the United 


y 
him to withdraw without suffering 
States government proposed deve- 


great loss of face, the spokesman 
added. : 


{de deep in the Mackenzie Mountain 
ts of resistance in the vicinity |*#08e. 
Fe tlw vileet ‘4 It consists of wells at Norman 


‘Today's communique said, Allied 


Pipe-line snakes across the danger~ 
cus Mackenzie*Mountain range and 
over terrain that was mostly « blank 
space on pre-war maps. 

The refinery will furnish aviation 
fuel for planes using the series of 
airfields between Edmonton and 
Fairbanks, Alasks; gasoline for the 
trucks and army. equipment 
over the Alaska highway and diesel 
fuel for use in tractors and similar 
equipment Geologists have ¢s- 
timated possibilities of the field at 
between 60,000,000 and 100,000,000 
barrels, : 


throughout Burma, it added, 


No Confirmation 


London, May 1—(CP Reuters)— 
There was no confirmation’in Lon- 
don today of any raid on the Ger- 


TO STUDY JUNGLE FIGHTING 
Melbourne, May 1—(CP-Reuters) 


captured by British officers with- 
out any help from the Cretan popu- 
lation.” 

The broadcast gave the name of 
the commander as Heinrich Prey- 
‘burg, but did not disclose how he 
was captured. 


of the party to 
_ Jand United States forces. 


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rolling | study jungle fgihting 


ada lost no ships in that area lasticrs: meeting of cominonwealth |; 


year “should not be taken to mean uhderstood 
prime ministers and was 
that no attempts were made to) | <3 details of the vast 


land | western front invasion 
at the meeting in 10 Downing 


Besides the dominions’ prime-min- 


Whitehorse, Y. T, May 1—(CP)—| south 


north ollfield in the world and a |T#! 


Massey, Canadian High 
sioner to the United Kingdom, and 
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famed Turner Valley, started June 29. | Defence 


as a prelude to further 

Prime Minister Churchill is pre- 
siding. at the gathering — first 
its kind since the war began—which 


and|D. G. Crerar’s first army. This 


source said this might even result in 
Prench-Canadian — officers being 
loaned to Fighting French units, 
that might possibly be used in the 
Canadian army organiation, 

It is understood there has been no 


Pacific theatre—10 to the United 

States forces, eight to Australian 

and two to New Zealand. They will 

and Pacific Kashmir Fircthan 
participat- India’s representative on the war 
bs council. 


amphibious operations, 
observers. 


Soviet Paper Says New Offensive 
Will Burst “With Force of Hurricane’ 


London, May 1 (AP)—The ‘Govict 
government newspaper Izvestia sug- 
geated today that the lull on the/of Stanislawow in the Carpa' 
Ruasian front, attributed to weather !foothills and north of Iasi on the 

would |Romanian ‘front. 


‘The bulletin said -local Nazi at- 





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supply officers, and-who shall say which is|-, As.oft the old complain; *~ ; ; | d : evidence that Canada’s climate andjorder to harmonize opposing |large money on 
ter? Tiki, | But May in beauty’s mold was cast - : weather have not always been the j factions. horses, which were 


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I} DON'T EVEN WANT: 
A HELICOPTER — 


Goering who 
days of the war as the head of the German| former transcontinental record, set’ by-the 
“Luftwaffe with which Germany hoped to/same Howard Hughes in a special speed 
go far with her plans of world conquest/|’plane, by a full half hour. 
has’ seen ‘his Luftwaffe steadily worn] Planned originally to carry more than 
, it/50 ‘passengers with all the comforts of 
luxury travel, this ’plane will now go into 
war service for the army as the C-69. 


What Convoy® Service Means 
(London ‘Times) 

What convoy service means to those 

performing it at this time of year is not 

always conveyed by the bald language of 
































Hitler’s whole war system. Goering the 
man'who boasted that no planes would 
ever bombard Berlin or appear over 
Berlin has seen his forecasts and’boasts 
“discredited hundreds upon hundreds of 
~~ times. Such flights of planes as only the 
“Northern, Western and Central parts of 

of all lands on earth have seen have 
poured tens of thousands of tons of explo- 
sives against the Atlantic Wall as Hitler 
calls his defences and battered the Luft- 
waffe itself. So far has this proceeded that 












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- | JUST WANT TO SEE. OUR Boys BEAT THe DAYLIGHTS 
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official announcements © For instance, z 


THATS WHY 
those who have visited the mess decks of ‘i ; 
a destroyer in harbor do not realize that} Se Ta 4 ; aR Bay wmecre tic 
throughout a 25-day cruise (for the last oh ery Ze fh GUING 
part of which there is certainly nothing 
but canned food left) water from conden- 
sation is usually inches deep;. that there 




























































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Major Harry Walker has re- ; > j ‘ i 
turned to the city after spending eS . ae) BU i rt 
some time in the south of France. that the expense seemed to be ‘ , ; 



























is a never-ceasing roll, which may be as| Captain William Bowie, ite | rock upon which the water com~ u re ; Vil. % 
f ) : Phyaical Director of the ¥YMLC.A. | mittee had split; it being stated 7 ; a 6M y 
The Germans can not replace the losses|much as 50 degrees; and that nobody can See ener sacatceal ‘with is ; “Ale 

their Luftwaffe sustains day after day and|t@ke his clothes off at’ sea, for “Action| ut“ 9%, ‘Suibe in charge of,| toe aide puiman What the syste UF ere 

night after night in the world’s greatest Stations” may sound at -arly moment,| the play grounds in that city, would cost $8,000, and the bylaw 


calling for instant readiness by all hands. 
The captain never goes further from the 
bridge than to his 9 ft. and 5 ft. sea cabin 
just below it. 


He Preferred War Then 


(New York Herald Tribune) 


raids. That is the considered opinion of Mrs. ©. T. McBride and s0f. | to provide the funds must be 


the Allies. 


A Friend -of Canada 
In the death of United States Navy 
Secretary Col.. Frank Knox the United 
Nations have lost one of the outstanding 
























1820, ters 

On one of the tense and terrible days of come from Engiand since the|oil from  Athabaskan's tanks,” 
figures of the war against the Axis. Col. : Coser. said. “Those of 
Knox was of interest to Canadians not late August, 1939, the British Ambassador, eS ee Haida'’s crew who could be spared 





f the high office he held in|Sit Nevile Henderson, sat with Adolf 
cay, ene 33 Republle but also be- Hitler lstening to the Fuehrer’s maniacal 
cause he had very close ties with Canada. tirades. “I spoke,” Sir Nevile reported that 
Though born in the United States Col. evening, “of the tragedy of war and of his 
Knox was the son of Canadian parents. immense responsibility, but his answer| ~ 

~The times called for a man of outstand-| ¥95 that it was all England’s fault . . .. 
ing gifts and great energy and Col. Knox He was, he sald, fifty years old; he pre- : 
es that man. Today \the United States| {erred wat now to when:he would be Atty- mdr. de Welle Uuged thea on:- 
Navy-is the largest in its history and a five or sixty.” Adolf Hitler is now fifty-five th. ; ae Athabaskan, meanwhile matntain-|ship’s aide,” he said. 

great weapon against the aggression of years old; he still has the war which he be- sir ing the engagement. Several of the Haida’s crew imn- 




















































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(Continued from Page One) The survivors were shouting back 





R ke screen to shield the Cmdr. de Wolfe urged theth on: 








Germany and Japan... , : gan so lightly then, but in one thing, at| Sor"enter night where Pl ee thetnly wrt Sone eve baney romp ter ey 
Col. Knox was & Republican who accept- least, history will certainly consult his L . : . ’ destroyer. ‘Then as we concentrated |the scramble nejs to help the sur- . 


preference. He will not be at war when he 


ed the call to the office of Secretary of the is sixty. 


Navy in the hour of. the world's danger 
from two aggressor nations. ~— 

His life was one of readiness. He was a 
Rough Rider of Teddy Roosevelt’s in the 
Spanish-American War when a very young 
man and he saw service in the First 
Great War. . 

He had thrown himself into the service 
of bis country with all his energy and it 
is to be regretted that he did not live to 
see the triumph of the forces of right to 
which he had given so much of his spirit 
and physical energy so that the world 


borrowed a chair from @ nelghby: | in the city 
and sat in the roadway and the acquaintance with Mr. Fred B. 


———- two visited in this way for some | Smith; they were roommates at / 
Caré™of Rural Cemeteri : ene : : oy Commander Sclater sald sudan eamte of Haida’s crew, knowing 
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ae _40 YEARS AGO turned home from Trinity Medi- ty an explosion enveloped the Athac |SSsie, vod, te launch engine 


(Hamilton Spectator) flame proceed: round 
: ° “wi burst. of andjand ed survi 
An .Ontario farmer, now deceased, MAY ABE 1904. sneatis ce Lf Easespec his second year ) 0 come Pade ti ship ecaid sail no|who were pa een fens the 
willed the sum of $10,000 far the perpetual] * 8* PoPerty owner a poe SP. oud cways leaving ax poate 
hole acrasel te Despite the! fact the odds werejand she slid away, leaving her boats 
ipkeep of a cemetery in which his two to one against Haida, her cap-|in the water picking up Athabaskan 
and Mindi : th es ane afte aacthert salvo, end Siete atroek peas, we pulled clear, two of 
an ly thought, for many of these i arp aa etn’e quns |Halda’ ho * do 
wayside graveyards, where sleep the the flames of the peraing Ger- scramble pets "were “unable to get 
pioneers, show sad neglect, with weeds dea anh hanes 
rampant and ‘stone markers often askew, 
although there has been considerable im- 








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ascribed 100 per cent in the Victory 
Loan, but it required real commu- 
nity spirit to do It, Learning that 


lear—they 
said at this|Were wearing.the new Ufe jackets,” 







. might be safe. But though death has cut! provement during the t ten of fif one of their number was unable to scored several hits on the beached 
short his career in the important office.of ae Time and Oe eaten. are bliin ra invest, the rest of the community Supreme required for ¢ eat ts iivazi craft which was fleeing mm {German destroyer, halting efforts 


chipped in to buy him a $100 bond. 


WINS AIR MEDAL," 
NOW RETIRED, HE'S 14 


scene, apparently mistakin ‘of a number of armed trawlers and 
es for the ‘Haida When the Sanndian other Nazi craft to pull her off the 
puithe open surrounded by dead and| If the self-appointed “butchers” |destroyer closed, pounding at her rocks: ‘end: salvage . ber. The: Ose 
dying, 


the naval secretaryship of his country, he 
‘ ‘had gone far towards the completion of his 
task and his work will play no small part 
in the complete overthrow of the Axis 
nations and in the return ‘of peace to 










care for rural cemeteries certain expendi- 
tures’ are therefore necessary if their 
maintenance is to be constant during the 
summer months. In this instance the 
funds have been provided, and the 








le mans are believed to have given up 
‘cut themselves during the course |now unmoving target, her lookouts/1.. ssivage effort. 


ene It was just three days before thar 
HONORED BY. UNIVERSITY plied pli of a to thete and reaiised te German vessel bet |ine Athabaskan and the Haida 


earth, example of the testator is one tha Dublin, (OP)—Sir Thomas, Mol-| frequently ised small sharp, wedey- Jeng, "ana MS. Agianth and 
_ On the occasion of his recent Toronto] well be cautatea by others. pm Loe lla ep eon an eyered pi : the British cruiser 


Black Prince, 
went |sank one German destroyer and 


visit Col. Knox referred to his parents ft tie Athabaske 


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ee ae, sank one | Ceeeiate the 
being Canadians from the Maritimes in| ‘The abilities of man must fall short, on| was grounded sens | Tee cae cdaeion ot 25 years” service an’s survivors, All of Halda's lfe-|nel. n the chan 
these words, “Coming here to this greatjone side or the other, like too scanty a|D¥tne os visitor and vice-chancellor. rafts and boats were ordered jow:| Et-Cmar. Sclater also witnessed 
Dominion of yours has for me some of the|blanket when you are abed.—If you pull] covered acute PROWLER among bobbing lights of |that action. 
Seinrnee Braneeick por an nau 3 ye : your shoulders your feet are left) stration, officals oriypicesere Kitchener, May 1 — (CP) — Two precision replaced hap- = . 

er|bare; if you.thrust it down to your feet, gent home and honorably| city ‘police’‘officers, armed ’ with cc a acc 
was born in Prince Edward Island. Both y : down to your feet, | discharged. < viduals 






your ,shoulders are uncovered.—Sir 


were descended from English or Scotch-| William Temple. 


Irish stock. Naturally, as a result, I am 
consélous that extending from you to me 
are the tendrils of a close friendship that 


WHLL_BRED L008 

‘The best straight and fine-grain- 
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woodlots, 


shotguns, hurried investiga’ : : 
complaint, ate warnuder wa YOU’D BE SURPRISED! 
Pisated without sey ots (iaullaiing was Sui 0 prodigatehtepe By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 

when the prowler was found to be a 





Let thy vices die before thee —Franklin. inside, In time a stone 


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© g ° October 1876 on, one could find out 
; are proud that a man in (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A, Guest) 
: ye fi the blood of Canadian for- <> MAY 
was vignior a cece saecicg S 
for Canada’s ni r, United States,| s:ow sortunate it is to be wards the|mentioned ens a candidate before 
Soa haste ae na mementos ame Beloved by young and old! Dominion | & convention, but bienos: une 
ry: The one that all delight to see 


- And none is known to scold; 
The fairest month of all the year, 
In which, it seems, no faults appear. 


is a 
mal about which little 
before the race. It has 
gested that the term 
originated an 


War Heroes and New World 
(E. ©, Drake, in Atlantle Monthly) 
From the wars we are now fighting 
heroes will return, 10 or 15 million strong,| Too deep in March may lle the snow, 
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not only to the infinitesimals of our per-| The.summer months are hot and dry- 
sonal worlds and to the infinities of state- ‘And breathless are the nights. 
‘craft, but that, more than anything else, There’s sadness in the autumn sky 
we shall return to ourselves? _ In spite of its, delights; 

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Quilt Convener—Mrs, Marshal. 
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safety first consists in keeping al- 
ways tangled up with a lot of girls 
in order to avoid getting tied up 


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WEEKLY f penser He is an altruist who carefully 
i avoids devoting himself to any one 
“i 3 ee BELIEVED PENNILESS female-of-the-species— s0 that he 
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i = a and light amongst the multitude. | danger 
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“After-the-Show” 


Serve the Service Men some- put 2 chef's cap oa his head. He'll 
thing piping hot before ?geta kick out of serving his friends 
they off for who'll line up with outheld plates. 

_they shove comp Let him dish out the frankfurrers 

Informal “after-the-show” suppers o¢ hamburgers direce from the 

call for something piping hotthese Stove, pouring thick barbecue 

; days, especially if the men on the Sauce over them. 

; patty have to hustle off a litde Later 

i for their service barracks. They'll 

be in fine fectle for parade next 

day if you top their evening 
with delicious frankfurters or ham- 
burgers in barbecue or: tomato 
sauce. The big point in favour of 
serving these hoc dishes is thar you" 
can prepare them in the moming, 
re-heating them just before’the 

x guests sit down to the table. As a 

if matter of fact both dishes improve 

f in flavour with the double simmer- 
ing. If you have only a tiny spart- 
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west fooea ke cong ves. 
But if you are It enough to 
havea old-fashioned kitchen, 
lee the boys come out and get their 


It’s a natural impulse to reach for Please use your telephone for essen- 
the telephone to pass the word along tial calls only . . . especially when 
—to “talk it over” with somebody. big news “breaks”, ; 
But if we all did that, telephone J” the critical’ months ahead, 
recurrent rumours may tempt you 
to telephone newspapers, radio 
Public services essential toourhealth stations, friends. Please don’t doit. 
and safety depend on the telephone. ~ Until the last shot is fired, and even 
Every minute of the day, messages after, telephone lincs will have a 
of urgent importance are going heavy load to carry.’ Help té keep 
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_ To Witness Eight Twin Bills 
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No Doubt About Patrons of; 
Game Wanting to 
Continue in War 


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— (CP) — Audrey Wil- 
Eileen Adson of Otta- 


Major League Leaders | 


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(By The Associated Press.)) 
NATIONAL LEAGUE 


Batting: Musial, St. Louls .447, 
Runs: Weintraub, New York 11, 
Runs batted in: Schultz, Brooklyn 


teap, | 14. 


- game 
*:|} Schultz batted in three hits in fin- 
| al to give Brooks even split. 

Max Lanier and Stan 


Hits: Walker, Brooklyn 19. 
Dougles: Sanders, St. 
‘Triples: 

Barrett, Pi 2. 
Home runs: Schultz, Brooklyn 4. 
Stolen bases: Lupien, Philadelphia 


Pitching: Volselle, New York and 
Lanier, St. Louls 3-0. 
AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Batting: Etten, New York A687, 
Runs: Epps, St. Louls 11. 
Runs batted in: Stephens, St. 


Louls 12. 
Hits: Boudreau, Cleveland and 


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Irish for the duration, 


At New York's Jamaica ‘Track 
Saturday, 40319 fans bet $2,924,550 
on an average seven-race card, 
creating a record take of $162,310 ia 


ting, j a} fixture, 


years, 1s a graduate of McMaster 
University, Hamilton, where he de- 
veloped his sports announced. 


An outside chance for the Ken- 
tucky Derby, Mrs. A. J. Abel's 
Gramps Image startled the frater- 
nity at Pimlico Saturday by defeat- 
ing a strong field in the Chesa- 
peake stakes, edging out Pensive 
for the $24,700 winner's purse. 

Gramps Image paid $60.10 for $2. 


Coach of last year’s Notre Dame 
footdell championship team, Frank 
Leahy is 


being 
Ueutenant at South Bend, Ind. to- 
day. His assistant, E¢ McKeever, 
has taken over the coaching of the 


Not including thousands of ser- 
vicemen admitted free, the com- 
bined attendance atthe eight 
doubleheaders in the two major 
baseball loops was 296,943. The 
largest crowd, 52,037 saw New 
York Giants play Brooklyn Dodgers. 

Alphonse Therien, perennial sec- 
retary of the Quebec Amateur Hock- 
ey Association, tendered his resig- 
nation at Satutday’s 26th annual 
meeting in Montreal at which Nor- 


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for a fifth year, 


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Five teams make up the Niagara 
league, 


and Niagara Falls at St. Cathar- 
ines- Merritton combines. 
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Canadian Sport Snapshots 


By SYD THOMAS 

Toronto, May 1 — (CP)—Quebec 
City reportedly was very lukewarm 
in its reaction to the Allan Cup- 
winning Aces, and fans are trying 
to figure out why. Although tho 
Quebec squad brought the ancient 
city its first cup in history, only 
4,000 turned out for the final game 


and | against Port Arthur and those who’ 


did go*are said to have left the 
rink quietly without any of the tra- 
ditional mad celebration and shoul- 


completely. 
Perhaps interest does slacken off, 
quite naturally, when the lengthy 
play-offs drag into late spring, but 


+ | there are still plenty of fans who 


> Acera,, Gold Coast (CP)—Native 
children in Africn have an 
carrying th 


abouts, ’ 
AMERICAN PILOTS WARNED 
Somewhere in England, April 23— 

YAP)—The United States 8th Alf 


requested to refrain from discussing 
bombing results after a mission. 


TO CONDUCT INQUIRY 
Ashi O., April 29. — (AP)— 
A special United States Const Guard 
yesterday 


closed doors an 


Incidentally: 

Bill (Niagara Falls Review) Gay- 
non hears the rumor that coach 
Brian Timmis may be ousted from 
the helm of Hamilton Wildcats, last 
year’s Canadian football champions. 
Bill says Timmis disagreed with the 
club sponsors over the small share 
of mazuma given some of the Wild- 
cats after the season ended. Joe 
Krol Is advanced as the probable 
choice as coach , . . instead of hav- 
ing senior officers referee the Army 
boxing matches, Jim Coleman of the 
Toronto Globe and Mail~ suggests 
turning the job over to men in the 
ranks who have had previous ex- 
perience as referees or judges . . - 
Johnny Greco, fecently mustered 
out of the Canadian Army, has been 
registered with the New York Bor- 
ing Commission by his manager and 
probably will soon appear in ring 
warfare again . . . Who said the 
hockey season was over? Marlboro 
Midgets of the Toronto Hockey Lea- 
gue have challenged Toronto Young 


Leafs to a special game for the On- | Toron! 


tarlo minor-midget crown, held by 
Leafs, The two teams have not met 
this past winter... .. Miss Lillian 
Craigie is the first Manitoban to 
score a hole-in-one this season. «» 


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Saturday Results 


Washington 9 New York 3 

Chicago 4 St. Louls 3 

Cleveland 7 Detroit 6 

Boston 7 Philadelphia 6 
Sunday Results 

Cleveland 2-2 Detroit 1-4 

New York 2-3- Washington 1-2 

Boston 3-1 Philadelphia 2-2 

Chicago 6-4 St. Louis 5-5 


NATIONAL LEAGUE 
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Bt. Louls ....s04- 


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Pittsburgh 7 Cincinnati 3 
Philadelphis 6 Boston 3 
St. Louls 4 Chicago 2 
Brooklyn 5 New York 0 
Sunday Results 
Pittsburgh 7-1 Cincinnat! 1-4 
Bt. Louls 5-7 0-5 
Philadelphia 2-2 Boston 1-2 
New York 26-4 Brooklyn 8-5 
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 
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Baltimore 7 Toronto 1 
Syracuse 5 Montreal 4 
Jersey City 15 Buffalo 4 
Rochester 6 Newark 2 

Sunday Resulis 
Baltimore 8-0 Toronto 2-1 
Newark 6-4 Rochester 4-3 
Jersey City 5-6 Buffalo 0-4 
Montreal 10-3 Syrecuse 5-4. 


NO TIRES YET 
Ottawa, April 23 (CP) — A mun- 


itions department spokesman said 
Friday night there is no prospect 


Ottawa, April 29 (CB) — 
Minister Mitchell said last nigh 


sdk 


“Yes,” answered” McGraw. “My 
name is Hagenback. Did you ever 
hear of me?” 

“Yes, Mr. Hagenback. Sure, I 
heard of you, I guess everyone has 


(Expect new faces) 


President Joe Samain announced 
toteyahs expected two additional 
en| into the city softball fold 
when the boys congregate for their 
final meeting Thursday night when 


The longest major-! 
game was played between 
ton Braves and 
24 years ago today. The Natio’ 
leaguers tied 1-1 at the end of 
innings, had completed 26 frames 
scoring th 


extra inning ball 

and Peterborough played a 19-in- 
ning tle tussle in old Central 
League 


when 
hurled for Belleville 
man for the Petes. 


all entries must be in the hands of!time record for base! 
the executive for consideration. The district. 


two new expected entries are Point 
Anne and the Harris Bread Com- 
pany team. Of course the Ox Point 
lads were a tower of strength in 


Sports Roundup 


By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. 
(Associated Presa Sport Writer) 
New York, May 1 —(AP)— Over- 

seas sports roundup: > 
A not-so-recent softball game in 
China was so hotly contested that 
Par Eastern 


Ottawa, April 29—(CP)—Sent- 
Zalusxi, scheduled to 


(Anglers concerned.) 
In reviewing. the 


angler’s licence being 
Ontario. .We forgot to mention 


go ahead and get your limit 
trout if and when the elusive beau- 
ties can be found, 


MORE COAL LOADED 


Washington, 
cause the ice on the 


Ballsbridg: 

horn beef bull, 

Ace, bred by R. A. Latta, 
County Wexford. It will be sent to 


Break A Leg 


—Or your gall bladder goes 
fuey—~ = 
—Or your wife lands in the 
hospital— : 
—Or your brother gets In & 
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You'll find it pretty nice . 
to dig up a few bonds 
you bought for a rainy 
day. 


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Allied bombing of Hitlerdom was/time and that he has got to stand 
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film: is equally praiseful of the ten . ‘Those tool ———_——. fods. 

herves who flew the Fort in 25 com- “Chip Off The Old Block” thought they were pretty fast men : On emerging from the transit 
gbat missions—a feat which brought| Joel Kupperman, the seven-year with descriptive phrase and got camp,,cleansed, physicked and re- 
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Ann Blyth Saturday at the |conversationa] hurdles are almost 
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in ‘the door now.” She . could 


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thing . 
& vague 
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hear the butler say: “Miss Patter- 


picture struggling 
remember 
It was all clear now; 
an automatic, 


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Stratford Grade A $1740, Grade 

delivered, 


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United States’ stockJile of new pas- 
has dwindled 


down as compared 
day of last autumn’s Fifth Victory 


‘after falling \to arrive at King-|Loan, when sales of $82,000,000 were 
tal as scheduled |recorded, Subscriptions for Satur- 


reported \ 

te grand total of more than $28} Gur 
000, including $9,260,300 from the 
from the Navy, 
Army, 







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MOTH BALLS — FLAKES — 


GEORCE PAULEY 


DRUGGIST. Phone 105 











Hastings County Victory Loan 
Committee Urges You to See. 











Trampling, Stocks | n= 
ie formerly v: rom. 
; Offered for Ist Time of Lake Constance have quite ¢ 
set in recent Allied air raids, the 


Anxiety of district farmers to get 
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Mortin-Senour, there will be found the 

i I longer lasting beauty. ° It is the sign which in 
‘one breath welcomes Spring ond the chance fo beautify as well cs 
40 do the patriotic job of protecting property ! 


Charles Boyer on 
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MARTIN-SENOUR Yee ee eee | a 
fast 100°. PURE PARES NARA TSE CEOS rh ae eee TONIGHT AND TUESDAY 4 NIGHT ; 
At the BELLE. THEATRE | 

~ « « HAVE “YOU. MONEY IN.. THE BANK? . KR 


MARTIN-SENOUR . 0., ID. ‘COULD YOU SAY TO THESE AIRMEN: 1 HAVE BOUGHT ALL THE VIC-. . 


BELLEVILLE - Phone 166 TORY BONDS 1 CAN — IF NOT — PHONE 2880 — AND A VICTORY 





















chicken, A 

cents for dairy butter. 
SHARP DROP IN PRODUCTION 
ONTAEIO GOLD IN 1st QUARTER 
Toronto, May 1—(CP)— Produc- 


tion yalue of Ontario gold mines money ‘ 
in the first quarter this year showed z td : ‘ BOND SALESMAN WILL CALL. 


a sharp drop when compared ‘with 
the same quarter last year, totalling . - dress. 
: YOU WILL SLEEP -SOUNDLY TONIGHT 


“SMITH HARDWARE |=2#no Se 
"| crease of 21.8 per. cent, the Ontario Braham. ; 
Matas a: nis | |Department of Mines reported to- j : \ ~ 5 IF: YOU DO. 
da: handled lanes: by day : 


apie TP eimin Se esepen oF ‘ the mills 
314 Front St. BELLEVILLE Phone 204 









282 Front St. 

















paf 1,796,321 tons reseed 2,198,843, 

7 
a decrease Of 183 per cent over the omer 
same period in’ 1943. 























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4 hecsis Oa of 5 - [DEFEAT JAPANESE [Military Training, Criticized 4 (HER SHIPS |And Explosive 
“Assurances Given EA NANG 


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“= da | zeae SINK BY BRIS Factories Smashed 


Given First Reading. 


‘The manpower debate, 
when the, House resumed 


Supply Lines) 4. 2¥1,000Bombers [a2 Hins"Genmnn unsalae 
Given Going Over - 2 
By British Subs 


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=== CANADATO SEND (NEARHALFBILIN 
(195 MILLION LBS. SUBSCRBED. TO 
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Maram island. 
Another favorite target—Rabeul, 
New Britain—again was attacked, 

















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(oer Quota’ to be Sent in 12|$61,911,500. Collected on 
the stralts Months at 20 Cents Pound} First Day of Second 








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will be te the jenemy controlled waters was an~- ment went into effect Mondayjof 136871 Canadians yesterday 
and ownership re o prerce by the United States Navy whereby Canada will furnish the | bought $61,911,500 worth of the $1,- 
erry war- | In addition, the Navy reported, United Kingdom with 125,000,000 | 290,000,000 6th Victory Loan, bring- 
"ships, shall be te |the American submersibles destroy- pounds of cheese in the 12 months | ing the cumulative total at the end 













beginning today (May 1) at a price 
of 20 cents a pound at the cheese 
factories, Agriculture Minister 
Gardiner announced Monday night, 
In the fiscal year which ended 


of the first day of the second week 
of the three-week drive to $481,244,- 
050, Loan Headquarters announced 
today. - 

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Dee under seubarss Canada undertook to 
many, April 30 Pro" | the number of individual purchasers 
since _ sche vide 150,000,000 pounds, but {ell} continued to increase, the total 
ae this total because #0 MANY | sales were $6,000,000 down compared 
rate. with the same period of the Fifth 














dairy 
of (Production. Canada exported 0) victory Loan. . See 
For the same day in the last loan, 


Britain about 125,000,000 pounds of 
° e cheese, approximately e amount 
Roslin, Appointed st she has undertaken to provide this| §79135,099'"making the. ctmulalve 
? - year. However, Canada was eble|ioeai in that loan approximate 
to considerab! ly 


County Coroner set 


ship 
butter to Britain last year to offset $27, 
Toronto, by depatbyent gale 


its failure. in cheese exports. 
pointments by Order-in-Coun- 


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‘The price of 20 cents a pound ts 


last year and 
the peoples of the liberation move- many single 

. Tenlin, se that poy eg er taba tpore? enemy fighter. They retumed with- 
lowing: . Sharp ig was reporting con- out loss, > 
Ont, Coroner for Hastings county; i acien 4 on ttered ugsciay teperetions all, the Allied daylight aerial 
< ‘There, also-is a Federal subsidy | dally to reac #604,000,000 which theatre. “Two fleets dropped probably 3,000 tons of 
of 20 cents per 100 pounds on~millk | they achieved in the last loan,” « Gestroyed 
that goes to produce cheese which | Joan official said. “So fer, individu- 
works out. at around two cents a|@l purchasers have averaged only |sives. an tons and Mitchells of the R. A. F. . 

theese pound. ‘The Ontario and | $27.500.000 daily, This means that| A Berlin broadcast asserted that airplane |ond tactical alr force attacked 

open|Cuebec governments also each individuals at this stage in the loan 11,222 partisans had been killed y explosi yards at Hirson in France. 
grants subsidies on cheese produced | are about $42,000,000 below the av-|in April and that additional thou- tions i ; 
within its borders of two ceats a|¢rage dally total required, To reach |sands were wounded or captured. * the Belgium junction of Haine- 




































defences of the town, 
fighting recently was reported in 
the outskirts. 



























the sections nearest Kohima 









"Pred | within easy range of Japanese guns. the’ last loan 
: . 4 aggregate, they must ee Saint-Pierre, and American fighters 
Siade, Registrar of Deeds for West The enemy | nena fai toed south epee rs| now ‘purchase an average of $37, get pees targets, hit the Namur yards in Belgium. 


































Pueblo, Colo, May 2 — (AP) — 150 pape hid To 
Four men were killed and five in- aay 2. (OP)—Wiltam 
jured in the crash of a Liberator cot Ey eae ecuahotaaked 
bomber at its Pueblo Army Air base + @ transie 

late yesterday, Col. James N. Pey- : to be sent to jail for one year was 
ta areas (nein ae 

The ship was on & combat In ‘the , Mediterranean eatre, 
pe. fing flight. Sranincecs rsnondersnighh his} Ow freee ae con Thal 


ee 
British Govt. Approves purchased only 35 per cent of thelr B 

total in the last loan 
Russo-Czech Agreement|" Sats" mea yo-| Britons See Tiny Model Houses Ga 


y terday ee et cea ae elye A eee iu 
sate, xij FG —Me mee eae Se Foca, wes| Tq House Half Million Families | ser. sc sis coe 
. today Aluminum Co, of Canada, Ltd, and 0 ouse On es s< Moderate winds; partly 


“| Nazis Campaign for More Marriages 
To Hold Up Birthrate in Rejch _|,:-02.22,72¢ ai bi. and 
Spanish ——— had approved Rustin. (#4000000; Canadian Cottons! 1 aon, may 2 — (CP)—Bombedernment will own and licence them. 


that it 
May 2—(AP)—A nation- among disabled soldiers retumed to|Czech agreement for the Limited, $1,570,000. 


cut off except by air. 
by Lean Above Dally Average. 


The loan as a whole, however, is 
above vie dally average to 















cent less if it scores 93. 
rae ee ehsll of Canada ahd 

Gardiner on 0! 

jured when their plane overshot by a representative of the fuod 

landing spot at Herbert Smart Mu-|Palel action might be in prelude ministry on behalf of Britain. 

nicipal airport at Macon yesterday, |to an expected mass attack on Im- 

Chatham field authorities said. phal, 

















































































Lisbon, 
wide campaign has been opened in/ civil life. zs tration of liberated Czechoslovakian week out Britons, for whom postwar hous- Each house has a living room, two 
Germany to shuffle war-shattered] The obvious objective 1s to speed toe ier fet piants in Ontario had ae Wi inject ook Uuekztttsk bedrooms, @ kitchen, a bathroom, A 
t/ families and encourage ‘new marri=|up natural process of readjust- nited Iheen awarded three-star honor one door, no attic and is proofed Coming Events 
ages to keep the Reich's birthrate| ment that would lead normally after flags, which are given when nine. | Ok today at the pre-fabricated| against moths and mice, They con- i : 
at a high level, Nazi newspapers|the war to. many new marriage#| principle ‘with the exile govern~itenths of the workers pledge 15 per houses Prime Minister Churchill has/ tain many built-in f and] Don-r FAIL TO HEAR RICHARD 
available here reveal. ~ and bables capable of carrying arma|ments of Norway, Belgium and|cent of their pay. Among those who| been talking \about, “ about $320 worth of furnitufe, in-| “yy Neale: youth leader, from Ch!- 
Newly-establishtd municipal mar-|20 years hence for the German/Ho! placed’ for this ranking were two| Five tons of steel and consider-| cluding a refrigerator. They are cen-| cago at ‘The Salvation Army, on 
riage brokerage bureaus, operating | homeland. ; t 10} the province's. newspapers, the | #ble quantities of aluminum, asbes- trally heated. Sunday, and all next 
without fees,.are trying to bring to-|' According to Der Angriff of Ber- the | tos and plywood go into each of the} Prime Minister Churchill said in 


of| gether: the ‘woman whose husband|ln, Nazi labor front organ, not 
fell in battle and the soldier on fur-| enough disabled soldiers have re- 
louwgh whose wife died in an alr| gistered so far to husbands 
raid, and are encouraging unmar-| for all the women who have offered 
ried’ women “ta choose mates from| themselves as prospective brides. 






















to be turned over the Czech auth-|teen the first establishment to re- 
orities “as rapidly as ‘consistent|ceive the “V" honor in the Lake- 
with ‘milltary requirements, head unit. 






























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mother, Mrs. Jas. Whytock. 
Aylesworth of Belleville, 
friends in Madoc on Sunday. 
and Mrs. A. Smith and Mr. 
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be secured in other ways. 


of | voort, Elizabeth Keeler, 
Mary Lyall, Georgina Fox, Agnes 
Hincheliffe, Barbara Bews, Ann 
Nicholson, 

Grade XIIIB team won the cham- 
pionship of its grade. Team: Vera 


tal, 


weekerid with Mr. and 


Miss “eller General 


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PREVENTING INFLATION 


When there Is so much more 
money to spend than there 


Eleanor David- 
ison, Betty Johns, Jean Meyers, 


Plindall (captain), 
at his home lrneqs ‘Moorcroft, Mary Pitntoff, 


rant of Guelph, 
weekend 


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be switched from where it 


can. bid up prices and costs; 
and put to work for the 


common good, 

Millions of Canedians have 
learned new habits of thrift 
and the way to protect their 


Excess spending must also 
own future. 


To meet the. threat of infla- 
tion, prices, profits, wages 
than this investment by 


For natlonal security and 
stability nothing has been 


a more important factor 
in preventing inflation 


cost of living, looms over us, and supplies are controlled. 


with its disastrous risein the © 
ifJeft around for loose spend- 
ing, this 3. billion dollars 
would have bid up prices, 
of supplies . . . blown the 


vented the fair distribution 
lid off. 


created black markets, pre- 


then the danger of inflation, 





are goods to spend it on 


Over 3 million’ individual 
Canadians have invested 
over 3 billion dollars to date 
in Victory Bonds and War 


Savings Certificates. 











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f the importance of preventing forther Increeses In the cost of living new end defiction eter, 


ASHLEY FURS 


294 FRONT. 8T. 





AND. DYEING. 


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FUR CLEANING — GLAZING — 








PHONE 20 


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“Walk Upstairs and Save” 


LININGS. 
@ AT LOW SUMMER PRICES. FREE ESTIMATES, 


REPAIRS — 


FUR RESTYLING —, 

















LOOKING BACKWARDS 


_, GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF 







(New York Times) 
stepping up of aca noord fennc dere dae Ceahay now ana 

phenomena of this sprin; , peop! probably say, ‘“How|j 
the of fowth| wonderful it must’ have been. to have 

‘of years Today these/lived at the time when man first flew 

aeaintioae nage een surpassed. And the|a bird in a heavier-than-alr machine, and 
“end of the growth ‘of Allied air might or|how did people feel when they saw one of 
demonstration of this power is not yet in|the Wright brothers pass by on the street, 
sight in the opinion of some observers. just-liké any ordinary person? It must 
Bi ; -|have felt like seeing Christopher Colum- 
is Month of Paint Brush 


bus pass by, or Galileo or Newton.” 
The appropriate comment on this would 
May is the month of the paint brush. Prrer! : 
of soap and water, followed by 


g be that when people in their time saw 
: A Columbus or Galileo or Newton walk down 
© a little paint, will work wonders in an old/the street on ordinary occasions they felt 
room, on dark back stairs, up in’ the attic.|the way we do about Orville Wright in his 
Fe Bod te fob Tou Oe Seen quiet old age—they weren’t excited in the 
~~ enjoyed. least, though they: knew that they were in 
[> ~  Maytime is springtime, the time. when|the presence of one of the great figures of 
» dark closets disgorge their winter’s accU-|51time. They probably said, “Good morn- 
mulation of odds and ends, put away forjing signor Galileo, or Senor Admiral, or 
no reason whatsoever, but piling up day|cir tsanc, it’s a nice day, isn’t it?” Those 
after day through the winter months./ cro inow say that there is now living in 
With the job of spring cleaning welll princeton a’man as eminent:as Newton in 
_ started, the house takes on & new and/tneir common field. When he walks down| sistant 
- © fresh atmosphere’ almost forgotten since|the street little girls say to him, “Good 
the last year’s spring cleaning it got. Cur-lniorning, Mr. Einstein,” and he says 
tains are dried after being washed of the |«Gooq morning, my dear; how do you feel 
winter smoke and dust and freshen‘up the | this tovely'morning?” and that’s that. The 




















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ness. Carpets have been beaten of their/he was popular with his fellow-townsmen 
tramped-in dirt ‘and. dust and Ma ior. in Koenligsberg. He was so regular in his 
gotten patterns are again habits that people set their clocks by him. 
zseeoren ito alinosy bears new pation. ae id 
Allittle bit of paint spread over 

surfaces of woodwork has a way of making The Boche at Work 
life'seem better, take on a newness. It (Crechoslovak Bulletin) 

In the fall of 1943 four Czech gen- 


completed job with the eye of a creator, forced 480 Czech gendarmes and police to 
_and no artist'can take _ more pride in his| Witness the. execution. They were forced to 
finished work than. does *the amateur; march to the execution grounds in dress 
house painter . . . ask any. professional |uniforms, of course without arms, and had 
painter. It doesn’t really matter whether to. watch the execution of their comrades: 
the mixture is quite up to the correct con- This was meant to be an object lesson in 
sistency; it is more important to get the|Order to terrorize them into submission. 
paint on the house, or on the window|The report speaks of the Germans training 
frames, or on 
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ave ° quirements of Canada's wartime in- 


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the floor. There is joy in}Mmachines guns on the column of gen- 





‘getting out the paint brushes and full|darmes and policemen to prevent any 
~ new cans of fresh paint, and there is no| possible demonstration. 





month of the year better suited for the job} The four gendarmes died as heroes, fan Prest) dustry appeared to have passed thelr 
than May. : shouting: “Long Ottawa, May 2. (CP)— The forth- of finding work- 3 
aaa came Republic!” coming government housing legisla- . e 
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greater than Napoleon ever dreamed of (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A. Guest) - and. steel 
and many times more food will be needed STUBBORN MAN pow porstits removal of these con- Protected, 1944, by The George Adams Service. 


to feed them than he ever thought of, 
while there is the additional responsibility 
of feeding the peoples of the countries|’ 
taken back from the Germans. This 
makes the small victary garden more im- Still forges many a fetter, 

For, though in worldly wit he grows, 


With thousands: of Canadians growing| His passions stay his ctiiefest foees. 


gardens / 
in victory garden plots on vacant lots;} In church or office, field or shop, 
© much more food from the’ agriculture Not even for an hour 
| districts and farms will be released to the} Will man his selfish purpose drop 
© canning factories for shipment to our| © Himself to come to power. 
armed forces and ‘prepared against the} When any group holds more than three, 
Soon by their quarrels torn -’twill be. 






A very. stubborn brute is man 
And slow to change or better. 
Old Adam, father of the clan, 


NUGGETS OF KNOWLEDGE 


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From Tennyson's “Ulysses” |President since McKinley w' luck, or even mechanical in- 

eee served in the House of|cubator that happened to incubate 
many trees peels | Representatives. 

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~ mate accurately ‘how much | food will be 


A sudden collapse of Germany, if it 
uwere to happen, would mean that the 


Unlike the creatures of the field, 
Whose simple passions lie 
In‘ food and mate—ali else concealed 
From them until théy die, : 
pean continent, including the Reich,j Man adds to want a thousand things, 
otherwise riots’ and revolt with serious} From which untamed dissension springs. 


* will play an important part in the peace| Jealous, self-centered, prone to jibe 
as in‘ the war. The V-gardener’s role may And prey to. lust and greed, 
be small; but .such ‘contributions as he} All the old sins of Adam's tribe 





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Won Lost Pet. NATIONAL LEAGUE 
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The War. Today— 


Multiple Onslaught 


Calculated To Be Final, Decisive | 


Picton and District 


Alles | g¢—$£@$_$_——_—» 
P.E. Loan Shows 


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Is Subscribed 


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Picton, May 2—Returns to last Fort 
: Prince ward 


County 
showed 


to help in mee 
costs of the “costliest war ever 
fought.” 
Mr, D. J. Baxter, vice-chairman 
Committee, 


screen. The 

Band was in attendance under the 
direction of WO. Hancock, with 
WO. John Silver acting as master- 
of-ceremonies. <A silver collection 


——$_—__—- 
HUGE WING SPAN ° 


Fort Worth, Texas, May 3—(CP) 
—A ‘post-war plane, with a wing- 
pen of more than 200 feet and in- 

to carty three times as many 
the largest airliners 
° in its: sample 
to a group of aviation 
writers here yesterday, 


FOUND DEAD IN CAR 
Rockland, Ont, May 2. (CP)— 
Joseph Leroux, 43, tax collector and 
relief administrator of Cornwall, 
Ont., was found dead in his car 
here yesterday with a bullet hole 
in his ‘head and a .38 calibre re- 


was his f 
Atlantic. He went overseas in 1939 
and Prince Edward 


v receiving order to Canada, 
He has reached the age limit for 
xpects to re- 


ton.. 
Forty Hours Devotion. 

Forty Hours of Devotion are be~ 
ing observed at the Church of St. 
Gregory the Great here. Among 
the priests who will assist Rev. Fr. 
McCabe are Rev, Fr. Murphy of 
Waupoos Island; Fr. Lesage, Stirl- 
ing; Pr, Baker of Belleville; Padre 
Gerald Mulligan, Mountain View, 
RCAF: Monsgnor Nicholson, 
Belleville; Fr. Donaghue, Lans- 
downe: Fr. Ryan of Camden; Fr. 
Meagher, Stoco; Fr. O'Nrill of 
Trenton; Fr. Lacey of Napanee; 
Fr, Sharmon, Islanu; 
Farrel} of Marmora; Fr, Coyle 
Read: Fr. Carey of Gananoque; 
Fr. O'Donnell, Belleville, 


To arouse interest in the Victory 
Loan, foot marks with the words, 
“Buy Victory Bonds,” have been 
painted on sidewalks on Main 
Street. 


First French Talkie 
Produced in Canada 


Montreal, May 2 — (CP)—Pro- 
duction of the first French talking 
picture ever, produced in Canada 
will likely start here about June 
15, it was announced today. r 

Charles Phillips, general mana- 
ger of the nowly-formed motion 

ny “Renaissance Pilm 
Incorporee” said that the first pic- 
tures would be entitled “Le Pere 
Chopin” — Father Chopin—. 

He added that two of the self- 
exiled former French motion pic- 
tures stars now in Hollywood, Vic- 
tor Francen’and Annabella, would 
probably be co-starred in “Le Pere 
Chopin.” 


Fieldpost Addresses 
Lost in Berlin Raid 


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Saucy ttle push-ons. 
Prettiness in brims, ‘spirit 
Ufting colors in the hit 
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Made of wool felt and cot- » 


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STORE _ CLOSES 
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Crisp cotton 


prints, Peter Pan collars and smart vestee 
effects. Perky short sleeves with fashion 
right top fullness and swingy full gathered 
skirts. Very becoming little dresses and very * 
economically priced. Colors: red, blue, green, 


mauve and yellow. Sizes 7 ~ 14X, 


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AB. G. J. Parsons Rescued - 


GTHVICTORY LOAN |By Force by Comrades, 
NEARLY. REACHED Wanted to Keep on Firing Gun 


Sales Amount» to $553,617, ess acsiths = fttens an 
officer aboard H.M.S, Black Prince, 
told today in a London dispatch to 
the Toronto Star how AB, G. J. 
Parsons of Belleville was rescued by 
force as he sought to remain at his 
gun post on the Canadian destroyer: 
Athabaskan as it sank last Satur- 
day after an engagement in the 
English Channel. 


SOME GROUND GAINED 

Ottawa, May 3 — (CP) — As the 
$1,200,000,000 Sixth Victory 
reached 


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BE 


20 Jap Barges 
{Sunk or Damaged 
Near New Guinea 


New Guinea, May 3—(AP)—Allied 
planes, swift patrol torpedo boats 


brie 


groups in north New Guinea while 
bombers range westward to neu- 


EEE 
ree 


or damaged between Wewek and 
Aitape on New Guinea, an area in 
which 60,000 enemy troops were 
by-passed in the recent invasion of 
Hollandia. 

A fairly large number of enemy 
soldiers were encountered by patrols 
in the Aitape area southeast of 
Hollanadia. On April 28 one patrol 


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miles out, without meeting opposi- 
tion. Fifty-elght by traps were 
found buried on Alexishafen 
airstrip. 


pete ae I: boas 


«.|Talked Too Much, 
e 
Airmen Grounded 
Somewhere in Britain, May 3— 
(AP)—Two airmen of an American 
bomber who were reported to have 
talked too much before the last at- 
welcome | tack on Berlin have been grounded 
and probably will be.courtmartialed. 
ty! Their es were withheld. It 
Te; that shortly before 


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the takeoff time, they were over- 
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Toronto, May 3 — (CP) — Lieut. ner’s Mate came along and ordered 


them to stop firing and obey the 

order to abandon the ship, 

“Whose orders am I following 
2” asked and an- 


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ombe Tato Chaos and | 
Bear. Load to 


Repel. Invasion . 


HEAVILY BOMBED 
RMA IN 1.800: SORTIES 


Parsons, ane! in 
other round was fired. Then he took | tm 


his crew to the ship's side and told 
them to jump, 

“You ‘are coming with us,” the 
men. said, 

“Go ahead — I'll follow,” he re- 


Nearly 100,000 
Tons of Bombs 
Fall Upon Huns 

im Britain and Medlte. 


ranean Area Set Record 
in April 


London, May 3—(CP)—Allied air | Dorth 


forces based in Britaln and the 
Mediterranean area dropped nearly 
100,000.tons of bombs on German- 
held Europe in April during his- 
tory’s greatest aerial offensive. 


The bomb tonnages delivered by 
the various air forces R. A. F. 


ing R.C. A. P. 37,000, eighth US. 
Air Force (Britain) 24,000, ninth 
U. 8. Air Force (Britain) 8,800, 
Mediterranean, Alr Force (British 
and American units) 30,000. Total 


Romanian objectives, were not an- 
nounced. 


Lord Portal Visits 


the conversation might be heard | Vancouver, 


Minesweeper Makes Port After Storm 


BySails MadeFromMen’sHammocks 


An Eastern Canadian Port, May 
3. (CP)—Sails made from ham- 
mocks sewn together and the canvas 
covers of seaboats brought the Ban- 
gor * minesweeper Lockeport into 
port after her engines failed in a 

storm in the northwest Atlantic. 
The minesweeper logged 190 miles 
under canvas before being met by an 
ocean-going tug which towed — her 
fer | the last 100 miles into port. It 
was believed to be the first time 
Canada | in the history of the Royal Canad- 
jan Navy that a steam-powered ship 

000,000; © Chrysler; ever reverted to sail. 

