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

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

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Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
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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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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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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lcc - Newspaper
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UF00081212:00700

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hencans Battle i Push nRussians Smash Closer To Vilna,

ermans In SCapturing Two Key Rail Junctions
Sftcansul Preptare prn
f La Haye du Puits For Tought Battles
-7 -5 HayIT A; c JOHN In Lightning Drive To Old Poland
A3 NZDuATIBm~, Jz)) 5 (A?) -- 7'rm Aim Dy 5OHWI oH TRg
lut th a~ee~*~ROME, July I (APJ.--Amerisan
6 t 0f way Into the Streets Of La H]ye du Putet latef yitn Army troops doggedly batttod,
WaptuMrng the rfalway station and bayoneting through foot- their way a few miles forward to- ___------ _------
I Wr"by heGeran Wh &hodOu atIs twceward thi, Important Mediterranean
t the oerm who lashed out at least twice F o rtpe arow
-1t4 In a desperate attept to save the western flank galed in preliminaries of w ha m ens er
Field Marshal Erwin Romml hurW n t tays may be their toughest battles since v
suhu~g a Cen heCaadan wsfoce bckfrmCassino and Anzio. N N azisnay K o
nan age at Caen. The Canadhan we~re forced bae Frontline reports show that the
airfield, but the village was firm in their hands. h oon- German. are now retiring toward D vel p
Weather was still unfavourable for unlahing the full Allied thernd Lr horn with the new- we s pI v act Nw
ht from Britaln. ao h W 1etee1n Cecita in
.-Geoneral Omar Bradiey' British Air Ace et defence lin anchored on Cat- -E.- _
tgliloncello. Resllllnlno. Volterra~ E IWE.8S v e
d rove to within a half. Brings Score To 35 ByCiaole Dil which little LEW HAWKINS
f Holley, oree miles west of L O re toan halfway from the Medi- LONDON, July 5 (AP)--Britain 1
0f du Pult0 th re wt fisre Br I ,Jl etr terranean coast to newly-captured has received no oficial Inform&-
die -tain's leading fighter ace, Siena. tion from the U.S.S.R. saying
n counter-attacks nd then Wing Commander Johnny Vlolent fighting has been in pro- that the German flying bomb was, LAD
the wedge within the Jotmen, tonight brought his gres along almost the entire length developed in Spain Mr. Anthony SELL
store of air victories up to 35. of this line, particularly around Eden, the Foreign Secretary told 0 RUSEN JannDT n tt
He did this by sho;ig down Roeeano. the House of Common& today, add- o s ONDON, July 5 AP) Moscow announced that Red
r amhed another counter- two more erman aircraft out Canole Delsa was entered earlier ing he was convinced that report r Arm troops have smashed cloer to Vilna in pr-war Polard, c.-
weh the anm of even dtroyed by the Can- this week but since then head- of the Spaniards aiding enemy re- turn two mportan ril Juncton on the line rom Mnk, n
tbe Americans who gained adian Spitfire Wing Which he quarter, revealed It had "changed search at Paiplona "are without taring tw klmpoztan ri n on the line from bdlflsk, a it
Ok he lasrbll be & I c m ad s. r1IL' hc e q se revealed it had "chlangled search at Pa nplena, "are without
It t ill before the commands, hand more than once." foundation." i U tho ame timeF a G0,rman broadcast said that Kowel had been evacua-
2 oaml northillet of Forste The troops are now holding Cas- Mr. Eden made a lengthy state- ted, indicat'ng a possible new Riu.slan offensive, south of the Pripet
oy olU held thret ole Deita "in some strength" and ment after Mr. Leach asked if his
Ostre, ll two to three the most forward element are attention had been drawn to tne ma rshes
bOutheatc LatHae In trong J ijCafln l now approaching Castigioncello continued assistance given by the -- Pre.nler al today persnay
abut oulrwse naa no ppart and are only about 15 miles by road PriLnco Government to Getmany a r epure-of the i
t-o a a po n M in eds f B e fore o vorno. at Pamplona in testing explosives nor th t theJa n e s b o isW he Ru,
to th rot.M n dB f r Headquarters statement warned, and pilotless 'planes, in the use of e, , centre of Ntilodecau,4 mll
mifle east of the forest, the however, that only slow progress Spaish shipyards for war produc- *.Japanese Lo. northwest of the WhiM e Rumle
won. hen lost. then re- Tn could be expected, adding that Li- tion, In the organisatlo of nitro- n i ca 1 o Min. and subsequent
S town oe I l vorno itsel wb ed y thick gen actors by German engln- American tanks, leading Infantrymen, with other troops standing Soviete communique said that th
reported pushing south into -oncrete pillboxes, considerable ar- eers. of the training In Spain of In doorways of buildings, advance through the streets of Cherboulrg en r a Or
ground where the owosil- tillery and extensive minefields, Luftwaffe personnel, and the con- Just before the ofilal announcement of the fall of the port after And D estroyer t hie b Go"n R'
extremely stiff and pro- LONDON, July s (Reuter)-The and reconnaissance reports said tinued export to Germany of iron a bitter four-day battle for the vital Normandy port city. Asso- I niankhovskv's third Wh Ru
ow. Air Ministry disclosed today that laconically that the city would be ore, tin and zinc. fated Press Horace Cort. with the wartime still picture pool, sia Arsty oloyer
Just under a month before the "defended with stubbornness." Taking up each point specifical- made this plcture.-AP photo. -- a- s on
l KNOCKED OUn llandingj in Normandy, R.A.FP. iMlnelelds, Reuter states, are ly. Mr. Eden replied: "I have al- genie----- -0. 21 mles'farther west on the
^uthe easliter flank Coisqd8 iMOM ella m f Bomber Command also making things difficult for ready Inquired into a recent Prem ...c............r-- WASHINGTON. July (API s
KS I ^^ -S^^^t1 w aS ~-c^^Water Scheme c^ Hom^* Hit P^'* s*e A^~S
aaid mines in the Kiel Canal, the French troops pushing their report regarding alleged Iassistanc M. J a Brepoted ther, si me ersaiodws
the NMa ft)0 Ylrds from blocking it at A particularly criti- way to the west beyond Siena, to the enemy by scientific research (City Homes Hit bcreiary, o day report e vse, in- eoted tin sok-d (t woet dtitr
fortlifid hanars of CAI time for the OlGmans. This but they have advanced three at Pamplona, and I am satisfied By WWater Shortage dng of 1l Japacese veaselsd de- sports In MoloGeca y tw a
airfldK but when the Attack on the most heavily do- miles north of Siena in the face that this report is without foun- N u er o in u r re yerian aries u tas bro
tank head-o fended waterway in the world was of stiffening resistance. dat The pnh Ambadr Several homes In upper troyer by American submarines ta bro t
town itself, ainti-tank gun. carried out 'by a single Mosqulto In the Adriatic coastal sector has Just informed me, on Itnstru0e. N a Frederick, Pembroke and Aber- op'rating in Pacific waters. town this morning from two ai
I h untith enemy s q 01dro on the night of May 12 the Polish troops are meeting tions of his Government, that nromby streets have gone with- o v0no. the latest bag Otf Te Gems lf a
t utontp S le, then tth cost of one aircraft which with determined reliance near they are absolutely untrue. I have out water for as long as two American underseas craft art a san tanks rn actil ia t
vyeeu n. Atois believed to have hit the ground Olsno qn the approaches to the received no official communication E g nllr days at a time, during the past news conference at which he re- more nan 20 mileif rth up
d Gerans were flt- when flyn very low. part of .eona. Difficult country from the Soviet Government in this a --- c ng"Trinadr sported t oit submlrine c have been natelf The eran O ve .
the skreet for the village of ii;; week attackin wao berepolsrenigtosowuttematr
tE hl ,r.1 Poa o th ", e ,three miles south of Car- planned it was found that to lay Allied advance here. It hs ow '"here is no isnformati0t f1lphatic denial of the ties dinh" yesterday. the props from under Japar.' con- ses News Sfo v ie sali thart
Was'ySF ^S CTft oundy that "to1 a Alie advnc her. Ithso "'There is nr o info^ Grmaton Emhaiden iahec l ofthe al ega openeda"rogadgolBdfct"Hwsel on ece l~a
Natal7^ 5LSD SLvwohdnee tw nI sllV.'^ J*lr P erng-e tIn taa,10tae0 centra11, 1 waers(;iw At the is hoap'aso Hihe Scate sdthoolr- r Japa- ord RhussVpian orcenst
TWO miles farther sout, M accurately in the canai t been disclosed that Natal available to His Majsty's Govern- tion wia ILae cenrral warnt sm-i 'e At the Bishop's High School qrest "and said the rate of sinking of"or Rusiah ostee, beartng down
aircraft Would have to fly vey low Mounted Rifles have been taking ient suggesting thatSpanish ship. fac pkov auure i at i acetam in Abercromby Street and at the Japanese merchant fleet waulo on Vilna from the noiea
pcarr. w u toae r Io n the fhtn n tay inya s v a on o thr wa be accelerad." were only about 25 mil u lto
Bag Of Prisoners Ad though they h not car- part In the fighting in Italyl. yads have been working for the cotnury utsrrctS were wluL Me. "The HallF" there was not even be abcelta100
r dmnsbefore, the Mosquitoes German war machine, water supply was made yesto r- water for drinking purposes as Mr. Forrestal -a-d Jrpan s the ciy. Abu t 100 i le to wt
rre Tha ..medthe eorobvious choice Mfor the cnrc"I understand two nitrate fac- day to the "'Irinoad uardian" the pipes were closed off "losing merchant ships faster than south of White Rula offenrle
KSi5? to5010W b. rr>i ne "exy tio riesare being constructed InSpain bn Major .0. o. el Director l early an 7 o'clock In the morn- she can afforA to," and the con- the Germ osy the hecr-
Mr*TDQUaR5OO weremad to enable vtes ee lSa wh maciner listed in ieyn raukic. ing and up to late yesterday tinuation of current trench s 'will red ot a su rprise vacuat ion of
were *CP@tote onae then T em. wor Weh oaind s toe e de 'lraulhoul evening, had not soen re-h the ecotosnd More th1e9 weoeti
I 3D aIt I t OO ARY tile a c arft t O ut thi Mnl De im rived livered from Germany. German WheI n he central water scheme e aed it th e ite aien e mt
(APe ng in wees d oer who hd nevr oM engineers are reported engaged in wa proposed, he said, It was not opened. a serious and growing deficit." H westerly point rehe lrshl
tha the bLasirefore Put In some Inten- Ini US Today installations work at one of t ir-ee-uae r to b llon islan -wine af the was us te sde thsaid th, e war pac tsthJapan ha e ahuaov' sri O weve
isntm da ep--d o oeet -. .-t-an usualm tr.fcth Mr.., ^o,~. M1'1'. -^fc ,t SonaS,^ .erS ., whe.. the.e. l-_1been.?n.. o; h0 ,1,.. J +y! Tho ,, tklnl rflc to+ m, tr,~ o re, theiema
tWher m t T ractics e wit dlmate n factories, neither eof which haa Wh but wAS .limited t.o supplyn _tg an a ed t Ae"ia r but h e Other VN sian fr 0w we" e e
A cint I ietanin, e. WSHl y bnt o t Wt ntres. That intention, he a he l, b waru .dA* Oflftla a
ta 6W)W 0000. 4m1"11 M14I it hand. WAS HIN TON, Jurd (Apt t -o a el bee n completed. said, was amply carried out. R against over-oonfldence, sayln- that striking within a t te
