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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
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily
regular

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

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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
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00704

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eGaulle


ads Talks

French Leader Says
Conversed Frankly
With Roosevelt
aUINGTON, July 10 (AP).-
t Charles Ie Gaulle told a
i ioeference todwy that, "I
'va' broad and frank conver-
wttth President ooswelt,"
h that he wa taking away
:Te the "best possible Impreas-
ftfom his stay here. Hq said
1&lned to the President, as
amI could how France was
ually emerging from her tem-
i mlsfsortune and Intends to
Id to with her Allies at her
tiiTfu place, first In the war and
a in the life of the world at
rGaulle said that Mr. Roose.-
a poke to him of American re.-
bilities for the peage, "with
breath of view and a kowledge
problems and an idealism which
jcularly Impressed me." .
sGaulle received reporter. just
ere flvin to New York.
Gaaulle'I statement and re-
rki were made up of several
ato:
me: De Gaulle said that France
P no ambition to annex territo-
Seither in Europe or in colonial
Ls.ut "for reasons of inter-
i6nM security and in the inter-
of French security, certain
tlcal measures may be neees-
V with respect to territories
ire the flag of the French Army
Y well have to fly."
I agreed that he referred to
SFrench occupation of the
land, and said it might have
se~er many years.
(wO. For proper civil adminls-
French territories were now
IIberated and that an agree-
sneeded amonw the Uni-
Britain and the French
i Committee.
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PT-OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD, &W.I. TUESDAY, JULY


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French Get ck Cherbours ,azi Counter Britl'sh Approac River Orna
-llK~i i^,,,i ,,,. iitii sn pproacn- ilver u~rnlv


Halts Allies Outfanking Driv

--Germans Use Heavn ew tlankl ng r.lve
Artillery All Along: n I ii" r
Italian Front AAiithuud-1t I'ntOa rlim11" isnA '


MaJor-General J. Lawton Coeini, of the U.S. Seventh Corps, turns
over the admlnistratlon the prise Norman port of Cherbourg,
Franee, to M. Paul Reynold, the French Mayor. in a ceremony at
the Cherbourg Town Hall marking the fulfilment of the liberation
of that city. Note American, 3ritish and French flags flying from
balcony.- (AP Photo.)


Japs Cease

Resistance

At Ukhrul
SKANDY, CEYLON, July 10 (Reu-
ter)-Fourteenth Army troops on
the Burma-Assam front have broken
up all organised Japanese resist-
ance In the enemy's former supply
base and communications centre
o, Ukhrul. The Japanese are still
Vin,' *, L1.jth*h :Uj. f.A.- -,.-


Two Collaborators
Reported Killed
NEW YORK, July 10 (AP)
-Berlin radio said Edourd De
Orelle, orothei 01 the Beigian
Fascist leader Leon De Grelle
was assassinated by "hired
murderers of the British
Secret Service." Paris radio
said "terrorists" assassinated
George Barthelemy, ex-French
Deputy and Mayor of Put-
teaux this mor..ing.


0 oauule Said that the atmos. w'.^S TOO DIO-X Me tracsa to the .-*
0 of friendliness and under- .olthebt of the village and the OA f ,,
achieved by the President South t Asia communique said:
IfA^ Chi;'^ tnmese OUpen
ayl m~ lead to the agi ee-i...ppositon around Ukhrul is Crum- f1;
A i. y e 10 e te .ith'IsOlated dispersals and E V
ree *The general is expected destruction of the rearguards left lI fI I I lv
te:Tegnrlisepce ln it--solted dispersals and, a~a
nove Into France 3as"soon as to cover the withdrawal of the rem. Jo iv
bls3 l Install the services of his nant5 of the Japanese 31st and w w
eninent, but the creation of a 15th Divisions. | H Ml h
capital is a very complicated More enemy positions, Including It n ua rh.,a
ter, and needs much prepara- three villages ncrth and south of P
L" De Gaulle d flared that the road from Ukhrul to Imphal, CHUNGKING, July 10 (AP).-
e were "sentimen i and prao- have been cleared, some of them The Chinee Hih Comma an
difforeties" btween Awlprac after fte~rc, fighting. ChinceseHigh = oznm,.,mnd a.n-
Sbetween Algiers tr fierce fighting. nounced that Chinese troops have
the French mainland which In the Bitgshenpur area, southwest launched a large-scale offensive in
.e It desirable for him to go of Imphal the.Japanese have suf- southern Hupeh province and
r even before Paris was liber- fered further heavy casualties and made considerable progress against
L Wh and where he would they have had many losses too In designated objectives without dia-
he 0t4id*, would depend on the the Arakan at the hands of Allied closing the area of the new drive.
re of military oprations. paltro., This Push probably was diversion-
e Gulle retail e fim Indicat- III north Burma, the Chmineehave ary to prevent further reinforce-
u 1 = 4i 0 1made any specf.c mWae minor gains south of Myltky- meats of the Japanese In Hunan
tnis.t' Pre.sident, or in, their Column advancing down province to te seOth ww re bloody
St lra hfd made any the main road of the MogaIng val- h.tilg 5U 3- entot itn -the
Mn. It was clear that nothing ey within 12 miles of nking up uburbsof Hengyang.
Scthrthe Allied troops holding the The communique declared that
ASE TURN TO PA COL. town of Mogaung. .several hvndrea Japanese were
EASE TURNTO PAG _towno M ag killed south of Liling, 75 miles
north of Hengyang, where the
|T z Tr A* 1 y T 1 .Chinese sought to penetrate the
ater Petition Week OpensaInvader's flank and strike at his
re0 ^. -M A Janaeas column trying to
O f tep nS Lush northward from Cnon ha
Steady Flow Coupons s farther back but the
High Command admitted the loss
~of Tnihgyung, 40 miles northwest
-- of Canton. It was also disclosed
Part-of-Spaln's "aWater Petition" Week opened yesterday with that the Japanese captured a
S pressure which kept up a steady and regular flow of couponsP miles southwest of Canton,
be "Tuiildad Guardian"' oflice throughout the day.m i-hw oC n
the earliest signed cou- -s.. ..
ed-am ro Ioon the part of residents of every kT N e w
n feds came from Coinn- suburb and residential district of w I lll
Wes Ward of 16 Palminlste the city that Government should N e UCoalfieldli
S ont while other lead- assume control of the city's water -
ont whie other lead'.. distribution system with the hove i \i,.1
Stores included Col. Oeo. that they would be able to provide Il Un S Uo llnldU
Ity of Brives Road, Mara- a more efficient service and a
&.c&more regular :S ? supl.r l ; LONDON, Jul 1
f'. C-. Sto.liey Of Letters and reports reaching athe s L l Reu er
iald MtreeI. R. I. Brooks. "Guardiani" yesterday, IndicateA new coalfl2ld, said to contain
Streent;RaMrvl V 70,000,000 tons, has been discovered
Rroat RfoadQearaval M r. gtreate, inconveniences due the In Scotland i
Scanot f 14Quen'sParkshotag of ate thn wa prvi-district Of Argyll. Although there
M.W. L. Alston of Bir'- ously reported. One Queen's Park is a coal shortage it Is unlky
Road Maraval' Mr. Joseph Hotel guest reported that hand that any attempt will be made to
l:r. He'-nr--y V arlc 'of many other guests many morinn I open It for some tim!. One reason
Mrtr. nry. Wri have to purchase bottles of od for the delay is the serious short.
a_ Street, port-of.MSpin: Mr. water to use for shavi i age of miners.
SKhan of M lc.NorfolkSofteet, Mr. Phil Madison writes According to "Government Sta.
o; rftisticlReview of the Coal In-
it A avenue, wObrook; Mr A PRAYER FOR WTER dustry which has ust been pub-
'" Martin of No. I Quary ilished, th-re are 70,000 fewer miners
,# ast Dry River; Mr. John iSlr,-A strange .atl gripped today than there were In 1938.
"poldt of the Queen's Park my heart and tears came to my This is among the causes of the
* Mr. W. E. Ferreir- of 23 eyes on Sunday morning in George decline In Britain's coal production
Street Woodbrook; Mr. Street when a woman dropped on from 238.000,000 tons in 1938 to
" V. Teeluoksatigh of 24a her knees with the "Tr.nidad 203.000.000 tons last year. This
_1 Avenue, St. Ja es; M'. R, Guardian" pressed to her breast v output is exp. ted to be b!-
Ml-IDISS of 78 Dundonaldd with one hand. ne' the other hand 0 200,000000 tons.
K; Mr. and Mrs. T. Palmer of A big f tc th e a n .tor in the manpower
. Vue, East Dry River. who lifted up to the he.ens, and in a I i that retirements from
": No water tfor several crying voice shouted:-'O my d, old a and cent have in-
;Mr. Noel de Nobriga, of 10 from the bottom of my heart I rease during the war and have
In Street: Mr. Rupert Blake praise and thank Thee, this morn- not been made good by new en-.
FPrancols Valley Road, Bel- Ing on my knees In the open street grants Into the industry although
SMr. A. M. Math m 29 a for the humanly effort now made the numbers recorded by the Bevin
00 Street; M: Charlc3 A. Ca- to give us water, he water we Ballot Scheme and the drafting of
4 It dt Verteuil Street, Wood- need so much in our daily lives, miners from the forces now exceed
'. Il&.Julln Grell of 31 Ed- May their kind application succeed those leaving the industry,
Street..The coal position is still very
Weet Mr. A. H. Wight of a quick as possible In Thy blessed serious, however, as rescm'verstocks
i Slie, Maraval; M P R. ID. Name, Amen. have been considerably reduced
of11 Scott Bushe Street; "Sir, right there in my presence du the lsf o
MtCkle of 22 Cipriani over. 20 copies of the "Trinidad reJlace these stocks b1ore the
SMr. Alfred Mendes. 45 Guardian" were sold. I too, gave a winter the Government is going to
0 Mrs.Maria Blackall of hand In selling them so that the cut down on th amount ofoa
I. Street, St. Clsir; thousands of anxious house-keep- and coke ahousholders can b'
ari ckehoseolers can buy|
theCgot of 4 Victoria Ave- rs should see for themselves that daring the summer months and the
Saon J. D. Ramkeeoon redemption. from this cruel imposi- supply of electricity tSo factories
; ,ft' Rectory Belmont; tion t near. How can a Christian will be reduced between one.tenth
0wle of 8 Melville uStreet: family like ouras in this dear little and one-quarter .
i .C. Buck of 126 Ploton Island ever forget the old saying, -i
It .10 owln; Mr. A. "nlyn of The mills of God grind slowly but
Stcutar Rola dr d raval; Irely.' Dutch N w ina
a kllg of 11 Mary "Bring us pure water ut New u ea
tCli.r; Brigadier A. S. Plenty and fast, .
toof Kent Hou, Ma- Makingdridt Airfields Bombed
LM J*Ck Lindbldb of Is Things of the ,ast."
&y Bat: .Mr A. P. Hug- ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD-
If.,ye sOtreet, St. Clair CITYr COUNCILLOR WRITV QUARTERS, New Guinea, July II
- r. P. Dryden of 45 (AP).-It was announced this
Street, St. Ann#. Councillor Chlas. Ward writes: morning that Liberator bombers
.. "Enclosining my coupon in support from the south Pacific attacked
iMAD DESIRE of the petition to be forwarded to airdromes In the vicinity of Sorongl
S-, .. Government for the taking over of on th3 northwestern tip of Duteh
S S? selected at ~the City's Water supply, I wish to New Guina and also bombed
oand Pala.in the Carolnes.
whid-read of r- TURN, OuPAN To P.E 6. CL. 1) The Libertors dropped 43 tons
, wies-----ead----- limt bomb on Jefman airdrome at
WATER SUPPLY PETITION ron on Sunday. There was no
WAITER SUPPLY PETITION IR1Oanarcraft fire and no inter.
ception. Six enemy pliSnem bombed
setuityOf U amproerty1a nfuel dup n Noffmfoo ar Ilan
c convinced that the long-standing menace.to. puichealth n eeld nk ayNoeof or Island.
t ndpro i of. havenowreached Dutch Me. Ne w ta e re
mamIt Imperative for the, Oowrmnm t to take Over noAein sulss
ffron the City Council Old ploelg an adqiteantsld 4=e h efcatured the
to my a ture ben ue i oon No foor.
GboiangIC usedthi s ajN -t.ofa petitin nm .casualties In the figitfar
L et'- action"- o Tdieyardom in the ur re
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Centres Hill Seized