“Canada, Ltd., $1,000,000 and Hirnm); High (seas “buffetted the tiny 
) Walker, Gooderham and Worts Ltd,| minesweeper merciléssly. when she 
/ Walkerville, Ont. $500,000. ran into a gale. The pounding seas 


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adrift and without 
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skipper, 
toon, 


Chief Petty Officer James 
Armstrong. Vancouver. 


Kandy, Ceylon, May 3 —(AP)— 
Allied troops have captured several 
additional enemy  strongpoints 

of Kohima in assaults de- 


and 18th (Japanese) armiea cut off 
and surrounded in New Guinea, 
New Britain, New Ireland and the 
Solomons.” 


The Japanese have been driven 


destroyed could move a 50,000-man 
army. 


Large 
Works 
Acheres Rail Yards 
In. France and 
Piacenza in Italy © 
Suffer. Attacks 


NO. PLANES LOST 


New York, May 3 —(CP)— The 
expression “D-Day. is # 

verbal camouflage. 
It is an army’s way of referring 
previously and secretly 


- 


Pilot Bids Goodbye, One EngineGone, 


But Makes Home After 500° Miles 


‘and | International at a G 
pS ae ee 


NO TRUTH IN REPORT | 
SAYS EDEN 


London, May 3—(CP Reuters)— 
Eden ‘told the 


jan communications centres; 
Cc. A. F. Mosquitos destroy five 
planes. 


German 
BURMA—Allied troops capture en- 


WORK STOPPAGE AT YARDS 
Philadelphia, May 3 —(AP)— A 


Lieut, ‘Travers had special men-|4ry dock yards 


tion for Armstrong, Petty Officer 
James Buchanan, Hamilton and Bt, 
Catharines, Ont.; Leading Seaman 
Edgar Burleigh, Roslin, Ont. and 
LS. James Bithell, Montreal. 


and caulkers jcined 300 idle piece 
work counters who are demanding 
a@ 10 per cent bonus over their re- 
gular pay of $1.16 an hour, 


Sqdn. 
ports | er, FO. W. Stewart of Toronto, flew 


McFaydyen. of Toronto and his 
navigator, FO. J. Wright of Ros- 
thern, Sask. left & Heinkel a biaz- 
and damaged an uniden- 
aircraft on the 

tion. > 


| the City. of “Edmonton 
this year, A 
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to England, shooting up enemy 
base they were not counted in this total. 


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‘People of Belleville’ | 
and District 


Your focal committee urge you to support the Sixth Victory Loan Campaign 
your purchase of Sixth Victory Loan Bonds. - : 


THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE BUYING 


A VICTORY BOND IS the promise of the Dominion of Canada 
to repay in cosh the amount you invest on the date’of maturity 
~—with half yearly interest ot the rate of 3%. <A Victory Bond 
is the safest investment in Canada backed by the entite re-- 
sources of the Dominion. Canada hes been issuing bonds for 
15 years and has never failed to pay every dollar of principal 
and interest when due. . 





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A VICTORY BOND IS AN ASSET WHICH CAN BE CONVERTED INTO CASH —* 
BY YOUR LOCAL BANKER AT A MOMENT’S NOTICE. ar 


It’s Just Good Business to Invest in Victory Bonds 


Hastings County Victory. 


Loan Headquarters 
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FOLLOW. THESE SIMPLE RULES:- 


Outside Painting Inside Painting 


Be sure the surface is dry; let the sun = Make certain your surface is clean. Re- 
or wind dry it out after a rain. Remove move any film of grease or dirt from walls a 
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thickly—you'll get a better job if you 
brush it on sparingly. If you apply 
more than one coat, let the first coat 


dry thoroughly before putting on the , 


second one. 


ing; if you do this, be sure to letitdry : 


first. Smooth your wall surface by plas- ° 


tering holes and cracks, and sandpaper - 


rough places in furniture, before apply-. 
ing your paint. 


Point Traverse, May 3—Corporal 
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Most Important of All:- 


Let the whole family have a say in settling on ‘your colour scheme. 
Ask your Sherwin-Williams Dealer to lend or show you his beautiful 
Paint & Colour Style Guide—it’s full of good ideas on decoration . 
and painting. Sees 

Use only the best ‘paint, varnish or enamel. Good paint costs so 
little in relation to long-lasting results obtained; cheap paints only 
bring you disappointment eventually. Sherwin-Williams Products 
give you colours that really last: and real protection against wear 
and weather. yi 

Consult your Sherwin-Williams Dealer. He will gladly give you 
valuable assistance and advice and will supply you with -the right 

«Sherwin-Williams Paints for each purpose—the utmost value for 

your money. 


Tue Snerwin-Wittiaus Co. 
: of Canada, Limited . 
" Wead Office MONTREAL 
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| Victory Loan Slogan Contest 
- Nine Attractive Prizes In These Groups 


» GROUP "4" COLLEGIATE- TECHNICAL AND CONTINUATION SCHOOLS 
FIRST PRLZE—Fur-trimmed parka. 
- SECOND PRIZE—Grenfell Jacket. . 
THIRD. PRIZE—Colorful Gabardine Shirt. 


GROUP“"B’'— PUBLIC: AND SEPARATE SCHOOLS, Grades 7 and 8 
' FIRST PRIZE—Fur-trimmed parka. 
SECOND PRIZE—Grenfell Jacket. 
THIRD PRIZE—Colorful Gabardine Shirt. 


GROUP “‘C’— PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOLS, Grades 4, 5 and 6 
FIRST PRIZE—Fur-trimmed parka. 


\ "SECOND PRIZE—Grenfell Jacket. 
a | THIRD PRIZE—Colorful Gabardine Shirt.-<, 


; IN ‘DISPLAY IN STORE WINDOWS IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTY CENTRES 
$i ears BELLEVILLE—Quick & Robertson. 
Hs : TRENTON—Couch, Newton Co. 
: : TWEED—Kerr & Company. 

STIRLING—R. Patterson's. 
MADOC—George West. 
BANCROFT—Geo. H. Bréwn. 

iat MARMORA—Dunley’s. 


. Manufactured: and Donated by 3 
Seid eae naif DEACON BROTHERS, LIMITED, BELLEVILLE, CANADA aia 
Peo A0 : Ask'your teacher for an official entry form. Contest expiry date 

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- ; usually | business not signing their identity cards, 
interest of the front who are courageously For this action the back badge was en: . aly not sini “ 
bearing all difficulties of wartime and who|larged. Picton led genet action at nent tent. state b neglected. The Judge diacharged 
are inspiring the Red army men, the liber- d Wolfe fell at their head : were is a secipe for “a very fair | soal to, the ree-ealoded |thens when. he found he hadn's 
ators of thelr Motherland, to feats of Nevin Doyle, the producer, 1s to [green tea, with s thas | neart for orders. The prompted Lord 
arms.” ? be: congratulated, The bore: snd can hardly be See mere In Britain there Is little Justice of - 
“The Fatherland’s war has shown that and all through South Africa and the last Crening of great enjoyment. The black-current leaves young | eneue anvuony conn fe ordersn' Se ied cartel 
the Soviet people can perform miracles| War. They march to “Kynegad Slashers, following were the cadets: Frank |and tender leaves, put |""A baker, man of initiative who | regulations and say of those who 
and come out victorious from the mostjand one of.their many nicknames is “The Wolever, Leo Burdette, Willis eal Current | thought be'd dregs up his dough: | break i ‘There, but for the 
severe trials,” he said.. Back Numbers” or “The Fore and Afts. a a en — rue will be pot [pute Had. suger Loar get owes 
i The Russian leader. sees the bloc of x Ls lage Dag eater rye od of tea. to sprinkle on aie a ew Gangerous from 
: Fascist states “cracking and tumbling|Negro Troops Sing in England Russell Weller, Hilis Bogart, Oari horene bros oe wiagie- | to bed. Pebines throws’ 
: down under the blows of the Russian (London Daily Mail ge ry ae trate and forbids | the the early morting | 
: - army. Fear and confusion are now remain-| yy 9 Lancaster field at dawn more than ee = ; estat bt aon ears = After shaving | 
e ing among the Romanian, Hungarian,|1 99 American colored soldiers faced & ton, "James Mi red had | ba on. Don't use more. 
: : vinnie and Bulgatian allies of Hitler.”| cross 12 feet high and heard their choir cp peda ol than five, in the 
: er underlings cannot fail to see| sing the spiritual “Were You There When May 3nd. 1904, Mr. and Mrs. R, Grestrix will don't throw read, 
; that German has lost the war,” he de-|-mey crucified My Lord?” Mr. H. Ashley is In New York " leave next week to spent three the don't burn to wrap 
: clared and* “have only one chance of The Easter pats one of many held —— ‘ ne ine 
; escaping catastrophe—to break with the : , Rightly, really easier if you don't get 


throughout Britain, was relayed to all 
parts of the field by police car loud- 


speakers. : 
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. “The German troops now remind one of 

& a@ wounded beast. which is forced to crawl 

ip away to the boundaries of his Jlair— 
an Germany—in order to lick his wounds.” 

Then he warned that ‘a wounded beast 

does not cease to be a dangerous one when 































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he ‘has gone back into his lair. ‘They tried’ them out. on Numa 
The task of finishing the task of lbera- ST FOLKS rap cornet razed. ’ Numa village on Bougainville with 
tion’ calls for ‘common blows struck from By EDGAR A. GUEST wounded. , 500-Ib, tnd four cropped 
thie onrt By. pur, nope: And dream ie west (Copyright, 1044, Rdgar A. Guest) —___—_ wi weighed ; thelr tanks among the wood 
yy the troops of our Allies. There can be no : : 0 : poured pole paar incendiary 
doubt that‘only such a blow combined THE UPHILL WAY ; ; 2 publisher ——— f - sary the whole 












fe. such as this, will be able to crush finally 
s Hitlerite Germany.” ue 

4 His May Day speech coming as it did at 

this time’ of unprecedented bombing of 

German targets by Britain and United 

States and’ after a Jong unbroken. series of 

successes of the Russians can be seen as 

increasing the jitters of Germany as guess- 

. ing about the Allied invasion of the conti- 


Oh, if at times yourself you doubt 
And fancy further struggle yain, 
Remember none succeeds without 
Encountering disappointment’s pain. 
Read in the records left by man 
~ The tale of triumphs, great or small, 
And care has done the worst it can 
To break the will of one and all. 




















“YOU'D BE 
By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 
Protected, 1644, by The George Adams Service. 


Windsor, Ont, May 3 — (OP) — 
ves of 14,000 idle em- 
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i nent goes on apace among the German ai 
Bs Not one of any art or trade, ‘ : 
-* peste dares sls thought painfully|” proféssion, business, craft or skill : stoppage On April HE, | willlam Henry, On April 6, 1841, two days atte 
d tees The speech yobs man leaders} put doubt and hurt and loss have made th. Harrison, Srihrin President | Harriion diet 
solld front “of the United Nation shows the! attacks against the dreamer’s will. , ‘mon ' ; 
Failure is part of all success. 






Men rise to victory from despair. 
Triumph will seldom come with less 
Than everything a man can bear. 






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career as & 
“to give up house None knows the outcome! What. you seek 
‘from a ladder and| Perhaps beyond your reach may lie, _ 
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Conserve Mr. E. J. Butler, barrister, 

eee at =—- Roslin, udbontrel on terit Basen 

‘Thomas Johnston ‘Tweed '. . Nevin paying a 

Thomas Jeet for. the poston of short visit to his home here. He 

Resistrar of the County of | 3s on the staf of the “Country 

Hastings in succession to the | Girl” 

late Samuel Russell. Mr, John J, Cook has gone to 

Ex-Ald. DeMarsh, form- Valleyfield, Quebec, to manage @ 

erly of this city, now of Hams Lereeteptcy ie 

ponte! ee utile, RY. fe visling Bi par - a : 

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us with very valuable strategic raw mater-|¢h fs ke «tu» wat || Canadian Scene | LONDON LETTER | 
jals and: armaments, and subject to syste- e Bufis, branch Bank treal ' oe 
matic bombing military targets in Ger-|record. hy ee A Century Ago simost' dally oat noms caw orders’ om 
many, thus’ undermining the military |: ducted the Daily Sun here for Staff Writer) | which to catch hig fellows. 
power of the latter.” — has purchased 8 icttnere: ta the story) 0k te. ek 
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gone to their lathes and learning the most|in 1801 at Alexandria, when they were ataff of the Hamilton Times, ear ey ee ae 
difficult trades and becéming masters|attacked by the “Invincible Legion” of matte home ws 
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re Maintain Repair and Parts Service 


HEN you buy a C.C.M. Bicycle you do so with the knowledge that 
you can depend upon C.C.M. dealers throughout Canada to give you 
complete and prompt repair service at any future time—in war or in peace. 


That has been the enviable record of C.C.M. dealers, backed up by “The 
Factory”, for 45 years through the stress of two world wars. ie fact, in times 

of war, especially the present war, a reliable and completely genuine C.C.M. 

parts and repair service is doubly important because of: the severe restrictions 

on bicycle production. 4 ts 
This assured genuine C.C.M. parts‘and repair service by C.C.M. dealers from 

coast to coast gives your C.C.M. bicycle a permanently high market -value 
should you ever wish to deal your 
C.C.M. on a new one or should 
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it's a treat to-watch Old; Peter Fraser 
lighting his pipe,.: You could tell he's a 
master. craftsmen. - He. knows tobacco, 
too"— knows that Old Virginia hos. 
character and quality far above its price.. 


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Sea 
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If you are in need of a bicycle as 
essential transportation, and can 
qualify under one or more of the 
classifications (A,B,C, D) set forth 
herewith, go to.your nearest 
C.C.M. dealer and complete a 
Bicycle Purchase Application 
Form. Then as soon as your C.C.M. 
dealer has a bicycle for you under 
your application, he will notify 
you—the: sooner you apply the 
sooner you will have a ‘bicycle. 
PEACE-TIME MAKERS OF BICYCLES, 


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1T-tooth cultivator, Broadcaster. 
P. McAuliffe, Lonsdale. M3-3t 


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GIRL FOR STORE AND OFFICE. 
“Apply in‘ letter only, to Pile No. 


139, stating full Em- 
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LIVE POULTRY. BIGHEST 
“prices paid. Prompt attention. 
Write M. Marcus, 153 James St. 
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Campbell’s 
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A “DEPARTMENT STORE” 
FOR ALL KINDS 
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= Cash Sale $16.50 
EMPIRE NO. 2. TYPEWRITER 
‘Three Bank, ene celer ribbon — s Bargain for yi 
come cone, — 


Cash Sale $45.00 


REMINGTON ENVOY PORTABLE TYPEWRITER 
Four Bank, twe colered ribben, complete key beard. 
A Bargain these days. : 
THE JAMES TEXTS 


39-183 FRONT ST. PHONE 303 





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CASH for Your CAR 


BATEMAN MOTORS 


BALES and SERVICE SERVICE STATION 
11 Motra St. W. Phone 140¢/ 34 Dundas E. Phene 


if it t from. when ‘| 
Utes walk to Front. Phone 20633. fa to ap may ex pool in = er. Peling IN BLOCK — QUANTITY OF USED LUMBER , 
pro which year amounted acene . 4 
ONE LARGE, BRIGHT SED [12 UTA 3t 5s the solantion of the taken to l-inch end 2-inch 
; stage an outing’ for ‘4 

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WITH HEATER. Trade Wanted 
TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES 










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TRUCKS 
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“THE-CASH-INN”’ | 


178° Wheelbase 
OPTIONAL TIRE EQUIPMENT 
‘As » Wartime Conservation Measure we have opened a 


825 x 20 — 12-ply tires 
Re-Sale Goods Department and are prepared to bay 


TRUDEAU 
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MOTOR 
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Trade Wanted. 
TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES 


pips: | FORMER CAPITAL SALES 
| THREA Permit Required 


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a rn nr EET IG | PERCOLATORS FLASHLIGHTS 
SEED. POTATOES #500 ||| WE HAVE IN OUR STOCK, || dco em oars 
Katahdin, veriedes, at, BISHOPS NO ENDORSERS NEEDID Alli GARDEN TOOLS (caueee ouceaes 
lis WHEELBARROWS MANTEL RADIOS 
| ICE BOXES, Etc. - > REFRIGERATORS 


‘Chalmers 


| Medel 60 ~ 

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repair al i repairs Siectrical appic| ling orvesaile Beeville: Mada || STATION ST. LOCATION 
ances, juding 


Electric Ranges, | 2 
Gs Hei, Poot Bt TRUDEAU 
Christian's Electric, Front 8t. 
J. pains FOR SALE. ; 
LIST YOUR ] 


PROPERTIES FOR MOTOR SALES 
sale with Geo, N. Gorman-(Belle- 1937 BUICK COACH Distributers fer Hastings - 
Herealar ser preg ett el pact Eadio and Heater. County, Lennox and Adé- 
Associate Member of the Ontario|] TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES : 

Association of Real Estate Boards 
—166 Pront St. Phone 99. House 
Phone 687. NBS 


Check ever your household for items which yeu ean dis- 
pees of witheat incenvenience, turn them inte cash and 
bay mere WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. 2 


BRING YOUR GOODS DOWN OR PHONE 1000 AND WE WILL ‘ 
ARRANGE TO FICK UP LARGE ITEMS. { 


“THE-CASH-INN” | 


‘RE-SALE GOODS DEPARTMENT OF . 


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AB, G J. Parsons, son of: Mrs. 
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Athabaskan was mentioned in 
press dispatches en Wednesday. 


oa Wilfred Jones 
After Short [ness 


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and gunnery exploits among Nazi 
Industrial targets. He was com- 
missioned in 1930 and came w 
Trenton in 1932 where he flew with 
the Siskin Flight. This was then 
the fastest and most manoeuvrable 
single-seater fighter tn the R.CAP. 
It was while he was stationed in 
Trenton that he met his future wife 
in Belleville. , 

It was in 1934 that he started his 
career as an armament officer at 
Trenton, later taking an advanced 
course in Britain, and in 1936 he 
returned to Canada to become 0.0. 


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6th. VICTORY LOAN 
OBJECTIVE. 


WARSBLE FLY POWDER 


New is the time te protect your 
valuable cattle against this dan- 
gerous pest. \ 


20° PEG. 


4 PKGS. for ............... 15¢ 
REDUCED IRON: : 


2 OUNCES «-...0.000000e . 35¢ 
e 


Calf Scours 


WE HAVE THE REMEDY. 
FORMALDEHYDE 
25¢ tb. 


BLACK LEG VACCINE 
: 90 


DOYLE’S 


DRUG STORE 


SEASONABLE 


FARM NEEDS 


FORMALIN, 16 os, .... 25¢ 


BORDEAUX MIX. .. 15 25¢ 


CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE 
BLACKLEGOIDS ........ 90 


VACCINES .....ssecss0e 1.00 


HESS TONICS : 
ssseeseseee B5€, 1,60 to 6.50 


CEORCE PAULEY 


DRUGGIST: Phone 105} | 165 Front Street. 


US TODAY FOR FURTHER 
INFORMATION. 


“ 


Dress-up your windows for Spring with New. Drapes. 
Get your drapes mede to order, in the following 
materials. . 


a th fa */General Canvass Subscriptions 


farmers to receive 20 
romantic fragrance. Gay . <3 sinte per hundred pounds of milk. 


: sparkling... 


cots 


\ No wonder it wins so many 
hearts! Wear it for your 
ight-béarted moods. . . your 
sentimental moments... 
whenever you want to feel 
like Spring. : 
: Beleza Rubinstein’s beloved 
‘Apple Bicesom Cologne, 1.25, 85. 
= Apple Blossom Eau de Toilette, 
2.25. Apple Blossom Body 
-- Powder, 1.50, .75. Apple Blossom 
- Soap, 5571.00. 


McKEOWN’S 


S. DRUG © STORE: 


GEEN'S.. - 
BUCHU-JUNIPER 


KIDNEY 
PILLS © 


29° 


ruhene oats x eau > |Cosiderably Below Average Needed 


cheese. 
Although only 


‘\amounts would be involved: in the 
basic price ‘of cheese being figured | half 
tory or at the shipping 


at the 
point, i 


costs.:of their 
ping centre or point of grading. 
: 3 


GEEN—DRUGS |= 


With the canvassing period of the ported as “over the top”. 
Although the™ general canvass 


288,220, or 
$3,100,000 objective. Total county) talling 
objective, including speci] names, | tricts in the county. 
A rural area throughout 
training station in 
awk Instrument 
Deseronto, - went 


ond : 
{tg goal in bond sales. No. § LTS. tions necessary 
nt Belleville had previously been re-| county total” 


SHADOW CLOTH, for small windows, 30° wide .....+00+- 
SHADOW CLOTH. 45” wide, latest shades ....-..» ° 
HOMESPUN In green. rust and brown. (5° Wide ...ccree 
HOMESPUN, with wide stripe, wine, blue and green ance: 
MONKS CLOTH, 56” wide .... . yard 
RAYON DAMASK, In eggshell, 40° wide .......- saveeseeee 
pa! DAMASK, tn eggshell, and wine, 50” 


wastes 


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London, May 5 —(CP)— Heavy RAF. Mosquito bombers in 
American bombers attacked German the Alr Ministry News Service on; by a sister tribal destroyer, the 
military Installations. in the Pas-|\wednesday called “probably the | Haida, clashed with German naval 
de-Calais area of Prance before most brilliant feat of low-level pre- | units. 3 
.|breakfast time today, getting st even bombing of the war” has been| Last night's list included 15 offi- 


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revealed by Netherlands circles here | cers, 185 Canadian ratings and two 
as the former Kleykamp art gallery | Royal Navy ratings. 

Mosquitos stalded at Western Ger-|in the Hague. « | German broadcasts haye claimed 
raany during the night and other] It was also disclosed that the |that 8 men from the Athabaskan 
Ttalian-based bombers smashed at |house acreage tenner great | were taken prisoner. There was no 
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so early they passed homeward-|said the Mosquito squadron came! might be prisoners; all were listed 

bound British Mosquitos which |/n at = height of about $0 eee aie 9s “missing.” 
made the swift night attacks on the |the bombs from the acres (Navy. Minister Macdonald said 
Western Reich and returned with-|¥ent “right in the teat Cherlands |2,the Commons Monday that “it 
cut Joss. Tea a een pet toda: ning | Will be some time” before the names 
The RC. A. P. announced that |pewsPeree received ears the Pomp. jo! those taken prisoner are avail- 
Canadian plancs last night dad De, aod that it took place April 11 able. If often took as long as three 
mines In enemy waters and a oa mon for the government to be 
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‘etson Berg he ioe bes ae — me invasion: short of the Rhine and | Permanent force, he served with the 
‘The four-engined American | probably has made no real prepar- | Royal Canadian Navy before the 


the point of exhaustion.” ations for a last-ditch fight with |CUtbreak of war. 


that river as the ditch, Lieut. Leslie Ward was a member 
We know this because interned | Uf the Toronto Telegram’s editorial 
Americans personally. ask that the |#taff before joining the Naval In- 
old Siegfried Line has been and / formation Branch. x d 
has remained dismantled along the! dhi’s Relense 
Rhine frontier. i€ 3an } 
Snes was also evidence that the; . us Release 
ehrmacht was not counting too; + < 
heavily on its Atlantic fate Said Imminent 
tions, or on any defence works. ————— 
We were at Biarritz in southern| London, May 5. (CP Reuters)—It 


Prance for the last few days be-| ¥85 reported here today that the re- 
fore our release. ‘This was one of | €2s¢ Of Mohandas K. Gandhi from 
the spots that had been described internment in India was imminent. 
in the German press as “impreg- The report, unconf:rmed, sald the 
nably fortified.” time and conditions for the Indian 
Nobody could go out of our hotel. | Nationalist Leader's release would 
Nonetheless I mgnaged to’ get a 
window open. There was no great 
defence precautions, That was 
what the Wehrmacht was trying 










bombers roarsd* across the English 
Channel early this.morning in a 
foree officially described as small, 
indicating that fewer than 200 
heavies made the short hop to the 
area of France closest to Britain. 
They were escored by an equal 
number of fighter. “ 
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agreement. 

Mr. Rose declared that in a tele- 
phone conversation last night Mr. 
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German Garrison 


Said Under Siege 


London, May 5—(CP)— Partisan 
forces eee eran nated alates been killed on active duty, less titan 

v town of Mrkonjicgrad are a after his predecessor, Ad- 
laying siege to the German garri minal Siceebe Temaaiota; Sad tant 
son, which is offering strong resist- 
ance, a broadcast communique from 
the headquarters of Marshal Josip 
Broz, (Tito) said today. 
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Italy struck a sharp blow Thursday 
night in support of Russian ground 
forces by attacking Budapest, capi- 
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Tension Eases. 


‘jThe‘anouncement that the Labor 
Board chairman is making the trip 
served to ease tension among mem- 






-A broadcast recorded by US.; 
Near Stanislawow in the south-|). a nent monitors quoted an; ‘das- 
east corner of old Poland German Pighting their way through a 
emai OE communique | screen of German night fighters, 
attempts to as saying the Koga had “led at his! the British bombers poured biock- 
sitions were beaten off in the mor joo: in saarch of this year while | busters and incendiaries on Buda- 
‘ pest’s Rakos rail yards on the main 
east-west line from Germany and prasad _ 
Vienna to the Romanian front. e minute run to 
afternoon, a Soviet communique} he wording of the commumiqve| ‘two violent explosions and many|frontier, the superannuated e: Penicillin available to them through 
It asserted that about 80 /bore a striking similarity to a/| fires were observed. gave out. When they ‘finally got! their hospitals after this week, 



































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deposit of Yugoslav funds has been 
rejected by the Nationa] Bank of} which two of the men were criti- 
Brazil in an apparent victory for|cally wounded. The men, armed 
the Partisan Government of Marshal| with an. Army carbine, kept up & 
























——————— 
RUNNING GUN BATTLE IN N.Y. ? 
Motors. Blavonig near Vocin and forced Germans were Killed and 12 Naxi|Tokyo communique of May 21, 1943,| The Budapest attack followed up | hold of another locomotive the frst | Dr. John N. McDonnell 
: Members of Loc. 240 met last jin. Germans and Ustashi to with-| New York, May 5 — (AP)—Three/ tanks were destroyed, andouncing Yamamoto’s death in a|a raid the night before on rail yards|rays of daylight had come. And | the office ae Josep peal cheng fhe 
' night and decided not to take 209) 4.4 the communique sald. suspected holdup men in @ stolen| Sixty Germans were declared to warplane the previous April “while |in Bucharest, capital of Romania,|¥e saw barbed wire entanglements | tripution, sald yesterday. é 
f= immediate action Meanwhile» demand by: King|car led police on a 70-mile-an-hour| have been killed and wounded when |directing general strategy on the | by British Halifaxes, Liberators and and & blockhouse—such was the as ~ 
‘with the Ford stoppage, thous | peters Yugoslav government in|chase through Greenwich Village's | Russian troops threw back an ene- |froat lie: Wellingtons. Auantic Wall. Weather F. t 
earlier it had been reported they |> (aon sor surrender of ‘a $9,500,000 : my reconnaissance detachment south| A later Japanese broadcast Although bad visibility hampered| What then does the Wehrmacht orecast - 
t call a sympathetic strike. "z| of Tiraspol, a town $0 miles north-| Maj-Gen. Kumao Oohash! and|operations in daylight yesterday, |Count on to save Germany? ————_ 
Actually the office workers hare west of Odessa on the Dnestr river. medium bombers attacked Goebbels has almost hinted at it] LAKE SUPERIOR: Moderate to 
been idle for the last two days but ‘The broadcast communique, re- bridges at Grosetto, Albino, Toree |!" his latest propaganda—not de- | {fresh winds; partly cloudy and cold 
said this corded here by the Soviet monitor, and Pabriano — all in Italy—and|fensive fighting or fighting behind| with light scattered showers or 
listed no essential changes on the had been fighter-bombers hit rail communi- walls but their own specialty’ aj Snowflurries. Saturday, moderate 















































Tito. 15-minute running exchange of : 

es bohnbecr rg 0c. be) —— A. Partisan broadcast April §|shots with the pursuing policemen|land front but declared that long- cations at Terni, Sulmons and ro eee offensive ettack: after the beng mp nn . 8 

© decided last night not to stop ad-|fald the Tito-led Yugoslav National | who fired 22 shots at the trio. The Soviet planes bombed | and the areas northeast and south of |" we foung they were gathering | Fair and cool. Saturday, tai und 
* ministration office workers chase ended when the bullet-riddled Rome, the bulletin sald. troops for this purpose, somewhat milder. 


their today. sedan crashed into a parked .car.| troops pinned 
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reputation ot lot “a hidden host of unknown pre-| Writing yesterday in the .army| Sunday evening at 8.00 pm. M5 
known as | parations” benind Hitler's European | newspaper Stars and Stripes, Sayler 
{wal were thrown today into the|said his report was “no pep talk| ANNUAL ROSE TAG DAY — AUS- 
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te be spent on further refinements |the greatest extent practicable and|the U.N. R. R.A. bill to furnish |the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor! zr you want to call those secret “When the day.of the forthcom- 
and production. they have been set aside for naval|relief in countries liberated Can re acy recent ey nem ee weapons, yqu can.” declared Brig.-|ing operations arrives every Am- 
This was disclosed today in ajuse to the extent of about $20,000,-|the enemy. The measure authorizes White Gen. Henry ‘Saylor, Chief Ordnance jerican’ soldier taking part may be 
House of Representatives Naval Af- | 000.” ah Initial expenditure by Canada of Before reaching head of tle com- | orrcer of the U. 8. Army .in the/assured his weapons, ammunition, 
fairs Committee report recommend-| A Navy Department official de-| $10,000,000. {bined fleet Koga had served as com-j Furopean “theatre,” in revealing |tanks and vehicles will be superior a 
try |ing s $65,000,000 appropriation for|clared, “All we can say is that we i of the Yokosuka navsl|coetning of arms Improvements. |or at least equal, to those of the; CHICAGO'S = NOTED | YOUTH 
ordnance manufacture, are using rocket guns, os was re- ' and before that s» com-| the German claim came direct |enemy . . . Bome ardnance will be| Jeader, Richard W: Neale, at the 
oni to enter.” | Included. was a statement from | ported short time ago.” Rear Ad- ste raleothad ped from the pen of Hitler's ace pro-jused for the first tme after being |» MS 
not saying that we received | the Navy revealing the proposed ex-| miral FP. Hussey, Jr. Naval Bureau caval staff from | P2s2ndist, Propaganda Minister ; developed and, tested thoroughly ‘at . 
or that we didn't pansion of work on rocket-propelled ms Ordnance Chief, © acknowledged cononnic and was naval attache at | Paul Joseph Goebbels. His —_ Leh | grounds in America.” BAND CONCERT, CAPITOL THE- 
weapons, i at ® press conference recently | was the Japanese Embamy in Paris in |!n this week's edition of the + | Admitting the Germans had some} gtre, Sunday, 8.15 p.m. _ Auspices 
No clues were given as to the elabora: } mar. magazine “Das Reich,” broad-|superior weapons early in the war,| of Kinsmen Club charities. Tren- 
said $a Fee eer tnet s15,000000, ot Germans | Prevision; WATER FRONTIER borane hres Seaeia OT ITE peter escepbes reeuilathe for bea nr ane Leki 
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and continued fromthe time the child is May Sth, 1924. 
old enough to be shown, there would be} sunday School commenced « ti 


more happier homes’ ‘and ‘Jess crowding] new -year yesterday under the 
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‘ Germany the “Den” or OP air”: “Sana aie. Harry W. Ackerman. |! 
Premier Marshal Stalin has'aword tor] S™E2% "or, {fe cmd wat 
the enemy that fits. Germany isa ‘foul}..this year. i 
wild: “beast.” The Nazis are “Hitlerites.” Mr.” William Huddleston, form=-| "Se oe 
The place.to which the Allies are going tO) tratning of 

drive the enemy is ‘into bis Jair. the American Army in ‘Virginia, 
\ “The German now: remind ‘one-of| has strived, here on a leave of 
a wounded beast who’ is forced’to:crawl| ° ssiss Rutt of Toronto, spent the 
away to: the boundaries of his lalr—|, weekend here ‘with her brothers 
Germany—in order to lick His wounds. Mrx¥s FY oe 

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| “barracks,” “citadel” or one. In order to save our country andthe} ” Mr. Alfred E. fon of Mr. | tothe Holy Zand and the Old 

R the names of the countries allied to us from thé danger of ‘Thomas F. Wils, Ann Street, who. the _detog dons, 
; rank and title, the use of the band sabjugation one must follow on the heels fot tour yoare ee eed of 3. : 

| carrying of the flag, all suggest the life|°r tne wounded beast and finish him off] Mulford. qrusete, bas Bess Soe Haters Pye eenns oe 
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Is Salvation Army ‘ following building permite obeyed call-up regulations. 

Rs courage. of the rather exact impression as to what they PES eave during the month of look sbered: calitp see 
be in their early days. They faced are. And they are correct. They will accept | Apcil:-—“Hugh Galaway, frame meee Mr. Mitchell said -he beileved J. 
>but time showed the noble Stalin’s naming of Germany as the den or Gwelling on Button Ce aormat Oe the Diefenbaker (PC—Lake Centre), 
| quality of this noble organization. It of the foul pack of the Nazis and the| ‘Stone and Baldwin Streets; = hay- ea ee rye 
Ve received’ the highest commendation of tarists. .- | Mastin, frame garage comer of.| ing on a party of forty have ; tions 
rulers ‘and leaders. It_ works ae : aie: and Catharine Streets; | guests. The run to Massassage ree ons 
— Nazism and Hitlerism” have to be dealt} a. Quincey, frame dwelling on Park was made in twenty min- of my peters 
ye other great religious and social bodies and| ith ruthlessly. as the occupants of 8 Fahey Street; John Donovan, utes. A delightful time was spent call that 

f its message is as free as the wind that |ioir or “den” that t to. terrorize Fame dwelling and store on | at the Park which is now look- business, not 

zt blows. In its all "it oe came out 50. Sail Street; Ben Sopher, brick | ing its best. rarmery 

ie + and mutilate and destroy the world of |: dwelling on North Moira Street; Mr, R. C. Clute, darrister, has him politically : 

"gone to nearly one hundred lands of the} peace and freedom. W. H. Panter, frame dwelling on | © the oorne ee et oe and || ho be ene 20 Days’ Bombing 
iB: $ earth, with its strengthening and healing The “den” has to be destroyed. Tiogham Gtrevt: : Nuter Avena: the war esti- a tree 

fe +2 : Allan R. Schryver, brick dwelling *r do inject the (By ‘The Canadian Press) 

e Time has blessed the work of General} Ornament is but the guilded shore to a ome e i ag reed "i sey iow rofgped =a ‘The Allied pre-invasion serial 
| Booth and his followers. One hundred| most dangerous sea; the beauteous scarf| dwelling on Charles Street 0. B. | ing. beer ysygeert w offensive (figures approximate). 
| _- years ago when the boy William Booth| vetting an Indian beauty; in a word, the| Foster, frame dwelling on Dundas | | The war sreather of. the task | as; WINAM < Greece as sy Bn oe Namiod' sins raeg Ramco 
3 was converted there was set in motion an|seeming truth which .cunning times put ° » Buckley, frame | few days has —— country on the side of the United Dropped more than 89,000 tons 
| _ influence which can have no end. a to Sites the wisest Shakespeare. 7 Teta Mare Mitebell Mon eee 

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F ‘Home Training Still Needed do their masters —Diogenes. pet labout 80000, of a te _quoning more than 687 of thats 
a The time is not so far distant when Canadian Scene aM ofan |ereise Gnaee tne Nationa Bice Wednesday nlght Allied 
bs children were given what almost amount- JUST FOLKS tts é pad Resources Mobilization Act. posoran : Leah 
te ed toa course in domestic science and) . By EDGAR A. GUEST A Century Ago and pat eee treet caid ‘bne: thought only 

e home culture, taught by mothers, who, in (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A, Guest) By LLG screw-pres3|q small number could be called in 

S.  their turn, had been taught by-their —- | pod Pe Nr ah ig preetom 

9 mothers. Today, in almost every home in ON THE DEAFNESS OF HUSBANDS In Lot wartime days < , plac- oot wedi ee 

fs Sore recta es eae to pick oe vie aad aha Gill aay : : ; toa |earrice years rather than 

s choose the tasks they will do around any wife e will 8a: which: was | Oui : 

| the house, and in all too many instances, True love must many wrongs ehdure, | boards oping eo perder may £82 Mh erry replied be cous not 

- do nothing whatsoever, content to let] Be patient long, and faithful stay, "| away. | Men called at 16 in the 

: mother do it all, providing it is done well.| | ~ With ills there is no power to cure. ie sieago Duited However, be believ- 

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Being the most positive of sen, 5 = Se ree ae aerestountal [eer arcs oa in the | strong walls and 
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ie how beneficial are the plans and efforts of 
. the schools, the instruction the young 
girls receive cannot and does not take the 
place of the simple methods they learn 
from their own mothers. However, not 
many children today are willing to be 
“taught by someone who is not a qualified 

~ dietitian, and the “touch-and-go,” “a little 

of this, and a bit of that” system that 
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She’s told the gossip of the day, 

Thinking she had my mind and ears, 
-Not knowing they were miles away. 

Later, when friends dropped in to call 
And settled for a pleasant chat, 

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‘Which she is whispering to a friend: 
Some gossip that ‘she wants to keep; 


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hed todo it, couldn’t boil an egg without) “You know how prying all men are,” GAEAT HARBORS nee mark. : Roeae, the lanrest \ 
burning it, and there are boys who Bays Nellie. “Well, next room or hall, Qeeens eve =< — ; : 


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holders was held in Montreal on May 3rd, 1944. 


Remember how pleasant it used to be to travel on Canadian Pacific trains an 


ships .. . to stay at Canadian Pacific hotels and resorts? ; 


* hat was before Hitler unleashed his mad ambitions. It’s different now. It 
has to be—for the World’s Greatest Travel System has a big war job to do—and 
is doing it with characteristic efficiency. 


When that job is done—and peace returns—Canadian Pacific will be ready 
to serve,you as before . ... and even more completely. 


_ Already. plans, are being made for the construction of new, improved loco- 
motives and coaches... sleeping cars... parlor cars... diners; for the improvement 


of road-bed and tracks; for the renovation of stations and hotels; for the building - - 


of a new fleet of ocean vessels to replace those lost in war service. 
This post-war program means much more than the mere restoration of pre- 
war travel facilities. It means the introduction of travel on anew scale of comfort, 


convenience and speed! 


,_ And more than that. It means a substantial amount of post-war employment 
and prosperity all oyer the, Dominion,. because the program itself will provid 
years of ateady work at good wages for téns of thousands of Canadians. - 
This is one way in which Canadian Pacific is planning to meet the challenge 
of peace—while continuing to do a vital war job at home and abroad. 


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THE WARTIME ACTIVITIES of Canadian 


Pacific have been: indispensable to Canada’s, 
epntribution to victory. Rail freight traffic has 
doubled and passenger traffic has increased 
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Canadian Pacific’s ocean fleets on the Atlantic 
and the Pacific have been at the service of the 
United Nations since the outbreak of war. 

From Canadian Pacific shops have come 

tanks, guns and other munitions of war to a 
total value of $125,000,000. Today approx-. 
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Daintily styled and fully 
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OFFICIAL CNR. WATCH INSPECTOR : 


-LEATHER 

WALLETS 

$2.00 up — no tox 
Bleck, brown, tan aod alr 


cece 
force blue — fine leathers. 
‘TAX EXTRA.” 


teed. 


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STALWART 


LIGHTERS 
$2.75—no tax 


AND “M&eFEE’S 
BLUEBIRD ~ 
DIAMONDS 


using 
Reheat 
lightly 
Siz 
ada 


but|browned and filling is hot. 


for super they 
If 


Mix m 
heat and 


Approximately six 
to egg whites and 


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4 hours’ or Jonger before’ serving. 


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onion, salt and 


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drop . vegetable 


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2 tablespoons fat 


restricted shoe wardrobe is by 

add with other Ingredients. Flavor 
with vanilla, 

mashed potatoes on top. 

in over until potatoes are 

best until stiff. Fold into custard. 
ture on 

meal, 

spoonfuls, 

Bix 


vanilla. Add salt 


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to a green 


pie 


aliced 
alowly in milk until 


always 
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often find theme 
class. Hashed 
are good, 
te for the ever 
potatoes. ees 
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ter and 
slow 
with the 
the milk end 


wih, bes 
chocolate pudding: 


leftover 
for 50 minutes or until 


monotonous. 


toes 
night 


served every 


in thelr re-incarna' 
foods at one time to serve 


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well. Pour into a 


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act in pan of hot ws 


“peach in a 


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By Dominion Expe 
A certain amount of leftover food 
Note: For 
blend 2 tablespoons cacos 


two or even three m 


management. 
excellent substitu 


ally busy 
f some f 
Potatoes very 
selves in the 
brown pota' 
do” become 
and cooked 


Mrs. - 
Jsugar and a little of 


escort 
to never-befort- 


Americans 
‘s prettiest girls 


Balem 
read- 


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cannot be accepted) jole, 


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SIZE, NAME, ADD! 


Pattern Department, 


Belleville, Ont, 


a 


zane’ a! Victory Recipes Tested, Approved 


Bend your order to The Ontario 


The Y-P.U. was held at 
Intelligencer 


material 
lie. 08 Lela Saries 
coins - (stam 
for. his 
166 Front St, 


areas YRIDAY, MAY 5, 1M4. 7 


pete 

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daughter of 
Brae of Macks 
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jounce the engagement 
a ee 
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and Mrs. Wm. Kem 
ann 
of Mr. J 
this city 
his ement occasion fe 
the death of his mother 
Gives that Final 
Touch of Glamor! 
DRUGGIST 


ENGAGEMENT NOTICE 


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THE 


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Phone 1397 ° 


NOON OR NIGHT! 


3 Quix has 
fizyour of sun-ri 


WITH Quix FOR BREAKFAST 


is delicious! No wonder it’s 
DOBBS 
end HEATING 


soacks as it is for ban; 
y tasty treat;;: 
sweet 


LOOKOUT’S BRIGHT 


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PLUMBING 


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CANADA 


RELIEVED OF CHARGES 


MY DEAR, SHE 
TELLS ME THEY 
ARE GETTINGA 


FORCES OUTSIDE 


li al 
Le an 


SENATOR HAIG I8 ELECTED 
PEOGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE 


the 


at 


BOARD 


int 


ON 
SIXTH VICTORY LOAN 


“"A DOLLAR SAVED IS A. DOLLAR MADE” 


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Ate Lily a iF if AF A : : Hi 
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PAYROLL SAVINGS. SECTION 


— 
SCORE 
PROGRESS OF INTERNAL CANVASS HASTINGS COUNTY 


UNNECESSARY DESTRUCTT' 


PLANS 
OF TREASURES 
New York, May 5 (AP)—The New. 
emembe, 
“is good tea” 
Pekoe Tea 


RED ROSE Orange 


‘(am 


fee 


of Mrs. (Ber. Lovelace on. Thurs- 
@ay evening with a good attendance, |“ 
‘The same officers. were. returned 


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mean ia ih ; i int it 


wine monthly aeesting of the 
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Stockholm, May 5—(CP)— King 
ff Denmark has appeal- 


SAYS KING CHRISTIAN 


APPEALS TO ICELAND 


$33 q 

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PL ELEES Et teen 


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Bates, Cumberiand, BC., 


Philadelphia .... 


Middleweight — Pte. William Ev-|Brooklyn .....+.+ 
ons, Kelvington, Sask, (Western |New York ......-- 


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included 


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May S—(AP) 


By 


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(Associated “Press Sports 


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BEbin 


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if foe 


ain falls aed 


strip a sloppy mess. How- 
ever, unless more “Ti 
or tonight, the track may 
making it at least slow, 


ie 


representing Pa- 
Fighting profession- 


presenting MD. 2, 
(Honey) Walthe, 
cific Command. 


scor= 
rest of 


middleweight 
poles respectively, 
od section knockouts, The 


Sancta the open 


WILL REMAIN CLOSE 


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Loe 


ALL DAY SATURDAY 


singles and home pr Eerary a bter| 
ttered three Giant 


two 


Ss 


Canadian Sport Snapshots 


Within the pest few weeks our production of civilian 


hedule, due 
However, 
lent ond 


production of vital wor 


ustomers realize must come first; man- 


ditions, but we con 


t con 


. 


have already done 


in foirness to our customers themselves and to our Pp 


atways received from us up 


4 


rial shortages. We are continuing to 


Among them 


° 
ie 
« 


Effective _ Immediately 
do no more at present than we 


mote 
type of service you have 


te the limit of our ability under presen 


horteges, 


clothing hes fallen farther and farther behind sc’ 


8 

_ te several factors. 
goods which our ¢ 
power 3) 
give the 


te- most of his 
for the Black 


- NO LONGER EXCLUSIVE 
Shakespeare wro! 


visiting ath- 


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Toronto will be 2 drab 


8 ‘s Mecca: ¢ 
Downtown 


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with their work, we make this announcement. 


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298 FRONT STREET. 


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SEED STORE, 172 Front St. Phone 
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‘and terms.. Apply Eiliott’s Red 
Indian Station, 301 ooenes ; : 
For Sale 43 Oldsmobile Custom Sedan. 
ONE ‘SUITCASH AND COWHIDE NEW FARGO 2 & 24 «1. Hiy@re Metec, only 10,900 mis. 
club bag; wood and coal range, *4] Sedan Hodson 
with reservoir. Phone SMW. TON HEAVY DUTY "41 Plymouth Custem Seden 
: Ree MS =< FRUCKS ~~ “<1 Geeredet Conch, Dears. 
“t Dede Sodan sue 
1937. CHRYSLER ROYAL "32 Packard Sedan 
SEDAN. 732 Ferd Sodan 
WITH HEATER. Trade Wanted "38 Oldsmebile Coach 6 
TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES “738 Dedige Coach 
"37 Btedebaker 
MOTOR - SALES ||| 2 betes Soaan 
Gevernment Fermit, Required ‘31 Ford Coach 
ees Soe . 
CASH—Day or Night for ee Cenetin Seto 
°36 Ford Sedan = 
es otors 2t Ferd: Coeie 
123 FRONT STREET N "33 
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: WE HAVE-IN OUR STOCK of gaat rome 
ON HIGHWAY NO. 1¢ BETWEEN fn ar mee een 
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Belleville and Picton, 34 x 7 truck 
and rim. Phone 342. 


BUY VICTORY BONDS 
spere tire Mas at REALIZE 


THE CASH ON YOUR 
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ace f ee oro at Of- NY STREET Model 60 Kid 
hess, Mountain View All 25 Dodge Panel (Ton 
TREASURER’S SALE OF | Crop Harvester 
STATION ST. LOCATION 


LANDS FOR TAXES 
CITY OF BELLEVILLE 







West End 


MOTOR SALES 


123. FRONT STREET 
- BELLEVILLE 


Phone 716 
Open 8 am. te 9 pm. Dally 


CASH for Your CAR 
BATEMAN MOTORS 


: a back * 1937 BUICK COACH 
please Phone 9TW, By seneatie ‘Rade and Heater. 

Bt, Belleville. TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES 
—— So 
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AUCTION. SALE 


Half-Ton Dodge Truck to be sold Z 
: for storage at Laiferty’s aps = JUST ARRIVED! 
wo 
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NORMAN MONTGOMERY, 
HUNDREDS OF OLD TIME 


Se SONGS and 
COWBOY 
RECORDS 


AUCTION SALE 
See today our new stock of 


Thursday. May 11, 1.30, at pre- 
mises eb te Eliza Clapp, at 
records by such artista as: 
Montana Silm. Hank the Ye- 


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1943 
STATEMENT 
SHOWS BIGGEST YEAR IN Taz 

HISTORY - 

BAY OF QUINTE 
FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
Over am aren of Galy Fourtecn 

ownships in Edward 


and Hastings. 
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contin-|] Ratteries, Headbands, Earpleces, FIRE — AUTO — BOILER — ACCIDENT, ETC. 


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THIS 1S THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST 


. JAMIESON BONE & CO.” 


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and 
Quebec, May 5—(CP)— Premier|is Lieut. P. J. Cock, RCN.VER. 
of Quebec, told delegates |Ottawa, Ont, serving ina Canadian eee 
attending @ Rotary convention yes- |destroyer which helped screen the are ae 
that “one of my deepesticarriers when Canadian planes Fright 
; fs that, by its very na- {hammered the Tirpitz With Cock t provoking. R.C.A.P. 
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“mascot. Both have the new 
night . glasses, worn 

‘ore going on watch st night to 
accustom the eyes to the darkness. 