c wle coystantly co --- has so a t- o confer to thal to_ t h P es f O TRAINING IN SPAIN With the proposed sAand-widr the main blcn-attles i Ir still to ome LalHic tates of vLTat 'nt -
t iatl on cuse so to Confrenc todayl thatl theil forth-I. anKrd would be "bitter alnd Co~stly."
eth icns a l nelcp avoid the buaa balloon cables ermal r eoauve ation between cn r" nI amsie o un of egd. water scheme, however, It was Sm''<,11 ai0r and wol rb ittranl aid tl. ) aman 1thoe nnorth aonndt Baraowte
a,000 i the no a -- of t. wi r Mr. Forrestal 'aid the Ited in d Poland on
.... .th. C r M4 -some of th em had trouble with Oral. do Gaulle and American of- Iuf'twafle personnel ics tPl o ho.peI to supply certain areas. itn h n States wr now apro aching thea
u, and it Is believed un- flak but their mines were lai in finals on the United States-French' place in Spain. ClUodng to e isperain ares trin-g% N o.3 "Pace where we can force the sect
s at otht 50 0. oid dh Gler pointed right in t relations would be of a general "Iron ore and some zn have .tre now without an adequate sup- N o 3 s e Japanese the Pacific to stand More than 330 places were Cap
e rts 1 m iddle of the c. nature. His comment implied the ubeen exported, but I hav t. Ply' u mad fight." He predicted that turned in the day' widespread fight.
theOB ar .hig h comtlonitrverd hil ue of r e formation but tin o Pointing out that the ceItrl p the main battles still to come would Ig, Includin the di 1nt
B^e for thehihs ewe D'eloar tak wet* R-^ind Alied Shrtle-Bmber Bac Exprts^^^^^ of~lWMO -v
controhersial iamu of agait fr at au tn x water scheme had done even beyond likl Tc u on land with icffantry ae on t
0 for tha height between at the sanetm a t I tar i would not arsenso e ,,,t s- ged and when teyon]ine ihow a yery marked decline l onlan hrt
AEnd sywayelO. e.. an wn the lm d o. on the 1943 figures. It is, f cur expectation, Major Rddel stad orgmtt beott the, Japan-t up operation u-
noti down Whic CAide Covered What hadhapened Lull I*M expected to UarBrivethe colnstantt policy of His jes- thlatwen troposed th City s army.
crest bas cnSosed fo seven dse, A ty'e Govenmment to ensure that o. ts: e where Russan" b e have
Ocanf was c for sve da, A re ps T e0 sort from Algiers state that o e only tilee-quLrter million gallon ten of the census of residents oc- goes Well but it is still a long swept aheaj to mlkermav
of s rdes opln for three days, though de Gaulle plan to discuss with export of esn tial raw materials been upying tenement houses in block a war. The new sinkings
l*l te ke vllwage. lo ASS t o til S ,oltt" < a pf nl ,,e dioUm losppr th. fronetral on.rimsl-tt d*ly ,,g whe reent r~the city luded been aoupgthene t hoAs in Comman II wII Wel bu t*s tl ihnllnltll01 o
tand was eesd I r to I thn usual then 'M' Roosvelt, questionsm which sl b are s su plied with fron 1000000 in the orlgrrl slut cleaCri d the _nue otf J r rails t tcp treA s to th e
into a fve-milles to- 16 t then co agt for erg ofadeep commonbde fase with from,0 1,0000 to in the oclear "I thernumber ofon Mondy acraftonilwayj of
th.ree.. a l ona y thdaes t Wreo dee common et tl hall be reduced day f ,a s e u o, elV tcun area, Government wup reported of all types p unk. u rl nln
toward L t sy. theda.he css block nr dagny. t eo 640 wuaelde-land
SGaulesd"iitg A member asked.r "Will yeourd San Fernando had Iso Increased y trd to have roabeed damaged by American marines Ran f N
nt depatch from Dot Whit- A r i estimated a D ae ," st t their original quota from 600,000 a, Of the total. $n0rearldo-a Likb
dthe Americans' broke into t t whenlt ... e, a sue ats atew hen It wst I am going toe. I the o good Afs to look a little further 4t 90 aIsi from
fon the northern side whf3 1po'tat to block every Psil Unoited States to discuss with Mr .nbc the detis he we of this, the In ad
si a wre ngagd In an on- rotte for German supplies no leo Roosvelt questions of common in ecsise it comes from Russian t..o wto hshem... Te wr e o t e as vt y and sn po-s ile
movement from the east than 1,000AW tons of cargo to and terest, and brin to the valiant sources which are usually repu central water scheme was supply- .Thenew as to_ .be surveyedand a tl
there avoiding a too from overseas were held up as well People If America at war the as able?" g hundreds of thous.ds of stretch south from Prince Streetto 1 The a
frontal attack. about half that amounof cozat urnee of Profound friendship of Mr. Eden said: ,ons of Witter to Doc* te ante Qen S and w r n- ay Of The War l".
Era- U --s S 'l military base at Fort, head cean Street to Nelson Street.
-Allied comnruniqule issue, win c"Mro. at war. It Is the Ameri. some Pains in this matter ai I LA GS. Blta M Tirs b It S t No S twem ih Gul of ftecna
followed by some hours the ---------- can People with their enormous in.|have telegraphed to Moscob It Is .- - contains Aainst Hl l o aftr v t
events In the field told of ~~. Regarding the water shortage In fte os lm n the Aganstilulersi a ndo' sthe vetartileype
events in the field told of R, o dustrial resources, with the effort to Madrid and I am absolutely t-of -Spain, Major Riddel c%_. cit Wnhlocshv be-? ---r s trore:
pture of St. Nicholas dee satisfied that ou sour o i ....
of pmilins ms for of r A res." atisfied are sources In- prt sed the opinion that the CI,, acquired by _overiment, as ft Is __________--.. __-____r
three miles northwest of RAJJ tissi ew llbeacmnies." formation are completely reliable oPo-fSpn msotufeigreported, they will be either de --------
a an~d Nefmesnil, one Imd ....t Is, said/IJ~lll ht, ewill be accompanied on this Paplons, sory t~v.-, ... of Port-of-Spain vois not aufferingler"'ewielnr+' N 0L-t
Milos north of the German by General Emile Marie Dethouart oh P ...n from shortage of water because of n- listed or remodelled, the policy
miles north of t hGemn" hg~flL "n "fid~ and other French Army officials. !PLIA v To PA S co., an indequate supply, but tTecause bPine to apply modern building
S JIn ldvde,,J C1Vh' --T-o a of leakages and extreme waste. idess in the work on the houses.
0E FIIMLY HELD ------ 0__~ Some time ago, he said, he notl- It is pointed out that because of
bulletin said: "In the Caen By RICHARD EASE CUED Allied fSed the Citv Council of a lhtkage the' space to a allocated between
enemy Is omnter attarl. LIDNDON. July f (A)M.. Win... llel n t e- Bombers Back near the St. James Barracks, but[ ne or reoeld building In O
Wt. Wr position at Oar- Stn Churchill before the House of F W' AAA weq nothing was done about it for more] ... lm cerne areas,
remains firm," IO o0M lo tomorrow Is ex,',.. ted lto K li v Ut 1 M 1Iles than one year. After threatening wi be fewer houses, THE PEIR G
m Ilte Germa'ns wes'5 uing/11 be iWI'itde to Slt9y heh/ind t~he --______ with prs tion ~ leftting theI r
"tole iect , ltl,- a gie th natind ap atheuclnl bu ____________---- .. water fowino he streets the City JaPS Mosses un_____________
............. mut-"aiie PS e.....t and ..ut, th "Su-'. boh. By GLADWIN HILL Engineer discovered thitt there war fle- Ii-
motar. Thee r dono ' t.llq , wI~ Sl UPREMtE A.ID EDUR Juy5 (AP) --WleUni- a leaka~ge In.truth andoin fact...]I Maninut He~ar e...
iie ra-inued downul al if the Alm les' te 8 states Brlhbe e Juy-Wienytetmetadekaehda
10-mnut lrtte,, al5 .,, l British-based hea,.- .^ .vy and I edure bombers and fighter- been corrected, Major Riddel went] COMMAND,' A g n
arger Germa g un Were h ud i O t ffen. iv 5 i g t b e s ran ged' ov cr north stern Europe today i the seodntai h huloris of w ter h ouad e n dls t ofd J ly 5te iT -
Ing to break the can" .... ...rydn seonlin, l h undreds....of thuand of... gal- y July(A ASIAtl)--IO
the key village.,s h Pre. m ie was Com.pleting dany of large-scale Invasion support, the -rtl-tuaIavFyn '"pj.- '"t+ a' ~hatAl omn
firs tonm amount ~. th plilts.e BnlaorRtra'Itay lyngAhecetteprtoh conmue mdYsSuthqeast Asiat Comandfte
ollirth ltmoanth announced t this draft . shtle force completed the circuit by bombing southern showed that between 12 and 40 gal. Pu1iuniqtur~,i~ let..h ...m mm
usir, the Ali~es liberated more a way tedlly at the r'oa I W ralmC rfllway yards en route. ,- _.. __ _ __ _ Ions per capital per dy were con t l heJp ns niurk R ifles who entre
Ostestowns alnd villagesl a~rir an rom the Ulsid~l, but fo TIhte hut~ie i~k. s .. Normandy strips dive-o~d the s-~ in the U.S.A. andl thi.s in- Ukhru on aoniu hi bas of..
2s.th day, th from railway at Laval, 70 milke south of eluded domestic sg hra
.,,y + ........ the. comets .t, B~ritain to Russia on June 11 ....... h. ^. ....,, ~r[now mopping up the area Whichi
Iuter reports tihat it was tIg h ouh'f2tlend, in ticipating Inh cM 2, anadsotu ri nd a the ttalaalloage ot u ed eei completely surrounded by 14th
across. te^. neck ofthe~t- feea milanes. roport onu obt mrand fiv daysh, laterH. ....ped. number of additional locomotives, per day by each person was ver ArmyuI thehlrabu 0mle ots
Iula from the eu Mr;...Churchill. is liely to l'l I Russi to Italy. The 0III ._lgte-bomb targetsn last-.-- night_- east of Impmal thre hlasee
They.,+ have reache. anot..mh er 50*h,. lcunty-bounded eoto oo ...teRmtnbsswr oiy were :somne south of .aris. RAP':, '~more Japanese activity, amnd qtne
Shy orrior h~e he derd.fence, some estimece r" the oasuo Mirgorod In the Ukraine, Br+~;iti.sh, stalin9 and. New Z me nh-er nd A.led forwar airtrips and des-
ycridore wheret the Ger-s atiesu and cle proise of relaxaL. On both trips they binbed o+llan sqadro'.s-of tha--ew-Seond -'""--" Ale.frwr 1sr/xadds
aremeetingthe thvrea tro i of censorship in designating refineries. Tactica Air.2. yPorc mad rc r'd 'our Of Front f try a someh Japanese,
s...r.with ..heavy fire l .: ?u ) a U" L qPInnrhr us from neRecommended for the
the areas.+ ~m~s hit teurnin todayte are the number of at~tacks on o11 ui g theChiesetrops av
at the moment there is His reply to demands for relpels. Y tre h tl o~ u nMikll
anadins stoo of frbtloelntlth rawer h era n HlfxsofBme Cat eeCmme Arerpon rs th western, seCtor and Made slight
ana~mn stod ff ourat- homlefel counrt more than dM _army is itdtinl tiglht during the san made- heavy attacks on 0 3 N w+ R A L BISENHOW- gains on the southeast flank.t
thllmo~n IstOwb Ge r man s ~xt, The onus of Nointand~y e, +They htt ysl a uwyrds fo~delPsnsADACOM Or.,~eltop re e'. ,erih et F lU
Once a doener German tamks mlkng war a~ elvflhms he is will- at 3g mMr Mon+tp lr. and .at Otl~s Coautal C01F.- July 5 (AP).--General Eisenhower thneir pi-easu.e on t. alugIl up "'
ibut cleared out efter anti- in", to Iemb boely on th." Germans. ..The etmire shuttle-blombing cir- mand aircraft a~ttackied shipping eundtiedurtr n3g ntefrnirdsrcso
guns had knocked out some 'o GI m r alo)di~oneese feentli cult 1 0U55 7.000-ott u ombers.(phu and Aitlst toOfteantdyco et1gaie-yrssadesenBum.p ItSe see A va
moral' ~for """ and lr Dfenceof Grat Brtain hot'vist of troo sn 1 he Nermadyj torrentia rain they have - alI.,
-'.of the airfield Is swept byi Iignatio Bitin neura an non wa nolt ano i thow trip. It donthre E g erls /Crhtoe -teL,~u ueos4- tme f l14e ltogI
amnd trosfele wit h manadia sn tove leuntrieus againstV., Ger- on the last lap, but mah y woere GaN eIlIl tTl oontreee with (oer ra, tii- Bhurm a. Riomade town t pick' me upL
acresU thme No Man's land ofae oelteueO V__ W* still eore by a foreo'C f 'Oerlml Bralley adohr ,... ... .


