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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
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anes Fight Doom From Three Side> Nazi Lines
Fights"Nazi Lines.

|azi Troops Thrown Back

Attacker Shelter M5th and 8th March on
SBehind Barricade L i v o r n o, Florence
In Copenhagen And Ancona
Uy i tu ROMA July 1 r t ad^S "^ th^t Danish man unM Ml buk tonight all
InCoenagte n alot eh ,along the l5-mile ItaLian front
froops, fromt
United thunder blows of the Fifth and
Uo andDaonised hts 1 ElghBthArmies marching on the
yb o hize Cities of Livorno tLeghorn).
Danishusgs.orence and Aaoon&.
fighting broke out when! r.cu f .n
tVqrop tied to break up the Aoi Then Fifth Army beat back a
Sejamvl strike. pre u'0 i^'fc* Ucounter-attack and fought into the
by teFe
= aES said J^ Ge r- Moutskirts of Cecina on the Tyr.
Maci ne sani der- rhenlan Sea coast, only 20 niea
elshcni- b nned de- below Livorno. French of the
Piress service he Fif 4 Fth Army fought a mile through
eral str e rvi ce dcrbed the mountains to within six wiileo nf
eral trike 1 per cent. e- Siena, a highway centre 31 miles
tive, with food supplies . below Florence.
tdling, water and electric fad- British. South African and In-
shut down and transporta- t j dian troops in the centre moved
service stopped. to both the east and wet
nMalmoe, just across the Oro, hore of Lakboththe Trastemo aaind west
th of Copenhagen, smoke could 4 r0shres of Lake Trasiemo against
Isth of Copen mgen, t oke cyuld a sporadic resistance. The Eighth
een rsing from the city., ap- \ on the east crossed the Chi[nti
sently roin numerous fires ... River-a barrier which had blocked
rted in the streets. New sueemes are reported from all three Allied fronts breaking its advance for several days-and
firmed reports said casu- in on Hitler's fort.'s of Europe. While invasion forees move the Germans fell back toward tha
l thus far numbered more for iard in veruand., the Fifth a- I Eighth Aynines ush north in line along the Musone River. 10
m killed and wounded., Itrly and 'le mlrlvtv Rumlan armies throw the Germans back miles from the Adriatic port of
Fr e Danish Preos Service along the Whit' Russian front. Ancona.
iier reported that almost 400 ___________ While United States troops
re sent to hospital 'after violent fought for Cecina other American
fighting and the demand on M units crossed the Cecina River.
balances was so great that three miles to the north-east,
ik trUcks were pressed int oser- partly outflanking this town of
to carry the woundeC. IG r ip O n M i sk l 10,000 population. Advance let-
ore than 100 shops which re- ments were only 16 miles front
to join the general strike T i t AeLivorno.
0 smashed. l I f 'i fh Arother column coming around
f unication between Sweden 1 lon the town from the southwest
Denmark was almost corn- Tt ed A reached the Cecina Rivr where It
y cut, making it difficult to flows into the sea oid were met
In a clear picture of the llts by mortar andsmallarmsfire. The
Moat of the reports e0os- 1French. closing in o'n &ena. had
frmudrgoneorcsdf l O o i o to battle 24 hours In advancing a
from underground sources or,"~sieeml aantfereGra
few refugees arriving in Sweden.sinle mile against fierce German
Th Free Danish Press Ser ice ---- resistance, They captured a num-
ld the German closed Copen- By TOM YARBROUGH ber of places, including Buoncon-
'a hrbou are tody, sal-ve-to and Son Giovanni.
fent's harkb our area today, seal- LONDON, July 1 (AP) Red troops closed the steel grip around An armoured column fought
gf oxtff Denmark from all outsideAn amue comn fut
tact as the last ferry to Sweden! Minsk tighter, completing the capture of the important rail centre of through enemy fire and minefield*
Md departed at noo I Borisov and taking over 500 other places in White Russia as the -
The service said disorders will
Mbinue until the' Nai Schabuli Soviet summer offensive was hurled Into its second week with Hitler Declares Florence
orpa, with an estimated strength unabated ferocity. Al Open City
2,000, is sent out of Denmark 4, The third White Russian Army.
the curfew and -'t--e emer -LN J
ncy orders in the capital are drivIng directly toward Min hasdlDredJlyre n ceantpen
SRoosevelt C alls along theerail line Wfrom sha has declaredFlorenceman open
Rumor rachng Mlmo ai, R oo~leav lt~ a ls vcli y, said the German radio
Rumour reaching Malinoe sa
Garca threatened to shoot widned its front on the western today In a brief announcement
r an bF r Expanding tn oft he Becwhh e untsreported the Fuehrer
st aF and bomb the capital if anik of e Bermn while units had taken the step so that the
s'Daens did not call off the *rto the rear wiped out the last Ger- irreplaceable treasures of the
-r strike. on nian reistance In the Borisov city may be preserved.
-----C*f*l---- rlfminiTIV fortress, 45 niles east of Minsk. -__ _
Economy yJ F:anking movements by other Soviet' ti taking the villages of Monte-
Itroops came even closer to th oerboll, Monteca Ill and San
P s U p (Byr ION., D 'OVIAC) White Russian capital which flele' Dabnmailo, all witn 25 mil a of
despatches said vould be t-1e Cecina on the egt.
romNI C nRo TON WOODS, VNEW scene of an approaching battle. The British on the west shor'
rom Can to n HAMPSHIRE, July 1 (AP)-Call- Capture of 1,200 more Germans .f the lake advanced up almost
Sing for "dynamicl and soundly ex- to the south oy the first White tas entire length and took the vii-
Russian Army oI Friday was also Iage of Oracclano.
CHUNGKING, July. 1 (AP)-Th,' pending w ld economy," President announced In the communique On the east shore Indian troO
spanese have launched their long. the east shore rndiscitroops
pected northward drive from the Roosevelt sent a message of con- whi.h said that a Na: lileut- captured Monte Del Lago, halfway
iton area in an effort o join fld.nce and hop the open general and major general were up the lake and cleared the enemy
r forces pushing southward e a y t e among the prisoners iken. The from the town of MaXione to the
onr the Hankow-Canton railwa). In session of the United Nations' new round-up brought to 35,680 east. A number of prisoners were
The Chinese High Command said monetary and financial conference, the number of German captives taken. Farther east other troops
I Japanese began a general Delegates from 44 nations heard taken in the southern sector of reached Corciano, six miles west
rthward advance on June 28, the White Russian front unl11 to- of Perugia and another force ad-
id heavy fighting was going on as President Roosevelt's greeting a, day. vanced as far as five miles north
Invaders tabbed forward aim- they assembled at Mount Washing- s -M j KL of that town.
2t junctlo. with their tornes ton House for three week' discus- "W-MILE ;CTO BUCKLED IThe communique of the Medi-
htinx southward of encircled sion Houotoe w Ous Soviet armies have terranean /Allied Air Force said
nngyang, 250 miles to the orth. O f which may grow two sti es hcl ,00sorties were flown yesterday
nyang, of0miles t the torth. c w d nw.d the 200-ile sector on which the, s-4 a considerable bombing
Unkin, of the two forces would new mammoth International flnan- Germans ha. stood most Aun-t an a tonwsidetrb bombing
row a band across free China, glv-m 'strn t ho ai rl
the ene' virtual control of th cial Institutions. They immediate- moved since early 1944. In t bridges, tunnels and visducta
i-mile inland communications ly and unanimously named Mr. ing the sudden German defeat lo north of Florence In an effort to
ote from Peiping in north Chinm to a rout the Russians Klitd or en.are German communications
would seal off potential landing henry Morgenthau, the Treasury captured a total of 183,930 enemy r Gc
tea for American troops on the Secretary, head of United Stat,-s troops and got slightly closer to Germians Pushed To
inese seaboard. i.el.gadiiou. as conference president Berln than thie Alllea in France Mussoni River
The strategy is also evidenlv ania ntarL mm predict that neir and Itriy. ROME July (Reuer)Al-
m.d at neutralising the already ,ecisions "will shape to a signid- The three major Allied fronts ROME, July 1 (Reuter)-Al-
ablished Amierican air base on tant degree t'vi natuie of the world are almost the same distance romi lied troops in the Adriatic sector
hint. In waich we are to ive." B rlln, each about 600 mies. L'n- have pushed the Germans back to.
Tn.. partey wul consider proposals til the sensational Rusmian ad- wards the River Mussoni which
S 'for an 4 ,000..0.Ou monetary fund, vances of the past week the Ame- runs some 10 to 12 miles south of
lap June Losses designed to stabilise world curre.- ricans and British in France and the pert of Ancona.
p Ju L sss cs an, 00;00 ,00 bank ir Italy had a slight edge but such Among Fifth Army units nlow
SPa i f construction and development..computations were cnly academic fighting in Italy are the American
SPacific neavy Emphasaisng that their discussions since none of the Allied armies 442nd Regiment Combat Teama
B willl affect "ordinary men and wo- were moving straight toward the Michael Reynolds, B.B.C. correx-
By FP3D HAMMOi men everywhere" President Roose- German capital. ond.?nt. says it is made Up f
ADVANCX;D ALIEBD HEAD. veit said that "only through co- Moscow dLispatches reported con- American soldiers of Japanese ori-
UATA.R, N.V' (. UINEA, uly oneratlon, can ind.vldual nations tinned German counter-attacks gin and Includes the 100th Infar-b ,
4AP)7 Deatructlon during Jule proceed to levels which will permit but they were desperate man- fghtinry brilliantly with the Amer'
1& -Jaanesetio' Plahtsn brilliant wh t-.r
24 Japanese 'planes, nve des-I lull realisation of our hopes for the o~uvres of short duration and to- can 34th Infantry. Tt is also an-
S Inyers, 14 the southwest npacic fu ure." night tattered and demorrllsed nounced that the Canadian On-
Germaninnthe southwestrtacific,
one was repor.-d in a summary NOT BARGAINERS German units were reported fah r tarlo Reciment fought with dis-
F headquarters today. These blows Ing back into Minsk with slender tirctlon in the Liri Valley battles
ore dealt largely In support of the Mr. Henry Morg~nthau pleaded hopes of survival, as part of the Eighth Army.
vadlon of Biak ti thL Sehnui]n Wlith delegraeA to connauiet them-

lands, off north Dutch New Gui-
ia, where General MacArthur's
Ices have a.t -irfleld in operation
thin bombing range of the Philip-
In today's communique, head-
arte announced a heavy aerial
.ash 7 miles west of Eitk at the
Imy air base, islandd o; Noemfoor
SFriday. On the previous day a
'berator, ran-ing Into the western
rolines, sank a small Jap mer-
n 1man off Palau.

military Junta
t Vbtco of uuatemaaa ie-
todav and a military jun*ti
armd by Ueneral luduardo
af Aria, tUeneral keaerico
ul General Buenaventura
a Wao took power this morn-
h Guatemala military Junta
l0ed restoration of constitu-
al rights and is calling a spec.,l
eating of the National Assembly
orcer to appoint in acting pre-
Ont. U1ico's cabint resigned
oand the Junta is now forming
new cabinet.
Suspension of the constitutional
hts by the Ubico Govet"Malt
-rune was a prelude to the
Umpaton of Ubtco and his cabi.
1tha action had precipitad
S n studt In t b
veWaty which hrt-
topread swftly. a
basservaed rsi o
n i. his el in
June I b
,.. ".Is
'k [.',an-

series "'nu as oarbamines but, as
partners; not as rivals, but as me.
wio recognise that their common
w-alth aepencts in pace as In wai
upon mutual trust and joint en-
Tne inaugural plenary session-
only business meeting to which
newsmen are to be admitted-will
be held in the auditorium of the
Terming commerce as the life-
bleod of a free society, -ren4dent
Roosevelt told the conference, that
the arteries that carry that blood
scream must nev-r again be clogged
"by artificial carriers created
through senseless economic rival-
ries." Mr. Henry Morgenthau In
his address accepting the presi-
dency, voiced the hope that dele-
gates vould focus upon what he
termed "two elementary economy
axioms: the first is that proqp.rity
has no fixed limit-the more of It
t other Isatlons enjoy, '.he more
each nation will have for Itself,"
and the second was that "prosp'ri-
ty i.e peace 'as Indivisible. We
cannot afford to have it scattered
h e or there among the fortunate
or enloy it at the expense of

Sir Sanmuei Hoare
Made A Viscount
LONDON, July 10 (Reuter)--Sir
Samuel Hoare, the British Ambas-
sador in Madrid. has been made a
viscount. Sir famuel represents
ths Chelsea Division in Parliameont,
and In a letter to his constituents
hi amid thaOut as he had been away
for four years now he feels they
should have another member.
His vwtlien to the peerage
=a% = ttMWill be a -*it5-

New Water Laws In Force:

Two Posts For Mr. Maillard

With proclamation yesterday of the Central Water Distribution
Ordinance, it was announced In a "Gazette Extraordlnary" that the
Hon'ble M. A. Maillard hsa been appointed by His Excellency the
Acting Governor to be Chairman of the Central Water Authority
during the Governor's pleasure and with effect from July L.
It was also announced that "His -

Excellency the Acting Governor
has been pleased to approve the
appointment by the Central Au-
thocity of the Hon'ble M. A. Mail-
lard and Mr. M. M. Williams to be
general manager and secretary-
accountunt of ;he Authority, re-
spectively, with effect on and front
July 1, 1944."
Mr. Mallard, elected member for
St. George and recently appointed
to thI Executive Council, has been
chairman of the Central Water
Board, which the Central Water
Authority supersedes, for many
Mr. Williams is now acting Gov-
ernment Printer and form rly
served as secretary of the Central
Water Board.
Two other lI also came into
effect yesterday-the Waterworks
and Water Conservation Ordinance
and the Oil and Water Board
(Amendment) Ordinance. Under
the provilions of the foanm, His
Honour K. Vincent Brown Pirt
Pu'lne Judi, has been pointed
Commlwbioner. for a peri of six
months, generally to hold inquiries
for the purpose of ldtevmlning the
avera flow at t &w lat of a
wawv s =9"

'Planes From umna

Bomb Formosa
Cxiui'h.ulA-tk, Juyl 1 (AP)-
Unieg ates Lioaratora' from tana 1
juwiug in Aumira Uaesier iaicua 1
caurl rA cacine campaign, ,ave
smasned at docks anm haroaur at
Takingt, important japanese Wip-
ping centre on the aoutnwesterna.
point of 'ormosa, I
The communique from One. II
Joseph tItweu's Mneaaquarters ,ald
the attack was made during a sea t
sweep on Thursday night and dam-I
aged instalments, but it gave no m
details. ic
Ameilcan 'planes boImbed the rail-', *
way station occupied by e Japan-,
ese at encirled Chinese tron ,L J
at Hengyang in Husan Provinoe, in.!
dicating that ightingaM within 0
the stricken etty# it-f. I
The communique frem Oea tl;
;Ilwell's headquarters Md Wao-. 6
haWk "struck enemy p4t04M t
H -eayanR dimashf* te KMW|1 1
s~tatn aMW eArting large ftr-" In
W-4pnsbp al dr eexotpimisveg I
th* utelrts r Bmyac,4wt All

.Tlu k.


AD, LW.X, JULY 1944.

British {

Four N


German Gener

The German defender; of Cherbour
Schllebeu (centre). Commander of
ral Henneeke (left), sea defence o
Gen. J. Lawton 'Lightning" C'oll
American Seventh rps at Collini

als Surrenderl


g. Lt. Gen. Carl Wilhelm von
the garrison, and Rear Admnl-
ommander, surrender to Maj.
us ritht). Commander of -
r' headquarters. t (AP photo).

T.E.B.Approve Religious Committee
,nerecia(Mo To Be Set Lip In Russia
eprec ia LONDON. July 1 (AP) The
Council of Pen. pIes Commis-
sara disclosed today it has set
Pr.op -o which representatives of the
Recommendations of the sub- various religious faiths can deal
committee appointed by the with the Soviet Government.
Trinidad Electricity Board to ad- The Council announced th- ap-
visa on the allocation of the spe- pointment of a new commtee
clal deprciation reserve set p to for religious affairs under Ivan
provide for writing off the greater _Polansky.
portion of the physical assets ac-
quired from the Trinidad Electric r
Company Ltd., were approved at a
special meeting c' the Board .eld An i t r
last month, the "Sunday Ouar- Flying
dian" ntmderstands. O
The sub-committee, it Is stated. v r Flying
had deeded that although the
tramways had shown toss D l4
cmber 31. 194, the special de- Bom b D IZ
preclatlon reserve amounting tb B i
0830,933.11 should be allocated to
the original assets of the under- -. LEWI8 HAWKINS
taking as a whole. LONDON, July L (AP) jao
It is understood that It became Nazis nave maintintd ,n ceaseicez
necessary to advise Government of blitz on. southern x*ngland for 16
this allocation because of the n-- straight nights, hurtling winged
gotiations between Government destruction across the Channel and
and the City Council with respect in t.ie face of rumours and
to the proposed island electricity Anxiety In this country today-es-
supply scheme during which the peclally in regions thus far out of
Council sought to be Info.aned of the range of the flying bombs
the financial liability Involved Government may untold more of
in regard to that part of U' un- the story of these attacks.
dertaking which will be vested As the Germans ,,ntinued try-
In them If thy exercised their ing to counter their battle reverse
rights under the Trinidad Electrl- on the battlefields with a blind
city Board Ordinance. bombardment, pressure developed
At the time of the take-over, in Farliament for a frank official
the Board realld that the greater reporting on l.e weapon and one
part of the physical assets would member, Alfred Denvllle, of New-
very soon have to be scrapped and castle-on-TYne, said he would ask
could not be covered by ordinary Me. Herbert Morrison, t.ie British
depreciation. In addition to the Home Secretary to change the
ordinary depreciation, the special siren sound for raid warnings and
depreciation reserve was therefore :11 cl1tirs" or ditscontinue then
let up to provide for writing off as a step to counteract the aiscot-
of these assets, as well as the in- venienct caused by the steady *o-
tangible assets amounting to cession of Robot bombs.
411,819.47 for which the board similarlyy, Commander Oliver
alse paid. Locker Lampson, Conservative, said
The committee's recommenda- he would ask the Minlster to "in'-
tlion provided for writing off of tlate a different form of al,"it
the intangible assets: alloc .tion of which would free workers for
an arbitrary sum of $22,842.86 to work."
the physical assets of the drbu- Mr. Churchill watched Intenh'y
tlon system due to the longevity of for more than six hours yesterday
these asysetsdndaocatelongevityoft a *lght. against the weird expiosive-
these asoets.e and al:ocation of the laden projectiles. He may huike a
bcala! f there etftothe iphy brief statement in the Commons
al assets of geneation d on Tuesday. But Indica.ions
tramwas In proportion to he were he .uld not disclose
remaining va'ues of the:e aset" -mu,,h. *,ndMr. Vernon Bartlet', In-
Replying to one member the dfpnndent member from Bridge-
chairman stated that the intan- water, has givin notice that he
gible aszl.s "engineering oPhlvs'al would ask Mr. Morrison "wr.1.thcr
assets" amountin- to $140,000.00 in order to lessen uniisinegs out-
was supposed to cover the invisible side southern England, to stlmu-
capital expenditure Incurred over late confidence Inside it and to
a period of years by tl'r company discourage the German people, he
in establishing the organisation, would consider the advisability of
business and staff of the under- p 'liashing figures showing the
taking. average of casualties unused by
The chairman, replying to an- each bomb leaving the emplacr-
other member, stated that the ment In France." L
board continued to operate the In England today, there is a
tramways when it showed a lose slowly growing h, tred bred by aucai
because it had always feit that It bombinpgs as yesterday's attack on
was under obligation to provide a nursery where 26 babies, none
transportation for Port-oi-paeln's over two years old were sheltered.
citiens who were also electricity iMore blind bombs streaked
consumers. He added that having through last night across the
decided to deal with the. under- Channel and one of them killed
taking as a whole the board re-o seven of 0 natlents In a hospital.
erred to meet the yer'ly deflits I The attacks continued Into day-
out of Surplus from electrioity liht and another hospital was hit
sles instead of Increasitng fares. but here the patients e-captd in-
----- i Jury,
Lower Franchise Antigua Fire Leaves
In Barbados Firm Undamaged
8-u0ay Garftmu Cwm n-aJt.
BRIDB=TOWN, AR ,ADOS. Due to a Misinterpretation f
July I-By proclamation, the the cable from the Guardian's cr-
ininded RepresentatiUon of the respondent In Antlgu:. it i as
People Act became law today, pro- made to appear In the report of
viding a $00 a year franchise in- the Antigua fire published tn the
Stead of $240. 'Trinidad Guardian' on Tuesday,
The Government Is setting up June 27. that the preinies and
machinery with 13 registertng offices of Messrs. JoSph Dew and
;era o del with t h Mae4 tI- 1so" Ltd. of St. John were left in
ux of new "Wter. no&s by the conflagration.
"r ' flis wa W b to~W U et as due to th
Lady 0 R ilHy'. Brother oft a the 1oca andthe u nud
... i- A-,.:.. ltt Awn fift hre w 1 r44F-
iW In Antigua mante. thePMiceN P o w,
The -ftijndp f Xa Itlitary authoities. the W
a. maomettM r |1531l rnav tUg firs wu a ontroalsi wmfc a
0O. 0. E U could do more than iibrp
it L Oflp' e MB w wa damps" to e prop M Eof tg
i n la ror t a um WM.j fir fthoui. accordfae to a lstw
I rfm essr.JaSS11w At6
i s Ltd..U ste saw _t k -ow
stted to Iha"~ f~e m5 ndw~hourin( tna of U3ft098,
g-^B~aujBall W. sels"& g-A-animpLa g*
^^^~ ~ i^V^^v^ ^*^t I ^^^^ ^MIJBI~y f ewf^ ** .