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By JOHN CUESTIR) LJ\J U LIE VT t J A
ROME. July 10 (AP"-Incres --d -
enemy resistance, marked by des- ".-.-... .- -- ----
perate counter-attacks, and the IT T,, _h
hcev use of artillery in forward
eav !,raNazis Plan 11Qcanc
positions, virtually called a halt N SO lS5eY
Sunday fighting.. InuUIRetreat 1To r s s n s
Almost the only significant gaiL
was, made by American troops,,I _, I E as t I
who reached to s point four miles K y Ri
WnohrteofVoltetrra.olterr^a,about 25E stPrussia y .
I miles from the Mediterranean #- y -
coast and some 26 miles south- By LEWIS HAWKINs | l I. -.- I
west of Florence, was a key to
what was officially described as LONDON, July 10 (API. -The ll nl V I
"ene~myv tentlon to ln}pose thel G .mans are planning a swift
Maximum Of delay a.alnst o the
push toward the Arno River." withdrawal from the Pskov-Narva By RUSSEL
Fifth Army headquarters also sector on the eaz-.rn f'nt and the LONDON Jutiy 10 (AP)--Surgi
reported gains to unspecified dis. evacuation of all Estonia .. nd most O 1 -
tances along the coast. Some ,uf.oont, Soviet troops captured two I
Sight miles inland, American in-. of Latvila to strengthen their East a ..... g d d
fantrymen moved slowly toward Prussian dcfences, according to in- Slo guarding direct routes
SPomaja, which lies astride the formation reaching a source with Old Poland and also cut the hiI
I vital north-south road close connections to the German adun. a lso cua te hi
Other Americans advanced three undergroi'nd. and Kaunas by a 28-mue advance
miles to threaten Lajatice, further Meanwhile. East Prussia was said --..
i to the east. to have been declared an area of _______________
IElsewhere along the front gatis o 0l rntions with accompanying -
were limited or non-existent, ex- tiht restrictions on civilian travel Stalin's Son Commands '
cept for a five-mile push by the and othr activities. o .
I Eighth Army In the upper Tiber. Gauleiter Erich Coch, military Squadron Over Lida
Valley north of Umbertde Lead- commander of Konigsberg, has
In ele. shave now advanced en given dictatorial powers to aid MOSCOW, July 10 (AP1I
ing elements tavey no wavtancd in the defence of the province, Pravda" said today that
eight miles beyond that city. The said the source. Vl y. o o
line of the front here remained / vRSI', 5on of Stalin, coin-
unchanged after British troop IThe northern treat walch may handed a fighter squadron
already be underway was reported which co-operated in raids on
had regained ground lost In coun- to be sending the 16th Army i.n the Lida before the captureaids of the
ter attacks. Little change occurred[ ....... ... .dgh, 61 ryt tl u^ b to*he capture of the
ter-attacks. Little change occurred Narva area to Tallnn for evacua- city on the Russian front. The
on the Adriatic sector. tion by sea to East Prusia. whil e 24-year-old colonel ccmmanded I
BRIDGE DEMOLISHED thel 18th is.to move from thle Pskov fighters vhich protected bomb-
SMglon to Riga for shiftih ,to Enst ers during attacks, while the
Pliissla by sea or land, depending junItinwscamd it
Alongside the six-mile front on ho s' t ^T or lano. aepenoing Junction was crammed with
Ar on how swiftly the Ruswians smash German equipment.
ound the enemy had demolicans through to the Latvian capital. Enemy fighting 'planes tried
foundnthetenemyrhad demolishe
13 bridges. Such vanes a were .-Fur- her accenting the Germans' to break up the raids, and five
13 bidgs. uchadvnce asthr growing manpower headache, fresh Focke-Wulfs were shot down.I
made were accomplished with the ports were reaching American The Russianlfs suffere shot down.o
aid of heavy artillery, self-pro- 'i in London of the withd wal suffered noses.
pellet guns, tanks, mortar Md of troops from Norway, presumably lse
small arms fire. Spearhe ngthefcr duty In France, Garrisons wv're
assault In this area was a uit of said to haveyleft Bardearoen, Gar- I.
Americans of Japanese origin who dermoen and Hvaldsmoen and '1-1
were officially described s having transports are naw leaving Lille-2I tJlud IlIs
performed brilliantly. ,s .... .. ....I
The Allied communique placed Moscow radio asserted Ge.rman r
hperformed.rilliantly.eramaer. W i
most emphasis on the Push and Lithulanian troops .mutin0.in..... InW in P",.
through and beyond Volterra. It Viha and Kaunas The latter city Pa .s
e described the advance as "a sig- capital of the Lithuanian Republic,
I nificant wedge into enemy r0si-lIs menaced by-the Russians .Irg- At La wi Exam.T
yf_______^ AtLa Exam.
tons between the sea and rogi- log less than 50 miles awa ly. i-
neonsi." Volterra was the last -- --- a
l remalnine anchor In the defence Twenty law students, the maJ.o-
line aLnstwhich the. thSoviet-D nirity mom South Trinidad, scored
Army has been pounding for Soviet-Danish successes at the rinity Bar x-
Qver a week.Iaton held here in May, ac-
[Vaughan Thomas a s, 3.. Resumed cording toa cable reopivid ywtar-
.repo.ter who wa. w Ab raDONnday by Mr. W. D. Inniss, Secretary
[Sil-^E ArmyA^at intC V0tr;ys
Fifth Army in Volterra yes LONDON, July 10 (Reuters)- for External Examinations.
i terday, Reuter -says, reveals Moscow radio announced tonight Four of the candidates, Mr. L. F.
S that the Germans had done i th relations had been estab- Holder, Mr. J A M -althwalte,
their usual thorough job of lished between Russia and the Mr. D. A McNamara, and Mr. M'
S looting, but one thing escaped. Danish resistance movement. It Ramchaimn gained second class
that was the little town's said the proposal came from the honours In certain of the subjects,
collection of paintings. Thomas Free Daniell Council and quoted the others being awarded third
says that more troop s pushed thn e Council as saying that thel elm honoura .
out beyond the town meeting break In the relations between In the five subjects at for ex-
with less German resistance. Denmark and the Soviet Union In amnaton, 11 passes were won in
There are still positions ahead 194had been under strong Oer- Roman Law, 10 In Contract andI
at which the en-my may make 14mntd
S ithe s en my mman pressure aid against the will Tort, five in Constitutional Law,
another stand before Florence of th e Danish people I four in Rol. Property and one In
but Volterra Is a Magnificent Moscow replied that It was grar- Roman DutchrLaw.
observation post over a reat tifying to estab the relations The full pst list i as follows: -
stretch of Country ahead of immediately and exchange repre- ROMAN LAW-.fld Class: J. A. M.
the British, i nd he thinks Itsasentative with the Danish resist-IBrainwaite, L U Holder. D. A. Me-
apture may cons iderabldy iance move ment. /4 doarb a .. Amoreso-Cfntice,
speed up the Allied advance.] ... "- oodoo. o C inadat. Dean.lH-t n
Sth a/iDebt. 8. GlnE, J. BMcDowell. 8 NC
areda, lnwelC'.s.Cro.d.
CONS? UTION~AL.LAW--ad Otiss.:
D.S Of .ic J i n China Situation ALa F.o o- ... 0,'
If.sta.toned e V D, sectio ov. H', Baolder. Ie
U.S Officers ,oiI'3rd lapsI-iA. Z. AmoP0o1o-C41nteno1, G-iA
e ostlA JamesIa A. Me Namra. C. sltroud.
Hospital Staff e orte rave D.ANr a .a ttndrClass.
WASHINGTON, July 10 (AP).-- Y.-3rd. C.ar-W. H. A.1,mwlah, W. W. I
Moving to relieve acute shtort- ThAr--- Ai al' A.t 0.Aorowo-:en.
a vige of medical staff in theColony's e political future of Vice-Presi- ten, J. A. M. Braithwalte Frrde.
passgerof.edc, tffinasn ent Henry Walace remained anlKhan, H. A. Gordon, W. E. Jacobs.
Health Services, Government was enigma as ever after h? conferred A James M. Ramehsran".
reported yesterday to have ac ith President Roosevelt forn wtwot EAL POPRT--nd C I
cepterd offer of the temporary se- hours. 3rd Cass-. A. James, Ashram ine-
oe on two US. ArmymedicalMr Walla, ,st buck'from a! JC u Stud
Georgef A. U S.U ry alcRutbck'rm OMAN-DUTCH LAW.-4rd Claiss:A.
officers, Captain orge A- Ury trip to China, told reporters that laOiliea. wre ,d
and Captain Payne. -the conference dealt solely with O W- ,
Both Captain Ury and Captain that country. "Oan we .tako it from BarbadosCi, Js i
Payne are here on a tour of duty yiou that you mean the 1944 pli o rll- le JUSti