t ad uway. Big guns mug-rees 111"u
to thee d i the battle. gtao-. Bomers of the. Ninth Air Pbwee -1 oneers, General Usnhower' Swin River fropt bt of
atneto theIna'/ of tftB0 tSbattle. ond Z. from the nhortherne dv."-bombed three Germaa gt Spe WSI cohted by two tripe bun A eia uro v0ul httn
i-h It o tt 4 'les.' 41n0'hung. of
ua t tonih that th1 e = n t o yes-all. Thegy ne a l s aCttam d a iwr .! h ad tookht anbhndte ie.
m e rs o e a r ke n mP T.ak en Yadrds In the eastern paert of J t 1 pocket of tsae + .. .e
50CA000 "M8oes ofrInp~~ ATTACKnD 2i`ws1d5in the now Awerican drive o* N ew. juuthai'ussieofthahm~ m
No ,R-,U p eigter-b er. 2 z liboe wis 36cdu
HAmeian Jul h ti thp skim 0140 Of the --,g ulMai The second wag by, air No N
'rh 'ubs B ag te9 Ships J .. a o of the W 6 es all ran.On c b kra. wasn " w a a nd in W p WAa e. flownJuo a.. L $A. 6msa 'L
SIk of air operations Sinc thes sid that In Cm she y Min' yt Ge l ]3who4M. Of Ja m 26z. Qnsdt-
or BagShips h W asernn on at fro t the' FlyiinL oyts a ofdn we tha d t "ftwiythe by Head of the Ninth Air- Fores LOND( J y ( ) Mt E - 4o u
ash"rwI~ and *U*reseM *n red erwnon e With te Cgremsald, Who led the a"p Heci Kearft PnsJdg
Yr 5 Rt W water ) e l tsd l uay te tWe behe, atrmind G era d limes with ofuti iup e Court f eyl
N Dt o J( tnsu.i I a U e T e a i a l s co r e f or8 o z b o $ 6 4
h advance, unfts of the Royal Augs. 002s t yn n In sli ra .cmen d todAyrial 1 Gef r ma M e" "rai
A Mfa operating in tan ir r are alray ,pr i me Esnoe toe. oar Fs, r
Eastenmi waters hav su21tng f4mU e'ila d and ete hstve n te F mdi th odha vy b m er ftro 14 wig tWhol t rp hme lf strt u Mo. esn e wa s bnsin o ndh m.
suply hip d urig rcn ~.,kte Dh~t andg Carom ft is," 2111*0111 re jua w.
MMast *ft With aan dtHo Se o Mtwtreme r sa Wd- rfet in .sawa terribor
.s +' mlill i,.y.t and ,*$*usMw .37" 1 011 1srl snoe ogge FWMM.8 z os
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o fte subm yarin s wic.U S W ar@ti Ul itei 5leta= b501WtP1 ands C~~ -0 Late he Waic11lo
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TWUNDAT, JULYT &. 15.


SOperations In White Russia

Forecast German Disaster

TE full extent of the German setback
on the White Russian front will not
S be evident for some time, but it is clear
:hat the Wehrmacht has suffered a large
-scale defeat which threatens serious
S-consequences for Hitler. Both Russian
and German reports agree on the great
,speed of the Red Army's advance, and
while Berlin admits that large German
'formations have been left behind, Mos-
-cow claims that enemy soldiers are
.giving up the fight on a scale not seen
"since the great disaster at Stalingrad
nearly 18 months ago. Our Allies are re-
S ported to be moving faster since the fall
of Mlnsk, and the next few days may
S- well find them inside Latvia and Lithu-
ania and within shelling distance of
S German territory for the first time in
S the war.
S The immediate objective of the Rus-
S sian forces liquidating the German Fas-
clt on the White Russian front is the
Lenlngrad-Warsaw-Berlin railway, with-
S out which the Germans would be hard
put to retain their hold on the Baltic
countries or East Prussia. The chances
of holding the vital rail line are getting
slimmer, because It seems Improbable
that the enemy will be able to stop the
Red Army Immediately, having regard to
his recent setbacks. The loss of about a
quarter of a million men in the past fort-
night, with the accompanying losts of
materials and equipment, imposes a
heavy strain which will Impair the
ability of the Wehrmacht to meet the
greater drives still to come.
i German chances on the eastern front
depend on the ability to withdraw to
new defences. It Is problematical, how-
ever, whether the Germans can dis-
S engage and retreat without suffering
further heavy depletion of strength, and
the strongest defences, It has been
proved, are no guarantee of safety from
Allied might. At Cherbourg and now in
S White Russia, German defences have
S crumbled under the impact of Allied
power. In the one case It was a powerful
fortress; in the other It is a whole front
which had been three years In German
hands, to the strengthening of whose
A defences great care and skill had been
devoted.
What the Red Army is doing iu Wh;,e
Russia It can repeat elsewhere on the
| eastern front, and we can expect It to do
so when in the near future new offensives
S break out and battle is Joined from the
Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea. The Ger-


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drh%.^ NOW a eUf of ONAsWe fo the
enmy m* 4a ce nqt yet am In this
VW. The coinuag ueek may decide the
tde of NN, wwose defeats o a ie east-
an fzunt M l create gtuter difficulties
fwr bt arisi In the West


Important Problems Loom

For Incorporated Chambers

A FATURZ of the congress of the As-
wdatc d West Indian Chambers of
Cmmmrce held in Barbados last month
was the imunanimity of views attained.
Few conferences pass all their resolu-
tions without a dissentient vote, and the
fact that the congress was able to
achieve this measure of agreement was
most gratifying. The team spirit mani-
fested is, we hope, a happy augury for
the future, when the Caribbean Colonies
will take broader and more united views
and insularity will diminish.
The decision to replace the Associat-
ed West Indian Chambers by the In-
corporated Chambers of Commerce of
the British Caribbean was one of the
most important results of the congress.
The Associated Chambers did good work,
but was a loosely-knit body lacking the
central mechanism and impulsion need-
ed' to grapple with urgent problems.
Last month's meeting in Barbados was
the first since 1938, and though circum-
stances were not propitious many mem-
bers felt that a different type of organi-
sation might have been able to bring
about an earlier discussion of war-time
problems.
The new incorporated body. which is
to meet every three years or oftener if
necessary, has a board of directors of 15
members who will assemble annually.
They comprise two representatives each
from Jamaica, Barbados, British Guiana,
the Leeward Islands, the Windward
Islands, and Trinidad, and one each
from British Honduras and the Bahamas,
both of which Colonies are coming into
the association for the first time. A seat
has been reserved for Bermuda should
she decide to join. Five members of the
board will retire each year, which will
require the election of a new president
at least triennially.
Difficult as war-time conditions have
been, those likely to arise after the war
will require no less wisdom, patience,
and resourcefulness for their solution.
The re-establishment of normal trading
relations with Canada, for example, will
demand careful planning, and it will be
of great Importance to the West Indies
and mainland Colonies to be able to
speak with onre voice. The incorporation
of the Caribbean Chambers provides a
vehicle for intercourse which should
be able to accomplish much, and we un-
derstand that the new body Is not letting
the gr ass grow under its feet, but is
arranging to explore the whole field of
Canada-West Indies relations at a con-
ference to be held in the Dominion in
May. 1945.