They have been ruined
By embedded flints, gloess, nmt et.
By beinq run at the wreng pu'
By overloading-By excessive spinS

The shortage of new tynes is so etr
that only ONE owner Is eey .'
can be issued with eys ON ti M
so, if you wa V tte eep 40 0 '0*e
on tire ropt l n k onrn fuet wo w
tyres are kept ti condition for ree*<


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azi Counter Attack

Corridor Near Caem

Constant Thrusts

To Test Flanks

Prove Abortive
SUPREMI" IEADQUARTh.RS, Allied Expeditionary Pr ea. July 1..
(AP)--Britain's Second Army smashed four sharp German counter- .,
attacks southwe- eof Caen amid a massitng of men and machiWe l
foi critical tank battles on the 120-miue invasion route to Paris
while American troops, using bayonets, grenades and fltame-thowers, '
overran Gerni.in positions on Cape de la Hague, northwest of t-:
fallen Cherbourg. '-- -----__
With Marshal Rommel reported 1 r1
to be taking over personal com- | Otr t i '
mand lu thjt field after the death D-elega tes*** S V ee
of Colciiel-Ger.nral Friedreich eIh g .
Dolnman, the erl-mans attacked J fAl(t, fVVi t'
both fla".ks of the British on the F eAt. HH, l ,
Odon River btidgehead on a 15- e *
mile front b:\tween Cacti and VI-i tla'i. lhlA ''
lers-Borage, tlth enemy communi- LD es ra le 1 '
cationis hub which the R.A.F.'s -- --
big bombers flattened on Friday Federatlon of the West IMdie ) '
night with a 1.120 tens raid. ce aAiy ueraoi.., tLaiy ).a*ui*
A D.N.B. broadcast said Allied Lure mu.% i inat, U.'.CWU wu& -;
landitiRs weic "bel"g effeetet," be- be oeminenmal to the bebL uihaajst
hind a thick smoke screen east of ot tne Loioni-ta, Air. 1A. 4. zealot
the Ornv' tilary on the ciast picuent, o0 the Georgetowm Uia*4
north of Cactin and that 300 shit., es 01 ni commerce, wtlo arrive t
including sev 'al battleships were the Colony on i"Friday nlgnt O Ba I
fighting a duel wlth Nazi coastal way to britsh Guiana, to t
The German news azency Trans- "Sunday Guardiano" yesterday. ,
ocean said in a wireless dispatch, Mr. Seabed, 'as One of th dsl*&
not inimedlatel confirmed else- gates attending the seventh Uon,'
where, that Allied battleships in gress of the AssociatedW ct '
Seine Ba\ opened fire on the chambers of Commer.e, held a frldl
French city and harbour of Le days ago h Barbados, at which ,
Havre. Despatches reported by the wia elected vice-president of t'
Federal Ccinmunicatlons Commis- newly-formed Incorporated Chabi*
Flon said there is "not vet any re- her of Commerce of 'the BitWij
port of the effect of the bom- Caribbean.
bardment" Recent discussions Iseld s t
hados, he said would pavy
C'AEN AIRFIELD) TAKEN way to a federation of th vat
Member of Commerce Of th
0,hlier Germian broadcast said I.sh Wcst Indies a id In
the Allies have captured the air- federation of th We WOaO
field at Caen and that the British continued, fewer
are using eight divisions, including would be itroW d in,
four tank divisions in Tilly-sur- colonett, as thet'e col M
Seulles. ernnr general -ho with a
Elmnints of set\n Get mn'an 'tank West Indian staff, eon% Odft
divisionss irl L now tirving i find a ter and attend t6 te needs 9a e fe
soil .t s n teitnI Allit'd ln. parti- and ev"rv West Indian tisand. int
ciilarlv in the British positions before anvy such movement can bt
which are the greatest potential rut forward, the exrts must t1
danger alonR, the roads to Paris, see how far Ivanred each 404
Between midnight on Friday and ev'rv rolnnv Is.
at noon today the British repulsed Yrsolut'ons adoted at the 1*
four German attacks, including ent en fernce, l, went on.,d r
one near Marcelet, four and one h' ",nt Oi t6 Sir Frank 8toCkdIti
half miles weit of Caen and an- who left here a "ew days oW wI
other near Gralnville-sur-Odon, London via Wethlnttonl .C, WDt.
eight miles to the southwest. a resua-t that hA take up the v-,
These unsuecesqfil enemy at- i,,, ,n ith he Colonial Oflb
tempts were draining the German i,'l, In T.?. 'don.
armoured strength steadily. Des- ... .-'-v.'.
troyine 11 more tanks in 12 hour ,, ,
the British sine "D-Day" have 1 76 th D lf The
destroyed a total of 143 German 176'th Day Of The I
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Pln Now Ready City Folk Tke A Browse U.S.Navd

frm City Library Officer ToWed
lnve-year pln for complete tranaformation n Trnidad ube In city s oon
to =am a considerable step-up in it. reader attratio i
i to Government this week, the jSunay Ouardan a de dersa bachelor, ef At
U.5.NJll. am a, isen
1W .,rogramme drafted by Mr to e absorbed In recataloguing and wed eonors rs Newl lo, si.
l =n Comma, librarian. and sac- VlalffYln 20000 of the library .! so to a noekce pose d In t
by the management commlt- dual S. acr city ng try ya n ytod. ...
as an AdIm rabla, piece of work $&M SUpPLEM ENT t I, It all 18 yestedi ay. .i R te
for getting the library ready " taepcin al is weddings are ed t
as a vr n admirabl ic fwry 1, 1950,up take place in tand around the city
Schae over on January 1, 1, Supple, ntarv estimate of $8,hortly. Contracting 5part ie :
to reesevic, q ~ Stl ee n~and i A sm C :RLA
aT sucription n to free service, rs general impreo ement in the au JULzto be e it _r
th a book stock of 40000 vo- U hting system and re7noation of lito S tuer e o tti. d =W oCK
es for g general cirdl htion, In- the. out' ilding. With an I n- Ot VAr, doAUi dut ies be e
t4" of 20,000 as now, with interi- pred lighting system "he library tr, prH so. otc.r 01 58 RS l t stn.
r srnsngements. furniture, and wil be in a position to resume oob ands AGNES OLIV CHAALA
ting all modernised, tand entire nlght Service. Asepilster, seametre, Bs welter Ma
Sup to accepted standards. Pins for structural alterations and *AcWiNsTON APPOLONIUS raons.
P inancing the re-organlmtion re-orpinisatlon have been made by WB r, erk 1 Pem tre,
ogr am m e requires that the llb M .- M r. A nth iy Lew is, the liWb ar. 's tMp Rot. 0 lerk. Lo g d1 P le str. eeit ,n d
hIK' hn^w 1^ ^1 ^ ^ bills an^ 1' annualH i~ MARI ANTOINETTE PlArUL, pit*r,
r which now h1 an annual in. architect adviser, ho suggested that AtpR1t, of 36 LonTdon PtretA bA spr.ia
of $12.000 should b In Pool- the outbuilding be converted into a DOMIIC AFRICAN, baolr., lnbortOr.c
oto budget for spending $1s,000 two.storey structure do n aIieL piaaner Romd LDICAut M
providingMITCHIIILL. spinster. domteatic uturo, at
139 with increases in appro- staff accommodation on the ground W @m* address.
tiso reaching a peak of $24,000 floor while books and other val- M* RIN. O sm LNs D bcha e diSre., go tea
1i4*. Ale perlodicols now stored In the "n o dase dteenb
Es~m~tal forthetranitio IaMe Adesa,
E natee for the transition garret could be arranged In the JACOB MANMORAN. bachelor, signal.-
are based on revenue accru- upper storeyS on. Royal Navy, of 21 Ueorgq street,
f m ub- the and EUO"-NIA BLZEAMDLL, spinster, *t
In equal am nts from sub- during transition y lck street, Arouc
r1, Oovernment, and the City memorandum points oUt. subscrlp- taGEOROX DENIS CLARKE. bachelor.
with two-thirds to meet tion rates will be lowered gradually Wine, of 20 Western Main ad, a.
expenses and thi re- and service extended. Jpamter, drenaker, of same address.
Applied towards provision Reference services and children si sALeX DAreEmLL JARD, NE, bao elor,
411itinuous development, as well lbr L will be entirely on a free. topographical surveyor, of Artcphla ored,
Shan( machinery set up by the basis while lltera-v and debating ",Ward of St. Ann', end BARBARA MAR
I MINORSspinster, of 34 Elizabetha atrift,
d of 1949 for a gradual building clubs will be able to borrow books "1 4 HoaPT ior, o u
at spei.i loee susrnnventille Road. and DOROTHY BUtSBy.
of regular circulation to an ul- at spec',il lowered subscri- ion spntr emtes o.iLvnil od
Otte 100,000 volumes. rts " /ner amlitres. Of It Laventlll* Road.
Ate10,00olues rte. ARRY DUt Both, bachelor, sable sea-
Propose.tl is that when free ser- With gradual Increase in circu- e. .' mPiaRen, of ID Prince tlre e, and AMAIUTA
ce begins in.1950 the library from lotion. the library in 1950. If the ,TAYLOR, spinster, seamstress, o the
which all Trinidad may now be a' work succesf-lly, will offer I . nin address.nhr, re h
.ed Port-of-Spain r' ,- CHARIA CLARKE, bachelor, mechan.
err will se Its serv ice to 20 t 5 r cent ROd, and MERLL
ly and the City Council will of the city's opulation-20,0 to .' *tARTOIOMW. spinster, of North Road.
ovefullinancil naibi .j Miaih anton Place*. t. Joseph.
ie over full financial respond ibi- f 000 borrowers reading books Regular afteren scene ft the Trinidad Publle Ubrarr with LORENZO MARCANO, bachelor. a hon .
ty which, It Is suggested, could be from an estimated stock to be built subscribers browsing around and choosing their booBRTAk GUILART,32 Pembrokestreet.smand GIL.
et by a library t,ix t~at wou' uo to at least one volinte per capi- N 1915 Laventlie Road.
ntw appropriation averaging 24 ta of the population." EMMANUEL ESCLYBIUS LORD. bache-
t- n esiao'tn n n.0 of a& Quarry street, and
LX BROWNE. spinster, seamstress,
nata per annum per head of popu- *,---- ,, "MYRTLE o BROWaE. Qinserr Setreet, a d
ttl o n o a& Q uarry street.
3VERNMENT REQUF., T Arima Councillor Building Society rnnceuTttnO a oSYLVSTER ii, bachelorr wter
A.e a atedn.Of 1t0 Galtlus street. and TERN-
The five-year scheme worked outTo S I. T w Declares Dividend OFuARd Pushe CO EAU sp.ns.ter.. N, bechetr lr," -
Mr. omm folowsreqest y o 31Hermitage Road.
a To Stu y Law The directors of the Trinidad Fund Pu e JOHN ARTHUR MENDONCA, bachelor,
y r Comma follows request by '/UU b W he directors Of the Trinidad LU l counts clerk, of h4Obsesrvittory street.
vernAent to nvAke out a case for ant clerk of 54 snr, or S
nd over to the Library Commit- Sunday Guardian Correspondent Buiilding and Loan Association, -and PHYLISae Do SILVA, amo nt.l ot b
of $11,500 voted by the Le.giilt- ARIMA, July L.-Resignation of h a meeting hel, yesterday The Friends of Ethiopia Coor- DarES CONRAD FRElmont. RICK, bch
a in 1941 to improve unsatisfac- Councillor Sam Peertamnlngh front at m ye mittee's drive to raise funds or mehanc, f 40d Clifton HU, *1d
rv conditions at the library. Uov- the Corporation here was accepted morning, declared an interim erection of the Princess Tsahai XNA THEODORE BXST. spinster, tel-
nt Is calling for an undertak- by the Council in regular session dividend at the rotte of 4% per Memorial Hospital in Ethiopia, phone operator, of 41 Baden-Powell Street.
that within it spec' ed period yesterday. was intensified last week. electrician, of P7 Alrcdo ENtreet, cho
Slibrary will be converted into a Councilor Peertamsingh will be cent for the half-year ended Among the week's activities, the UNIc JOHANNA STEELE, spinster, clerk.
eas public library "in accordance going abroad shortly to study law. June 30, 1944. broadcast by Sir Harry Luke, of 41 Edward street.
Graduate o Naarm College, ...... --- r i^ ------ hConiinhe arbetn
modern Interpretation of the Graduate of Naparima College, aChief Representstivt of the Brit-
rma public library." he became a Councillor at Arima ish Council in the Caribbean, or
iA $11,500, with $8,5 on a sup- after only two and a half years' Wednesday evening on the Prin ICONTINUEO FROM PREVIOUS COL.J
Thi s$ ith, on a sp residence. Court ces Tsahai Memorial Hospital
e the committee to effect Led by His Worship the Mayor, Fund in support of the collection
eAlderman C. de Ganes, theWriterS organized by the local committee, peal for contributions hp, been
ed reforms. Council paid high tribute to the and yesterday's Ethiopii.n Flag sent to the friendly societies.
Out of the $11,500 Government retiring Councillor. The Sunday uardan" under- Day stad ot as the biggest Contribution lis to date is as
te there will be a $2,600 alloca- "it wll be difficult to replace stands that Mr. D. C. Jordan, Mr moves to swell Trtnidad's contri- follows:
on for the purchase of .,500 addl- him," said Councillor St. Clair n rbution Already acknowledged $1,673.39
onal volumes suited to children Ashby, the Deputy Mavor. Wlnzey Bruno and w The week's contrbutons Dr SamuelJaes 00
provision of new design shelv- tehave bees appointed to the three The week's contributions Dr. Samuel James .... 15.00
n provision of new design helv- have es appolntel to the three brought the total to $1,703.39 yes- Nurse Ira McShine-
s well as furniture built to N thfN L chl newly-created posts of Government terday and it is hoped t: t early Prescod ............ 5.00
Lv maximum. comfort. North oast Schools shorthand writers. this week this will be push- 4 far Mrs M. Hancock and
Next biggest allocation, one call- The appointees, who have been past the $2,000 maril which the Miss Cummings ...... 1(,.00
ig for expenditure of $2,100. will Hold F frm Ds elected from a long list of appli- committee planned to reach long ..
devoted to the furnishing o 500Hol 5 Fa rm LD'ayjcnshv enj committee planned to reach long
Devoted to the furnishing o cant, have been asked to assume before the end of June. Total .............. l$1,703.39
ew reference volumes ind furr.i- Sunday Guardian Correrpondent duties as soon as possible. The bridge drive and parce's -
ee for an enlarged reference sec- TOCO. June 30.--Farm Day was Duties of the posts, each of which evening organized by a sub-corn- Bridge players wishing to attend
on to meet increasi- demands observed in the North Coast schools, carries a salary srale of $1i )- mittee headed by Miss Audrey the Drive but -ho do not care to
Various groups, particularly stu- on Thursday and Friday when Mr. 120-./1l,920 per annum, include the Jeffers comes off a, the Princes take part in the competition may
nti t from se nmdzry schools and C.. Oayadeen, the inspector in taking of vergatim notes in the Bullding on Wednesday, July 5. arrange for private tab'es. All re-
dult evening classes, charge of the division, Mr. S. E. Supreme Courts as well as proceed- A fair in aid of the fund was servations should be made through
Spropriation of $2,009 will be Hagley, the Agricultural Adviser, ings of the Legislative Ciuncil and held at San Fernando yesterday Miss Audrey Jeffers. while tickets
Sa capital grant for stan. County of St.. David, and Mr.. W.. Registrar and Marshal of the Su- and It is undo-- that an ap- may be obtained from he:- or from
Snon-fictlon books to fill gaps Williams, the club leader of the preme Court. CNTINUED members of the Friends of Ethiopia
the collection and meet, antici- North Coast schools, visited all the A former senior reporter of the G1NTINUED lt ,-..T COLUMN Committee.
ted needs of a free public library schools. "Trinidad Guardian," Mr. Jordan -
ree. After the examination of live- at present holds the position of
Structural rcpira to the present stock and poultry, the visitors ad- Press Officer In the Informattlu a! ^
.lding involving among other dressed the pupil, on the necessity Office. Mr. Bruno ts chief reporter
ings, plumbing, staff room provi- of continuing the rearing of the a. the "'Port-of-Spain Gazette,"
will absorb $2,363. animals. while Mr. Ahwal is a civil servant,
Reconditioning approxlnmeiteiy
00 old volumes will take $1,500, -
ae p lan stipulates, while $60 Is s ni |HHIm|liilflh|liHl| i| ||ii| | |ii t||||lflMl|||||||| IIii ii lihI|lfl)|i|mf l P1


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'Phone 'Phone 57641


ARTICI cl"S HfImmIflTEu1f1 -Hlnlhu iM-rnmm HlumfMmu HuHgim _
ON TUESDAY. JULY 5TH ...................------ -_ .-= ............ "_

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avoured with instructions from
Administrator of the Estate of
). W Payne, Messrs. M.
Ise, V. Espinet, M. St. Hill, E.
uel. M. Edwards, R De Cost
Others, we will seUl the fol-
Babys Perambulator, 1 Baby's
1 Child's Bicycle, Infant's
S i;, .BOoties and other garments;
tar, I Mandolin, 1 Eukelele,
|-Ley B Flat 'l.0te, 8 .-.C.A.
.trical Pickups, 1 O.E. 11-Tube
lo, 1 G-.E 7-Tube tadio, i
ner 1 2-Burner Hoc Plate,
SOUi LA-..p, Electri. l. ding
ps, 2 Electric T asters, 1 2-
fer Perfection Oil Stove .1 3-
er Oil Stove, I large Wall Clock
teel &rame dfticai "jjitu,,lL
i: wit-. plate-gla.m helves,
hp's Telescope. 1 Waxing Broom
e Portable Gramophone, and
er Portable Gramophones, 2
their Travel]'- Bags, 1 Shoe-
n' Arm Machine, k Treadle
* Machine, 1 Ensign Cam-
(120); 1 Brownie Camera, I
Camera, 1 Bathroom Scale
Doctor's eighin, Machine,
.one Piano, Croc! fro
.R.8., 31 s and Brassn r,1
in Simmom Bed and SprtU6
K k n. Thil-Pst Be? pedroe,
Room&. Sit"n Rom SUS
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Sizes 4 to 8 ......................
Sizes 5 to 9 ..... ................ ......
Sizes 3 to 9 .......................................
Sizes 5 to 8 .............................f
BOOTS to keen the onl(de firn
in Tan and White
Sizes 4 to 9 ..

Cor. Duke and Pembrok

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Acting eo eba of the '
VALUESMCs evfy o Waw 2fts>pef I.
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WRontent ,;. ,,E
SHOES j KVc U A 8 icn a
11 ~~Part-of B~n t~^tw3a._,% .'
. at $2.08 per pre

. at $2.45 per pr. WA EA NMO_
. at $2.45 per pr. LOXIT GLASE"..Sri. ai t e *, Mi&A.

.o ...d ,ek. It La..l ea. s 1.-
at $200 per upr. -
*SA it is A "My be 7Ji.
ot $2.45 per pr. v qa' am eter ai e Don ae
MJM.C.VJLC. 1A.A.0.Ok a.SA. AN*JT4mI
EWMARKET Ophthalmic Op-tian
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Just *eceivd


A Shipment of



Plastic Handles

with Steel Frames

Black & Assorted
Fancy Colours

Get yours Early



Two desirable tResidences, adjoin-
ins each other, situate on the main
ROC-". -' OAD, Christ Church,
BARBADO, one Called 'TieLOR-
r ", VILLA" w14 25,356 square feet
of land. and the other called
'B XT VILLA' with 21.60
square feet of land.
Both houses are nicely set btek
from Ule Public Road, and each
contains Re ptioi) and dining
rooms, a "edr m usual public
rooms and co M lentu. puboli
ye-0 with g ge apa s lower' gar-
den etc. Oova=aent ter and
electric e tore iMnstalled. Good
sea-bathing available a short dis-
tance from the properties.
Inspection Invited, 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. any day, except Sunday.
The Wropertles will bi se t u for
s.,le in separate lots, by public
conpetlt.on at our Office, J:mes
Sti et ,BrT-o0Tr N, on Friday
7th July 144 at : p.m.

SolicItoro- Bwarlidom.


32a Harpe Place, part empty; 309 A
Paris Boulevard; 132 Second Street; 1 & O eBMdd Teo I
103 Old St. Jos ph Ro..d; Long TROPKALrb alM ba o *
Circular Road, St. Fred-rlck, r your Md a LU
George, Nelson, St. Vincent and PLANT.
Queen Streets. Several building
I near Workers' Homes, Laven- W ha" a oaM*ed e
tle. ef Mew UV I tmhr.
Liatrge and small loans on mort- -"--
ga-es. Stada M~

Real M o e Agent.


S 8t. Vincent. Street.

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Highest Prices Paid

Win. IHI. Kennedy & Ce.. LtdL


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'MLY 2,1394.