Jap Naval Craft, 
By British Sub 


New York, May 5.— (AP)— An 
Allied submarine operating off Indo- | Madoc, 
. E. Larsen is attending the 
meeting of the Synod of the Pres- 
byterian Church belng held in Tor- 
onto this week. 

L-Cpl. Tom Greatrix of the 21 
Hastings and Prince Edward Regt. 
arrived home from overseas on Fri- 
dsy. Tom went overseas in 1939 
aboard | with the Ist Division of Ae H. and 
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THAT CONVERTS TO A GO-CART 


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it? Has spring construction’ in the folding style steel frame. 


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For Information Of 
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uinea, May 4—(AP)—Thi 
New. .G —The Fama 
‘|Rabaul area on the northeast tip] Ottawa, May 5 — (CP)—National 
of New Britain returned to the Pa-| Defence Headquarters announced 
cific war spotlight Monday when 
heavy bombers, attack planes and 

‘unloosed 







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¥ : worn uniform 

e ‘Your home is under constant air attack: Protect . was limited to occasional patrol! absent without leave. Latest figures 
Rs aod preserve it with paint: Paint resists wear and 
% weather that lead to decay = ; : adds beauty as 2 bonus: 
Ic is sound wartime economy to do the small jobs of 
home repair and maintenance before they grow big. 
For advice talk with your C-I-L Paint Dealer: He is 
a home maintenance expert who is pleased to help 
you: He has manysources of technical information 










PROPOSES QUARANTINE — 


tinue’ investigations tracing men Philadelphia, May 4. (AP)— Jan 
Cape Lambert near Rabrul, Smal] | Who have failed ipsa reenter = atte ne Masaryk, Prime: Minister of the 
enemy ‘ vessels frequen! service re ons unde was agreed { Col- 

ty are ea |The ad lector’s report be accepted and the 

























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in addition to his own experience and that of his other a PT boat stranded.on a oa cee Baby’s 
customers. ( beeper meaty Other fighters |in the Commons x 
ttle craft's guns. Other TS 
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eget bem rreaa he pert’ craft 4th Sid 
ond. fighter ‘before it. too, was{cal examinations under the regula- t taney 
wrecked. Some 


ties resulted. | tions, 4th Sidney — Miss Lenore Ver- 
milyea is spending two weeks’ with 
her aister, Mrs, J. Baikie, Mr. Baikle 

















top-quality C-I-L Paints, 
Easels "sod Varnishes 
‘or every home require- 
ment. Constant research 
has maintained their high 
standards despite ma- 
terial shortages and the 
demands of war. 


yesterday. “They have sinned too 
much". 


‘I do not believe one paperhanger 
could drive 60,000,000 people into 
the war; we must not be sentil- 
mental _e 


spring construction under steel frame. | 
Large sized wheels, convenient height 

handles, equipped with harness strap ry 

and compartment for ngpkins below. 


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CBC Television 
Equipment Unlikely . 
Until After War 


Electric Range Quota 


For YearSetat 13,000 ("sa 4y Memarter is spending a | ,, 208 Angeles, May 5. (AP)—Short- 


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Montreal, May 4—(CP)—G. W. e Hardwig Wood pram, enamelled in blue, : 
Sr ocaustne a rats need Ottawa, May 5..(CP)—The elec- Mire an “Meu oe arte) ree rwtiices with smart trim in. white. Com- 
a1 RESRME |in statement today that’ “any | tc Tange ‘s coming back into its} Mrs. K. Mikel and Miss Pearl hospital" which plete’ with leatherette hood and 
plans to CBC might have conoern-| On" Tilt vera ut 5000 in the [guests on Thursday evening of hr. | e,cuareed wormn ; coven: + Regularly” :6.96. he 
. manufac! e 0) ui f . 
S0t Brs ing the introduction of television | Dext"t2 tmonths, it was learned to-|and Mrs. A. B. Woods. instead ot jthe: sore she 






pecially t cise 
born to her, the case was settled. S priced at only 


must’ walt until after the war when 


. hus- 
equipment can be made available.” | “2% tlunera) of Dre J. Ay Fatlknes on| both Mrs. Hardwig and her 
Mr. Olive made the statement| ,,20¢ Price Board Administrator of }funeral o r bend, Harry J. declined 


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White’s Hardware, 230 Front: St, jesse atteor’nse a tae| cect meats, cvupain, ot payee ager eimsell THE NEW 
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- : be bullt atop Mount Royal here. | duction of 9,000 electric rangettes child and would give no further in- 7 i ‘ 
&. F. BRISTOL C. C.: THOMPSON “It is not Ukely television equip-| and 50,000 electric cooking plates.~| A formation. . L FURNITURE C0 
Madec Nerthbrook twospoceal allen thetwartaret) thet ieee en nat oe elas quiltings for the ar : 
iN. y fe - 3 ue 1940 output and the rate of re: : 
BR EEO peprameblaled aes te pplmertetanps MY any extensive television ‘coverage|to ¢ trade will be authorized by|month of May- CORTON) CUT, OUT. 









Mrs. C. Vermilyea spent a few 
days with her aunt Mrs. (Dr.) Mace 
Tavish of Belleville last week. 


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CHAS. A PIGDEN, Elderado can be given in Canada for at least! the administrator. Sales to the pub- 
19 years following its introduction,” lic no longer will require essential- 
he sald. ‘ ity certificates. 


Scientists have taken the cotton 
out of gun cotton, since smokeless 
powder now Is made from plastics. |}L- 





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AED somens evENPONIKG Invasion Path Easier — 
: mio. “«|Capt.H.H. Balfour | gums 
(Says Main Battle | 


























: PE Neples, May 6 — (AP) — Allied 
day-by-day aerial offensive, are giving a large points, such bombers strock again Nest OS - 
ot Distrjetention (03 ae) So et are! |fbeiand Sines ' spectacular breaching fthe Pes 
While the great reids were, for a time, directed | pounding since caze dam in Italy and dayigh Oe 


against the industrial zones, the railroad system| Mets and Nancy 


maintaining German military strength has remained, | important airdrome rail centres. 


bridges—all on 
—Sunday in @ controversy over who 
custom collectors’ over- 






In Kohima Sector 


























ima area ‘of Eastern India have Day in 5th Loan 
cleared japanese from - ee terranean theatre yesterday, em-| sged several parked 
© Stor important positions and ate FARMERS’ PURCHASES | bracing 1960 sorties 16 heavy bomb-| | The iitiery Nazis 
wag? 5 Ottawa, May 6 (CP)—The margin Sore lost, heacquariers gaid. Hoven expedition over north 
by which Subscriptions to Canada’s I last night. The 


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_QNTARIOPLANNING| sevens to Carry Beer|z=zasiom es =e ot 





campaign but.when the-totals were 
added Yazt night they only had a 
margin of $8,000,000. 

An encouraging factor in yester- 












- . Ottawa, May 6 (CP)—Juvenfle 

xi Court Judge Allan Praser sald yes- 
ie ~~ terday that representations will be 
Se f made to the Liquor Control Board 
- Dr. -G. B. Langford, Pro-|of Ontario to insert » clause in its 

fessor of Mining, Will be |reulations making it unlawful for 

Senior Official & juvenile to carry or transport 
beer. ° 
After hearing the case of two 
adults charged with contributing to 
juvenile delinquency by having 
juveniles transport beer to thcir Montreal, May 6 (CP) 
homes fi th ‘ Grips 

rom the Dethousle Street, of purchasers Allied headquarters was estimated at $500,000 today, af- 

warehouse, Judge Fraser sald that \rotai of 1,405,678 as compared wi today. fire 4 
he or Crown Attorney Raoul Mer-|1 299.000 in’the Fifth Victory Loan, 
cler would ge} in touch with the|Yesterday, s total of 143,473 appli- 
Liquor Control Board regarding the |cations was révetved. 
matter, “As the loan now stands, the peo- 
Charges against the adults were 
withdrawn at the request of De~ 
tectlve George Gray, head of the 
morality squad, who sald the Liquor 
Control Act had no “teeth” inzof: 









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CSL Freight Shed 
Fire Causes 
$500,000 | Loss 


















3 DREW PLEASED . 
"= ‘Toronto, May 6—(CP)—The Ont- 
* arlo cabinets’ new department of 








































storey shed was gutted. 





a 6 
the . On the beachead and the Eighth one persons lost their lives 
Board be asked to amend the Act. ual buyers who minor clashes Germany. Cymbeline fire, when the 
; ast lownstre: occurred. Commission that “name burned at her 



















Exploding alcohol and oi] drums 
yesterday spread the fire of. un- 
kno origin 





planning Weather. Forecast 
it, called. by the govern- OATES 
ment to establish a» basis for future} yeke Superior: Moderate winds; 











procedi partl toda und Eighth Ai lines in the Ortona |mortars Wi shout: the | Has 
Social security and rehabilitation | sng hoes pacioe thar g any J sector, 10 miles below the port of percrest by Allied sheathed structure wishin = few 
of active-service members will come|" Manitoba: Generally fair todaylof slowing up. The navy has better |Fescar® guns. - daughter of a British 















© within the scope of the new depatt-|anq. sunday; not much change in! than $4,000,000, the army $19,775,200 aartenn ad hort sila pode! 


temperature. ce eee bombers. In addition to engulfing Mrs. Oliva Dionne, 
Prime Ministers Set End of Week —_|it-,"sis, s).eree¢,'2 smsee|Mother of Quints, 
For Windup. of Their Meeting [ia ssscauon o vom cous v To Christen Ship 








a supporter of the Indian Nationah 













reinforcements into restive Denmark 
and 30,000 into Norway.as anti-in- 
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An indication of what could be 


























expected from the blasting of the FIVE OF CREW KILLED 
By FRANK FLAHERTY from tariff and monetary restric ar ee Cane ing | 
(Canadian Press Staff Writer) jtiona The Canadian government Scottsbluff, Neb.. May 6 (AP) — Comi Events : 
the Five of the crew, including the pi- | 


and |retreat along the whart. ‘| SPECIAL SERVICE IN RECOGNI- 



















































RUMMAGE SALE,” CHRIST 
Church Parish Hall, May 6, 7 p.m. 
Auspices Humane Society. M6 


BRIDGE AND EUCHRE ON MON- 
day, May 8, 8 o'clock, in 1.0.0.P. 
Hall Auspices Minerva Chapter, 
OES, Admission 25c, Door 
prize. M6 


BAND CONCERT, CAPITOL THE- 
atre, Sunday, 8.15 pm.  Auspices 
























































in —_—_— 
4 then for the water to subside. bom! SIR SAMUEL HOARE IN LONDON| {on of The Farnng Comenday 
Canadian the McCook, Neb. air base, London, May 6 (CP) — Sir Sam- Night. Guest speaker, Don Bax- 
eee Noe ga beerapon deste ad erat price ote miles northeast of Morrill, Neb.|uel Hoare, British ambassador to/ tr outstanding ieader of youth. 
Porter’s 1 ‘and: busin in. |tentatively set the end of next week] Pinancial ts of : Three crewmen were hospitalized|Spain, and Lady Hoare ved in Subject, “The Church on ‘The 
‘a legal ess tra: exper Britain, the here. London today. ; ‘Ocisoeaiton" M6 
together with the intimate|for the windup of thelr meeting. | United States and Canada‘ have Fourth 
Today no conferences were ached-| made consiarate progress toward I P M : 
agreement on # currency stabiliza- G R S R 
tenant op coma susite- lS Proposed erman Reports day Nussians 
of minister of the new department. pe aay the cabinet level for B M oe D it e R e 
~ Dr. Langford, the statement said, ? pete M f A ck Pp | d 
hag bad aa ‘experience in many [4,204 fobn Curin of Aula” Depts te eonerncs of te ex-| 9 unitions Dep assing for Attack m Tolan 
fi of activities which will be progress has in made —- 
and Prime Minister Jan Christisan|in ao ected tariff reductlo: Ottawa, May 6 (CP) — Plans for EPRI ey . 
dealt with by the department. Hel/emuts of South Africa and Peter td ny Empire. preference re the creation ot a penicillin pool are London, May 6—(CP)—German| since mild-April . were significant 
was formerly chief geologist of the ——__—. ic rail in 
Melntyre Porcupine Mines and has|-7=*%,0f New Zealand keep other|one of the obstacles to participation} under consideration by the Munl-| ou on Iceland reports relayed through Stockholm |becausa of strates: ways 
engagements. of the United States and probably| tions Department, it was learned to-| Vall on ice ers sald today that the Russians had|that part of former Poland. A 
Economy policy in world aspects | other countries. day. : To Vote for Republic massed men and equipment Soviet ‘communique said 300 Ger- 
will be the next item on the agenda] ‘It is estimated that’ Britain must Z enormous” scale in. old Poland’ for|mans were slain in a 2-hour battle 
when the prime ministers, re-con- | increase her exports 50 per cent over Reykjavik, Iceland, May 6—(AP) |a new drive on the path to Berlin. of Kinsmen Club charities. Tren- 
yene. This phase of the meetings |the pre-war figure in order to be In a jolnt declaration, the cabinet} The reports sald the Red Army ton R.C.A.F. Band and guest ar- 
will include a review of the nrso-| able to buy essential food and other and all four of Iceland's polltical|was concentrated in great strength tists. Children must be accom~ 
gress made in studies by variavs| products from abroad bechuse the|months and limited quantities|partics called on citizens yesterday |in the vicinity of Kowel, 170 miles|five more German and Romanian) panied by meals, erates collec- 
government experts on currency |loss of overseas {investments and|would then be available for civilian|to vote for the establishment of a|southeast of Warsaw, and also was/escape ships off Sevastopol in sup-) ton—ten seeiie neercerernd Hey 
government ownership of control|stabilization, tariff reduction andthe consequent fall of her invisible|use.  - republic in the popular referendum |gathering near Kolomya, 30 miles|port of the Red Army's siege of the 
of housing projects will not be part long-term international investment | income, ‘The proposal to operate a penic-|to be held May 20-23, Iceland and |southeast of Stanislawow near the|big Crimean port. Of the siege it- 3 
of his department’s program. But jpolicy. : Consequently, Prime  Minister|{llin pool is intended to assure equit-|Denmark were Inked under the self, a correspondent with the Red] DON'T PORGET. RINGER as 
sponsored housing, financed with} Speaking for Canada on these|Ch and Prime Minister King|able distribution among Canadianjrule of King Christlan:X by a agenty military Army said the Russians were} go tonight, Consertae Te ia uf 
government backing through loan|questions, Prime Minister King witl| may be inuch of the same mind on|hospitals.. Penicillin ts belng pro-|Treaty of Union signed in 1918. {commentator sald, meanwhile, that|“burning and squeezing the enemy} Rooms, 222% Front fi pate 
policies, would be one of its major|have definite views favorable to the |economic questions when the con-|duced in Canada at Montreal and} This treaty expired on Dec. 31,|the sectional struggles which havel|out of nearly impregnable stone Milk tor Britain, and a thiore 
concerns. greatest possible Ireedom of trade ‘ferences resume Monday. Toronto. 1943. me been going on near Stanislawow nests, 














































‘BOARD. MINSTER 


‘pr. -G. B. Langford, Pro- 
* fessor of Mining; Will be 


The Senior official in the new min- 
istry under Mr, Porter will be Dr. 
G. B, Langford, professor of mining 
geology, at University of Toronto, 
as of the d 


Monday morning shortly 
presides at the Provincial-Municipal 
conference here on planning and 
development, called by the govern- 
ment to establish a basis for future 
procedure. 


BEERS Se 
patter 


He 


Social security and rehabilitation | sna 
* of active service members will come}  y 


has | engagements. 


- sponsored housing, 
+ government backing through Joan 
policies, 


would be one of its major|have definite views favorable to the 


concerns. 


Prime Ministers Set End of Week 


For Windup. of Their: Meeting 


Bl PESPARA DAM 
IS BREACHED BY 
ALIED BOMBERS 


Flood Waters 


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Eighth Army lines 
sector, 10 miles below the port of 
Pescara. 


The attack was carried out by 


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engulfing| Mrs._ Oliva Dionne, 


expected to sweep 
away bridges vital to Axis military 
prac in that Jong-stalemated acc- 


riod | depth of three feet. It took a week 


then for the water to subside. 


Pencillin Pool — 


im-(1s Proposed oalindt oa 
By Munitions Dept 


Smuts of South Africa and Peter 
Praser of New Zealand keep other 


Economy policy in world aspects | other countries. 
will be the next item on the agenda 


will include a review of the nro- 
gress made in studies by variaus 
government experts on currency 
Stabilization, tariff reduction and 
long-term international investment 
policy, R Consequently, 

Speaking for Canada on these 
questions, Prime Minister King will 


Prime 


greatest possible freedom of trade ‘ferences resume Monday. 
‘ ‘ 





partic; 
of the United States and probably 
It is estimated that Britain must 


loss -of overseas investments and 
the consequent fall of her invisible / use. 


Churchill and Prime Minister King 
may be much of the same mind on 
economic questions when the con- 


Ottawa, May.6 (CP) — Plans for 


eons Department, it was learned to- 
y. 
eeprearers Minister. Howe said in 


Umited 
would then be available for civilian 


The proposal to operate a penic- 
{llin pool is intended to assure equit- 
able distribution among Canadian 
hospitals. Penicillin is being pro- 
duced in Canada at Montreal and 
‘Toronto. 


Mother of Quints, 
To Christen Ship 





oem es 
nvasion 


Capt.H.H.Balfour 


Says Main Battle 


Se 


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Scottsbluff, Neb. May 6 (AP) 
Five of the crew, including the pi- 
lot and co-pilot, were Xilled and 
three men injured yesterday in the 
crash of a Liberator bomber from 
the McCook, Neb, air base, 
miles northeast of ~Morrill, Neb. 
here. 


'German Reports Say Russians 


ler, at White Bear Lake, 
Butler is president of the ship- 
building firm. 


Call on Icelanders 
To Vote for Republic 
Reykjavik, Iceland, May 6—(AP) 
In a jolnt declaration, the cabinet 
and all four of Iceland's political 
parties called on citizens 
to vote for the establishment of a 
republic in the popular referendum 
to be held May 20-23, Iceland and 
Denmark were linked under the 
rule of King Christian X bya 
Treaty of Union signed in 1018, 
treaty on Dee, 31, 


Massing for Attack in Poland 


self, a 


tary|Army said the Russians. were 
“burning and squeezing the) enemy 
out of nearly impregnable -stone 


nests.” 





Path 


Coming Events 


"| SPECIAL SERVICE IN RECOGNI- 


tion of The Farming Community, 


. Bridge Street Church, Sun 


Night. Guest speaker, Don Bax- 
tstanding leader of youth. 
on 


Auspices Humane Society. 


BRIDGE AND EUCHRE ON MON- 
day, May 8, 8 o'clock, In 1.0.0.P. 
Hall. Auspices Minerva Chapter, 
OES. 35c. | Door 
prize. M6 


BAND CONCERT, CAPITOL THE- 
atre, Sunday, 8.15 pm. Auspices 
Club charities. Tren- 


tists 
panied by adults. Silver collec- 
tlon—ten cents minimum. ase 


DONT FORGET KINSMEN BIN- 
go tonight, Conservative) Club 
Rooms, 222% Front St. In aid uf 
Milk tor Britain, and Pag. Fund. 

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HE FRIENDLY CHURCH’ 
: REV.'DE. A. J. WM. MXEES 
1000 a.m.—CHURCH SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN.” 


11,00 a.m—SERVICE OF WORSHIP. 


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|. 1.9 am—NURSERXY SCHOOL and JUNIOR CONGREGATION. 
(Corser Danbar and 


“The Highest Form of Patriotism is Righteousness” 


7.00 pam.—SEARCHING FOR GOD.” 


“A Dekel Memorial Service will be held on Sunday Morning ia = || 


‘ener. of the iste Mrs.-J. BR, Seiith.* 


“TABERNACLE UNITED CHURCH’ 
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"7.00 p.m-—EVENING WORSHIP. 
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7.00 p.m.—REV. F. 8. ALLN 
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23¢ pm—SUNDAY SCHOOL. 


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Winchester, 
‘Activities of Conferences. || 


4.00 pm-—Prayer Service. Sunday School, 220 pun | 


8. A. Spearman, minister. |} 
2.90 pm—Mother’s Service under the auspices of W.XP.8, 


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"WESLEYAN: METHOD 
meet at 45 Holloway Street, | 


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and a Eeport of the 
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THURSDAY, Studies in the Bovk of 


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report the Missionary 


EXPEDIENCY OF CHRIST'S 


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8GT. SHAW (ECAF) of Portage La Prairie, 
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speaker with ether 
NUAL CONFERENCE of the 
CHURCH tn CANADA wi 
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Wednesday, 


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‘Friday, 


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~ April 25th. © 30th, 
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boys, hha att to ie: bat om George, 
‘ ax: ee anced aioe fn OA bows owned aes the 
Re the opera house last evening livery and attached,to the postal ite kind in the “British Empire, " future 
a great success and a large | delivery wagon, ran away on 
ie sey audience was present, Front Street. this morming. A 
Savings <- - Beott made a very capable inter- | man who attempted to stop it 
' <> that this work might The end men were | Was thrown violently to the 
war migh! won George Dulmage, Eddie ground, dut was not in- 
{ ra t be. w at an earlier date. Leon Walmsley, Howard Clarke, | Jured. The horse was caught be- 
(Today!.in ; the spring “of 1944, we are Ab, Wheeler, Charlie Dolan, fore going fer. 
{ being asked to,loan our money. It is not Bell and Morley Day. They> fur- 40 YEARS 


1 
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PSR es 


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In. these decisive. months all-Canada’s : 
effort ‘is concentrated ‘on © one ‘great objec-| 1.6 
-* tive... the attack that 1s ‘to destroy, the 


| te:be:thought of that Canada will no Ppl Auigeatels 
reach the.‘.objective, - for her people will The final report of the Archbishop's 


chin} 
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sary. But there must be the co-operation and those of ordinary men. An early 






" Sapporing Vitor Lamm 


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“Nazimenace and= all’: that it represents, 
"Years of: work have gone ‘into its prepara- 
tion: The best of-our young men are stak- 
ig thelr lives on its success. We in Canada 
must support 


‘to send 
‘forces abroad and 
the end of the conflict. Senet Y 

Jo-do this. Canada’ is . asking that the 
citizens of the country, from coast to 
coast, in mansion and in the land’s Sea et 





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achieve it since the war is the most im-|> mission on Training for the Ministry 


| ant. And now it ¥4-of the utmost: import-| PTE VS.,. trom their training afe more in 


ance. Nothing must be permitted to stand al 4 stat neat 
in the way of the outcome, the only out- Ow eiar Suh raoneen scientific 
come that can be considered. and secular thought, and able to bridge 
f : the gulf that exists today between the pre- 
of the -eccleslastical world 





















to the problem of "re- 


objective. It will never be “‘too late” from 
now. on 4s the successes. of the Allies are 
leading up té—victory, but, it can be ex: 
tremely, ,. difficult : if "there: is not entire 
support of the duty of. investing in. the 


their university career. 
It is said that some 3,000 young men 
now serving in the forces propose to offer 






“nas confidence in the © devotion. of the 






































































































La 
| | Ganadiiani people in every phase of the war themselves for ordination after the war. | entertaining evening Commies of which Mr..W. ¥. 
[| émort-. .. and the success of the Victory 30 YEARS AGO Sar. Bt Ourty, BLP, deserve credit se on 
* ‘Loans as they are launched is a most vital Ca P . for the persistency with which English Pilgrim 
i: ae acta ve Art Discovered May 6th, 1914 oe ee ee port 
|. part.of this program of ime. - | Ancient cave ‘paintings in the Lady-| (tp satmensiions to applied | mall and it's doubtless, through Mea ti | ceamk wan ation, South ‘Town, Ti 
fi goat othe ‘Selv - |brand district of South Africa have been routo Universi fy Bellet 78 Grand Trouk Rellwey wee Sn- “aur. |poreted ty ‘Act of Parliament in 
L te ae : eer reas apehacolog raged sora te f houses, with coun' oe al ee | ah the names in thls region are 
o. : -\Needs in wartime have lessons to teach | Piet Lowe, of the Se iciat of Witwater- tnd of Nothing can be too good for thatjas English as we tsed to think 
. “i tie people and one of- these is the] Oa oo' of th rhod below ing to sorely tried and unshaken people.| rosst beef was, or. a weal and ‘am 
s. ae Waste Some of the paintings are Slums should" be cleaned out; but|ple. How queer and 
Ha Hs and value of welraee: P8PeT | the cave floor, and the collaboration of hic there were old erocked: stzeeta and they sound: Ninney, 
_-4s-a.case in point.. Walter Battis, who holds a government re- with honors poe [ore Pore i prestrain fC ei 
E There are many strictly war uses which| Wit Cnt “was invited by the two| ' me mme subject third year | Anderson waa appointed County |by ret. Plymouth wae never a thow 

it is well that that everyone should know.: PER logists. He lett Pre for the x Ssotictpers passed with honors. | Crown Attorney to fill the by town, but it was soaked with his- 

Waste paper can be used. by being], 04 Fe rapihit cal hgh napa caused by the death of tory worth remembering. 
ybrand district, where he will copy Plymouth and Dartmout&f love- | Ptymouth 


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. replacing metal and wood. 


: hydrated foods, in saving the cargo space 
-. when dehydrated and compressed and 


'( filling plants, T.N.T. tubes and shell 
COM ts. 


‘bombs, ‘require paperboard containers, 












thrown ‘overboard, in lan operations, 
floating ashore and sinking to the bottom 
- to be recovered at low tide. 

It can provide protection for medical 
kits, blood plasma, emergency rations, gas 
masks and for hundreds of naval, army 
and alr force uses. 

Paper parachutes, strong enough to 
convey to earth. precious food and supplies 
for isolated: men and units are now in use 
on many fronts. 

Containers are made from treated paper 


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in memory. 





the paintings and collaborate generally in 
the work. Because of the great value and 
interest in these paintings copies are to 
be sent to other countries, , ; 































YOU'D BE SURPRISED! — 
By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 
Protected. 1444, by The George Adamy Service. 







JUST FOLKS 


By EDGAR A. GUEST 
(Copyright, 1944, Edgar A. Guest) 


HERITAGE 











Little fellow, you begin 3 

Where old sages never reached. 
Books have gathered wisdom in 

They had never taught or preached. 
You have toys, now simple seeming, 
Past the ancients’ wildest. dreaming! 





Treated paper electrical conduits are 














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Paper containers are used for shells, 
grenades, fuses and ‘other purposes. 
It is used in making containers for de- 








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Little fellow, you have light 
Brighter far than men of old; . , } Mica Te ‘ 
Where they walked in darkest light, ; Biccust : : 
Wisdom’s splendors you behold. ? ‘ ; 
You have trinkets of precision 
. Once beyond all ancient vision. 


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‘of ships. Beef, potatoes, eggs and milk 


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cked in paper cartons save about 85 per 


forthe transportation of powder in shell-| Little fellow, as you go 
To your class room, day by day, 
You and your companions know, 
_> At your’ studies and your play, 
More than all the long-dead sages 
Now adorning history’s pages. ~ 


Ack-ack shells, airplane propellers, 















. Little fellow, this is true: 
What was mystery of old 
Now is open wide to you, 
"With its secret fully told. 
You have power for achieving 
Wise.men once thought past believing! 


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15,982 of whom settled 
Columbia, 

“[ say that you cannot have re- 
sponsible ministers simply rising in 
their places and, right off the bat, 
declaring what are golng to be post- 
war policies with respect to the 
Japanese, in view of the situation 
in which we find ourselves,” said 
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Question of Great Importance. 

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be of any greater importance, as 
affecting Canada’s external affairs, 
then the question of the Japanese. 

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question must be made after the 
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ment carefully welghed,” said Col. 
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the war. 
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hands.” 

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By DeWITT. MACKENZIE 
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£ 
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India, on the grounds of his serious 
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calculated to deprive him 
would come 


people rests in his spiritual leader- 
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nance of the all-India Congress. 
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ship hie, secnite his efforts to dis- 


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through the ages. It would take 
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Follows Night Raids OUTLOOK FAVORABLE 
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RAF. Halifaxes and Liberators, 
carrying’ into its fourth straight 
day the terrific air offensive almed 

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By AUSTIN BEALMEAR 
Associated Press Staff Writer 
. London, May 8 — (P) — Nearly 
2,000 of U. 8. bombers and fighters 
blasted. the Berlin and Brunswick 
areas today, with a great Meet of 
heavy bombers pouncing for the 





Allied forces,” the 
continued. Palel lies atout 19 miles ery areas had been blasted 
southeast of Imphal. In the Buthe- tn « quick followup to an Am- 
daung sector of the Arakan front daylight rald of five Romani- 
at least 350 of the enemy were kill- 
ed in recent fighting, sald the com- 
munfque. 
Heavy Fighting 
In the Kohima ares “heavy fight- 
ing” continues but there was no 
material change in the situation, 
headquarters said, while south of 
Imphal Allied troops made an at- 
tack which captured an enemy po-jterday cost the Germans 20 fight- 
aition with three guns. era, of which the bomber gunners 
Minor clashes involving hand-to-| bagged 11 and Lightning and Mus- 
hand fighting in which the enemy] tang fighter pilots nine. Nine Nazi 
suffered “severely”, “have occurred] aircraft were destroyed in other 
west of Bishenpur on the Jungle | operations, bringing the day's beg 
track which leads to Silchar, ter-| to 29. while the Allies lost two heary 
ae bombers and 12 other planes “in 
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RUSSIANS ATTAGKFERGE- FIGHTING 
CFVASTOPOL BY ON MONAN FRONT |sssacre 
SFA AND AIR GENTRAL CHA Fess 


those consecullve Mediterranean 
Besieged Crimean Port is|Japanese Moving on Loyang | Sell on 
Given Terrific Pounding 


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battered capital that the Germans 
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to that pounding Berlin by daylight 
Bunday — followed night assaults 
by the RAP. and RCAF. from 
west and south upon France, Géer- 
many, and the Romanian capital of 
Bucharest. 

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upper zooming away after strafing lower photo, escort vessels teraliy, disappear 
p-axméd trawitr off the Daten cobs, ‘The' explosion] view-in the bursting: cannon fire of the Beaufighters. 


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RAF. and® U.S. Bombers By FRANK FLAHERTY The-importance of these mztters 
Disrupted! Flow of| (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) © |may leave’ Jess time than expected 
isd War aE cial London, May 8 (CP Cable)—The|for such strictly. inter-Imperlal | bombers and fighters lashed at Se- 
sre a cane eae sting paler eg el nl of the betray as’ immigration and con- Nocatee intense genta as- tions with which Hitler hoped to 
4 i mmonw: ‘wo! economic | sultation ‘machinery. saults, Moscow announced ay, more pronounced bat the Allies western invasion 
~BOMB TONNAGE problems and certain inter-Imperial] Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Axts broadcasts asserted that bates todays and stem the Pusaian arive into the 
3 —— : questions was down for discussion of Catada was welieved ready to “extraordinarily powerful” Red ese fled dispatches declared | paipane, 

(Naples: May! 8—(AP)—Lt-Gen.!as Commonwealth™ prime ministers | press for the fullest ‘possibie parti- | Army forces were assaulting the be- that Tapanese troops have advanced} ‘The main blow of yesterday's 
C. Faker, Allied’ alr command-|began their second week of mest-{cipation by the Commonwealth in | sleged Crimean port in ah effort tojanother three and one-half mites! great daylight raids, perhaps the 

fn- the Mediterranean, annotne | ings today. ‘\projected arrangements for, facili- | overwhelm the German-Romanian toward heaviest assaul 
“today that Romanian oil°pro-|"Such questions as tariffs, ‘cur-|tating trade by tariff reduction and | garrison. eee een at tor cation ain 1 pak Fria) ree 

‘had’ been cut ‘to one-fourth rency. stabilization, economic re- |currency stabilization. ‘The Russians were silent about | Souths Of the ancient cig, 










For Thrust Into Heart of|.4 the tremendous pre-invasion alr 
_ China ‘ * [offensive Into its 24th consecutive 
24~ 
SITUATION NOT GOOD |{icisrotehiy. 6.000 Allied, planes, 
Chungking, May 8 CAP)—a4te- | SRNR ITO? meting like 10 
givinge over the military situation | 000 tons of explosives on installa- 
fn northwestern Honan Province 









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| wos « terrific American raid on 
y teway Ict a possible tarust into Berlin. : 

constitution of ‘war-ravaged coun-| Meanwhile during the long weck-| land operations at Sevas hey Airfields purchases 
in altries and a long-term investment end adjournment the: first dis- oe ie topol, but ithe very heart of China. pga a eh ah aor of’ approximately $1,081,000, C. F. 


Moscow customarily refrains from| Pierce fighting was reported in all 
policy for development of backward |closnure of the, conference w2f|preliminary announcements sectora Sen Ay Sun nigh Rennes air Sise, President, announced. 
countries also have an inter-Im-|strategy discussions came from beret of; tha S Honan: dront and fed ne "ot Manes and other t 3 


the Red Army launches majofjwas generally admitted here that 
Prime/-Minlater i: cha Curtin. © rehatiernge secpbeng evap hor the situation is growing serious acd |targeta in Nantcs, Tours, Salbris, since “This means that our employees 
SSae oni eng pron enhactte gine ing that the Russians had cracked |that the Chinese can no loncer fol- | miles south of Orleans, and have: invested more than $5,000,000 
atest the waipire pose matt rg 4 lines, spoke of a “fluotuating/low their usual strategy of trading jmilitary installations on the Nor- Ps 
agreement woul upire | Hitler first’ strategy was accepted | battle” around the fortress. *!space for time without facing pos- mandy coast as well as the great chases of War Savings Certificates Ds 
preferential” tariff structure © and by oydger chs ae es pene A Soviet communique said that|sible dire. consequences Nazi chemical centre, Leverkusen, : 
faints agreed ces. Russian warplanes, swooping 3 panese north Cologne pli ¢ 
ments between the nations of the lsity for a certain minimum eff vastopol from’ dawn to dusk, ferthas: ‘aomehania to Pate Pad robe lag lost ‘0 he RAP, aint oper- 
Commonwealth, against Japan. - led heavy losses on German and Ro-|tion already to deficiencies of Chinese | *tons. . 
——— premayer seh blew up a cceicanent and epee were evident | An hangar SU reeA TT enw 
. ‘ ! » Wrecked artille: some quartels Canadia 
FOREST FIRES CONTROLLED |REV. ORLEMANKI terles and damaged several ships. might.be massing for an cout attacked _mulltary targets on the 
Boston, May 8—(AP)—All but one|ON WAY HOME * The Axis garrison, estimated atlattempt to’knock China out of the |coast of Normandy and jald mines 
of a score of forest fires which rag-| Moscow, May 8—(AP)—Rev. Stan- | 25,000 men, has been holding out in|¥@r. - in enemy waters. Sunday evening 
cd in Massachusetts ‘and “South- | islaus Orlemankt of Springfield. | Sevastopol since mid-April under} ‘The Japanese were reported mak-|R.CAP. fighter-bombers — agsin 
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over the weekend were reported {after a 12-day visit to Russia during | manding the heights overlooking the portant north-south Pieping-Han- ; 
vnder control today after destroy-|which he had two. audiences with) city. The Soviet Black Sea fleet and kow: railway and field clspatches| = : 
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timber. *|ism in the United States. scores of escape vessels trying to|the strength of ne held by the; ermans, . ot ussians amor. 
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By JACK BRAYLEY : Houle “said he remembered the | summer offensive.” ‘ithe Chinese were believed in control 
3 4 : ‘ 8300 for 128 per 
Ottawa, May 8 (CP)—Sqdn., Las. |thrill his comrades got when they |: Comparatively few Russian troops of brs Se ee et inate of 401 in the European war zone in recent | 82 ST ithe — disas- cent. ; : 


front. y Bert Houle, one of Canada’s 19}heard that a convoy had finally 
ce ee dite  caportant Pleat! |redion sie’ acesr today headed: £or-|not through ‘with thelr first Spite | acy “recites Soman si ccon nuee 
i trated |his home at: Massey, Ont, after. a jfires, i, : 
marshalling|prief pause here, where he told|’ “But we felt pretty let’ down, 
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Chengsien is about 65 miles east | months is the fact it no longer IS) nes wilt: call off the siege and 

of Loyang and is the base from! the Russians who are clamoring for | home. we © 

which she epee have. shee a second front — it's the Nazis, | | Editorials and utterances of some 

freen te amount and quality” of |were on another ship that had Desa with a circular front of only about the “Tunghal railway, toward: *BAt | gusteated, rousing sits 1 beet ig over the “cowardice” of the Az 
Pp vailable, += |sunk,” ere were al- city. Chinese dispatches said most +m . “afraid 

equipment nih African capaign ways’ disappointments like that in| 7h¢ Soviet communique told of lor Loyang’s garrison had been | ont to ihe Ales peneisara tle emt anoles Map eho 

and that’ available now.” the'old days, but strangely enough | Oly: minor. land activity: Sunday. evacuated. ' contribution: ard 8 der G : 

Houle, commanding officer of the nobody. got panicky or. desperate | German attempts to take a height sree aes tory. Sit teat (hott tetert frankly ad- 
crack City of .Windsor squadron, |and we always felt we .were going wist of Ias! were repulsed, it sald,| SALUTE AT ROLL OF DRUMS | Sharply conbraaties is an article a it that = pubes population of 
was among 200 repatriated airmsn|io win.” : ~. | 8nd_200 Germans -were slain south : te minister Goeb- Rectan heen bes ate — 
who arrived here yesterday {rom| ‘Houle said he thought Alr Mar-|0f  Tiraspol, on the west bank of Kitchener, May 8 — (CP)—Sev-|bels in Das Reich, belaboring the t. production is con-| RINGO ‘TONIGHT, 830, SACO 
overseas. Another ace in the party |shal sir Arthur ‘Tedder, now Deputy | the lower Dnestr. river. eral. members of the Canadian) Allies for failure to invade western tinuing only: under great: difficul-/~ Cib" Rooms, Front Street. 25 
was Fit. Lt. George (Buzz), Beturling |Chief of ,the Allled invasion com- —_—_—_—_—_——_ Women's Army Corps here snapped | Europe and blurting put that “am-| tles. : : 
who left the train at Montreal....|mand,\ could “organize anything.” | 183,618 PRISONERS IN U.S. to attention and seluted smartly|ong the German people there's &} What Goebbels really has in the 

Houle, aided by.FO. Rick (Gnake)| Tedder was Moule’s commander | Washingon, May 8—(CF)—The when they heard the roll of drpms|greater anxiety that the invasion) back of his mind when he men- 
Rattle, Toronto, spoke of the day|during the desert campaign ‘and | United States now holds 183,618 behind them as they headed along| might not come than that it will/tons ths anxiety ‘of the German 
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planes, many of” them; obsolete, and planes and whacked hell out of yesterday. They said that as an|notice, however,~ that the parade) The Germans are like the inhabl-| “Give us peace .or give us a sec- 

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Orr fighting forces face 2 harder and 
more dangerous task than ever. Yet they 
are willing to make any sacrifice. / 
We at home must show the same 
unselfish spirit.. We must buy Victory 
Bonds till it hurts. Ir’s the very least we |, 
can do—and no one who is able to buy 
them should escape this duty!’ So let's 
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| GEORGE A. DREW re afc a 

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44 men’s 
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a NATIONAL WAR FINANCE © |chers a ; e the last’ 53 days, not inchya 
Pes COMMITTEE ing coff ad- Into East India Monday. Allied’ airmen haves 2 

re : age, while stag- wae at Dropped more than 100,000 tons 

i plate fare vehi-| advanced of Dombe nan 

Be: 3 string os Prom mi 65,000 

is C B L and padres pak? pr are om tape ‘fomp| Destroying more then 00 Ger~ 

ie visited. loads deeper into the Netherlands| man planes 

, East Indies again, headquarters} Losing 751 of their own. 





Since Sunday night Allied air- 


end an Ontario Network men have raided Berlin and 
Brunswick. 


today. - 
For the first time since invasion 


LAND AT BOUGAINVILLE BAY 
New York, May 8 — (AP)—Allied 












































e * THROUGH THE KIND PERMISSION OF GROUP CAPTAIN A. D. BELL-IRVING, 

ih | eats cas the Commanding Officer of Trenton Air Station 

|| MUSIC LOVERS OF HASTINGS COUNTY AND VICINITY a 

7 will be privileged to pa a special afternoon performance of the op pk tess ideas bic 

E UNITED STATES ARMY AIR FORCE BAND, OF WASHINGTON, D.C. xy neraasi a bat arg < 

"a uy oe »., and 13th. oye : i 
a Tuesday Next, May Qth “"ia’be wil ee roe. | ft was necessary fo put him under protective custody 
4 : 3 FOR WALLS! CEILINGS! To the Nazis he is dead. Buc to all the ftee world he lives‘on as a sym- 


1 Ar | Al : | ‘ ; bol and an omen. For by shooting this helpless hostage they‘ have 
BAN D CO N CER i] made each of his bleeding wounds a tongue eloquent for vengeance. 
Multiply this by the millions of civilians killed by the Axis 


5 and you have some picture of thc stageering crime of Which 
Sere cere nas ares teense sbeliaa these fiends are guilty. 


SS <5 
tes The world is too small for both them and us- We must 
ARTHUR TOWNSEND ; : puc down and punish these powers of darkness—and 


TRENTON R.C.A-F. : 
(Formerly of Belleville) cradicate the guilty ones utterly from the earth. 


SOUTH STATION Thousands of our boys are fighting—sacrificing every- 


This greot Military Bond is considered to be one of the best in the United States of thing to save us from this evil. ; Is % oe Hee 
America and is composed of members of some of America’s finest orchestras, including for us who are safe at home to invest os little as 


PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | SUNNY DUNHAMS ORCHESTRA of évery pay check in Victory Bonds? 
GLENN MILLER’S ORCHESTBA » ~ ‘CHARLIE BPIVAK'S ORCHESTRA 
JIMMY. DORSEY'’S ORCHESTRA SONY PASTOR'S ORCHESTRA 
“DICK STABILE'’S ORCHESTRA © ; $f 


i}-The program will range from Symphonic Music to Swing. Tere will be no admission 
i eharge to the public for this rare musical treat. 


EVERYBODY IS WELCOME. 
HASTINGS COUNTY VICTORY LOAN COMMITTEE. LIMITED ° 
aelaes : “ay evant Phelps both of this mn mS, Phone 1S 


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Hastings Honour 


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El Te Years of Good Mus 


heard as he 
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‘ef the outstanding musi- 
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cal personages whe have entertained members of 
Associatiog since Its inception in 1934: 


Look at this lst of names.of a few 


ENYA GONZALEZ; 


DON; PATRICIA TRAVERS, 


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Violinist; MISCHA LEVITSKY; THOMAS L. THOMAS; 


Hin ‘Lenden Singers; KAYLA MITZL! MALCOLM and 
ANNIA* DORFMAN 


ADOLF WANTROFY, FRANCES JAMES, JOHN GOSS and 
~ GODDEN; BEGINALD STEWART; ZIMBALIST the great 


NORMAN COR- 
The recollection of these conceris brings happy memories to 


"these who heard them all, and regrets te many whe wish they 


had joined the Concert Association sconer. 


KURT 


Join this week, you will hear our ten-year top attraction, 


Lerge Bottle 


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BAUM sing this menth, free as a bonus on your new member- 


ship for next seasen. 


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NOT “CANVASSED, 
COMMERCE — 621. 


Phone 105 


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feast PART of your future earnings, 


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ending Federal possess- 
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properties, the seizure of 
which | climaxed 


Labor dispute. 


‘3 return to his office from 

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last night, 


fon of the 


and mild; 


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fair and a little milder 


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ntal issue in the dispute over 
Weather Forecast 
cloudy tonight and Thursday with 
hat cooler on Thursday. 


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told only when the war is over and the full|religion, a sickle, a section of a bronze 
account can be given. horn, and gang-chains of captives, the 
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the fostering of shipbuilding, a new/|trucks out of the mud. It is believed that Sethe pore . 
} —venture for them. Canada and Australia|the- Celts were overwhelmed here by the| of pecan akacrciges diol Be mee hwo nly Se nd Amesoa “to make the world 
now build destroyers in. their home ship-|legions of Rome in AD. 61. ed the degree. of B.A. at Queen's | BiC# Jot of bananag, this after- ke foe ie pec 
yards and in practically all the Dominions University and the degree of. | In the death of John G. Frost as it existed 
and in India naval requirements’ for MA. from the University of To | which ‘occurred this morning peer 
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deeds for which it .was created—to con- symp- Dow oper- 
duct mass‘roundups, to extend the reign aM the 
of Hitler terror in continental Europe. oe 


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mass of explosives’ which has been 
assembled in the British Isles for the job 
of blasting a way-to prepare for the inva- 


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seven freight trains carried a vast power of 
destruction. to the enemy installations in 
one day. And that is only a start. It merely 
gives a small hint of the great quantity of 
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» ‘Hitler most needs all the villainy and JUST FO months in that time owing to ill. who wish to 
i crime in the world to try to save him and By EDGAR A. GUEST eine 
t the despicable and desperate system of (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A. Guest) 

tyranny of which he is the head. 






u ting tion cone! 
* “ _ But in the underground this forcé of CORNER CONVERSATION Washington, May 10. (CP)— A ed here Monday night, and Donald 
union of radio. technicians who Manson of: Ottaws, chief executive 
tats ho statement was ‘being iasued. 
Angeles in a trunk. . , at in pa-| HONOR U-BOAT KILLER 
Villegos, employed in an aircraft 


in 
ts with valvular disease of the 
Plant in Chicago, was visiting his heart the chance of starting up an- 
mother here. 


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heart is greatly decreased by giv- 
ing the sulfathiazole before the 
teeth are extracted or other mouth 
operation— gums, tonsils—is per- 
ormed, ‘ 

This should be good news for pa- 
tients with heart disease who have 


th 
meee eo last | Daturalty been afraid of extraction 


commi the umbered » "298,414, 
does the fighting on the] Secret Service”, id , 7000 fewer than in 1942. om Wants to' Go Overseas. 


groupe, been | population make their living by 
swarded g second ber to his D.S.0,/ farm and pasture, 






















Keeps open all the traffic lines, 
‘And feeds the Army when it’ dines? 
The Navy! 






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throwing of the enemies of mankind. 
Hitler, the aggressor, dare not do with-| . 

out this inhuman organization. He has to Wh 

put his trust in criminals. vs 









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By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 

































































: Protected, 1944, by The George Adams Service. 

B: . For Very Good Reason a 
fi R 2 : The Army! 

3 omanian Oil Who'll lead the March to Tojo's By RISCOTT | New x hanitine elevated “fine A ee hath eats 

ie ‘One of Hitler's satellites, Romania, is door? t “Deseret” is the Mormon name, Instead, on September’ 9, 1850, 
|. losing an important (part nf its value to The Army! i for Utab. fe teed iedronse Ark sebchicent Ad 
>; Germany as the bonds ghtening|When ships have fired their final Anny Mew 

* | Upon that country and the Uni ations - blast, - Nov. 11 1918, with the American 

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! legions of air and land threaten the whole|And planes. their last few expeditionary force and sent by | pose. 
; | of Hitler's ill-gotten gains. Russian armies 8 oer telegraph m message from Allied 
! 

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Commander Ferdinand Foch to Gen. 


cause the was the chief i 
habitat of the branch of Shosho- i 
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cast, 
are in Romania. The  Ploesti oilflelds of What force will win the 


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John J, Pershing, A. E. F. com- Edward Everett was then secre- ie 
; | Romania which have meant so“much to last? mander, eecoenene Cenmenys tary of state and ted ere aor 1) 
‘ , machine surrender. woul ¢ to repea for naming 
2 Hitler’s: wat have suffered heavy The Army! : that’ performance. rather than Deseret. ; 
oe ras . ‘ wont Gay) SL RT Although “Deseret,” “the land of 
3 gets there first on sea and] 3% X Ba oy SAYS 1,000 JEWS TO BE boneybees,” fell somewhat into dis- 
land? ; Z :, § . ANE MADE 0 CONDEMNED TO DEATH FOR use, it continues to be used by the 
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as you'll realize. 


TION as such an offer is 


BELLE VILLE 254 FRONT ST. 


PHONE 444 


chosen for this 
Adeeb Aches and Pains of 


BLOUSES are TAILORED with SHORT or LONG SLEEVES 


The 


Salon 


1a 


2% FRONT STREET 


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PEPSODENT MAKES TEETH 


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Avery moving 
picture ! 
said Aunt Sarah 


w 


Coupons 
due May 3 


CANNING SUGAR 


‘Yes, since the turn of the century, 
have smacked to that malty- 


lips 


in carly, toasty-brown 


‘And this morning, millions mere 
smacked 30 that same glori- 
GeapoNauts Flakes! 


lige 


ae 


tich, sweet-as-a-nat CrepeNuts 


1 


SILVERPLATED 
HOLLOWARE 


for. 


cess makes ready-to-eat Grape 
Nuts Flakes easy to digest 


Fee 


“a 


TERMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH W.TP. & TB. 