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The JUiw

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Pevmet Yeadsu chg

Block MeAft hics
vb "er -am Q. dm
seme meatbaegoSim am 1risd
GuaMre led a vaNte k
auam, tae MS maKt, s ,i--
ucsvs of whitL tt s- eVidoly
a pstisa to dimer. O the
trcget V that. m wak t be
obndaMed as toah rotai d etre
Swe particular opeaair marxiMt
which take -im dslf i *m UO
city pas&Vn emmm 5-tZt.-
UMs to the peMr-by.
Asa sJmI t pay-y asm., Iia
a rural settOn. it would be mt
pwitavull bt". an FlWic &Av-u
and Marine Squar. it a very
storable, to sy tUe leart of it.
Water thu preaimbM, Mw eMM
to my point. For .F ay mthe
pat I hav Mbees trying to bu aI
suA paohiock, buti gi.naINi-
the were mone to be bU tad eft -
Of RnMiB


Waile out recently em a s amyDlag Ry DB. I. L KUXLT This demonstrated the lack of
expedition, a was I being continuity of policy or rather ab-
an0 Squeezed thro g the As the recent deosate in the Legis- sence of policy. Another instance
on the footpath, I nearly tippd lauve Council focused public t- of unsettled policy was the tBur-
over one of our pavemes t vegie, tention on the Medical Service of gon-General's attempt to appoint
I which fact caused me to ebeerve the Colony. a brief sketch of t se s consultants to the Ponrt-of-Opan
that he had an display va e or a Pttemspts made to Impzore It at hospital, whereas some time pre-
podlocka. Thank gonA I I atow times may prCapc assist viously. he did not consider that
thought, I will pe able to got sm M e people in their j.-dgm'.n ; of even one was necessary. since It U
at long last. the end-results. unprofitaM to oe a dead hone I
Then, I noticed the prices This morbid department. par ta- propose to dropthk subject as iw
marked 72 cents and cet os. doslly called Health Department as the whip.
That seemest rather expefte, so --but actually the sickly -eufant recommendation of the M14
I went into the shopia frat of threat az% of the Government-has Comith end to coosultng
me and there I found teaMatle never been radical1Uv cured of Its po'itees relaing too c eto
padlock being old at cents ailments in spite of the attentiUon harms with i&Io al
el. of a number of reputed specialists. isreor h-
I had had a similar experic This failure may be traced either "eportewhich reat A follows:
Ith sonime VanieL m edging to the adoption of mi'rel palliative the PConmte In of opionthat
a short time ago, oe arc t measures, or to the neglect of the tnaeoPri n pal. shouldfheBa
actually advising me to try te powers-th-e in cairying out their as sm ia shoud be re-
ottelieyed assm as upossibleof his
street vendor on the pavemet out. prescribed treatment in Its entirety. admistrative duties and pd
side, forb" had sold him io It is now proposed to mmo an the responsibility and extent of his
tire stock tralthntreUKSons totheybedsie teln&t o
tre soc. eminent consutant to th bedside professional duties in that e nStit-
Why this business May I ak? of the tient with the u in ass c t to occupy his
AL&JA P expects of a permanent cuar. -hole attention. "
Port-of-SpaiLn. Oftal tte ew which the State te o"
has to undertake, the care of the And yet we Ind after the lapse of
Friendly Societies' Election puc neath Is t the mont im- 10 years uthat this officer In edd-
idly Societs El on portent and must therefore take tins to streInUOU profeaao J
The "dSlo. Trtidad Gumdam." premier place, especially as rear duties. still burdened with ad-
I have been a member of a friendly the mas in any System of or- mmstraUve obligations and enoy
society for the past Av yards. D 'r. iatisd society. consulting practice, a coibmmon
ing that period, the president and This accepted doctrine IS tersely of function which cannot for a
secretary have enjoyed these po re- eprmed in the Latin quotation, moment be sod to be "omat
tion. without a break. What hap- "S popult tat supreme lex." Al- with the best iterests of the hitl-
pens is this: At electloaW, the pr- tlum certam impromnenths I our tuition under his charge. m th at
sident announces "eleetio of of- Heath services have been effected the extent of his profel dal
ficers" and immediately up jumpl by the adoption of some assures duties alone demands hi Individual
a m-nmber and movem tat the of- recommended by various commit- attention.
fcers be re-elected "ea l bloc fr tees of inquiry, much has been left The aSname objection may be ap-
.he ensuiag term. This is eoded undon Ued to the Princpl f of
and carried by a majority of fem- the more important ha a in
ale members. if another movae Critiesms Levelled Pt-of-spaJin although hehas bn
that the seats be conteted, hbe The criticism levelled at the Serel.ved of admjni tived
loses.T eobeto al prvlg ba n w
I congratulate the Regilstrar of rice in the Press have been con- The objeton vlse hano
Friendly Societies for taking the stant, almost unanimous and that been extended to me the chief
necessary steps in the present without foundation And yet ai the hospitals. Tbis
3tOfrin ly r existing In some te ugen-ecr remarked proposal did not mn wie th h
friendly Societies. from his seat In the Legislative pval of the lateDr. who
MP--a. CoOacU that complaints reach himad nd ore in ate kolede
only from across the Council tabe local conditions and personal ex-
when In 1919 popular l -mour w-s perlence of hospital administration
Pl F -Itattarounsed the Govern- than any other member of the
Pill For Government? ent from Its stmer and so His committee-
The Editor, -TrtcMa asdlaa ellesncy. Sir John Chancellor, ap- In his minority repot' this ts
1 should like to britn to B oha committee to emiure Into whatInpart he hadto 'C-
notice of Edn Hater-Makes nme 1S, IaA of the M the Win the War Ajtoeltlos of Ci&of the wo ploe wy.i eSZe
Trinidad and Tobago the saying The CoBmittee twuderhe ehar- w" in wtuel d
of a very famous British Duches: manship of Dr. Wise. the newly = ar-i th.s-" th e
"When one of my servants is r. rived r o-Oeneral ubmtted of prate practitionersAnd
ritable, I give her a pill; when all #4 r due!UO eo m The ut v i with theHonorary0 -
of my servants are irritable take ro mendato s te M tee tnt to the Coloteial .Hos; t
a pill." we a follows: A reprehensible feature of the
Te organismn that need the p (1) Inrase of the salaries of the props wlas the Government's
today is Government; and the bit Sueon-eneral, Medical Off"ser pulatoethat It would share with
ter pill that we should all like to and 3ropan Nuring Staff. t2) o theoficer s nedthe prscd
see taken is a general election. Increase of Medical Staff. (3) Pro- of their to tig practice n a
PILLAR OF THE STATE. vsion of furihed marrid quarters fift-ffty o .
Port-of-Spain. for all nstitution offilcrs. o Thifs repugnant and cu
[A poem by Mo' ahike w a of th alaries of the ?S o o which idly
[Apom y rs alie ws bicedngl taff. the dignity of the Government, was,
pub"A 5d 5a sA olt o P Tlen recommendatIms. while bell-eT eventually withdrawn.
advertisement under a Win thel entalln considerable additional Apart rom the above cosieratlos
War Association heading in tej expenditure. were not productive of it Is dicult toSwe any eSi
-Cranad Ou~lrli&1" recently results commensurate with the ex- for granting the privileges
vitthe caption -Peopl Of penditure involved so far as the tion when there are tenSt SI-
Trinidad complaja I
Trinidad .compli. too much."- general eficiency of the service was pr and physicians in private
concerned, practice. some of whomhave acits.
F.,TG concerned.thveypsstatee
P-t- The committee made also the t0- aly Iheld te very pots* that thes
Pathetic Hospital Case lowing recommendation: At re-owhold.
The Editor: 3inid 4d G31 dia.n s ent consulting practice Is allowed
Perit me spc i an your column to the Medical Offers in charge Private Praetltld w
to bring to the notice of the of the principal institutions. In the
a moist. regr-otta cs. scheme recommended It s t. maythereforeaWhether
S t regrtn cue. considred'that whatever r the I It is fair in sdch d-cuastancts to
Tursday, June s, up to the tm e r be. thahere is no doubt encroach upon theU rft. and pre-
my wr'... (July )-.there re that the interests of the institutios
on the cold concreteoThin matter in, of course, of no Per.
the veran o anbound to suffer,"adecision tos matinterest to e asf I have
Prince T o th which no reasonable exception e t gr Int th sort spa 51
dnstrict Hospital, ancould betakenbutnotea xeto lirindeltheeftorttO&
old skit Indian woM AR t hi e not mr lie left to me-
In a nelpleeIn oomon,. = As coniditns did1 notimproveas Te Interests of our hospitals are
-T aheipe COSl I"U qi, ' much a wbeentiiae d. m e
TIM hospital. I am% told, e m S w. tici atue oref paermount lon aanrces and f ar
Siden that the case St* he than? everZ2 pouredh2nwoutweigh wery flSor uonidertion
handled by the ease cSS& 0S 0 ataoss t in t 2 And so I have vetturd to ertticbe
huiandled b un Ay te MO. Cl sgsa ~in IM32by Ur.wat=In an=respects; to
humanity prevai upon any o 5 p. Staff SWd get _omethng ae d Cnesn. P A U"-Orfmorax) be a 5 system of hospital
this destutwe woman fw Indatta ISS^.^^ i SEnSA C n i f t dmmts for which the OGo.
relief? What LWo famr illn evc, rmn ln is responsible as no
this is truelI ~ Ih v f followed In support of their bI5m can be attached to the ofs-
Urou Town V .r voewe a Insistent clamour in the cers concerned.
PVrem&Pm. of the Colony for medical re- l therfore, -there cn
Priamc Town. form. I hope. therefore, there can be
fIn o IM Nk C In l. 1k ellen the Gy- uimental indignation. My only
Tunap i Trin WantTedw ow .rirChad olls. inprespone oncen isto we the attainment of
ThA 3i* W7 ~ t-- to uileoa l S appointed the peak crests of efficiency In
The conderation .e railway wth Dr. WiSegin as cha every branch of our Medical Ser-
authorttlA Is solicited to tdtl man, to coMider the general or- vice. The fact that the LAiasatlve
UV a.m. local e Prt-- aestion of the Medical Service. Council has with rare unanImity,
from st. Jose to -to The committee, animatd by a insisted upon an enqury into th
wit.animt~d y Aadministrationi of the Medical oew-
mgat the tot (thetirdentquirmynationwtoplacetourhiviceoft rth-
encountere daily by UmP010Of Healths services on the bagss de- ceite yeaui iad ry wethin re-
Ctirele and Tuna ble a. Id by modern practice, Issued et ye n 1 e s cl hartor of
aoprehensiv report in which e need of reform.
Pa~mxr t rut nh eoti h Goenet's de o motay o e hofe the
are atabout100 i. is suc there was Internal evide nce to co- It Is devoutly to be hoped the
to justify the exen s fo~ ~ irm the general belief that The e invetatnw e ft
are few and far bet 11m 1 m service was enUrely out of date. i proposed snv u will berrt-
enerally Aledto @acltyat t h.mmiw. Bm ua.p. bqatA. Tat mni howeverr,
IM11Zi~km ll dtii AAU. Am


Xa~g Ginumal3.M. Uc-. 5se A3SO.su^.,3frt.ofVaegvir
ha. ~SGUm'" a a = iemvr~re
the I=alia froa.