and are connect ted with the re- tical situodeion was notI m mentioned?" For Canada He o health. Trip







thehO rSpita 1 ',militay ita tioKne Itink ther tnr t.t *" Dealn wilu ng ac s Ief
cetly inaugrturated venereal di- B reporter asked.
oease campaign. "That is right" the vice-pre l- Trinidad Guardi an Correspondent.
During the Rctint, appointment dent replied. "We had a very BRIDGETOW. July 8- Hs



mof Dr. F. L. Patrick at Chacu lengthy and Important confer nce Honour, Sir AlM a o
chacare re uireDury will take care of about China. We discussed nothing Chief Jutice, goes n re t
ward E-Medical. while Dr. Payne else. The situation In China is leave next 'eek to Canada in the



i stationed in the VD. section of very grave By that I man the interest of his health, Mr. Justice
the hospital mea ien litary situation. I think there is C. Dean will act as hef Ju-
pasene J b nothing elm u topre a e o t said."i ce.tln o toa
Post-WarTravel wEisenhower Predicts Bitter



Survey Stcartsqed I g t ing Bre n al waa o a ntv
Information which will enableFi h ng B f r F na ct r
'him to estimate the amount of

passenger an accommodation which t uetLm p- -. e ,6 .
awill be required during the first n- w By MERRILL MUELLER. e t wu l
year after thne end of the war in ht n an he t ta p at t wpn
Europe and ensure a proper egreeu ENERAL EISENHOWER'S HEADQUARTERS, July l AP)
of priority infom the allocating offr t er pret o an erwh te Al sid wt te A lli e w ra .estodsa
asngersa in.s being sought'o y th e.I urem cm macnder of h ul lie nthextoay re tdaw
e retary bof State for the Colonies warned against growenrude oPtimle and rdcted longw and biter
the Information Offices announced
Yesterday. fly .h.ting before final victory in murope.


SGovernment I seeking the .as- ..umert s o tw orhe Ion& list ofot b mor e-
i Istance of the Chamber of Coin Allied sr ee In Russe -, Africa, in it t0 the moment.o It was slowe
merIe, the Petroleum A oclatiol Italy and Feram e sinte he frst a nd e He ila d ere waslgtle
and the Agricultural Societ u y itn came to uroipe atn the fall of To- sGner tesewat the was gral
obtaining inform ation f rom their bruk two yearns a aGen. Dwight pleased with thie Russian victory i
I members. Students mst comuli- Enenhower said te trend toward at Vina, He atio 25 German vi-s
Vcat with the Director of Educ' ore e r- a pictuder otandahl e,o aloennortheast of Vil enta a badly






Winnna ned .o., ,_ _.9 o .dfltelulnta h Al must e ve.odhm mordnaino t huge- ]t
ion and other persons with the but ?e emphasized it was the duty t compromise d thbye Idts aptur







JJ.....L... ... .. 1 i .....po.att.ii.O --Uthe .nmeal.( wIn u. He I th Ambw le, to]
Colonial Secretary's Office not later of oe 13 @ re-posbl Goti Gieneeral uisenhower declared
thnJl~.t.y 31.,-- oe o ple thfratwo that h .the Gm n beom in its



theJu .part cuarns r equ red .[in e eI eiltstaitoios ot a s elIoItse



elumd oestin atio n pupoetO of O rotl ear40 hotrakte w eapon G e xcp fol mlr h AlttfSati.
jurney uanthy are rehuired toeoesdeati oe man oit-thatBl, sprain met~ropltan ara like
enabl adreviw ofrs re .the problem ofWt hea Alo.m ..i .apoit Lona n.r sea ido there was little



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0o Poland Allies Score Hard-won
v-.A.UI1 Gains in Rainsoaked
LANDSTBOM Country
ng westward all along the Central SUP R E M N HEADQUARTER$
Important railway centres, Luninlec ALLIED X P E DI TI ON ARY
1 FORCE, July 10 tReuter)--British
to Brest-Litovsk and Elalystok In troops, thrusting southwest o
ghway linking Daugavpils "o'from the River Orne. They at
towards the Baltic sea. tacked t dawn In an'outf abIng
The relentlezs Russian drive ce- movement along a four-mile front
oortei In British Press despatches, with heavy artillery and air sup-
have reached within 60 miles of port and in a few hours had ad-
rat Prussia and on most of the vanced and captured the villages
350-miles front, the Nazis are fall- of Esquay and Eterville, less than
ing back In disord-'r. Fierce hand- a mile from the Orne and had
to-hand fighting continued in the secured a footing on Hill 112 which
streets of Vilna where the Soviet dominates the country south of
communique said a large number the River
of Uerman troops were encircled In General' Montgomery threw fresh
ihe center of the city and are being troops Into the Normandy fighting
wined ot t. I.. .. rly this morning when he
The communique said Soviet launched a new attack Southwes
troops In an advance of 28 mileslof Caen It was mounted froot
from previously announced posi- i the salient that the. British troop
tions, captured Utena in Lithuania. ,ve held across the Odon R
pricing 'hem ati 'hat point withintfor the past fortnight.
175 miles of the Baltic Sea port A 5 t
of Memel which Hltl.r seized in t Associated Press said the
1939. This drive cut squarely across British and American armies
the highway running between scored hard-won gains two
Kaunas, iKovno) capital of Lithu- and one-half to six miles on
ania and Daugavpils, iDvtnsk) In both ends and in centre of the
southern Iatvla. Normandy battlefront today
S lonlin l is on the Baranowlcze- slogging through insoaked
Volkovysk-Bialystok railway cut- mud and knocking out numer-
tinf at right angles across three ous counter-attacks by Ger-
main lines converging on Warsaw. mi.n tanks. The British Se.*
It is about 35 mil's east of Vol- n m an
kovysk toward which the Second ond Army hammered out and
White Russian Army is also hurling retained advances of about
its weight. 4.(00 yards on a three and one-
Marshal' Stalin said the Russian half mie front southwest of
forces crossed the Sozira River on ecotmured Caen. Patrols reach
a front of 37i miles, I ed the Orne River a m1ne far-
SWhile Moscow wa1b announcing other on, but had withdrawn as
thete advances, Von Hammer. Ger- the n ermarns missed powerful
man radio commentator, said the onnositlon In determined at-
line along the D'ina River which t*1not to prevent a breftk 10
runs across Latvia from Daugavpils that natural defensive lme.1
(Dvinsk) to Rigs was cut, and said --
the ewmal asrrison i still hold- tPLAanTURN TO PAt S, 4 0S q
ing out In the centre of vfma. '
The ;and troops that captured .
Lunilet, were strongly Uported by .. J T A cae
a Dnieper Riv. r i raval flotua which Grenal a Legl ilatOs
poured fire into the enemy on both ,
i ank. C. Here On Visit
Berlin radio zaid rwconnaisance Here O isit
has obs rved lively railway and e Honle T & Mrr t
highway traffic oi the right wingl .. mT eber of the e. g S lSi.
of the 'southern sector. elcted m em ber o f t, Leglan tive
In the Isi tof Rumania) O fl of Grenada, and
locs' Soviet atscks have been Non.e A. 0. Payne, o e& n t
checked. but it wasM clear the Soviet immber of the sam b y, M
command would soon stag a bigs here by s'wpn ysterds
offensive. i a Mr..MarrY3h tolFPAId Wthe &
offenlv. ..-- .da iidfl n that% was h"t
I for Z hort vislt, wmMr. f
Alexander Visits who h hoome for mwdleal trMaT
Britain For Talks i wees l b- rmaAnAA t a I
LONDON. July 10 iReuter)- Mr. Payne,whot sosips IS
General Alexander, the Allied' bh his daughter', Miss.w Da P
Commander in Italy has just paid i presideM t ot the Porc-'rs
a brief visit to this country for Social Workafe' League sa idW
consultations with Mr. Winstoni recently selcted a eZ m -_emberof
Churchill, the Prime Mionister. andG Grenada Legislature to-s--
the Military Staff. He was received social sevic Interet" 'ie Is
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Notce ts herb -tven that copl es
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lin July, 1944.
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ben omitted as well as *9l -
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orm wkt later than the Uth day
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Town ("Vrks Offic
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Woofbrook utate Officr
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id4rIAwyers Appear
St. Vincent Conspiracy Suit