® %, 


verplate” — 
Adoration 


1847 ROGERS BROS. 
ail 


“Canada's finest 
Pirst 


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at work in England 


or fiendsbip 
Have a “Coke”, says the Canadian 


soldier in Trafalgar — 


British echo Righte! From the Thames: 
refreshes—helps Canadians make friends overseas, just 
COMPANY OF ware 


to the Sc. Lawrence, Coca-Cola stands for she paxse that 
* as it does out of your family icebox at home: 


_ Square, and the 


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ni ie a 


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gietl 


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4 
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can 


expect out of a 


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tis- 
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a large volume 


that are’ 
you 
suggestions 


trade mark. 


There you will find a merchant who 


furnist 


with the best product for your purpose 


roducts 
AJ 


worth every penny that you pay!. 


wi 
give you real sa 


faction. And he will be glad to len 
uide, 


filled with “many full-colour 


tp 


) pain 


insi 


serve you well, 
Look for the store that displays the 
famous “cover the earth” 
knows paint and who 
—paints that will 
the beaytiful Style G 


wear, 
ainst 
resist 
Williams 


rwin- 


de, and if outside, to 


First of all you ‘expect colour, 

fast colour. Then you expect a 
paint that is smooth,’ goes on casily. 
Then you expect coverage and hiding 
capacity. Most of all you expect’ 

things. You get what you pay for. 


When you buy a She 
Paint, Varnish or Enamel you get all 


these 
You get products of quality. that. will 


sun, wind and all kinds of weather. 


something that will standup ag 


hard use if 


. 


de and out. 


for decorating 


-WILLIAMS PAINTS 


SHERWIN 


WILLIAMS DEALER 


. 


YOUR LOCAL SHERWIN 


CONSULT: 
Book 


Ss 
222 FRONT STREET 


S 


10 —(CP)— Cana- 


(pel 
i i cs ui . 


4 headquarters annaunced 


a iy 7 
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aserty it gai SOE 
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salts 


i ais 
HTH ii 


f Landing Leave 
Ottawa, May 10 —(OP)— 


pear nee samstant 


Le 


ime’ Not Out 
5 
Seecent| period, of restricted: travel, 
defence 


MAY NOT PROCEED 


AT PRESENT 
Ottawa, May 


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won't yeu stort fo save It, 
thin, when you get a con full, — 


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4 today, * 
see that the Salvoge Depot gets Ht.” 


PERSONAL 
“SEgvics 


international trade, ~ 
TO WIM THE ‘WAR 


development. 


Post-war skyways, following the Great 


LIT’s ALL DO moRE 


COMRPANY 
6 KING STREET, WEST, TORONTO 
"Sve gota oew nome for that con 
“of gregse Ma is collecting. ‘Fighting - 
Fot’, t call it—becouse, you know, 
fot is real omenmition. 


: _TEL..AD. 7341 
Assets Under Administration $730,000:000 


global‘ frails:;° the world shrinks under the 

Circle routes to the north, will ploce Canada 

at the cross-roads of the world, with wide 
ing 


HE ROYAL TRUS 


cre: laid open fo 
ae scope for promoting 
COAPoRATa 
-- SECURITY 


orion missions fo, new horizons. 


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223 plans 


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buying Victory Bonds to 
get them what they need: 


I'm growing food to feed 


the 


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OR 
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DAY 


5 Mateh, 

MOTHER WANTS ‘USEFUL GIFTS 
THIS YEAR — A GIFT THAT 18 
@ COSTUME JEWELLERY 


@ CHINA. @ SILVER * 
@ CUT CRYSTAL 


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EXCLUSIVE FURRIERS: 
WORLD: WIDE 
INSURANCE 
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CALL FOR YOUR COAT. - 
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of a fudament by the 
Wartime 


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‘The ‘invaders pressing 

ancient: Honan Province 
Loyang, bowever,, were said to have 
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April 18. 


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THIS YEAR — A GIFT THAT 15 
LOVELY. TOO, 15 DOUBLY WEL-. 
@ COSTUME JEWELLERY 

@ 3.PC. DRESSER SETS 


@ CHINA. @ SILVER 
@ CUT CRYSTAL 


Etc. 
DURING . SUMMER 
MONTHS. 
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EXCLUSIVE FURRIERS 
STORE | 
YOUR 
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EXCLUSIVE FURRIERS 
17 CAMPBELL &T. 


OUR MESSENGER WILL 
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ano, 148. 1-4, Ottawa, _outpoin! . |neads and ended up 
te .| 0 Schedule “on .May t the birdies sing. 
‘Wilson, 153 1-2, Lesa oth? Neither T Co! ded a Fe Si wha! ie 


oe Iezy di 
York, outpointed. Johnny Green, 


14T 1-2, Buffalo (10). Joey Bagnato, Chance in Pre-Season) ; 
‘Toronto, knocked 


Selections } 

GAMES WASHED OUT 
By JACK HAND ; 

Asmeciated Press Sport Writer 


‘Luke Sewell’s St. Louls Browns 
and the once-futile Phillies can 
stamp themselves as serious pen- 
nant contenders or just spring morn- 
ing glories in the first intersection- 


out Paul 


























; 

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keds 
exReed 


Cleveland. ; 
St. Louls and Cincinnat! were gen- 
erally conceded to be the one-two 


EEeeq 


Btates Army, meet “Krippler” Karl 
Davis, of Texas plus « good prelimi- 
nary. 


.| > New York, May 10 — (AP)—The 
Baseball committee that looked into 
the high school situation learned 
that approximately 96 per cent of 
the high schools “tn the United ras 
States support basketball teams but RecreationAlle 

.| only 32 per cent participate in base-~ provement especially 4 Lys 
. and since ’ the United 2 

elub 


L. Willing 520; R. Lewis 64; B. 
Hardwick 487; C. Hardwick Set— 
._|" Corbys.1 point: W. Pennylegion 
opening | 962; Ww. Knott 02; R. Parquharwn 
+ ©. Downey 427; G. Lywood 413 


Samuels ht Ds 513 Booed 
H H erex 
T Batchelor 675; WpArdhsugh 299 



























J. Sills 519; H. Nokes 653— 


LEAGUE ENDING 
Nomads played 30 ...... points 81 
Saeco played 30 ..... core "OTB 
—$<$$<$<$_—_—— - Goodrich Oil played 30... tan > | 
International unchanged. Just Us played 30 ....05 " 67 

National and American wun-|Corbys played 30 ..... oo 
changed. : Timber Wolves. play 30... :" 23 


YOU 


A C.C.M. BICYCLE is an accurately made 
and durably finished machine, composed of 
~ the most suitable materials throughout. 

Ie will:carry you about in your business, 
to and from school or in private life at no 
expense and with but little effort. 

In the three’ fast moving parts or bearings 
of a C.C.M. Bicycle— Front Hub, Coaster 
Brake, Sprocket Hanger —special steels are 
used and are heat-treated to give extra hard- 
ness and longer life to the bicycle. * 


Hayirg done everything that 45 years of 
experience in making Bicycles has taught 




























Canadian Sport Snapshots 
y “ 
+ By SYD THOMAS 
Canadian Press Staff Write tes, ‘Calgary 

Toronto, May 10 — (CP) — Thejan) Scott opines that “an obstacle 
other day Alf Cottrell wrote a col-jhas:yet to be designed which would 
umn in the Vancouver Sun describ-|stop a hoss-player from getting to 
ing mouse racing, which has be-/the track.” Your true addict is dis- 
come quite a fad with servicemen | couraged only when tearing up an 
stationed in Australia, The ooys get| unsuccessful parimutuel ticket, but 
@ gentleman mouse or filly that has| “never fails to recover miraculous- 
proved its speed, then match it/ly overnight” - 
against all comers generally using — 


SP i Incidentally: 

That and reports o! annual 
frog-jumping derby south of the; Eight of this year's Montreal Roy- 
border prompted Vince (Winnipeg| als had never travelled’ on a pull-|. 
wonder whether until they ce scrartepee Interna- 


-. Airforce — 
Tropical 
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- THREE GREAT BOUTS 





NS. 
DOORS OPEN 815 PM. 


WE BUILD IT ACCURATELY 
WE OF GOOD MATERIALS | 
KEEP IT OILED AND-THE 
TIRES PUMPED HARD 


us, we pass on to you, the rider of aC.CM., 
this beautiful: piece of precise mechanism. 
It is then prudent for you, and will pay 
you in terms of years of trouble-free riding, 
to keep your C.C.M. Bicycle well and regu- 
larly oiled and greased, the tires pumped 
hard at all times. 


If you need a Bicycle as essential transporta- 
tion, go to your nearest C.C_M. dealer and 
complete a Bicycle Purchase Application ; 
Form. Although Bicycles are rationed, still 
larger quantities of materials are being 
made available to provide for essential users. 


FOR EASY RUNN 





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WATSON NE MORGAN 
SERGT. HEALY v8. KARL DAVIS 
DUNLOP 


_ PEACE-TIME 
=> MAKERS OF BICYCLES, _— 
JOYCYCLES, BIKE-WAGONS, 
> CYCLETS, JOY-RIDERS, 

JOY-TRIKES: 









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TIPPIE AND 


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New York ..ccccce 


Hamilten 
CBM — Mentreal . 
Crcy — Montreal ... 


CoML 
representative basis. | WABO 


May 10 —(CP Reuters)—|CKOO — Hamilten 


Cairo, 
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miF iTS ABOUT YOUR EYES.. 


{the Greek underground movements 
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Cro 


Car While Prices are High. 
West End Motor Sales 
PHONE 2267. 

EW FARGO 2 & 216- 
TON HEAVY DUTY 
TRUCKS 


GET A GOOD PRICE Fer Your 
BUY VICTORY 
CASE 


HEEMO 


INSULATED ICE BOX 
Bring in your car and let's talk deal. 


These cars are in first class condition. 


ANEW 
Allis 
Chalmers 


STATION ST. LOCATION 


Model 60 


All Crop Harvester 


1941 STUDEBAKER SEDAN, CHAMPION. | 
1938 PONTIAC COACH. 
1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN. 


HAVE IN OUR STOCK 
1937 DODGE SEDAN. 


Only One Filling ef Ice 
a Week 


FARMERS 


BATEMAN MOTORS 


ATTENTION 
FINE USED 


WE 


(3 bands); push 


61756. Grade A dressed- 


Bneep: $2-$6. 
Hogs: 
weight, sows $13 dressed, 
May 10 —(AP)— rE 
out 
IMMEDIATE CASH. 


tuning and magic eye. 
HOT POINT ‘ELECTRIC RANGE, Console Model. Calrod ele- 


We Need Your Car — 
For Essential Workers 
attractive price 


eS 


ae 


ments, automatic oven control; white with grey trim. 


MOZART PIANO — size, finished in mahogany with 
SARS PIANO temcoenly vevonauienet: A very smart plano 


button 
and an 


' scTUBE WESTINGHOUSE CONBOLE RADIO. 


New York, 


2 


NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 


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any os 


RCE 3 “aR 
“2 


A 


finished in mahogany with bench to match, 


SERVICE STATION 


rice % Dun 


* Phene 


iy 


SALES and SERVICE 


—(The Rolls Royce of pianos.) 


FOR 
MARRIED COUPLES 
WITHOUT. ENDORSERS 


Dundas E. 


IF I'S INSURANCE 


NEW SCALE WILLIAMS’ PIANO 


thoroughly re- 


Finished In mahogany with bench to match; 


a eeeeeeswanseesseess 


low 


finished in red mahogany with bench. A 


plano at s very 


COMBE PIANO — 
very finished 


NEW 


310 Wront Street. | 3110,16,19,22 


size, good condition, $16.50. 
tlan’s Electric, 
Phone $20. 


ere, 
es 


_ THIS 1S THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST. 


BONE & co 


t 


JAMIESON 


Coombs 


Terms according to W.P. & TB, Regulations 


Tucker & — 

















Tables 






“Smart 


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waren ie : : about 9 square feet shelf = 1 nutty pillows filled with sterilized the comfortably constructed inner spring mat- 
space and the overall size is chicken and duck feathera and cover- tress. Both pleces ‘coveréd-in fancy striped 


about 54 x 27 x 20 ins. . Each ed with cotton art ticking. About 20 cotton ticking. Size 3 ft. 3 in; 4 ft; and 4 ft. 
58.58, by Zt inches. Pair - 6 in. Eatonia value, complete 


omvons ' » 2O5 - 43.00 
<> _ Satonia 
SEMI-GLOSS [Reel HOUSE PAINT 


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Eatonia value, quart .... 1. 
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BUTCHEER-BOY, STYLE | 


PYJAMAS 


Smart over the shoulder 
navy blue, Brows. tan ut 
po Ae anda in striped pat- 
ice eaten 
2.03 
GLOVES 


Another grand glove value 

for women! Coot, white rayon 
ores, sizes 6 to 714 in the 

“Jot. ‘Two styles iustrated. 
pecial, pair 


“49° 


















Prem 


WASH BASIN— 
White enamel wash basin with contras:- 
ic. 














METAL PAILS— 
Gaivantzed pails — “about 13 45° 





quart size. Each cscs. scocceees 














COTTON SEERSUCKER 


DRESSES / 


Square neckline with button- 
ing on Nhe side of front with 
full skirt. .Tles at waist in 
check seersucker. Sizes 3, 4, 
5, 6. Colors, red and white, 
blue and white, green ‘and 
white, 

(Not exactly as tlustrated) 


2.98 


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Practical Pyrex 
Watch every stage of cooking and aveld guess work by using 
Pyrex ware. Here are a few items from our wide selection. 


ry En cscnee ir haomansteee naga b(t 


BAKER — Open type, : < k 
16 oz 37° 3 on 52°* ot 67° 64-02. 81° 
—— “PIE PLATE — medium size, about 81% inches tn 2 Bg 
Glameter by 14% deep. Price ......cscccscssecesren 


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THERMOMETERS 
Well constructed and mount- 
ed on . novelty composition 
pecrnn hi wppeed style as il- 






ALARM: CLOCKS 
Servicehole Swiss alarm clocks, 












LOAF PAN — for cakes, meats, etc. 



















aia 8 nm 67° cir ti high round a 

“Bien 

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PIE PLATE — deep style with . 
crimped edge. About 
9% ins, by 1% ins, Each .. 


UTILITY DISH — 103% ins. by 615 Two new. style steppers ef better quality gabardine shoe fabric. 
inches. c 


, Casual pump wedge heel with attractt 
Brown Oxfords Comal ten Fes ate Se et eee 
with flexible leather soles, low wedge heel. ~In red, green or belge. Sizes 


CUSTARD CUPS — approximately 
for 1 5 





5 ounce 
BILE Leet e sense Vevee 
CASSEROLE — good size, about 32- 

























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SHOP 
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PHONE $95 


will be well advised to look over our large stock. 


COTTAGE. SETS, novelty ‘scrim. Special, set. 


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green and blue’ trim.’ Pr. ..31.49 
KITCHEN CURTAINS, 32” wide. Red, black, green and bine 


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VISIT 
STROUD’S 
GIFT SHOP 
SUGGESTIONS 
@ WE HAVE THE 


dots, extra wide 


: Remember 


ELECTRIC ond HARDWARE 
960 on your dist 


black, 
black 
(Opp. Victoria Ave.) 


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PHONE 748 and we will call at your residence. 


=| TRUDEAU MOTOR SALES 


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People néading naw Curtains ond Cottage 
BSUNWORTHY WALLPAPERS 


Bre erseeeteersagesaes 


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© Space Tweed 


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peared pal pretend mere jor 
—— 

. FUR COAT 

NOW! 

FREE STORAGE. 


We Need Your Car 


For Essential Workers 


CHOOSE 
NEXT. WINTER'S 


Curtains.and Cottage Sets 

COTTAGE SETS, novelty scrim, green, red and blue trim. Set $1.45 
COTTAGE BETS, Marquisette, black trim. Sef .......-.-.. SL89 _ 
Usten'te “HELLO BELLEVILLE", Menday and Thirsday, 5.30 p.m. 
‘2 2 OKWS, Kingsten — ; 


A ved Wartime 
PPro’ oy Prices. and 
“ BUNNYWEB. by the yard. Oyster shade. Y. .....esccserese 690 





| ¥ille" Kinsmen Club has sponsored 


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feuate’. "6 STOPS PERSPIRATION! 


tats 


a 


pebgecot gists 
who addressed a 
Joint session of the two houses in 


erpantaation és, alusyo.te:be are 
Mr. Churchill put the resolution 


to the gathering which carried it 


with loud cheers, - 


South Africa, 
functioning 


ting its cap to- 
mark before the 


: 


000, but was set 
‘After the business session, 
enjoyed and a lunch 
ed by the hostess. 
‘The following donors attended the 
U8. Liberator complained 
ailerons were 


the $300,000 
of the 


Na; ll (AP)— 
henvatndven the Balkans, the 


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nay satoeend exeper 
We have a good assortment 
Ete., Ete, 
Face Powders. 


MAX FACTOR 


MOTHER'S 

DAY 
SKYLARK 

Colognes — Perfumes — 


YARDLEY’S 
DE RAYMOND, 


Tweed M 


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~ Phone 163 


MAY a | 


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BELLEVILLE 


12th., 
HE .WILL SHOW YOU 
Walker: Hardware Co. 


LEMITED 


range 
Us Front Street,” . ».. 


GLEN ELLIOT 
211 FOSTER Phone 25953 


= 


MONDAY, 
“BELLEVILLE! DISTRICT 


~ MAY 11h, 


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New 


fortsed cotton twill, to’ » sleek 
spun rayon. ‘Weer them for 














_ SHORTS. 

= ‘The ideal item tor every gitt's ward- 
robe for now and all summer long.” 
Get several pair now. : Everything 
from; sturdy ‘cotton drillsto smart 
full pleats, All good colors, inchad- 


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Men’s Straw Hats! 





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Seer od 118 RAE | | 
Poa SUMMER DRESS SALE, ("es 

Bee Sea ~- Tweed Sport Jackets 
gaat -Jerseys - Cottons -¢ Spun Rayons - Sheers Chee, Pats or Doel fn marie tre tn 

oe _ Prints :. Plains . Two-piecers . One-piecers cs ot wml el pe 


M4 
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‘To Wear Now and All Summer Long 
Sizes for Juniors -. Misses - Women - Oversizes 


isi Hundreds of Styles to Choose from! 


SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY! 


Pamper Mother on: her:day — give her something 
"smart to wearl And whether it’s a lovely new dress 
Amarvellous gift!) —a charming hat—or fashion- 
fresh accessories—find it here at her favourite store! 


Everything budget-priced, of course. 


New Smart House Frocks 
The most practical gift item for Mother. Dovens of styles to 


choose from: in all new crisp cottons. Sizes from 14 to 30 — 
38 to 44 — and 46 to 82, ; 


f 1.00 1.29 159 1.98 








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Hundreds and hundreds of siscks, tn’every col- 
~~ or you'd ever want. . Smart fitting.and well- 
igtyled from materials that run‘from the stardy 
cotton drill. for every-day work, 
to the smart Alpine cloth for 
summer sportswear. - Mostly with 
sipper openings. Sizes 13 to 20. 










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sein sae M1 ,20 Men’s ‘Tropical’ Trousers 

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~ BUY VICTORY BONDS 





“OTHER TIMELY SUGGESTIONS; 


Umbrellas. ~. = - 1.98 to 3.95 
Handbags ry 3 . from ' 2.36 
Apross « . \.  38c to 58 ™ 
Slips. e z from 1.00 
Better Dresses . . + from 2.95 








Smart Summer Sandals. 
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By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 
“Protected, 1944, by The George Adamg Service. 


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targa d Pac z 
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,Old Thing 
| Old age? A! varying subject that, 
embroiders it 


jhave been waged “against 
civilization by the Germans. This week 
JUST FOLKS 
By EDGAR A. GUEST 
(Copyright, 1044, Edgar A. Guest} 


: 


| When May, 


foe 


of 


‘That old thing!” 
s 


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ports from starting fo Tay tae A | 


Best friend is doubt. 
Twice-worn a woman’s newest hat 
On every tulip bed! 


Is: 
Pe . 
Door . ie 
A door should rugged :be and ‘stout, 


For it must shut the cold winds out .- 


And be as pléasant as a grin, 
Since it must welcome 


going to be no repetition of these two 


wars’ which 
the House 


tions'and separations: of families, one of Fae 
the most cruel manifestations of the Ger-|"~ 
3/“concerned with intelligence of the enemy 


te 


the German people, but “to say that it is 


only. Hitler and a 


Cana: 
their |trom re 


being led 
monstrosity!” 
suffer- 


ad’ 


Masaryk of 


casualty lists world” 


“What a.nauseat- 
people 


largest in 
t every dollar he or 
,000 
rmal 


1° 


des ‘which have 
jazi-yoke: When the 


‘United Nations’ 


drew applayse at the 
Hitler. 
0,000, 
abno 


poor German nation” was led 


into this war by 
ing thought of 7 


ty he declared but Czechs had the 


cations of that (ve 


ae Helletesy 
tage eee 


He was not saying that all Germans are 


Arne peeeereatice: of freedom is costing 
So Masaryk called on the nations to be 
“stern. realists.” He did not want to have 


the world of the United:Nations a heavy. 


into war by one 


. While Masaryk and \his 
suffered they don’t want to e 
he said, 


enemy, Masaryk says. 


- ness are appearing on 


Deputy Prime Minister Jan 
world conference 


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Thousands of children have never heard ve 
a father’s voice—a father’s step beside 
their beds at night. 
“Thousands ‘of tiny tots, and their 
mothers, want HIM home. — 
- All are hoping’ and’ praying’ that the 

great homecoming may be soon. 

And yet this year is bound to be a 
year of great sacrifice. = + = | 

All of us must share the ‘cost in our 
own way —each of us must do his or. her 
full duty. Sits CEGh 

Every bond bought in this Victory Loan ; 
will help to hurry home our fighters. } 

Be. ready—be willing to support their : 
valour with your self-denial. 


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DRINK PLENTY OF 
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In order to make room for 
our Summer Merchandise 


special Discounts will be 
tion of our Spring Coat 


and Suit stock, Lack of 
space forces us to reduce 


our stock with 


offered on a. major por- 


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SHOULDER PORK | 


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Blade Roast 
“STEWOBEEF © 
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HAMBURG STEAK 
FRESH 


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FLOWER AND VEGETABLE 
RENNIE’S - LAWN 
COOKIE-DOUGH 


- WIGORO, 1-Ib. Pkg. 20c 
READY - TO. USE 


RENNIE’S. SEEDS! 
AiG. Pag. 23¢; 1-tb, Pkg. 436 


Pancake Flour 
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ANTISEPTIC 


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CONDENSED CREAM OF TOMATO 
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BAKING POWDER 

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MR. C, C. JEWELL 


Manager of Canadian Bank O¢ Commerce. 


MR. T. H. DREDGE 


Manager of Bank cf Montreal 


MR. B. 


Manager of Dominion Rank 


MR. I. G. HEFKEY 


Manager of Royal Bank 


C. SISLER . 


These ore the bank managers serving the Cify of Belleville and District. 


Their. business 


is to advise you properly in financial matters, . 


Perhops you bank with one of them. 


K account of yours as the. one reserve yoo ot 


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have to meet: emergencies. 


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They suggest — and recommend —..cnother. 


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try. They:know that thers never hos 


. 


They know, the financial needs of the Coun 


They know the donger of Inflation. They. know the danger of Idle dollars. 


ible into cash—that they are always-occeptable as security for bank loans, 


been a.time when the Dominion of Canada bonds have not been readily converte 


Te 
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TH init 


fight too. 


This is WAR... and our dollars must 


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le 


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ANK DEPOSITS. 


They respectfully suggest that you. purchase Victory Bonds to the limit of 


your ability—out of eamings—and WITH YOUR. B. 


at Tat 
Hin 


nals 


For financially responsible people,- they even stand ready to help finance 
+ @ larger purchase than may be possible out-of savings at the present time — 


Hii 


Hill 


by lending them the money for a period of six months, at the same interest 


7 es carried by the bonds. 


A 


There-are only two days left in the Sixth Victory Loon Campaign. Go to: 


the bank where you conduct your business and place an application or an addi- 


Let your conscience be your 


tional application for the maximum amount. 


. 


Put Victory First 


, 


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& ety 


By Putting Your Savings In 


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“IVALUES 
| FOR THOSE at 
WHO. SHOP . 


Meats 
CHOICE MILK FED VEAL— 


ROLLED ROAST VEAL 


VEAL CHOPS. 
LOIN VEAL CHOPS 


_ Groceries 


DEWKIST BRAND 


i 


GOLD-MEDAL 


Be: FLOOR: WAX Be: ~ rk 


CHOICE QUALITY 











PUMPKIN 2 ** 25° | RUMP ROAST VEAL 


‘BAKING POWDER 


MAPLE LEAF OR SWIFTS 


PURE LARD 2 


EXCELLENT QUALITY 


| COFFEE soars: 33¢: 


CONCENTRATED JAVEL WATER. 


JAVEX sm. Ac 


BLADE ROASTS 


SAUSAGE 
Our.own makes 


* 23° 
PORK TENDERLOIN 


BOLOGNA 
by the plece 








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“Grocery Manager: LEO BUCKLEY. Phone 926 


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Whether: she’s « junior mother — or.e - 
senior mother — give her. something 
smart to weer for ber dey! And vi've. 
pretty, precticel weerebles for mothers 
of all eges — plus feshion-fresh acces- 

hy sories — gifts she'll wear 20 proudly be- 
“cause they're from YOU! 










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CHEON 
SETS 
6.95 

1 CLOTH 52” x 52” 

4 SERVIETTES 16” x 16” 


~ SPUN RAYON: 4 








prints—that ore joys to owin warm.” 
SIZES.13.TO42000 8s 






LARGE SIZE 
> IMPORTED 


BATH: TOWELS: :|' 


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2.98 3.98 
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. £ Do come in ond see our wonder- 

ful line of Bogs for mothers’ gifts. 
Fabrics, Gay Prints, Leathers, Ben- 
galines and Imitation leathers. The. = 
colors are black, brown, navy, red; 
“also light summer bags in gay fobs" 

rics, 





WHITE, LIGHT ond LOVELY 


NEW. SPRING 


ae eee oo 


The styles are Petér Pon, ‘Ves+ 
“tees, Bib ‘Collars ‘and Jabots. 
_ ‘The materials are piques, and 


Tailored in a heavy quality peb- 


Brosslere top, double stitched; fully 
guaranteed. seams, . shadowproof. 
Fuil sizes, 34 to 40. Tearose and 
white. te Bars 


i! ‘ongandy. Many: styles ore 


pa 


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Walker Stores 
. BELLEVILLE 


7 3 Y ane 





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SOMETHING FOR MOTHER'S LEISURE MOMENTS! 


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For Every Mother on Mother's 


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The cso ee ro sand, piok, 


CHAMOSUEDE GLOVES | 


In natural, white and blick. ‘Siees 6% | 
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By HUGH SULLERTON, JR. 


* (AP Bpert Writer) 
por on May 11—(AP)—Ken 


pit it aii 
a i. nr 


z S| eon Roundup | tear tang 


tionAlley 
A. Wright 474; G. 
823; P. Johnston 682; 
‘I Moore 829; G. Cross 644—2752. 
cag nad re avid f ow 
— E. Anderson (399 


Pirates — M. Marvell 433; 
~~ M. Cushman 434; L. 


—'M. Bray 511; A. 
p Chariton 309; V. 
H. Blaind 359; 


3118. 


of-the 
Pp 
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le Leafs won, 
Tada Al 
Mra. amon 
high * singe 
tad the high ,3 rotting: of 


1Ti—1744, 


Major League First Koun@ ef | A Rookies 


417 


Wilkins 393; ‘T. Wardhaugh tt: 
Shortt 444; Drumm 576; Handi- 


Maple Leafs — 

6 

“Happy Gang — M. 
R., Graham 246; Jeuut or 
‘Taylor’ 385; J. Mawdsley 389; 


pa oenayren op etree ty 


A. Ryan 410; T. Smith 452; Handi 


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af 


“the ring 
a step-over| J, ecrea 
dicap 


in—Stephens, St. /31; 
) Runs—Adams, : Philadelphia and 


© Batting—Walker, Brooklyn, “Alo. 


WIT 
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LEAN, QUICK: 
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\get'clean, 
Bice. 


1 always 


quick shaves with’ 


Gillette factory showed 


sme. why 


TRIP through the’ 


Gilles ‘Blades; I''saw 


LWELL SUPPLY CO 


FOL 


TOBACCO 


SUCCESSOR ‘TO ST. CHARLES S 


Best Bet 


vn rs. 


Roll-your-owr 








2.301 7.00 
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assemahesaenes 


SATURDAY — THE MOST CHEER 


b rire 


ED HIT OF 1944! 


ARMY, 


Fighting men of the Nevy whe 


sweep the seas... end sweep 
the screen with thrills fer yeu! 


“AN 





STORY OF: 


< tov" 


TOM CONWAY — JEAN BROOKS 
MEW COMMUNITY SING. 


Tage 


Sesrete y 


ACTION: 


PS RRR RAg HS 


ADDED. 


Its ae to D “ogee 


SCREEN’S BIGGEST. EXPLOSION THRILLS WITH 
TWO ROMANTIC DYNAMITE STARS! an 


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2 


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J 


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| THAT FAA 


Yresa) 
heared, 
Jimmy Mand 
big |. Batten i: Benny 
dem 183, Detroit (6). 


wie WALTER. HUSTON 
Carlin 


got up 


“THE LIGHT 


AT THE CAPITOL 


nervy 


& TOP HITS Mc 


lth 
Fe: 


Srauntie 


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Moth-Killer Blockette 


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‘\) = Here are a few popular producis frem 
~ [ANALGESIC BALM 


CAPITOL 
2 ox. dotile 
Mag. 35€ 


Protect Against Moths 


ol RAZoee 


5 Soaad 


100s 
Reg. 18. 


met | 
ith 


LD.A. BRAND mons LB 
priced fer this weekend enly. 
~ WOOD'S 
In handy hanger container — 
10c 25¢ 


H & B PENCILS win erase 


LDAMALT 


' | ABS & C TABLETS 


a male a) ~ 
Gate Savaed 
MMMM did 
ene: Ad Le 


ale j 


Os eeecscoees 


Fa ee 


At the tat Theatres! | 





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rcussions Of A Dagwood Sandwich! 


THE TOILER — The Repe: 
FLASH GORDON ON THE PLANET MONGO 


THURSDAY, MAY 11 


Hg 


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BEE Gee bets EE 
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'S DOING BETTER 
SCHOOL WORK with this 


nif tT WAS 
ONE? =-BUT SHE 


I'LL BET IT WOULD'VE 
A WHOLE 
SAYS SHE'S 


cosT. 


STUBBS — 
S CALLING 
=>WELL)I 
SLIPPING, 


’ 
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ON EFFIE;TOO 
YOU'RE 
MOTHER ££ 


GUESS 


TIPPIE AND.“CAP’ 
SO CYRUS BUDGE | 


124% 


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4 
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Lites 
TETHEE 


West. Mo Rihs § 
TD 
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER; 

cash register; show case;” fire- 


i 
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APL 


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: 


Vanclief, 
M10-3t 


i 


AT REDUCED RATES 
CASH 
ror 
MARRIED. COUPLES 


chick capacity, $25. 
Electric, ‘210 Front St. 

M9-3t 
———_—_—__— 
PHILCO CAR RADIO, WITH AER- 

fal, in’ perfect.condition, _ Pig- 
den's Garage, Front St. |< Mb-3t 
————— 


Se we 4 = . i % r* 
a Pes td SALE... >... !: : 


ONE)3.ILP.|| CENTURY.) MOTOR. 


a Bae 


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of the City off) - 
oo ie Past. | metal stocks firmed moderately and 
deceased. 


‘. RE: DESTRUCTION OF CORN REMNANTS 


All persons within the City Limits having com on their 
premises are, hereby notified thot this must all be gath- 


i - ered and bumed or buried completely by MAY-20th., to 


destroy the com borers present. Failure to comply with 


| this. notice: leaves the offender licble to a fine of not’ | 


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEEN: 
‘The local Board of Health ef the City of Belleville for 
1944 hereby give notice that all Persons Resident within 
the City ef Belleville, are hereby called upon forthwith 


PHONE TO W. ASSELSTINE, CITY SCAVENGER, 22393 
Every person neglecting to observe This Notice on or 


Before May 15, 1944 


WILL SE PROCEEDED UPON AS THE LAW DIRECTS | 
Any Furtier Information may be obtained frem H. BELSEY, 
HEALTH INSPECTOR, er the undersigned.” 

* OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 


G. 8. CRONK, J. W. HOLMES, DE. J. MARSHALL, 
Health Officer. Secretary Chair. Board pf Health 


‘MOTHER'S DAY 


SPECIALS | 


q-TUBE WESTINGHOUSE CONSOLE BADIO. (5 banda); push 
button tuning and magic eye. GC 


HOT POINT ELECTRIC RANGE, Console Model. Calrod ele-: 


ments, automatic oven control; white with grey trim. - 


MOZART PIANO — three-quarter size, finished in mahogany with | 
bench to mateh, 


thoroughly reconditioned. A very smart plano 
and an attractive price. 


STANLEY PIANO — finished in mahogany with:bench to match, 


To Clear at see-ceseeserseeeeeee i bkccesmeae 99.50 


NEW SCALE WILLIAMS’ PIANO —(The Rolls Royce of planos.) 
Finished in mahogany with bench to match; thoroughly re- 


NEWCOMBE PIANO — finished in red mahogany with 


bench. A. 
very finished piano at a very re $9.50 


‘terms according to WP: & TB. Regulations | 


Tucker & Coombs 


NEW ADDRESS: 217 FRONT ST. 


PHONE 172°. 


'GET A GOOD PRICE’ Fer Your 
> Gar While Prices sre High. 


CHRISTIAN’S ELECTRIC & 
HARDWARE 
HAVE REOPENED THEIR: 


BUY VICTORY BONDS 
\ MRaLIZE THE CASH ON YOUR 
Tera cam yRoM 


‘ SEZ THE NEW 
CONNOR THERMO 
INSULATED ICE BOX 


‘Only One Filling of Ice 
a Week ~ 


| TUCKER & COOMBS ||| ATTENTION 


FARMERS 


WE HAVE IN OUR'STOCK 
ANEW 


Allis 
Chalmers 


AT OUR 
STATION ST.. LOCATION 


‘TRUDEAU 


MOTOR SALES 
Distributers fer 


PART TIME WORK — DAY OR EVENING 
<The WORK. 32: 


MUST HAVE OTHER FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT 
Apply: 
sa 


BATEMAN MOTORS 


BALES and SERVICE. {| SERVICE’STATION 
11 Moira 8t. W. Phene 1400] 34 Dundas K Phene 


IF ITS. INSURANCE 


FIRE — AUTO — BOILER — ACCIDENT; “ETC. \ 
THIS 1S THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST. 


JAMIESON BONE & CO. 


Freedom From Uncertainty 


1S A. CONTRIBUTIO 


By measuring risks and -spreading costs, insurance 
frees the individual from’ the threat of disostrous 
loss. risa ; 


~The record of modem insurance is.one of sound 
business management at moderate profit, and con--. 
stantly broader: protection at: lower-cost. 


~ 3 


_ “BELL LARGEST INSURANCE OF1 
168 Breet St". BELLEVILLE: os 






























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repeat 

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vera lin twrance sh tobgs 


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mstallations, 
refdelled, 


shorten the ah 
contrite fo the. Allied | D0) . 


their whole, weight 


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"By GLADWIN HILL 
vy bombers 


(AP Staff Writer) 


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Pia 


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Londen, sexy 


Drogress, an Allied commu- 
today. 
Kohima 


bry 8 yeag* 
: TA H 


TANKS BEING USED 


ln 
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14: jl q 


to them 


Aha wate ectous ‘il-be:sbe 


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FROM OBJECTIVE. 


cAVCION vin 
ONLY $65,000,000 


With Two Days 
Total 


by]: 


reaching Brit- 
of. explosions 
Invasion § coast 
felt as far in- 


ds 
reports 
jar 
French 


from 
ibe coat from te 
Axis ‘press 
night was 
London—said:a picked Ger- 


Thursday 
land as 


and cu 


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Ha 
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of planes, and big naval guns supported the offensive, 
/Blsewhere the Germans were resisting Sercely, stat 


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of Ontario, and Minister of Edu- 
address, Albert College students, 


HON. GEORGE DREW, PREMIER 
cation, will give thé Baccala 


nessing one of the most 

displays of Allied aerial might ever 

seen as an ca —of 
ter bombers and fighters raced 

back and forth to the continent all 

morning... 

All Folkestone Rocked. 


ligh' 


: 


7 


Ai 


where the 


The communique said there was 
nothing to report from operations 
concentrated bombing attack was 
made May 8-8, {s two miles south 
of Bishenpur in Manipur State. 


in northern Burma or'on the cen- 


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Street Church, 


night. 


All Folkestone on the English aide 


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_ Chureh Hall, Saturday, May 
GORGEOUB COLORED MOVIES: 


RUMMAGE 


as 


‘ 


Tut, 


i3s3 


& 
in the. night 


beck from ‘Tuesday 


Hee am Secs Ai Seine 


to some of the heaviest ex- 


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tm a dra- |°4 


& convoy in ‘the North Atlantic, 


Admiralty 


R 


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ROGER ORRELL, 149 W- Bridge, Belleville 


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REMEMBER!— THERE'S A DRAW EVERY WEEK! 


$10, 
JIM BENSON, 


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ANVASSED ON THE EVENING OF © 


THE FOLLOWING STREETS WILL BE C! 


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‘TANGEE 
MAY 15th. 
Meyer St.; Emily 8t 


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MAY 


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This Week’s ‘DIMES FOR VICTORY” w 
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FAT SALVAGE COLLECTION 
THE FOLLOWING STREETS WILL BE CANVASSED ON THE EVENING OF 
WHEN YOU HEAR THE BELL cIT'S FAT SALVA 


Sponsored by Kiwanis ‘Club Inc, for Service Work. 


TUESDAY, 
Coleman St. (south of W. Bridge); King St; 


Water St; 
lotte St, 


MONDAY, 


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: ron _ Bmith, 20 | Bee ence OF ONTARIO Belleville Realty Co. Kreage Bidg ||| 11 Metra St. W. Phone 1600/34 Dundas E. Phene 2235 ; L , . 
7 - ~ . if = é & 2 ec. - < * s t 
See eesti Opportunity for Advancement 
WITHOUT’ ENDORSERS ° ||| PIANO, xed Sector I 
: ; - COOL — CLEAN — BRIGHT SURROUNDINGS 
- FINEST WORKING CONDITIONS. 


IF IT’S INSURANCE |] -MopeRN CAFETERIA 


FIRE — AUTO — BOILER — ACCIDENT, etc. |||: 5) ON FIFTEEN MINUTE BUS-ROUTE. 


THIS 1S THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST: - eases APPLY 2) (05>. 
ot Ro eee tote EMPLOYMENT. AND SELECTIVE SERVICE OFFICE 
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Fruit Bowls .. 2.35 to 5.00 
Fruit Nappies ... each 75c 
. Covered: Bon Box ....2.30 
Candle Holders .. pair 1.98 
Handled Cake Plate . -.4.00 





s | SAPPHIRE rr ox DINNER SET 

































fren, 
26-piece blue Sapphire Fire King Fruit Salad, footed «. en $1.15. 
oie cong of 6 pt, 6 4 Chem & Cracker Deb 510 -— — 
oe ere eee " Cowered Candy Jar. CARE PLATES 
Inks aeiohe acteditcs 9. oe nena a aca 
cons Boa 0 sere, ee sat Dey, 
Fluted Relish Dish . . 2.20 


1 Special! English Dinnerware 
Blue. Lupin Pattern in service for four, 16 and 22 piece’ sete 


{=o 995 HOSTESS TRAYS Fron $9.50 vp 
; Cheese & Crackers, Relish: pee : : z 
Sandwich Waste Baskeis 
POLKA DOT DINNERWARE | — nit rane $95 saisoua Sees lce aa nes * BSc 
In Red o¢ Green Pattern, 32 piece 
Lae sets for 


woodenware, from .....< maroon and green, frem ° 
“MAJESTIC VELLUM” 
Decorated in soft colors of 
orange and brown, 32 piece sets 5 


SALAD SETS suolex rotten 6.25 


WEDGWwOoOoD ; 
COFFEE: SETs 


























“- DECORATED 
TEAPOTS 
I). From) $1.75 vp 


CHINA JUGS 










COFFEE . 
; MAKERS "2 ) 4s Ye and 1 pint sizes 
$1.75.10$7.95:§ From. 50 Up 


Glass Console Sets 
In square shapes 


3-PIECE SETS $2.89 






















DRESSER LAMPS | BEAUTIFUL 


Complete with shade end bulb MIRRORS 
From $3.00 up. | as tow as $3.95 













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Naturally mother will love PYREX . . . decide now to give her 
Fame Ks something that will make her working hours ese tedions 


i zz 150 


Ceeeretereteerere 


Preeeerrrritiiy yy 


Varuisned door «..... 4490 


2 gt. 10 in. x 6 ft. 10 in. 


embaten Soot. 9.95 | et ere ee oa packs 
3 ft. x.7 ft. combination door, 4 


complete with sius 10.95 




















We hav’ just received a coni- 4% Ib. package ..,,....., 200 
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1 QUART ©... = mended for use on rugs, upholstery, See een ~ 49¢ 


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Spri ing : ROCK-SPAR VARNISH ee ee 
PAINT Specials Sota 3 CHRISTIAN'S SPRING CLEANING MERCHANDISE 

: f 9 LBs. CHAN WAX snd bottle of our famous clesniog fiid for 98¢ 
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will bé welcomed. A 


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at 830, 


RC.AP.. Band and guest 
tic work. 


must be accompanied by 


adults. Silver coll 


nitol Theatre, 
ville Char- 
jection, 10c and 


BAN iD CONCERT SUNDAY 


14, Ca 
'No. 85, OES: Patrio 
CARD PARTY. 


‘Trenton 
‘artists. Proceeds Belle 


May 
King of Can- 
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ministers” of Candda, 


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$3,850,000 


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OBJECTIVE. 


4-1 


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Box in black alligator-grain 
contains the Elizabeth Arden 
43.95: 
DOYLE’S 
DRUG i STORE 


very popular miniature Beauty 
Essentials for Loveliness ot 
Ht at your residence. 


The 1944 edition ofthis 


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IMMEDIATE CASH. 


PHONE 748 and we will 


Need Your Car 
For Essential Workers 


: 


MAY 14th. IS 
Mother’s 
Day 
Visit eur GIFT and CRINA 
SHOP fer gifts that will 

We 


ELECTRIC and HARDWARE 


seventy years of age and was a pa- 
ent in the hospital since May 5. 


THE WAR TODAY 


of the term “unconditional surren- 
der.” It sounds tough, but it doesn’t 


of the 


Finland, Romania, 


and Hungary that they 


fer “disastrous consequences.” 


jurrender Formula 
good deal of confusion 


the appreciation 
with’ a pre- 


canes sold at twoly 3f.0.A. committee to the speakers 
t Allied ‘assault on Hit- 


yes 
tly 
to 


came out fla 


REALLY FLYING 
ultimatum 


New York, May 13 — (CP) —' 
The grea 
Unconditional 8: 


pation in ‘the evening’s program. 
I think & 


sos leeuaar ane of “¥” and ex- 
and entertainers for their particl- 


Hitler, And 


with 
cee 7 
eggs held st 
peal 35 scents 
The 
with 
We have a good assortment 
MAX FACTOR 
Ete, 
Face Powders. 


SKYLARK 


DISHWASHERS INJURED 
San Maris, Calif, May 13 — (CP)|- 
Colognes — Perfumes — 


DE RAYMOND, Ete., 


‘ 


insurance 


t, and con- 


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5 
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insurance is one of sound 


at moderate profi 


4 


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13° 
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BATHCHARM 
WATER SOFTENER ~ 
STOR : 


‘PHONE 135 


BUSINESS TO BETTER LIVING. 


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DRUG 
“frees the individual from the threat of disastrous 


IS A CONTRIBUTION OF THE INSURANCE 
By measuring risks and spreading costs, 


business management 


LUCERNE 
BATH CRYSTALS 
OSS. | 
The record of modem 
_,_ stantly broader protection at fower cost, 


“SATURDAY 


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C. ERNEST TATHAM 


ORTALS 


BEV. C. V. 


ERVICES 


10.06 am—Sunday School and Pastor's Bible Class. 


ORIGINATOR OF 


rods’ for the concrete which will 
gun cupola somewhere along 


armored 
Nazis are feverishly rushing to com- 


SUBJECT! 


: SUNDAY SCHOOL 1190 ams, 
MORTALS AND IMM 


— £. ALEXANDER, E. HOLDEN, Pastors. 


HEAR EVANGELIST 


ESPECIALLY INVITED. 
(Coleman Street at Footbridge) 


245 am-—Sunday School. 


1190 a.m, and 7 pm—SUNDAY SERVICES, 


MOTHER'S DAY 8 


Corner Church and Statlen Btreets 


HIS SUBJECT. AT 7.00 P.M, 


“A CURE FOR THE INCURABLE” 





Motra end Coleman: 
(LO.OF TEMPLE, 311} FRONT STREET) © 





TUESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS, 8.00 p. m. 


or , ONT. 
"THE MORNING CHEER HOUR” 


Heard Daily at 7.45 am. over CHEX, Peterbore 


BETHEL HALL 
MEN AND WOMEN. IN THE ARMED SERVICES 


HRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 


SERVICE 11 am. 


ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 


am—“A MOTHER'S ADVICE.” 
pm—"THE HOMEWARD TRAIL.” 
PURLIO IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THESB 


C 


‘(THE STANDARD CHURCH 


Testimonial Meeting First Wedwesday of Each Month 







TUESDAY, 8.00 pm—Prayer Meeting. 
FRIDAY, 8.00 pm-—Xoung Rpople’s Society. ” 


11.00 
790 









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across the ocean 
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ALBERT COLLEGE 


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Minister; REV. H. O, EASTMAN 








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Salvation Army 


CLOSING EXERCISES. 


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Sunday, May 14th., 7.00 p.m, ~ 


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CONDUCTED BY 


Richard W. Neale 





APOSTOLIC PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 
Corner of Bridge and Coleman Streets |< 
DOES THIS GENERATION 


NOTED YOUTH LEADER, WHEATON, ILL. © 











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parade in eleva some 
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and 


Board and. Alumni ‘will meet with the 


Premier- of . Ontario, 


United Church. 
ae Hon. George - Drew, 
a 
of ‘the College i 
group in Sunday ‘School Room at 6.45 pm. 


Baccalaureate Service in Bridge St, 
Speaker: 
‘Members 
College 


REQUIRE A SIGN? 


The Title of the Pastor's Message at 7.30 pm. Sunday 


MAY 14th 
00 P.M. — 7.00 P.M. 
BCL & V.S. GIRL CADETS, C.W.A.C's AT THE SUNDAY 


SUNDAY, 


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SATURDAY, Children's Hour ......... 


“THE BIBLE 18 OUR ONLY SAFE GUIDE" 
. Paster, 


If there is to be a church tomorrow, there must be a 


Sundsy School today. 


MORNING WORSHIP .......... 


THURSDAY, Studies in Revelation .. 


SUNDAY SCHOOL and BIBLE CLASS ..............+. 10.00 am 
TUESDAY, Young People's. Service 


3. Le 


MORNING SERVICE. ‘ 
DON'T MISS THESE THREE SERVICES 
~ MR. ROY WEMP 
MAY 16th, TUESDAY—Part 2 — “GOD'S SOCIAL SECURITY 


Financing Without Interest. Debt Cancellation With- 


re é 


MAY 17th, WEDNESDAY—Part 3—“Agriculture Without Crop 


BRITISH-ISRAEL WORLD FEDERATION. 









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Fallures or Pestilences. Health Insurance Without Cost. 


(North Park Street) 


. 


June 8th. 


Dinner and Closing Social 


Graduates’ 
Thursdoy, 





8.15 p.m. — ODDFELLOWS' HALL 





SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY 


Convocation 


230 pm. 
College Board Members, Alumni, Members of the Wo- 
and Priends of the College are invited 


HE 


men's Guild 
to attend: 





WESLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL | 


Rev. Da' 
of Timothy Eaton 


Speaker: 


wid “A. MacLennan, BA, B.D. DD, 
Memoria] Chureh, Toron! : 








to. 