Allies Score Success
Everywhere In Europe
NMWS of Allied success came from all
fronts in Europe last week, the mot
spectaclar beng Fomd by the ed Army
an the White Ruodan fro% where more
than 150,000 Gas& bay been killed
or captured In t2w 0a m days of the
ofensive. The a AMi are applying
the experiee gined n previous en-
counters with the Wehnnacht, which is
being made to fight on three widely
separated fronts at a time when its re-
urces are dwindling. By way of con.
trist, the Anglo-American forces in
northwestern France are facing the
enemy under new conditions and apply-
ing new techniques. Against the enemy's
static defences they have turned the
full weight of air. land. and sea forces
and have already achieved a success
which bodes Ill for Hitler
The fall of Cherbourg was followed
last week by the launching of a new of-
ftnsive by General Montgomery's forces,
which has made valuable gains and
brought them close to capturing Caen.
The progress of our troops has produced
reaction in the form of stiffening Ger-
man resistance, and the first drawing by
the enemy on his strategic reserves in
Germany. Another sign of enemy anxiety
That, for the first time since "D-Day,"
enemy motor vehicles are operating in
daylight and presenting good targets to
our aircraft. The weather has been ham-
pering air activity by the Allied air forces
fn recent days, but the guns of the bat-
leships are giving assistance in the
breaking up of enemy's concentrations.
SThe spectacular successes in the cen-
tral sector of the eastern front are but
6bw preliminary to grand operations
whichh will send the Wehrmacht reeling
43ong the whole front, and give support
to the Anglo-American effort in the West,
*he importance of the Soviet advance
into White Russia is to be seen in the
fat that Hitler has now lost important
tkategic positions which he had held
umely for three years, ever since the
day of his invasion of the Soviet
anln. The loss of these bastions cannot
6t have an adverse psychological effect
in Germans at home and on the battle-
ronts, when they realise that the efforts
bf the Wehrmacht are tailing every-
P A significant event of the past week
6as been the extension of the shuttle
bombing of Germany by Allied aircraft
operating from bases in Britain, the So-
ilet Union, and Italy. This means that
very part of the Reich and every war
WMtallaon In It is now within reach of
Allied bombs. More than anything else
the use of Russian bases by American
aircraft symbolizes the unity which now
Exists among the thire major powers,



Mua Do fO" w sk
Tb semeanc by O VOiW Sl ISS
am Fruo rela of ilth yt hd aIs
wa40 t1 9 tt4 H#MI i tS pWe ttM
cAmtt Mtei thn tbey bUteate a ganment
which eIs commied to alutg the
enemies Finland, It Is true, hu COa-
tinued to pay her war debts to the United
States tat, u Presuent Ioonevelt sold
wini the State Deparment gave the
Finnish Ambassador his papes Ameni-
can goodwill could not be bought

Emergency Measures Needed
To Meet Housing Situation
THE danger about the activity housed
by the disclosures of overcrowding
In a Marine Square tenement, as we said
last Sunday, is that the zeal for reform
may not last. This has happened before,
and the fact that this is the fifth survey
to be made of the area is eloquent. What
seems necessary as an emergency step
is a more positive approach to the prob-
lem than the Planning and Housing
Commission seems able to make.
The commission has done very good
work. but is no doubt handicapped by
the complexities of the procedure laid
down by statute. It spends much time
cutting away the underbrush when It
should be getting at the forest trees.
Besides. its preoccupations are probably
too numerous to allow enough attention
to be paid to the slums. For speedier
progress we must have emergency mea-
sures, and something in the nature of a
war-time housing board should be set up,
with power to act swiftly and decisively.
It is good news that legislation on the
subject Is being drafted, which we hope
will soon see the light of day. Any rea-
sonable proposals are certain to be wide-
ly approved, and the Legislature should
be specially summoned to consider them.
This would expedite the arrangements
and impart a proper sense of the
urgency of the social problems involved.
Slum conditions cannot be swept
away in a moment, and we must avoid
the over-optimism which would trans-
form Cinderella at once into a princess.
But we must also avoid dropping back
into apathy. We should capitalise on the
present aroused interest in order to push
through needed legislation and secure
prompt action in the worst areas, but we
should beware of a reaction of indiffer-
ence. Who will carry forward the move-
ment, with steady persistence when It
has ceased to be spectacular? Who will
risk criticism for the sake of doing
a genuine public service? Such men are
needed; they. more than the enthusiasts
of a moment, will deserve the thanks of
the community.
It is more than a year since we sug-
gested the appointment of a small com-
mittee to tackle the problem, but nothing
was done. The need for slum clearance
and rehousing has been emphasised by
more than one visiting Commission and
debated Interminably, yet in 1944 we
find 60 people sleeping in cubicles in
a single building, without privacy or
conveniences. It is time to be up and
doing, for this is not an isolated case.
Here is a task worthy of the best en-
deavours of public-spirited men and the
support of enlightened public opinion.

- $1.60

- $2,25

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Yb 3oe', "'h-quade .
Thml e EdilltorlmI

T7e attachd letter has boe fr-
wrdl mto e byr Mr. A. C. O'Dowd.
magd ir l 7, IULA, w" a icotribtta
of e to t Red Crm.
Mr.o OlDow has so ob;octic to
Its hdmghlldne and X shall be
fa i .f yo can uea It ia your
Th Se VWtE a the leetr from
MI. De wie Mr. Dee
Dear Mr. Booa.-Enclowed pete
ad cheque for BO for Brith
R Cram Special Invasioa FMd,
and I also append a statement
showing bow this doaoa iA ar-
It is a protest against the reck.
Ioe e *xpediture by Governments
I the part also a means of
drawi attention to the fact of
those eiovernmentt evading their!

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tUMAY unyemowkm
o mTakem ft --M"1 Se-Dath of ( a) q
bMB -9~ 55 w-wmm*Nok-aI- 3O
PUSK" on cT is ]Met UI Wh" ich
to"t of mwaism of *Inejtto re- l*h dig ft.ww
=n ti*e M1m 3-p U b (bM) < 8rMAI. ia
abl. LM 0 jwBd tde wil latty mgegodw4h
b& pt up fore sra PblC ABC- Suwar W*U4..
Saima Mosday the Mth da curetd ft the amt
1wa. 1M4K at th b atM 2 P.10% tbruary. 1is"

si le motabi 0411tw warls-, he t
ihocse, H. Rat-091 CompensatioIn In t,
spa the Umdearetiolled goad ter hav r been d depeltedt

Lur Bayf p~hedfr nts of the laUid(ai )
A quantit ies uo fo o(b) Seeml are

theU& Deputy.e AM
e by ro pand ine i fured tosappear before
Mn fto:nrnor etc, io ma be s eoner on Pday the
as ia pper. ulyI%%,. at 93w o'cloc
otsaidne oodsWilltheaforeendtinedforenoon at the Court
S in sof-Spain, when the
blw#eApaw au.lsao hl proceed to detervalne4
the Deputy Regtar, S upremeeo Proof of rela ionshp
COUrt. Permilstsio to vAie MO in- tts to the deceased wr
pedt the said goods wul be arrang- be required by othe
ed by appointment, to be furnished by c
All further information may be the enquiry. Such proof to
obtained from the f*orementloned '.he form of certificates
DeMutr ReuistrMr. Supreme Court. Itrd of marriat ua In the d
Dated this th day of June. 1944. stances be necessary.
i. A .inMZ.I Dated this 7th day of June




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just reslposibilIUtes. -At hi first Pre conference loet "D-Day, General Sir e ........ .
aM--ongmery discussed the arogTr ad the station of troops Subiutute for Admiralty Marshal LA. G
ste. T 5 afr the landings in Nonnrmndiy typical po^, the t Go o -Trinidad and Tobao Deputy Registrar. SL.prea
L' LP. Tax s4% .. ,1000 Ml gerstures to get over a peinat s tho war earre tsde-t 3 CIs II
S'ttenda-n "4101____________Important Noti% DUCK SH W T1
LA IMo-- Ta ST|1 .... % _DUCK S
I--' Pitfalls Of External Exams DRUGS AND MEDI- moving t oetop
nA. C. ON eed'D F C h g O T rice rowers In the Nrla ,
w. Suggest N or Ce CAL SUPPLIES that damage Is einca.
I d S o es nurseries by clocks of wild
W illiam Fogar-ty, idDAmd For Chan eC SUL-IES the Acting Governor In Coil
Colonei Wenger's Tsk By S. M. RAMESHWAR linvaribly to crmmir and mer- The IattenUtion of every person June 27th 1944, has, o_. the
olono Wengers Tsk abut because they prevent carrying on a Medical SuiPline mendation of Mr. R L.
T Editor, "Sunday Guarin Tplc of Interest at the present the adaptation of education which Businiss and f Itll e. ;gnised Ds- Chief Game irden. made
Now that the V. campairn limet .ie place external examina- is essential to meet an ever-widen- trib .ors appointed under the Con- tlns by which the shootingi
out to betin allow m paign ,tion s should hold in the secondary ing range of student intere-ts and Itrol of Medical Supplies Regulations ducks of every description M
abu obeialwme as a young school system of Ounooy Ti blti ell
cYitptibfr en our Colony. ThCoos abilitito puSee942 publishedd In the Royal Gas- Ward of Cocol is now pei
the public f tI pression of pi'. nct a matter for :he framers of1 "2. External examinations tend !ette of 7th September, 1M2) is
onel 0 C Wenger. under whose educational policy alone; the pub- to dominate the curriculum and to hereby invited to the Communique This regulation does not
dlr s v iw tally involved and expres- prevent Its adaptation not onlv to iand Control of Medical Supplies other parts of the Colony,
gutldancei the wrk will be carried sIons of enlightened opinion from diifferenes of individual rbiUe ,tAmendment) Regulation 1i44 the Caroni Swamp. wh y
I attended the lecture delivered fa sides should be welcome. !t also to the demands of modernmpublished in the Ro.al Gaettie of ducks may only be sht; dw14
by Colonel Wenger at the Prince's Indeed. first salvoes have already life. Saturday, the 1st instant, in re* oven season from November
Build on the subject of venereal been exchanged. Certain education- I"3-. They tend to deflect interest* spect of Drugs and Medical Supples Marchn aslist.
disease before he went to the Unl- ist.s have expressed their broad Prents the pulic. and t requrd for the year I45.
let States for the purpose of se- views on the question of examlna- Ioften of teachers from education required Huntsmen In search of
curing staff and equipment. tions, and some members of the t* .pre-otupltion wilh examination 0.N. SIW SON., Crow'-. Im nds or Forest
The Colonel In his lecture liter- public have seen fit to dlsagree-- -r--un Chairman, Control Board and re required to obtain a
&all striped sex of its garb of disagree, be it noted, with what "4. The certificate so gained Director Bulk Purchasing Dept. ,licence from.y nvWarden's
mystery and presented it ila ma -was neser said nor Intended. Even to become~ wsed. with eds- 'I charge for a hunting ll
ner for anyone to understand. Te the 1'Trinldad Guardian'- has taken cation as "the emphasis comes to lat July, 1944. 151.20 per annum.
lecture on the whole was very editorial notice of the looming bat-' m Placede Upon the ptrroet'e at- W ARNING
educational, and I saw on the fa, tie tendinc the mere posession f WARN ING
of thcse who attended an expres- From the outset the Issue should! eertificates, rather than uon the
slon of complete satisfaction and be made abundantly clear. It is nmore valuable effects of education
In crest. The minajority of those who well to know what we ar, fighting upon the development of indivi- o s
were smart enough to be present about before we begin actually to duals. 'eTh he of a wireless rueelvpt n et a ioed to a motor
received a booklet entitled. It fight. "5. The work of the school tends Is prohibted In any prt of the Colony.
Doesn't Pay," and all saw moving There are signs on every side to be circumscribed by t u
pictures on the subject that a ,dical reorganisaon of our ment of an nta y Offenders re hereby warned that unless racsets are
Colonel Wenger, a highly' pub.ic- educational system is about to takewbhl tto o often limits the culval- sed without delay procedin under Bchedule Part n Ch.
sp.rlted gentleman, impressed me place And It seems that, so far as t1n tf interests which can realUy may be InsUtuted against them.
not only as an education. butsecondary education is concerned. enrichen life. no pl to th uo
also as an officer possessing all the ihe time has come when the dead "G. From" the point of view of The above resictlon doesnot apply to the us a si
faculties of a gentleman of high hand of external examinations tInstructiton, one of the most bane- st @n Government business.
breeding and having wide expert- I should be removed from over the fulfresults of external examinations .
ence in )ublic affairs. heads of our youth in order to en- is the failure to encourage a spirit F R. S lfi
One could not but be charmed able them to develop in an atmo- ;of Initiatitve, resourcefulness. self- Wirel M
by his aftabilty and admire his sphere devoid of the cramping ef-lreince and ability to study fee custoaus House,
ldeatlgable spirit. Which qualities fects of a rigid and myopic sylla-, onee Part- BoS4p .
owe eximmsed by his approach bus. 3fth Jeam.2Uw4.
to th .subict. hi eloquence ran This should not be interret to! Government t Lead ? ------ "
berft. Also, the fna that hb mean that examination should be
achieved his object In going back abolished altorether. Until sme- .
to the U.S. (despite the fact that thing better can be evolved to take It Is. therefore, clear that the
in then times materials and trained the place of examinations, they tendency in progre ssiv. ouiries
personnel are so hard to procure', mut continue to haunt us But ls to get away from the harmful
"" ...ut effects of external examinations
U Mflieent evidence in support of two things are proposed here, effect of .ittenal examinatitons
the latter, namely (l)that externann to mae written examinatins a re le ss T a lk
With Colonel Wenger at th, helm tons should gradually be rteplaced onv one means of testing merit
the V.D. campaign Is in very ap- by a sem of internal examina- and bility and not the one and
able hands, and It will be guided tions conducted by the trained only means as obtains today.
with the utmost precision, expedi- staffs of reconid schools where .The %arnin must also be given
lion and Ji.horoughness. which are th_ students actually attend, and that as long as the Civil Service
characteristic of the type of ad- (2) that written papers should not land emPloyers generally continue C o sts L i ve s
ministra-lcn which is to be ex- be the sole determinant of successto insist upon these certiflnates as
pected from men of his calibre, or failure. Personality (character), passport o white-c-llar employ-
Colonel Leilich. to the joy of 'he initiative, sportsmanship and pers- ment..o Ion will thp public resist --__________________
travelling public, has put the Trin- pectivo sculd be factors for evalu- Ithe proposed change. and schools
idad Government Railway back on ation as much as the student's will cntinue to give the people
its feet. and the unfortunate suf- memory, which, unfortunately, Is what thev want as opposed to -hat
ferers of venereal disease can rest what the external examination ofa s g . oo
assured that Colonel Wenger will today tests. This statement does Here Is a clear case where Govern-
trv his best to do likewise for them. not rule out the written examina- m nt can help by calling the tune. R o nl b y
I hope the Colonel will ha ve 10-tlon mer:-ly aims to dethrone it. Not oniy by precept but by exam-
difficulty in recrulting a staff lo-I pe it can speedily bring the public
cally. to undertake what must be 111 .*e t -Gr wth to a realisation of the baneful ef-
a very arduous, highly technical .i a r fects cf external examinations. The
and difficult task, from which there e:.ample must be set, in Its own in-
could b, no better reward than the It might not be generally known stitutions. An internal school-Ilea.y-
joy of knowledge that it i for the that in Britain written examina- i'g c;rt'icate can be substituted, S EV
immediate upliftment and relief of tions art a plant of recent growth, as a first &teo, which would be
sujering humanity. There wa a time when even the granted to students leaving a mec-
F.L.L. priced degrees of the Universities ondary school after from four to
Port-of-Spaln. of Oxford and Cambridge were six years of study there. The stu- i
-o-- granted without written examina- dent's entire career will be taken
tons; the candidate had, however, Into account. \
New Jobs-For Unemployed to defend a thesis orally before a Masters who have watched him U
panel of examiners who took the for so many years wvll be better
n reply to a question asked in ory but other qualItes as well. Even and worthiness fr a certificate I4 -
Parliament by Mr. Thomas Praser today the MA. degree of these rather than examiners sitting be-
recently, the Secretary of State universities is not obtained by ex- fore a lifeless stack of papers 4,000
for the Colonies stated In part: aminatlon. miles away from the .udent and
"Agriculture in general, and the The same applied to secondary his environment. Of course, side by
sugar industry 'n particular. were schools stil in a position to offer employ- schools). It was only in th. 19th pointment of secondarvy schc.ol in- CWU AD
meant, but the number of workers century, when the satae began to ipectors of high educational .and-
who had so far registered how a tendenv o seek control ing, JL
small. over these schools, that certain in-I If it iL found expedient to hasten
It is a well known fact that the fluentilal headmasters, led by Thring slowly. and for a tiansiticnal pe-
agricultural workers who found of Upplnghanmk moved to block riod, a compromise -can be made.
employment on th. US. bases are what they regarded au a threat to The present written tests can ow-
now being released. Can we expect their independence by encourati utinue to b taken, but final tan"- L tsIrTA
these men to go back to the land? the formation of external examina-: Ing at the school-leaving level STAD
Let us act witelv and use the tion boards with the prestige back- should be determined, say. 90 per
necessary amount of imported Ia- ing of the universities, cent by the carefully kept record -1_
hour In agriculture and industries. _irst u-happy rec -t was that lol th..tudent's entire school c ar-
od simultaneously reopen the ,he seondry School curriculum eer. Iand40 per cent by the papers
t ) before tne examnr
wannl for recruitment oftraides- became moreor lels b the examiner. an
f thet RA.P. dardised in order to f taltat this A A ...
Otherwise there will be unem- type cf testing. lmpasis began 1to A 01 0W
ployment In the Co01 and that shift from the student to the sub-,o' 0 1StUlI Show
dreaded ertewvew again pree- ),ct Fortunately today th ten-S OW
VGLdency among progressive educa- ~ f
Unmploymsn e ftcuesro b- tionsts is to seek to reverse the Pi DecreaSe
bey. hooliganism. V*ewa larceny, order and change tho emphasis ANUKAf frne tomct-
mbbNwIN wwwbt. sAd a hoot Owbackofrom the subject to the u- foodstuffs w from tOWarA
e c dent. row b obtainable locally Aat cheap
LOCAL KNOWLDGL It probate y is not generally er rates, according o official pub i UIACAO ulfA 'esi vwli d Td
aM FPnanAdo. known either that for the pust two cation yesterday.
decades educational expert, from Instead of a wholesale pyle of
Re"d Left 'flat the UnIted States. Oreat Britain $X5O per barrel of I6 tbs In hli ^e ndimi e&Gd-- drnA y 0.
a, s sevetI of thle eoun.1Port-of-Spain an PSJO elsewhere a. %--- -. [ am .
ThM nMo "ta okr GoMB-i trt.n have be eBn4= 11na & y- other than Tobago. and 1 cen, vim LaC- 4 V
game Jamnry of th is t e t me amut indry nto the value of and 17 cents per pound retail in_ d _
tia ^ xasni S^-at! e.XSSa specivey, ickled; williw h beA- ( Ai
hose'ter r Nl eamnAums. NotI= special districts and elsewhere ye-
dde of the Map Mafrun = vly, pick"ler tringswillbeCA w1" of*0 IP a i
ti. i k fo toSr l of idoetuon appointed a old at 23.5O and $2110 awd 7 .1
maw d to nowtheroa dtohas coemmttee under the c h thp Cents and 16 cents .i t,
iStered to As rme r c Dr. Cyril wo to advise on Pickled mackrel which likewise
t It oMdteonlt.ipm sMl e.rl l atUb school had a fxed rtce of S3 and $30
eu vtn tan m u ma on examination. : barrel of oeele. and .M "^a f lR
li definite meace to travellers, n Ad this mFMltte, dednitely re- ic eents and It cents per pound
its en. urer ,comended that external eamina- retail. has dropped to $ and
Dio MartLn TTK N. ld be ultimately abolished $3.30. and 1f cents and t tints, -.i ne se ousis 0
and*4 replaced by internal riamins- Only Inrrease Is on citrict" a"id p- -5B
crystals, retail price of which Is P M ebsi.
Conks Car Driven charged tm t64 cents per pound to 110 to I IL.&i ,SAT L
". niow -e deC.. a.- lairy Hel g cents per pound. .
some taxi drivers who epontoi pre 1.n n Da y_ W M
from a Jam to Porto4f-ps Pron m Mil to 16 revnrtsita- rance a
_v h sur_ ata y hih *tiv f+r m nnl e of the wo rl t For Navies Sunday
^M ,chiegly nimmediatq tely arressie countries. aasely-wng- *uur
a-n7 Sunday, July *n wdl te 0-e- 5 Ab rermby Stt, Per t-f- e :: 'Ph -
hath niedSats P~'ea a day of thankful -
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tt ReWl N-on. Show at Windiesr. at which they beth won cup&.-(AP photo).