WItalda Guardian Oseapndui~t. ^
NOBTO. Lt. VinCent. July 8.-Cae for defence was till ian
M here yesterday nhea the action in whc h U R. tL
ong dauae& from Mr. A A. Cuoon for alefed nisUclioj
Meg#, was adjourned to July i.4
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S Honour Clement Malone,
justice of the Windward
and Leeward Islands was
dto enable the Chief
11%eturn to Grenada loar
Kon'ble L. C. Hannays. K.C.,
ad. Instructed by Mr. J.
procope. of Trindad, appears
Mrs. Richards. while the
Sir Lennox O'Rellly, K.C.,
'idad and Mr. Dennis Henry,
erenado. instructed by Mr. S.
D nt, of St. Vincent, are for
Men dant.
SRichards claims damages
alleged maliUcios prosecution
conspiL-acy arising out of the
stand prosecution of herself
bher late husband in May, 1941,
breach of the Agricultural Ad-
eu Ordinance.
r. Hannays, in an opening ad-
Sthat lasted from 11 a.m. on
day to 11.2 am. on Wednes-
Scontended that the circum-
ces surrounding the prosecu-
of the plaintiffs in 1941 showed
iracy between Mr,.Casson and
e counsel. Mr.F. M. Henry.
Grenada, to extort money from
and Mrs. Richards knowing
t Mr. and Mrs. Richards were
In 5abllity and had filed a
s the defendant to set
Sthe wop lien sought to be
reed by him.
TNESES CALLED
t. Hannays further contended
t Mr Csson acted maltiously,
Wing that the prosecution had
chance of success in view of the
vious ruling of the magistrate,
R. A. Nedd. in summary cases
lea the same Ordinance.
Ht. Hannays called five witnesses
r. E. A. C. Hughes. the Regi-
r; Mr. 0. W. Forde, barrister-
Ilw; Mrs. Richards, Mr. John
mett and Mr. Lester Richards-
I closed the plaintiff's case at
I p. on Thur day.
ULennox O'Rellly, stating his
mon to cover the case in his
atddress, called as a witness
Si'. M. Henry, whose evidence
Sconcluded at 2.37 p.m. yester-
after a lengthy cross-examina-
a In course of which he denied
ispracy and denied having said
'oe the magistrate that all Mr.
B wanted was his money.
Ir. Cason. the defendant, was
called and was still in the box
e adjournment.
Utough no official announce-
t has been made, Chief Justice
lone is expected to give Judg-
nt in the earlier suit of Richards
COaRMh for alleged usury, etc.,
the end of the present case.

ACKER TO MEET
L RTev. Dr. J. A. Scrimgeour,
4 Rev. IL R. Seesaran, will be
ekers at a rally of the teachers
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CouncilAdopts

Housing

Scheme Plan
Modification of the Mucurapo
housing scheme proposed by the
Planning and Hous Comm ison
as recommended In a report of a
City Council committee, was ap-
proved by the Council at their
adjourned meeting held last r1i-
day afternoon.
In accordance with the Slum
Clearance Ordinance, the Council
appointed the Mayor, Councillor
George Cabral and Councillor E.
Mortimer Mitchell to represent
them at the meetings of the com-
mission at which the scheme will
be considered.
Committee recommendations are:
"(a) There should be no apart-
ment houses, but only single cot-
tages.
"(b)-The bedrooms in the
houses should not be only 100
square feet as proposed, but of a
floor area of at least 144 square
feet.
"(c)-The streets should go
right through the area and not
end in cul-de-sacs.
"That the rent to be charged
should be eight per cent of the
cost of each home.
"That the lands of the Corpora-
tion east of the Woodbrook Ceme-
tery, approximately 12 acres in ex-
tent, be leased to the Planning
and Housing Commission for a
period of 99 years at a peppercorn
rent of one shilling per acre per
annum for the purposes of the
proposed housing scheme, on con-
dition that the Council should be
relieved of any financial respon-
sibility in connection with the
scheme, and on the further con-
dition that, should the land at any
time before the expiration of the
lease be used for any other pur-
mose than that of the scheme, the
lease should terminate immedi-
ately."


Hospital Fund Wins
Support In Tobago
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
SCARBOROUGH, July 7.- Re-
sponse here to subscription lists in
aid of the Princess Tsahal Memo-
rial Hospital Fund was reported
t,.day to be good in all centres.
Cinema shows in aid of the fund
will be put on at the "Rea" on
Thursday, July 13 and Saturday,
July 15 by the local branch of the
Friends of Ethiopia Committee
headed by 'UMr. J. H. Maurice,
chairman, Mr. & 8. Jorda trea-
surer, and Mr. F. 0. Maynard,
honorary secretary.
Ethiopian plag Day observed on
July 1. saw tap on display in the
remotest parts of the island.


Prisoner Judge Appalled At Steady Rise

Of Wounding Cases In South
TrwiadM GuarMa Cerrepmat.
AN FRNANDO, July 10.-A cutlass attack on a spectator at a
'4-mile wake at Bamboo Village o0.. r!"it in January this year.
Raded HubtPertre io jail tor five years today.


Reported mislaig sIne. April
2 1lat, Flying Officer A. S.
Kelshall. son of Mr. J. G.
Keibhal, city selleltor and
Mrs. KebaUl, Is a prisoner In
German hands, according to
a cable received here by his
father. Leaving Trinidad for
England In 1941 after six
months in the Air Training
Scheme, F/O Kelshail went to
Canada for further training
and later returned to Europe
for active service with the
R.A.F.


W.I. Parley Query
In Parliament
Information regarding the date
and venue of the next West In-
dian, Conference under the aus-
pices of the Anglo-American Ca-
ribbean Commission, was sought in
the House of Commons recently,
according to a broadcast to the
West Indies from London last
Saturday night.
Mr. Ben Riley wanted to know
from the Secretary ct State tor
the Colonies, It was stated, whe-
ther the date and place had as
yet been fixed, and whether he
would ensure that at least one
representative from each of the
various colonies was an elected
member of the national legislature
of the colony he represented.
In reply. Colonel Stanley stated
that the recommendation of the
Conference's report that the next
meeting of the conference should
be held in the next 12 months, was
now being considered by the Carib-
bean Governments concerned.
Pointing out that though he
hoped it would be possible to ir-
range a meeting, he was not In a
position at this stage to make any
announcement, the Colonial Sec-
retary told Mr. Riley that the sec-
ond Dart of his question would be
considered when the tlue came for
making suggestions to the confer-
ence.


STAMP COLLECTORS TO MEET
Regular monthly meeting of the
Trinidad Philaletic Society will be
held at the Salvation Army Men's
Hostel, Edward Street, at 8 o'clock
tomorrow nilht.
Members and collectors are In-
vited to attend.