Limetieon tsi Ackerman Hall (Complimentary). 


"(69 Dundas 6%. E) - *. Rev. J. 8. A. Spearman, minister. 
11.99 am—A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERHOOD. 









Guild cordially inyited. 


. CLIP FOR FUTURE: REFERENCE. 


Members and 


5.00 pin —! 


1.0 p.m—THE GOSPEL IN MESSAGE AND SONG. 


ents, Colleges Board 
"members of the W' 


“NOTE 








Service. 
“Sunday School, 230 pam. 





8.00 p.m—Bible Study and Prayer 
8.00 p.m—Y¥.P.8. > 


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lies to forward 


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post-war car. 


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world. Ie’s the dependable 


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"A FULL WEEK OF BARGAINS 
“:, Monday, May 15th'to Saturday, May 20th 


; CHASE & SANBORN. 
Sythe FLAVORFULL Calon: 


| } BORACIC: 
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1.D-Ay Brand 


WHITE SHOE 
CLEANER 


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16 


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S18 


MOUSE. 
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ready toe use 


& 34 ounce 25°. 


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IDASAL 


“PAIN TABLETS 


ANNIVERSARY SALE 


SPECIAL? 


}. Super-Jumbo 


DIXON'S 
VITAMIN B-1. 
Yer Plants 
25¢ size 
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BEE, 


i Kkovah Salts 


Make you fit! 
Keep you fitt 


MINERAL OIL 


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We Reserve the Right to Limit-Quantities. 


33¢ 


1.D.A. Extra heavy quality, 16 ozs. 


MINERAL OIL 69: 


ANTACID 49:,1.50 
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1 milligram tebs.=I. D.A. Brand—100 for 


PINKHAM’S 


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DETTOL . 
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large cakes 2 cies | 
3 for 23c..}- 49e 1.49 


MOTH PREPARATIONS 


* Every year moths cause millions of dollars 
damage in Canadian homes. Let these ef- 
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Dee-Tee 
MOTH - KILLER 
(Paradichlorbenzene Crystals) 


Death to moths — harmless to-humans 
ee Odor quickly disap- 
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One Ib. 33°: 


SHELL-TOX LARVEX DICHLORI- 
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~ eggs, larvac Insect i 
Bie, 22 ose. | 8, 16 32'ens. | Moth Spray Crytaals 
' 24, 43c | ‘24, 43c | 16 ang 32 em! 1-1 carten 
73¢ 73c | 83e 1.29 53¢ 


Wood's 
Moth Killer 


FLY-TOX 


MOTH BAGS 


SEVERAL STYLES TO. 
CHOOSE FROM. 


ALL GOOD VALUE — 


59° 79° 1.19 


HB Cuter 
PENCILS | CUTICLE 

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3 for I 10¢ 39¢° Sc 


_GEEN’S 


PHONE 131 


ILEY'S 


> PHONE: 105. 


ANNIVERSARY. SALE SPECIAL! 
‘1.D.A. "BROWNIE" 


WRITING. 
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ANNIVERSARY SALE Soci 
1.D.A. Brand 


MILK OF 
MAGNESIA 


Smooth and pleasant tasting. An effective - 
wikalizer and gentle laxative 
Mild, yet thorough in its action. Ideal 
for children as well as adults- 


st 28 245". 


LDA. 


SALTS 
A pure white . crystalline. salt. 
Note the freshness of the shiny 
needle crystals — never sold in 
@ stale, dull, powdery condition. 
Pull pound tin 3° 
Regular 15c _ NE 


CASCARA 
TABLETS 


1.0.A. Brend 
5 gr. 1008 33° 
gr. ware 
For Backache, Tired Feeling, etc: 
C, 1.D.A. 


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c/o Queens Hotel, Belleville, | 


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BELLEVILLE ; 


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IMMEDIATE = CASH. 


FRIDAY, 


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We Need Your 
For Essential Workers 


3 
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ACOUSTICON INSTITUTE 


(GENUINE TAT}: 


sees. (CEORCE PAU 


Ministry announced 


junning, Marjorie Hol- 
Eileen Elliott, Frederick 
off Helgoland yes- 


ping, 
the Air 


mineswee 
terday, 


wards, Vera G 
Europe. man, Geraldine 
of the | Credicott, 


About. fifty members 


(C. P. War Correspendent) 


London, May 16 (C.P, Cable) 


—A two-year old secret of an | Louise Morrison. 
await the’ order to embark for. 
the beaches of Western } 
£1,000 German 
Prisoners in’ Canada Wed 


ue util 


classic 


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UE i 


, at 100-to nine, 


Ee ately 
eid fants step 
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Hae He ing 338 ! ; £ il i a rates 
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tallation of officers 


annual ins 
Belleville 


The 
for the 


. 


Picture Play took over the lead 
the field of 11 in the last quar- 
. XYopdale as Capt. Gen. 


Newmarket, England, May 15.— 
to a surprise four-length victory 


Holds Insta 


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le }came in two lengths behind Grand 


Handel. | (CP)—H. Joel's Picture Pisy raced 
As guest 


in mame fk 


. Mr. 


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Mr, serena Ae 


© “Bungarian Buapeody Ho. 2° mai oe 
scorrent.- musical | Corniche. 


for ‘four: hsnds. 


Not’ Unseen” by 
beacon oo Pert er caprnemersencbagy bene 


WAR BRIDES STOWAWAXS 


P. E. Houston sang “Let Me 


bermepeus | 
husbands’'to the United States, are 


Pocket,’ 
fn custody of immigration authori- 
fies on charges of illegal entry, 


iff 


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{cota pre rhe 


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PHONE 163 


Should be Held Responsible 
for an Automobile Acci 


Duin sn 


¢ a 4 
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in 3a 
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YOUR RIGHT. TO DRIVE, 
PART.OF YOUR FUTURE EARNINGS, 
“AND!A’LOT: OF TIME AND SLEEP. 


" PLAY SAFE 


Insure Your Automobile for Public 
LARGEST INSURANCE OFFICE” 


an a Hi Tle 
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plutialn 


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STO 
YOUR VICTORY BONDS, . 
HT. 


YOUR AUTOMOBILE, © 
“YOUR RIGH 


Liability and’ Property Damage . today, 


ae poate 
“McKEOWN’ 


“PROFESSIONAL 
WRESTLING 
YOU MAY NOT OWN-PROPERTY — BUT YOU COULD 


What Have ! Got to Lose if 1 


THURSDAY, MAY 18th. 


“RED TRIANGLE HOSTESS 
CLUB DANCE, 
DRUG 


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THE ONTARIO INTELLIGENCER, “TUESDAY, MAY’ 16, 1944 


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to 
plant — 


for all who apply 
new telephone 


quic 


Miles of Wire 


In- underground cable ... 2,310,566 
In serial cable .. .. «0 


Open 


tors in Bell Telephone stock 
Total 


more telephone calls 


truments, wire, cable, conduit, 


one service mus 
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—the shareholders—receive a reasonable return. 


BUILDS TELEPHONE PLANT 
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tion have all worked to the public’s benefit, as is shown 


the fact that here in Canada 
d growth. Users get ever- 


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Conservative capitalization, careful management and efficient 
reasonable rates has promoted 


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Phone 163 

Phone 323 


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__, Get Your Bondex Color Card From 
“CANADIAN DEPARTMENT STORES, LTD. 


270 Front St. 


P= F 


tive colors or white, to-day! 


in our home. Dam 
can’t get in. 


WALKER HARDWARE 


248 Front St. 


RPROOFS - BEAUTIFIES - PRESERVES 
- | <5 SHLLS BOOK & WALLPAPER. STORE 
222 Front St. - : 
WHITES HARDWARE 
Canada’s 
‘Merchant 


Experience the differeace 


Bondex‘makes—in comfort, in. 


as any room 
mess just 

NATE 

230 Front St.* 


V 


ment is as dry and comfortable 
beauty. Try one of its six 


-increasing 


the always 


pay in 


wire ss ss oo 


scope of their servicey 


G. W. Proctor 


, 


’ British - American psychological] on ‘Tuesday 
eS ee ee on the} of Mra. C. 


Manager, 


We sailed wherever ships could sail; 
We founded many a mighty state; — 
fail 


Pray God our 


Tennyson: “‘Hands All Round”, 
world; Canadians will have 


@ In the 
need 


of 


for 


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inherit from their forefathers. 


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of the 
to fill 
-played 


joy the 
resources, 
trade. 


for Canada to en: 
inherent in her 
In servicing the “complex mechanism of this 
j Bank, 


possible 
and prosperity: 


The 


Eat so| vitally, dependent ‘upon ‘export 


THE DOMINION BANK 


er part~ 
iots throws sll this 


thousands of oth 


by 
ate: 


“ROBERT RAE, 


OC. H, CARLISLE, 
Precident 








































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Marriage Gamble f Career- , high-pressure businessman 
E rhe = Probably bores her to death. She 


1. Does poe roc dresses or men's 
2.Ne iti ay Canbe wed 
todry. 

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ee 2 S=*=) They're TALKING ABOUT...a Ten-Cent Dollar! 
a g ge ple of ay tnd ae Resets cave ey re 38 one en- en 0 d x 


© RS SERN pra MS}, ts noe ARE” 
1 The familiar Martin-Senoar sign is the one to look for "But granted that ‘MiAi¢al, expert- deasteg: aids dea se 


\ wien pelos place ee, Pacing Ics the’ siga shat says masa ae, EeMtee SE SIVONCAS SF0| Saas, hoine fois war, vistors 
00% Pure Paint is sold here”. Paint ie fous, th be changed. W. 
beauty and with‘ staying-power that endares longer! pena body—most of all thé 
‘When you want these qualities in paint products — make, cause she is an experimentalist. It} warrior, : 


/ ; 

re They speckofit glibly..butwhet doesit mean? Hmeens thet every poy-day if your 
boss paid you in crisp new one-dollor bills a eoch of them would buy aaG a 
mecsly ten-cents’ worth of goods ESTA those savings youve made withten dimes 
toa dellor GAweuld shrink tothe sire ofone (0). Thets Inflation! So wate luckyin, 
Conade thot price ceilings and other anti-inflationary measures have képt our 
dollar volue HIGH. In fost « dollar goes further te-dey... buys more goods eld 
than the dollor of 918. Look et these prices, a pound of cco todey [Epjcompered 

the (Efitrethn hsm gym wr Een Yeu, we get a 











« sure and'see the dealer whose sign reads . . . Martin- avenge tan oe beer Already young women are begin- 

Senour. His experience and friendly advice backed by other woman, she ls seeking the|Ding to wonder If the serious-eyed} 
the highest quality products will assure you of complete Perfect Combination of husband-|young men home on furlough can 
satisfaction in your painting plans! tare | pope! And abe never Elves UP! possfbly be the light-hearted, laugh- 


MARTIN-SENOUR ebig Sera eects 


, Wwise-cracking 
ism and plenty of bad judgment, away with a kiss and wa’ 
100 PURE PAINT: VAKNISHES - ENAMELS 


“MARTINSENOUR CO,, LTD. 


to|{s that they, too, are changing, For 
\ 282 Front St. BELLEVILLE Phone 166 


























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ast dor onto: Set. Harold Helfer, in “The Woman. good dollars worth foday, And remeatber- you protect your dollar valve when yoursfuse 
. f is 
314 Front St; BELLEVILLE Phone 204 || | She divorces a charming spend- ei, “She be as Pept ned rere - ye ye os you 
= ries her to death and marti le ° 
aL eet eae ' to poy more than the ceiling price...denounce black markets ... buy Vistory 
: i ‘eo oe pth ! 
g.mams det woman for sou! c$0V0.. pay off debts Fal ad help keep the cost of living down! 
ous—yet ‘clever enough to heave sive ‘ 
bales of cotton and move planos if : 
necessary. But don’t be too quick 
to decide that this is impossible 
That's exactly what the homecom- 
ing soldier will be looking for, and 
the sort of girl he may find. 
‘The helpless, vapid. clinging-vine : 
war tine wined owt wxcet oe the toe I promise to give my support to keeping the Cost 
wae. 4 
hard-eyed cynics who followed her of liviog down. I will buy only what I need. 1 
will obserye the ceiling whether buying or sell- = 
ing goods or services. I will pay off old debts, 
‘ save for the future, invest in Victory Bonds and 
War Savings Certificates. And I will support 
taxes which help lower the cost of living. 
$ | BES 
30 You Voltas Value High! 
OTT or One aan OG. : U 
s . aria 
‘;\ | We are still making this BEET | Corre 
luscious bar, but naturally in lesser Published by THE BREWING INDUSTRY (ONTARIO) - 
qvantities. Soon, we hope, war-time elie to help sored the dangers that inflation represents 
restrictions will be over. ; genuine, loyal and dependable: Oh. ‘ 5 Ehret “< 





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London, May 16:—(OP) As. the 


end 


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indefinitely - 
its ‘annual _Conferentce,: which- was 
to have teen held in London the 


weekend 0 


train service 
‘Britist 


curtailed’ ag much as 50 
in North Bay, recently recelved-@ without notice atari 


the summer, ithe 
Party has 
two S| 
TOMORROW! 


one doten wood: 
and two 


two deer; 
Starts 


of 


our 


M. Parks, superintendent of- the 
Department of Game and Fisheries 
Lae wet re rte 


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be siegiog “Thanks for the, 
Memory” with « laugh is 


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Sure, they had pleaty of love 
«+.what they lacked was monty 


—and 


it's moacy chat makes | 
you see Bob and Shiticy in this 


grand comedy romance of two 


they thought watil...but wairll 
young folks st home—yon'll 


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Thousands Cheers siccer THAN 


Pavinister 


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THIS 18 THE A 


“STAGE DOOR CANTEEN” — 


Menage pohly 
p ton. cHANEY. 


ROBERT PAIOE 
CVELYe ANKERS 
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ALWAYS: A GOOD 


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THE OE 


@ ADDED COMEDY © 


+ JOSE (TURBY 
RS—3° GREAT 
BANDS. 


SEE ELLY 
GaN BALES 
30. STA 


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KATRATH GRAYSON 
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also furniture for sale, Write 
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five’ miles Belleville, 1S YOUR CAR NICE? P 
frame dwelling. 8 creasing ; ; MOTOR SALES : 

: ‘and i Distebatars ter Hastings “||| West End Motor Sales | = 
i Huntingdon wis-st| BAR WHEAT SHORTAGE . jhe ae fngten ‘and Prince Rewind WILE EAE SOOD: FRICS ; 
————————————— t Kingston, Mele} ———__—— MAY DEVELO! . f County. A ROK? STREET 2 
Fd ‘ANT p ce y ¢ Saanechester, Aa $5-87. : Phones 718 Open Tm S . 
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By AND. OTHERS. very Bittle expense, 


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’ AND- NOTICE I8 FURTHER Improved at intervals were Manon- 
SALES and SERVICE . 


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bute the estate among the partlesiGoodyear, Anaconda, American 
entitled thereto having regard only|/rejenhone ana Eastman Kodak. Fi * * ° 
ina | Eastina ixing Contribution 


to such claims of which they shall 


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the executors will proceed to distri-|Central, General Motors, Chryuer,|Favors Provinces 
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Penney. ; 
day of May, 1944. Ottawa, May 16 — (CP) — The 
CAMERON & SPRAGUE, Commons Committee on social se- 
ee aye — Jury is Sworn in curity decided foday that each Fi Seen 
jeville, be Try ccused. province ould allowed “ 
s- Solicitors for the Executors. To 29 A the poorer ot Soatsteton teoeh I | S URANCE 
M16,23,30. ton, May 16 —(AP)— A| person would be obliged to pay un- 3 — se 





of 10 men and two women rey eigenen aed lea 
committee made'the decision . 

BUSINESS LINERS sons accused of conspiring to While: studying a draft health in- FIRE — AUTO — BOILER — ACCIDENT, ETC. 

Properties for sale in all parts of/‘the United Sta‘ Seation: that each’ adult: be. obliged : THIS JS THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST. 


JAMIESON BONE & CO. 






pa there lar aati rer Py : The action of the committee left 










alleging existence 
A20-3m/ alliance” between 


: area 3 ——| WANTED — 
of sale cash, wv. . = 
Miolelga- oe Phone 687. Nastf ue | 50. GOOD. 
ie FORTUNE es eee || USED CARS 
; T and spen moon on . 
PILE TORTURE Elecehecleriar==||| * 7 
py 1239 


Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Grant 
McLaren. 

FOR ESSENTIAL WAR WORKERS. 
A ; Will Pay The 


“HIGHEST PRICES 
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COACHES or SEDANS 
wee © ANY YEAR, ¢ CANY:MODEL.-. CASH. 


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LOANS Rorics 
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Toronto, .May 16 — (CP) — City 
today conducted an investi- 







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BURMA — Allies repel new Japan- 
gation Into an’ attack 24- Imphal: Baitish eben Gestion fe 

ana on a 24-year- B a i 
old woman who’ was found this} enemy bunkers, kill 150 Japanese ~ ee eo arte oan curing ¥ 
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TECTIC and HARDWARE] 


We: have, stoves. In. stock .thatimay 
not. be available later, ‘We: were'sor- 
ry to: tum awdy' so many customers 
last year and this is why We. are ad- 
vising you to buy your. stove now. Our 

stock is on display at presentitime’in + 
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PRINCESS PAT 


Ee The Princess Pat has a reputation 
-aecond to none. Oven 13” wide 
by 20° deep by 11” high. Oral 
firebox, The ideal farm stove. 
Get yours while they're available, 


WE HAVE MANY-OTHER $86.50 
____ MODELS OF STOVES , : 
IN STOCK, 






















2 The Princess Rose - a : ye 

: wy Fe tr tm eat cere oa nome aeons |" FINDLAY CONDOR:(A). Circulator Heater 
fi Complete with waterfront'and high shelf. Popular priced streamlined model. — the stock. Finished in beautiful wal- 
Z be pact teere ete eer Enam- ; mu oe Finest heaters on the 


steel top,. Easily cleaned ina jiffy. 


$109.00 $79.50 


SCREEN DOORS 


he in. x 6 ft. 10 in. 3.25- 













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2 ft. 10 in. x 6 ft. 10 in, 
Sete ith: Gams: oO. 
LADIES! LADIES! —_Here’s sensational vatue in 
Betty Brown Teapots — 5 to 7 Cups. — A teapot of 
. exteptionally fine quality. We bought these tea- 


3 ft x ie combination door, 
varnish: 
complete with glass .... 10.95 
pots at a price that enables us to pass-the saving 
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VIGORO Largest 


1 Ib, bag ’....... 10¢ 
5 Ib. bag «....... 45¢ 


10. bem Pos | Stock 
FISHING 
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3 Custom";bullt ice-boxes 
1 —all' exeeptionally ‘high 
as: quality. = Finished ® in 

gleaming white enamel 






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reign Trade Says MacKinnon 
-— |MOSQUITO PLANES Outlines Program 

BLAST BERN |At Conference Of — 
WIHOUT 05S \CanadianC.ofC. 
"Ret op for Reni] Usted Kiom s+ (MANGUAUPHTER | 


soe hel ta mee (HARE LADD 


nesoswencuanreceet AFTER INQUEST 


Joseph Festa Held in 
Connection With Death i 
of Stepdaughter 

ALLEGED .CHILD BEATEN __ 

Toronto, May 17 — (CP) — C. L. 


‘Plunging Closer layne qe = 
To Hitler Line 
cA U.S. War Dept. 



















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Further. Tighten A 


Swedish Handling | Pocket Around Japs 
Washington, May 11 — (AP) — In Area © Directly 
The United States War Department!. South of Malakawng 


handling of Sweden as negotia! 
oor HEAVY AERIAL BLOWS 


over shipments of 
Kandy, Ceylon, May 17 — (CP)— 


























































Dallbear- 
ings to Germany took on an urgent 
tone today. : 

A day of feverish consultations 
Soommcnicntione atti pueden seonod —— 

: . Hamilton, May 17 (CP)—Seriocs 
up with a single announcement Jast : ios é 4 6 t 


WEATHER POOR 


London, May 17 (CP)—RAF. 


Naples, May 17 — (AP) — British 
ts drove northward into the Liri 









The announcement followed a con- 
ference at Queen's Park this morn- 
ing when officials discussed the ver- 







northward 
and} steadily extends its Rapido river bridgehead, 


SPAIN. TO CLOSE \CHINESE WIDEN- 
NAZI CONSULATE IBREAGH IN JAP jeeciscecis Sc essere, 
ATTANGIER NA. HELD RALWAY =" Seater 

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Act ‘n> Compliance” With|Capture ‘Another Station| Britain 
Agreement Between Brit-| in Honan Province in). 
ain arid United States Flanking Movement 60 


BQEN INFORMS HOUSE | FURIOUS FIGHTING 


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London, May 17 —(CP)—Britain no informa’ as to 3 
London, May 17 — (CP) — The By SPENCER MOOSA spent an average of approxims| arrest had been made : 
Spanish government has taken de-|~ (Associated Press Staff Writer.) Praycngy wer petit rectal oe The crowd Oakville 


year and the average daily 


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Transportation — 
For ArmedForces 
To Be Reduced 


Ottawa, May 17 — (CP) — An Ore 
der-in-Council published today in 
Canadian 


tlons provides that members of the 
Armed Forces on annual leave, em- 
barkation leave or disembarkation 


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Two 
bushland of the Gaspe peninsula 
last night to report that three com- 
panions in their plane» had dled 
when the aircraft crashed. 


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Tangler consulate, curred fe 
“His .Majesty's government, who} -The third station which the Chin- 
are fully alive to the importance ese claimed to have taken on the 
of avoiding undue delay, have no|north-south Peiping-Hankow rail- 
Teason to suppose the Spanish/way was situated south of Chuma- 
government do not share’ their de-jtien, previously recaptured, the news 
alre to dispose of this matter satis-lagency sald. North of Chumatien | 0% 







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May 17 — (CP)—Britons | leave will no more than $15 for 's in the United Sta 
an ineredsed fruit ration Hon.” Howevet, the ar- in the near future,” he|the Japanese that were dislodged kets," he continued. | “There is, 
Mr. Eden sald it was cbrious {oe Sulping, the first railway the much to be said for this view; but 
counter-attack engulfed, were re- we can afford to accept it as a 

gulde to practical 

Cone ing cade: in thet 

ister of Foreign Affairs, K. C, tomer able to buy without regard to mace e 

Ml told a press conference inal) the what Canada bought from her and/ ton of trade 


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will faciliti: our commerce in 
without the other.” many Canadian: goods every direction without weakening - 
; [Announced May 2nd. A ldth air force communique sald port policy bathed ine have | in any) way: with” the United 
pecan b eres NTS 
American’ - fighter-bombers: ~ are | been in the last 25 ‘years. & radical oa prospects | While emphasizing trade with 


The agreement, announced May |steadily United Kingdom and the United 


States, Mr. MacKinnon sald there 
should be no’ discounting of Can- 
ada’s stake in commerce with all 
countries, 

One of the most promising fields 
of the future was Latin 
where, at the end of 1943, 16 coun~ 


concession will cost the ied 

this tion in the Gus- $85,263, the Army $187,150 and 
brates. Neral flaca Alr Force $125,000 annually, {t has 
(Continued on page 12, Col. 1.) been estimated. . 
















Reckless Tipping in Reich Threatens 
Whole Price Structure of the Nation 


By WADE WERNER of “Gennan factories, warehouses 
‘Associated Press Staff, Writer | 4nd other sources of previously re- 


gulated supply. 
Lisbon, May 17 — (AP) — War-| At the same time, everyone {s 
caused impoverishment has trans- 





Bureau Claims: Invasion Fleet 
Left for Norway But Recalled 
_ Stockholm, May Ice Reuters letters to ond from them were 


of the| stopped. The main attack was to 
have.come at Narvik area. Glider 





Pridgy. ‘The Gari is a tributa: 


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release five ‘interned Italian. mer- c under cover of 
chant ships, leaving two. others|De(rol -operations and now are 
for arbitration of their. ownership. |"rmly held. 

Six of the :13 originally intemned|. “No counter-attack hag yet de- 
were released $ veloped,” the bulletin added 


previously. 
Mr.’ Eden added. that the Span- 





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found in China, 













working and has but finds 
formed Germany Into a nation’ of] it increasingly difficult to buy any- 
pee, tippers, a parecer! ‘bree thing. ete caine t there- 
Ni economists are wi g the] fore are compe a t one an- 
Weather Forecast Germans say lose the war for them | other with tips. ; 
Lake Supertor: Moderate winds; | by upset! the wi price struc- 
today and ‘Thursday;  cooler|ture and wrecking the national 







































Coming Events 


K. OF C. BINGO EVERY THURS- 
day evening, 830, Club Rooms, 
Front Street. Air conditioned 
rooms, $75 in prizes. - Everybody 
welcome. P3-2 






It works this way, according to 
information {rom inside Germany : ann : 
CANADAS PREMIER NAVY BAND 
will ‘give ‘concert. at Belleville 
Sard, Bpensored ty Rotary club, 
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tips from occasional customers: _ Proceeds ; to) ald Belleville) Alr 
sev These tips lately have been’ ap-/ “Cadets. “Admission 50c. 
err fashington, May 17 — (AP) —/ stuffs and other consumer goods in} proaching. the magnitude of, bribes, : ‘M12,15,17,19,22 
and German  personages| The South African Legation an-| Germany. : SPL a Semone OT 
whom we wish to see removed is|nounced yesterday that. the 6th Ar-/ But lately shortages have béen de- THE. MONTHLY. MEETING” OF 
being give Spanish’ authorities. I mored division, the country’s most] veloping at an accelerated :rate as the Hospital ich. happens 
think the answer to the question powerful land force, has arrived in| the result of Allied air raids which for. May as it 1s” ~ Hospital ° 
is yes but I would like) notice.” “ Italy without mishap.” - have caused widespread destruction Graduation. Bek; M37 
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landed at Vadgo on Yaranger fjord]. ‘There was no Allied comment on 
on Norway's northeastern tip. °  |the Zurich’ report but it was  re- 
About 450,000 men, a large part{called Prime Minister warned re- 
of whom were Norwegians, were on|cently of possible felce alarms be- 
Other Prench forces moving west- ‘board, sald the correspondent, and jfore the real:invasion attempt was 
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munificence’ they may get slightly 
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SHORTHORN BREEDER DIES 


Caledonia, May 


holidays, o 

local committee or office 
with ‘farm labour placements 

f Farm Labour at the Capital 


even half days to assist farmers, don't fail to 


' do so this year. 


ur nearest Dominion Employ- 


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in the farming industry are this year 


vitally necessary to victory. 





For the United Nat 





food we need. 
services 


your city or town; or 
Write your Director o 
of your province; or 
Get in touch with yo 
ment and Selective Service Office. 


Consult any 
established to deal 


will be in the capable hands of MO. 
Your 


represent 
The chairmanship of the exercises 
i-| Mackenzie Robertson, chairman of 
This year the need is 

on the farms are even 


give us the 


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splendidly to Canada’s urgent 0 
If you can spare your 
If you can take steady work on a farm, 
means do so. 
HELP FARM PRODUCTION 
“TAKE WORK ON: A FARM 
THIS IS WHAT YOU SHOULD DO! ACT NOW! 


, AS PART OF THE DOMINION-PROVINCIAL FARM LABOUR 


THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS ISSUED BY THE DOMINION DEPAR 


on 
LABOUR 


LOAN 
STANDS 


FARMERS NEED 


FIGURE 


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FOOD CHOPEERS 
ELECTRIC FANS 
LAWN MOWERS 
OUTBOARD MOTORS 


Check ever your houscheld for items which you can dis- 


pose of witheut inconvenience, tarn them inte cash and 
bay more WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. 


FISHING TACKLE 


A NEW DEPARTMENT TO OUR STORE 
FLASHLIGHTS 
RE-SALE GOODS DEPARTMENT, OF. 


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_ for Cash any hardware items you may not have further 
tse for and are in goed condition, such as: 


FEERCOLATORS 


Re-Sale Goods Department and are prepared te bay 


“THE-CASH-INN” |E 


RODS AND REELS 
AERANGE TO PICK UP LARGE ITEMS. 


BRING YOUR Goons DOWN O8 PHONE 828 AND WE 














: ier adients se : wr SDAY, ‘MAY: 17,106 ~ ; : ees as ss ‘ ase re = : Se ee : 
- THE-€ IOINTELLIGENCER __ | of his-large ‘repertafre.. "This provided the RECORD: py 3 c508y Ed Rev 
EF a ntaniova ‘Tiendavs ane hetdaye| study the fine art ‘of -the/ Grama’ ; : fEER eS 
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cannot be looked. upon ‘as negligible in the} London for , five fights a day out} 
contribution it makes towards the nation-/of New York, five planes to fly to Moscow Saas 


gardening plan for yic gardens andjof tena’ day for Rio de Janiero costing} | 
ae spiced about $250 aplece for trips. These are 








go. 
bution in the food situation for the tthe Herald says that figures are} 
soatnes , fall and winter. becoming a little pokey as the other 
The world ‘has learned the value\of food|day Howard Hughes flew some 2,000 miles 
“and of the little extra of food and of in‘less'than seven hours and the Herald 
: . This d that in four years from now ships 
ts garden: hoe; ‘the spade ‘and all the will probably have been greatly 
ae Seaien tie Me Here is how the Herald puts it: 
into the open space of his garden where|“So in July 48 we may be saying, ‘Yes, 
he ‘begins the work of assisting the|we're taking that overnight plane to Lon- 
farmer to raise crops. , don. Thirteen pours but the meals are 
The appeal of the garden is one of the} wonderful and my wife - wants to have a 
most powerful attractions that ever takes!glimpse of Ireland even though we're only 








is reluctant td. desist from the healthy} plane. But I don’t mind poking ‘along on a 
exercise; from..the attractions of \the| weekend trip.””.-° - 

garden ‘and from the mental and spiritual| How long will it take the: after-the-war 
benefitsiof gardening in seeing things ‘of |days.to make the’ plane so common in the 
his planting grow into food fit for any-jexperience of the . péople that. it . willl 





































































































































































































YOU'D BE SURPRISED! 
By GEORGE W. STDMPSON, . 
Protected, 1s, by The George Adams Service. 


ancied yesterday T heard wil aire cw ite’ when ths [auth “loser foe erey "30" bas 
. Ww ic r ior 

ie pashan a yd eee ; measure is enacted, eae and gitis between 15 and. 16 or a 

A mother-robin on a tree | 


Saying: “Now. spread your wings with 


i on.” “Stars and Stripes” says that the 
4 word “immediate” is written: in above the 
other words of the line. This note had 
been-handed by the’ President to an aide 
for transcription at the Cairo Conference. 

























ployees of the crown. They were 
employed by private companies, al- 
though they were recruited by the 
government. 

















4 
| one’s. table..“At_ this time the amateur/assume the place it ‘seems destined to Force in England, ; 
‘ gardener can secure information aboutjoccupy in the lives of nations? 
r vegetable growing, can work a garden to : —_—_—_—— i A 
bring in a good crop for the season’s labor “War_and the Whale TEDDER, EISENHOWER'S DEPUTY 
and‘at the same-time feel he is aiding the (London Times) eect 
nation in’-its food effort. That is some- 
thing to be proud of and to appeal tothe Price ef Land 
} best in a man. . ee ‘The price paid for the land at the 
airport in Gimli, Man, was a topic 
revived during study of the trans- 
port estimates, Lt-~Ool J. A. Ross 
@O — Souris) sald 724 acres of 
farm land had been bought in 1942 
for $52,160, or $73 an acre, when 
h farmers: Owing: & iad teen, les 
+} . farmers 
| : Mr, William webster, Collector 
would weigh down lesser men. : i Mat the ambsting of the etiesiiie | ol Camtemac ube a DDI of Ties ioe suuaae me Gane 
exigencies of the time have called ; Board yo of peg gregaria Hae airport had proved to be one of the 
“mento the highest public tasks that men 5; f A Colored cheese were boarded: Ine | Hass Masonlo Lodge at Welling> | Siege. tho ein aia tee een 
can look to, Mr. Churchill to lead the great : 3 colored sold at 12 3-16 cents and | ton last’evening. had been questioned. He said he 
_ British Empire and fulfil the duties of one white at 117-8 cents and) Messrs. Ernest and Fred Bullen +o. full responNbility for the trans- 
on whom rests so heavy a load in his|are grouped in a descending scale through ; oe rer enee are: Dome, en: SbOrt, | action and was fire 
ore 
service to his: country and humanity at|tn. fin whale and humpback to the sel Bags sas: beceeeh: ginsent peared on 
large, and Gen. Eisenhower to lead the|~naie a small creature by. com The Citizens Dairy can now be ° 
Sate assault eae atoey ie" today fib and counting but six toa single blue-whale peapag ig telephone, The num- 
great stream histo toda though it often attains a length of over t 
centering upon a period of time in which| sp feet. sin uu ee 
ie copeee bes irtisictate 2 to etre It is'to be hoped that the diminution of|_ 
there pensa the schools recorded jn the returns for the’ 
iit world load doe mankind and mn ee, 0004, the ast avatatie wit] LONDON LETTER 
: prove ve been ei pe RET 
jand. There is such a thing .as the com-lsame time the. virtual extinction. of the By ALAN RANDAL ‘The education experts headed by 
f panionship of one ect alos and! Greenland whale, the Pacific grey whale, jenseten | —_ ae ie ee Aaa increases 
cout the fos nee calls thy inte ence and the Biscayan and southern “right|sor between $,000 and 6,000 full- 
e latter: addresses “the pal as iomafene oclics smreetts youth “morennent. end. hak ‘about 
“sir,” but not yet “Winnie.” The two get| E system fi 
: e thou familiar but by no means teachers; and that “nothing but 
y J.B, 
newspaper, stars and. S!ipes” whit HEM — Shakespeare, seat penatie of colar fan 
E also notes that one ‘of Eisenhower's - Nalr, Vice-Chancellor of Liverpooljpublic money wil] secure what the 
: Z ; University, to inquire into thejschools need and what the children 
q most prized possessions is a soiled’memor- educational set-up. and young people deserve.” 
H andum written by President Roosevelt to Under the bill, now in the course}. Before the war, the report sald, 
: Premier Stalin which’ says “immediate (Copyright, 1944, Edgar &. Guest) tie aower aaroer | toorine pace 
appointment of General Eisenhower to prospects, low salaries and no pen- 
command’ of operations has been decided ROBIN ‘TRAINING sion. It was recommended i 


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re WHY WE BLUSH 

Marshall me!” 

sourenlr. Well might. Gen, Boeahower -S20WNE full well her edglings small wh? ung S| Stat tt parc te 
treasure this souvenir of a most momen- Would, with the first brave effort, fall. ; Se 


in “Emile,” wrote: | body. ; 
tous time in the world’s history when a 

note naming the Allied commander was 
written by one of the great figures of a 
~ Power to the great Premier and Marshal 
et of another of the Great Powers. 

i The great chiefs are intensely human 
and get-much out of life in their meetings 
and in the course (of their heavy duties 
there are such compensations- which light- 
en ‘the load they are bearing for all man- 
kind. 












Three lessons more she bade them take: 
First, how and where a nest to make; 
Next, what of berries and of meat 
Robins, both young and'old, could eat, 
And lastly just what foes to fear . 

And how to sense when they were near. 











N. B., last fall. 

Mr. Michaud said the men were 
responsible for the quatters in 
which they lived almost all the year 
around. When the department was 


nothing.” " | frequently blushed to the waist. 
Blushing is the sudden reddening} Among the colored races the 
of the face, neck and breast as/effects of blushing are just as real 
the result of nervousness or excite-| but not so obvious as in the white 
ment. race. = - ‘ 

Certain’ vasomotor nerves Me} Many persons can prevent them- 
parallel] with each artery afid cap-|selves from blushing by the exer- 
and they contro] the dilation | cise of will power. 

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total of between 5,000 and 6,000 
: 24) 4 full-time workers. 
When she was sure her young could fly ENS oY” : Tt was recommended that the 


She said to them @ last goodbye. f ‘ ' : XS comparable with those Emotions such as shame, shyneés, 
On equal terms away they'went, ; f MS Adis Wayts Spon Training surprise, modesty, consciousness of 
To live the life their maker meant. DADY concEAL Fanon : ene 7 Weald be | sult anna ithe; lke) often sate. se inet 
She stored no food for them to find, Syeefitan FLOWING so t that. the ‘vasomotor nerves are | self 
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Sir John Martin-Harvey 

One.of the great classic and romantic 

_ figures of the English stage has passed, 
Sir John Martin-Harvey, who was known 
in-Canada which he visited’ with his com- 

__ pany. On one of these tours with his Eng- 
= lish.cempany, Sir John visited Belleville 

>» and-pleyed-in one of-the.romantic.dramas 








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No nest. prepared and furnished free, 
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weight, used that stunt of} © , 
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A daily duties the bicycle is needed requires 2 bicycle who requires a is -forea’ of transportation to: from 
to enable him to earn his liveli- transportation pur- bicycle for school or college, minimum 15 miles weekly. 
hood (such as delivery messenger, mes- poses to and from place sation tp and from place A clergyman, professional man or farmer whe 


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layed with v omployes of public ‘etticies). mum 15 miles weekly. mum 15 miles weekly. portation for the carrying out of his work. 


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You can order a C.C_.M. 


F you need a bicycle first decide if you —_for essential users, still the voluntary ration- 

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forth above—are you an A, B, C or D?. Prices and Trade Board, is being continued 
Go to your nearest C.C.M. this spring. ‘This will help to 
dealer and fill out a Bicycle relieve other over-burdened 
Purchase’ Application Form modes of transportation and 
and your dealer will deliver provide essential transporta- 
you a C.C.M. just as soon as tion where no public services 
one is available under your exist by directing the avail- 


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The New York-Pittsburgh game 
LORD. DERBY OWNER 


victory as Chicago Cubs’ wen 7-6. 
wes postponed. 


2,000 GUINEAS 


WONBY FAVORITE 


Writer 


The National League needed two 

Max Lanier’s five-game win 

on the hook until 

entered into:the books. It 

De completed when the, Phi 

it St. Louls in June. Until 
Swine! 


By JACK HAND 


Associated Press Sport 


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(KING of the WILD WEST) 


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WJZ—Battle of the Sexes. 


BC—Monty Woolley with 


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fl CBI —Georgian Singers. 


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BC—Connie Boswell Sings. 
‘Vic and Sade. 

CFRB—And, so the Story 


WBEN—Lowell Thomas. 


~7.00 p.m. - 
WGR—Gabriel Heatter. 
‘WABC—Prank Sinatra Show. 


CBL—C.B.C. News Roundup. 


—645 pm 

CBL—BB.C, News and 
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WILL BE CLOSED DURING Green : Pe 
“ bre brake \|vHe summer MoNTHS.|||- Mountains 
and S o ; my 
‘Toronto, May 17 — (CP) — Prices Partisans Liberate : ‘ Special Price to Large 














_ ; Growers or Dealers 


areas ie\Dalmatian Port 


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ATTENTION ee | 
. A * sax N 9 
ia ares Of Starigrad FARMERS _||BISHOP'S 
perme pt Loudon, May 17 — (OP) — Yuso-|| WE HAVE IN OUR STOCK||| SEED —STORE 
geod floors, good again ave: lbersted A NEW 12 Frest St. Phene 283 
oem Allis 3 
Chalmers 


ORDERS FOR CRUSHED 
~~ ROCK 


ALL SIZES — DELIVERED 
and SPREAD as Required. 


PHONE 2267. 


Model 60 










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phe Pajtisans, on the offensive in] | STATION ST. LOCATION 


Sy eeriaht an | TRUDEAU 
several thousand Nazis 




















MOTOR SALES |||.__!S YOUR CAR NICE? : 
tngten and, Prince Edward WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE 
BELLEVILLE HE ores "Open Til 9 





SUNDAY, MAY 14, PAIR OF BI-| poRNISHED 

focal glasses in leather \case; be- te. 

tween Bridge St. Church~ and) — " New York, May 17. (AP)—Wayne 
Find LIVESTOCK serving a3 35-year-to-llfe 





AFTER MAY 15, 1944, Any Person or Persons de- 
positing REFUSE of eny description from THEIR 
PREMISES (including lawns end bouleverds) ON 
{5 — CITY STREETS will.be CHARGED for the removel 
oe pateiers : PERSIAN Cattle 300, of scme-by the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 
*USED pein or i ee, ce Bridge. Pinder please Tae, WARREN BUILDING, OF BR. W. PROBERT,  - om ogo ues 
















“10 CARS AT LESS THAN $100. 


Are You A Mechanic? 


5 anon Pimples, Chaps, | om 
peepee alge oor weeks GHT PURNISHED LARG ee : Rar ar 
and heater, upholstering like new. . Bold at es hia aoe very little expense. 












West End Motor Sales 
weight 1500, Phone 442, ——— . 1% FRONT ST. PHONE 716 
calves Dressedweight: 
_say McKeown, Btirling. “‘MI7-3t| | Properties for sale tn all parts of) _“_| | Calves. $5-810 with bulk, between} $17.35, Bi 6A, dette liveredi 
COM, BICYCLE, #35, IN GOOD] co. Bldg FIVE ROOM APARTMENT,|$4 and $750, Hogs Were $17.65 for| rie,’ A $17.50, BI $17, delivered; 
tion, - 7 Btarling : B Wreiow| Belle con : Grade A and $1750 for B-1. Gows| Hall A $1740 delivered; London 
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Live POULTRY. HIGHEST 5 Mir 
“prices Prompt attention.| LADYS BLACK 
= Write M.\ Marcus, 153 James St.| taflored sult, size 
Belleville. Phone 248. % Bleecker. ~ 










THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED 
APARTMENT: FOR: OUR SERVICE 
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YOUR AUTOMOBILE, 
YOUR VICTORY BONDS, 
YOUR RIGHT TO DRIVE, 












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THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and “SATURDAY. 


just received a shipment of a few hun- 
dred and away they go on sale at the 
attractive pricewf only 59c for three 


pots ... supply was impossible... we 
we are happy to announce that we have 


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«Iondon, May 18 — (CP Cable) — 
Another conference of British Com- 
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the great|leading of radaf Instru- 

continued to ren-|ments, ete. spent the day reviewing 

expanded interests|thelr accomplishments during the 

attention in these |past year and laying plans for the 
concluded, future. 


During the course of thelr pro- 
ceedings many important items of 
Berea Howichek: to: ie: emaret PERS: Were 


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discussed, 
it] Among those present was a lead- 
th- ling American builder of radar, Mr. 
President of the Radio 
Association of the 
Among 


- ANNOUNCING 


The Prize Winners of the Slogan Contest 
rah eS § 


OF THE 


|SIXTH VICTORY LOAN 
Se eas 


“DEMOCRACY’S ‘YOURS—PAY FOR IT.” 


Second Prise—RAMON. WALMSLEY, 11 Isabel St, Belleville. 
“DEMOCRACY’S YOURS—PAY FOR IT.” 


Third Prive—BETTX FLYNN, 24 Queen St., Belleville. 
“BONDS—YOUR PASSPORT TO FREEDOM". 


| GROUP °B—SENIOR DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: 
First Prise—FREDERIC HUFFMAN, 291 Dufferin Ave. Belleville. 
‘SQW: BONDS—REAP VICTORY.” 


Second Prise—JACQUELINE COLE, Glen Miller, Ontarie. 
“BONDS TO-DAY—PEACE TOMORROW.” 


ANNE McLEAMING, Stirling, Ontario. 
ott Sastmren LEND YOUR DOLLARS.” 


. Third 


GROUP “C’—JUNIOR DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: 


First Prixe—JEAN E. FRASER, 105 Henry St, Trenton, Ont. 
“"YOUR CHEQUE CHECKS HITLER.” 


Becend Prize—LOIS ELMY, 14 Dunber St, Belleville. j 
“TO-DAY, A BOND—TO-MORROW FREEDOM.” 


Third Prize—MUREAY KRUGER, Bancroft, Ontarie. 
“ADD YOUR CASH TO COURAGE.” 


The War Workers of Deacon Brothers congratulate the akevs Winners, 
end extend to them, along with their prizes, their very best wishes.” 


|DEACON BROTHERS LIMITED. 


- 


[Beat UBoats 


Canadian. Radar 


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Splendid Future 
|Foreseen in. 


Sele ta not 
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Toronto, May 18 — Great praise 
for the Canadian Radio Industry 
was voiced by Mr, Paul Galvin, Pre- | tunes— ae 
sident,-Radjo° Manufacturers Asso- | Cult) moc the tunda- 
diation of the MInited States of Am- sourtale| A ieee oe rene. 
erica, at a banquet of the: Radio! puniic to sur 
Manufacturers Association of Can- r 
ada held*in"Toronto last night. Ga ohe Sse wl 
“Prom a civilian production of 12] 0,be 2p. te poster 
million dollars a year", said he, “to! of 9: ware e 
an industrial load now spproath- 

Ing 400 milion. dollars a year, the 


energies and forces effectively, and 
with great credit.” , 


Tadio in the present global strug- 
gle, Mr. Galvin sald — “Through. 
the relations of the various groups! 


da! within our respective military ser- 


ing in our factories have every right 
to feel proud of the tremendous job 
which they have done and ij 
In carrying their share of the bur- 
den of war, It should be our am- 
bition when we revert to our peace- 
time operations to become captains 
of progress. We who are at the 
head of this industry must assume 
the heavy burden of maintaining 
emplcyment in our industry, and 
this can be done only by leadership 
of the highest order. 

“Employment in the radio indus- 
try in Canada.” he sald “has in- 
creased many fold during the war 
period, and today there are over 
25,000 people employed in our In- 
dustry throughuot Canada. I am 
unwilling to admit that this high 
level of employment should deter- 
Jorate after the war, and every bit 
of thinking and planning that can 


be done to maintain the present|<© 


level is a duty which we carry will- 
ingly, although some time anxious- 
ly. We take pride—and I think we 
take proper pride—that we have 
been able to meet all the demands 
placed upon us by the fighting ser- 
vices of our industry. We have 
gone further and have met all the 
demands placed upon us to supply 
equipment to such of the United 
Nations ag required them to beat 
Oud enemies. We should look for 
ward with confidence to achieveing 
the same measure of success in 
meeting the postwar problems of 
employment and other things that 
will come. 


SSL 


Brophy, General 
dian 


Philco 
Canads Limited; Mr, W. W. Rich- 
ardson, Executive Secretary, RMA; 
Mr. &. J Crawford, Board of Gor- 
ernors, Canadian Broadcasting 
Corporation; Wing Commander C 
J. Campbell, MBE. Director of 
Signals, Royal Canadian Air Porce; 
Lieut. Colonel W. E. Phillips, O.B.E., 
DS.O., MC, President, Research 
Enterprises Limited; Captain G, A. 
Worth, Director of Signals, Naval 
Service, Department of National 


Glen P. Bannerman, MBE, Presi- 
dent and General Manager, Cana- 
dian Association of Broadcasters. 


2New Constables | 


Engaged For 
Police Department 


Two experienced constables were 
engaged by the Belleville Police 
Commission yesterday. They are 
Roy Doherty, of the Cobourg 
department and* Wilbur. volinssn, 
who is at present turnkey at the 
county jall. The engaging of the 
two constables was mace necessary 
to fill vacancies: made when Con- 
stables Wright end Taylor re~one 
ed recently. Another constable is 
also neeucd In tie wees e 

In the two constables selected 
both have had previous police ex- 


Cobourg Department =| 
Johnson was previously with the 
Belleville 


Polite Depattment before 
resigning some years ago to enter 
the garage business. Mr. Johnson 
is also a veteran of World War No. 
1 having served overseas well over 
varee_ years. Chief Probert. pre- 
sented six applications to the Com- 
mission 


. Members of the board 
include His Honor Judge C. A. 
te J. L. Lloyd 


Cameron, 
and Mayor W. H. Rollins. 
CHANGES ANNOUNCED 


4|BY PROVINCIAL POLICE 


Several chafges In the npel 


day, . Zz. 
been transferred from district head- 
quarters in Belleville to Napanee, 
while Constable Wm. McBrien, who 
is now at Napanee: will go to the 
Bowmanville detachment. Tratfic | 
Cificer Wm. Milton, Belleville, will 

post at. Lindsay 
in a straight) exchange of details 
with Traffic Officer Charles Siple. 
All transfers must be completed by 
June 15. Inspector Storey added. 


vices, and your Department of Mu~- 
nitions and Bupply and our War 
Production Board, a great deal of|c 
tnterchange of effort has been done 
to our common good. As an ally in 
this war. effort, you have had an 
opportunity to know what the radiq 
industry in the States is contribut- 
ing towards the cause of victory, The 
collaboration: between yourselves, 
the British, and oursefves in the 
electronic effort in this war Is great 
evidence of our unity f purpose and 
spirit. 

“To be the suppliers of electronics 
weapons is. indeed an interesting 
assignment for us in this- war. 