Changes In Medical Services

Advocated By Practitioner


endless, futile waiting at '4mbusepal
lower down.
Another advantage Is Uh oppor-
tus4 to early snopers to ea Me
Po-tof-paun tor Our.e aad
Tmepuna earOner thea Mthe 1
L L. GrrTKNM

Pt. Cumene Wants School
The Kamm. *T3~w ammadhow
There fa a p s o"ed Str a
school at FeintO-UM to hale
theso ml ch ondualatdan
prevent them km sm- arnlb
odro from bsr t,
a 0P. nm -sft .sk hs
avarames &ad Tstonm Bay 2BW
bavo foud abetter atPtt CO.-
mana. bt have so Isktutgo In
t00 immediate lVity to tesk
1: M the three RI.
72W "Oftentafy Id"oo at t.
FAM 'S Ba6y Is afgtly eMS than tvo
mtan d Tne Other -bed *



is mit
tviow frhi t rovew bmsftimu
Cblnr are am pseld to naow
W4 lamwen So mdou and ISeM
as ao exposed to tM daon fit
btaft which can endly be avoided
It a acbsel Is estoblMtd i tn
dimtrict.
Mr. Patridk, our DeM Ofta
udacaUtion is aow=Ltachwamaef
mssias Tbb to a -- -MIX
'toft for him to prve
(tervod I u dmoo

JVU -- ju"0* osmoi


The exhamstive survey of th 471
Sinta In tmhe report by a member ofj
M g La ature at a recent meeting
of the Council renders It spurrlu-
a for me to pure this matter
ant further. The rrns at
e th emmlttee wre on the whole
adumiaiaend far-reachtng b -1
wish to refer to two tinabl
gifts whIch U eomal brought
UL I
hit, the apooantmest of manu.I
factored" bompitel specialists As
no sbort cut to knowledge ats, I
do not quite se what miracle a
few monhs of "Intesive tning"
am perform.
I utm t that a special is one
who has applied mef to the
Stdy of a branch of medicine fr
years, and ha served In a well-
sedere d bosMttal affording ample
i ktuty of acquiring wide ex-
pe of his chosm subject.
A brief conae of intenivef-
Iaising can never be a suitable
m statute for the above "extenstIvI
SAmee of prepmratuon unes the
study and 0 ractle of the sletW
mbeet foow the intensive at
far a prolonged nobd. Ten-a-
eopied pr.ctr of e a t g g "StudI
leave' in the Colonial edei
service intended net toMAe
"nhroom- specIalists btt to
saintain the htcemesry stanaMdi nI
h servtles and prvnt m tagmaai
The second suggestion _wite
dwsocomand
- a ocers fo the h.
ThIs % neomendatoin bti d rect
onsrilt with the wise de a e
Ue J11 0em lw ate o f iNA .


appears to be accompanied by a
nag which, though not red. Is
sombre enough to remind oa of
the Oteis"Kaiends
Theacea gives by Government
for the deplorable eay inyt imple-

quiry is not eoviftni eqeeiy
ass a meer af the Oostil aseed
us thattepublc was GuINg the
intervenif pore pH~-A 'a
Cbe~ ~~pesfs w iiesb thta
e8er k a what
is more at the erippling prioe oI
Th demand made on the tax.
aer to open his puwae tor pty
pocket wi the pureUee noens
volens of a white leS t satasb
a sacrifice seems fPwtauc. if a
porxo o(ths lakw PAM of Oe
ha &ee geowd to UM, a=~
service of the Colony at the proper
tme. it wuld haveg l b=-
fAted the whole twminty as was
attended by themitbmSsof Owe
as I" ntI= ndmof te

t Ithat Isin. ei
the adabinistraW topesmw..
dofNW diemas ate of Esa
oportaxse Op the al abeal
pSEd Use wgLlaM. v' em 'v


Isp." the hey, besam -
-M ide *gm-'-. t j~
whather att^S iddmk
ot A u'*' dMwSckW
TM b IV W< 09w -* At


0 c, Vsksorr AN9c6 ; m- Oe ithe mae W C
miNio l ereaentoaat of to I. iSZ
thO ub of SlM r anuHth o= r W gS
f peT C Appat nt wOld be an pne tft
the huM ~teH eus sXubJect to tm pouing oa

adio dat for the lower naded pt hould he b sa
oof oeat th me at i m io Pbe g Plicaptklo. aa4"
fndJ* fnSd **n Oemtls' asS hw inU~ui- rM
dN ve a in _3 m
00* r -In" or r in


tta l~ ppn/tf ln nictnechtnic alld branch of th OoMl
CeArtU* for the .hlghwe rsdd post sthodd be ot ii
S of -ad aWt t6e tm of S bthe apilMM4g. o
ds ofe hemltr" education endbareo amt'eyteod Ire
en 6exae atlon. In dditin cu te
u) b"e bad train ng nid practical expeosta ce in i
sae allied profession or trade #A position 7 of rm
and control; or -
(b) helt d a position In a technical branch of the Oorv
vi oana sal ty seld e rieing to at miaxlimu of ota
$1,00 per anum.
Th duta of the lower graeded post include seerin tg
vance of a code of factory laws by ImpecUton of iiemalihw4
notng thehealth.saf ety and welfare of factory workers
and -ngingn ta local office in connection with the fan-
MU~be mvea records and Ales.
e duties of the higher graded pot consi4t of thea I
above and in addition acting asa deputy to the holder ;at a
Pot of Fatory inspector.
Applicattton should be made to the Colonial secretwa
prscribetd fot to reach the Secretariat not later than "
July. 1l4* r
K. L. DOS ANa
____t______ heon Acting Colonial sw
CONTROL BOARD NOTICE

SPORTS EQUIPMENT
A limited supply of equipment for the follovwlr Wmg Ir
abl In thea Unitaed Kingdom for allocation to t-s Cotony:
FootbaU Boxin
Netwa C
Hockey Athletics
In order that the Colony's essential requiremenis of tsw
009" My be -UKtalned, importers entitled to Import IM~
hereW r reuested to submit to the Secretary of the CosU
8M late' ha 1 jth10. 14, returns of their minimmamid
ffiVMtl I respect of each of the above-mentiomaal te3
2 etwi I 10 bcte 1 st September, 19W.
Importers Val be advued as to method of zreurm)u
aura and Indents should NOT be submitted for ceas~ling
itiUmtoas been glivn by the Control Board.
A wwftag t Isthued that supplies of the above equlpMnjM
be milee *3ablz to any Importer who does not. onorm to U
going enditionm


Ivan S. Minor
Acting Secretary, Cmntre


NOTICE


Re-Death a
work
ude.
Ltd, *


W-iy u~pKT ]
Sugar pe atu L d,
eurnedds tUM iSP
nd brusanr 1 re
SCompensation ti th i
ter having been dthe u
under Section f U
CompensationC Ornta e
pendants of the maid Wa)'
and (b> Sesaungal we
quired to appear befre
missaoner on arida tne
July 194, t 9M *
forenoon at tM o i
of-Spain, when the
shall proceed to de
tratlon thereof.
Proof of relationship
dents to the deceased
be required by the
to be furniwhed by
the enquiry. Such pe
the form of certUIcatsei
eand of marriatM as i
stances be necessary.
Dated ths Tth day o
L A.i
Deputy Registrar. Si.

Notice To J

IN TiE UEMB M3
TRINIDAD AND I

PUBLIC NOTI C
given that one of the 0I
Supreme Court will 8W
bers at the urt,
Fernando on MondA y
of July. 1M4 at S om
forenoon for the
Inr appUcatIons IV
emption fran serving W
the Sessions to be l
Fernando on Monday
of July, 1944.
And NoUce Is alse
such application
talned after the said
July. 1944.
A. V. N.


WARNING

S T use of a wireless receiving set attached to a
SproIMhiited In any part of the Coloy.
Offende rsare hereby warned that unlew such .etJ
Bued wlthot delay proceedinpa under Schedule pan n
Ly be Instituted against them.
The aOw "rOi on does not apply to the t1o
a t oven zsment business.

F. R. Suh
_. Wirsl-Ol


main ammw. mr.


- Goverment


Old Post Oice Buildinga,
7 St. viscen^ Street-
lit July, 154.


Vacant ?ost of Senior
Clerk in Office of
Comptroller For De-
velopment and Wel.-
fare in Barbados.

pllaUm aen lasted fo r m
"Af a61SOer cow latesee Of
a& CsMwGiOe tor DeTe uent
MW m Wa, ,I ain a'e. Ca.
IAwe Mu b "" ezwlee of
OE Owtbin naa of anaem-
W. A aary to toop,'pr
sam a hes"Uedto a saod-
doe wMM sta. eorwikee. The

-att ourt date of
of gof ede&Um empd
wtuh soon af Gthatls, shouab
be ediuiH to the Admtestrative
_uMMty to the Cm. Brw. the
Ms!. ,Marise Gardint= D-
bee.A p -& p sdould be
-tmad wlt' SYry jpec ten.
AD .app*e*tlsms should be .for.
SWaM to liMo 9"> *c) the Corn-
nies eee mb 'of t la.t I
J is "N4.


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der wartime exigenlcies e
asttle from the Pope's Castel
o are now stabled only a
feet from w ais Vrbaps the
rid'es flnet ro tion.


ritish Envoy
or Consultations
LONDONW, July (AP)-Mr.
thony den, refnti Secretary,
Mr. Ivor Thomas Labourite,
the House of Commons that the
taeh Ambassador to Argentina
returning to Britain Immedi-
Sfor consultations.
Eden said, "Before be goes
I shall take the opportunity
review with ht ain aspects of
Mto0s with Argenttina with par-
ulr reference to their bearing
the war. Until have com-
this review. I prefer to
s o further statement."


7 To Stand Trial

it South Assizes
Sa Femando criminal sessions
Sthe a ume Court open at the
b nem Monday, July 10,
isa $etot of 17 cam or bearing
the calendar.
Malcolm ampbell, Ruby McLean,
S anwanny and Mathura,
Myah and RaJpaul, ac-
of murder, are due to appear
the court next Wednesday,
0n9111Y, rday. and on Monday
y 4. reaspectvely.
cae include one each for
and housmbeesklng and
ny mad other general offences.
Doctor summoned to attend are:
r. W. Cinasngh. Dr. J. R. Mac-
ougal, Dr. T. F. Carter, Dr. J.
erre, Dr. Meljas, Dr. P. Villain,
r. F. Mhaabir and Dr. R. Austin.