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Pmdbychildren getting
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The iot of all antiseptic. and germi-
cideelfrhoueholdpurpoeseaDIOXOGEN.
Few ffctiw ermicidM ae harmless,
and unless they are ha gies they awe not
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Parliament

Discuss Pay

On W.L Bases
Wae being paid United States
Ban workers in the West Indies
and the rate of pay they are likely
to receive on their return to the
sugar industry following cessation of
work on the bases, were questioned
in the House of Commons last
week, a London broadcast dis-
closed on Saturday night.
Answering questions by Mr.
Thomas Fraser, the Secretary of
State for the Colonies told the
House that the rates of wages paid
workers engaged on the construc-
tion of the U.S. Bases were. In
general, those paid comparable
with other occupations.
He said he regretted it would not
be possible to make an extensive
inquiry to get information on the
wages paid at all the bases, nor
could he state the wages the vari-
ous type of workers on being dis-
charged from the bases would re-
ceive on going back to the sugar
industry.
He, however, told Mr. Fraser
that If he would let him know
each particular colony and the
type of workers he had in mind,
the information would be sought.


Goat-Rearing Seen
AsWartimeMeasure
Need fbr Increase in the keeping
of goats among Trinidad families
as an emergency wartime measure
is expressed recently by Mr. Harold
Neal Fxhey, Controller of Local
Production.
Goat-keeping, Mr. Fihey explains,
means providing food for young
babies in the family at a time when
imported foodstuffs are not avail.
able.
"A goat must be bought," Mr.
Pahey advised, "which, even if it
eats your prize rose tree and rings
your best avocado tree, will insure
your baby an adequate supply o0
milk, while the male offspring ol
the goat, when young, can be eaten
as delicious mutton. So get out
and buy a goat, and plant some
cassava trees in your yard, and at
some future time we will tell you
some more facts of Trinidad's un-
usual evolution, and how it has
resulted in a distin mentality in
spite of disturbing r.xtionalistic
tendencies, by certain sections of
the community."
Tobago Methodists
Teacher Staff Changes
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
8CARBOROUGH, July 8-Two
change have been effecld in the
tehig staffs of the Methodist
schools 'here. Mr. K Dowling
Alexander of Pranklyn's has been
transferred to Scarborough, while
his place at Franklyn's has been
taken over by Mr. J. "1. McLeod
of Belmont.


SAccused before Mr. Justice J. L.
M. Peres In the Assize Court here
of wounding Rene Jerome with
Intent to do him grievous bodily
harm, Pierre offered no evidence
on his behalf, and the Jury, re.
tiring for 10 minutes, returned
with a verdict of guilty.
Describing the attack as a most
wicked and unprovoked assault,
the judge told Pierre that the
maximum penalty for an offence
of that nature was 15 years, but
that he would take' into consid-
eration the fact that it was he
first appearance before an Asizp
Court and impose a comparative
light sentence.
Frequency of offences Involviu
use of weapons drew strong com-
ment from the judge. 1"I am ab-
solutely appalled at the frequency
of offences of the kind in this part I
of Trinidad," he said. "I was here
in May taking the Assizes and I
am here again thik month \"ith a
list of 17 cases before me, four;
of which involve accusations of;
nMurder. All January and February
a Judge was here holding sessions.
In March and April another Judge'
was engaged here. I cannot un-
derstand the reason for it."
Pierre. Mr. A. C. Rienzi Secon,
Crown Counsel, told tie lury, at-
tacked Jerome without, any pro-
vocation and inflicted a severe
wound across his left shoulder.

Shot Scavenger
Dies In Barbados
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
BRIDGETOWN, July 8.--A 59-
year-old scavenger of this city, shot
in the early hours of last Wednes-
day, limped homewards with a
story of a person shooting from a
Spauin car. Rushed to hospital,
he died the same night.
Examination revealed a bullet
wound In the upper left lumbar
reolon 'ith exit wound in the up-
per left abdomen.
Police are investigating.


Severe Punishment
For Sleepers Out
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
CUREPE. July 7-Warning that
severe punishment would be meted
to sleepers out in future, waa given
by Mr. B. W. Celestain in the
Tunavuria District Court when he
placed Fitzroy Gittens, a St. James
man accused of sleeping out on 9
$50 bond for 12 months.
Mr. Celestain pointed out that
larceny was becoming prevalent in
that area.
LEAVES FOR NEW POST
The "Trinidad Guardian" under-
stands that Sergeant-Major C. P.
Wentforth, of the Trhndad and
Tobago Police Force, who has been
appointed instructor to the Baha-
mas Police Force, is due to leave
the Colony towards the end of
this month to take up his new
post.


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'fIDAD GUARDIAN, =TUMDAT, JULY 11, 1i4


peitio4 To Get Government

comtro Of Water Progresses
tIC OTINUKD FROM PAOS 1)
literate that at the present M0- tke therefore. to stop leakage,
I (ike the majority of and a m of 40.000 or 60.0W an-
= IVntothe 0 oity) no ~B nualy sould be allotted for this
erod with whose right It IS purpose for at least two years.
to 010T the city with Water, but p"m sum should be expended
I g very anxious to know that in:
UW, resident ocan be assumed at "Obtaining the full-time ser-
%u of an adequate supply. vie of an experienced engineer
frefr, If by Goveon t andg aspitants. who will devote
tstt over one is 'oured o Mt t! r whole time to detecting leaks:
Wpply, every reasonable think or obtaining the services of a firm
I s bgesm (even City Oounc11llo) smeh aa the British Pltometer Co.
must support the effort." to undertake this work; and pur-
e ,*Guardla '" referendum chasing proper atop cocks, house
Ss the sUPPort of ali those ciU top and washers.
gM of port-of-Spain,a end residents "A campaign against waste must
S* hbouring sub urbsserved Itrted Suggested that all
Sthe ty fter AuthritY. efe@tive taps should be replaced
thin that Government shuld fr&o hrKadta
tuake eve r a S2 fret of charge and that any per-
tam n trlof tho suppSfty n tt to rmort a defective
Spin Ater Supply atbd detrtbu- o beheavily Ined. Sy at least
to ytem. $ The city inspectors. assum-
IGN TODAY Ing they are competent, could be
Besdants of the Port-Of-pao relied on to carry this out."
Wate am- ane &asd to Siga n d
e outthe te o end d it Improved Supply At
wasedtstely to the T 4rrdad r. Hospital Yesterday
din" office, 22 St. Vtnet Street.
7W Signed coupons will be for- Port-of-Spain Colonial Hospltal
warded to the Colonial Seetays! whh. like many other city places.
Oce as a petition to GoverSnment suffered from the. acute water
to take over the water system rom Situation to such an/extent that ur-
the City council. operation had to be post-
Those wo with to obtain a re- nA day lst week, got an
ular supply of water re advised ULn ted floe w aU day yeoster-
to use 49 Opportunity to express L'ret-
their views on this important sub da wif the institution's officlais
ject and tosign U Immedirtatly srepotg "vry much improvea
Do not wait on your neighbour too nIau
obtain your water for you; failure about the change in
to obtain water in the future will the situation, the 'TrinldAd .uar-
be entirely your own fault if you dian" understands, we- the com-
bo tervpletion on Sunday evening of the
to exercise your civic rghttowork of connect the hospital to
da. the mains through which the
S mr Ak OCity Council draws Its contracted
G ernment Ask City daiy supply from the Central
About Water Plans Water Board's Picton reservoir.
The work was undertaken by the
Oovrnment. after considering a CityCouncil who at their last
report containing findings and re- statutory meeting, adopted a re-
commendations of a conference un- oommendation by Mr. C. R. Far-
der the chairmanship of Mr. rell, the City Engineer, that the
Robert johnstone, 0ominlsaloner of whole of the hospital supply sys-
Civil Defence, dealing with way tern be so connected up as to en-
and means for ensuring a perma- sure an adequate and uninterrupt-
neat adequate water supply to meet ed supply to the institution.
othe grave fire hazard In the Disclosing the completion of the
city" and a memorandum of Major work, Mr. Farrell told the "Trini-
J, Ormond Riddel, Director of dad Guaralan'P yesterday that a
Hydraulics, suggesting launching of report had been received from the
Campaign against waste and im-: hospital authorities that day in-
oaltion of at least a $50 fine on dicating that there was a very
any person failing to report a de- much improved supply.
fetive tap, have written the City
Council requesting information by
JulyI 31 as to what they propose Tribute s *a
doing to remedy "this critical state ributes id
of affairs."
The letter which will be consld- ma s
end by the Council this afternoon i
together with a report of their own u
Water Emergency Committee,
sta that Government proposes, LONDON, July 10 (Reuter's)-I
in event of the Council decid- Two tributes have been paid to
Ing to act on Major Riddei's re- the French underground movement.
commendations, to co-operate by One oame from Commodore Sulli-
placing temporarily at their dis- van of the United States N4vy,
poIal the services of an officer or who is in charge of clearing Cher-
officers of the Department of Hy- bourg harbour. He said a tough
'Iraullcs. Job would have been considerably
Government have also indicated harder, but for the Frenchmen
that, acting on the report, they who kept a close watch when the
have authorized the Director of Germans were ..inng the port
llvdraullcs to consult with th a-dI passed on the Information to
Superintendent of the Fire Bri- the Allied salvage experts.
gade and to arrange as soon as The other tribute to French re-
poMible for instaUlltion of tw." Ca- abistance ,was paid by Hitler's conm-
neron pumps at suiltable slt- >n munlque. For several days now it
tht city and that the >'omm'...son-r talks of fighting within French
of Police has been reque.stl to territory with what it calls terror-
submit detailed re.,omrmendat:ons ists and saboteurs, and shows the
for increasing the strength u! the scale of this fighting by claiming
Fire Brigade together wit' i esti- that more than 200 Frenchmen
mates of cost. were killed.
The letter also states that the Another Frenchmen who helped
Commissioner of Police has bien the Germans has met his death.
asked to submit specific recomn- Paris radio announces that George
meadations to Government totethe' Barthelmy, a former member of;
with an estimate of the expendl- the French Parliament was killed'
tore which is likely to be invaivod this morning. He was in Paris.]
in Implementing this recom'nen- He was a collaborator, but he did
dation; that inquiries are being not reach to Cabinet rank as an-
made with a view to obtaining other collaborator of the same
suitable vehicles for the purposes; name who was Vichv Minister for
that an application has been made Justice for a time. His death fol-
thsrugh diplomatic channels in lowed the shooting of Philippe
Wiigton for the required Henrlot, Vichy Ministter. Accord-
N-wlent and that the ommis- & g to Berlin radio, Henriot ha[
u2= of Police has been aked to been succeeded by Paul Marriot,
smAnit details of the equipment who has twice held the Job.
Mtem tc together with Its German Army Take Over
.,1_ent experience has shown," Langes Department
States the communication, "that
the City'& water supply is mainde- IRUN, July 10 (AP)--It was
4qfiate for flre-fightin purposes learned that the German Army
AN this particular aspect of the has taken over the entire Langes
matter was brought to the notice Department in southwestern
of your Council by letter dated May Frase where sabotage has kept
27, 1944. To date no reply has Nazi communications south of
been received by the Government Bordeaux in a constant tangle.,
nor has there been any improve- It was the first such German
Mnet In the existing water short- move In the area and t clear in-
af in the city which content. -s to dication of mounting desperation
Cause grave concern to the public in the face of increasing activity
ad the Government alike and by the French patriots,
WeiCh obviously cannot he allowed _
to continue indefinitely." Woman Bullfighter
Major Riddel's memorandum Is. .
a follows; "It cannot be too Arrives In Spain
wrongly emphasized that an in- LONDON, July 10 (AP)-Con-
crease of pressure means an In- chits Cintron. the woman bull-|
cres leakage and that, without fighter, arrived from Venezuela/
Seusy tackling the question of accompanied by her professor, Don
making mains, taps, etc., the above Ruy Dacnra, on a two-year tour
Will onlyb a temprar paLa-*l of Portuga and SPain hulirings.
t'i. A -a of 1,000.000 gallons She is the guest of the Dacamara
P day Is onIy 15 to 20 per cent. 1fmily home at Jnmques.
of the estimated daily supply to -- -- !
?w t-of-Spain at 12 cents per MORE FLYING BOMBS
1.M0 gallons this equals LONDON, July 10 *Reuter--
ia o anSnual loss. Th.e leakage Flyin bombs came over south-
is ovousty very much greater ern England and the London
tan thi, as the city reoelves area again today, and there have
.uUg. water to give about 45 to been casualties and damage.!
0 Plons per day to every man. R.A.F. fighters and gunners have 4
wm& and child within the city again scored many successes
limi, .... against the flying bombs In the
"l POmaible steps should be past 24 hours. _