Twe-Way Radic, 
“The vast activity of our amph- 


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Orders for hand-colored portraits a¢ this 
special price accepted enly on presenta- 
len of this advertisement. As an added 
special offer, any ONE friend whe accom- 
panies you may also take advantage of 
this attractive offer. Only one’ portrait 
to each individual a¢ this tow price. 


OPEN TUESDAY, FRIDAY and 
Saturday evenings to 9 p.m. 


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Base England,” reads: “Germans { , 

in fields made the “V. for, Victory’ d rou 

pointed west in an apparent ete SEATS : 

Rates ippled Sean tam aoa Fectrees “Five Minutes’—and Nervous 
>, 9 x rae ber: or $-r pet stces oH PS ope { (Qattwauk Journal) 
from} - Dg the Brux ery . 9, ° S ° . . 

; t sil ths crew aeerebers reported that af The Germans say, “v's fire minutes to “Sometimes I wender if my merale is worth the effert I take te ae LAER FES 
2 workers in the fields Jumped for ditches as|2¢To hour.” They. refer, of course, to the keep it up!” ; : — 
fe. .... they made the ‘V’ sign.-- western invasion. And who is pervous 2% red | - . SURPRISED! 
st wil” be -remembered that many|20W? Not the Americans nor the British | while YOU D BE S oy 
|} stories’ arose in the last war, tales of|nor any other of the Allies. The nervous’ |} nm | pares By GEORGE W. STIMPSON ; 
a si ine ist a, tals of OE, 9 ||| . LOOKING BACKWARDS Sl) srt Tm Gore ane Sere 
& ‘Allied ‘soldiers who’ became lost! or were Where is the braggodocio now? Where} |i’ es x : ‘ 
) & stranded in enemy territoty. But, the fact|are the thundering tones of Hitler? Where |} GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF boast 
aaa tthesh leer aly are all those statements about settling the com- 
ie that! these .‘very.: same ‘friendly enemies’ 
. are’ the’ men™ who” are’ today fighting affairs of the world for a thousand years to ctahe. Co- 
- ~ against us. again, gives the le to their| come? 19tn 
eS sincerity. ops Lo there’are hund-| Germany has tremendous questions of their 
= reds of civilians in Germany who do not|™anpower, transportation and supply. ; 
a wish this- war, who never wished it, but She has problems within her borders, with 
© -* --this is.no.time for us to sit in contempla-|three million foreign, workers ready to 
“Hon of a dissatisfied race of Teutons ‘whojftvolt their enslavement at the 
> gre‘repenting® their part.“ in the world’s | “rst ty. And she is to have a ante 
its worst ‘holocaust’ and are ‘willing to help wall of.steel on all sides, as she had oncé aS, 
g. ? before. E called firet 
Emit to dom ee ee |) Germany is still capable of creating sree ues eee 
opnis coled'us once.. V great many new cemeteries in Europe—to library 
F rganis Face focled jus once. -Watch again! gud:to the cemeteries that her acts created a work that tcecriss’ ot 
u It is a good time, right now, to refresh once before. This is the sad fact. But she  . moenes pining degrees of: 
| _« our ‘memories of “the  right-about-face of |D83 not the power to win, and those who good ples printed on Tse 
ie the German’ nation, the German civilian|®re conversant with her problems know it. and three copies printed on 
a population. which, according to their |, This explains why Germany is the one Snvite Mer 
ee spokesmen, never™ had. desired the 1914-}¥D0 18 nervous now. . : At every “frolic”, the | newess| Pha copy in the 
ie: 1918 war: We are at war with these people. Rea Mi-s- Martin ed . Ernest Pascoe has return- eaveniins: ponataes ones do to Gee ee 
|; These Sire the.people _ who placed our own from Belleville. Seve eevee cace in tbe wave orca eter | enti te text is the 

ingenuetr “alk and inste - a ear beak is a 1,282- folio, 

Privileges “hot | permissi! were pial backer didn't get along. torether ee ee eee aensas and 

men in Afriea and Jtaly.In 1918 the Ger-|will help ‘himself at a “clothing cafeteria” SiN ger with spaces that were illuminated 

mans 3 to a complete set of civilian clothing of his) pyer. —— “and greatly 


own choice in cloth, color-and style: per- 
if the one ote -imperialism jfect'in measurement, first Glass in quality. 
| was lifted ‘they would be seen as the really| Authors of the idea are three Scotsmen.| 
{_ sweet,-harmless ‘and peace-loving people |All. were in the last war. They are Sir Cecil 


., they said they ..were. We fell for it, and | Weir, director general of equipment; Maj.- 





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ing program seen at any time in j 2 : ft,’ but each <baey (este 

; ‘until’ today when the Allied Na- stores. ‘ : . : the coxaes tate Street Preaching perience LS 
tions have, of, necessity , produced more Teady- right apr togy iagoane pee’ Ce eae ae | ; 
[arms qnd war equipmen | 3 cheese ere =| For U.C. Ministers | Students 
Ls ~ mans commence to rearm for world*con- raincoa dock, Mr. ——_———— Toron = —Ar- 
Be questsbut-theyafld itn an under handed| 2 maar. C.G. Biews commendation of ov Board ‘a For Farm Work 
e er, training their future Storm speak of himself}. Ald. W. 5. Smith. chat f | ducts Btreet, pokey anada, ‘Toronto, May 18—(CP)— 
. % 3 with ‘wooden and toy guns and ADB Eh prilosios Gereaee ot rmodaet Parts, is ‘citing for tenders for has reported to the nolice that © ae Ue penis recmumanti pre eS Ca tae ey dine sire 
é implements of war until they again attain-|maq ever shuns making himself the sub-| on Victoria Park for this sea-on. | belonging to hie seepedaugiiier Preachers of the United Church go|laren. director of the Ootass ¥ 

















‘The schooners G M. Pil coun: 2 out into the streets and parks to|Service Force, to parents and tea- 
‘ race ler | was the ter in reacts le with their message.|chers in secondary schools: to en- - 
& defy the: world. : Toronto, May 18—(CP)— Donald] The report will be submitted to the| courage students to spend at least 
iad ithe Germans thelr summer vacation in 
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McCrimmon, 61-year-old Brock-|General Council of the Church in 
ville, Ont., businessman, was killed 

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‘The .recommendation ts ‘cluded 


ta try.to appear:as the pppressed people of a| themselves who are out of favor with all 
in a report written by Rev. James 


regime ‘they never / ed to have; they /others.—Shakespeare. 









































































ry ‘cown. 
be are claiming that Hitler forced them to do pee oer me ind. FRE. the Duke of * Police Chief Hinde, of Trenton |downtown hotel (King Edward).|Semple of Belleville who also sug-| boys fe 
a ; r ee: Connaught, the Duchess of Con- town today. ts t ministers should use} yest the per crops expected, 
© it. ‘They dare not speak. outright in this JUST: FOLKS « isle Police said they believed he was/ gests thot, ty ine sincere and re-|said Mr. Maclaren who sald st Jeast 
Ls yo maturally,/3pbut this.“ hypocritical By EDGAR A. G . verent manner.” 2,000 ‘boys and 800 girls’ are needed 
i waving onof returning Fortresses is but a jUEST VEL PERMITS DOWN police as a ‘The report also refers to the 1941 immediately. ~ 
F - subterfuge which should be eyed with sus- (Copyright; 1946, Edgar A. Goesth North Bay, Qnt., 18—(CP)—The|known throughout Eastern Ontario, 
S 5 ge wet eirsts ‘ z drop tn the number of bush travel/was attending a convention of Ont- 
i picion.), The s same’ SOLDIER THOUGHTS permits issued this year over 1943/ario Tobacco Dealers at the hotel 
[5 again, supported ‘again’ ; tacit is viewed with alarm by officials}and had gone to bed early. : 
Ni mentalists, this tin It seems so simple to.us here! of the Department of Lands. and| Early today hotel employees 
t ok emai: pie to. : Forests. A suokesman for the de-|heard a loud crash and they found 

the tyrant... who We fight a very cruel foe, t said a traveller found in|his pajama-clad body lying 





on the 
first floor roof. Coroner J. Lou- 


; 80,000,000 It was.a-lie in 1928, and 
} ' people. 8, den sald death was due to a frac-]... 


it is even more,of “a le today. Just asa 
‘whole people followed the Kaiser, boasting 
of every victory, .ready to march victor- 


To keep the skies of freedom clear 

For everyone we love and know. 
We dare beyond our own content 
+ To cut a path through power and 


That life shall never mare be spent 
In serving such a fearful‘need. 


We do not talk in lofty phrase . 

On beaches and ‘in foxholes tight. 
Merely the joys of happier days 

To one another we recite, 
The school, the church, the games we 


bush without written permis- 
sion is Mable to'a maximum fine of 






Barcelona, Spain, May 18 — (AP) 
Press war 





Yeap the’golden harvest promised them by 
Ks their leader, so has a whole people followed 
fag the Fuehrer, hailing. the .savageries that 
have turned every occupied country into a 










months as a war prisoner of the 
Ttallans and Germans. 

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Mediterranean fleet and was cap- 
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"; ‘workers in the fields, but it is not wise for played, 

"the Allies to. permit them to alter that] ‘The streams and pools we fished for|many baities wt aca,” inchoaing's ish 

“s ‘Handwriting “‘with ‘their “hypocritical " trout; ' | particularly heavy air attack on the |! —-. b é ‘i Interior) Finishat 418 eo ee 

fe “symbols of friendliness and: overtures of] Tis these, when once the battle’s stayed, IML tepetne Fg pment de x : ise Wes nriens Pot BURT age nee 

' ‘remorse. The Luftwaffe has been beaten| _/ All homesick soldiers talk about. sd * It washes beautifully”’< : 

> from tthe skies and the infamous blitz-} Ask soldiers what is their desire Tee OA RR ESSE we 

bs krieg has been halted, and like a bully on And this they'll say: “Back home 

©, his back, there’are‘cries of ‘Uncle!’ being to bel 3 @ No—you will never worry about 

ye heard from the Germans. The fact that] Back to the mother’s food and fire, hand-marks or dirty spotson 

‘3 their leaders lied when they. preached the Back to the ones we long to see! - : SOFTONE fished etter’: phere ies 

fs gospel of a pastes race and -weltmacht| . Back to the life that once we knew —to bake bread lust right, use chins. Bat that’s nov ill. There is extra- 

Bee, ors not tees tne guilt of thoes wno con: OF talltvom daiwa to dusk sand then Fleischmann's FRESH Yeast _ Serkaad faakurelaSOFTONE Go. Sy 
the manner and method. Back to the hometown girls again! SST ce You'll turn to bread especially these dayd as an Pail seg : ntnpelece ive jours) ECONOMICAL Foasties 
) ‘The Allied’ Nations must not be deluded|. Z | PULICEWOMAN BEGINS DUTIES |, SFieatlal high-energy, low-cost food. It supplies ‘home new beauty with SOPTONE. b mony bonabel sheds 
again. It is notisense to. consider or even|*.‘‘So.keep the home place safe and clean;} Hamil oBiand ita Gne streteber for other loods, C Vv 
contemplate midss. extermination of the}, Be brave,:as we beteve you are ; fons first’ pst cewomnsas Murlel Previger pais: beoad (ot home—don'e tisk s0y FO LLWE LL SUPPLY co. 
‘German le-"The war isnot:being won| ‘Filthy the places where we've been. peat Tey! i mcrae been Gee : ead apr ; ? : 
for retribution ‘of this drastic measure, but} © Our ‘souls have suffered many a scar. Central Police Btation. . “ ms = ves such good bread every e, for . ~ : SUCCESSOR TO, ST. CHARLES ‘SUPPLY CO. 
some q retaliation,.some method : Former Children’s Aid Society no’s fresh famili 
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ughter of Bull Les, added: $10,900 


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Western Canada, were nominated 
last night for the plate trial, open- 
ing-day feature at Toronto Wood- 
bine Saturday, the event being & 
six-furlong race worth $2500 in 
which all starters are eligible for 
the King’s Plate one week later. 


Four straight winners was the 
Tiding record of Jockey Harty Pratt 
of Pawtucket yesterday at Suffolk 
Downs, the lst including two for 


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Lunt of Pawtucket, these being pat- 
ches in the Jamaica plain, a six 
furlong race, and sporting guy 
which took the second erent by 
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Canadian Sport Snapshots 


By SYD THOMAS 
Press Btaff Writer 


to, May 18 — (OP)—Aging 
weary race horses on the 
got a bdteak when the 
Association . in : Vancouver 
forthe dura- 

of a few 

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during 

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has been touring the west and re- 
newing old acquaintances. Although 
his chief interest. for 

with racing, he saya 


-count battle between 

lack Dempsey and Gene Tunney. 
jurand told Maurice (Winni- 
fee Press) Smith that modern 
& great break ‘for 
players, and allow them to last 
hhree or four years longer’ in the 


big time than they would have in 
the old days, 


+ Incidentally: 
PO, Bill Pedlar of Vancouver, 
former Canadian junior. tennis 
;champion, has been posted as miss- 
ing with the R.C.AP. over Burma. 
Bill, when 17, became the youngest 
player ever to make Canada’s Davis 
Cup teams . . . that was in 1939 
+ . « The Ontario Baseball Associ- 
ation, fighting the manpower prob- 
lem, will allow teams under Its juris- 
diction to import five players from 
the United States to bolster their 
Uni «. Att Prince of Mont- 
‘real is befleved the first baseball 
umpire from Canada's biggest city 
to make the International League. 
He filled in at a game in’ Montreal 
- » . how they can pick ’em! Two 
British Columbians, Stanley Dah! of 
New Westminster and Michael Ring- 
rose of Vancouver, picked. Pensive, 
Broadcloth, Stir Up to run}in that 
order in the Kentucky Derby during 
& competition sponsored by the Van- 
coliver Sun . . . Charlie Reith ‘golf 
professional and expert who writes 
® column for the Tribune, 


world to sink a hole-in-one was 
Maurice Regimbal, nine-year-old 
North Bay, Ont. caddy who did the 
trick: ini (1929. Aleo Duthie in: 1911 
Played two consecutive aces at: the 
«Vancouver: Country *Club, the only 
such case on record, Relth says. 


GROVE SQUARE 
HIS DEBT. WITH 
N. Y. YANKEES 


First Hurler to Shut Out 
the Champions This 
Season 


A'S BEATEN 2-1 
By JACK HAND 

It took Orval Grove a year to get 

even’ but the Chicago White’ Sox 

righthander today has squared his 

debt with the New York Yankees 

who broke his nine-game winning 

streak and ruined his no-hit -id 
fn 1943. : 


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when Joe Gordon's double spolty 
it, 

Washington muffed a chance to 


four-hit effort, 4-2. 

Buddy Hall's boot with the bases 

ded cost ‘s Athletics 
a 2-1 decision to Detroit much to 
the dismay of 28,535 fans who were 
trying to root the A's home for 
thelr seventh straight. 

Boston split two with the St 
Louls Browns, winning 5-1, behind 
Tex Hughson’s four-hit hurling but 
losing after a wild scramble in the 
finale, 12-8 By the split and De- 
troit’s night victory, the Sox 
plunged. into the cellar. 

Brooklyn might be last in the 
National League if the 
Cubs weren't putting up such 8 
strong defence, for the Dodgers 
stumbled into seventh position after 
bowing to Pittsburgh, 8-5... The 
Brooks came up with four runs in 
the sixth to grab the lead but the 
Pirates rallied with four in their 
half for an 8-5 margin before rain 
stopped the game. 

The Braves continued to get top 
flight pitching as Red Barrett 
tocked the St, Louls Cardinals back 
on their heels with five blows for a 
5-1 edge. 

Bucky Walters turned pitching 
to hitting and as a batsman 
cracked a double that gave Cincin- 
nati a 6-5 triumph over the Phils 
in a see-saw game called a moment 
later in the elghth inning because 
of rain. 

Joe Medwick and Danny Gar- 
della paced the New York Giants 
attack on five Chicago tossers for 
a 10-6 margin in a {ree-hitting 
game, 


——— 
| Yesterday's Stars =| 
+—______—_______e 


(By The Associated Press.) 

Orval Grove, White Sox—Handed 
Yankees first shutout of season 
with five blows, held New York hit- 
less until fifth. 

Bucky Walters, Reds—Delivered 
pinch-hit double in eighth inning 
to give Cincinnati 6-5 victory over 
Phils. 

Tommy Holmes, Braves—Boosted 
his total to 37 with double and two 
singles in: Braves’ 11-hit attack on 
Cardinals, 

Tex Hughson, Red Sex and Sig- 
mund Jakuckl, Browns—Hughson 
turned back St. Louls with four hits 
in winning first. game, Jakuczi 
batted in four runs and receiydd 
credit for Browns’ victory in night- 
cap, ¥ 


OLYMPENE 


THE ANTISEPTIC 
LINIMENT 


jwell known Bronx cheer. 


| Sports Roundup 


By HUGH FULLERTON, Jr. 
Associated Press Sport Writer 


New York, May 18 — (AP)—Over- 
seas sports roundup; 


Persian Gulf Command 


port: 
ing In the PG.C, has 
good in the last month or so. I 
took 22 boys on tour of the Com- 
mani. The camps we 
j did not have boxing - 
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left all of the camps s' 
ganize teams... The 
place that we can fight durin 
ran, 


cta:{Columbia opposed the suggestion, 
ejhowever, as did many other noted 

summer and that is Tehe It {s|physical educators including W. K. 

{nice and cool up in the mountains/Strelt, Board of Education, Cincin- 

where the camps are, so once alnatl; Dr. Louis R. Burnett, Director 

month x have to put on 12 fights,of Health and Physical Education, 

up ‘here, matching boys from all|Baltimore, and Dr. Jay. B. Nash, 

over the Command, The only rough|New York University. 

part about that is we fellows that|Theodore F. Lentz, Wi 

are stationed down in the southern| University, St. Louis, 

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Next Monday Best will tate 
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Colden's Alemite girls 


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England 

A Canadian Army cricket team 
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famed cricket grounds at Lords, 
July 20. . . The match has led to 
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Saniei ais J ‘The ultimate success of such » campaign depends to » great extent 


“on its organization. : 
As Chairman, I desire to péy, tribute and express my thanks and 


5 MI: PAST RAPIDO. 


By SID FEDER 
AP War Correspondent 
With the Fifth Army Before 
Sant’ Oliva, Italy, May 13—(AP)— 
French troops and American tanks 


Advanced Allied Headquarters, |. 


OF MVITKYINA | ee ea era 


Indian Army _ Brigade). watde Island trtually 
Throws c& Road’ 2: Wlock|ahia hands today "and. it, con- 


appreciation to all those wHO were associated with me and who 
Across Tiddim Road ee art finipen rtlahe cuenieelin’ over contributed so much to the success of the campaign. 


JAP DIVISION CUT OFF {#l the rest of Japancse-beld north- Again may I express to you my personal thanks, 











FIFTEEN RECAPTURED 

+80 to 90 P.C. of City Still 
in Hands of the Chinese 
Troops 


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(Associated Press Staff Writer) 

London, May 19. (AP)— Ameri- 
can heavy bombers and fighter es- 































































a resterra. ew Canes. J, J. Trudeau, broke inte the Hitler line fortifi- | carts, described officially as a strong 
andy, Ceylon, —|" Other possibilities resulting from scaauas - PENCER MOOSA 
Allied pair: ey ADA 8 Snel on the ‘iuland instudsd: Chairman, cations here today. force and probably numbering up to Piatt Press Staff Writer 
Facceciants’ bane penetrated te outs |e er rara, Couey iene Peational ips, Fence Commitee; Naples, May 19 — (CP)—British 1.00 planes, resumed the Allied aer-} 1 oxing say 19 —(AP)— A 
t guardian between the Allies and “ Hastings County, and Canadian troops, heavily sup-| tal offendive after a five-day lapse] chinese Army spokesman conceded 









today and struck at targets in the 
Berlin and Brunswick areas, 

‘The attack precipitated a running 
alr battle right across Germany to 


today that the defenders of the 
ancient city of Logang in Honan 
province were surrounded and com- 
pletely cut off, but he sald the 
Chinese still retained 80 to 90 per 
cent “ofthe city and were “deter~ 
mined to hold out.” 
It was announced that the Jap- 
anese who cut the east-west Lung- 
hai railway west of Loyang had 
joined forces with the invaders from 
Shans! province and in a further 
push had reached the railway from ; 
of Shanhsien. Thisitown ts 49 miles , 
from Tungkwan,:the gateway to the ] 
nocthueee at the Yellow river el- 
bot. 
Meanwhile Japanese troops rustl- 
ing. westward, sown, of the Lunghat 
rail line were declared to have’ ad- 
planes/vanced to s point 58 miles east 
southeast of 

‘The Chinese offensive in Yunnan ; 
province, aimed at junction with Pa 
Allled forces fn North Burma.and ss 
reopening the Burma road, is mak- ‘a 
ing further advanced along the Sal- 


ported by tanks, drove methodically 
up the Liri valley today as Allied 
forces assaulted the Hitler line 
along a 25-mile front. 










































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the town’s airdrome, it wag-an- |Japanese naval stronghold along the 2 
pounced ada crsina smarts woe Puu-| 3-Sided Assault Ma 
2 = pines and increasing bomber blows y 
‘The airdrome was seized two dayS!against the Netherlands East Indies. = . ain mrlilah @th Aimy, now 06 
won a rumiteak  mo Soeeuaere er| Bring, Victory Sooner [stm emai 
va! ent, gave . 
spreadihg its front line south of the 
Aino spor Sorry es reves nee 
— carved deeper into German moun-| 4 4 p_ Berlin has taken about 46,- 
Smuts tain defences. 000 tons of bombs up to today. 
porting the heaviest fighting in the 
centre, at Pon © and.to. the | eae or sirratt capcetclf wore 
dent” in the Hitler line at Sant’ 
Oliva but claimed it was “sealed 


skirts of Myltkyina after capturing|the Philipipnes, pounding Palau, 
ago in a surprise attack, It les two] A communique discloted today 
the attack started a week ago, ts 
While Chinese and American |roes of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, : a s The ensuing bombardment was so 
troops poured in to the field by alr) allied commander in the southwest an essimis 
= In the central sector Prench troops From the R.A.P. and the US. 
(The German high command, re-| “Channel observers said the par- 
southwest, acknowledged & “local 














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of its failure | country around the enemy's eastern |, Rocket : ers broadcast’ | ween river, the spokesman sald. 
pont died flank cut off the Japanese 33rd Di- |Dombers an Supporting that Chinese drive, 
The House |e ee uae “PACHNE ltbe tending boats American airmen attacked Teng- 


By noon Thursday, they had ; 
stormed ashore on  Insoemocr anese bases in Yunnan. “ Bet 
(Wakde) behind s withering bar- ; over the German capital itself. Chinese troops were capers 0 ' 
rage. There was Japanese pillbox i The American “heavies” last hit |Bave reached western slopes of the 


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information available. . formidable Kaoll running 

resistance here but not much, With- Berlin May 7and May 8. The}form range, | 
It- was, considered here tet eae equipment rae paral, in an hour the invaders had pinned ra theke role In Aoppoting In: | R-A-P.'s Mosquitos worked the city north and south between the Sal- 
most eke ore ie of Impha} at the bie enemy Ithe enemy defenders back against dian troops of the s&h over on Tuesday night. ween and.Shwell rivers. . 
failure ot te Liners arigred roadblock ig between that)wakde’s vital airfield. It was the Polish troops of feet sth It was the first sign of major alr One of these is near Mamien Pass 3 
to report the shootings last-ditch stand for the Japanese ‘ Army, fighting at the extreme right | *ctivity from Britain in six days. 40 miles “northeast of Tengchung | 
secrecy, which was maintained until whom, the communique sald, “our Array, Dighting at the extreme Hébs| as ‘the’; high: (eltiiode » armada |end’ the! clbet) tata the vietnity/‘ot | 
ihspecting officers o protect- troops are rapidly overcoming.” battle, fought to witht 1s miles of | SWePt acTOSs Europe the Vichy radio | Pingka, 24 miles southeast of Lungt- 
ing power visited the camp a month Possession of Wakde's airfield, p LORS, in ‘i's miles another alr assault onjing: The advance near Mamien = 


Pass brought the Chinese into the 
likely resumption of the attack on/Shwell river valley. which liesgen- 
the enemy's anti-invasion railroads jerally northwest of the Burma road. H 


the mountain town of Piedmonte, reposted France Belgt 
four miles west of captured Cassi- northern aoe aot 


no near highway 6, the road to 
Rome. : 










- after. the incident. 


the communique “will giv 
Before leaving for any operation ue said, Senge 
warned 


adequate air coverage over all of 
Dutch New Guinea and success of 



























should they be taken prisoner and the operation presages reconquest and airfields—was under way. The airline distance between. Myit- 
escape they should not resist ar- of the entire province.” French troops, following thelr! Thundered For Two Hours, kyina and Tengohung is only 6S 
rest. At last report, the invaders were capture yesterday of the village of] ‘The Germans said heavy air bat-! miles, 

















running against hea ortar fire Monticelli, four miles northwest of} ties were be: fought as the 4 

ES as they fought for the 4.100-foot grea Esperia, drove on toward Santa | Amertvan pletce’, pertln's “defences lon” nition trsabined: wtiny the 
London, May 19. —(AP)— Cyril|coral runway Up to that time, they Oliva, generally regarded as one of | and indicated that the centre of bat-lcutting of the Myitkyina-Bhamol- 
ver 40, war correspondent for|had lost only four men since they the strong points of the Hitler line.| tle was over Osnabruck where the |gichway and the severance of the 


Kemsley newspapers of Brit-|nit the beach at Toem. Twenty- Monticelll has been described a§| “heavies” bombed yards 
ain, and: Roderick ‘MacDonald, 32,Jeight were wounded. Thirty Japa- situated inthe’ Deart of the area | ust Gaturday’ im, the eonchading perpen indie marcia aime 
Sid nes led where the Hitler line defences guard | strike from Britain in the moffth- |" —rir (the ‘ Japanese) only Te- 


the edge of the Liri valley. long offensive. - maining line of communications is 


Smoldering, Smelling Remains | : extremely optimistic over the situ. - 
Of Hitler’s Loss at Sevastopol Seen 


; Article 50 of the prisoners of war 
- eonvention\ providés that prisoners 



















































* form: 

f International law sanctions 

: Micon 3 nitstteniehs nto, Nal ee: 

capes, eT, \ F 

5 y Bewley walked into a minefield 

3 That the escape might have been |. seteing his jeep to take ; 

~ made by tunneling. was hinted in|), teh d cover 
a letter from Pit. Lt R. C. Stewart Sispatch vai, cand hls: Aus: 

! of London, England, captured atter | ‘allan colleague was killed at 

» -he parachuted uninjured through : 

an apartment house roof during a 
































at the Italian front, it was dis- 
closed today. > 





Weather Forecast 


Kenora and Rainy River: Mostly 
cloudy today and part of Saturday, 
followed by scattered showers, . 
Manitoba: Cloudy tonight and 
Saturday with scattered showers. 










ation In western Yunnan. province 
and northern Burma.” 





Winner of M. .M. 


Ottawa, May 19 —(CP)— Nine 
new awards to members of the 
Canadian Army, for valor in the 
Italian campaign were announced 
today by the Defence Department, 



















' 
NEW A-A WEAPON 
Camp Davis, N.C. May 19—(AP) 




















raid on Essen was @ pre-war tun- 7 ° . . —The United States Army has de- | 

pelng exer, te wole copucaly| Germans Reported Massing [ransport lied Prens Stat Writer) | "We are soled (a pomeet pew vente am 
4 b ‘ (Associated Press Staff Writer) We are standing on a cliff about & new ani Cc 

that he was “getting his hand in r . Sevastopol, May 19. (AP)—Seven [35 feet high, overlooking the Black craft. weapon, the stratosphere 











again at his old Job." ° e miles from battered Sevastopol on|Sea. Behind us is the.dead city ‘of ; Piercing 120-MM. - 
nek . y of gun, .it was re. 
gona _crkeae,oeé-|\Planes for Anti-Invasion Thrust : the anc, “Chemoanes Cape | Sevstoa. Deuared ‘anon minys vet puters. War Depart, 
J :. the smoldering, smelling remains of | and bombs are exploding constantly, | ment Statement,said the gun has 
\ —__—_/ one of Hitler's a disastrous sometimes to cloak. Tn front Of a6 | et ey other oa ours more 
military operations of the war, view- |somewhere over the blue horizon is ;than any other gun now in use. 
Germans have massed gliders and|the German forelgn office gave no at least a six-month Interval be-|eq for the first time by any war|/Remanis, which was the German 
transport planes in concealed nang: saan 3 ; ers pleasuce Ds. has no | COmesPondent. see goal Immediately behing us is wha FETS 
\ , |ats_ along European coast in num! news and propaganda | piggs, f tm ins! ¥ chang regulations The beaten, shaken lemoral-| once was an alrf f - 
qpolowing arel the names, with of} sufricient to drop at least one air-|agency announced . in @ broadcast Pee aN Tatantey Come, | eflect on United States immisra-| ized German ‘army of the Crimea— Coming Events 
Langford, Patrick Wilson, Fit. borne division on Britain, the Lon-| from Berlin that the Nazl alr force} rseut. stewart Lynch, Vancouver, once 200,000 strong—fell back here . 
Lt. C1631, Capt. R. W. Langford don Daily Mail said today, assert-|intended “to smash Portsmouth,|o¢ -y ¢, - . for its promised evacuation tu} between the sprawled, drowned dead | CANADAS PREMIER NAVY BAND 
ing its information came from “ex-| Plymouth, Bristol and the docks of Military Medal Romania after the Red -Army|lie beached rafts—hopeless home| will give concert at Belleville °° 















United States funds {or one trip in 
a 13-month period or up to $75 for 
each of two trips. . There must be 








names’ of six R.C.AP. officers shot 

and ‘killed by the Nazis when they. 
= attempted ‘a mass escape from a 
German prison camp near 
with 41 officers of the RAF. 


London, May 19‘ (CP),— The ing turned back. The broadcast said 
































































































(father) 933 Hampshire Rd. Vic- egiate, ning, 

y 4 . cellent sources,’ i London” — ports it describes as 2 cracked the defences of Sevasto-|made affairs on which , hundreds , Tuesda 

Lorine : British authorities do not rule out| “bristling — positively crammed Set.” Rrness Winding,“ Dewsen, certifica pol, itself a smoking city of dead|tried to put out to Rolnania. Sard. Sponsored by ‘Rotary uu. 5 

See eer te eam Caife) 4g | tbe possibility of such » German|to the bursting point — with all Foputantat: Geter Gaon: where only a few bulldings are left]. Fifty: feet to my right ia a) Proceeds to ald . Belleville Air 
Chicora Ave, Toronto,” counter-invasion, The enemy troops] manner of invasion equipment.” lm aon standing. beached, burned out landing barge) Cadets. Admission 50c. 
















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See ies se wuidiam, Pit, Lt,| Might be assigned to knock out| DNB. asserted that “in these Havelock: Out. :Vancouver/0-:2-:: At Chersonnes Cape, on blood-|crammed with cotpses. A hundred 
TONIGHT AT 730 IN VICTORIA 


| 372M, M. R. Wiley (father) 1037 | Herve centres vital to the Allied war} ports the entiro Allied invasion ma-|oraea, Canadian Armored Corps. of tha sectn of tie ‘ome charge seit eransportvetices wat tikes 








terial has’ to be concentrated.” 


















Highland Ave. Windsor, Ont. Pte. (Acting Cpl) Angus Fonald of the light brigade is’ the grim,| sinister shark's fin. 
peklandy Beery iG tes aoe: Se hita eununt aon meanwhile, | Macleod, New Aberdeen P. 8. C. grisly story of another of Hitler's| For hundreds of yards along this eRe nit SaHE? CHURCH 
Kristian An oe : the Channel t ineluded ing the Allied preato of Eure oe =A S ; Py Gea Poussin camipelen errors of holding |cliff is the picture of many a man’s| SCHQOL. ll the families are 
wi James Chrystall, Fit.| buge six-engined Domiers, each] rope might bring about a quick Fin-|ouver, c. 1. G. 3 permit, except| "col Gen, Serge! Birinzoy, 4, fdr iperr itera fhe hea eel 


‘'ernham, 
Lt, 36144, J. C. Wernham (father) | capable of carrying 150 men. The nish peace with Russia by giving op- 








Pte. Van Thomas Ruck, Toronto, chief of staff of the Fourth Ukrain- blasting him to bits| BETHEL HALL, SUNDAY, MAY 
Suite 2, 270 Morley Ave.-“Winnipes. | Paper mentioned medium gliders} position parties sufficlenit strength C1Le } preceding fan arm 

I , ) y, sald 25,000 Nazi prison- and the cold sea on | 21, at 7 pm. 4H . Ernest 

Kidder, Gordon Arthur, Fit, Lt, | and Junkers 52 transports as also in| to overthrow the present Helsink! mabe ae ; ers were taken here but the mute Tatham with his Mornity Cheer 













310177, Mrs. G. P. Evans (sister) | the enemy array. government in favor of one willing 
Barnesdale, St. Catharines, Ont Like the Allles, Germany presum-|to conclude an immediate srmis- 
The R.C.AP. said next-of-kin of | ably is concerned with safeguarding | tice: 5 


‘WILL DELEGATE POWERS PHONE SETS aeat the apn scene Speitartin’ rafts the Germans 
MAKE NEW and prisoners the|put planks together With gasoline 

London, May 19—(CP)—Trial and| Wi May 15—(CP)—The ore 
the men’ have been notified and| her military secrets as invasion D-| “The invasion ‘looks imminent and|punishment of quislings and Neal War’ Protection F Board last night ii ooman = Infantry Divisio = Get eaten Saat ee them or Seen . — 
added that the list was issued to| day approaches. A Moscow broad-|may open the eyes of the lukewarm |collaborators will be dele- scribed as “immeasurably worse| But how many did get away?” |RUMMAGE SALE -- WILLING 
| “relleve any anxiety which might | cast heard here by the Soviet moni-4 supporters of the government, put-|gated by the United Nations War than Dunkerque”. This latest Cri-| “About 30,000," said Gen. Birinzov,| Workers. Red. Cross Group are 
*. be felt by Sar nex ete of other rena Serine DY has cancelled all|ting some trumps in our hands,”|Crimes Commission to government'| phone sets, with production to start | mean fighting ended May 12. “between April 4 and May %. Ta:s| holding a rummage sele in Chrt+t 
Ee = of the AP, who may ¥! to Jeave the Reich and Ger-| declared this source, a leader of the |of thelr countries, various sources! after June 1 and continue for athe But here it is’ before me. I'll try includes Romanians and Germans. Church Parish Hall, “Saturdes, 
| prisoners of war. mans reaching the frontiers are bee ! opposition. + | indicated last night. next, 12 months. to let you see for yourself through But remember, they had *200,000." May 20 at 2.30, Mis 


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< eer Spring Coats elther to the Stock Reom er “out of the store”. We 
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fraction of one 
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men are waiting for 


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Annual Church Parade 
£2 LODGE ROOMS, ON 
Sunday, May 21st 


ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO MEET AT 


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Regular Prices, 
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take a prominent part. The out- 
come of the 

the destin; 

cadets.” 


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H. TAYLOR, 
President. 


SERVICE. 


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ssrsescercee 156 


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Bridge 8t. W- 


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NEW ASSORTMENT OF SLACK SUITS ...... 


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men were killed and one seriously 
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Bead ot ojeade conte, Toei Me ike ote a | , ee araware 
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‘ ~ @Montrea] Gazette / “ 
“Peace with power” has become one of 

the aims emérging out of present exper- 
fence, Plainly it is. coming to be realized 
that: peace must not be left at the mercy|¥ 
of its ‘enemies, nor: must power be regard- 
ed as a prerogative of injustice. 

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which this extensive community srutte clsarty gui stated it quite plainly? 















































$ . May Lethe, 1924, May 19th, 1904. ¢ 
as d “ry: we = newspapers 

peg ty Me his-book “Leviathan,” "published in 1651,] | was foot | Mr. 3. Pater ‘Tomas ofthis [oud ts 
|. bers have worked‘long and’tirelessly arid sixty-seven years ago today and | city is superintending the judg- | CPO Min ’ 
s rf 7 known then. as George ing at the Montreal Dog Show [with pictures and the 
HD SME tae edhe Ped eee & Company. The sdver- and the Montreal Gamtte refers | Lobby Netes. the 
si , Which people * will remember . d tisement announcing opening as follows: “Mr. H. Park- | yor the first the It 
is the years to'come, long after the war is! (as Justice, Equity, Modesty, Mercy, and| of peapiiaceg pam ibalyared eS pattie won 9 t0 day 
i over and when the world and every part of| (in‘summe) doing’to others, as we would fasue of: the Intelligencer.’| the’best judge of cocker spaniels ze os, 
~*~. it will be enjoying * the - fruits of the war be done to,) af themselves, without the first store was located on | in Arsorion, hee: bees aeaite tthe Predident’s 
| effort. of the democracies and the part! terrour of some Power, to cause them to be| the east side of Front Street and | SUe0'ts thts tena of dogs 

a these nations have pla: Ms oe wag just north of the grocery | ~ a team of horses belonging to Benate have 
Ny Pp obsesved,: are-contrary. to our naturall 

Pe County Chairman‘Ald.'J, J.:Trudeau, of store now at the comer of Front | Mrs, J. Callaghan ran away on 

i had a very important ‘post to Stsees: and Vickoria: Avera -end Pinnacle Street this morning and ier 
| 40 and the campaign’s success is the wee toed. ca a dwelling hy thei] Btaraball former Believille bay. 

ime proof: how well’ he has. performed his Proprietors. Later the business | is now Jeading in the big chess 

Me duties. As ‘chai of general ae eel ee ee fournament, and (pide; fair t0' win 

a sales, Ald. Trudeat and his able committee fam’ McIntosh, and forty years | The Rev. Mr. Logie of Win- 

|. have earned the thanks, appreciation and (Chicago Daily News) ' BB dd hora ore k fore ct Pimpeg gir noth oder Labor 
> gratitude of {the people of the various} Back in 1857 ane: Samuel - Francis’ de-| “ atrs, Leitch, wife of the Rev. | Chureh on Sunday, a Eh 
i HD. Leltch of Regina, Sask, is 

be on a:visit to her parents, | ‘ 50 YEARS AGO s 





‘business treiningp acumen and enter-|item; but what really caught our ‘eye was 
prise which admirably fitted him for the|another item that appeared, about. the}. 







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county? chairmanship: and ‘the: chairman-|same time.: In the outskirts of Jerusalem | Avenue, has retumed home after | | Mr. Harry | Berry, who ls tn 
ship ofigeneral ‘sales; i © be it appears, someone dug up'an earthen-| em Cansds. Her daughter, Mrs. | office it Tweed is spending a few 
f  ARIRE, the cee siarmen who, havel wary veel containing 8. belt doven | Sra Datta ln a | “Sats ach ne 
Legale ect payrll saving td: W [beer werd" tne i| tnd ba ote Slee 
i leu, : . pres AM. sal Dow pn sale at the i * to, to the 
‘y L. E,McLean, directing Ries erie i Shame econ can Geman aeaen:s Anis: Nouhas. and Gees 
Be es, directing rural gales: and John J.|and drawn | com and they feel that the song will | Thrasher of this city have passed peep ey 
_ _Bruyek, directing urban sales and W. H.|ously’until-1944 A-D.? We'Shudder to con-| De,,populsr with the: musical | the examinations before ibe taw mands the 
"+ Ireland, ex-MP-P., and former mayor of|template the cataclysmic result. Col. W. N.,Ponton ami Mr.-| They are receiving the congratu- seerk jong 4 
by Trenton, representing Trenton; and others| x (eee Luciug Allen have gore to Mon- | lations of many friends. ‘Dyer, Russe 
fee , 3 2 | treal to attend the International | The Belleville cricketers were pbatrel fpr 
BS who have rendered: invaluable help in ‘the Hospitals for Horses in- Russia | Good Roads Cogrention, at | defeated at Campbeliford yester- and Phillips excellent 
=. ‘campaign. The salesmen were untiring in Giamilton Spectator) which they will beth deltyer, an oF one Gee Teconlavin<at 
Ig: their effort to do their utmost to Massassaga Park will open on,| posed the local team: Messrs. ch 
ie) Hastings County a banner ‘place in Mondsy 2th. The steam yacht’ | Cutler, Amold, T. & Clark, J. D. Skene: 
Bh roster of thi di “Where Now,” Capt. Ed. | Clarke, C. Armstrong, J. B. Wal- seeqan: opers, 
fe Gt) Shs 7; coun! visions 50 O'Rourke in command, will mun | lace, John Brasier, W. Thomas, ational sorties Dave 
might worthily represented regular tripe between’ the city | H. T. Thomas, Harry Smart and pa dertaken and comple 
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Air Force most heavily 

3 =: s Jess. Pree | jast night. many. <His 
ere cee coe sa a Whitehall Notebook or ae as 
“small measure «ot praise 1s due for his a pe er rentear fe 
SS emcient of this —_— By SYDNEY GRUSON effort was the same. the | Joint lta: Campbellford, May 
| ““TTorealize that. Hastings” County bas» SUST_- FOLKS" conten foem sete wei | es ea na” et meni | aa es 
» >. > yaised between $3,500,000 and 000,000 By EDGAR A. GUEST London, May 19 —(CP)— many when kicked by 
i \ in this effort is to understand gcemine of (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A: Guest) prot egg oh at marl or aut be | apa ies Wmic crtee "fee hatp attracted: a 
os amount of faithful work put into the “human . torpedoes" at a better % votion to guty.” brought him 
© \ campaign and the loyalty of the people of _'. THE FARMER : [ee tnceied guverasaans supp fo ser naa ea acer 
i these to .their democratic ideals.| Wish that I were farmer-wise,- and research of pen-| ay, % 

Trenton, Stirling.and the other As competent as le! : t 









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Reading weather from the skies, 

’ Knowing vine and bush and tree. 
All I know are cars and busses, 
City streets of brick and stone, 
Stuff some oracle discusses, 

Radio and the telephone. 















Safekeeping of Bonds 
f While Government bonds are in the 
ie minds of the people, millions having 
bought this premier security during the 
Sixth Victory Loan and in other loans 
during-the war, attention must, be called 
to the risk of keeping in the private home 
bonds which can be negotiated by anyone 
into whose possession they come. News- 
a papers have carried stories of thefts of 
hs bonds at various times and only on Wed- 
nesday of this week there appeared a news 
story in the papers: j 
“Toronto, May 17 —(CP)— Inspector 
of Detectives M. Mulholland disclosed 
today that $45,000 worth of Victory 
Bonds have been stolen so far this year 
fram. Toronto homes and factories. It is 
believed’ a gang of ‘bond © thieves is 
operating in the city. ‘ 
‘The latest robbery. occurred early to- 







workers. By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 
_ Capt, L. FP. Plugge, Conservative, 


gave the House s vision of the Protected, 1944, by The George Adame Service. 
future including the printing of z Bites sies Geni es 





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Wish I were as smart as hel A 
Wheat from barley he can tell, 

Knows the ways of-bird and beé, 
Knows where quail and pheasant 

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All I know: are'steel and granite 
Things and pavements heavy laid, 

And I go about this planet 
Ignorant of leaf and blade. 













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Could myself my needs supply. 
- Food and fire from field and tree. ” 
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Ltd., in downtown Teronto was:smashed ate would ech saga end ‘or three 

“Open and Victory Bonds vaiued at $2,050 | Wish on speaking terms I stood, prt bea! nadie 
Uwere taken along with War Sayings As.the farmer, night and day, exceptional| It is pate t 
Stamps: valued at $800 and $113 in| With my own small neighborhood, t and 
cash.” _ And with him in truth could say: Seer 
‘This:is'but one of the recent references| “Here with syn and rain and sojl, titles 


3 sproving- thé risk'that the} ~ Plough and harrow, hoe and spade, 
*And my willingness to toil, 


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‘ over Don Black, and Oscar Judd y Besalts 
ia clubbed two hits and. scored three| Chicago ....... 8. New York ... 4 
e times whilq going the rou! Boston ....... 12 Bt 
ii first time in Boston's 12- 
ing of St. Louls. 
In the National Al Javery 
: another IDE to hs tough lock we chs, clubs with playing material, but the Pobre pe 
“i Louis. Javery, who ha - : pendey oN ; 4 psi 5 the [playdowns in any series below thas iogerPaies 
z toetinne tee: Thurman Twdker,: Whi ee : ‘This year Secretary J. E. Shortt ‘The deal was 
rk uereeeaee announced today 12 teams had |mad ot the ¢ frets oe 
ae ke rat aete UT LMC Seey affiliated in the three local Ki-¥ | Sengraan Oa 
Griving in two runs fora softball groups, five in the Juvenile, ee eeomiae 
edge in the seventh. four in’the Bantam’ and three in|Nothing was expected 
Ken Raffensberger of the the Miiget series, All games wall|@hd he didn't disappoint, his. Sow 
A didn’t quite match J: be played on city school. grounsas |OWners when finished 


grounds on Wednesday ‘and Friday 
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Ee Rabe Melton of Brooklyn white , eo ge \ ounced he|follows:- 
. washed Pittsburgh for eight 4 es 4 oe (Javentle Schedule) 







Pridays, while the Bantam series 
games will be played on the same 
ee a ground diamonds on Monday 
une 2—Sea Cadets va. Sharks ./and Thursday evenings. 

June T—North End va. Air Cadets x 
Jane Mountaineers vs. Sea 
Cadets . 
June 14¢—AlrCadets va. Sharks 
June 16—Mountaineers vs, North 


End 
June 31—Sea Cadets vs. Air 
Cadets . 


June 23—Sharks vs. Mountaineers 
June 27—North End rvs. Sea 


Sports Roundup = Lee ee nce. |" tkaget. Sebedete) 


es but the Pirates got after him and \ : } oy: 4 get games will be played alterns~ 
ce reliefer Bill Lohrman for four runs i ; toria tively at Queen Mary and Queen 
. and a 4-3 victory before a man was ~~ / B Alexandra Schools on”Tuesdays and 


May 31—Air Cadets vs. Mount~- 





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Z London, Ont, Msy 19 —(CP)— Major League Leaders {| Doubles-Doerr, Boston 10. | 
© wan Osiee Dorel, onai —e Lota ter 
Public ° 
‘Works, said in an interview here | Whi 
yesterday London will “most like- 
ly” be headquarters for the Thames 
; River flood control commission, to 
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By the Associated Prees 
NATIONAL LEAGUE Spence, 
Batting-Walker, Brooklyn ..408  [Philadelphis 5: - : 3 
Runs-Bordagaray, Brooklyn 21 Btolen bases-Gutteridge, St. Louis 
Runs batted in-Schultz,. Brooklyn |7 : 
















































of flood control May 20—Untversal vs. Reliance: : 2 : Pitching-Maltzberger, Chicago 4-0. 
, |e i ato : : May 26—"¥” Juniors ys Knicker-| yts-walker, Brooklyn 40 - ——— 
-. {. DOROTHY LAMOUR - lhe adairemie ht ar May Se Fa Sores, [becker ab 30 Doubles-Holmes, ‘Boston, 11 SIGNED TO MEET WELIS. 


IN, 
New York, May 19 — (AP)—Since 
the be peep Lonsdale, the 
greasy sportsman, boxing 
folks have been wondering if any 
one will continue the custom of giv- 
ing belts to champions wno success- 
fully defend their titles th: 
+s « These awards have 
for over 100 years and in: 
only about a half 


May 30—Knickerbocker vs. West] ‘Triples-Barrett, Pittsburgh. 6 
End Kids at Q. A. | Home runs-Schultz, Brooklyn 5 don an LAP. 
June, 3—West End Kids vs. “¥"| stolen bases-Macon, Boston 6 
Pitching-Lanler, St. Louls 5-0. British heavyweight fistic title over 

AMERICAN LEAGUE 15 rounds here guy, 8. Mills hold & 


IN HOSPITAL 


Hollywood, May 19—(AP)—Screen 
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June 7—Reliance vs. Mt. View 
June 9—Swaco ys. Universal 
June 13—Sargents va. Optical 
June 14—Deacons vs. Corbins 
June 16—Universal va. Mt. View 
June 19—Rellance vs. Sargents 
dune 21—Corbins vs. Optical 
June 23—Swaco vs, Deacons’ 
June 26—Sargents vs. Universal 





















and active in other sports before 
and after his enlistment in the R.C. 
AF., PO. George Scott Oliphant, 28, 
was killed in England last Monday, 
according:to word received last night 
in Toronto. by, his wife, Mrs. Jeanne 
Knowles Olipharit..A product of To- 
ronto secondary schools, he starred 
the | @* middle wing for, London's West- 
erm Mustangs when they captured 
the intercollegiate football: title in 
1940, later playing for Toronto Ar- 
gonants and ‘Toronto R.C.AF, Hur- 
ricanes, Prior to’enlistment, PO. 
Ollphant was, teacher: at North 
Toronto’ Collegiate. Institute. |. ; 5 


Under the sponsorghip of Detroit 
“Kept thinking abou! Red Wings," the Galt, Ont, juntor 

that Penal! hockey team < will: operate in the 
ee OJLA. junior “A” series next winter 

A Eookle a Day ga “Red Wings,”/it was announced 
Augie Bergamo, Cardinals’ out- | yesterday; Players are already being 
flelder: Augie isn’t = regular now,|lined up by Fred Coz and Carson 
but with Stan Musial and Dan Lit-|Cooper.of the Detroit. club, 
whiler listening for Uncle Sam's call A See wen 
Although rejected for military 


service; Don ‘Savage has become an 
outstanding third-baseman with the 










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May 29—Bat Busters va Blue 
Devils at Q. M. 