hora Tomas W.I Guest Night At 7p.m.
Stars over Hollywood; 3.30 Invitation to
something to Reme > hal P.M.: 2,00 Sporting Record: 2. 0Palace LArnlng; 4.05 News: 4.15 Chicago Sum-
slwithWing t lt y Tnku M mer Symphony; 5.00 Time Views the
SsometRhing to remember, In- aoVaryietie sN o Takr n. News; .10 Programme Preview; 5.15
B JM u tO 1mvBa, In- .Mear, arry Mooney, Frnek Foriby.G.. Battle Background ; 5.30 Mirth and
ed. as far a" Trinidad's home- Evelynd, Chairman DiU stphns; a. 00 Madness: .00 News: 6.05 Sport Page;!
6.15 Pereonal Album; 6.30 Hour of
Own entertainment is o Concerned. World News followed by Parliamentary Charm: 7.00 News; 7.11 Stock Market
W I Summary by Ernest Atklnson; 3.15 Albert Report: 7.30 Nitwit Court: 8.00 New;s:
What makes me say sO Is not S"idler-Palm Court Orchestra with 9.06 United Network Conentary: I.15
* ambition to pay cheap oompU- Anne Z181ar,. Webster Booth and Murray Spotlight Bands: 8.30 Downbeat: 8,00
t to u Davist h g (baritone);: 4.00 Sunday Half-hour United Network Reporter; 9.15 News at
o 10 U who hV staed community singing from the Scottish Home; 9.30 Here's to Romance; 10.00
is show for a packed house at munltlont factory conducted by Thonmas News: 10.05 Contented Hour; 10.30 Bob
* mnpire. I hav seen many H. McVIgor. Hymns Introduced by Rev. Crosby.
J. KIngsley. Fairbain factory chaplain:
owa all over the world and have 4 25 .piioue; 4.30 Pr.mo Scala's ccor- C..A.A-TOMORROW
ways been a fanatical Sddit dins band: 5.00 Announcement;: 5.01 In-
Sterlude; 5.14 John Watt Introduces P.M.: 5o00 Time Views the News; ,.10
that shimmering atmosphere Psngsfrom the Shows: 6.00 Orchestral Programme Preview; 5.15 Raymond Scott
kA only mulsc-hall, cttbaret, Concert: 7.00 West Indian Guest Night;
d circus can create. Here 7.45 Orchutral Concert (gramophone re-. Orchestra; 5.30 Mirth and Madness; .00
ia, I felt quite a bit of this cords): 8.1 iTalk; 8,.0 L Ight Music: News; .05 Sport Page; 6.11 Personal
i atmsphrej radia~tling 9U.00 Nws; 9.15 Service from St. George's
r-esing atolnshere radiating hch, Charley, conducted by the Rev. Album; 6.30 Minstrel Melodies; 7.00
m the stage and I do n .Si- T. C. Porteus: 5.45 Talk: Books, Plays, News; 7.15 Stock Report: 7.30 Great Mo-
Sa moment to say So. 1Films. '"Fi"--John Agate; 10.00 News ments In Music; 8.00oo News; S.0 United
roung 'rThOt Tbomaa will er- Headlln*; 10.01 "plos0gue; 10.06 Light Network Reporter; 8.15 Spotlight Bands;
Music; 10.15 Or Harry Woods Jubilee 8.30 Guy Lombardo; 9.00 United Network
t nt be poeesed by lluIion5 s.5uo Promenad concerts. (Standard Reporter; 9.15 News at Home. 9.30
plMdeur when I n0oinate her for all subsequent concerts)-lAndon Blondie; 10.0)0 News; 10.05 Family Hour;
[ the r hapIOhip of the Symphony O'hestra. AssocIate conductor: 10.30 Norman Corwin Presents.
Basil Cameron Montagu Phillips. Overture:
w-more-entertaunent Cham- "In Pratio of my Country." Conducted WVDI-TODAY
aB that makes headway al over by composer Lisnt's ymphonie poet,
bl" ild, from the Savannah 'i )Maseppa P.M.: 2.00 Information Please; 8 30
iild. She has done a really *.B.C.-TOMORROW Sammy Kaye; 3.00 Command Perform-
jo isMoamees; 3.30 Frontline Theatre; 4.00
2t is p5ri, o1ranl~ig P.M. 8s.0 A. mooements; 5.01 NB.C. symphony; 5.00 .. News; .15
eS Mt, i ha been Varietysa yndhog; 0.00 ipmates AshoreM eet s Jack Benny; 8.0
t, 5 e V y dt o Sunday Vespers: 8.30 Fred Allen: 7.00
mmig demonstration that Brit- T7.00 Light MusiC; T.15 MeGachy's Andre Koetelanet,; 7.30 Charlie McCarthy;
&W AMOC1001d04 9 SIMS Xlen- Weekly Roundup; 7.46 Talk- Science,9. 00 Your Radio Theatre: 9.00 News:
,d A1 gtDal png g .Weky oudp 7. Tal.k-c 15 Oi: n oor; 9.30 Dance Time; 10.00
fly enin th s ipperyi field of Notebook: S .00 Talk -Current vents: Suspense 10.30 Contented Hour.
S Is.15 Pan of Variletes. Talk by David
1 anid fu. Raymond; 8.30 Orchestral Concert; 8,45 WVOI-TOMORROW
po SlMok three hoUns without Country Dary. oCun Europe; 9.00oo
News; 8.10 From Tuesday'a newspapers; P.M.: 5,00 GI. News; 3.15 Que Pass;
THiftl hit ft8, W aS display 9.8'S lght; 04."Mo4ssy'sWeekly 5.3 Vllg ; 6 M 1.3 V1l
ObU M 4n1 ta that musIC- Roundup; 10.00 Now& MaMoe6; 10.01 S Vi or; Mail. Cal; 1.30
SMaid Oabaret can produce. War RevAw; 10.11 U ight Music; 15 Great Music; 6.43 News: 7.00 Bun
Swere som sltlrr piec of Johny Canuckl's ROvu treet: 7.30 Texa" Outlaws 7.45 Monday
Musical ; .00 fluffy's Tavern: S.30
iaWk XdCly, with Gen* Ran- U.S.A.-TODAY Jack's Half Hour; 9.00 News; 9.15 LaUn
MM iRhythms; 9.30 Dance Time; 10.00 Night
Sn d Mike Bayarm P.M. 2.00 News; 5.06 Danny O'Neill;IOwl Club; 10.45 Nocturne.
othe lneor.
h m wa a brilliant wire act
OGewe Luw, a professional
x otd moveaft~ht away ~ro
LodnowT Governor To See 'Apple Cart'
W fries d Mconald Car-
e gilP-airhtOn bm his g io The Victory Players .re present- various types of Cabinet Ministers.
.was evea a fashion S how In Bernard Shaw's "The Apple Pat Reynolds achieves a consider-
f bandess mannequins on Cart" at the Empir Theatre on able "tour de force" a Mr. Van-
"t._ of Webdbes Julyh at 8.0 pJm. hattan, the American Ambasa-
m s I a d f Um. Several of the cast are already dor who brings uch startling news
The had the e in well known to Port-of-Spn to the British Sovereign. The
in a tap-da1e and an ero- theatre and radio audiences. Helen part of King Magnus is played by
ise da with her partner, B.Sokiey, who played so delight- Alec Fowls, who Is also respon-
ti Eases who he all the fully Ulvira ln. "Ethe Spirit," sible for the direction of the play.
I Sd odeft of real talent appear a Onthla, the part ore- Tickets for this production may
ated by dIth vuns. be purchased at Messrs. Davldson
B ls ehon irls, gmry Barlbara Crane Williams in well and Todd, Ltd., daily between 9
d by Mtark P.niar-h ola, cast at the P atmhtttus-Oeneral, am. and 3 p.m. The performance
S MAe newver-fauiig element and DeWNise omw a n the Part on Wednesday will be under the
011 rm Into the spotlight Of te It mre ai patronage of His Excellency the
Wbaa ~ ~ ~ o d sRoal wottot- ,ohunt''S^ ^i "^ Aetia Governor, who Will attend.
it a ,I-mble-i. Is s _eed BoilaSld AU profits will go to R.N. charities.
Age. I1 Was that touc e htaeRnl
MWiarfm ir .ar already
o... s.l o. o hthat Is a Lawir Kirtr. Mazuras All Praised
&ME MO &" tr Tof he fTrstetwo portray the king's Commenting on Masuru Ali's
nso wtiae e o "taras Ronald Con- recent recital at the Metropole
n0 Si d e o l plays sthe astute, irritable Theatre in Georgetown, a British
meM "waut the w ol Prime Minister, whilst Lawrence Guiana newspaper says: "There
Sot worry about that, KirMt pre'selt the forces of labour was a large attendance, while out-
S ist s Iiti the person of Boanerges. side the building hundreds listened.
soetht a in Hugh Ipwry, John Williams, Mr. All captivated the audience
Ne $or your next ventu... Ray Pike and Harold Haman, all from the outset . and the pro.
LANCeLOT. from R.N.A3., Plarcot, represent gramme was highly appreciated."


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Cinemanew By Spotlight
It Ioo i Us e city's leading clnsmas this week-end have made
aome sort as slent arnemnt in offering each to their patrons a dif-
ferent kind of show. On the bill ar drama, comedy, and musical, a
wi lively variety that appeals to everyone's taste and makes a per-
fect selection t or movie-goer.
Still an exozatinkg supplement is s-o
theinvasn news which, almost "n some present-day fast and
step by step, follows the liberation keeping a gra:.i of se.se even in
armies aIn their advance on the the most tumultuous pell-mell of
Buropean continent. The other fun-makIng. War-time Washing-
i heard eve nna apparently tons hotels are overcr dled and
Ill-umoured film fan sying from h figure of the comedy take all
a neighboring seat: "I am fed up the advantage from this very real
with the picturess and go to the fact.
ielnema only for the invasion news- They have to sleep outdoors undei
reel." And that was that. the rain, one of them catches a
Tne good man Is .ong as far terrible flu and there is finally
aS this week-end's cinema bill is only one way left to get a roof ovei
concerned. He might have seen their head. They get hired as
for himself in the meanlrke. cook and butler In a fashionable
He W A Frenc n household and It asy to guess
He Was A Frenchman in what a mes they transform a
jUneertal Glory," a Warner Pro- normal home.
ductieon directed oy Insoi 1%alsh, at Sorry I forgot to say that they
the De Luxe came for very important business
This attractive pbt.ue deals to the capital, the boss and his
with the French underground-but pretended secretary. I can assure
In a very different way. The you, however, that the rtory h-s
hero Is not the fighting partisan no such serious aspects and you
nor the daring saboteur. The get, In the end. a satisfactorily
hero is a full-ilae criminal, a mtur- settled love affair served as a bar-
derer who escapes from the RulO- gain.
tine while British bombers are It Is fast-moving entertainment
putting Paris into a black-out, featuring attractive Paulette God-
The police inspector who has been dard and Fred MacMurray as the
like a permanent companlan of his loving couple in distress, with in-
sinister career, gets hold of him defatigible Edward Arnold in the
quickly, and the runaway is on his cast.
way back to Paris and the guillo- Sentimental Musical
tine. When they pass by a bridge
blown up by saboteurs, the hard- "Trecadero" a Republic production,
boiled fellow gets an Idea. He directed by William Nigh at the
does not like the guillotine at all Royal
and wants to end his days rather This Is the week-end's musical
with a good deed. He will wive film outfit telling the story of a
up himself as the searched-for famous night club from the
saboteur and save the lives of hun- cradle to the height of success,
4reda of Innocent hostages. It starts way bark when Pro-
It's a deal and the police in- hibltion ends in the U.S. and
spector, unwillingly, has to give him a devoted daddy starts the Tro-
the four days left until deadline cadero as a club for his two
for the surrender to the Gestapo. adopted children. Daddy gets
With his hours counted, the bad crashed by a car and the lrl, to-
boy gets conscious of life's better gether with a fatherly friend has
side. Love to a village girl makes to fight her way through while
him almost break his pledge but brother is away s'udying. e
he arrives in time for the Nail unavoidable happy en(d brings
henchmen, fame to the nightclub and the
The mon who has hunted him amorous smile of several partners
all his life, goes next day to see for life.
the girl. She wants to know about There is a good bit of sentimen-
her never-returning sweetheart, tality running through the picture
"What was he really like?"' she but it is well produced, with music,
asks. "He was a Frenchman," songs and gags cleverly spread
says the moved policeman after a over the show. Good-looking Rc-e-
moment of hesitation, mary Lane heads the cast includ-
With such epilogue ending the Ing Dick Purcell and the brilliant
plot, the film gets sensibly the cartoonist Dave Pleischer.
human touch and a dramatic im- Four orchestras supply swing
pulse that is' far away from the music for the occasion. The other
usual script schedule. It is excit- day, I saw a film screening eight
ing from start to finish, bands and. I think there is another
Paul Lukas is the police inspec- one announced with even 12
tor, a strange mixture of little orchestras.
man and awakening patriot. Errol Is that not too heavy a trial for
Plynn has never before accom- moviegoers eardrums?
plished a performance like that C Postscripts
the criminal combining the impu-
dence of the wicked with emotional Warner's "Desert Song." re-re-
sincerity, leased for another run t the Em-
Washingto C pire, completes this week-end's list.
W singtont comedy Is Jerome Kern's unfading music
"Standing Room only." a Para- and the desert in technicolour.
mount production dirn ted by Coming to town this week: n
Sidney Lanfiold, at the the De Luixe. Alfred Hitchcook's
Globe. "Lifeboat" adapted from a story of
Here Is at last a comedy gro-7n John Steinbeck

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Today's Diary
iu-day function at PersevOrsanud
Club in aid of the Red Cross SpeW-
cial invasion Appeal with lSance]
the evening.
Damce at Trinidad Country Club.
Forthcoming Events .
Brid;. drive, organized by Wa
Avdrey Jeffers, at Prince's Lulding
in a of Ethiopia Memorial, Wed-
nesday, July 5.

Rice is a crop which thee days t inches apart with a distance of
foremost in the minds of most po about one oot better U't rows
pl; due of course to the shortae bout oot betwe th row
of this ocmmodlty. Today we in Aft'r a few days the young seed-
Trinidad and Tobago can no longer lings will have pricked up all
depend upon India, which inciden- over the fild.L At this jupture It
tally supplied us with three-quar- A dressing of sulphate of ammonia
tern of our pre-war imports, to of about two Cewts. p A ie s
supply us with rice, for the In- applied the planter wiUllnd nad,
dian Government have placed a vantagoous as the young eedlngs
ban on the exportation of 'AIls Im- respond rapidly to such treatment.
portant product. A great problem at this stage of
Today we depend larg'y upon growth however is that of prevant-
British Guiana to make good that fir the field ftrn beint overrun
deficit., but although they have been with weeds. Thus a weeding may
increasing their output, we still be necessary at about three to four
find that we are a long way from weeks after sowing and the crop
what our former position was. may be weeded two or three times
Today In this article I would in all before the growing may be
advocate the supplementing of effectively covered.
available supplies by the plantir.g Although the crop does best In
of hill rice. Hill rice does not need natural times, In May plantings,
the quantity ef water that swamp the very young fields would have
rice needs, and in fact it can be suffered greatly from thle recent
grown in any land which will grow flods, for when the young seed-
corn, so that the average indlvi- lings are under water for aly apo
(oual especially country gsrdenere preciable length of time. seedlings
can concentrate on producing his may actually rot und'r these con-
own supply of rice. .litions. With the advent of bet-
The hill rice plant is an annual, ter weather gardeners are not too
and hence it has to be )Ianted late and can push ahead now with
each year which raises the impor- thet- planting of this crop which
tant Issue of conserving a seed --- --
supply for your next year's crop. i b
As a crop it needs a fair deal of issG bOnS
attention. Really if best results
were to be obtained one, who omes Back
hasn't any virgin land with which o s c
to start, should have started culti-
vaticn some weeks ago, for the After a long absence from the con-
poorer soils need preparation 1 fore cert stage, Miss Amy Gibbons,
the rice crop. well-known West Indian soprano,
The soil should first be ploughed will appear in a song recital on
or forked and then a heavy dress- July 16 at the Royal Victoria In-
Ing of well-rotted manure of from stltute.
15 to 20 ions, should be applied, or Misa Gibbhns received her train-
if so much cannot b' obtained use ing in London and has appeared
all, that you have. After this the in concerts and oratorios In Eng-
manure should then be worked in- land and Ireland. She gave a re-
to the scil and the field harrowed cital in Trinidad about two years
or raked immediately after the ago with great success.
P'st rains. If however, you have She is much appreciated In the
virgin soil, that is new forest various West Indian islands, which
lands or lands which were formerly she visits regularly giving concerts
in cacao all this need not be done and holding classes In vocal oul-
because these soils will contain ture.
enough organic matter, without At her recital here Miss Gibbons
which rize does not thrive well. will have as guest artists Mr. MeD.
After preparation the field Is now Carpenter, violinist, who will play
ready for sowing. This can be done a Handel sonata collaborating
by broadcasting but in these days with Mr Manfred Paul, pianist
when seed is scarce, the more eco- Miss Winifred Atwell will con-
nomical method of planting in tribute a solo and will be accom-
regular rows should be adopted, panist to the singer. The concert
The seed is sown cnotinuously in should be very popular and book-
rows 10 ills, apart or by putting Ings open tomorrow morning at
four to six seeds in holes about 101 Davidson & Todd's.

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TWO Vhole qUeafte O. f nalfibg If CIrCVM&DM. do 3011
the baby is a vexed one.sad if yvu _
are ab~e to sah-e a without ary,
reertliatiosas r- reper'is.onsA
froms the tamity, or between yowti
tWlvs. then y, are :uckier than
________________-_______________ ______ Manyr msrmd coTUPle.s9
_Of course thter aret fasniy
Gorening Notoes For Women lamf ad you a. wirunto foi-9
low tradition your task is compair-*)
tiety .ay,. bfat if you want to!
There Are Still Jobs To Do h.-&kaya \mM
\be-fte As you oknr your c4..* ,-
f& ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 n.*. *S ^ ..*jot 430aiw Tullrs,lIf to If car-iw ledIT
Despite Weather Conditions it a f
nanwa Wwhich WIN be a turden to it
BylAafter hf..
-- By 3. V. -- Cbildrem. partici.arly it the
r 0Z fne may ;!ee is no doubt -6* i'A mt' t yriul.Y cru jl a al
her wa ave bee havgtn lateckiarscerr can easily bei
.st -.s weatfh r ;e havel ben IV-. lately, s so joke. Tte coaapltely m'rretd if st owner has
ra:'e:- eaSrt, Is tdlcui to 4aw with mXainf Pantaing o L atnos.i to eldure U th pferecutoa of otler;
eand vmdrg & ix* than mite:1b:* o. oIec h C idren y reason of fantastic
--r.-" e a^ wed ft aix m 'aB b{~ j~ob. Hw"Wth eres chrtW.tan names bevtowed by abort-\
a5 plty ,whch an be do'e nd re or Uunder a-a -e r Ivu may *4ttd Parents,
iMV a -i^ (irden. eimi laF vrbiad 'in'* to name-;)
,'U*in !he garden.I.Ia V)bd -ntolme
eehl4d-en for public events In veace-
ew tth needs bmakta .--- t-ne and ict-oris in waUr.me xI
around 4hf Aplnts and foar tus Jftd Foaugtng, bu O mcstl tr`1st that ll babies brought into
Ahod use an ol dable of o themam q uue d l the world o oi abot June a. l1,4. 1
wortn ., SBt bact k!aor MlIak s It ms h mwt- exciting to pot flow-I w. be able to evade "Tnr.vmn- i as
tr h b of Ii .,udeeepty ~ere *hich.although they may not one of :heir christian names. b_!
i P.AOe and 11 iin 'he space at lst more thant month or t"o iknovt lno the cras ss-upid.y of &=, ftI i mt 4
the t oe to e popts ut i withaelltWd make the front of the house nimuchi percent. I fear that it is too ajct amy be WN *Ctld
ilmanure, If you cannot get t more attractive and are also use-, to hope. dwwwu b M -l
I The
ero~l~' can .iuvny t U- ttl tO the iosde wn cut flowers EIven if the names happen the to aa C ttrinhe OM
ltsed but in thi s asce a n earth fail. In this category come vincIA, suitable, is very bad for children mitch 00 fiel -e I
r-.uMt !U in the Iop so an.d a tn% ptU c1aimatIona and pinks, to be labelled so patently with the1 .
errtllisr should only be applied ATTlt I8 o hklrelryLito m a pftra. Pr
ftr r r~uW% i~pp~lt 'ATTTBOt TtSyw of their bUrU par~ularly iohn to rp 1! 01 erremi
he sidesof the potsor taw U 1Lstl" 1nebahr that old biscut the of is. tndt eret are So Person t-ey aB. i op
wy ifrom the poit and butte Ut although perfectly many ttruc'ive ori nary anu es to l proxy.
FERNS AS WELL mtabhe tfr ue, need to be painted choose tram that Ith sems unneces.
Your ferns should also be given or ll the good effet Is lost-anmd swry to have to resort to to atroci. CHIUSTIWNTIG PrITT
attento'I. Unfortunately too many not once in a lifetime either-but tes. .
People s yem to gethat o nce ar gularly every few months if they l dy and i!. r f ado
ofe",cl any: typebiseput in its basket and the plants ae to iool thlir N.AMES SHOULD RAIMONMISE dtk1m musiwO 2 14, b4-TW
or po it can be left forever Withdbet eioh .. c.r*
only ea waterhing and will PaintIsesiw l n namin the baby parents and the itt era.-rs;ar4,=erw
l ao Paint is easily obtained nowat andct m often forget that thechristtan Vamed depend ento*,ry ,n tlhe
always 0* its best_ that Is another little ine-or o, have to be sed in conuncton with e
Actually this s not the cae. which you ica employ your ha toethesen jnct ion t hI t he a n tgo w ..
TI' only way to get rid of the ugly don.. the surname, and ttt ; do rot make, an elaborate VArJm
brown ~ I ued lk which spoil the Next also under cover, our ca tht stiaiteet atteiw~t to See thAt! goodly nun*ef r 9 resaft
loot of the pantd tsctthea ya~yurse oxe uo vlithey harrmenise. So that sonmc poor: ccptior. if te *re reee.W My
ilc* ofth.e plantisto cut them Pre~arz yourseedboxesfor r ealgchildren are saddled w"th an odd- prf" to r.'" srv"
ri ht on ;t and give the young onesi the eds which yn u intend to p ..... .. ames, e ; i t.h l'.m d a' riA l.-n --3
a hne ocmeo.Sometimes it put in a few weeks, We hope thstj
i' ven necessary to cut the whole mot of them will be veg able -- .the
th'nX almost down to the roots and .. t l. fa cake. =aIJ -
then ut it aside In some cool plae Personally, with the exception oft kind o f. a ---%
out of te s and talowV to aI ..few-Potted flowers anabed orlee ofth aan
=W up aan `in *A t r eft of the amI ,\ a Mhe t-ha
T7i doSs not apply to stag ha m en m tlwd over tbe ret at' I, "of I
tents of course. which take & long 51W ft towS~ emaIIlea. it tisw. ag escr"64 e
time to e-me to perfectIon but Welloret to the seed boxes. ,- ,
They too need an occasionalst! irrting hee." YOU k tw. Z IWI be tilledi wor D"ng is"-g, t --
up manurwng and cutt b with fine good MU whirh has been"a lim.
maurngan cttn . . ....... ;oaro sow | fhjger'" tR.
To many People ry n carefully sifted, and gra tu be 'letif there aiaG IO N
planting the easy thin which pabwed In the bot t to -s4r' Ifthe beP. tis
SDCLJA ANN mUK | raI. k t Mti _-tftU eaa. u te at faeln ctabe tb
Seed to ptin now are nettucew.; parLS dwt drink20
BEDS AND MORE bI tau N*r to r btt ut tftro|i'
I Mttw'r and, yom 2 .ao gft al B,,,-,ade chlsl
BES em otasepw"fo& e.11I banded Gown trom gem"re
Atthottgh this is not the rer" best rtin.t dIraet tea
S Utime of year for them you will gt! yuf i ueit d otna
with Spring$ to Match S A = go d SuI5 tAand t 1 ahe-ry to hhv n-th too .e
VwIAworride you with quite a: I ftw b aate ao wetr r M. t em
an lot of food. You ca s plant f As a oatwer of fact, mort
K o p o x. F ib rt M o m wtt el e s t 'Pa rvier sett a1 y-m"I k ept toa box j e a m s eo .. .... os
.po. .F.b.. t -nilCm toe up all theytr r bOX ..t. d consider 1 a geaV1 u
and Feather Pillows | an It IeVery h e, yto ha, AT W as l ti ae a laIY wked
| d It opickryanistty to haS e o.robe% U ati time. it is mch better to e
anesaxaiamsam -M -IWA lkf EO.L iiOU We Uq