SourtWarnsAgainst

tent Law Abuse
Warning thAt .tenanta were not
tUtd to take advantage A ts
Pl askiction Ordinance n4
ik themselves nuisances to the
comfort of landlords was Issued
S monour IL w. W. BlUkall, the
ie Justice, In the Court of Ap-
al yeftetr4. when he reversed
vision of Mr. A. H. Masson, Mag-
Irate of St. George West, W.
led to eject Vernon Canterbury
o premises owned by Van Dyer
a Aberormby Street after evi-
bce had been led to show that
Swas a cause of annoyance to his
ndlord.
The Court's order yesterday was
at Canterbury quit and deliver
Mssesion in three months.
Mr. H. 0. B. Wooding, appearing
I Canterbury's behalf, asked the
ourt to view whatever acts it was
ilng alleged were committed by
anterbury as retaliation on his
rt on occasions when he was
ovoked by the landlord himself,
tinttifg further that if tenants
Mld be held nuisances when they
buked unruly landlords, a new
chnique would be adopted by
useowners when they wanted to
t rid of tenants, as they would
rely provoke them and bake them
Court to have them ejected then
ey retaliated.
The Chief Justice giving his de-
lion pointed out, that according
Lord Justice Goddard in a re-
nt case, Rent Restriction Acts
sre for the protection of tenants,
d not for the penalising of land-
rds and that it seemed to him
at tenants, merely because there
u a Rent .estriction Ordinance
force, thought that they were
titled to take advantage of it
d make themselves nuisances.


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Flying Bomb

Questions

In Parliament

(s.!, s' . "

ated In Moscow and was eCtaede
on Mosow radlo, hav you c.
sidered whether ly hav ay t --
formation In support of this el-
lgation? Would you consider do-
ing that"
MR. EDEN: No. sir, I have ot
done that: I have not approached
the Soviet Government. I am ab-
soptely convinced we know more
about this than the BSoviet Gov-
ernment.
INQUIRY URGED
ANOTI MEMBER: Would you
not inquire of the Soviet Govern-
ment, not only from the point o
view of information but from the
pnt of view of courtesy-as this
imrtant declaration eama .Tom
Moscow, do you not aree it would
be desirable to ask the Russian
Government where they got their
information.
MR. DEN: "I do not think any
point of courtesy arise. This
statement was put out by Moscow
Radio, I was asked what our in-
formation Is. I have given our
answer.
Mr. D. N, Pritt asked: "Would
you not consider this: You are
asked to get Information and the
story comes from an ally of some
importance and the only person
you do not aak Is that ally who
might know something. Would you
also remember you were very firm
about your knowledge of Spain
when you told us there were no
Italian troops In Spun?"
MR. EDEN: I am perfectly wll-
Ing to put my record In the Span-
ish business side by aside with Mr.
Pritt's at any time and at any
place. (Cheers.) .
MR.. PRIT: accept the ohal-
lenge.
MR. 3DVOf And Ta equally
ready to put my 1940. record side
by side with Mr. Pritt's.
"As rerad the statement I
made, I have not the eat doubt
in view of the very friendly rela-
tions that exist between tUe Soviet
Government and ourselves that If
hey tah ~ mportam to the
statement on the radio they will
gladly tell us about It."
[Peauter states that Mr.
Eden's denial has now beea
followed by a note issued Ia
Madrid itself. The Spanish
ote declares that no parts for
lying bombs or my simil,
weapons were made in Spain
for belligerents, and adds it Is
obvious that such secret wea-
pons cannot be manufactured
wholly or partly In a foreign
country. It is s e obvious that
adequate factories for this pur-
pose do not exist in Spain.]

T.G.R. Aiandons

Half-MonthPay Plan
Authoritie of the Trinidad Oov-
ernent Railway bove decided to
drop their plan to pay rallwaymen
half-monthly, which was to come
into effect from yesterday, and to
continue paying fortnightly.
This followed a conference be-
tween ralwaysmen and Mr. 0. J.
Buckley, Chief Maintenance B2-
gineer.
It Is also understood that the
men have protested to the Railway
Advisory Board over the recent
appointment of Mr. A. Reinbech as
work expediter in the railway work-
ahop. They clm that 4bs Is un-
Pecessar already there Is
a workshop foremian, an asdeitant
wI kp foreman. a sub-foreman
nd about cbarCemen perform-
g th* ti v eexpediter
would have to crrP out
The men have al forwarde4id a
similar protest to te acting Oen-
eral Manager to be forwarded to
the Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
tary.

Medical Adviser
To Visit Antigua
Sir Rupert Briercliffe, Medical
Adviser to Sir Prank Stockdale,
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare An the West Indles, who
arrived here on Sunday for con-
ferences, leaves this morning for
Antigua where he will remain a
short time before proceeding to
Barbados. \


Haze Over Jamaica
Triniad Guardian Correspondent.
KINGSTON. July .--Unusual
phenomenon of heavy grey hae is
reported island-wide here as well
as In other parts of the Carib-
bean. Accompanled by extreme
heat, the base so thick that the
sun Is sometime Indlstingushable
from the moon, particularly in the
late afternoon The theory tI that
the has is caused by volcanic
dust descending from the upper
atmosphere where It was dispersed
on the eruption of Zina a Sicly
laa9 year, or from Parleutin, a new
volano which appeared In Mexico
last year.

Settlement Inmates

Given Variety Show
The piano recently ,urohiaed bY
Mr. George MoDcoa Chambers
for the inmates of the leproearium
which was obtained by public sub-
scriptions, was used for the first
time on Sunday when the Inmates
were treated to a variety entertain-
ment by a group of artistes includ-
ing K MiAMoses, Miss W. David-
son, Mr. W. Forde, Mr. W. nm-
manuel, Mr. 0. Dl .and Mr: ,L.
Woodhey.
very item presented met with
applwuseof tam audisafe which
was very large mand very pprela-
tive.
A request w made to Mr. Chain-
benrs that he bring down some
osalypeonlans which he promised to
do. Dr. F. I PaFtrick who acted
as chairman, thanked Mr. Cham-
hers and his party for the treat
given to the inmateS.

Dance Hall Attack

Lands Man In Jail
Tru ada Guardlan Cor. spendent.
SAN EMRNANDO, July 4.-De-
claring that the crime of beating
policemeoa is on the iAcrease and
that it s a matter that cannot be
overlooked, Mr. F. 3. Camacho, in
the Magistrate's Court here today
sentenced Harry Chan, who was
found guilty of an offence of that
nature, to I months' imprisonment
with hard labour.
Chan was als eonvlcted of dis-
orderly behaviour and given an-
other month.
Coentable Brooks, victim of the
assault, told Mr. Camacho how at
a dance-hall a Drayton Street one
night, he was called by the pro-
moter of tha'dape to the door
where Chan had been msbehaving
because he was refused entry, and
as he spoke to him Chan gave him
a butt, cuffed hims ad threw him
on the ground
When asked if he wanted to give
evidence Chaa replied that having
heard the ease agaast him he
would Say "!o!!!.

Air Adviser Due

Here In September
THOM"Uad Guari Cem-pdeit.
KUNGSTON. July &-Mr. I. H.
o. mils. Adviser on Air Transport
to the Secretary of State for the
O niAw Jamaica, plans to
=tr aL kS tept r. Mr.
A muiiL. FTuoprit.
amer CExport Oredit& uarantoe
Department, British Bam"d of
Its"e is bhere011 a SPecialisehin
to the Caribea mUd C0n12aMand
800h Amorlosao eftaftfreared-
lot Post-war pamu

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Wirst rnic fros UndergiMIU
sournee tSo that at least s

frtomnal Council
weO Id"e wd L abured by the
WlAs 49 0 "0utions "hi the ex-
LOaNO J damaged possibly
ofbl"d d a set on fare
several otur ships In the har-
bour. rThe Free DN" ahis = e
Agency said damage wa eatmtead
at close to $2,0(3.16.
Cause of the explosion Is be-
lieved to be of an accidental
nature.


National Council

Of Labour Upheld
LONDO,. July =(A)-Twelve
rhmber with Paaenerlt today
o e an public letter praising the
National Council of Labour's at-
tack of June 2 on Mr. Church-
I l Prime Minister, for his state-
menta on Speain. The letter said
the National Council of Labour's
"Categorical rejection of any rap-
prochement with General Franco
or any other form of Spanish Fascism
and instence on the rights of the
Spanish people to a place in the
democratic world which Republican
Spain was the first nation to de-
fend, will bring new faith and con-
fidence to countless millions in
Britain and Spain and the occu-
pied countries of Europe."


Volcanic Dust Puts


Marine Square
Tennis Results
3L ForJonel amd L. De Vaux
won their men's singles matches
yesterday afternoon in the Marine
Square Tennis Club tourney, while
A. Davenport moved to the quar-
ter-finals with a default victory.
The results follow:--
OPEN SINGLES
A. Davenport won from A. Far-
fan by default.
T. De Vaux won from K. An-
thony, 6-1. 6--1.
E. Forjonel won from T. Schjol-
seth, 6-4, 6-2.
FIXTURES FOR TOMORROW
Open Singles-Quarter Finals: -
C. Thavenot plays N. Nothnagel
and W. Somerville plays A.
Davenport.

Belmont Intermediate
Sports At Oval Today
Queen's Park Oval will be the
venue of the Belmont Boys' Inter-
'mediate R.C. School sports meet-
inr to be staged this afternoon.
The Providence Intermediate
Girls' School has accepted an Invi-
tation to take part in this meeting,
and six events have been carded
ft the programme for the girls,
which Include both cycling and flat
faces.
A challenge cun has been donat-
ed by the Old Boys for the girls
Inter-House bean bag race, and
the boys will each try to eclipse
the other for the "Victor Ludor-
um" which is kept for one year by
the school champion.
PING PONG TONIGHT
A triangular table tennis series
will be played tonight at the In-
dian Recreation Club, 76 Pembroke
Street, with Fleet Air Arm, Hurri-
canes and the homesters contest-
ing honours.