May 29—-All Stars vs. Spitfires 





























“ By SYD THOMAS | 

/ Canadian Press Staff Writer 

Toronto,’ May 19—(CP)—To race 
or not to-tace thelr utmost, bet 
the question facing owners of horse 
New York Yankees, despite the fact | nopefuls’ for the annual King’s 
he. had “previously held down the|pinte, classic in, Toronto when. they 
shortstop’: position with | Newark) send their entries to the post for 
Bears. Sevage is afflicted “with dia-1the plate trials, an innovation in ‘ ters at Q. A. 
betes Ot  |the Royal Platter Derby. this year.) Incidentally: x sine Sac all SES 
f Previously the youngsters went All Stars v3. Bat Busters 


Bobby Docherty, conqueror of|at Q. M. « : 
chants we into. the plate running with only|Baby ‘Yack in the 1936. Olympic} June 26—Blue Devils vs. Spitfires 
Atbetiogn Assoviation: in drawing|track ‘workouts under thelr belt. |trials, has returned to his home in : 
passes-dnd tled for the lead‘in hit-|But this year they. will contend in |-Toronta after four’ years. overseas. 
ting two baggers. Complicd.a 324] special» preview. running, for @|Bobby and his two elder brothers, 
batting. averago with - plenty. of $2,500 purse. Where the rub comes. | Harry and Jack, (who was killed in 
clutch ‘hits’. /22"In 1639 Augis did though, is the fact that the winning | Italy) enlisted: carly in the’ war. 
not hit a homer for Columbus, Ga.|horse will pick up & flve-pound | Bobby won the Canadian‘’Army|. All games at 630 pin. — Seven|- 
until the last.day. of:the season but|handicap for the regular plate innings). " 
that-blow won the pennant by ajrunning, and jeopardize its chance 
half:game.: t «7 T |to cop the $10,000 prize money. 

‘The owners are reported to like shrapnel se 
$15,000 BEING HELD’ 
* them an idea how the bets should 


| Fights Last Night | 
Toronto, May 19 —(CP)— Royal|be placed, but they definitely’ don't : 


Canadian Mounted Police ‘sald|itke that ’five-pound .Kandieap. _|and the boys are‘due to swing into| » N°, Yams’ Scien Snane toh 
last night a. New. York broker who}: Chances “are,- the ofly owners /action any day now. ‘The ‘league 
was “del by officers \Wednes- | giving the ail-out sign to thelr joc-|has picked up a flock of sticks and 
day night men As ies ator te keys will be those whose ours hernia 20 Necro brs sticks are 
board a plane ith have only. an outside chance injon the way from Vancouver’... . *Connor, 
$15,000 in “Canadian curteticy in|the King’s Plate’ fixture. , Death of Babe Selbert's father, peel bee A Rodrigue, 138 
“[his ; poss on, , was “released early cast — Oliver, Seibert, leaves only five of] Puerto Rico, ¢. 
yesterday on Instructions from the| ‘Rhythm Rascal: the famous, Seibert family:.hockey'|* Philadelphia—Eddle. Glosa, 
Foreign Exchange Control Board at} Dave (Regina Leader-Post) Dry-|team living. The family helped put] Philadelphia, outpointed Walter 
Ottawa. The mans name was nov/burgh tells a belated story of yes-| Kitchener, Ont. on the hockey map| (Cabey) Lewis, 125 3-4, New York, 
announced. -. The money ls -being }térseason’s~ Stanley “Cup  finals.|pack in the days when the city lab-/} 6. Archie Wilmer, 129 1-4, Wil- 
held pending a decision of the|Seems'a devoted Chicago fan tum-|jored under. the “Berlin” “Moniker | mington, Del,'knocked out Joey 
Ottawa’ Board. i ed ‘up at the stadium for one of the Longo, 130, Baltimore, 1. 































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+ June 28—Deacons vz, Mt. View 
June 30—Optical vs. Rellance 
July 5—Sargents vs. Deacons Juniors at Q. M. 
July T—Mt. View ys. Optical NB — e M. - (Queen Mary i 
July 12—Universal vs, Corbins Q. A. = (Queen Alexandra 
July 14—Mt. View vs. Sargents School) tee 
All games ah 630 pm. — Seven 
July 19—Optical vs. Swaco. innings). i ; 
July 31—ReVance ys. Corbins @eantam Schedule) : a 
July 26—Rellance va, Deacons |# Q. M ih Ree 
26—Satgents vs. Swaco } 
Canadian Sport Snapshots )|.:2’: 
ca) ange ime. June 1—Spitfires vs. Blue Devils 
» Jat Q. M. 
games, toting a. steel triangle and/: June 5—Bat Busters vs. All Stars 
neighbors. The. mystery was sol-| June’ 8—All Btars vs. Blue Devils 
yed in ,the- second - intermission, |at Q. M. 
Texas” .was played, and our friend/at Q. A. 
used the triangle for the, accom- ht rc artnet va. All Stars 


July 3—Swaco va, Corbins ‘June 2—Weat Ind Kids vs. “ri 
July 10—Swaco vs. Rellance Bchool) 4 
July 17—Deacons vs, Universal 
July 24—Universal vs. Optical May 25—Spitfires va, Bat Busters 
; July 
the previous mark in 1938. July 31—Corbins vs, Mt. View. 

bar to the astonishment of his/at Q. a. 

though, when “deep in the heart‘of| June 12—Bat Busters vs. Spittires 

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CARTIER SEED OATS, GOVERN- to work OPR. : 
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96%. at six days. Harry Ketch- own success in ture, It advanced 10 cents to 40 in 
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Thulow. M19-St said that the cents were posted by Wright Har- 

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PREMISES: (including lawns and boulevards) ON 
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of seme by the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 


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By DARCY O'DONNELL  “ 
Canadian Press Staff Writer 


Ottawa, May 20— (CP)— In a 
since last 
ported 
White 


ctory Loan Hits 
All Time High 


within. eight miles of the 


Russian city, 
Vi 
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Dec, 26 when they were re; 


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TO STRAFE BASES 


Ottawa, May 20—(CP)—With re- 


suggested |The three-week drive for: $1,200,- 
{ members of the /000,000 officially ended a week ago. 


by individuals | f7O™ 
$629,708,000, 


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SARD PARTY AT ST. GEORGES, 


Conservative 


OPENING DAY BELLEVILLE 


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Tea cup 
DONT FORGET RINSMEN 


Members and their friends invit- 
Rev. J. E. Carson, of Edmonton, 
tonight, 
‘222% Front” 
Milk for: Britain, and Pag Fund 


Wednesday afternoon, at 2.30, in- 


Golf Club, May 24. Afternoon tea, 
Alta., in the .Standard Ch 
Coleman St. Sunday 7 pm. 


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BRIDGE STREET UNITED CHURCH FOR MORNING 


Sunday, May 21st 


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SONS AND. DAUGHTERS OF ENGLAND 


Annual Church Parade 


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TONIGHT—REGUEAR SATURDAY DANCING. 


ATTENTION 


#4 


_ AND ‘HIS ORCHESTRA 
Canada’s Newest Dance Sensation 


Mondsy 


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‘ SUPER ARRANGEMENTS. 
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AL INGRAM AND HIS TORONTO ORCHESTRA. | 


DAN 


TUESDAY, 
RUDY 


NEW AND DIFFERENT. 
ADVANCE SALE Tonight and 
ently. 


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Cold Ground: 
‘Two-part sing 
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Service Work. 


— GET YOUR DIME IN NOW! 


$10.00 PRIZE WINNER 
Nick Chaggares, 318 Front St. 
Ines for 


ORANGE TIN. 


GEEN—DRUGS 
$5.00 PRIZE WINNERS 
Irene Deyle, 231 Foster Ave. 
J. Irwin, 115 Front St. 


THE BETTER KIND 
in the 


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Sponsored by Kiwanis Ctub 


‘LOOK FOR THE RED BOX 


REMEMBER !— THERE'S A DRAW EVERY WEEK!. 


STORE 
* $20.00 PRIZE WINNER 


Helen Treverten, 317 Frent St. 


ic ‘sey 


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WEDNESDAY NIGHT 


ths Weets “DIMES FOR VICTORY” Winer {2 


‘McKEOWN’S 
OPENING DANCE 
TWEED PAVILION 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th. 
‘Betty Belden, 145 Bleecker. 
Chas, L- Hyde, 95 Victoria Ave. 
Sreate Botan, 3% Bettes Bt. 


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945 am—SUNDAY SCHOOL. ~ 


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6 pm. fe 1 pm 


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-Cerner, Church Street: and 


DIVINE WORSHIP AT 


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ANDREW'S. PRESBYTERIAN’ CHURCH 


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ST. 


REY. J. G.. HORNSBY 


945 s.m—SUNDAX ‘SCHOOL. 


REV. C. V. 


BETHEL HALL 


Cerner Church and Station Streets 
Hear Special Seles and Duets by these gifted Singers, as.well as 
& Gespel Message by 
C. Ernest Tatham, ?resrem Director. 


ALLIANCE TABERNACLE — 


Corner W. Molra and Coleman. i 
* 1000 am—Sundsy Scheel and Paster’s Bible Class. 


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. CHRIST CHURCH 
AYER AND SERMON. 


NESDAY—Mid-Week Prayer Bervice. 


| “Then Ged 8 
| 8.00 pr. 


OF 


the ‘Twe Ways.” 


REV. TELFORD & RUSSELL, Rectet. 
FENIN' 


“Without. the Camp.” 
WED: 


CHURCH 
st. — CHURCH , 
EMMANUEL #2 CHURCH. 
$2 Victorian Are.’ 


$45 am—BIBLE SCHOOL. 
+ 1L6¢ am—MORNING PRAYER AND SERMON. 


7.” 


Testimonia) Meeting First Weduesday of Each Menth‘at § pm 
THE PUBLIC {8 CORDIALLT Drvirep TO ATTEND THESE SERVICES 


at Footbridge} 


.SUNDAY ‘SCHOOL 1190 am, 


SUBJECT: 
SOUL AND BODY 


(1.0.0.9 TEMPLE, 371} FRONT, STREET) 


SERVICE 13 am. 
TUESDAY and THUESDAY NIGHTS, £.0 p. m. 


J. E. CARSON, will preach at 7.0¢ p.m. 


. 


CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE SOCIETY 


(Coleman Street 
9.45 s.m—Sunday School, 
1L00 a.m. and 7 p.m—SUNDAY. SERVICES, 


[ 


The young acientist who had inven:- 


FRIDAY, 3.00 p.m—Yeung People's Secicty. 


“10 pm—“THE TRUTH ABOUT BAPTISM” | 
TUESDAY, 8.00 pm—Prayer Meeting. 


11,90 am—“THE STANDARD OF THE SPIRIT.” 


at Big 


alumin: 


Economies 
per Shortage 
—Bir Mon- 


ligh 


lighter. than the: lightest umn; 
and much 


ting to $16 recently for fall iste)...” 


otras aera Lestat 


harder than the hardest 


/ 


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hay Trade 

‘By CHARLES - BRUCE 
Canadian-Press Staff Writer.) 
_ London, May 20 (CP) 


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Prince Edward Regiment, Picton, 


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— E. ALEXANDER, £, HOLDEN, Pasters. 


were fined $10 and costs 


Ontario, 
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BAPTIST 
| CHURCH 


AN 


CHRIS 


1200 am— 


11.9¢ am—DEVOTIONAL SERVICE, “God's Way For Us.” 


@ p.m. Station Street.) 


7.00 p.m—SALVATION, MEETING. 
Band and Sengsters will render appropriate masic and seng. 


~ GRACE CHAPEL 


THE SALVATION ARMY 


2.15 p.m—Sunday School. 


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FAMILY. SUNDAY. 


IN OUR FAMILY.” . y 
and the Church Scheel wership together. 


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INTERESTING SONG. SERVICE led by 


chesen by the mothers of the congregation. 


You are invited. te wership aa family. units. 


1.90 p.m.—UNUSUALLY 


Mr, - Jobson. 


‘THE NURSERY. in charge of Mrs. J. Blackburn, 
Bongs Our! Méthers Love. 


The hymns are 


B. FIFIELD 
of NEWFOUNDLAND, speaking 


.00 a.m. end 7.30 p.m., on 


'S GREATEST BLOOD DONOR” 


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945 am—Sunday School and Bible Class. 


Corner of Dundas and Albert. - 
Affillated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. 


EVANG. 


SUNDAY, 


“THE WORLD 


3.00 p.m—Sunday School at Point Anne Orange Hall. 
TUESDAY, at 8 pm—Bible Study and Prayer. 


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teaching. 


THURSDAY, at 8 p.m—Christ Ambassadors’ meeting. 


APOSTOLIC PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 


Every- 


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‘Twenty-seven millions ef American yeuth did not receive 
. Christian Instruction last year. How about yours? . < 


AT 7.30: p.m. SUNDAY: 
MORNING WORSHIP, <....c.ccscecscsesterree 


Corner of Bridge and Coleman Streets 


CHRISTIANITY AT THE CROSSROADS 


THE PASTOR'S SUBJECT 


SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS '............. 


, Rev. Ernest A. J. Wicks, Paster 


“Christ is the Pather’s' gift to us as we are the Father's 
: gift to Christ.” 


to 


Economy is‘only part of the story, 

ne |Of course; the number of titles: pub- 
exports—! 

surprising in- 


nel ushed in Britain ‘yearly 1s down 
too |gteatly from.the day of peace. 


bomb-blasted 
British; elvilans and ehiidren 17155 
in the rubble of devasta Saree 


saw the 


in 
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“11.00: am., 


, We ‘are’ devoting every :night next. week to 


2230 pm. 


, 
a edeevecscceucesceccs 


A WELCOME AWAITS YOU. 


J. Le ABBOTT, Paster. ” 


why net lay aside your temperal ‘cares and join us at. 


£00 pm 
CHILDREN’S HOUR, SATURDAY 


‘ 


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3 GREAT SERVICES 


COME TO THE VICTORY MEETINGS. 


eseronto. 


10.30 A.Mi.— 3.00.and 7.30 P.M. 


Under the auspices of Sub-District Commiltee of Eastern Ontario 


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Sunday. Bchool, 20'pa 


$00 pm—V.P8." | 


1.00 p.ma,—“AN INVALUABLE PEDOMETEE.”. 


WEDNESDAY, 


| 11.00 a—THE GOLD MINE ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE” 
FRIDAY, 


LEACH, Deserente. 


EB. P.: 


RALLY AT EVENING. 
~ REY. 


and Quebec District of Pentecostal Assembites of Canada, 
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New ‘York, May 20 (AP)—Dela- 


for 15 three-year-olds, 
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HUME ARENA 


WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th 
THREE. STERING BOUTS 


JOHN KATAN 
(Fighting Marine) f 
oy (New) Xork) wera ley (Syracuse) 
fiseeking recognition ‘as the Ne. 1 contender for the British 
: supporting : 


+ : ey Panther) vs. 
66 
TOAR” MORGAN 
rite SEMI-FINAL 
NICK ELICH v8. CLIFF BELL 
#frish Tom‘! COLLINS vs. Johnny Gyroffy - 
riges aud frout a successful tour of the States, “Fingers” Katan_ 
ADVANCE SALE COOK’S NEWS 8TAND. PHONE 74. 


neem 
“Baseball Results. 


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KILLER KATAN’ 
TO MEET MORGAN 
John Ratsny seating Cam- 


paign to the 
Canadian Title: 


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the Paler- 
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championship and although 
cessful in the latter venture he 


(By The Canadian’ Press.) 

Manager Jimmie Dykes of the 
Chicago White Sox predicted a tight 
race in the American League, em- 
phasizing, during an interview in 
New York last night, there was a 
matter of practically only five 
games between first and 

» The Sox 

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TJimmie Dykes of Chicago White Sox 
Predicts ‘Close Race in 


Dodgers at Pittsburgh for 


“Brooklyn 
Brooklyn where: he fs. to undergo 
speciali treatment. 


Playing duties. President 
Griitith said’ he oe to give 


=| Canadian Sport Snapshots 


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center, but he shows plenty of pro- 


Batting—Tucker, Chicago, 
Runs—R, Johnson, Boston, 22. 
Runs batted in — Stephens, St 


Toronto, May 20 — (CP)—Unless 
the weather Ontario's rac- 
ing season will officially get under 


b, SYD THOMAS 
Canadian Kress‘ Staff Writer 
Toronto, May 20—(CP)— Golfers 

have been with more 
than 


later introduced {n England. With 
pellets scarce as con- 


amouns. of zip, 
yard drives are possible with a 
good golfer swing the club. Of 
course, no mention is made of what 
result your average duffer. can 
achieve, but that may be better lef! 
unsaid, 

Another Gift? 

There's another Omar's gift le- 
gend in the making out west, Herb 
(Winnipeg Tribune) Manning re- 
ports. Omar's gift was the 37-cent 
filly of Pte. Scotty Kennedy that 
won the Winnipeg futurity and 
other gallops to establish quile a 
Tacegoer’s tale, Now Jim Jackson 
sight unseen bought a firee year 
old colt that had never raced, and 


mise for the future. 


Saturday Serenade: 
Jiu Jitsu experts at the Montrest 
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over,” he pp eget koheeiie are 
béginning to ahead to peace- 
time, There are a lot of new feeds. 
That's because there's plenty of 
money about and are 
a sound investment.” 3 
“You can buy a dog and put it in 
‘will run 


A‘ junior reporter who had ‘been jnext day—and: then tear your. hide 
warned to omit all -.superfluous | off.” oP was 
words of which :he was inordinately ee he's crazy,” insisted 
fond, turned in a8 follows: rMaybe, you're i es ned 
“A shooting tragedy occurred last | Jocko.: ~ met Frank iwife 
night, ir Tymel. Toren, a guest {at the station last season and he 
: : introduced» me to her. Do “you 
at Lady Crumley’s- ball, suddenly |know what 
took his leave, his hat and coat, né j ‘Honey,’ he says, “here's 
notice of his fellow-guests,. 0 
an automatic, and finally his life. 
Incidentally, his departure. from 
this sublunary: sphere.”=; , 


Seltball Siftings. -_: 


Lieut. T. K. Franklin, sports off!- |‘ 
cer of the Argyll Light Infantry, an-| | 
nounced yesterday the local reserve 

y units would, enter but. one 
in the Belleville, Men's Soft- 
op, this being an Intermediate 

The roster, of. the club 


one team out only 
a 30-game ‘schedule is necessary 
to be“through by the middle of July 
afd permit a leakue play-off, an- 
nounced ‘President: Jog Samain . . . 
Incidentally the Belleville’ Garrisom 
mushballers are seeking’ an exhi- 


than |bition~ game sometime’ next week, 


- » - Harry Kazarian, , 
key played in Galt, Ont, and with|* 


Montreal Royals last winter, has 
taken up a roving life on the Great 
Lakes boats. . . Dick (Skip) Paw- 
ley, star pitcher with the Halifax 
Navy Ball Club the past three sea- 
sons, has been posted away lear- 
ing the tars up against it for a 
headline hurler. . .The Niagara 
Palls, Ont. council decided to call 
off any sport event in the stadtum 
there the evening after the inva- 


it won the first canter in Calgary.sion starts, so a public prayer ser- 
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"Pierce Barbed — 
_ Wire Defences _ 
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_) -Of Hitler Line Now 
Outflanked 
24 MILES FROM ANZIO 


By NOLAND NORGAAED 
Associated Press. War Correspondent 
Naples, May 22 —iCP)— Cana- 
dian troops penetrated the Hitler 
line northeast of Pontecerce on 
the lower edge of the Liri valicy, 

" parbed wire entangle- |Only 60 Miles From Rome. 
ments, headquarters sald today. | German senitoromaens boat yer 
Ni May. 22—(AP)—Troops jing in fu counter-attacks" 
spies, May 77 uny, with can- (Pico area along the south side of 
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Pouring From U.S. 


LINE ESTABLISHED 
By CHARLES A, GRUMICH 


(AP War Correspondent) 


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airport at 10.14 o'clock Sunday 
night, after a 23-hour flight from 
London. 

He left Ottawa for the conference 
by air on April 26. This was his 
second Transatlantic round trip, as 
he made the journey in 1941 for 
? |conferences with Prime Minister 

Winston Churchill and to see Can- 

adian forces then in the United 


ministers, and other 
members of parliament, together 
with high officers of the services 
and senior civil servants, 


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NAZIS WARN PATRIOTS 


By NED NORDNESS 
Associated Press Staff Writer 


the invasion forces. 
A member of Eisenhower's staff 
the radio listeners:- 
Listen carefully. For some time 
you have been receiving from volces 


the struggle for liberation. 

“The supreme commander wishes 
you to know that what you have 
heard is in accordance with his 
plans and wishes, In due course, 
you will receive advice and “in- 


ould | sttuctions from the supreme com- 


90 and a Messer- 
after shooting down the 


fore the House. ‘This may be this 


wee! 

Norman Robertson, undersecretary 
of State for external affairs; Wal- 
ter Turnbull, principal. secretary 
and Ed. Hendy, personal secretary, 
were with the, Prime Minister on 
the return journey. 


BUBMA— Myitkyina one-third in 
Allied hands; tion of roads 
fanning west and north of Fort 

_ Hertz captured. 


mander himself. In the meantime, 
he directs you to continue to note 
well and to act on advice and in- 
tructions by speakers whom I in- 


can 
structions -just given you.” 


GERMAN LANES 
ARE DESTROYED 


N TEN SECONDS 


of . Oshawa 
Squadron Bags 5 
Nazis in Five Minutes 
Of Fight 


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trains near Evreux, northwest of 
Paris, 


Unsinkable Lifeboat . 
Adopted After.2 Years 
Of Hard Testing 

London, May 22—(CP Reuters)— 
An unsinkable Ilfeboat which ex- 
perts have been trying to sink for 


two*years has been adopted by. the 
as 


Shipping Company of Liverpool— 
was described by an exper’ from the 
ministry of war transport as “the 
safest lfeboat in the world.” 


Report Says Bulgaria Debating 
Sending Strong Note to Germany 


Geneva, May 27 (CP, Reuters): — 
where, 


note amounting to an ultimatum. 
‘These reports say that Bulgarian 
public sentiment, which previously 
has been apethetic, now is violently 
antl-German and against several 





Bombers Saturate 


Major Inland Nazi 

Port of Duisburg 
‘Sunday Night Raid [Been at, tte conttuence of the 
Carried Out by-750 


Planes Dropping 
2,800 Tons of Bombs 


HANOVER.- POUNDED 


By AUSTIN BEALMEAR 
(Associated Presa Staff Writer.) 


London, May 22 (AP)—The Ger- 
man submarine centre of Kiel and 
German fortifications in the Pas- 


tons of explosives 


nigh! Xx 
Hannover, a rail and rubber ceo- 
tre, and a German airfield in Bel-~ 
gium were other RAP. targets dur- 
the night while other planes, 
Canadian aircraft, laid 


in ruins. 
Described as “Heavy”. 
The atttack Sunday night was 


asive |described by the Air Ministry as 


“very heavy.” While Duisburg was 
being pummeled other R.A. aes 


carried out extensive mine laying 
in waters. frequented by enemy 
shipping. 

The loss of 30 night bombers was 
the greatest sustained by the R. A. 
P, since May 3, when 49 bombers 
failed to return from widespread 
attacks ‘multiple targets in 
Prance 


2. The U.S. 8th Air. Force raked 
Germany from the North Sea to 
east of Berlin with a force of up 
to 750 fighters and fighter-bomb- 


ers. 
3. The US, 9th Alr Force sent 


figh 

fire fighters flew mast-high 
intense flak to attatk on # half- 
dozen Nazi naval vessels sighted off 
Cape Frehel near St. Malo last 
night. 
Spitfires in First. f 

The Air’ Minis said the Spit- 
fires went in first and shot up the 
German ships, the majority of 
which were minesweepers. Typhoon 
pilots said one was in flames as 
they went in low to bomb. Obser- 
vation of the bombing was diffi- 
cult but one t reported’ a direct 
hit or a near Another silence 
ed the flak from a minesweeper 
with cane fire. One ‘Typhoon | 
was missing from the operation. 

Activity over the channel con- pobcea eal recor darth les Cioudy 

hout the forenoon to- | rowers. y. with occasional 

day with fighter formations sweep- | wrait, 
ing/ out toward the Boulogne and 
Dieppe areas as another retumed 
from Calals. 

Duisburg, the chief target of the 
night ‘raiders, is six miles west of 


D-Day Draws 
Nearer 


London, May 22. (CP)—Thous- 
ands of 


Weather Forecast 


Maniteba:- Partly cloudy tonight 
and’ ‘Tuesday with scattered show- 
ers, 


Coming Events 


EUCHRE TONIGHT — Oddfellows 
Hall, (Lower floor), at 8.15. Pro- 
ceeds “Quintena Rebekah War 
Work. Everybody welcome., it 

RESERVE TUESDAY, MAY 233 

Bazaar and Tea; 
leaders who are pro-Axis. 3.30 to 600, Mrs. E. Fairman's, 
Leading Bulgarian politiclans and}: 
militaryimen are believed to have 
politely but firmly refused a Ger- 
man invitation to Hitler's head- 
quarters, fearing that they would 
share the fete of the Hungarian de- 
legation. ‘ 
A Moscow report earlier today sald 
information has been received there 
that the Bulgarian government had 


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Proceeds’ to aid Belleville Air 

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Tuesday, 23rd May, 1944 


be 


All Equipment and Uniforms issued must be checked. 


Those members on Night 
Boom at any time during the 
‘Attendance essential in order that 
The new Commanding Officer will speak to the 
the Unit at the conclusion of the inspection. 


the 1944 Pay List. 


ALL RANKS: Ist. (R) BN, ARGYLL LIGHT INFANTRY 


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MAJOR B. C, SISLER, E.D. 


ADMISSION 


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the: ‘Then there was an- that” only one GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF that he believes he originated st. |e to put over the fact that be-. 
the singing of the song “For She’s uses an ice | | i eS the Royerotvers--were: dato 
Good Fellow,” which was taken up ; they were being done 

by clinging to a Carley float as the that se. ‘Deonle le were making 
good ship was going down to her grave on of the world. He felt it would 
Despite the F be quite right for him’ to. say 
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a young men to fight for the salvation of the find’ broad, a beaten 
= world for.democracy against the horrors though 

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the Allies in no uncertain style in Italy 
with the capture of Cassino, the destruc- 

of the Gustav line and the breaching full of ‘valuable medicaments that there 

of the strong Adolf Hitler line, with the was no room for vitamins. : j 

roles Of Germans ins re 

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& orislaught of the Allied Powers from west, : accidents, ea money wand wren GO po $100 
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Lt-Gen. Mark W. Clark came to 
the” beachhead , establish- 
ing an advanced command post and 
inspecting 'U. 8. troops on the 
of renewed battle, 

Battle of Italy in “New Phase”. 

“The battle tn Italy has started 
upon a new phase,” hi 
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By JAMES McOOOK 
Canadian Press Staff Writer ~ 
Ottawa; May 23 —" (CP)—Mem- 
bers of the Commons today ponder- 


@d the sober words of Prime Min- 
ister Mackenzie King—spoken a few 


moments after th 
welcome 


gave him a tu- 
to the House 


multuous 


— that the victorious end 
of the present war will not be the 


nadian 

fort and his renewed confidence in 
ultimate Victory in light of the “in- 
side” knowledge he obtained in Lon~ 


don. 
And then he added, slowly and 


“T should like to add this further 
word, and I do it as the result of 
what-I have heard and seen and 
felt. “ 

War Not to End Conflict 
of Classes and Races 

“I do not belleve that this war is 
going to end the conflict between 
the different classes and races of 
men. 

“The enemies of today must be 
completely destroyed, but forces of 
evil have been let louse in this world 
which it is going to be difficult to 
bring to bay. These forces of evil are 
going to continue to do their part 
in helping to destroy all that is best 
for mankind, I am afraid, for many 
days to come, possibly years to 
come, after the main struggle’ is 


over, 
“In all of our deliberations here, 
as I am sure will be the case in the 


Final Removal of Jap Threat 
In Brahmaputra Valley Announced 


Kandy, Ceylon, 
Pinal oval 


May 23 — (AP)—| Burma has been broken by mopping 


up operations around Kohima on 
the road leading to Dimapur, station 
on the Bengal-Assam railway 35 


today} miles:to the northwest. 
“Progress 


the India-Burms theatre during the 


‘The bulletin also sald the Jape- 


tions} and | considerable 


x has been made in all 
sectors of the Assam front against 
still opposition; and heavy casualties 
have been inflicted’ on the enemy 
equipment has 
been captured,” the review added. 


the commander of the British 
recent inspection ofithe feet at 


Exgresedby PrimeMiniserKine’ BFC NEGOTIATED 


he had been 
pressed with the truth that Britain 
held the gates of freedom for the 
world.. If she had not been given 
the support of nations of the Com- 
monwealth she might not have Been 
able to hold them open for ahe had 
been sorely pressed. 

“If these gates are ever closed 
there will be no more freedom 10¢ 
free men in this world, I believe, 
acre thousand years to come,” he 
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More than 





For once, the House forgot poll- 
tical affiliations as Gordon Gray- 
don, Progressive Conservative Houss 
Leader, followed by M. J. Coldwell, 
C.CF, Leader and John Blackmore, 
Social Credit House Leader, told of 
thelr pleasure in Mr. King's safe 
return, 

Before the House turned to fur- 


after" although he did not know 
the exact dates when they would 
leave Britain. Bs 
He had mentioned then to Field 
J 


Field Marsbal had to return home 
as his House was in session, 
External Affairs Estimates. 

Mr, King sald he anticipated thet 
within a fortnight he would be pre- 
pared to take up external affairs 
department estimates and have dis- 
cussed on them all possible matters 
telating to the meeting of Prim 
Ministers and other questions on! 
external affairs. 

-Agriculture department war ap- 
propriation estimates occupied the 
House during the afternoon 
evening sittings. . 

Agricultural Minister Gardiner 
said theré were «parity pricea on 
all farm products today and more 
than parity on most products. To 
ask for parity prices meant asking 
the government to reduce prices 
now prevailing. r 

It might not be possible to hold 
all the business for the supply °f 
food to the United Kingdom after 


(Continued on Page Five, Col. 5) 


Urge Each War Prisoner 
Receive Only One Lette 
For Each Week ‘ 


London, May 23 — (CP) — 
British Red Cross has asked rela- 
tives and friends of British prison- 
ers of war in Germany to work out 
some’ system of co-operation by 
which each prisoner gets only one 
letter each week. The International 
Red Cross camp visitors report that 
due_to the large number of letters, 
congestion has resulted and many 
are lost. 


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Farmers Are ‘Assured * of 
Market for Considerable 
Part of Hog Production 


MINOR CHANGES SEEN 


was no reason for farmers to worry 
about not haying markets for & 


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JON ON-100M.. |Tons Explosives — 
SES INBRITAN (Hit Enemy Targets 
) [Dover Weather | a 


New Invasion. Tension 
Grips Troop-Packed 
Britain As Cuts 
Made in Schedules 


50 TRAINS CANCELLED 


By JAMES F. KING 
Press Staff Writer 


ances 


after 


considerable part of their hog pro- yeater 


duction “for year,” Agriculture Min- 
ister Gardiner said in the Com- 
mons last night In announcing the 
negotiation of a four-year bacon 
agreement with the United King- 
dom. ° 

He said, however, that world 
associations had to be considered 
in any agreement ‘entered Into with 
the United Kingdom or anyone else, 
and @ factor in the future would 
be the considertion that the Brit- 
ish will not always be buying all 
the food they require in Canada, 
Mr. Gardiner sald he could give 
no guarantee of conditions five or 
10 years away. 

The Minister sald the new four- 
year bacon agreement had not been 
signed, and there might be some 
minor changes,-however, it was 


Canada in the next four years as 
she did in the last four years. The 

t would cover 1944, 1945, 
1946 and 1947, and the price would 
be 75. cents per hundredweight 


e {higher than that paid in any year 


before 1944. 

This would apply whether. the 
payment was made out of the Can- 
adian treasury.or by the United 


Kingdom. 

(Officials estimated that Canada, 
under ‘mttual aid arrangements, 
had borne more than 50. per cent 


000 poun: 

Mr. Gardiner announced last {fall 
that a contract had been made for 
the shipment of not less than 900,- 


000,000 pounds of bacon to the Uni- 


(Continued on Page Nine, Col. 6) 


thi 


“France is 

now, with fortified 
caded roads and. soldiers 
where,” the radio asserted. 
The Danish radio sald 
man military 

mark had 

main 


On the heels of yesterday's asser- 
tion by President Roosevelt that the 
Allies would strike blows at Europe 
from the east, south and west, the 
German-controlled Vichy radio as- 
serted: “German reconnaissance has 
revealed large concentrations of 
troops on Corsica. It is possible 
these portend an attack on the Itali- 
an coast opposite the island.” 


RAF Dumps 3,360 
Tons of Explosives 
On Brunswick And 
Dortmund. in Night 


35 PLANES LOST . 
By AUSTIN BEALMEAR 
Associated Press Staff Writer 
London, May 23—(AP)—Approzi- 
mately 3,500 Allied planes battered 
Hitler's Europe today in a day-long 


Lonffon, May 23 (CP)—A ‘lUght 
Stralt failed to ruffle the calm sea = 


brought the thermometer to 60 de- 
grees before 9 am. the barometer, 
which rose yesterday, ” 
steady through the night, 


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Elmer Keller, Belleville, Helps Hold the 
Germans OffForPeriodof 10Days "=== 


By DOUGLAS AMARON 

Canadian Press War Correspendent 

With the Canadians in Italy, 
May 23 (CP)—The House, or what 
was left of it, was called snipers’ 
cottage and a platoon of the irish 
Regiment of Canada . had lived 
there 10 days. It was the forward 

toon the forward 


his 
Attack Lasts 15 Minutes, 

The attack lasted 15 minutes witn 
a dozen or so Germans storming 
the house but their challenges to 
surrender went unheeded and they 
finally were beaten off. Only Cau- 
adian casulty was a soldier with 


pany jthe trio in the upstairs 


mi 

began to 

windows where Ptes. 

Humber of Newfoundland and Muc- 


-Jray Silverthorn of Owen Sound, /ley Oldham, 
ted Kingdom in 1944) and 1945. Ont., were on guard with McGowan. |signaller who did a 


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own fire and Humber wounded one|W. Mclsaac, Matiawa, 


The Canadians replied with their }Laderoute, North Bay, Ont; and T. 


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ORGANIZATIONS — Y.M.CA,. MEMBERS. 


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in France in the 

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S. War Dept. 


Probing Number 
Of Swedish Firms 


A number 


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~ nations. ‘They see that the upholders of 
the rights of freedom are such young men 
as their own city, town or hamlet or 
countryside has produced. The day brings 
the all-out service. for: country very close 
to the boys and girls—the future citizens 
of a greater Canada—it appeals to their 
sense of courage and self-reliance and it 


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power will be broken in Nazi-dominated 
Europe. Above the sword is a rainbow: s 
emblematic of hope, containing all the MAY 23rd, 
colors of which the national flags of the At eight o'clock 


Allies are composed. market square on a special train 


















ty . 

Y 

i ves jeans sounds. like modern 
i gives them a vision of what it means to be} “ne heraldic chief of azure (blue) | for Peterboro where the Regiment Pearly “300%, years'ago 
© 8 citizen of Canada. above the rainbow is emblematic of a | Will spend the 2th. of May. This in bis “Julius Caesar” 
x Empire Day. is an object lesson in citi- te and the morning the advance party left to | «4, of @ speech by 
if a state of peace tranquility, pitch tents for the sccommoda- | 12 wit eo to Kingston early to "me: 

S zenship for 15 shows how, and tn whet ways restoration of which to the enslaved | thon of the men. eee ete rn ot the United 
d men and women and boys and girls can) Doone is the~ objective of the United | Dt, 0A Marshall left thie | match with the xingston junior |and the 

y their Dominion and their ; morning for Winnipeg where he 

} serve express 


Nations. will attend a meeting of the Ca- | tis, wendereaters Jamies 
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ison trial and will F Mr, John ON, ticket 

i pee ee as Se te Oe eter oneateale al in spending a dew Gays 2 Pitney, PF. Weller,, ©. Rous, 
4 Empire Day is the day when the story of| Gno take part in the great Uberation willl”. Mrz Denmark and son, Joho, ot | ane value of Mathodut, Church 
>.” international relations and their impact|/be allowed to wear it, in some form or| Rimeck. Ses. are visiting | croperty in Belleville ig estimated 
e. - Upom every citizen rapt ee a a other, as a,mark of high distinction. They ; se eee ee aoe con 
3 Serdas pectoeming tik haamanity's wake: x will all be iwoethiy ot tt oes. iS ” ie $21,900; Holloway Street ‘Church 
poe MAY 23rd, 1904. 
bs These and girls in school today are : ' 32. Total for city $01,002. 
bi Bee cheek te thes mows aoehd anal tat Monty’s’ New Caravan On Saturday aftermon # foot- | Sidney Township church property 
"it means. No pupils have been more keen-| _ (Leeds Yorkshire Post) Sek Sane ee ares. 8-8 LAE 
i witted and in many respects the present reacted meeps ereeee : 
I day are more keenly interested than were |Second Fron new caravan which s 
| their fathers. has been built by war -workers in their Australian Letter 
fe They are the heirs of all the ages up to spare time as a gift to General Montgom- 

+ ‘this t hour of world preparedness to 


ery was made to his own designs. By J. E. HOLDSWORTH 

Judging by photographs it is again (Ce War ) 
mpire Day is a t day in the history|simple in design and equipment, resem-| gyaney, Australis, May. 23 —(OP|woollens. However, many 

of these younger ci as it unfolds the{bling a motor-driven horse-box. There are |cable)— Plans which it is clatmed |associated with’ the industry cone | 

‘Jessons of national life. two compartments, a bed-room with a tle-|wil have « far-reaching effect on|sider it will be unfortunate 1): 


Frosch Win in. Italy 
ppearing 


What this must mean to the 
. France can be estimated for the French 
‘forces’ are not only helping to win battles 
but are at the same time lifting the morale 
of the French four years under the 














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oppressor Hitler. 5 autograph 

France has every reason to hate the wSTarS. send i is 

German people who have twice in little (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A. Guests ¥ into the 

over twoand a half decades swept into news aver-tos 

France and made her bear all the sorrows THE CHIEF hae poms: Pgs tom 
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the battleground by the Huns, who 
escaped largely. This time it is still the 
case with France and all of if is under the 
oppressor, but Germany has been suffer- 
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raids of the British, Americans and 
~ Russians. At this time the French .people 
haye the additional impelling force 
making them hate the:Huns and that Is 
that Germany had made advances and 
gained support through Vichy collabora- 
tiin..Frenchmen will remove:-that. smear 
from the fair name of France by doing as 
the French forces. are doing in Italy, ‘de- 












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And bitter words on the end of his 
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- SQUADRON CARRIES UNITED KINGDOM WHICH IN TURN TRACES - REINFORCEMENT DEPOT. CANADIAN POSTAL CORPS.. 
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The chief has the salt of the sea in his 

feating the enemy. : 

~ © "Meanwhile the spirit of France must be|According to him, he’s been everywhere. 

‘rising steadily ‘with the tide turned} He may be old, but he still can fight. 

~ against the Huns everywhere. There can Fe 

ibe no ter joy. to'‘French hearts than to| He is wise to sailors; their.tricks he knows. 
, when © : If you think to fool him, he'll prove you 


Wrong. «= 
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are any available. I have only of the citizens from losses. The f Soy cin te & 
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Dot ten 5 6s 39 
men on shift. For the Mayor's 3 & is good coffee 
cam arg foes for Bells- and food. ; ‘ 
cen! ‘or Trenton 2 2 : 
The Germans were declared to be ‘ . 
‘or it is just double. I wonder if His 
bringing up reinforcements in Dal- As good as RED ROSE TEA 
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The purchase of 200 feet of 2 1-3|Mayor stated he belleved they were 
inch hose from the Riggs Motors | just squattera. Ald. Butler asked if 
at $1.70 per foot was 
and the firemen were given $50 of |stop 
the money received from Napanee. 
‘The clerk was instructed to notify 
the bus companies using the te:- 
minal at Market and Front Street 
to pick up passengers to secure 
Sultable terminal at some other 
location within 90 days and failing 
to come back tO/to do so the corporation would con- | the 


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&@ number of by-laws passed trans- 


corner, There have been a r ferring city . property. - before. ade 
journment. 


of complaints .respecting the use of 
this comer by the bus compaaies 
due to the congestion of traffic 
caused. =. 

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Just 75 years ago the'first Mutual Life of Canada represepta- 

tive began assisting his neighbours to gain’ the benefits of - ‘2 

low-cost life insurance protection afforded by his Company. Mins 
Since then The Mutual Life has grown steadily and surely. “ 

Insurance protection provided for Canadians has advanced : ‘ 

from $500,000 in 1869 to over $700,000,000 in 1944; and . q 

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the Manager of the Chamber of 
Commerce. The owner of a boat In 
the slip at St. Paul dtreet will be 
notified to remove the same at once 








Ald Woodley: “The Act has becn 
on the statute books for twenty 
years but never enforced but the 
present government wanted to help 


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the war. Britain had been taking|” 
















































labor instituted the 48-hourjand @ notice will be posted that the |80 per cent. of Canadian bacon * 3 a ape °: A : i 
week in industry, ‘The ‘Firemsus|use of this slip is prohibited. Ald.| products, between 10 and .0 per in death and disability claims, $120,000,000 in matured =. 2 
Union then requested the Attorney|Chamberiain explained that  the|cent. of cheese and from 70 to 80 endowments, annuity payments, etc. and ‘an ‘additional an 
fs General to ep the a end oe ry _ be sore Panett, q| er cent. of Canadian wheat mar- $89,000,000 in dividends to policyholders. 3 
ORs union b -: ~. | keted. TT aR Ya 
g i eee héur week. ere {along with the Mdyor and Chai:- : . . ° 
ty 3 ‘Sk mee hegre roll nue Ginraes | ment orewilanee ree fo to Toronto| “The demand for wheat is in- _ At the present time 180,000 Canadian families are enjoy- Y 
a etecpoce fasay familyTapeein ee oak SS eee en eo coca tierin per Deudcyal tattake wke-repet0] ooo Minne re ing the. benefits of low-cost life insurance in this “mutual” hy: i 
L) © for Sed to < : 
fast'/nad supply an’ Coergy stich and.” < taut of living: [pension scheme for’ civic ‘exployees| “WOW Britain for nlany months In company .. . The Mutual Life of Canada. 3 : 
Sourishing” 1 Ceunchy - munchy The governm: to enforce|with a request that the city be | ®vance storages of whest } 
the act but every municipality has |permitted to use part of the sinking that vounaye in this country at ; “ 
been given the right to bargain with {fund surplus to set up te past ser-| Present,” he - continued, ALIKE t different 
their own department.” vice pension. Ald. Clapp brought out| pre ror Foodstuffs for Britain - eee yer ditteren 


Ald. Clarke: “Perhaps they, would |that $35,000 would be needed and pes f 
like us to enforce the city by-law.” |§3,500 a year for operation and he! ‘The price for the foodstuffs for Life insurance companies are much alike as to policies 2 
“Probably all this|thought the city should handle the| Britain was paid for in part by the d but ul * 
when Ald.|plan itself but Af. McDougall| British government and in part by and rates, but actug}slong-term results vary widely. 


ted trip to|praised the Dominion government| Canada. The Canadian taxpayers Weinvite you: tual Li Canada’ 
Toronto.” plan as the money came from the/ were asked to put up sufficient of youRo compare The Mc Life of da’s 




























! «f personally acted |general: t. ew the price to make it ble to get record with that of any other company. Evidence of 4 

EASE : 5 fone increased production,» Pan csr : the satiafaction of Mutual Life policyholders is furnished E oe 

G Z year,” sald Victor Quelch (SC- by the ‘fact that whole families and succeeding genera- x 
pa sautual Sala: peovislon street ies : tions have entrusted their life insurance programs 

THE TRUTH 9 Mr; Gardiner: “We created $1,000,- exolusively to The Mutual Life, and each year about : ‘ ; Ri 
= = ones hetabcod ed thea bie pense ; 35% of the new business comes from our policyholders; 
Va\ es AN BS] |itoaiod to aitierent “poms | Have a Mutual Life representative explain the special 


where there was a very strong de- 
mand for it.” 

Everything possible © should “be 
done to see that markets were 
assured in various parts of the 
world for the food Canada pro- 

transportation 


features of this Company .;. and let him help you select 
a policy adapted to your particular circumstances; 


Make this Your Company 
by becoming a Policyholder 










THUS SOUNDS FANTASTIC, BOB. = ; 
/ YOU AUYE To AAY?S2 A POWD Fae [Mp fo é nil they gained 


f condi “ 
Robert Fair (8C-Battle River) 
said that in in 
Canada isn'timmunetothedread 
It CAN happen — but : Z 2 i 
peeda’t: Not if we Canadians to » , \Head Office: Waterloo, Ont. : 
support our screenees cy ie : 
trol measures to the utmost k eed hy : : 
« Gar bility. Never pay more thin 1869—75th Anniversary. Year—1944 ; 
he ceiling price. Never buy un- ‘ , °F 
do you aslong as possible, Even ~, Branch Office — 249% Front Street — Belleville, Ont, 
ifother people seem to be profit. ‘On as 8. BE. BURROWS, C.LU. Branch Manager, 
g that is i00's why assistance ; move. . J ; ata 3 
we should follow theirexample! q . > agin = WIGGINS, 

Cansda Gardin: D. G.- WILLIAMS, Belleville. C. H. BURR, Picton. - Bax Bancroft... -\- 
that. from “October, 11 to. March (R. GAMBLE, Trenton =, MISS A. M. RAYBURN, Tweed. : : 
31, 1944, the total tonnage. moved |, > 5 : 
was 6,775,146, worth $30,634,867, . |° 














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Satie Poo SI RRR ese ar | ~~ ANEW DEPARTMENT TO OUR STORE 
RUM : | ue Cc! TATA 

JRUMS “THE-CASH-INN” 

‘As o Wartime Conservation Measure we have opened 2. 

Re-Bale Geeds Department, and are prepared te bay fo 


for Cash any hardware lems you may net have further 
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pees of witheut inconvenience. tarm them inte cash and 
buy more WARE SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. 


BRING YOUR GOODS DOWN OR PHONE 820 AND WE WILL- | 
ARRANGE TO PICK UP LARGE ITEMS. 


“THE-CASH-INN” 


RE-SALE.GOODS DEPARTMENT. OF. 


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SPEAKS IN HOUSE Chungking, May 25—(AP) — Al-land atin Ottawa, May 25 — (CP) — G. N. 
Ambassador 


———— led forces besieging Myitkyina inj Zarubin, new Russian 
London, May 25 —(CP)— Both Burma be to position, | to Canada arrived in Ottawa today 
Germanya nd4 Jepan have been serv-islow’ but steady progress yesterday ly and received the welcome of a group 
ed with a warning by Prime Minis- peacetime exports. ofofficial government representa- 

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massive R.A.P.-R.O.AF. blow last |stern treatment at the hands of the With’ the Ambassador was his 
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ashington, May 25 —(AP)—_ program noted also it will place a |recrults.. . 
new strain on the nylon industry| Mr. Churchill defended Britain’s|the Burma road 15 days ago, fleld/ reserve fund. 
attitude towards. Spain and  the|‘lspatches. reported. The 
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* sky. calling that Spain has not lined up|{ront in central Chins, offering 110) own government, information Serv- 
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70 degrees. Visibility was|Gence that the United States Army capture of the historic city offers during their “free ride” home. 
after an early ground mist|may be laying plans for possibly Loyang, said fighting there was/The submarine attempted attacks 
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was drowned Tuesday night when/ count:— 

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- half/a century ago “the Queen’s Birthday”|_-” 


- New Phase of Battle of Italy 
- In the rising tide of Allied power over 
‘in the past days have had a notable part. 