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Anti.U.Boat Amc
Dies of Heart Attack
LONDON, July 10 (Reutfr)-
Captn Walker, Braun's uM-
U-at ac has d W I b-
pital from a Iba d M". nB
was prominent in the cam-
paign against the U-boatm-
ace and introduced a system
which was i tal r for
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French Leader

Ends Talks


WithRoosevelt
McOiTiNUEO FROM PA4a 11
had been done about the key ques-.
tion of recognition of the Prenet
Committee of National Liberatiot
by the United States. This, how-
ever, had been deliberately exclude.
ed from the talks beforehand, Im
order that the discussions miglhi
revolve around problems on whict
some agreement was possible.
NO U.8. DESIGNS
Asked about amspiclono arouse
In Algiers by the publication of re.
ports in this country that Mr
Rooevelt did not desire to reco-
nise the French National Commit.
tee rs a Government because hi
had some "designs" on the Frese
colonies. De Gaulle replied: "I an
convinced that the American Pre.
aident, the Government and peo.
jPle, have no intention at all l
Annexian French territory. Bul
what is more complicated Is tm
question of organlation of inter.
national security, which will affect
all territories, and may speclflcallb
affect French territories." He add.
ed that "France is certain she wil
In intact everything that be-
longs to her, hut she is certain ais(
that the form or organisation ol
French territories in the world af-
ter the war, will be different."
De Gaulle said he particularly
made reference to French Indo.
China, with the Idea to have fed-
eration in whfh the French main.
land would be one part. He sale
French colonial areas have reacheC
varying states of development, ant
plans to build up all of them to i
high level. De Gaulle noted thai
the French miust no longer cal
Indo-China by that name. but th4
Indo-China Union.
SOLE RESISTANCE
Asked whether the provisions.
government he had established hao
established close relationship witt
Communists and other resistance
groups inside France, de Gaulle
said'. "There is only one French re-
sistance movement," and that i
the one with which close relation-
ships have been established on a
national front.
Questioned about plans foi
French participation in the occu-
gation of Germany, de Gaulle said
edid not think such an occupa-
tion "can be imagined except on a
basis of inter-Ailied agreement
which has iot yet been made .,ltb
French participation, but whicti
must be none the less, in order tc
provide "or occupation over s lone
period of time." He added he won-
dered whether It was "even maginl.
able," that settlement of Europeas
war Issues could be attempted with-
out France, to whom Germany hat
been an uncomfortablee neighbout
for 2,000 years." He said the ques-
tion of when and how he would
hold a plebeaclte in liberated France
to determine what government the
French peopi" want, "is purely" a
French question." He made plain
that while the American policy on
reccgnitlon of a French Govern-
ment hangs on that point, it was
not a point which will be deter-
mined by Washington, but by him-
self and the French Commit-
tee.
De Gaulle Receives
Big Welcome in New York
NEW YORK. July 10 (AP)--De
Gaull arrived from Washbingt
and was met at La Guardia Fieid
by a crowd of 2,000 Including a
guard of French sailors. He was
officially welcomed at the City Hall
by Mayor La Guardia. De Gaulle
will be honoured at a reception to-
night and will go to Montreal, Can-
ada, tomorrow.

Children Evacuated
From South Englanu
LONDON, July 10 CAP) The
evacuation of women and children
from London and various cities in
southern England continued In a.
orderly fashion today, as the Gear-
man flying bomb offensive began
its 26th day. More than 50000
children alone '-ave already been
taken oit of the immediate danger
zone.

ARIMA M ITING
A regular meeting of the Bor-
ough Council of Arima will be held
it the Town Hall, Arima, on Frit-
day at .90 a.m.


II


- I


IRe-Shuffled
Rome, July 10 (AP)-The Ger-
Sman Embassy to the Holy See
took up new quarters inside Vati-
can City today following by a few
hours a similar move by the staff
of the Japanese Embassy.
- The Germans moved into the
apartment formerly occupied by
the Bolivian Ambassador, while
the Japs took the apartment
formerly occupied by the Coun-
sellor of the Vichy French Embas-
my, who quit his post to join de
Gaulle.
The Peruvian Embassy staff
started to move from the Vatican
to Ftome during the day with the
departure of the counsellor. The
Finnish and Yugoslav legations
agreed to exchange premises, the
Finns moving into the Vatican
apartment which the Yugoslavs oc-
cupied, and the Yugoslavs taking
over the Finnish Legation InRor e.
The Bratilian Embassy is sche-
duled to move out of the Vatican
for home quarters on Thursday.
Rumanft is now the only re-
maining enemy country whose di-
plomatic mission to the Pope Is
still outside the walls of the Vati-
can.
NEW ASSIGNMENT
Mr. W. O. Andre, Chief Magis-
trate, Trinidad and Tobago, has
been temporarily assigned for duty
in the magisterial district of Vie-
toria-St. Patrick with effect from
July 8, in addition to his recent
assignments. Another magistrate
also similarly temporarily assigned
for duty is Mr. Keith Lyndell Gor-
don, who is now in the magisterial
district of St. George East, with
effect from July 1.