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Of the -w st -
.MMA Anmdg Julhy 4 'The southern AMateur Football As-'
-a*li ti 161 beta W* SOCOW aeR- on Saturday, July 1,
WIM m6ai da ihe1 wnoern, opposing Lanes, the Rsbaut
Cu bedOr. t wak 4md t #the AssociLat"o first council meet-
lig hIo wteu Town on7 y no e o last n11 ht.
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-Races Today


ate follaew hoomP'. Vere 16 anemals listed to c pete ftJ
nn te fataor the t.he.', Heav -,-u,.uep .-- psle
J rotbal rz -v .* .*, , mc,
AnU-ArU Battery as the- two Six events will be run of this at-
INA e., r. clu a bav not i ternoon, the third day of the T.T.C
taken entry., summer races on the Queen's uParn
Sbylock was the only one of the Savannah.I
new clubs applyingfor entry that The first race will be an "I" class
was rejected. event over five furlongs and will
Tt following committee mene 16 animals listed to compete for
appointed for the S.A.P.L. 194 honours. the problem of spotting i
football season:- winner will be difficult.
Referee's Committee:-Mr. Z. Prima Donna will be taxed wit]
Marache, Mr. V. Noael and Mr. 1421bs. in a r ve-furlong for thi
L. Jaggernauth. ''h" and experts believe Jh pound
Emergency Committee: Mr. X. age will stop ner winning streak.
A. Durity, Mr. H. McDavit l and Three-year-old Jetsam will maki
Mr I. Bissessar. an attempt to score his first wli
Selection Committee: Mr. K. A. among the "C" class horses with
Durlty. Mr. H. McDavid, Mr. V. 1251bs. Sam Lord, another creole
Noel, Mr M. Marache and Mr. L. will carry top-weight rf 1331b.
Jagmath. Champion miler. High Hat, will
Represent ives on TAte A. be favourite for the "D" class mil
Council:-Mr. E Durity. Council- and 130 yards, while War Lord wil
lor E. C. Crawford and Council- be difficult to beat in the "F" class
lor V. Ramseran. Woodbrook, Hindicap over six fur
Fixtures Committee:--Mr. V. longs, but there are 25 entries, &c
Noel and Mr. H. McDavid. it Is still an open guess for punter
Assistant Secretaries: Mr. 0. Feature race will be the "A" class
Hassanall. Mr. J. George and Mr. mile where the popular Ru Taffar
John AlleY. Will start as favourite, and light
Disciplinary Committee:-Mr. weight Pippin will be given mor
Z. A. Durity, Mr. V. A. Wool. than an outside chance.
Councillor V. C. Ramseran. Mr. I. FAi"s still think that Portora ha
Bissessar and Mr X. Marache. a crince should he get off an
Om OGleneagle will also be well backed.
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LaudsSpeeches

Of Mr. Gomes
Described as being a mirror of
contemporary history indicating
the realism prevalent amce lead-
Ing West Indian politicIans, and
as pereoal revelation of the au-
thor himself, the recently-published
booklet, "Selected Speeches of Al-
bert Gom,' is accorded hi h t-
bute by a columnist in recent
Otezada "West Indian."
Remarking on the doceumantery
mlue of the booklet, Mr. 8. H.
amn, the columnist, estate in
part.
"Prom these speeches a &1ter
age will learn that at this period
ot West Indian history, there still
existed the struggle for the suf-
fre; that the native still had
far too little voice 'ir the adminis-
tration of his own affairs;' that
the rights of the labourer were
little protected; that, however, even
In t insistence of retaining the
calypso and carnival, in publishing
the works of West Indians,m and in
demanding equal opportunities for
themUelves in all avenues of em-
pleimet, a nationalist sentiment
was gradually awakening."
Concluding, he expressed the view
that nowhere were popular aspira-
tions more sincerely defended, and
he added, "throughout the speeches
there is the consistent champion-
Ship of the poor and the unfortu-
nate. 'The speeches are a welcome
addition to any collection of West
Indian authorship."
IUGBY CLUB TO MEET
The annual general meeting of
the Caribbean Rugby Football Club
will be held at No, '7 Rust Street,
tomorrow at a p.m.
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Ffida ^Says Court Delay

ramps City Health Drive


CpiloW that delay in adjuseafg -ae maa tardy eOnvilw
gNita for &weste, landlts* aiW4 it l euit tn gt evi st tpi
btu -dM carried out In the imy was emy i vu tas Trial.
Our4Iasw by a Cmty Oouesmal
it *Wre noblee" sai he. "to-

Ow myno" -wit. Appal Court
Baveyeasy maattera it-r -- '"
"ulprIts were ag o Pero pA sA lt
BBoimensurate with the' sead..K WOn't~l
es of the ovenos they would
as adeterent to"se owim.- Wy rlice Case
f e Ow-es.----
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hv ythe lam annual
S y the PublM health
haOFLocal aitary Au-
fa d to do all In Its power' ,
m U. e neeeary re
have been made, bea
k~y and in writing k ; e
ng and Housing oo*1iad-c.
ten representation W have bed
t to Government ad repe.
ms by delegation :ave atally
Made to the Oovernor and the
nial Secretary on the matter. If
City' Oounell had the neaeeNry
s house would have been ptilt
ong ago, but the great tou
m always, limitation of funds."
rDICAPS
th regard to the resftaurant
Ted to. he said there an0a were
great difficulties to bs ir-
ited. Unlike the city of BIrmlng-
referred to by Mr. McKenled-
nia, the population Ia tn t
Iular area was eutrem ly e a-
ltan and certainly not of the
stand of education In
h matters aa the uniform
of Birmingham. The by-law
had only recently o0me Into
were being applied, Wt, the
mity of aster apply wo eA real
because pipes were ihut-off
from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
mistence is made," he con.
td, "on runnm ? water, ed if
ti. pots, and pans are properly
ed with soap and in rumming
r there can be no great daofer
ubilc health. In the cas of
Ie who are not willing to co-
ate with the Public Health De
neat it is no Un g
parlour to be good a
itlon today and next seek for
the by-lawsn to be utterly
red.
Spite of these handicaps," he
luded, "it is not true to say that
ase is so rampant' in the city.
r. McKensie.Mavlnga were to
at th Publiu c eaH Depart.
; he would certainly be given all
[actsW."

itgistrate Orders


A imislng three Olles-
a on accusations that they
hiM m inm the ells was yes-
I d elhunged by eMboolsV in
Indian yo"th, before the Ap-
iPeal Court emp g His m me
& W. 3. 3BIlMkall the sO f Jus-
tIec, and Mr. JusUtee J. L. IL. Peres.
Argument from s et side were
heard and declMom reserved.
aboolal, whose appe was pr Fe-
Bted by Mr. Maleol Butt, is
cntonding that the magistrate
accepted the evidence of his dotor
that there were blows about his
body, Vad e Is tat with the oMI.
into he ma4, bu t omlu,' the
Intlmating that the doctor's
ime did not preclude the pos-
lty of the blows being inflicted
previous to his arrest.
SeBUeat Pierre, Corpo"al Dailey
and Constable Parker a a the three
vimo Baboolat alleges beat him while
he was in the cells at the St. Jo-
eph Police Station.
Mr. Malcolm Butt, lawyer fo
Babooil, .xpresed the view t
when persons in authority war
caught abusing their power they
should be deat with as anybody
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Mr. A. C. Rienaxi, Second Crown
Iouhsel, replying on behalf o: the
policemen, submitted that the doc-
to's evidence di not exclude the
poMSlulty of the blows being I-
AItad before Baboola waS arrested
and the magistrate, taking into con.
slderaton the demsanour of Ba-
Mi ad his witness, had pre-
ferrd to accept the evidence of
the policemen.


Farmers' Hardship
Query Refuted
View that some fanmmer were ex-
Periencilng great hardship at the
fmtof of certain sugar estate own-
ers .habo were closing their scales
Sa. mains of pressin. farmers
Into c uani and cutting the own-
er canes, was refuted by Govern-
mUnt Iat rep to question n th
subject table by th ew nAible G. A.
F ,attck, at f recent mc-tiag at
the Legislative C CouiL
Mr. Y"airi*k Lhad klk ,


kn*1 FirfpllirA ."u overat, awar ta cer.
mnd Forfeiture tan tats are osng
airing that anyone who stood pesesu to bar ftrnmer to U.
would In future have to fo"' r stIthe estat owners Mbyartin
the entire sam of tlo bond and utting h=e r Sonee
e person for whom 'it was ean t hto er
did not appear in Ooui% .spto ",u
W. J. Andre, prodding sIn w ew
Police Coum,, Ordered -tr wi theGo=rmewsI ge the m ,
e who stood WI In $100 for suraine of th.en tgor othe a
to forfeitt056 or sWrve two tamnaesof the IUwieoen eonm g
he, when he failed to appear t nmu ., fsos tle .rb t dayP W
wer an accusation of theft ..a th&A day
dY. appo ,=t amrtnuland
a for leniency by Mr. Llewel- WW" 1triehnspetomr u
Rbert s saved her from having INO r" W"0a peratiot fthus
Sthe whole $100,o h Onvgnment pd :
__________________Ovrnmentreld
S."No. On one estate the scal
nnn ll~vA Anc wnwclosed oat a number of occa
lony Devotions -s
ll~n UCOU~S sonsfor a limited period, but hey.
Sunday einment is satisfied, as a result of
r uNav unday tgtons, that the rona for
IAw suc ton were justled, and that
allowing request Of BHi Ma- no unfl pressure was brought to
'a Government arrangements bew ob On 10M" as sutested li
been made by His Grace the the honble member's question."
Rev. Dr. A. H. AMtey. Areh- ___
p of the West Inie., for ----
can churches throughout this ., e
ny to observe Sunday as a ofBible SociCt
of thankful rememrance of
work of the Rtoyal ando~r-
aiesther Secretary In B.G.
Excellency the NoWlale A. S. '
ht, Acting overnor, is to at. 7Utr
eCial devotions of tha oftbe British and Phesgn 51)5.
10id community In the airved in 0 Georgetown -
Wdral of the Immac1.ulat* con- for pbi. meeting to be
n at 7.30 o'clock in the e *e- AMthe accrdn to a
when H's Grace the Moest beteadhatyesterday.Meis_
IDr FInbar IRyan, AfchbIshopto attend a bfg Public m
wloflr-Ssdinea oro W hichHie
0. (the Governor wl provide.


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In Fiees

Me@ totalling mM m were
!Y Impo s B eed ars to
gult of Q epstig goods oer I
withotaf S u hanes oa faltg
have pr a attached to go
andcausn, an obstru0t0on.
a was fined $10 on
accusations of not -having p
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Nmelda James wa fined $10
each of. two accusations of
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robed ars for not having
*Tomp Su fta fwed 2s
each of three acusatinsla of
having price ptags attached
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cst r otto ."
The churmes were laid by Lan
corporal n iKe.
Caught by Special Police CI
Ku Pat with two pieces of pa;
containing whe-eh marks inl
phfcfam", "JIllh We% i
cloricted sad Lned ali tr
day.
Weeks pleaded guilty and t
the maxsrate through Mr. LU
ellys Roberts, his solicitor, that
suffered from diabetes and i
unable to work.
Who whe playing oIs a v
serious matter,' Mr. Andre t
Weelps. "You are liable to a f
of 240. I do not like to Imp
a heavy fte upon a man who
in bad health, but that is no
cuse for you.'
Taking Into consideration tb
they were elebrating July 4, it
Andre ordered Manuel Kea ic
Gordon Kien. two American as
ors, to pay $6 each for havi
rum in their possession on Kit
SWharf, a protected area.
William Dyson and Alva Broi
who, while under the influence
liquor, assaulted Leopold Yeates
St. Vincent Street, were ordered
pay $20 fine and compensation
28 days and $5 or 14 days respe
tlively.
Dyon, who struck Y eate. a
cut him with a piece of stick
his head, pleaded guilty but ti
the magistrate he did not kn
what he was doing.