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Sim At The Ckbtmbng

What To Wear If Ya At
Chown As A Godmother

Tajo Can In Choawin kbi #
A nThue May He" II E4fect OnwhIl

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I iOJ| Of Trinidad
"MMummna on
j^ I "' i"*1 M UM I iui' ----
.W "Ib tie A&tta.. w O thi Ms m -l fLt- OoBd
_^H Ptolop.."ttec e Onm oma-. -l of 0 poUol
a oer party gIven at the 0IqkWifs 6u
m~lI jir 111O vwmmf -A 004 ,m
Noe. we mt wr Rea r-Amlraleu t. Jen-
! I ...._., ( jaus A, L SX&1= t
& W t he lionlWe -N1aM es aIM Mr. B 1
41 0 Is
HI8 = L=& Cy the Acting aoaemor, woeapanm by MO
SWright and attended by OWpt OClark., the A C., et to tA
Point Fortin Club las night to witness second ermancea
Oe three one-act plays produced by the O Am eur Dmatk
Sodety ln aid of war charities. They winl be tie gut Mr. Mar-
Cioa n ti. genea manager of U.O.T., and Mm M qvr the
^^Bweek-end. .anMe.M rit th
Ill H EXCELLNbCY the Acting Governor and Mrs. Wright bavi
liven their kind patronage to "Dancing starlets otf l4" to ie
Vv oa by Mins Marie Pahner4hlauola In aid of the I amoeph'i
vent Fund at a matinee on Tuesday, July U2 at the mpire
More than 100 dancing pupils at Misn PalmerwChiola'ac shobo
Will be taking part.
Amon s ose taking part are Joan doLabestide, Thora Tbomoa
W rac aloney, Evelyn Wilson, Chloe Ulegg, Valerie Kaewles, Jeas
Glt, Anna Peres, June Malgot, Mary Wtanley and Mary McLeaa.
0 0 0
iAl You one of the lucky girls Invited to the eagerly-awalted Ali
i- Corls ball to be held at Wailer ineld Theatre tomorrow evening?
There will be contests in waits, rhumba and jitterbug dancing, as well
es door prizes.
This function, which Is being sponsored by Colonel John Eriokae
the commanding officer at Waller Field, promise. to be the beet social
event on the base, and "Humming Bird" understands that all those
who have invitations are keenly anticipating the show.
0 0 $
,rt3 tennis match at the Rt.James courts last Wedaesday between
S Cuthbert Thavenot and "Fucble" Nethnagel, and Franklin Munroc
,an Carl.. McCowan In aid of the Red Croes Invasion Appeal, provided
thrilling entertainment for the crowd present. The first set was won
l9by Thavenot and Nothnagel 4-2, then Munro and McCowan made a
soMe-back and took the second set 6-. Thavemot and Nothnaged
retaliated by winning the third set "-4 but Maro and MeCowas
again fought back and took the fourth set o-4, making the core
two-ell, The final set then went to Thavenot an# Nothnagel -2.-
th Ianaagement committee of the St.James Tennis Club wish
to tan k Mr. Thavenot and Mr. Nothnagel for playing, Mr. ChaL
IPerera for umpiring, and other gentlemen who assisted.
0 S
M M PRAINCES STARK and Mim Dor Dev arranged a party
l_ OB Wednesday evening for Commander Penny, VS. Navy. The
guests 0died at the Trinidad Country Club and stayed on to dance.
Thoe In the party were Capt. Crutcher, Mrs. Petrie, MiNs M. Kirk,
MlftJftr Walt Blundy and Ens. and Mmr. R. Barker.
S Oters at the club the same evening were Capt. 0. 0. Brooks,
MaJ orUa Mrs. Tracey Holmes, Miss Jean Canning, Lieut. Reynolds,
IU.out.Oomdr. seal-Coon, Miss Marie Anthony, Mr. V. Werner. Mr.
and Mrs. Martin de Boehmler, Comdr. Boyle, LIeut.-Comdr. Daysh,
Dri and Mrs.R. R Hand, Pay-Lleut. and Mrs. Bowditch, Mr. and Mrs.
"rlI Orell, Mr. Jack Hutton and several others.
T2 IMAGINE the Red C'ross Special Invasion Appeal must have bene-
flied Cratly from the show held at the Trinidad COontry Club
Phiday evening. There were many diners who were MVd by the
helper of the movement, and the bar tenders wor flt vl-n.txry
-iperl corsages were sold at the entrance and the slenW did a
.Part of the evening's programme was broadcast over WoDVI and
say It came over well. The game tables and coconut shies
NON WV" popular. There were so many people there that It is quite
posble to name them all, but among those I noticed were Mr. and
MRs* oeM Rapsey, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gordon, Mrs. 0. A. Child,
M a. nd Mir. Ken Mackenzie, Mr. R. B. skinner, Lieut. Pre Wood,
apn. A W tCanning. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon New, Mr. John lamens,
0 99 Henry Seaford of British Guiana, who was passing
_iirsh and Mrs. Ken Mackenzie, Miss Tesle Rotant, MrI. Jay
011114,k.. and Mrs. Tommy lerndon, Mr. and Mrs. ici
MIII Todt Roberts Mrs. Barney Bavaria, Lieut. Pstr. A.N= 1=a
Uiut."Ooinmander bay.
A NUMBR of raffles were drawn at the Trinidad Country Club on
PrIdAi 0laonnecrtion with the Red Cros Invaon Appeal.
SThe cake was won by P. salnsbury, and the model yacht by Ian
Campbel. The first prize of an evening bag went to No. 43, Ruth
McLean. and the 2nd prize of a luncheon set to N.. 64,- Eric
8ols:; the 3rd prize, a crochet set, was won by No. 9, Ian Campbell,
and ue 4th, a lace set, by No. 95. Isabel Lenagan.
158 DANA BILLY EARHART, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
M*Barhart. arrived recently from Detroit and is living with her
taoat Lontgdenve111. Mr. Earhart tells me that his son, David.
rho ltTrinidad in Novembor last year for the States to join the
mrvcesI In the U.S. NLavv and is stationed In Detroit,
R- and MRS. TOMMY MCCARTHY and their family, who spent
a month at Kenny's Bay, Monos, returned to Port-of-Spain on
Mr. McCarthy, who went on account of hi health, is feel.
soeswhat better.
_Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Galt, who were down the Islands, also ro-
Orned. I hear fish has been very plentiful at the Islands.
L* 0
B officers and members of the 13th Trinidad Sea Scouts Group
Will be staging their 2nd annual concert at I p.m. on riday, July 7.
ti the St. John's Hall. Refreshments will be on sale. TicketS may
Sobtalined from the officers and members of the club.
bridge evening held at the Savannah Club on Friday. Jme ,U.
L for tie Red Crons Special Invasilon Appeal was a ireat naoe
ad a eeque for IM2 has been sent to Urs. Skliny- to be foiWaIded
Rth her Donations Sub-Committee of the Red Cross.
i The lomioters would like to thank all those who so mWOfuf
o thn ether by attewndin or with fifts and subscriftions.
m .Tih fonlowine were the winner of the raffles: Mrs. B. ourmle
lolut. -at.eir, Commander C. Hayward. and Mr. Louis Orant; and
prle we. won by Miss Painttin and Ueut. C. O'Connor.
UTMMIN BIRD" Is delighted to learn that Mrs. Alolse Carac-
Scolwe, who has been ill at her home for about two months. i
Ite well again.

IWest Iilan Newm

Mr. Marryshow Sends CmonJrtuiatons'M RNIH

STo Lord Halifax On Rise To EarldomMISERY?

1.ooV.- Cloudl ss00a 0486" No i ht iWu*k ~1
aniv Gm!ua. eu..m.,
or ..r. O .S Oand. July i-With ,mi an W" -
"i federal uaspet ew oaft toe and omrs to the eor, m Uan mt1ru- *e"I too matr
baekgsround Ila behind a rment exchange of teleruns betweenLordt b h uu s istent ora. Of of Mr IN a n n
GA .Prod$=%st at the 001-
iUN^M. British AmbMssador to Washingutn, and the Hobnl T. AUIWt eWnAHosta an_ Mi~o Y
Marryahow, member of the xscutive ouoe, ni rand ) Bemt d m ar-Wan unon ll teo ella_
1th6 Governor, it Is undetuo rod,,b"
the tow of t. lGeorge nla the LeInllv CoriC l llgiven directions that the Nursing ^ ^ ^ B
Flloa wiingh H iaiono o L oerd hi_ S 10o It the Kinston Public
alram to a ri o I t henast_ Iritemant u Ad Ake to Hospital should cease joing nilht jP -- -
Sing's birthday honours list, Mr. no O that f l-ftof ou r eat Ae y of th e lat ot
t.~mt... ce mu at~f } Is~ H.mOf t* Nursing d Sipterss nwho were given a p nl S IKi
oen Mjor of ,. Wndwoard Islasthan the Major Wood that We knowu o Of 1Pay the hospitable ouN-AIC
irnsmited the. fo.lwing mcssge -that good old friend of the West- thorii urge that then y Yshou-I ..

transmitted e the followinnogdmebe t messtage duo o nalecaddaesf~ ~e-[ i'- m~l..e~~
i to Lord Halitax: Indies.", 'd nrivh d i
"Pleae accept heartiest congratu. -- The prlivlege Of noatdol night

lione y ousr earldon from w oo myseoulf .rdutn been s gong te t onoivepr g tAos ok o.
and rememberiny MWest te Indiess etred t er- a tr$v c eul adttio e oln i a e d
el yhng u coy yu e ula- e m rat Oeraesntt Ht 8 Wwmw that it was unfair to call
,alifavsewtefllongyLod S040, 1 upon them to 40tthis duty after A 6h

SRMARKAntthBflE lowing: [ lu ntto tae Netamaicae. T126k
.. ..I would be gatefulIf you would "Gleaner. olarns that theutu e theya Werel given an InErease of
Ibe kind enough to transmit the fol M .a. "Jones, OAioM "r katookU i the matter,
Ihowingrmessage to Mr. MarryshoW: ture. hasin tired eiN l dr0 and After careful consideration WlhenY to ditreos is caused by toe
'Than thoue tor .your congrate ilnrtmontt hes rvceonttgoud r- l* I Glass u'lia e i bgatric-oddites avatage
6 tons which I greatly appreciate'." Mr6bealth. &&. Jones went bet__ Pi a5 '?"I maca gtric ecidity ake advntage
I Vtsitln the Colonial Offc in a medical board rentlU and, i. the Go" v ".'noron the subject, of Alka-Sltzr's two-way ctio It
.1921 for scu.lons on constitutional i understood, his health haa b sn rag ELECTION MAIL contains elements which help to ease
reform In the West Indies. Mr. unfavourb reported upO. BIDOt TOrMWN Barbadosa July 1 that *morning misery" almost at once,
Marryshow met the now distin- Mr Jons went Otn sick lave -The HouNe of Assembly on Tues- It a150 contain. alkelsing agents to
gished internatoal statesman, last year and Wr. -ILX. CroUcher d^y pased an address asking His' help neautliso exces acid ian the in.
then Major .L. Wood, for the h be acting for him As heald xcelency the Govrncr to send oto.tinal tract.
first time. Mt. Winston Churchill of the department and as a omi- the Leg. 'url the necessary legis-
was then Secretary of States for natedi member of the Legislative nation to enable candidates for IIec-. l li ng...laliag
the Colonies and Major Wood, his council. tion to send through the post one Alke-Snltr goes to work at once. It Is
Under-Secretary Th customary Period of retir- free communication, both a pain reliever and an anti-acid.
S'EMARKABLE' ii S leave will be accordled to tht Pleasant to take. Not a laxativ. Spark.
"I find It remarkable." Mr. Marry. Diretor of Agrioulture. He has 25 YEAR A REPORTER ling, refreshing Alka-Selts.r come I
Show writes In "The West Indian," been residing at Mandeville during RID TWN. arbdo. July 1 twosti s
"that these two men who wre i n Past months and the possibility -Mr.. A. Maynard, senior re-
control of the C!oloinialOpce when M that he will continue to live u. Porter of the Barbados Advocate" *By taking Alka-Seltier the night
6 ontro ofthere olnseemed ie d est n dfo Amtaicheforlsomentimue.t lv yesterday completed 25 years as 'a before" you can very often avoid the
I go thee semeddestnedfromJamaca or sme tme.staff reporter. Mr. Maynard Is also distress of "the morn .Ing after". Try itI
that time to team and play to- distant offIcial reporter to the
theor most conspicuous part In Prtest Upell eld o
eorderin of world affairs at a lof Asemby.F
mot rlticat juncture in world his- Sunday Guardian Correspondent
story. Itis for the future historian KINGSTON, Jamaica. Theh
of these days to tell of the full work secretary of State for the Colonies ort-of-Spain
ait worth, the courage and h has upheld the legal interpreta-
S^% y-^II^ GLOBE^L..
character of these two men whe tonplaced y Hon. tnd Re' J. GB E 4 Lost Showings Today
set Against the staggering call of a W. Maxwell on certain clause flOf.4an645PM
world at a time the fate of civilltIsa-. .e Meica.l Blpssedlast. @i1. a p.
tUon Itself trembles in the balances Tlhe Medical Bill passed lawt y
It wasMr. Churchill himselfwho The member for Trelawny, w iTO lYIN
handed me overto Major Wood. nine elected member voted ainat lTHEY TOOK WASINGTON LYING OWlN!
Mr. Marryshow pleaded"withh the Bill, submitted that the bill Ail#4...
Major Wood to go out to the Wet was lost as it was a financialmelePe- AULTi -I11ID .
Inldies and see things for himself sure. Sit Arthur Rich-rdas, then ti n ."BRV
on the spot. the Islands having ar- Governor, on the advice, of the 0UU U n lM|
rived at a stage end status In the Attorney-General, ruled that the f^J i l .. ... iMr R A Y l
unpihre which called, as he put It, measure v-s not finance and de- "_ j w
"for much more than Government cleared tlat the bill had passed. ,Bx'74 0 4z9,Jw ? 1 W
based on the mere expedient of Mr. Maxwell handed' a loite 0 4 1 ffr a" 'll
such ilnforma'.ion as may be protest against the ruling and Am' i.,.- .
gleaned from Blue Books." Major asked for a reference to Down' ; !
Wood said It was difficult fur him Street The Secretary of t8te In ---
to go out to the West Indies at thoe conveying his .slon says that MONDAY & TUESDAY 4.43 & 8.45 P.M.
time but h e promised to revolve Sections 5 (8) 21 And 2ve (I) O 0
the Idea In his mind. Those were the Medicalow o bere n W RFE A

aoblout tdaesnewrleaseaonrefoause Law shpaa ou ld bmote oande TNE PERFECT 809YOVARNU^^^^^
5troubos daysfor Brti becoou~tefedi as operatingto dispose of reve-
aol the oS oiwn uprisings In Ire- l n r-- t l aoia ti" r Iny guy$ .-
ofteMdt. tnUriig I n ue And would bring the bill
land. Within the amlbit Of cause 43 41
MADE UP HIS MIND the Jama'ca ,Legislati e Cour I
bome waeks later, In Paris, Mr. Order as amended by the Order 1 of
Marryshow received a letter from' 1805). W I /
Major Wood saying he had made This Order stipulates that where
Iup his mind to visit tie West In- nine elected< members vote against I 5 t I
dl.e A Parliamentary Commission a finanolal measure It is lost, un- AY a
had been appointed. Thqcas me/less the Governor declares it to r".
laout te new lease of ref-orms be of paramount importance u and..
granted Grenada an Terinidad, uses the superior voting power of
"If there Is to be a Caribbelanth aGovernment aide to e r ry It.S" ..
Charter to match th. essentials of The clause of the Medical Bill i C 9
the Atlantic Charter," Mr. Marry- referred to, and on which Mr.
show writes. "a Caribbean Charter Maxwell founded his protaset, dealt
with Intimate, indigenous applics-Swith the collection-of ftaes" ND
tion to our own particular needs asimedical practitioners and the re-
oi culme ar efore and at a parti-ote leaof fee ptom bersof the- D R IA an
cular ,tl Aoour growth and devel- AE IlIANllI TN llim
oment; It there is to beea Carlb- MediclCoun,_. Otcil appointed under!E E
bean Charter theseWest Indies a
something redolent of our race; withheld y the King having
elric enough, moreover, to meet wiithlheld aUsent to te law be- GLOBD .-S i F'do. GLO E-San Juau
Ill long-ranite but progressive pro-.cause of the successful Protest oI TODAY I 8.3S TODAY 9 A *.3
grammes for emerence o ese Mr. Maxwell, this Bll will ah LSLIE HOWARD. and RITA daYWSRTH and
colonies as a common self-govern- tobe re-lntroUced at 3o"0 f u- DAVID NI YEN In GENE KELLY In
wealth of Nations; If there Is to be )ected, as was at first thought pmn "SPITFIRE"
such a Caribbean Charter (and may bale, because it s ex Tomorro-WAKE IS
it come early before It i robbed/cluded from praotioe drugleos tur- Extra: DOG ODDIENCII I and HAPPY GO LUCKI i
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comments -Ry M. E. eFarquar

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Jw u l telrt- ult, m tome .KM- u----m-- m---,--
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MWIA"A'M e aft henthe Hooble "IM Wto ICe 11

aU C"-fte 1UA as bee af*ty Ibon.wm We a" Paras t O nk~ so-l-eflyU
Man M tal R. e froal =-m n-
a u a h or f*r-o owumO-.

to a" ac W nftMUW at^ =a&u rebflarac a Navigable deef ftr a-. a"^^
OWtoesAW = 020 whim 11001 Was"^S ^SS^mw, ht"tr M min 0~t PJE^Xms
Amd im~n media a fto ble I ft weafe!

M nd tMh tad aamet a ""ato 'me Ha few a-^
mWask itwas a*ZbWidb' A woman at V We. Oin-tg appeaWay .

'pMwh t ch bo tbed e o"al t aim qfea the >- ttf -o t-
award&1ast a fooft tagre Gread tos ,ama
wasUargaledto he hee Uto the nerest Odar,
andproundty f hs e reached the fthwat oge a b
bev*Mtest -4 per. add was 4 PALitately .uasesi Is '.he 'Ia~lal
p riao cacao tre e a Hosiul in Port-.dea berte as dime thOt eve-
*hbe. ca~incs to e i to m oia. wnO after admiaplow
affllg tm andm ad varim XCI eit* thiu a sr b yo aa jbsoWte m a d wd aeqp.
ad wiuth the arewd sobtetsee toeala ci.-tumtotance", or 1 a rw as h 2etema^eO
MeN WOmin pas som- other places ita i ft I. Imw-.
S bthat he was perickft t ty pial f thre hawds ad brdsth-ipa O = the
but tn him expemrtment found Gow tect suspect a to etdurt vith ezemlesy
strosfte. He athted nothing patience -ad equasityM
gcerets that would confound Sian wodamr, the If arguments* o a rtassurig,
and qutcken ofii *and plausible in the Legilsative Couaclk go6ad uttariT-
ie deMerved e fame that u nncccfocrc to us in rural ares.
Bar antd which he rtdatied. Long before the war provided GovraesMt with
*l. Of proud but bandsorne a m. rexe for the effets of paklpM amMabinats-
thg mI!"-. he Wh qunPPed titton these naditions wrem known to exit but
which a tured for bh: pre- were ovnuantlr itenored. Surly,. for Instance. it
era'nt be blamed on the wr that the nure at the
sevtary an the auatitv of oure distnrt hoypitjal In Sangre Grand* ti prorided with
ction so lilttwbr bestewod o a s inri room which no competent health tathoriettyl
ever caie w te t this would acept as suitable -iam accemtomdation for| ml
an. He pIonoered the -nbler th-. av.-are human being, let aloae a responible; MM =K
1 the teeth of expert advice < ocTor in the medical service-. Y f 19 F
.-ourtgetnfnt. His carao fldo' I cu'd Ero on citinrb l2etacs whi are drs *lwM in-- C
have never been equalled in qnt tn t?-. exit-'- ; of th, war at a.l, t ar. tu:; i lP i
reneralv h a !s + N- n tmn! rhov ,e.'u!t of a eonventonal! and homely uM e E FEET
is a mOdel of bfmianced e*Y- '*..,- n d -re rd '*- others which sits v ey hearilyt
and t?,;e.4a .--,arch. onr. 'u- ttdnsritral.fio. i A
i many lnftAoc' :r. winih Tn' T-n'.dPd Qe Q: a ret deal of otBcis! audl
rf j:-g'Te ; 'os'.b .ted u pr- .. '- ii cha-:t and O but toD little e of fellow-!
o* Pu"h'L -I:c. ha.* t*e .' It mar be that ths liet at the root of our
Trh.e--A. Amt- ",c i B U.iq t ou' TKA.1SEKiWE