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ICONTINUCO PMOM PAGE 11
The Germans reacted iercely, seeded In establishing a bridgehead
counuW!-at&ckin with tanUs and across the river.
nntry, At noon tey were Far to the west U the base ol
t ak and they struc a:tin the Cherbourg Peninsula the
this aftnoas. Ths e the American troops have drives be-
rItSh k is Were fr0ed out of Mal- Ynd La Hays du Puits on the road
tot, 00 1h1e 1ta were ent t LesMMay, they have beaten back
UP 5Ug eit y Churchill tanks strong counter-attacks and des-
aad bitter gting, Brutah troyed a number of GerrAn tanks.
troomS isH thevill andprs- Further along the front they have
d an twards the river. German taken the village of savigny. five
movemOenUs.aerme the river has miles from the important centre of
been greatly hampered by the des- Perieres. They are reported to
tructios of a bridge at 4unay, the have reached a point a little more
only main road bridge across the than five miles from the Important
One for several miles and Bill road and rail centre of St. Lo,
Harrimi, BA. reporter, said that Robert Dunnett, BBC. reporter
the attack on the bridge by rocket- with the American forces, says
arng Typhoons w known to have that in some places the opposing
blasted the entire western section troops are so close to each other
into the river, that Allied artillery cannot be used
Howard Marshall, a reporter and the American infantry are re-
with the British forces of the see- during much of the enemy's ma-
ond Army, says It was clear that chine-gun nests and mortar poal-I
the Germans are very anxlous to tions as they come to it. This, hel
stop this British thrust and in par- says, is a slow business.
ticular the .*rlve on Hill 112 and Allied aircraft have again sup-
the .B.C. correspondent at2 Sup- ported the land forces on all sec-
remne headquarters xplains why. tors of the frent and General
The British advance threatens to Montgomery has congratulated Air
outflank the enemy forces still Vice Marsail Sir Trafford Leigh-
holding out in strong .in the Mallory on the work done by the
southern part of Caen across the Allied Expeditionary Air Force in
river and if it succeeds in getting Normandy.
across the Orne. it will ';ng them One section of this force of
lnt3 open country, ideal for tank fighters and fighter-bombers of the
warfare. R.A.P. Second ,Tactlcal Air Force
A correspondent in Caen this has flown more than 12.000 sorties
morning said the people were since June 9, and destroyed .4t
mostly quiet and dignified, but least 170 German alrcrft and
their enthusiasm was deep and severely damaged many more.
touching. They gathered round
shaking hands with Allied troops --
and thanking them for liberating
the city. At About half past 11 this Plans To Invade
morning men and women of the la IV
restance movement paraded at a IT R v al
flagstaff where hundreds of peoplac U.., Kevealed
braved shell fire to watch the crare- ,
mony. WASHINGTON, July 10 (AP)--1
Congress was told today by one of;
SCOTS FORM SPEARHEAD the nation's leading aircraft
manufacturers, Mr. Carlton" Ward
It was disclosed tonight trIt the J'nr.. the President of the Fairchild
15th Scottish Divisilon formed the Engine and Airplane Corporation
spearhead of General Montgom- that he saw In 1940 a detailed plan
cry's attack across the ,lvr Orne. drawn by Hitler for the invasion
This territorial division is com- of the United States.
posed of Highlanders and Low- Testifying before the Military
lnders and men of Glasgow. The sub-ommittee, Ward said he had
men had not been in action before been permitted to see the plan
but they swept forward and suc- while in France as the head for
the mission advising on aircraft
___________ ~construction. "After he had
U Mili r brought England to her knees.
Hitler planned to attack the
U.S. Military United States through Vexico
Mision Fr Pe with tanks and other armoured
mission For Peru equipment that the United States
did not have" Ward declared.
WASHINGTON. July 10 (AP).- Later. Ward told newsmen that
An agreement providing for the "the plan was to make a feint
detail of an American military through Newfoundland, then In-
miesion to Peru was signed today vade us through Mexico. Not only
by the two Governments. Mr. did Hitler plan a military Inva-
Cordell Hull, secretary of State, sion, but had a complete plan for
signed for the United StatR and the economic domination of the
for Peru, Dr Eduardo Garland, world."
Peruvian Minister. Ward tesLiied that England, by
The agreement was signed In the use of approximately 150
conformity with a request frm well-designed 'planes saved
Peru and will continue in force for Europe and "probably the world
four years from today and maybe from Hitler's domination.'
extended beyond that period at the Ward. in his testimony made an
request of the Peruvian Govern- aopeal for preparedness. Including
meat. vigorous research In aircraft de-
The agreement contains provi- Sign after the war.
slons similar in general to provi- -
sions In the agreements between
the United States and some other WALLACE BACK HOME
AmeNrican republics providing for
the detail of offlcrrs of the United WASHINOTON, July 10 (AP)-
States Army or Navy to advise the Mr. Henry Wallace, Vice-President
armed forces of those countries returned to the capital this morn-
ing by 'plane and the White
[House announced he would re-
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Quetn's Park 'A' Wins Bonanza Cricket Cup. iWfl
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Invincible Bowled For 95 In

2nd Innings: Lose By Innings


Q.ueen'. Park "A" kept the DoBonia First Class cricket cup when,
at tU Oval on Sunday afternoon, they bundled back Invincible for a
ia t*e second Innings and beat them by an Iin gs and In runs in
the final match.
je Parkltes played'safe on Sun- 4$-
day, for although they had piled f
asde y before, replying with 27T .... R eu
Ie n to Invincible's 62, they Sw P QIlf
oN"n"edto bat, and D'Arcy Gait Swee] pR ^ l
ad Arthur Trestrail smashed the '
bow to all parts of e field. Results of the one-shilling
4 w. ."f'- u: i ..... .ground sweepstake run on the
oalI 11 out brMilliantly, ad ground In connection with Satur
carried his ,score from 38 not day races are as follows:-
out to A7, still undetected, Tres- TWENTIETH RACE
traU reached 28, and the Parkltes 1st Prize ........ D 82--230
boosted their total to 320. 2nd Prize ........ E 534-$112
Nyran Asgarallt was the 1-.ro d Prize ......... C 330-S 56
of the Invincible innings. When Also drawn: A 393, D 413, D 175
th St. James team batted a second 440, 6X6, E630, D 404, B 269
time he played fine cricket and at9 3 139, and E 398.
one time his team's score reached TWENTY-FIRST RACE
into the sixties for the loss of but 1st Prize ......... E 583-$403
two wickets. 2nd Prize ........ C 53-$201
Asgaralli was leg-before to slow 3rd Prize ........ B 56-$100
left-hander Cecil Pouchet after he Also drawn: P 36-7. A 434, E 336
had scored 46 runs, and from then 0 505 0 328. E 295, G 601, B 102
on it was a veritable procession to P 24. and C 181.
and from the wickets of the other
Invincible batsmen, as Harold Bur- TWENTY-SECOND RACE
nett and Pouchet bowled like de- 1st Prize ........ B 693-1316
incs. 2nd Prize ........ F 199-$158
Burnett bagged four wickets for 3rd Priz. ......... C 167-$ 78
21 runs and Pouchet four for 29. Also drawn: F 325, E 590, B 165
Of all the other Invincible bats- p 430, B 215, C 728, C 469 C 799
men only Bedeshl made double 1-E 11, E 556. E 487, C 452, A 291
gtres, 18, and when Melville de P 539, A 505, B 152, E 153 anc
Souzawas "ducked" in the first B 414'
ball he received from Pouchet their TWENTY-THIRD RACE
hopes of avoiding a two-to-one de-
feat were completely shattered. Ist Prize ......... C 360--$403
Following were the scores :- 2nd Prize ......... P 552-$201
2rd P lrtxp ---__ R 55-110


NVINCIBLE lit Innings .... ....... .. t
QUEEN'S PARK-let Innings:
? H. tollnteyver Itw. ) dit Souza .
, "stollimeyer hit wicket b Super-
gd 87
5. Walter c N Suokram b All ... 53
i. Burnett r Asgaralhli b Jacktbir .... 11
L. Murray &b de Soza ...... 16
A Trestrall Ibw. be All ...... 28
A Murray b Jackblr ...... 1
C Wooid c N, Suokrami b die Souzaa .. 4
, 'Gait not out 57
M, Quene lIstpd. dliiiou b N. Sokramn 1
C. Pouchet b All .. ...........0..... .
Extras ......... ............... 42
T o al . ....... ... ......... ... . .......... 32 0
BOWLING ANALYSIS


die so iaa
Jackbir
M. All
Asgaralli
8ipersAd
Sonkrom
Scokram


INVINCIBLE-2nd Innings:
A. Dinoo c I. Murrav b Treatrl ....
H. Bedleahl c .1. 'ollhnever b Wood ...
N. Asparalll Ibw b Pouchel
B. Sookram c Biirnett b Pouielet ....
D,. Pieread b Hurnett ......
J. Jaekblr hit wkt b Burnetl
H. Akal Trestrafl b Poicrft
N. Sn3kram c Treitrall b Buirttll
N, do So uza e L. Murray h Pouchet
R. M. All not out
R. All c Qouenl b Burnett ..
E xtras ...................................................
T otl ...........................................
BOWLING ANALYSIS


M. Qlesnel ..
A. Tremtralt
C. Pnurche .t
H. Burnett


0
... . ......... 12
12
...... ..... O9


orU a 1- U .. .......* -IsJ--;AVV
Also drawn: F 642, D 72, B 134,
C 66, D 405, 0 712, D 619, G 787,
B 750 and F 197.
TWENTY-FOURTH RACE
1st Prize ......... D 577-$365
2nd Prize ......... C 94-$182
3rd Prize .......... A 271 -$ 92
Also drawn: C 466, 0 516, C 19,
C 632, C 142, B 163, A 725, G 202,
E M62. D 62. E 311, D 734, C 309,
A 119, A 486. C 739. B 732, B 533.
0 642, F 581, G 103, G 780 and
F 650.
TWENTY-FIFTH RACE
1st Prize ......... G 359-$403
2nd Prize ..... .. E 599--$201
3rd Prize ..........A 162-$100
Also drawn: A 347, D 740, G 519,
E 551, G 505, C 117, G 139, G 757,
B 131 and A 586.
TWENTY-SIXTH RACE
1st Prize ......... F 93-$346
2nd Prize ....... C 681-$173
3rd Prize ......... B 613-$ 86
Also drawn: F 304. F 386, D 744,
D 5, A 178, B 410, G 164, D 755,
A 256 and C 251.
GROUND CONSOLATION
Results of the ground consolation
six penny sweepstake ar:-
G 1959 and C 917-$&50
H11 61 and E 315P-$425
G 942 and F 194-$215
.H 454 and E 4185-$105
B 579 and B 2672-$ 5
H 1464 and F 2057-$ 30