Tobago Estate
Sold For $52,800
Courland btate, one of C
largest i Tobago, was sold recent
by. Courlad states, LtdL, to M
Francft Augustus eoott, of So
borougl, and Mr. Lawrence Ak
of. Port-of-Spain. the --Trnnid
Guardian" understands.
The estate comprises 724 acr
the greater pa ol which Is a C
wit reservation and out t
sked 'if there were any pil
to use the estate, Mr. Akow to
the "Trinidad Guardian' th
there are none yet.
RESOLUTION PLANNED
A resohlutio asking overnme
to taks steps to have rules or amen
Gi 20e1 of friendly societies. M
for oonsidgsatln o thC e Registe
of ft=a~ flBstieste dealt wU
more Um*ia l and returned
the ronwpte societies. isam on
mOetal resolutiosM to be moved
fht meeting of the Union
Mendly Societies of Tinidad a#
Tobago on Sunday morning, Ju

tRUST NADE
isiuduJ d Correspenden
ST. Joei, July 7.-Police hc
reeterday made an arrest In coi
section with the $11 robber re
ported earlier by Dibakee, of Cu
Meye. C


Education May So091
B. Cosnpulstory
A eWip of 10 committee,



,uthis,nmdcated In
L eedd oS0u reply, s thate
tho Xdatdp .mlear have fet-

t be itredped Fth aut to
It- the 00. .y education, Or.
ornanefia t to.their

Ob.
en. C eaO, *I hs ndctd




to iv lll ervlce


HonusToStand
S oV ment is not aware o f B to any
Cidrcumnstance which would justify
-t r. cot1 t ad Saeretair
State fo r d I that S = -Z"Mr the'
I, q in ofd ri ebaonus for Civill
1" thbe le itrdicted tfyrthehouivth




is Coflty adisclopsed In answer to
io a tehke Aspusory edition inte r ptto




bw- getodione vt in the Legislature by
nZ e In t Geor goePItGe trick.
SMr. me pmratrick had sedo: "Will
IaM Governent consider Incremasng the
21 war bonus paid Civil S servcantsalon
e the lines Indicated by the Civi
4ld Service Association In their petition
1w- to Governs ent in the year 1943?w "
he in the raply Government44 re-'
FAA suined Mr. Fitzpatrick referrdto
the Civil Service Association's peti-
tery Lion to the Secretary of State or)
old the subject In 1943 to which the
ne Secretary of State had stated that
"e he was not prepared to Intervene.

ePlans Drawn Up
SFor Kingstown Jetty

knd
01 Survey work in connection with
Ing the construction of a jetty In
g'8 Kingstown, St. Vincent, has been
completed ond already plans for its
construction are being drawn p
wn, by Mr. Sa. H. R. Beard, Harbotur
of l~ngineer, the "Trinidad Guardian"
on learned yesterday.
to Mr. Beard returned to the Col-
or or, from St. Vincent after a series
ec. of discussions withI Pi Exceillency
the Governor and the Treasurer of
hnd that lsaied.
on Decision to construct the Jetty
old was made because of the difculty
ow now experienced in loading and
discharging cargo at that port, Mr.
Beard told the Guardian.--
Loadin and discbarging carol
there is being done by row boats,
he stated.

More Water For
c Dietgo Martin Area

at. Diego Martin, Four Roads and
,w Petit Vo.lley Road, will have an
la adequate water supply before the
end of this .-ionth, Major J. 0.
es, Rniddel told the "Trinidad Guar-I
o- lian" yesterday.
to It is estimated that these dis-
tricts will receiveoat least 300,000
o o falleons per day.
old The water will be pumped from
nat wells at Carenage and Point Cu-
maum at which place a reservoir
has been constructed on the :iigh-
land Estate.
dMchrgn cag tta ot r
he taed







nut
More PayPlea For

t Registrars Refused
of
at Government does not consider
of rise In the cost of living justifies
nd v Increase in fees paid to regis-
ly traed of births and deaths.
Disclosing this official reply to
question by the Hon'ble Roy Josepi
adds that scale of fees for each re-
i. gitrar is 60 cents for each of the
faltrt 10 entries in a year and 24
n. cents for every subsequent entry.
e- Further. states the reply: "Re-.
u. gistrars re permitted to engage In
other forms of employmer.t pro-
vided they take steps ensure
. reasonable service to the public."


SouthMenLose

Death Sentence

Appeal

Appeals en points of law by the
four snte to death to the
Tabkend murder case.were di-
lmed and leav to appeaIl on
questons of fart was refetn a
wondered judgment handed down
by the Court o Appeal yeerday.
The nsuccesfuI fou are Ram-
lmm Sumar, eeobmn =umar. Ram-
bean't Sumar and FItzle Green.
Idge, who, it was all-ged. mur.
ered their follow villager. Ram.
barrack, and then cremated him in
a coal-pit.
lPut forward as the main ground
of appeal was alleged mIsdlrecttm
by Mr. Justice F. M. Boland. te
trial Judge.
The Appeal Court, comprrtsn
His Honour H. W. B. Backall.
the Chief Justice; Mr. Justie K.
Vincent Brown, and Mr. Justic?
eric Hallinan. found that eertain
observations of the trial Judge
amounted to misdirection on facts
rved. but they were of the opIn-
on that the particular mis-state-
ment in the summing-up could not
reasonably be considered to havr
brought about the verdict.
They added: "We have come to
the conclusion, after careful con-
sideration, that on the whole of the
facts and with a correct direction
on this point the jury, would have

Brothers Jailed

For Manslaughtee
Getting the Crown yesterday
to accept their plea of guilty ol
manslaughter on an indictment
accusing them of murdering theli
brother-in-law, Mahadeo Sankar,
22, and Sahadeo Sankar, 19. bro-
thers, of Barataria, were sent to
Jail for lb years each by Mr. Jus-
tice Eric Hallinan In the Second
Assize Court.
Seeram Lalla was named victim
of what was described by the
Clown as a vicious attack made
upon his one day last February, in
which he suffered six broken ribs,
a ruptured spleen and Isveral abra.
seons. The incident, in which a
fork and a stick were alleged to
have been used as weapons, was
stated to be the result of a quarrel
between the parties following a rum
spree with Mahadeo Sankar and
the dead man as participants.
FIRE BRIGADE OFFICER
The Acting Commissioner of
Police, with the approval of His
Exoellency the Governor, has ap-
pointed Mr. E. C. P. Glalaher, As-
sistant Superintendent of Police, to
be Assistant Superintendent, Nlre
Brigade (Port-of-Spain) with effect
frcn June 1, in place of Mr. R. 0.
N. Drury, Assistant Superintendent
of Police.


fwr y
It- fill yewr

MUIR MARSHALL
& Co.



Heart Tubll

CausedbyHigh

Blood Pressure
If Wo have painm around the heart
faUt'46a', dl 7ln. kedahe attow%
shrness of he md nho o epSfe
shasta. ef breath. fee nervy, or aft-
fTr from p -le les of memory u
* s WOry md fuar.
ou trouble Is probably canued hy
H Blood PressNure. Thnil. Is a dimses
that causes more deaths than eem.f
because the symptnmin are 0 common
and ausally mistaken for anne mImp
iIlliut. If you *ufor from any of iheme
*ymptoms. you hold Itart tretmnt
ar onee. The very first dofe of Hynox. a
new medical dilwovery, tends to reduce
High Blood Preure and make you
feel vests younger In a few dary. Get
Hynex from your chemist toay. It Is
guaranted to make You *fe we and
strong or money back on return of
empty package.


Now Petal-Finish
| ...exq~ilsit, roigmlg
Have you longed f ace.pA-' a
dear med soft and m 4 i asm amo
petal? Then turn iTumge Poame
PFinish Ipstic, Roup ead Pla
Powder. Columnm=Cois tndmnu
smoodtnme duat youl oa h fad ki
Tang PTrrAL-F.I comsme&i&s A
remarkable new texture dut brusg
you that perfect grooming


TANGEEUR

TANGQElUI&.


YOUR FAMILY

FROMCW44Y
Build up extra resistance to eold-use
Robert's Syrupi This e oothing medicine
effectively relieve coughs ad colds and
hel= 0 to ive last protection. Ask your dealer for
Robert's Syrup of the extract of Cod Liver and Tar-its
fine medicinal properties are a scientific safeguard against
coughs, colds and bronchitis.
OINMROP A LYMAN CO. UIMmID TORONTO, CANADA
MAMeof Pw a" A0600 RIO


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ou madearternly siva -
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NMar alfAMAN CO. UMiTIL
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SHOES


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THE REWARDS
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..part from the comfort and
greater enjoyment of life that a
good set of teeth and a healthy t [
mouth give, there is no doubt
that mouth health contributes
to general health.
It is a very eay and simple hing to preserv mouth health.
Vive minute twice a day rinse the mouth with DIOXOOZN,
then brus the teeth thoroughly to remove bed ptIclem tO
reward will be firm. healthy gums, pleasant breath and defa
white teeth.

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BOYRIL
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY









Just a touch of Bovril makes a wonderful improvement
to the flavour of your dishes and enriches their good-
nems. War-time diffculties are making Bovril scarce at
present, so remember that k is b highly concentrated
and use it with scnUpulous economy. This will help you
over any period when ydba may not be able to set it.


NEW

WELL MADE

FURNITURE


On Instructions from
SENIOR BRITISH NAVAL
OFFICER. Trinidad
WE OFFER FOR BALE
ILM.S. REDCAPP"
UUft. to&ng a 2A.t. beea z
14fft. et&.
(Formerly deep sea steam
Trawler)
Gross tonnage about 281 tons.
Net tonnane 192 tons.
Steel hull.
Scotch type Boiler. 1801SOlba.
W.P.
Main Engines, triple excanslon
62 N.HBP.
Holds, at present divided L-P
for carrying fish, capacity
about 150 tons
Bunkers. Capacity about 12
tons coal.
This vessel was built and
engined in the U.A. in 1910
anti was reconditioned In 1942
ant has sines been used In the
Gulf of Paris as a mine-
-weener.
Perision to Inspect saei
mav be obtained from Geo. P.
iuirins d Co.. Ltd. to whom
offers to purchase are to be
addressed
"Tenders will be received up
to the 7th day of July. 1944."


Reduced Prices


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