The~Curtain By Ubiquitous mAimuim LlmliN

eTbo aocul eonackene of Trn;dad hu 'win ,i. a, the d-.drunms !mrply because some wanted
aroused by the recent puaiclty g.ec to !-,'.r. -, .s s .*: m.dd.e-c.sa and others for the lowe-.'
condtions Ia Prt-ot-Spa5. Wb~,'crcT A r, o'--:n:+ i;:u .;.p. The contretemps u still continuing ,
laut wees I beard some referenc being made ; 0 > r o--gi :lers appea: to have improved aines, the'
sartlUng djuc.oasr which appeared in tae co.nr., .s re,: -a .e directed at bed housng eondttlonsa
of the Sunday Guardian' Just a wefk ago. 7' *
7The Maent aentameit aI that somte'rixg ri-t A.'r:.t r ..ng In Trinidad needs at the present
be doe-and that qwuickiv. eop*e are nOt wl:.:ng tirre A sharp an c efficient lnstrunen-SometMing
to &apt more e -ot and" pous asur.anc+ i'. that -a: cu-. d.r'Cty to the heart of the aore and
impresio M that absolute s atity haa -bn ech'ed not sand a.. it) efforts muddling around. Perhaps s
-4stemS me in viso'nt rz-.t against; s : mere I a ls' :r-g Di:tator wouid offer the beat hope for
aals jermia s't:on of some frt, indeed, any move whatever ll.
What wail b tue inxt s*tp' That ig a nae*- *aoud mhe -u, n t*etter than the present paralysis.
to be d 4cdd by Government. It is rre a:x years hen Dr uMarcano observed recently that the tI,7 .
ice, tbe PanJiir-g and Housirg Comniim,,a --s en.i, which is being earnried out at present u the1
cr t*ed y b$tar ditpla asinf c.:-i Co. : .sfth of its kind. I thought 1 detected a certain mea t
the booming authority for Port-,f-SPam' an!i i en i*r of sceptcismn lodged somewhere in his remark.
we eviw the period aince itt nptitution -c flrd Pe-haC like so many of us, he, too, is a bit tired
a etrfet of planning but very ir',e holousir. '!f "h' monotonous landscape of plans., projects and
Indeed, It s pcsa.ble to go a ",t tfirthr: and a*.k d "''-) that never seem able to get beyond the .
how its Impresiv retine of xerts jf.'ts!. a :* in io-rPhous stage. '
ajatemo at the present time iw does t u thI I an cor,n.iicd that the Planning and Housinng
tIms for which G.Oernment pays asdicin.,y ear. Conirntisson has the necessary skill, experience and
yaentr. :a. n amniong its staff, but that there la
Tha% it Is btoeted with plans no one can druht At. r--r,' obstacle somewhere.
The Mocuupo project, althou-,h it h&s not 'et rea.'- I anm inlined to the view that a small commit-
The a tag of tUrtinc the first hat cf od. ha*r te tIh the necessary powers to act and under J
produced a spate of plans of e'rv manne- and cp. ci ehairmarahip would succeed where the "
descrtption; and nerlv every "planne- on the tConiniuon as at present constituted, has failed.
Ccniitaloni astaff has triod his hand at soere tiiIm As I have sad before in this column, I am firm In '
o- the other. m- I n v'ivction that it is a mistake to set up a body
I spect that they miuat he pretty d -strislrd j with titi'orv powers and then proceed to make
"tbte elves a thia tage of the ET.-. The machmner the gtn ral manager chairman of the board of diree
Is ponderous and unwipedy; and an iv plan o- idea toi, Nothing wil ever convince me that that sort f li
to reach the imiplementaticn stage, mut sIrvive,. I of ar.rargeient will ever work.
suppose. the countless hazards consistent with a 711e rationale of a committee, qua omnuitte. Cleo
journ ey bmngh a Islhyrnth of conflicting opinions. i that It provids a disciple ot neutral and detached $
"t appLm more La the caase of any project opinion which, coming in helthy conflict with the |
tolViotg Pora-oifpn. To begIn with, the Council eperieced udat of the manager or uper -
' eqi'be eoommalted-which la tantamount to eayti tendnt. r ces a valuable compound.
t there must he talk. more talk and still more 'Th drama of housing In Trinidad has reached
tAlkt; and. even 'tf this first danger is dextrouilay a stMiz where the demand for an emergency body
Bavigated. then there 7mut ftolow ineviX'.iv VannM-. with 'ill powers to go ahead is urgent and necessary.
Ilg of the tommlsion a, which the Coun-.1 i. Ii t'," the flame be once Figain permitted to die out,
be reprsented 0y two member. or w1: sornmethinKg b' -ally done this time!
This is another sirre of friction. At a r---'a:n I P-'fer to number myself among those who are M l* health rule
0ta8 of the Co0mnis.saia'a nlse*enee the shp s iv 9ll with hopn J' ofInnfraalin tl

| European Backdrop
t 'Mo The fall of QCerbourg coupled *th the Rd
Army' atupendous advance, will tm a markstine
( ,beyond the actual militay accomplihm n.t It s. a a
blanS nalg to all the fighting forces, ah the ,till
captive nations inside Europe. Thev have h+-(n r'o-
mised Uliberation for long; now the, hear *he power-
C.' ful language of action and victory.
Th isa the language they underetr-d b, tter
S than the wordt they were istening to while sitting
s qd their wirleass sets in the dppe'et sc'ecv,
Thbi i thie language th'y have be'n wkalting for In
S the years of untold distress
.No NaMi )ailer cAn hide away from them the
i astounding fact that the liberttora are on the con-
t* tiisO. fThey can hear the thunder of battle, the
S oototepe of Alle4 soldiers marching on the soi:l
S which thelrl.
S With the flrst w"l smashed cown and
Sth ndM of captives given back their lihertv. the
H aM-bWit lered of the Fuehrer's invincibilityv has
VA th 4"ialve crick. The signal will encourage
M couraigious all across the continent, wake up
*VW bos who displayed Indlfference. Millions of
a and women are getting ripe for the revolt that
I bound come.
This revolt agalinrt the tiemy within is hen-e-
Slk an axiom of Allied strategy and the deeper the
SMiiating armed* drtve Inland, the more efficient
:z-Iow the support they get from their temporar-
t r dued bruther-in-arms New weapons are
ahedy on the way to give them power of defence,
]poWt of attack and In France. a French general,
S1 Pwrsw Koenig, baa been put In command of the
SL le 1ou1d. tororrowas regular army again.
I '. Responsilble to General Dwight Eisenhower.
Sult 1 Sto organism forces widely dispersed and often
loCee or no contact with each other.
I1 I means no leas than to organize a people'a
Sf against their waning oppressors. tomorrow
I eamBce, the day after la Belgium, Holland and so
f N. DOoubta arle tified about whether, with the
sl cifor pine, unorganloeed bloodxhed c an
24=461261 O% the mountains of hatred lrmwa s ild
*a N psiion of rewaege and In spite of all. many
26 account mintht be ettled privately la the fl-it
sma of liberation.

- By Eric Burger
R-,., like that do not start at breakfast time
and d"o nt stop for supper. It us not that kind of
rp.olt hvy command with which little corporal Hit-
;*-r celebrated his coming into power. After his
troopers had killed merrily whoever came Under
thei:- knivs. he gave orders that their "national
rovot'ltion would be ended at seven o'clock sharp
the sarn- night. What a folly of the dilettantic vil-
lage r'voiutionary on his way to dictatorship.
This. will he another outbreak and in pro-
portinns thousand time bigger might happen what
s happened in the hour of the armistice con- |
cud:ng the last war. Wherever the Kaiser's soldiers
appeared in the then occupied territories, the
people's futrv turned against them. Poasantis truck
at them with their forks, women got atone* from
alongside the road. and many a German fel after
the cease-fire signal had been given. The Kalr'ee
soldiers, let us not forget. have been thoroughbred
gentleman as compared to Hitler'A.
It I s easy to ask dignity from people who have
anne through the Nazi hell but It might not always
he pnmsihle to keep discipline among the liberated.
The victims wil he Hitler'a soldiers. For that. too,
they wili ha~e to thank their beloved Fuehrer.

e e

Wh-ther the German people (hemselvee will
ever rse in revolt against their beakraspt rulers Is
still a subject tf speculation. Tho ughextremely
tempting aa a means of shorteailng the war in
Europe, it is better to have no Illuasion about It.
No doubt, there I. truth nla the rumour that
Goering. the great vanquished of the Luftwaffe, is
to prepare the defence of Germanyproper while the
battle is still raging in non-German lands. They are
fighting for their necks and, even with beginning
ni'lltary defeat, have still aufcient power to auppress
the timid moves of an oraeised German under.
ground if there is any such thinf.
As the Germana are not exactly rebels and
enjoy obedience to uniformed leaders nmore than
free self-determtnaUtOi, Ooertn should well have,
h's chance orlaniaifg a fight to the last ditch. I
To hMe Alllea, anyway, the lat ditch ia esjr-.
lln- and it is still quite a way to go.

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Andrew wil hep ela ry
woman to keep fit, my
x d fe cheerful.
c Andrw is more
than a laxativm A asa
akem regularly, uas often
as needed, clear wamy
tbodse poison that cause
akin bluishes, headaches
and the little ills of life.
See how Andrew, purin
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| Roniiiel Arrives On Scene
Americani to the northwest bud u up0 quit* a lot of strength
captured Greville, Omorville on ac flank between MV h-
Rogue, and O monvllla Ia Petit Boo- =MI Tily. We hae now
Cap de ia Hague. They were *ttaWlMoents from the Oer-
Sreported within three miles M- r M Ii the forward som".
r y now have reached tehehe al deefne, Ae erMn
of the coastal road beyond troops, who Ty have "come from
onville La Petit. On the middle Rl The offer said that after
t the 100-mile front. United Bf4 two days, learn out of German
pa In sharp movement rolled to snipera and isoaed pockets of to-
thin two and a half miles of asotance, the British corrid9l has
t. Lo with the capture of I been cleared.
Son the northeast. Lens German movement was
C onsldtnoted on the roads yesterday with
riSh Consolidate the Germans again becoming cam-
lient Near Caen tious. moving only by night, after
LOunD Juyearthe first forward rush of reserve
*LONDON, july 1 I oeuier)-It- in daylight. Lancaseters hit Villers-
-n... another day of consolld- Bocage from which moat of Field-
on inside the strong British all- Marshal Runstedt's counter-blows
t southwest of COeOn. With the came and virtually flattened the
rmans once again wasting their town. Heavy shelling on both aides
engthi ln vain attempts to break was heard throughout the night
our men have stood firm, some- with the Oermans using rocket
meo letting the enemy tanks go shells to bombard the portion deep
Light past them to be dealt with in the Allied bridgehead.
our gunners later on. Altogeth- Aerial reconnaissance today
In the words of Frank Olard, showed the R.A.P.'s heavy bomber
BA reporter, speaking to the attack yesterday on Villers-Bocrge
.0. from this trout tonight, said -springboard for German assaults
least 25 German tanks blun- against the west flank of the cor-
into the British positions rldor-lnflicted almost unprece-
othe 0 and have been dented devastation. An armada of
So t. Glllard said some 260 LanCeAtoes dropped a heavy
lke a dozen of these small- tonnage of explosives on the town
counter-attacks have been in 15 minutes, a far greater weight
ado during the day, all against than the Germans dropped ini their
ight flank of the British sal-heaviest attack on London in 1940.
be right flank of the British saIl- Q ^ adol orhue
One relport said only four houses
t.Usually, they have been carried were left standing and all roads
Usually they have been car were blocked with German trans-
ut by battle groups of about two to the north and south. Nazi
ompanles strong In infantry, that _oop scrambled from trucks when
as bout 300 men or so close- the bombing began and suffered
backed _p by anything from five fr a British artillery. One Gor-
e 15 tan'e He added there wag Man prisoner said he had to walk
1oubt that If any of these jabs 40 les to the front because the
ad -anaged to find a weak spot rods were so badly damaged by
gbige German forces would have Allied bombs.
en ready to pour in, but, as he
id, the enemy achieved absolutely --
loting The British positions were
solid and strong and the men &b- W a e
alutely steady and everywhere
As for the pause in the British ,
attack, Gllard said, there was a C o C al l
strategic reason for that..
When the battle was joined again LONDON, July (AP)-Wtves of
Earnest there were signs that Allied bombers with fighter es-
thre would be a real major clash. cort were reported crossing the
Correspondent at Supreme Head- Channel enroute to the continent
quarters tonight said that rightly late this aftenoon after a day
wrongly the Germans have c-oflittle air activity because of
oepted the wedge the British have bad weather that devel apd last
driven nto their defences as ama- a h e ha as
hroballenge and they are acting night as R.A.F. heavy bombers
accordingly. Rommel himself i blasted the Geman rail centre at
believed to have arrived and taken Vierzon, 48 miles south of Or-
pe.blcommand from the local leans.
man who has so far been acting Last night's operations the
under long distance direction. It is fifth heavy bomber raid in 24
own that Rommel has at his dis- hours-maintained the assault
laI elements of at least seven against Nazi channels of rein-
Panzer divisions. With both aides force ments for the Normandy
striving hard to build up strength front.
for th3 new battle, there was good Mosquitoes last night kept up
news in yesterday's smashing at- Allied pressure on Oermanv itself
tack on German tanks concentra- by attacking a synthetic oil
ted near Villers-Bocage. plant near Homberg on the Rhine.
General Montgmery has sent a
personal message to Air Chief Mar-
shal Harris thanking him for this Dewey Returns
successful blow. The general says:
,Our soldiers won't forget it nr, T Y r
S the enemy." New York
Robert Dunnett, in a despatch Thomas Dewey. Governor of New
the BBC tonight who is with the York, Republican candidate for the
Americans in the Cherbourg Pen- Presidency, returned from Chicago
ula, sid the northwestern tip today and was welcomed by a crowd
as almost cleared up now and of 2,500 gathered on the steps of
the Americans bag of prisoners has the State Capitol. He told them
ne utip to more than 42.00. There the November election will prove
were still a few Germans left in the that the United States was the
concrete emplacements and deep "most united nation in the world."
bunkers, but they will have to come He said: "We will prove it be-
out Soon because the Americans cause we are the only nation that
vo now got the measure of this dares risk an election In the most
of warfare In this difficult critical phases of the war."
OCanadn Spitfires and Typhoons j ai L
ad in randy are among the Jami a La vestock
Ircra that have been out again
ay et German troops Predicted
prt. Some have been out r Prelc d
ive- bing and others strafing a' IFAX, July 1 (CP)-Mr J.
th cannon id machine-gus or W. Howe, Senior Livestock Officer
'..kets, and still others swept at of the Jamaica Department of Ag-
ree top height to plant their riculture, predicts the development
,000-pound bombs fair and of an export llveatock trade be-
square on road crossings, tween Nova Scotia and Jamaica. He
The measure of the support these is here to investigate the possible
Canadian pilots are giving the purchase for immediate shipment
ground troops comes from a BB, of dairy cattle, sheep, pigs and
reporter with the 2nd Tactical Air .
Force. In thf 24 hours up to 10
o'clock this morning, he said, they T S
had been out giving protection far N e s Sh t
171 hours as well as doing a great w S o t
deal of attacking. During that
time they shot down 18 German Entire proceeds of the repeat
'planes for the loss of three of their performance by die Nelsouman
own. players of Mr. Arthur Roberts's
Germans Ran Into Play "Obeah" billed for the
Prince's Building on Tuesday
Deadly British Barrage evening. July 4, will go tolwards
By ROGER GRERNE the Belmont Boys' R.C. School
- Ot THE BRITISH FRONT IN building fund.
'RANCE, July 1 (AP).-Massed
British guns laid down an all-night YUGOSLAVS ON OFFEN8IV.
k .ibardment of German troops and NEW YORK. July 1 (AP) The
tanks attacking on the west flank communique broadcast by the Free
of the Odon River corridor. In- YUgoslav radio today said Yugo-
stead of finding the British nap- slav Partans taking th" often-
ping. the Germans ran into a dead- aive "against strong German
ly barrage by British 70 pounders forces" east of SkoplJe, have killed
and were thrown into rapid retreat. 600 officers and men and taken
"The Hun found we were bris '.-" prisoners.
with guns, tanks and troops," a
staff officer said. POLISH REGIME DENOUNCED
On the east flank of the corridor, LONDON, July 1 (AP)-Moscow
the German staged a hit-and-run radio said the Union of Patriots in
"demonstration" attack this morn- Soviet Russia denounced the _ol-
ing near Marcelet, and again struck ish Emigre Government In London
a stonewall wihli four Mark IV today as Illegal and said the new
tanks knocked out. Poland would be built around the
An officer said: "The entmy is National Council of Poland.


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Red Army tanks msM threog the streets of -.'ipmri, after the
port city hn the Karelan Isthmus had fallen to the *maMS,
wording to the eaption accompanying this photo, received In
_ew York, by radie en June M. from Moscow and tranSmlitte
by 'plane to Trinidad. (AF Photo.)

Hitler Hopes

For Victory
LONDON, July 1 (AP)-Adolf
Hitler, speaking at the funeral of
General Eduard Dietl, Nazi Comn-
mander in Finland, who was
killed in a 'plane crash, su.id: "In
this, the fifth yea, of w'r, we
often find ourselves .onfront-.d
with difficult situations" but he
expressed the belief that "national
fanaticism" would bring victory.
The speech, made at an unspeci-
fied time and place, was distri-
buted to the German Press and
broadcast by DNB. Hitler's last
previous address was on January 1,
and broadcast on the llth anniver-
sary of his rise to -ower.
"In this fifth year of ar," Hitler
said, "we often find ourselves con-
fronted with difficult situations
yet none of these bears compari-
son with the Narvik expedition
with which I entrusted General
Dietl because I believed he was a
man to persevere to the end with
what was seemingly a hopeless en-
terprise." At Narvik, Hitler said,
Dietl performed a "miracle of
military ability and human per-
sonality" to beat a "far super" r
Lauding Dietl's Nazi skill in
handling soldiers. Hitler added
"may all German officers and gen-
erals learn to be equally hard yet
kindly, equally ruthless in their
demands vat understanding toward
troops. May they learn to radiate
confidence In times of crisis so as
to carry the men with them. For
how could a struggle which has be-
hind it all the fanaticism of the
nation end otherwise than in vic-
tory, quite Irrespective of what the
situation may be at the moment?"

Doctor To Pay $165

In Gun Sale Case
Dr. Edward ,. M sidah was yes-
terday ordered by Mr. W. J.
Andre in the First Police Cpurt to
pay a fine of $150 for selling a shot-
gun without permission. $10 for
delivering the shot-gun without
notifying the Commissioner of Po-
lice, and $5 for aissuing an un-
stamped receipt for $'.8' the price
he is alleged to have been paid in
the deal.
Stating tha, the did not know a
sale permit was required, Dr. Mas-
siah blamed his nephc for the
plight In which he found himself.

Dancer Opens Tour

Recital In South .
Stopping off at Trinidad on hr
South American tour, Senorita
Ondega, dancer and contortionist,
on Friday opened her recitals here
with two performances in the
South, one at Fyzabad, the other at
Palo Seco.
Other engagments Include shows
at the Plazg Theatre, Siparla, to-
day, the New Theatre. San F'r-
nando, on Wednesday, and In
Princes Town on Thursday.

South Teacher To Act
As Schools Inspector
Mr. W, A. Sakaldlnlsingh, head-
teacher for the past 20 years at
St. John B.C. School, San Fernan-
do, has been appointed to act as
an Assistant Inapector of Schools
He will be stationed at Port-of-
Suain in plice of Mr. H. W. Mac-
Alister, who is on six months'
Trained at the Naparima Teach-
ers' Training College. Mr. Sakaldin-
ilnh has been headteacher for 25

Bevin Stresses
EquAlity !or Britain
LONDON, July 1 (Reuter)-
Mr. Ernest Bevin, Minister of
Labour, declared today that
"although we have spent every-
thing in this war we should
take our place, not above but
equal with the other great
nations of the world." But he
added this: "We should have
to work here during the first
10 years of peace. There must
be no letting oi in our efforts
for unless Britain and the
United Nations make a con-
centrated effort peace will not
Mr Bevin said at. Teheran,
plans were made without any
signing of elaborate agree-
ments. If such a great mat-
ter could be settled on such 1
basis of tn't. he honed that
similar ronfldenee would solve
the problems of peace.

Convent Fund Ends

June With $60,000
With $1,050,48 added to the list,
the St. Joseph's Convent Relief
Fund closed the month of June
with a total of 160,069.15.
Contributions received from
June 26 to June 30 were A follows:
Take 5 Pt.
Already acknowledged .... $59,OM.7
Collected by "Trinidad Guardian": Mrs.
A. do Freltas It. Aged Beiggar c., A
Friend $i, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Ottier $20.
G. A. Alcala's list: Miss Claudia Charline
8ok,, Rosanna Charles $5, P. A. Alcala
$5, Mies Thunmaulne Mark$ 5, Anonymou4
$5, Mr. D. J. Demcrena 01. Mre. Jo*e-
phina Latins 48c. Mr. Robert Medini
48c., Mr, Henry Kong 48c.. Mr. Joseph
Reyes 46c.. Mr. Louli Thomau 2c., Mr.
Fred Sandy 24c., Mr. Patrick Oliver 24o.,
Mr. Esau Patrick 24c., Miss Lucita Aaron
48c., Mic Carolina Guetra 24c.. Mr. 0.
Mohammed 34c.
sent in by Mr. irlc Longe, Sen fer-
onando: Proe eds from (arden Party at
at. Jopb'as Convent, Man Fernando $218.
Pupl It. ion I's Convenot ligsh school
tU ~yT=~ *St. Jos;?&s Convent.
11111 w~isaadi 3o, A Well Wihr $a, 2aa
contribution BIan PFrnando RC
Sehooel-tc., a. I lobha 4ms R. Joodmans
$1, f. A. Jonesh $1, r. J. Young Hip $2.
Mr. L. 0. Gibbs (Rnxborough) $5, Mre.
M M. Carter $15, Members of Catholic
Youth Orgelsaatlon $212.49. The Kurben
Family, Arouca $10, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
GuIlto $25, The Union of Our Lady of
Good Counsel. Marav&l $4.10, National
Smployera' Mutual General Insurance As-
alieation $100, Mr. and Mrs,. Stanley Mor-
san $10, Mr. and Mra. L. Robert Q. Ar.
neaud $50, Mice Eva Mahablr $2, Mrs.
Elvira do agredo, Nw York, $25,. Mrs.
Josephine Martin Earlton, New York. $5,
Joyc Nelson $1, The White Fathers, East
Africa, $10, Rev. Mother auperlor, St.
Joseph's Convent. Martinique, $200, Anony-
moos $"0.
Cotlecte by Mill 0. Pantin: Tootle
Vincent 2, D. M. Jundertink $9, P. Oi1.
a E, l. L. Stud $ 0Gerald F. Chabet
10e, John C. Watts $1, J. Payne $1, P.
Urra 4y ,c, L. Mother $2, Sylvia John.
so"a. M.oeandella $1. R. C. Morris 12.
J. Lolsld $I, P. ddloton $1, C. QUe-
not 0. Eck'l4 $0.
The Laditu' Auxiliary No. 145, Knrts
Ot at. John, $0. TOM AL: $60,0111.

Technical School

Inspector Named
The "Sunday Guaroian" under-
stands treat Mr. Eigar Cowie, 1918
bursary winner, has been appointed
Inspector for the Junior Technical
School, San Fernando.
Mr. Cbwle holds the diploma of
the London City and Guilds Insti-
tute, and has wide experience in
mechanical engineering. He in
employed as technician at Fort
Read where modern machinery
and equipment are Installed.
In his new appointment in South
Trinidad, he will come in close
contact with apprentices attending
the Junior Technical School.
Detective Corporal Fletchr of
the C.ID. resumed duties yester-
day after a three-month holiday.
part of which was spent In Bar-

Resistance Reduced
On Saipan Island
WVAStSNIiN OON, July 1 Ai, It
is announced that L nied States
troops wiped Jut several poRkeis ot
resistance behind their front lines
on Saipan, improving their pxsitiolus
in their campaign to drive the
Japanese from the island. Admiral
Chester Nimiltz, Pacific Fleet Com-
mander-ln-Chief, said in a com-
munique: 'Small gains were made
'il the central sctor of the lines
on Thursday.'

C'andfl Rea le

State Ut Maturity .J.a I,
LONDON, July 1 I lleuter) Mr. OHE-A-DAY
Vincent Massey. the HIigh Corn- iame n A n Tllll
mislcrner for Canada IlLn tle United inamin M an D Tabbbt
Kingdom, said in a Dominion Day 'ACH tablet contains 25% more
Broadcast tonight that Canada J than minimum daily require-
imot not -m juaged as a fleagiing ments of theme two esntial VI.
but as a mature community. This tamins. Insufficient Vitamin A may
war, he said, had given Canada the cause night blindness, may leien
final milestone on the journey to resistance to infection of the noee,.
strength and responsibility. I throat, eyes, ears and sinuses.
Another Dominion Day speaker Vitamin D is necessary to enable
was an officer of Canadian 1.tlitary the body to make use of the calcium
Headquarters in London, He told o. and phosphorus in our food,
some of Canada's war-time achieve- Insure your minimum requlrsm te
ments. Her soldiers, he said, were of these two important Vitamin. br
proud to have served in Italy and takin a ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A
France alongside seasoned British and A Tablet every day.
divisions. '.,ey were particularly q Economical see the number
proud to have been part of the of units you get for the prict
famous British 8th Army. Many Convenent--you Uke only one
of the men who took part in the tabletaa day. ...
Dieppe landing were again fighting Mlessant-children actually like
on French soil beside British and the tae-and so will you."" ",.
Americans. The experience the RT -wh buying Vita
Canadians had gained at Dieppe vaink cOIPra poWtt"ec 0 aid pea
they had contributed to the auc- (let them at your drug tore.
cesn of the Allies.