‘very prominent place in the operations 


This is the message -the King left with 


his address, “With God's help we shall 


come through peril and suffering to 
happier times.” - : 

With the knowledge that theirs is the 
true course and that right is ‘their might, 
these peoples are strong unto victory. 


the forces of Hitler in Italy, Canadians 
They have been mentioned.:as taking a 
and as fighting. as a corps. against the 
Germans. 







The latest news that the beachhead 
troops at Anzio and the main body of the 


driving power of the new Allied offensive. 

to the British Minister of 
Information the Germans are now receiy- 
ing “one: of the greatest thrashings in 
their history.” 





be 
Prime Minister Greeted — 
It was an g sight in the Cana- 


dian Commons other afternoon when 
all parties united in welcome to Canada’s 
Prime 


meeting of the Dominions’ prime mini- 
sters‘In ancient London, where matters of 
the greatest importance to the Common- 
wealth and the: future of the world were 
discussed. 


The Canadian Prime Minister paid a 
high tribute to heroic Britain in the early 
days of the war. She had held the gates of 
freedom for the world and “he expressed 
the view that if she had not been given the 
support of the members of the Common- 
wealth she: might not ‘have been able to 
hold them open for - she had been sorely 


. pressed/Theh he said, “If those gates are 


ever ‘closed there will be no more freedom 
for free men in this world, I believe, for a 
thousand years to come.” Soe 
* Mr, King thanked the “members for 


, their expressiong/of ‘greeting. Though the 


struggle is going to be hard; yet the Prime 
Minister expressed confidence that “there 


can be no doubt at all as to what the ulti- 


mate outcome will be”—victory for Allied 


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Victoria Day 
Victoria Day or as ‘it used to be known 
is ever popular with the people of Canada 


though it is.’ forty-three’ years ago since 
ucen @igtoria: died ‘great. in years after 










meh re mend any treatment for their 
Stephen Leacock had written last spring : business. . eb terse? Fe: 
his final message to the graduating cjass|’ = Prank Dolan, poytire era o 
pare,” bs wrote in the pete which poe Ea : ramen of se they_ otek 
“You are,” Ww 
was written while he was ill, “going out 
from McGill into what is commonly called 
‘rude world’ under very special circum- 
stances and at a very critical period. For 
just at present the: world is particularly | Wiliams, Meagher, 





speaks of a college “as a queer place full of 
freak characters and odd activities with 
alternating aspects of drowsy inefficiency |. 
and alert effectiveness; a queer.place but 
it gets there just the same. If alk the world 


A does, 
then the world in the words of the old song 
‘would be very well then’.” He told the stu- 
dents they could use s McGill degree as 


ies, of wistful regrets and a biding and 
justifiable pride. It .will serve to remind 
you that you have not really left college; 
no true graduate ever does. In the first 
eagerness of life’s struggle the college 
: Army. have ‘jolned is proct of the semen behind and but little thought 
ground of life loses its color and its inter- 
est in favor of the deeper background, 
your memory of college will rise before 
your mind in an outline as deep and firm 
as that of some ageing picture which a 
garish illumination confuses and a soften- 
ed light revives.” ; ‘ 

Stephen Leacock has left with McGill 
students and all those who came under his| , 20m, children, unt 
attention an influence’ for the true object 
of education of life. : ip tye erst he 










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tions carried ao venatend: of. on Henin or Meal 1 z D 
intermissions; vanity al 2 basses . UNES on S| SALTE 
rainlles nacheten sli lone gives oo no er {g called the Spatari ERY Biss, La, | PEANUTS 

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your generation to try to make it/ Cherry{ Daley, Galagher, Rice; san Comaines : eoomenpe 
His challenge to the graduates} Purvis and Kelly. with @ life size pic that 
was to “make a real’ job) of tin the best| ,,Mlss Nina Yeomans of Toronto, | se which ill be bun abe 
traditions of honor, courage and decency.” leader of the class of 
Leacock with characteristic. humor eight years. 


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barring any direct evidence ‘to the con-| of citizens spent the day ie, | MY. 13, Rosin, ab Gentle All-Bran kee me ) 
trary and even now you will find that your | where. ployed in Mr. W. Pint . ps ar 
degree is accepted practically everywhere Mesere. George and | Harvey esi lara rong “You bet I think iahelpful | do, if your coostifation is doe to 
as absolving you from any test. for illiter- Leryreayton ity carried otf aes jn bee oe for constipation. It sare helped me. | lack of “Bulk” in the'diet. Simply eat 
acy except as a mere matter of form.’ of prizes a reaicaed events — ai Senay You se I'd been doting myself for aoe : aod 

Mr. P..J. Wime. of Montreal | Tsintances. in town | Tee nee drink plenty of water. This whole- 

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ORDERED TO STAND BY 


London, May 25 (CP)—German 
editors last night were ordered by 
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eating ALL-f Bite) | Working “bulk, and prepare wastes 







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cereal or in several ALL-BRAN muf- 
fins, Remember, ALL-BRAN is a 
cereal—not a medicine Get it at_-_ 
your grocers. 2 handy sizes. Made 
by Kellogg's in London, Canada. | 






















of the nature of the announcemen:. 
HIGH RANKING ITALIANS 8HOT 


London, May 25 (CP)—The Ger- 
man radio said that Italian Al- 
«|mirals Inigo Campioni, Governor of 
Rhodes who formerly was Vice- 
Chief of the Italian Staff, and Lingt 

Governor of the Bland 
of Leros, were shot yesterday by 
decree of the Fascist Court at 
Parma. The two were accused of 
offering no resistance to the Allies 
after Itallan peace negotiations, the 
-jradio report said. 


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ernment. . 

He announced that he had invit- 
ed Gen. Charles de Gaulle, leader 
of the Prench Committee of Na- 
tional: Liberation, to visit London. 

Editorial comment on the speech 


. Some papers commended it as a 
the ‘London |* 


brilliant. survey. But 


Sims Greater Shows 


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Kiwanis Blood Clinic Bene- 
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Club Blood Donors Clinic together 
with the Sims Greater Shows. 


* Toronto, May 23 — (CP)—A group 


“jot United Church of Canada mis- 
in and 


HARRY HORNE’S 
ASSORTED 


CUSTARD 


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NESTLE’S 
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GREEN BEANS ‘3c" 23 
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ONIONS U.S. commercial grade 3 19 
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crating ‘cattars at ta tal ears be elght minutes including a parade isnip yesterday in 29:37, with Tp. O. 
piming Katan's shoulders-well to Fine Weather of athletes and ceremonials for the |J, Marieau of Kirkland Leke a close 
the’ mat. The rest you know when annual Victoria Day track meet second, Seventy-five soldiers com~ 
Katan took oe, with a Ideal holiday weather marked |Of the Phage naw ead —— peted. 
ence: win e third the opening = ~ ah — Pacey pa Helene neon prod 
. ing season Le 
TONE-RAY aan ee eens oe pron oer Swi Bowling Club pried |“°*™plonship with 14 1-2 points. IR i will ha 
RAY tee the human ramrod from New York |tr'the season's 1d with a Victoria} coring his third siceeasive win race a cy Don oeade Baseball Results battle the 
; Day mized jitney in 10 days, Pagan owned by yesterday was reins 
POLAROID, clip on .. $1.95] jone Cite 5 ae meat. Thirty sic players making Xtewards of the Jockey Club at INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE wal be 
OTHERS ot .. 75c, 50c, 25¢ I ema pom pe ee thats New York. He was No. 1 rider in aon Hs Lage et 
on’ eoceee 
: the |perfect in playing condition, Rochester ...00. 17 12 clare 
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THE DRUGGIST at |p ah Mires Weobeor third. tn tals at New Hamburg, Ont, on Vietorla |otnore’ co. 1013 Foe 
PHONE 138 ted | bracket with = score of 27. In the Newark ....00s00 
coe game iaek group Col See Wednesday Resalts 
was firstiwith @ score of 30 and the winner of the 2.20 pace, taking 
Mrs. F. Douglas second with = score outfielder Lou Pick to|the second heat in 2:12 1-4 for the | Toronto ..... 4-9 Buffalo ..,. 1-1 


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Rochester ... 8-2 Montreal .. 6-9 
Baltimore ..... 8 Jersey City .. 1] Unicorn 

Syracuse-Newark postponed. 
Syracuse % Saltimore OQ) the 
Jersey City .... 5 Newark ..... 2| Hes yielded 
Montreal ..... 11 Rochester... 10/ten and walked 


Canadian Sport Snapshots 


By SYD THOMAS know what's in store for them until NATIONAL LEAGUE of Lefty 





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Toronto, May 2% — (CP) — They : ’ ‘see; every - Blue 
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Gillette Razor exectly and pros 
tects you from the irritation 
of misfit blades: One reason 







Pittsburgh ...... 15 1 
Philadelphia .... 12 14 
ccocawe 13 16 
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prospects 
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(Play-offs.) summer is out... Gillette is precisely centered 20 

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: ; ‘Timber Toppers: E. Ketcheson - that the blade’s edges are. 
The Roll- our. ~~ P 453; T. pay ary J. Cook 405; R. Nomads C e eesssee 3 Philadelphia . ra dotihe oe exactly parallel with the razor 

-own iBest Be A300; 3K. assbairn 5662270. : tur Cineinnati-New York postponed, | park, or . 2S case may 

y' FS: ; Pick Ups: J. Moore 460; P, Lee ap BL Louls-Brookiyn Seipeind: on the day of a game. guard and have just the right 





ssl; J. Patrbalzn 838; F, Davie 470; First. Place In 


Bowling Loop 


Perennial winners of the Major 
“B” bowling league at the Recrea- 
tion Alleys the “Nomads” captured 
first place in section “A” again this 
year and will now meet the Blacks 
meats in the league final play-offs 
for the championship and trophy 
at Recreation Alleys. 

The results of the financial play- 







degree of exposure. Your 


razor breezes through your 
whiskers. No drag! No pull! 







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St. Louls ........ 18 18 
Washington .... 16 4 
Philadelphia .,,, 15 15 
Detroit .....60. 15 17 
Boston .... 1 





























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New Yorky>Chicago postponed. Twist.” but when the 
Tuesday-No games. - |ysis came, ath stood up te 
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Incidentally: ‘ 

It's the same old ditty out on the 
west coast as far as lacrosse is con- | #419. 
cerned, New Westminster Salmon-| Just Us: 2839, 2715, 2585, Total 


$139. 
Goodrich: 2784, 2674, 2826, Total 



















8284. 

‘ SAECO: 2390, 2560, 3168. Total |here. 
stingy with the batters in a soft-| 8118, 

ball game as he was with-hopeful}] Timber Wolves: 2607, 2600, 2289. 
scorers in the N.H.L. last winter. He }Total 7881, 

Corby: 2382, 2703, 2473. ‘Total 


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Prankie Hayes, Athletics— Clip- 
ped Walt Beck for bases—loaded 
home run in Philadelphia's 8-4 
triumph over Detroit, his second 
the grand slam of season, 

The good folk of St. Kitts won'teven| Rip Sewell, Pirates—Held Boston 


to six safeties and helped own 
cause with pair of double, driving 
in three runs. 






= Gone for Chicken Wire 


Joe says, “Yes, sir, this year f'm right 
into it. Got the best little victory garden in 
our block. It’s a real breck, after office 
hours, fo get out and garden. Never knew 
c fellow could get such a kick out of this 
bock-fo-nature stuff.” ae 

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how the budget is going to get a break TIRED FEET : — 
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GALA OPENING 
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blanking Phils with five blows, fan- 
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and friends. At home, in camp, and overseas, Coca-Cola stands, ‘ 
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@ GOOD TIRES. . . 
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Here are A Few of Our Stock 
1941 STUDEBAKER 4-DOOR CHAMPION. 
1938 FORD COACH, 60 HP. 
1937 DODGE SEDAN. ; 


‘Bateman Motors | 
DODGE & DESOTO CARS DODGE TRUCKS 
SALES and SERVICE SERVICE STATION 


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MERCHANTS along FRONT STREET and other 
Streets‘in the BUSINESS SECTION are requested 
NOT TO SWEEP DIRT, PAPERS, etc., from their 
stores on to the sidewalk and then on to the paved 
street during the early mornings. The streets are 
swept at 6 a.m. every morning and in order to keep 
them clean your co-operation would be greatly ap- 
preciated. . 
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destroy your property. . 


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Phone 99. - House Phone ether 









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A young ormy moves forward. } Forword to woge-wor agoint! weeds... 10 create havoc emong 
potato bugs. Forward to pick and prune and spray and. pack.: Forward to man tracors . -. to mill pt 
cows... to hoe in the ho? sun. | ‘ s : refuge from the Allied invaders. 


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ol thom’ one and off. ., gallant youngsters who pitch in to o hard job with the same rousing enthusiasm soo ono ts Ales to acne yd Price Feocclisccsocsacedsdescnensacesessebssbaccn fesmee Priced to clear s.cscccocseesstescceccnssceeceetense 
; they lend to sports meets or swing sessions. a tons before the war, and operation ; 
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No Estimate : Yet 
Of How Heavy the 
Casualties May Be 
Says Minister 


_ STIFF. RESISTANCE 


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_ By LIEF ERICKSON 
(Associated Press Staff Writer) 


Pearl Harbor, May 26. (AP)—Ja- 
pan’s aerial weakness along the Ps- 
clfic highroad to Tokyo overshad- 
owed today the devastation left 
by American carrier planes in & 
dual slash at Marcus and Wake 
Island. 

Only two.Japanese aircraft ap- 
peared as fliers from a Task force 
gave Marcus a two-day currying 
with 148 tons of bombs. One was 



















willing to enter the war if request- 
ed to do so dy Britain and the 
United States and if provided with 
new supplies was given in rellabl 
quarters today as an aftermath of 
Prime Minister Churchitl's astate- 
ment Wednesday on Turkish neu- 
trality. 

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held, but from a well-placed source 
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eto shot down. ‘The other was des-|supplied with 300 planes and 400| control of the volume of capital ex- nal ata G help get the war over sooner.” 
in the troyed on the runway of the tiny|tanks . The same sources express-| penditure by varying interest Taine |¢ fala beara aes lecpemntain alan ia 
fsland, 1,137 miles southeast of ed doubt of any immediate Turkish Paper being employed beauty shops 


entry into the war because the/ governm proposes set up & 
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Tokyo. All 
wave the No enemy planes were seen at| apparently did not call for her to in- 
of the Wake where the Americans pour-|do so. 
the re- Unofficially Turkish leaders re- 


two-day toll of enemy peated past claims that British 
Weiclas in nitachs Pestentiay on tw ‘ promises of war equipment had not : Excise 
been fulfilled and added that the Gen. Somervell ssid American 
sum of £20,000,000 (about 90,000,000 railroads. “are short” more than 
AERIAL—Pre-invasion alr offen-|199.000 men, and many other tn- 
sive from British bases dwindlesjqustries™ already are below the 
because of bad we&ther; Italian- medium inanpower they must have 
based planes continue offensive. jto do their essential part tn she 
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cific fleet, made no mention 
anti-aircraft fire at Wake. The|*™0% Of their requirements. 
Americans lost no planes there.|Reallve War is Lost. 

Your planes and three men were 

lost at Marcus. The attack there} Washington, May 26—(AP)— The 
started a week ago today and con-|Office of War Information reports 
tinued Saturday. : that the Germans and Japanese, 
‘The Japanese had almost nine/realizing this war is lost, are “try- 
months since Marcus was last hit/ing to spoil” the Allied victory “and 
to build up its air and ground de-|prepare for another try at total 
fences. But the absence of plane | war.” 

strength ; allowed the filers to 
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Lake Superior: moderate to fresh 
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today and Saturday. } 
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moderately warm today and Satur- 














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= Failure of the Japanese to pro- Williamsport, Ps, May 26. (AP)—| day. 
° : duce « single plane at Wake C8D-/saiq Wednesday the United Nations fi blind dog} : today 
. S. White Says Govt. Employee [ier tor cary ‘in the ctl Yompetay Se caus Nats sn auctioneer abked fot 6 8] and satureays 
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RUMMAGE SALE, COLLEGE HILL 
Women's Group, Saturday, May 

Zith, at 7 pm. Christ Church 

Parish Hall. M26 







Si "ieteaine ‘coer inmad io mike any rot nid] mani rca, yaaa? marves suit ot ot MI First Canadian Soldier To Enter 
Pontecorvo Found Town Empty Shell 


appeared before Wake © Island 
Wednesday and carried out air at- 

By LYNN HEINZERLING them. : hold a rummage sale on Satur- 

With Rich when he entered we: day, May 27th, at 2.30 p.m. in the 


tacks. It claimed 30 attacking} war on the side of the United Na- 
planes were downed. tions. /- 
This {s an outline of Axis pro- 
Sgt. Frank G. White of Montreal 
and Pte. Hache Ryckman of Grande| Conservative Hall, Front St It 


pegands work which O. W. I. offi- 
8,000 Japs Killed —— 
Anse, N. 8. RUMMAGE'SALE AT SALVATION 


cials turned over to members of 
the House of Representatives sub- 
Ps committee on appropriations: 
In Manipur Area They found an empty town. Only) © army Hall, Pinnacle Street, Sat- 
ze ‘ a few German slender piles of am-| wurday, May 27th. at 10am. It 
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a total of 8,500 Japanese troops have | ists” who swarmed into Dantzig, the building had been cleared of its} for Blood Donors will be held on 
been killed in the Manipur area in|Sudetenland and the Polish border end already | contents. Sunday, May 28 "from 9 to 11.30 
northeastern Indis, where heavyjregions in the 1930's now are re- : There was only one complete pane} am. New donors, and. those 
fighting’ was said to be continuing of glass‘left in, the entire com-{ whose appointments are overdue 
in the Bishenpur sector. southwest b- | munity, sald Lieut. W. ©, Watson{ will be welcomed. All must’ ab- 
Howe. | of Imphal. ‘ of London, Ont, officer of a pio-}] stain from fats during Sunday 
‘A communique declared the Japs- -|neer unit, breakfast, 26-2 

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Allied troops continued t0/ eroress in a long time. : 

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Mam Curtis, Tweed, assessed ten 
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against the German defences on which|many of the people, fooled by this display Wake altchel ds nob mM 

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history of the world. Alexander the Great, : ON WACER 
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armies but none of them could approach (Copyright, 1944, Edgar A. Guest) —_ 


within measurable size of the gigantic 


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has taken several years’ to build/itiup:to| ‘xmperor Hirchito—cCvews Item) 

the mightiest fencing lores Snr se ren 

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superiority of power because he had pre- *Speae a6 evil of the dead!” 

pared. very far in advance on land Now to men instructions come: 

and in the air but he has lost this in the “Say no evil of the dumb!” 

passage of time which has”made possible Censure not the little man 

the development of the great Allied Who is Emperor of Japan. 

armies, air fleets and navies. Call old Tojo what you will 

_ Hitler early struck swiftly. He was But of Hiro speak no ill.” 

deep in North Africa, he was deep in : 

Russia, he was deep in Italy through the Hirohito’ 

machinations of Mussolini and his alliance Hate me tee Sin na upon. 

with the Germans. But he lost North He wears medals on his:chest: 
Africa, he has lost the gains in Russia and| —_Jg in regal’raiment dressed, 

has lost part of Italy and now is threaten- . And at many a pagan shrine 

ed with being cut off’and as a consequence’ He is worshipped as divine; . 
the Germans have been forced to retreat. But for all his people’s shame 

Two Axis defence lines have been broken. Tojo’s gang must bear the blame. 

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“The ‘readiness with which the Gérmans|': ~~ Lonely, pitiful’and dumb. 
give names to their defences .is noted by Blame the warlike Japanese, 
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MARK ANNIVERSARY 
Montreal, May 25 (CP)—Canadian 
Pace be espns yesterday 
ed ‘the 100th aniversary of the 
first telegraph message of Samuel, 
Morse by transmitting over its net- 
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Allied Eighth Army | 12 thet defences north north- his arrival in Italy last Autumn and| bility that he might, be close at 
ments of the Aled Tiles of Vale] west of Clsterna and fought ever Hein this action, that ‘bas. crossed| band to ase some’of it happen, Started Four Years 
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‘west of menaced Ceprano, night, after a stubborn battle in ‘weatern| with armored support kept pace and/to confer again with Prime Min!- 
oat ot eres through the Liri yal-| which American | troops fought the corps moved ahead on a two-| ster Churchill in the summer, the POSITIONS REVERSED. 
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> Sate River, knocking out 12 tanks. of Cori and cut the Guilanello-Vel 17 alr miles beyond the Rapido, the out a (Associated Prone, Slate Weiter): 
© cTnth the Canadians — who had letri road. captors of somewhere near 1,500 London, May 27. (AP)— 
\ established bridgeheads across the Late last night it seemed Ameri- prisonera, a solid anchor between wonder 
; cautlimver in earlier fighting —jcan Sth Army forces were driving the Prench on the left and Polish 
b; wiched on with British forces’ to| te Germans steadily out of Yate: and British troops on the right. 
5 within two miles of Arce, near the tri, 8 key point in the defence line It was Canadian armor that drew 
© ‘egnfiuence of the Lirl and 16 miles squtheast of Rome. Associ- the main resistance and allowed the 
‘ continence, Of, tie cn two, ox tfres| sted Press correspondent Daniel De British forces to gain their own 
iy aniles of Ceprano, {mportant road | Luce Teported fires were raging, in bridgehead | over It 
Es Junction ‘four miles: southwest of| Velletri, and It was indicated tne was Canadian infantry that broke 
7 senBoth towns are on the Cas-| enemy had moved his artillery beck through between» Pontecorvo and 
[> “gino-Rome jhighway, which runs] into the hills, away from the city. Aquino and made doth thase bas- 
from Cepeano. through Proswnooe |, es cris” retells SN ae red on we 
by e to the italian out on 
|, nd Valmontone to the Tallan c*0T” ert ‘gnk, with troops. along tbe right = is 
">; Doug How, ‘Canadian: Press war | Atzio-Albsno road ‘taking up new Their triumph was achieved 
ki correspondent, said the Canadian| Positions in the vicinity of Carro- against men of the 90th. Panzer Di- 
ks SHvisien commanded by Maj.Gen.| ceto,” sald an Allied ‘commentator, vision and tanks of a panrer divis- 
B. M. Hoffmeister and the Canadi~{ “Considerable motor movement is fon brought south ‘to meet the 
tn’ division commanded by Maj-|noted from south to north slong thrust. - It is a fact the majority 
Gen. Chris Vokes were bota about|the entire bridgebead! front with of, 206 FLORES ae ee 
three, miles from Ceprano our airforces harassing move- physical equa paratroopers Twe Planes Downed. 
i tree, miles from Cervincn -- oaly| ments with great effect the Canadians faced along the Ad- one Oe clans tolled: t0:56—| tee a carne tennis 
vtenviy thrown into’sction'— ts on| - Scores of new prisoners were tak- riatic coast front but in the posi- tum from night operations, Sower ‘Britain had to. resist the 
} ‘the right Sank of the Canadisn’sec- en north of Cisterna including the included mine-laying in eneMY | nemy if he invaded. Then weapons 
tor and ‘the latter, which: fought | second regimental scommander and waters. Hallfaxes of Canadianiyere few and, by 1! 8 
previously, in Sielly and Italy, on|the staff of the Nat! 36nd Divis- bomber group took part in mine-lerude. 
the left side. fon. 2 ; laying operation and returned with-|" Now many tqimes the number of 
Ceprano, and Arce | control :com-| Monte Cairo, 5,600-foot peak out loss, men saved from the sands of Dun- 
munications in the Lirt valley where| Which has been the acene of many German radio at noon declared|xirk await the command to swarm 
way No, 6 — the ‘Cassino-Rome | bloody battles in recent months and Allied fighter-bomber formationS!across the channel; guns, 
te —- begins «long straight|dominates the whole area west- a southwest . Germany Itanks - and are superior 
stretzh through the Sacco river val-|northwest. of Cassino, finally was and fighters were fying towards|Fiushed with false triumph four 
ley towards Rome. taken by the Poles Thursday, and ~ Tt~ reported|years ago, the 
Desperate Nazis threw in rein-|the enemy had to evacuate the single planes already flying over|manifestly fear a Dunkirk of their 
forcements at several danger potnts,| Village of Terelle on its northern fy : western Germany. own—flight from the sea.that will 
and used more. armor and mobile} slope. . Yesterday, at a news conference, Roer“of war planes over Englis? inot be a nine-days’ wonder. 
forces against the Lirl valley thrust| The Sth Army's bag of prisoners be said he might see Mr. Churchill |Channel today indicated beet I) <e Senda. - 
than at any previous time in the|foc. the offensive passed 9,000, and in the late spring, or summer, or|Wat over in Allied area, Cver tt Paris / radio 
Italian campaign. * {the total count of prisoners was possibly in the fall, Indications that }{rom British beses atte Fo eer Octends wal the:coast’ of Be 
Even thetr right flank ‘known to exceed 13,000. The Can- the President would make the trip | mans wide-spread invasion . de- vo ie = 
han Than pebed, German first {adian corps has taken at least rather than the Prime aaintster, fences were in for another pound-|gium was pad: yestarearareee ; 
Givision attempted — 00) 1.250. were strengthened by his reply to a | nS, “While weather halted heavy serial | 
Pare rieita River Line in Litt Valley | ‘The enemy's severe lossea of men question. on whether he might see | Light Clouds oliensive operations from Britain : 
Tr OL Seine "bar Botan oops | Aled tac ir frce, which ys British leader in the winter. The| riying above a light covering of! yesterday, mediuin bombers, .at- 








troops | Allied 
ft croesfhg and 8th Army tanks terday ran beyond the 2650 mark berthed Aearegyt iter might beeen end pr Hh Re ers conducted sweeps over France. 
pl through. : ove ka aren emp ype recep cotnelde with the: invasion, time: ais region of | France. f Moeatins QUISLING POLICE INSPECTOR 
a agenda bombing toads behind the lines, The secrecy concerning the invasion | struck at Lud fen in south- ap phe thay Panett dans 


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. velt's deliberate ambiguity about hts|in May, and at Aachen ripped up 
troops of Sth Army. In this ares | shot down. “The Mediterranean Air Planned travels age ouch, me railroad yards severely pret rw py dle aoe 
Porce flew more than 2,900 sorties, ee Several curren! s0g- | mauled RAF. ; 
equipment and material. Including a flight of 500 to 750 German Troop Movements! Armies Fighting on High-|gested that the President might /heavy bombers in night | attacks patentee nyprterypren prelate 
* Ceprane Menaced. . [Reavy bombers that bombed rail in Arctic. Waters .Are|. est Battlefield in  thejwant to make the trip, one being Wednesday, Aachen 1s near sunc-| ime to reports reaching the Norweg- 
Ceprano was also menaced from — Sphapatientty} ih ieee Noted World ~ the forthcoming. visit of Gen.|tion of Netherlands, “Belgium and|ian Telegraph Agency. 3 
the south and southwest by fighting send- igi nel SS sheet teh SE SS 
Prtach formations of the sth army, |'96 reinforcements, eed. Armor: t0- FRONTS QUIET SHIPPING HIT F d NEW LIFE FOR FILES 
_ who have captured both San’ Glo- — — —— oh eo as mman as n A new electro-chemical process 


‘and Pastena, both heavily- Seven heavy bombers and 
defended strong points. an Glo other planes were missing from 
{anal is fea Pasten six malles south through the night, with R A. F. 
and slightly west of Ceprano. Liberators and Wellingtons bombing |anan 
Field’ Marshal Albert Kesselring | bighways north of Rome. 


is reported able to recondition worn 
out metal fUes to 90 per cent of 
their original efficiency. 


Coming Events 


TWO OUTSTANDING SERVICES, 
Bridge Street Church, Sunday. 













Using Rocket Guns Against Shipping 


- guns. 
Cx! Press Staff Writer It was explained at coastal com- 
RAF. . Coastal! Command Head-| mand headquarters that elght roc- 
quarters, Somewhere in England,| kets’ are carried, four under each 
May 21 — (CP Cable) — The newly-| side of the main wing. They can be 
disclosed rocket gun, which: the | fired in pairs oF Deoaeiees (reo: 












“the highest battle field inthe 
world,” on the Salween front, the 
Chinese high command announced 


ther Telangtm is 29 miles northeast of 
Tengchung, and a big battle was be- 
Meved in’ prospect for that strategic 
pivot of Japancse communications 
north of the Burma Rosd. 

The Japanese, with reinforce- 
ments, are counter-attacking south 
of Kaltou, the communique added. 
wing of the 14th Army Air Force 


forces. These reinforcements were | sults.” y 


election. ps 

Boring steadily into enemy d : - forces to Norway or with- 

= er os Sa [Humdreds of Miles of Danube River (Ss sro ee: 
Monte 'e ° ve st- 
wae mat focs.Have Been Mined by Allied Planes |idis.raif'ae*c cr 

¥ iments near Valmontone, which $s] Naples, May 27 (AP)—A new |MacGuffie, of Whitehaven, Curi- were 


about 31 miles from Rome, Were |series of ‘derland, 
Teported in the vicinity of Artens.|s15 mining operations, cover (°htter’ the fit mining of Theln|¥0w in, Pro-way Poland. com- 











THE COUNTY W.C.T.U. CONVEN- 
‘tion -will be held in Bridge St. 
Church, Tuesday, May 3. A 
banquet will be served for 40c at 


about 2 1-3 miles south of After the first of the |Prised the only activity reported | strafsq enemy troops yesterday in| The rocket projectile ls carried by| tssuing from the tail 6.30, with Dr. George Little as 
“7. montone. - Danube River—the vital water high- See ee ec uporeds Huneat: on the long eastern land front. |the vicinity of Loyang, the anclent|Beaufighters and other types of|rocket, complete with its head, ‘for- guest ‘speaker, Mrs. Maclean. 
Advance 124° Miles. : way of the Balkind-—tas been com |peties brosdeast-a statement tat| The Berlin radio, in a broadcast] Chinese city whose probable fall 10; coastal Tre nes|ward along guide rails' under the| Provincial: president, speaks nt 
¢ Pacing the drive from the Anzio!pieted by RAY. Tisetataes andi{tbey. were, no. louger able to accept |TeccTded: by tie Dally: JoPrme. £8, the : Japanese. hee conceded, | been. used and| plane's wing’and in the sighted di-|. afternoon. session. bid 
beachhead, these forces had ad- Wellingtons of the strategic oo? | ported forces occupled|', communique from. Allied North| also such’ lang targets .as bridges,| fection. Pour fins are fitted to the Soy 
vanced about 12 1-2 miles north of +. it sntioatioed riyers—always a valo- (the island of Lavansaari in ths 5 gun em ts, wireless stations seers trailing end for stabiiiza-| DONT FORGET. RINSMEN BIN" 
the former beachhead perimeter free, was officially | ite means of’ transports Gulf of Finland, 70 miles wést.of| Other air activity . included the} and military buildings, ton in flight, go tonight, Conservative Club 
after the Allies: beat back. sharp today. assuming even greater | Sfonstadt, big Russian nivel bese, of » small merchant yes-| It lias been in use by the RAP,| . There 1s no recoil, as this is taken Rooms, 223% Front Bt in wa of 
enemy counter-attacks,-in which! “Mining of the Danube, carried out importance as Allied and 60 miles northwest of Narva. | 501 southeast of Hong Kong by Am-| and also by American planes, atnoe | up by high velocity gasses ejected by Milk) tor Britain,\and Pag Dee. 
erican heavy bombers. last summer but disclosure of ‘the | the rocket itself. blow 





A“ SUNDAY MORNING CLINIC 
for Blood Donors will be held 1a 


artillery from plies on the Yangtze river, and a| Sir Sholto Douglas, Chief of Coastal coastal command attack on from 
“montone road. “now, compared with first time we inland waterways successfully since to see Prime Minister] strafing of troops on as road near) Co I (tra Phe ok yaad 
mato oeciricial spokesman de- went out. is like the difference be- 1940. Now it is completing an «m-|Churchill somewhere abroad was sence batombabat dE Cl! and 


whose appointments are overdue 
will be welcomed. All must ab- 
stain from’ fats during Sunday = 
breakfast. 426-26 


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-clared-‘n tremendous amount of tween main street on Saturday bitious program along the Danube |generally interpreted here today as 
ement” was observed night and a country lane,” said o%.which has been carrying a grt Indicating the meeting may take 
place 


motor One aircraft was 
? foi sts spi oasis { psrend fon Saree tot rmts a reported missing hunting ,Nazi submarines now are face ships at sca attempting to run 


from the operations, F equipped with long-range rocket the Ailled blockade of Germany. 


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then broke Tot ‘the her late residence, at the above Te 
strong peti aee  f $63.90. given“ address, is Monkey, after- ted 
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viving Otficer'D. J: Preuts, Brenton added he then MUSIC BY THE | 
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. {Seriously wounded . in Sngland 
{according to word!received in the 
city today by Dr. Gordon C. Cald- 


To Be Observed 
wel, Albert Street, an-uncle of the By Church Rall 


The official word of the casualty nificance 

Farrar, | ¥4s received by Lieut-Col. Jones Bin Hg — 
who at prefent is stationed in|Christian 

Sussex, NB. and who relayed. the /nized by church leaders, throughout 


word to Dr. Caldwell here, the world. 
At Saint Peul's Cathedral in Lon- 
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city being born and educated here.|4on, the Archbishop terbury 


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ROTE CHANGE OF DATE for 
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Public Meeting ~ 


Establishment of a Rehabilitation Committee 


A Public Meeting will be held in the COUNCIL 

CHAMBER, City Holl, on TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 

* at 8.00 o'clock, for the purpose of setting up a perman- 

ent committee to look after the rehabilitation of our 
members of the Armed Forces returning from wer. 


All interested citizens ere invited te attend. 


‘W. H, ROLLINS, 
MAYOR. 


CITY MARKET 
Potato Prices 


. J have been arranged to be attended 
am by those interested in the work and 
progress of the agnor cary 

—_—_—_ In Belleville a special 
Price of potatoes ‘again took &/and church rally will be held in 
slight decline on the local produce Bridge Street Church at 7 p.m. 





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per 75-pound bag but if a quantily — es wel ee 
i. was wanted potatoes could be! pr. Bishop was former priticipal 
+ 5 secured at a figure considerably|or albert College immediately after 
yg eg bringing mta: hedge mantle! ve ah blprrcer 
toes into the Sse in quantity pastebin alnasees ~ 


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ATTENTION ! 
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i tn te|fraet tee mate te, | | Local ae uaw-ero ||| AMLIL SEA CADETS! 
within the-past several weeka _ CORPS WILL PARTICIPATE 
Dales = Sanam ota .|| Dance ren — 
Diabetic : +“ G. W. the joffered_in quantity. Flower conte PLACE— : SUNDAY, MAY ‘28th 
Oss } teat Ratt Seal! ATU ME : 
Supplies - ARENA ||| CENTENNIAL PARADE 
FLOUB .....c000000 5 Ibs. $1.25 TE" 


TIME:—6.15 P.M. 
CEREAL ....cccvccccccecess SOC 


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Asparagus per 

On the vegetable market asparo- 
gus dropped to 10c per half-pound 
bunch, onions were 10¢ or three for 
2Sc, rhubarb a nickel and lettuce 
two heads for 25c. 

Egg prices held firm at 38 for 
first and 35c for mediums, while 
Hmpets fowl erouEnt from 35 to 

per pound and broilers from Dancing from 9 te 1 a.m- 
45 to 50c. Home cooking stalls did} 
thelr usual rushing business. Aj | MUSIC— 
few farmers’ wives offered dairy “BROWN BROS. 


butter at 40c. 
‘Whitefish and salmon trout were RHYTHM BUCKA- 






IS YOUR 
FURNACE 
FIRE OUT 


At ee NOW oon te 
ve your system 
checked for 


FAULTS — GAS.LEAKS, 
ETC. 






PLACE:—COLLEGIATE CAMPUS. 


MondayNight or nd ee 


MAY 29th. 










tors had given in 
training the corps, also for the 
close co-operation between the 
school and the station. 






































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te Phone 2260 the only type fish: offered, the ROOS” 
ie of Radio Station CKWS. . 
— |The John Lewis||| 22172 soventon Tiehete sensiteasinnnr WILL BE CLOSED 
: COMPANY Sr: - Obituary a 
Ti raowr sn RY CLARE) Peart All Day Wednesdays 


(Formerly of Belleville) 
of Willams Pratt and forsery of ; 
Belleville, died at the home of her : - STARTING WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 


son," Mr. Christopher Pratt,’ 21 : 
Through June, July and August 


Enderby Road, Toronto, on 


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WE ARE IN A POSITION TO OFFER INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION TO we, Toren oe es DIR - GLORS a: ’ | 
: OUR POLICY HOLDERS, MAY WE DISCUSS YOUR INSURANCE PROB- ee ets ifr | pret Coulter Ss Grocery 


“The Belleville Insurance Agencies, Limited 


CARL D. CROSBY, Manager. 








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One-seventh of the total area of 
Ireland is peat bog. 


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at ert pei eats Fae aE a0 wy 4 treats 8 
fubble + The! Order‘of the'Eastem Star Worship With Us, - 
Norma were ‘Centennial: Service. Young :Men's Christin Association. | 
: "The “austis a, REV..C. W, BISHOP, M.A., D.D., Niagare Falls . ° 
hire, Me Sharpe _ +5 Subject: \ TA CENTURY: WITH YOUTH" © 


epbetal Welst:) P70, KEN McADAM. 


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LEONA RIGGS, Chelz Leader. 








TABERNACLE ‘UNITED CHURCH | 
SU sqtak peiegnpiey cuURC #) ase 
+) ro sCiiurch Btreet, —" One Block: North of Vieteris. & 
ped sepa deed ny BLOSSOM SUNDAY : 

10.099 am—-CHURCH SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN.” 
11.00. a.m.—REV.J. A. DILTS. © « : 


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62%. hp. Diésel engine ‘and snow | ner home 11.90 a.m-—NURSERY SCHOOL and JUNIOR CONGREGATION. 
al a .) 
plore fe ceapenenns 7 9 Denese ing San 7.00 p.m —REV. DR. A.J.WM. MYERS. 
mately $1,300 for snow plow wing.| tained 
Personals. dinner 
Sergeant Lols May stationed at | Thursday... ee 
Seats aan | rae SETS EEE 
. ied ete iE a ee 
of De- John P. 
wee ae HOLLOWAY STREET UNITED CHURCH 
a otential and. thelr Se eee os RKY. 3. A. DTS, Minter, Wacdeare 64 BMbide 8t 
Rega han, a = medical 11,00 a.m.—ANNUAL LILAC SUNDAY SERVICES. _ 
or her 8 studen| College, 7 Ss 
are atl plenty Toronto. indy “fiend and Bar » Guest preacher: REV.'A. J. Wm. Meyers, B.D., Ph.D. 
rocetions tly penerecrre the “2 ee 1130 am—JUNIOR CONGREGATION. 
Caltenan farm. an@ ae ee ; "> $45" a.—BUNDAY SCHOOL- . a H = 
venture tenner! guasig 6 monte’ | = EVENING SERVICE WITHDRAWN in favor of 100th. 


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prt oe Anniversary of Y.M.C.A, at Bridge St. United Church. 
Wednesday, Layettes were started, Chetr Leader, MES. F. HOUSTON. Organist, WM. CONNOX.* 
some ladies taking the garments a wae Me =) 
home to finish before the next 
paving. Bie (eth apes Hae P PR RF SRE TEE OF = 
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aa go gat ain qt Corner Chureh Street and Viet Avenue 
as Sidi sae Peper es 
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Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Gospel Service, 7 p.m. 


-. EVANGELIST $. TAYLOR 


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$2 Victerta Ave. Phene 2673 
$45 am-—BIBLE SCHOOL. \ r 
1100 am—MORNING PRAYER AND SERMON. ; LITANY. 
_ _“Pentecest.and the Gift ef the Holy Ghost.” 
7.00 pm—EVENING PRAYER AND SERMON. 
“Freedom's Law.” 







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AUMIANCE TABERNACLE || (oS me om 


10.00 am—Senday Scheel and Pastor's Bible Ciass. ere ees 
1L0¢ am—“THE EXPERIENCE OF PENTECOST.” } 
7.0¢ pm—“THE ACID TEST.” 


TUESDAY, £00 pm—Prayer Meeting. 


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Marmora — As a result of the 
recent salvage collection in Mar- 
mors and district, a substantial con- 
tribution has been made to Mar- 


VICTORIA. AVENUE 
BAPTIST 
CHURCH. 


REV. H. O. EASTMAN 
Minister, 











CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. _ 


. (0.0.7 TEMPLE, 1114 FRONT STREET) 
SERVICE 13 am. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11.60 om. - - 


SUBJECT: es 
ANCIENT AND MQDERN NECROMANCY, ALIAS 
MESMERISM AND HYPNOTISM DENOUNCED . 
Testimential Meeting First Wedeesday of Each Month at 8 p.m. 
THE PUBLIC $3 CORDIALLY DNVITED TO ATTEND THESE SERYICES 



















11,00 o.m.—” THE NEW DAY.” 
The Congregation and the Church School Wership Together. 
BELIEVER'S’ BAPTISM DURING THE SERVICE. 

Ar es > The Nursegy. willbe open td all children, 

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Saree ereeee ae .m2""THE SUPERLATIVES OF THE SPIRIT.” 
THE STANDARD CHURCH Tint GOSPEL SONG SERVICE, 
¢ ALL WELCOME. 

(Coleman Street at Feotbridge) 
cx : ‘ : Ses Choir Leader: Fred Jobsen. Organist: Doriand Housten 
11.00 a.m. and 7 p.m—SUNDAY AERVICES. 2 

HOLINESS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31st. 
Hear MAJOR E.. THOMPSON. 
TUESDAY ané THURSDAY NIGHTS, 8.90 p. m 

“— £ ALEXANDER, £ HOLDEN, Pasters. 


















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THERE—our men are risking all, fighting. — 
HERE—we must support their lines. 























| WESLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL 
one THE “MINISTER WiLL, “PREACH ot Paces 
-WEDNESDAY, Pepto ares am pred ain we might 


hear Major E- Thompsen. 
FRIDAY. 8 pm—Y-P.5. 


Farm production is the first essential to that support— 
but city, town and village people must help the farmer 
to give us the food needed to meet war demands, : 
Can you work on a farm during your holidays, or odd pees 


days, or even half days—or better still, can you take Messrs. E.. OBulllvan B, A. and 
steady farm work? \ ©. Hamilton B.A. of Marmora High 


_, . IF YOU CAN WORK ON A FARM, 
_ THIS YEAR PLEASE DO SO 


THIS IS WHAT You SHOULD DO! ACT NOW! 
Consult your Agricultural Representative or any local {{ 
see Committee established for placing farm workers in 
Re your District;! or 5 . 
: Write to the Director, Ontario Farm Service Force, 
ise Department of Agriculture, Toronto; or Zio 
is * Communicate with the nearest Employment and 
te 4 Selective Service Office. 
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PINNACLE SeReET 
MISSIONARY SUNDAY- 
11.00 a.m.—Devotional Service. “What Shall I Render Unte God.” 
2.15, p.m—Sunday School. 0" 
798 p.m—Special Altar Service on Behalf of Missionary Work. 
Band and Sengsters will render appropriate music and-seng at 


REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH | 
















391 Frent Street 
RE-OPENING SERVICES. 
16,00 am—SUNDAY SCHOOL. 
1.00 pm—GOSPEL. SERVICE. 
REY. E.: FARNSWORTH WILL PREACH. 















APOSTOLIC PENTEOOSTAL” TABERNACLE 
“JESUS, THE DELIVERER” 
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- of Russia’s patience towards Finland 
and noted that the /Comintern had been 
abolished. ‘That sometimes is forgotten,” 

_ -he added: ' : 

\ The world council he spoke of will be 
armed against breakers of the peace. It is 
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subtle tyranny of the Fascists and they 
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Bodes Ill for Hitler 


(Milwaukee Journal) 







leader, no group, no nation could outrage 
all mankind—murder the very decencies 


the 
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For Hitler and his Nazis—for the Ger- 


British know what a “tiger” means, notes 
The Winnipeg Tribune. 


According to Maple Leaf, the Canadian 


Army newspaper, here is the order some field application to reduce the glare 
brasshat framed to take care Wan eptieal wet 
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“It was mentioned verbally some time 


ago that ‘three cheers’ for someone meant |tnat 
three cheers only and did not include a eens 


‘tiger’ If an additional cheer is wanted, 


the command will be ‘Four Cheers.’ ‘Tiger’ 
will not be called for.” ; 


It is said that the troops do not call 


them Tiger tanks any longer, but “Four 
Cheer” tanks. \ ° 


LIFE 


Life to the boy is laughter 
And sport and a winning score, 
And blindness to what*comes after— 
And much that has ‘gone before. 


Life to the youth is college 
And paper and ink and pen, 
A search for the gathered ‘knowledge 
Of yesterday's wisest men. fe 


Life to the man is duty ss 

'_ And fortune and friends ‘and fame, 

Music and mirth and beauty ; 
And moments of praise and blame. 


Life to the old is nodding— 
At times o'er the holy page, 
‘-Memories and patient plodding, 
And-the pains that'accompany age. 


slavery without - loss of 
ts | dignity, fortitude or devotion to the aim of 
freedom. 


to it. In the 
four years between the first Battle of 
France and the second which is impend- 
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Japs’ Outer Defences So Weak 
Inner Bulwarks Vulnerable 


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the remaining installments. The duct the service and preach, beaten down to the level 
matter is now ta the bands of Mr. William Lynch of Roches- line of defence in name only.’ 


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pane were By sinking the huge tota) Islands, 200 miles further 
calming and healing lotion of Nippon's ship- ‘These afford alr facili- 
hurts of this type. Made into ppling her sea the Philippines are only 
syrup they ‘relieved chikiren (2) By such de- away. 


up with whooping cough. 


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ficial green and a natural’green. {last National Press Club canteen is) < $ 


By GEORGE W. STIMPSQN 
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etc. 

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Manufactured goods (poisons) 

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jotticers of the men's and women's 
heard with clarity. services—mostly the latter. The 
tion against fame throwers. ambassadors had to compete with 
A life vest designed automatically jeight composers of song hits—in- 
to Inflate and turn the wearer on cluding the perpetrators of “Mairty 
his back to protect those thrown |Doats”—but they won the hearts of 
overboard while unconscious from 'the women officers. 


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Associated Press Sports Writer 


Sports Roundap 


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Garrison 


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appeal just can't be ignored. 


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pre-invasion |? 


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Filndall, i, 
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Kokesh .. 


GAME OF BALL 


KIDS TO PLAY 


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Scottish heavyweight 
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best 


Reid, p. ...05 


Harden, 2b. .., 
Bernhardt, If; ....., 4 


OVER WEEKEND 


‘KILLER’ KATAN 


eighth and} eae, 


+ 4 


total 39 
Score by innings: 
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ment™: not. to play safe on kickoffs 
today by | tactics . . . 


announced 


Shep Charles Barne 


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NATIONAL LEAGUE 


Batting—Walker, 


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evening, © 


Mr, Schwab" 
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League: at 
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Softball 
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Brooklyn 6. 
Boston, 4, 


Brooklyn, ‘52. 


Batted in—Schultz,: Brook- 
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Runs—Bordagaray, 


Hits—Walker, 


and’ aingle, driving in two 


“Sport Shorts From 
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‘Perhaps it was that 


replaced: applause. 


Baseball Results 


in London next July. 


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‘Friday 
9 Syracuse .... 
Montreal ..... 10 Buffalo .....6 3 


,] Toronto. ....... 5 


Camp Anm, Calif, May 27. (AP) 
—A United. tates court martial 
convicted Lieutenant; Besufort G. 
Swancutt. yesterday. on a charygo 


persons in a 
ast 


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NATIONAL LEAGUE 


March 5 


=ibgents 
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New York, May. 77—(CP)—Man- 

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THIS IS THE PLACE — 157 FRONT ST. 


JAMIESON BONE & CO. 
Quality Motor Cars 


TIRES. - - 
@ NICELY. RECONDITIONED. 
@ FINE APPEARANCE. 


Here are A Few of Our Stock 


1941 STUDEBAKER 4-ROOR CHAMPION. 
1941 FORD COACH. 

1940. BUICK '4-DOOR SEDAN. - 

1939 NASH 4-DOOR SEDAN. 

1938 FORD COACH, 60 H.P. 

.1937 DODGE SEDAN. 

1934 PONTIAC COUPE. 

1933 CHEV. COUPE. 


Bateman Motors 


DODGE & DESOTO CARS DODGE TRUCKS 
BALES and SERVI! SERVICE STATION 
11 Meira St.. West. 34 Dundas St East, 
Phene 1400 Phene 2235 


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CITY OF. BELLEVILLE 
NOTICE 


MERCHANTS along FRONT STREET and other 
Streets in the BUSINESS SECTION are requested 
NOT TO SWEEP DIRT, PAPERS, etc., from