Gettl ing Up Nigh s


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Leg Pains

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British Envoy

To Argentina

Called Home

LONDON, July I (AP).-The
British Oovvrnment today recalled
Sir David Kelly, Ambassador to
Argentina, for consultations. The
action paralleled the United States
recall of Mr. Norman Armour.
The only explanation in official
quarters for the r-call of Sir Dnvid
KeUly, was that the Government
wished a full report on the Argen-
tine situation from the envoy and
this could best be done by personal
Since Britain did not recognize
the FParrell reglioe, It was said,
there was no reason to keep Sir
David in Buenos Air s as the only
United Nations Ambassador when
routine work In the Embassy could
be continued by aides.
Only on Thursday a Government
source said Sir David was not re-
turning despite rumours that he
was recalled for consultations. It
appeared, therefore, that Britain
again was following the lead of the
United States in Wstern Hemi-
sphere affairs.
It seemed clear-although offl-
cials would not say so--the United
States would either consider some
new move toward Argentina to
wanted Farrell and Pen-on to think
so, and Britain was willing to gc
along that policy
It is known the State Depart.
ment in th past was investigation
the possibility of the application tO
economic sanctions against Argen-
tina whom it appeaia to con.Idel
Britain, which takes most ol
Argentina's exportable meat, has
vast buslntss lint,-rests in Argentina
and considers that country a bit
potential plst-war market. P3cifali
would not be willing to take sironi
measures unless Washingtolln gav
some assurance for exainp the
filling of at least part of BritlHin'
meat needs if Britain suspended
purchases fruiom Argentina.
Argentine Comment On
Possible Sanctions
Leading morning ncwspapvi s today
tublikhed .tnid commented editor-
ially on Washington despatches
that the United States was plan-
ning economic sanctiuns against
Simultaneously they pinned and
also commented o i the June 29
despatches revealing that the State
Department released portions ol
the speech delivered recently b.y
Colonel Juan Perron, the War
Ministf r.

Before the war, G.E.C. electrical equipment wa installed 0o ships for evy
clma of service. Many Important vessels, including turbo-electric tuxwy
liners, electrical self-discharging cargo vessels and diesel-elcctric trugs ..
ferries, were completely equipped by the G.E.C., the largest Brids
electrical manufacturing organization in the iEmpire. Duri the war th-
hag probably not bm a British hip of war or cargo = Me bu .t6M )
ie O..C. electrical equipment.
aQS erves ry eeentlal IAdustry is a dmIM my
mgrdntde of such a task baa cesitated complete rvol t.r finsi
time production to wmr priorities Changes in design and sechniqus hM";Z
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W'sIon, Quarter-Mile Chamo p Five' Baba Adams To Fight 0. Byer
|T l "- In First Pro, Battle In August
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*b Fernandeo. champon Trinidad cYclist, and w 9JRbe andfr-hs ell(D bs) Adams, IAvyWM e sight kinerthOW"amaters, wIVl
lws lf D MWarba o. kis g i n cah in. the tour "A- bI Paind for- nhel batte -i Auu will ord. e Augs t atd r. av N T 1'
46ft odev@ Antto be held #4Skinner part gpon th afChetniks Maintain UIthov who has a bIllat r I- Augt at ot-o-
II~I *le- l fo Mt to be held et Bklter Park iportf this afternoons. -'-." m*"l* g^ tr J^n, Winn Stea In ---
f| te eu i and trik meeung 4.Winning Streak In `-- r
Ansell lfaba) Adams, oavy- +- A n sa
aeiad. another feature wl be the 1 Charity Series w. weight king of the amateur. wn appointment Ct an
ai 1 of p. a0 .Wilo, Trnidad Phillli im be paid tor his next batUle ad It i n I he OmNew Era e
-yds and MO-yards fiat. nn treak table tennis when lightheavywesight, who has a wil- S2 U,4RS--U-- .
te won sM l ooeuras ew they met and defeated the pow erfwcrd, In Augut at Port-of- o A lt ust
06 W ins Indian .thyZ. P. o. 'a, Seen For ^ tet erst
bat has V it.U Win s In ian 'ig Five 'Iaia g'Adams, real reason for turningS e F veanityDev In
carryig all before him, and keei ment at the Indian Recreation Club professional Is to fight and whip Associate Memberas
"u7- for honours are expected. rooms on Putcdy nlgh& by a 3-2 Gentle Daniel, .helightheavyweight m Lzimt/on iof eetrical
A Ith iPernnud adBar- T is Final m rin aid of me SL JoRph southpaw kayo ar1t, but firt the a l Ien s nt have had
lowe attlinc for oo are C convent Fund. public would like to hi agane of the sta
Thomas o'Ootnor. Jamesn M --- Bolstered by the Inclusion of R. uhe clever Byer.D P fower -dilnts and ad
bHenhryaWilHugeshislretry of of te Rursoth
rain. Victor Chung, ery Wl- PhllP Dookle, brother of Mannie de Souza and D. Pitzpatrick, two Acms entered the fight game Trin 1d ad T Ob Am. of tl'he RIntdtuto f
l am E. Belden. George Terry. DOokte, continued his winning of the island's leading players, the more than a year ago and has able Tennis Association statM at heinstitton f
a re Alexander and other A" streak at the Indian Recreation Club 'big five' went under to Chenlks, st-ing of knock-out victories to his a reIt meeting, onthatO lnther oFi Great
elsm wheelsmen. tennis .ourts, when he defeated who came from a 2-0 deficit to credit, i inreet menten, a new
score a n ed e ouwi n .L m oe ce en teri n g a n e w ea m t e l ,
Chief among P. 0 _Wilson's Manoo Mayhard, in the final of thI score an e out win. m.h only boxer to go the lnt ,onS .
?02T het^ only boxer to go the limit L^history of this Colony.and that he, e
egtoments will be R. Medford. the club s singless in Tuesday, 6-2, 2-- The first sme of the night waswith him was Alfred Gilkes, a re- wai very Pleased with the encour- Applications musl
Carol champion. 7--5, before a crowd of fans. between R. de Souza, skipper of the tired professional. alhbto able response, given by many dersigned not later
Medford In the opinIon of ath- Winning the first set in fine 'big five' and hetalks' P. Ramper. t lkes has fought all the best of aing e s ven by ny inerd ly
letec fans at Couva. ran in too fashion, Dockie appeared the easy saud. De 8ouza easily won the them. but proved no match for the lie also said, that the assoclaton t
lany events. and this hampered Victor but as .Iaynard changeI his first game, but lost to a more hard-hitting Adams. is still having a busy time decliI t By Order of
somewhattin histeffort to tactics, It. won the second game steady Rampersaud in the second Gilkes boxed well :n thefirst with applications for affihlatlcn,f
give W ison tough oppoietlo. just as set May- set. three rounds, but when A and due to -r rush, entries hve .
neelall for the ouarter-an fle to-nerd cntlnued to maintain a slen- Using his offensive t,ctics In the started to smash right after ripht been extended to July 8....
seadw for^ th.e ouater mit to od cctn t anai ln
day and fans are looking forward der lead of 4-3 by good all round final game, de Souza won and hi rd at head and bod:', Gilkes 1 Applications .nust be addressed t, 20th June, 1944.
to see him battle it out with play, and brilliant back hand put his side to the fore. to bring alld-its ring generalship the secret ry, Capt. Hughes, IB
WiUlso strokes, but D ,okie turning In some ClietnIks' skipper, M. Ibrahim., t s'athe n'Connot Steet. Woodbro.
,CXvI"l t>hdsy. Medford oeat vincing decision, the East Inlan this game from his opponent. ,ingle round, putting HammyMa S
seodtoWlona elgodtnnssrkeun cn he aeDiizatik ndon t okAdm' atfihte nvsiided i 5bu aFU RN I
Oraham. the ace Southern run- sIhngles championship cf Port-of- Nevertheless, he lost the other two L^nton to e canvas insde Marine Square
Per. Spain,hgames to Fitzpatrick. who p'.wed seconds.hw
George Lewis will take on all- The doubles ar, proving to bea ck brilliantly. The score was boxingsbty in his displays. Tis R sult
comers today In the 100 and 200 also Interesting, and next week will then 2-0 In 'big five's' favour. p roved beyond the shadow of aTe his Re u lm
GeorgedBakeyowillhe sadaN.wAsgarllMaInntheqemare nal5WingeSing wolsbemed S
ards events, see the deciding games, with P. N. Sarkar scored the first win doubt he can hit very, hard and Marine Square La.n Tennis Club
It is expected that sprinter "t Dookie and M. Dwarlka. v Maynard for Chetniks. when he mauled G. fast. open singles matches played on COTON HILl
the moment George Baker, will be and N. Asgaralli in the seml-fnals Win Sing who semed no match yr who has been chosen as Friday resulted as follows:- DNS I
there to contest honours with on Tuesday for him in two straight sets 21-A his first opponent. is a very clever Mr. A. J. Parfan won from Mr. ENESD ,
Lewis. who won both 10f yards The winner will meet M Dcokle and 21- 6. oxer whoatimes hits ve hard A Dalla Costa, "-, "-.L F
events at the T.A A.C. sports, and B. Ooolcharan in the final on a V. All then levelled the scores Byerh battered Kid Lincoln of Mr. K. Anthony won frcn, Leut. Instructed by A,
The meeting is prcmoted by 0. date to be fixed as he slammed h way to victory Grenada. to the canvas in three Hatton, 6-1. 6-2. Esq. w will sell a
'Twrr, ace Siparia cyclist and N. GAMES FOR WEEK from R. Smith in two straight rounds and Kid Blak in two, in Mr. A. Davenport won from Mr. u.niture. etc., cowi
Moore.PFixtures for the week in the sets. recent contests, but lost by a knockG. de Verteuil. by default. Brass Bedbittd
Handicap singles are as follows:- T'hLs was one of the most 'hrill- out to "Killer" Daniel. FM ,MTUREo Pillows and Net;
Mon-S. M. All v C. Allaha In games of the night. Cedric Espinet. popular South Monday, 4.30 p.m.-Mr. C. stand Nt
SABel ont Boys Asgarali v Hosein.aTes. ' In the final game. oun. H. Allespcrtsman, will be cutting on the Thavenot v Mr. Plmmer;Mr..Bedtead t
M.n ookie .v M.Wmerd. H Traoulayv P defeated K. Thompison in two Bver-Adams fight and It will be Trestrail v Mr. H. Nothnagel 5.15 and Net, Mirrored
Mport JdlyM ie wed.- rYatan v rsad straight games to give Chetniks a staged in Port-of-Spain. p.im.'e-uMr. L. Henderson v Mr. L. Dressing Table, Cr.
Sp rsJuly6 M. Dwarlka v H. Willia ms, Fri.j *I e~llierved victors'.0 Devaux. We, Waxed Cyp Con
S" ^H. o ..s...,r we -nser e tore .olw i Tuesday 4.30 p.m.:-Mr. E. For.- stand and Toflet y JW
Belmont Boy Intermediate R.C. v W. Bichow. Mon-.oolcharan v The scores wre9follows, with jcnel v Mr. T. Schjolseth, Mr. W. Chest of Drawers,
Atol l hl d t hBY neir some et- MR MMaynard. the Chetniks first mentioned -- Anzacs r,.C. ead
co i hold their sport meet- M. Maynard. I F rslot R de L Somerville v Mr. T. Montes de C ). Writing 1
jag it the Queen's Park Oval on -Oca;5-.. ski.. Mr. A. Davenport v Chair WhI1-Mirror
*ThSurday,f July i. and Xa13 21. 26 -21. 10- 21 Officers For 1944 Mr. A J rfan Mr. Z. LlanotvCsh ai r W rSeW
Tha meeting includes flat and t Play M Tbrahim s' to D. Fitzrtric The Anacs Fooball Club at a Mr. N. Nothnagel ble. Mirror on Stai
cycle events, high and broad jumps Practice Game Friday 21--17 12 21. 70 21 Mirrorconootal
adwill be run among ra lnes estao N. Sirkar bet W. Wing Sing meeting held on Friday night, at . .- Mirror, Mahogany
Haled byU be r .A.AoCg me esting P "'')1 4 ?1 6 Fairle%, Street, T iapuna. elected adiSixT l a t C nd Six W
Ushc d t e T.A.A.C. meeting Pemberton League footballers V li difea.d 21 12,Ithe following officers for the 1944 CYCL T r I Sideboard nrl Din.
i held recently at the Oval. wllplay a pac:ice maich todav. 'ooball season:- ng Table and Din
The eliptically shaped track will in preparat,1 i 0t n fo eir vi.sil to -, 21 esSpentRfeotballwt sB .Spne, asg Tng R Cable an k a
be used, and the 100 and 220 yards Grenada. 2119ec Akal beat K. mpsn 21 President.,t uenr, H. Springer l aing Room Clock, e&
Seventh Will be run in lanes similar The -match l be played on nhe 21a -19 o l e're tary-tr 'surer; B At F. -I Cabinet, CeTi ea
to the lmt Intercolonu7l sports Queen's Park Soamnsh starting 1 an exhibition "-nme p'Noble Sar- sistant s'cretary: captr". F,. K hoany Centre Tak
I meeting. Time records will be l t S 30 am str kar eef,'ted Ro' Jackzitan. Springer and ,ce-captain, C. Fritz. Amazed At Quick Healing Brass-top Table,
kept on all es ns in order to en- Flowing are th tMms- A n Tle managment committee will Effect of Dodd Ointment Elec. Table Lamp,
Courage record smashingInterest colours. F. Pau'l. H C'rus and A f ficers. Thoma. and H. Besson r d 1 m s C 3 om En Book Case and i i oc
in. subsequent years. ,Charles..L Clarke, H G ClarkeT iIwr itcsr --F- _L_m_-_is_" e f' EcyclopedGlas ia?0
I Providence Iiiternediate icapt. I Price. I Moore M lrinidad So-rts -- S55SSl Le 15 .hsGasn.yn
Girls' Schoolhas accepted an invi- Goodili. V. Greer, F, Blake, U. ae eat
tatiUon to take partin m this meeting, WVrrell GToods T itama I a Wane. Dcle and., v
ai* nd six events have been carded I The' B" T'a in *iwhu:e 'i:r s .. tr StoL, Dow Litove.i
'on the programme for the girls. iC Mills; P Carcn:iton, R Car- a ara etg cyi. ft IaS. MtIoI, M"
which include both cycling and fiat ratvn, B. ,)lcha'a t. M A i:ted sppOy of equipment S
rac.D I0 l utn B for the following gai is avail-'a a de
A challenge cup has been donat- Jones. C Manners Cap:', B. abl' n the United Kingdom for .'I Iaet.l
,l54~gth ldBos o te irsHarding sand RJulie'n, allocation tW this Coin y:--j-,oot_ 010 5lf,~ e Em Chairs witl
ad by the old Boys for the girls ad,) nd i + n.andote %64Tbl o ath Ai
Inter-House Bean Bag Race, andI Reser ta. R Munro. R. BcLe, ball. netball cricket, hockey, botng, do ACTable to matlh. WI
the boys will ch try to eclipse H. Hislop and R. Hackett. rounders, gymnastics, and athletics. Centre Table. Plan
whchi kptfr il ea b Rii oPaersm aywil eaMr. oft shoes certatimeythe Colony'eessential
the other for the "Victor Ludorum" Referee wl be Mr. Jo. Williams Therefore, for the purpose of a- Chiroproctic correct me raDos Aaduk .t Items or view d,
Players may wear acitt shoes, certainly the Colony's emsentWaIIes .ve
which is kept for on year by the and those unable to turn up, are requirements of limited supplies, pressure on spinal nervs Hal" L .s morning of Sale
School Champion. r sda or nd L Allies"m
Following distinguished persons a.ked to notify the secretary of imoorters entitled to import li- l a o oroas mi l As
.have been ted to grace the heLeague. cences are requested to submit to in diseases of the fol- apI asAmaec a. haht limI was
a b nitdt grae t the secretary of the Control Eoard. | in or -- t b e m .o MPo ad kg % OTa) SOY D rCM
'Meeting with theihrpresence. n -ot lattr than July 15, 1944, returns! lowing organs place, in an lb a ied Tam
:-- His Grace the Archbishop of DAMES MEET TOMORROW of their minimum essential re- l____
,L m etn wt the~i rS presenc:-..- ntlt' ha uy 5 194 rtun w n o g ns^ds^d^ u ia v
w-Fort-of-Spain, the Mayo-. of Port- Notre Dame P.C will holO ,tn quirements, in respect t.- the a)ooe Ears. Nose,
0,elf-Spaln, Capt. the Hon'ble A. A.
: I the Htn'bt e A. a. arnual general meeting tomorrow mentioned items. for a 12-month' Head Eyep,
the. Director of Education. Kosmos Clun, starting at 75 period, btginming frum SeptemberThrat, Armas. speew luterest to Husewive
the Pnclpeis of St..r-'ts and o'clock. h. 1 ,. 1Herot, Ar ,. We A reO n Thi W eeek
ueslae's nWoyal Colleges,.and Miss ert up
or etrents, well wlsers o---- sndi We Are Opening This Week
.EA fans, als o it WHAToOat-ier,St ch,
Sfan a also invite at- Pancreas Kidneys, A Select Assortment of ..
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C' U you are vicuim or indil)ioc an 0 ( CHINAWARE
Ir l ii ' ai f.ir; 01 >our iou5i **our
Ivort wo tabt~f1 vt: ALOCO[. txen bbfoee v ne
Chaguanas epores 'C' s se t b0 ENAMELMARE
Carded For Today eor l "d" t) yM T"" hw Te CHIROPRACTOR Re-
Cade F r T d w. ..c.. > 1, t en, cau o1 Ther esl noonrany 'fus rmn !fostorer the bcdmlv order that e n iLW,.
idv. S n ttain. ALUOCOL asorbi t xceti and women to rniC n Thinm Neany, ose mIane HALTH Keeptt G ASSWARE
gA sWy pole nd sports meeting o fW temin In t, stomare, the qiiantity Underwelght. Run-Down. and Frlnd- Inmeans HEALTH ,. Keeping FI'N
p promoted by Lawrence St Lewis, r"uired for the, ,r'se" of distaioB. i.e. In Hoilywood the Cinema Sr. s the SPINE Flexible ard ini MODERN FURNITU
l be hel 11 th' Chagunas ALO ot unly si',Ivi * plrompt etil f but are under a esvere strain night and iday l proper rrmchanical condition to
will be held sat Or, Chaguanas gradussly r-estabasties v .nrmal. uessi) and require the be.tt of;medicali.pr,%..> : deliver 100'; me-tal impulses Beautifully designed in the Latest
Sot.School grounds on itS unday, itin. tomaintain normal Weight and Halth. to all oranq is the surest way d t
ispm.tALACOL t tus much Btinpmoi toI N. This n .eesitv resulted In a remarkable .
2,boat starting at I pin.ae of sodas. bismuth, 15a55l5?adiscoveryt ngt,
MThs sports meeting will carry a other aikaune remetdie.wh camao t1o0 mnvwm that Isnowbrlling good 'ugto HEALTH. rs horo Terms I
iAM of 25 items with the majority eporary rel from I= t0 oI *m health solid flesh. and well forme-d .
*&rd f >-, ritms it the *majority "nmlBrtiia tt rtouble. bodlI to men *nd women throughout
of events divided up among girls C1m1n a. ting ALOCOL at oee an dthe world. A licensed Hollywood. Call- P OPULAR MAGAZINES (Spanish and
r ra D rour ditlgestive troubles will dlsippear. lonia, phyuiilan, In prescribing for the ,
sualsports rae LOCOL stastele" and bltely harts' Cnaema Stars succeeded in combining R FRERA. JUST ECEIVD-A SHIMNT OF ...
ANW, I eluding high jump, sack, sIl" An uuts may be Las an wik a highlyhconcentrated extrartsIn ploeas- D. Ph.F.R(E.SA.) T IO
ai. an T...* ea tdson ,' att tos..ta.ble- f... Ph.h i. ;o.S.e. COLUMBIA, OKEH, BRUNS%
eEt N J, ehog, ared spoo, needle Obtainable in bottles of Go 0tta ifuts rate. known as Buroids, builds rich
mn hreltd, three legged, jack-an., w 76 sai o direct tiom t b %ood. strmoig steady nerve. stinrulate, DR. GLADYS FERREIRA, D.C
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flushtt. the onb'i George do )ob .rl' bigblack horrn:ur-e ; liet1e1 0a eold, Ds, Fi19. 24,21 G:3, 0244,-B
when A' Cls miusley; por~ora, aged, 133. Chapp Z93, '2326, D27, D384.I
0t311 pWttr when be hipped the 'A'Cla nanimBls minu 1 Sunahaft took over fromafast- C8: Confirmatlon was received by
In a six furlongs sprtnt race, and gave hi small moving Rs Taffare nearing home A 4C today, that the B.A..A.
*u the pan imutuOII4 but It Ws Chlfk5s who awakened the inth1 1 gufsat.re afurlongprint o3r 4. .dr. 1 .4n:4 c. 4 92 tha e appur o ^iHof ufbrtc a llfnin
to catch the judge's eye a winner 2nt 5217 ................... 5154 eD tdy ha h ..P
race for the "bIC guns1" ..Other number drawn: C32t.4 312,. the triangular goodwilS footbaOU
action of the spectators when coming from lengths behind Ras Taffare and leneCagled. c, Bl t, 114, c3l. AdaA, tournament, which g:ta o Oo dtdway
of 14"0" Class creoles won the Savannah Stakes over a mile ed the pace of the early running 2u, 1. on September 2. to October 12 TO SOLVE YOUR Pbl
distncein toryboo fahl he . Summer tI and even when the pack swung into RAcE : But the in. tion of Demerara Please snd me a beedie
s o ookter t the stretch run_ home, the popular let A14 ..................34 ntakingypartnin this tournament, has Informatleon the subject
astill.'aheade .f. 23. ....... ... ..... 51,O
Creole wer 3rd. 94'." .F^ H .-s ..7 a3 So== sstf M'^. "T '1 61M"' AIRCONITONIG
Sits second day at the Queteb Park avasnnh yesterday. pick. other numbers drn: cso. B 23. 072, T.ot.A..t SEASON JILYe etM o iy. RAILROAD RATE CLE
Oltheunhr D d ret I3.172 FAFA.SASNJILh2 nW etehwt AIR CONITININ
u i .- ---- But Holder had judged the pace 017, D4. His Excelency the Acting Oov- heat anda seinthwith AIR BRAKE
& Cushion tap c. -, ,h. Hod-. O ide of he e Hk nice Ggnly and when he d-ernor th. Hon'leA. B. Wright has Codol-uchiro.talS TRAFFIC MANAOGM
weather, a mtmmlhoth crowd b.le Holder. Y Ol cided to let the race on'ic e a Georgne de AC10:2 consented t be present at the pen- ule lime oumai BRAKE EQUIPMENT
4,126. Holder.......to.let.the...........rge..e.lot C1,0BRAKE F.QUIPMEN
egoers followed the day's Dr. S. E. Ammon's AtMONE. Nobriga' big horse go there was 2 4 ................................. ingmatcl on July 22, the T.A.P.A.s t .I .t t CAR INSPECTOR A
lo* .ttti l at r ChBS 7wave-.eur tte ,4--111 no stopping him. r iaS, ..... 7....... r7 17 3 seasn. rpte sy s toraivem aA yCOMOTIVEBRAKI
osoey gettingn g Crley Gleneagle showed more finish other numbers drwn: GIt!,, L. 27, His Grace the Archbishop Finbar I oimarqNa & Liv. LOCOMOTIVEINRAn
for1 "a mnrtd Cr owley n~. A Gl, hneathe shan retd on iGs ,'2 12, e ", +ATHIM A 1 LYMANtt~tCO.t1111. -LOCOMOTIVE XGNOI
gJet prd r. rNoran 8 Bthan theag KG,%2 and w ested sond 9 'B c, ESS, GI9 Ryan, will be also be In attendance *owlt CANSA LOCOMOTIVE EIOIW
cl h aw theS h national hb. ch.g ", ichelor's Tut-Prett' place from him. DS D)335. to ve Trinidad oppose "The Rea,." Nlls184 164 .1 LOCOMOTIVE FIREX
e st iby. Mr. 4 M Pyn 5- en RACE No. 13-SavannahStakes.RACE 11:RA OAD CAR RP
hil 3 L Mr, nel bitten "SOLT- R nomle andn13 Sta.................................... 1 i RAILROAD CONDUC'T
d way, ,cne d by h l m T AIREe Young Na tive.- o---About on mile nd 10 ard. st 2nd A273 ....................4.. "1 F6ea We
7 Brown TA b.m. prize $8, 2nd rge $270,,3rd rize 3rd F173 S8.3 5 T W. RAILWAY TELEGRAP
battchstut'r.. b,$135, 4th prize $140. Open to horses Other number, ,rnn 024..732 3 F. R aWins St A w p n 0 A
wh. beat t"i 11 4-a F2tFil (dill3a.37
do from the jud0's box,.inn T.. in Class "F" and lower. Weight Flrill:-C23 E23lf6Cu OE -07. Name .............
S ,0h J rac. rWinnertrainpd bY y X.X Murray. RAC"" n l o n W e ih 2 Addressh ............
3. I tul tole te da d A Sce Rover dcd mIng for age, Entrance $24. U ApC 1+p: .i .. ..
m an usual took the lead Also ran p eRover () '1,l I- 1 Mr. S. H. Mohammed's CHIN- 6,t C ui ...................p... . br N sIES T Cit .............

t abltter, ng place. Butn I e the tram i l. L neap oYea r idden08, lt i' 24___ wilb be o1lepat -ei ohni .| l r
Craer aole n lt a l leB.the t hehe h e Ch er; C arrival (5), 126, tP ers. KA R 1, B Hoelart eIrl rgi h s I m^ o e v .....

otedy not retled as he cherCarniva the lel 126.n Pearun thRe b~c KorPmr -Ftannhlvo Otve r) P20........... J F. Rc wones theJulap, a l m axiu t 11(c uiua athin." a ........uui
one so often in the past, and Happy Days (5), 12, Harris. 2--Mr..L. M Lopez'TRANSMIT- Other mbrdrawn: A271301 23le S. Andrws Golf Club tourney Fmroyd v .
oe resuls ol~lon, to aS, looked an rea wint the I ader In 0ynY 3-C3 .1. G128. Y^er day with cl onet Toredao WAL L YO U
re o .he Ia g. .T .cor one o, the C.a. pcnt 6 peo. with W A L O PApply Internationol
only ohe furlong Ip go, Jetsam ina race that the camoerausually TER, bog. 3 ,.C102lai 32 102. 13: al I n te il 50 P ARo nTa leE
pent face, rown Brea d Idec ideAs, High Hat came along, with James. l' RACI N C M G intr s (cnd 711 PH and MTa Dh
a* den: t tobhe t eosnatc ta sensational spurt to steal victory 1At D .91. .. 6 score of 69.WALLOPYOU -S PR K' e SRE
t .0 behind to santch a _+"..... nJ. A e o e b 3--Mr" Sydney C. Aqul's CAP TA N........... E O W T E B L ? . . .. . .
victory almost on th bo from little fancied Anemone a ird pl7a$.Sy. Snel2 l ers tn Mjr Ja D I.
a Donna, a winner on the very short he-d on Mr. C. T.rW. E. g114. Ramirez. Ot her numbers drawn: 95 C409 A3.2 r'negait were thLrd with 4. T
d ,,d g t.he~villi t Dorrens nnlsnmg, (Tme. 4ao- Mr. Lionel C. Gittena' WHIST- G A.o 3314 D431 BlIS a339 F28h A2t4 IeUBORG CUP
day, coffee at heaviest Impost The crowd roared themselves ABLingr.e .Young Native- D3(15 306 A331 B253.5Cp.2e cipet for the Tuborg Help Youro F. 2118" For The Kii Of For the purpose
7 unds she was asked BE r (on aie.D936A34B8.Teooptto
poud h et ws hoarse as Holder, a stride High Ht, Haven),4 1 6Padilla. CuP, ill be played J SaurdaY e E A T G thprp It
in the St, Ann's Stakes, run came out from the rear right be- Tie153 consolation J- ly8. at the St. Andrews' Golf 1 .. That Helps Esk You lras Ta Ge
st xfurlbn oheiagcin fore the stands to score one of the Al r Saracen, 12 2, Chappe low:ClubMaraal.tore n d ,premises an
the G's in convincin greatest wins ever seen on this Also ran: e- 3t1497 $336; 26 d C4140 $t02: This competition Is:opened to thebit in V,,ur'"or en
round. Leap Year, Happy Days lin; War Lord, 116, Harris; Btony e 144126; n A9941 32: members om the clubs ,inhgolfigtonstrtoth that hepwe
Broke, 121, Thirkell; Son O'Mine, 5th R4433 $202: Ath 4li W,131 It I4t514; membersOf tile thubo in golf itder we
gt surpr o the day w dea Rover did the early Pcng 121 Crosley; Thumbs Up, 99, 7th 491 5: th 2779 00; union, and it is hoped that me- ditn h t te l,
-d in by Mr. L. M. Lop' while High Hat andAnemone blaz- Luichman; Tomahawk, 109 Flet- 9th214$6. 10th A3794 34. r f some of the other clubs, iutoumayneed'ae, sLl
smittr, who placed col in ed the trail. Anemone, ridden by cher.h will beo 19,r _et- heet"o 0 ________ r TD Ie nri to He tlolen
Savannah Stakes the final Crossley, showed his colours at the After trailing the field in last Thi ii bie able to take part. yo v feeofte i vide -tMd 2.: ___ ha fhec gLOSED I
Aftr taiing the fild n lstThe tol'.tn~' Is stroke play over Takeonet .tlttrs l.httle I ','r i P -wdl boenad
of the day, and ted 8 tO head o the field coming around th ae h holes, p handicap. maximum o ater In eaf.ftea8htle.,h,.,',,ndp,,tt,.
on the nmutuel 1 final tuin in this mile race, and distance, Chlnkara, ridden by Holu t 18 being permitted. "lty teNo wa73 Iup al 't iw ,,t .s t a F 1st
e results follow* looked an easy winner until High1, u on the lr i Pi O d coi o Tra 1ti
CE No. 7-- Creole Malden- Hat changed the complexion of the der, cut down tJhe leaders in amaz- Ei .eon othui uIp,,ts pt)"iouacrttentlt, atue
fa fCshion to score one of the Stand part mhttuels resultsfare & fol-l at 6 pm. own ia)'
t five furlongs. 1st Prize $750, race at the eleventh hour. day'sa most impressive victories a, laws; h .t tm t fl .S t to in.,tcltet I, at hile we are (
Prize $250, 3rd Prize $125, 4th Highly fancied War Lord dis- w a
$95. Op~n to creoles which RACE No. 10--St. Ann's Stakes. RACF 7: Mennen 53306 to win. G$1.60 ua irdian-Strollers G a ne titlt" i't" i ,, .. obtainthe
maidens at the tim e of the bout six furlong. 1st Prize $6.50, appointed his backers badly, while to pl,te. iu ttea5 c$2 '24tantiCaptain 51.72 1 aA t1un Ju an Tfod ay -, ...bel,, ug.f..o m.-r
a ssi a dt oe r.i We igh thrank outsider Transmitter turned place.i
2nd prize $215, 3rd prize $110, 4thIiA tth bgget sure he b et ching ,. ,b da y I
tClassand lower. Weight prize $85. Open to horses in Class in the biggest surprise by fetching RACE 9! Ptt,ti$ Si 6 win, i 14tplace;:1O1111n -ru-t-- from Ons from
e 'G" and lower. Weight for age. second moneyRaly Fltg i and Lnseed $.1 6 to A Guatdian soccer XI will eilkO
r. E n tr e anc e s, M E5 "G" PiloNN EN ,r. M M o e Ca pain finished a strong t hird t h e c o m
r. J, H. de Gannes' MENNEN, Entrance Ce s n $19.50.th d Strollers FC. of San Juan il a SENIOR BRITISh NAVAL t c o
Tom pearson-Halo, 3-116, l-Mrs. M. M. Mracelin's PRIMX with Whistable, another outsider, SE Ni, ,, wIn. 2.00 return match this afternoon at 430 OFFICER. Trinidad Vo
ewhalrds. DONNA, hb.b.m., To Pearson- running fourth. tte 4 42 atd Sahib 1.42 to at the AranJuCz SaYantah. Street, opposite
r, K. H. Henry's SUNRAY, BellaeDonna), 4, 137, Pereza.eplace, Last Sunday, Guardian gave the WE OFFE.R lFOR SALE
tf, Sunw.ve-Smal but. Come- 2-Mr. Geo. W. Huggins MINE BTA ACt0 Prima .nn. 55.0 to win. San Juan te mn a 5-0 drubbing. The aI rIEc where accounts
3.-116, Pwilla. SWEIEPER, hh.b.m. (Bachelor's $22 4 to pi,*e' Mle s deeper 3.24 and homesters have mro 'eesd th ir . s. i CP"
r. S. Aqu, CA ,,AIN, bg. Tut-Clean Sweep), 4, 130, Rami- Cric-N.tartn Toy prankle a l. side and is out to avenge that. de- 1386,6t. bug x ',ft. beam a a.ISO be paid.
om Pearson-Mermaid, 4-128 rez.__
ro pley. roerm 1 ton Crooks' e DARLING, RACI t: Brown red $1254 t o win eat 14.ft. depth.
i Wt Mr. wlll eand 5134 6toplace.Jetsam31.781 tv pace. (Former! deo sca st-eam
ar. J. 1 Pampellone's THUMBS hb.ch.m. (Bachelor'sTutH.. CyTy TrawlerI
,.f. Sunwave-Solaire. 3 mare), 4, 130, Campbell. RACe 12: Suinhaft 851,06 to win andM Gros t o frs tlon i tte ac'-1 tOlls.
16, Fletch er. a --4 -Mr. S. L ddelow's DUSTY, hb.br. -$3 .72 to place: tieneagi e 1.42 nd Ras Ne t 19 btlS i a 2 tllCs.
e: 1.03 2-5e. g. (Tom Pearson-Bachelor's Tle final in the Bonanza First T-ffare i$ 78 to place. Net toiae 192 tos.
Inner trained by Dr. J. H. de lk hb. mare 4-128, Fletcher. Division will continue today at the RACe 13: Chinklr $ 1 to win end Scotch tle Boiler. 10b s I THE RI
nerYI cTme-11yD.J.a eR2-5b.m Queen's Park Oval. between $206i td, nt Tranr $80 m Sttet 5t 25.0 ad Idtelhul I TH
ne. Also ran: Colleen II, (4) 130, Queen's Park "A" and Invincible. captain $4r6 to place. W M N E. a0
lso ran: Cinderellia ---106Hati ExI T ee ws n ply etrd ,I Main Engines. triple exuan~sion Phonea 4A.57. A, 9. C
eiEpren,--0 Pt-Harsl,; Experiment (3), 110, pa-. There was no play yesterday, _______AVOUR____ LO~TDGE P2 N.e.P.
es), Experiment, 3-109 (Pere- E1 ]oy.(),12,frosly;du t te ecndda o te62 N.H.P.. -----.
dllla; My Boy (4). 128, Croasiey; dtS to the second day of thei ,Illflhiillllmllll llllllllll lrf Alii,,-Tfll:l Pl lliiiillllllJ~jl Holds, at present di\'1td t 3 I__.___- _______
Rosewood 3-119 (Chap- D'emocracy (3) 110 Holder; Hard T.T.C. races, EtNEVU L|G Ho I Osat_ I____
TraNomtter 111U (Jgger fr carrvi-ina fish. capacity I______
A, Transmitter 3--19 Luck (4), 121, James; Simple Simon Invincible were skittled out for .... No. Ae73, .UtOSrM.about-150 tons ih
thl, Her Highness 3- 16 (4), 133 Thirkell; Patience (3), 110, 62 runs on the first day, ecib -u 150EE to c con see( rog ut i
tchman), Coronella 3-116 Joseph; Silver Native (3), 117, Jag- Pouchet and J. Sollmeyer taking Removal Notice Bunkers. Capac lvy bulit 126
lde) air Qeen3 1te ovl Ntiet.n ol
der), airy Qeen 3--116(Har- gernauth; Flower Girl (4), 118, Sa full advantage of t rain.-oaked l vse we ba-to -ato "nsUCOa.
Lower Girl 4-113 (Samaroo), maroo; Coquette t3), 117, Chappe- wicket. Member are hereb ntlfediltId
flintro areO heriryeno)ifind engitied ilnthe U.S A. tn tt916 U R 14
int 3_119 (Thrkell). ilin. nDue to rain on Sunday, play was that hednnine- frC m SUNDAV niPre onthi U ,oned o942
nnen shot out of the barrier Top impose of 137 pounds did not not started before 4.40 p.m., and 2nd July. 1944. Meelin i will ann was recondition ed in 042
plenty speed, and after two in the least worry Prime Donna, on a fairly wretched wicket the ogr e held at 79 Hen a een used in h
ngs were covered, led0 her who once again m h o inomadehashothe Qns airk Aedu a b g stylist, oleh. a y Gulfof Paria as a min-
t ursuer by a clean length. G going the six furlongs sprint. Qu' P ADISOn s i Sweener CE
yards gave the pacy aster of the Like on the first day, BPrimoa Jeffrey 8tollmeyer had scored an -- IKER S TET Permission to 0rs.ect same-
ttR "ffareo eall the reins and Donna Wastnneverrever challenged, undefeated runs of his team's, 3 b8,oPEMBROKEtSTREETaion e me
Peted do a.the rtes ta Peraza r piloting Mrs. M. U. Mare-3 at the close of play. (T strs) u man be obtained from V.
winner, two lengths ahead of:txms mare some four lengths itle The tollmeyer brothers opened General Meetings every First offers to ntrchase are to be
ay, who came on with a rsh of Mine Sweeper on the fnishing the innings, but Victor was dis- and Third SUNDAY. dressed a e r
secon fo rs h post missed t ari leg before wicket, bya n.lor fu thir information. ae Tdess wil b r uB
to bring son hoous As usual, Darling came with a the Invincible's left arm bowler ..THE SECRETARY 54 DTender will be received up 86 FRED]
won a heated argument for late rush to dispERcD Dusty for Melville de Souza,.for5anscore of-i"can to the 7th day of July, 1944."
place from ge sewood and te t dlc ty fo elve Soa or a so o Street, *, Port-of-Spain._____
0e o d n third place, six runs. ---,-- o111 ." ..........
lbe Up. RACE No. 1-N.E.M. Trophy.- Frankie Waller then partnered
llowint & protest T'humbs. UP About one mile and 1.30 yards. lot the run-getting orgy, Jeffrey Stoll- ='lllllllllllm~lllllllllllilllllle l I
awarded fourth place from Iprize $900, 2nd prize p300, 3rd prize meyer, and the drawing of stumps, FOR.. ..AL.E. rWlU I.,a
wood. 10. 4th prize $115 Open to horses saw him with seven runs to his / IDhfK mn I AV t of pGENERALI
CE No. '-ueen' Park in Class 'C and lower. Weight or es-About one mile and 130 age. Entrance 27. f th two it loneSanta Cruz R oad with con ider-
let rize$1,00, nd Piw -Mrs Ria Sctt'sBRO N Itthetwo Parkites get o top al t
--e n 1-Mrs Rita ott' BR of the bowling, or the. otherIn- ALLIED MERCHAN etcho ain River bound- Lighterage and
-I 4tPrz$1, BREAD, br.h. (Mill End-Brown C ndia h ig property 4,000 full grapefruit
tobrd P niz$6 4l s Prie $B2e. Betty), 4, 121, Ramircmgez, h at ar 'o d w|AV I trees, 3,000 Tonca Bean Trees vri- S
Weit, orae. i FnCas. and 2-Mr.M Amoroso-Centeno's before stt.g aggis ive, Invin- NAV Y CLUB ous ages;? 7,00 Lime Irees, Orange
...it. rnt W S.AM, .hnc. (Flotsam-Hope in the tcible will be going under with an So g RIe ClI ... Tr 1es; very valuable Timber, Gravel.
Va) .0I., PSadlla. in. FOR MERCHANT SEAMEN Property offers most attractive Dry ClenI
r.J...e.e IPPIN, .l--Mr. J. R. Edwards' SAM LORD. Neverthels, although Invincible Y F ALL TilE UNITED bi ldin area posIblities n

unwnve-Newto PippinMar 41-121, B Y building- arrcs possibilities ne
un..a, er e pnpm, 4--121, b.g. (Sunplant-Pique), 5, 126, were bundled back to the pavilion NATIONS, ity with g rand sites and splen-
adill&a Harris. for a meagre 62, it wouldn't be r ST. NNS R 12 d i river bathing. Faces east UIT I
W. B. Scott's R ALLY4-- Mr. Lionel E. Gittens' SCARVA, a Surprise.if S. M. Ali and M. A tAwithflat and sloping ground, UNITED
YING, chim. Playtime-Real b.m. (Museum-Ladytown), aged, de Souza do not skittle o t the C
ardner, 5-11l, Ramirez. 111, Chappelin. Parkites before they reach their (Mezzo Soprano) ..cool, with good views..0
r. S. J. Rock's LINSEED, Time-1:52 2-5. score of 62. i. t Merchant N aProperty is served' _branch road.
.m. Limelight-Hempseed.'A-' Also ran: Lazv Daisy (5), 111, The present scores are,:- Guest Artiste: This-PRICE- 35,000.00 i
i23, CrossleyL.i Crossley; Kingaway (aged), 126, Invincible, l2; Queen's Park "A" MR. McD. CARPENTER-Vinist Club W a Is open every day--. Fire Insurance on I
23,. Crosde Noria'sT- rza.Iovi-.ibl,........n'Par, of the week from 11 am. to= "MALABAR HOUsE," Benumont
oHAn. obr. d Precintbrign' Rcegoerszsaw.Jetsam making 43 for 1, I Mss WINIFRED ATWELL-- 111 n1m. 1 Avenue, Maraval. Most elegant re- etc. Relieve your u
Holev'na 5-12, Thirkell.hits first bid among the C's, beaten M4 FINoLSr---- I Piai BOOKS CANTEEN enforced concrete throughout) rest- us risks.
lee: 1.0. to a frazzle a furlong from home I SBEER ,etc, dence. 5 bedrooms, large lSvin and
by Brown Bread in this distance The Smith Cup semi-finals and d tnng rooms Jade green bathroom
inner trained by George Cox. event. the Bonanza aecone class s nl-at diten other bathroom pareen et floors
ISO ran:The-. Abbess, 5-113 Jetsam's defeat came as no sur- final between Asnion Villa and V ict a t tu 1 tthe b pretifloor.E A
.eippeini,, Kingswav A-116. praise to the experts once the race Bata XI on St,ngo ground wilt institute Monday, y AllfittIn g edilly imported.
ggernauth---, ,rerunner 110-- got underway ,for Scarva and Sam hola the sPctiighL 1 the Surttay R3yaaJul Over 50,000 s.f..Freehold..t.tid
r~s) . -,4a~-Sa~,-en Sm ~l tle podg_n e .u~t ~ . ,on. . $0 ,.Valued by Iliading building contract Can provide the no
.a). Lord made the running very ho, cricket games In the city today; .-"torin 51Vt b4 d bt t 00n0000
hAbbess burnt up the track for Jetsam, who kept up with the d Ie rainon nt..j .last. waedhdy---1944 a --N--RSRIN VIotinfamiatbusiness and
over the backstretch compelling leaders, while Brown Bread lay out the Smith's cup memi-finals,FlSundaypi July16 16 m.m, Sound Films. News- a FES NIE i faiybunesa
y.............and Suns.laft among the second string runners. and the committee have decided to at r.45Tp.m. .reelsSport and Feature B I
hase her in that order. A furlong from home Ramaires, complete the 1944 cricket season, u rsmIlt Concrete buidit.g, No, 42,E
ut rThe Abbess shot completely riding Brown Bread, made his bid, aloi In f '- ADMISSION - $1.50 & 11.00 r- Picture 1 BARGAIN R O 4-Apat
woinr up the hill, and was randthe honest MilI End-Brown o ,WWof rrelow OFFICERS' QUARTRS D s.ret. Price-- $14,500.

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