Victoria Beaten In
Presentation Game


Bat A 15R~ Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
at Earn 1 n PRINCES TOWN, July 7-Pre-
Bata I m Fr a sensation of the trophy won by
Lead In Sei Fin Victorla Cricket Club this year in
Lead All S iia the Wong Lee Cup Cric':et Conm-
In a Bonanza Second Class semi- petition, took place on Sunday at
final seething with Interest, s ,the New Grant Savannah, follow-
MWseething with interest, Bealt in age between the winners
recovered from utter collapse, and Tn e between the winners
gpaned a slender 1--run lead on "nd "The Rest."
rist innings against Ashiton Villa The game was won by "The
.Playing on the Queen'As iar Rest." with a five-wicket victory.
/vanVnah on Sunday. J. Chadee, captain of the Vic-
Asahton Villa's L. Monroe, turned toria team, received the cup, and
tIn some fine performances in the individual prizes Including bats,
bowling department. He sent back gloves and pads, were distributed
to the pavilion four of Bata's bats- to players.
let0 for a score of six runs, there- Mr. Joseph Hinds, Secretary of
by helping to skittle out seven the competition, read an Interest-
Wckets for nine runs. ng report, to bring the evening
Mahadeo partnered R. Narayn- to a close.
Itgh at this stage, and pulled =
tbe I team out of a quandary. r *
boosting the total from nine forMarine Square
sen to 35. Other batsmen added S u
20 runs more to make Bata innings i-Finals T
ctose at 55. R. Narynesingh con- Semi- 1 Today
tribUted 24, and Mahadeo 15, while
R. Carrintor. claimed two for 11m e For onel and H. Nothnagel
and P. Pierre two for 20. moved into the semi-final round of
Ashton Villa replied with 40 runs, the Marine Squre Tennis Club
the btsmen finding run-getting a opens angles tournament.
ard task, Pierre being thn e only Forjonel defeated L. de Vaux
hardtnnPto rrea db leg uresnly t3 1-6, 6-4; while H. Nothnagel
batsman to reach dot. e figures beat A. Boaford 8-6, 6-1.
wKL arih 3 inot n ut. TODAY'S SEMI-FINALS
thI. aringsingh b gged one for W. Somerville plays C. Thavenot;
th bowlttersingh forand C.and H. Nothnagel plays E. Forjonel.
Sarapat, bowled three for 14 and
three for 17 respectively. FURNITURE

Possibility of Athletes for U I U E
Canada to be Probed
Bac'k here on Saturday from a L
business trip to Canada and the
U.^A, Mr c. Darmanle, Managing S L E
Director of Arima 'Bus Service Ltd..
anadha byre estwhile uip in
iorti u w t 25, Chacon Street
at..a had asked Capt.. Dr.
Phil Edwarts to investigate possi-
bty of Trinidad teams being In-
vited for athletic sports in Can- Tuesday 11th
M -I. July '44
Athletic Football Club 130 P.M.
For San F'do Sunday Instructed by Mrs. d'Abadle,
Mrs. do Labastide, Mrs. Smart and
Newly formed Athletic Football others, we will sell such good and
lub are making arrangements to useful items as- Simmon's Double
take their team down to San Per- Bed, Col Spring and Mattress.
On Sunday, July 16 to en- Malog. Double Bed with BOX
P_ the powerful. Iamy of 8? a Maho Double Bed with Box
tepowerful Lanes of San Spring Mattress, Cyp Single ed
l_ ..do in a friendly game. Spring and Mattress, DoubleCyox
The city team Is sll awaiting 8prnd Mattress. Twin Mirrored Box
te efnal deciso of y"1 ? 1. Sprin Mattress, Twin Mirro~red
the finn f Lan- Hang. Press, Mirrored Lady's
Dresser, Mirrored Dressing Table.
URNITURE FOR Cheat of Drawers, Wash Stand,
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APen, Convertable Oo-Cart, Pram,
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nig Table and Chairs, SBide
---- Board, China cabinet, E.P.
Ware. Glassware, Morris Suite,
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W n Rion Round.Top Table. 4 Table, Writing Desk, 2 Burner Gas
Chr, 1 Cabaget Buffet, 1 Tea Stove 2 and 3 Burner Oil Stovesi
Wollytu 1ic Drawing doom Beatrice Stove, Ice Chest. Water 4
ESi I Sette M 5 orriChars, 1 Cooler, Kitchen and Pantrr Wae, ,
W*U'f3tc Sq. Top Tble, 1 ICra- reeer, Mincer. Waxing Broom,
fl ed RooS m Suit, I Bed with Tr celing Trunk, StripS Carpet,
Plat Sprint Iand FibreOnt's Bike, Alarm ock Electric
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All-Stars


Clash Today

Buck Walters To Try
To Stop American
League Wins
PTMSBURGH, July 10 (A.P)-
Buckey Walter,. ace hurler of the
Cincinnati Red will try to break
the American League Al-Starw
winning streak in the annual All-
Star Major League game tomor-
row night at Forbes tield.
Billy Southworth, manager of
the Saint Louis Cardinal and
National League All-atar picked
Walters to halt the Amercan
Leaguers, who have won the last
three annual games and eight out
Of the 11 since the sries started.
Jeo McCarthy, manager of the
New York Yankees and American
League all-stars has not yet de-
cided oo his starting pitcher but
experts expect him to select Hank
Borowy. who won 11 and ost four
so far this season.
Walters' record shows 14 wins
and three losses,
Starting line-uss have not yet
been announced but the following
players are eligible to compete.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Calvaretta (Chicago): Walker
Cooper (St. Louis; Di Maggio
(Pittsburgh), Elliott (Pittsburgh),
Galan (Brooklyn); Johnson (Chi-
cago): Kurowski (St. Louis);
Marian (St. Louis). McCormick
(Cincinnati : Medwick (New
York); Miller (Cincinnati); Muel-
ler (Cincinnati) Musial (St. Louis);
Nicholson (Chicago): Ott (New
York; Ryan (Bostoi,.); Walker
(Brooklyn).
Pitchers: Walters (Cincinnati);
Javery- (Boston); Lanier (St.
Louis): Raffens Berger (Phila-
delphia) ; Sewell (Pittsburgh);
Trobin (Boston): Ferrell (Wash-
ington): Fox (Boston); Hayes
(Philadelphia i: Heansley (New
York); Higgins (Detroit): Hocket
iCleveland): R. Johnson (Bos-
ton): Weltner (Cleveland): Mc-
Quinn (St. louisi: Spence (Wash-
ington); Stephens (St. Louis);
Tucker (Chicago): York (Detroit):
Pitchers: Borowy (New York);
Grove (Chloagc); Hughson lBos-
ton): Leonora (Washington):
Muncrief (St. Louis): Newhouser
iDetroiti: Newsom (Philadelphia);
PanP (New York); Trout (De-
troit).


Savannah Beat Belmont By

81 Runs In Slazenger Final
SIaMnger Cricket Cup, symbol atof Sunday cricket supremacy in
Port-of-Spain. was annexed by Savannah eleven, who defeated Bel-
mont C.C, formidable rivals, by an 81-run, margin at the Queen's


Park Savannah on Sunday
Presentation of the handsome
trophy, which was to have taken
Place yesterday, was postponed un-
tIl later this week, when Mr. Charles
Penv'elra president of the competi-
Uon, wll hand over the cup to the
vicwtorious team.
Score In the match, which lasted
four Sundays, were Savannah 131
and 78, Belmont 50 and 79.
Set with 162 runs to make for
victory yesterday, Belmont col-
lapsed before the spinners of left-
hander Mikey Phillips and Roy
Sergeant for a paltry 79 runs.
Sargeant finished the day with
an analysis of five wickets for 22
runs in .S overs while Phillips
bagged four wckets for 31 runs.
While Belmont batamen were
falling in rapid succession, Roy
Seon defied the bowling to score a
fighting 33 runs. He played brilliant
cricket in his grand crisis knock.
The scores follow:
SAVANNAH ....... ....... 132 nld 78
aELMONT-Ist Innings ......... b0
BELMON't-ind Innings:
R. Ruberton b Phillllps .. .... .... ... 2
L. ochbard Ibw. b Aergeant ... 0.
A. Holder stpd. Ganteaume b Phillips 9
H. Oulllen bit wkt. b Sargeant .... 3
Roy Seon b Pargeart ..... 33
B. (archla r ianteaums b E. l,]iba 6
H. Jackson stpd. Ganteaume b Phil-
lips .. . .. . .. .
H. Mclntyro c Leiba b Phillips ..0
M. Jones c Fenton b Sargeant ............ 1
C. Dore b Sargeant ..... ........... 2
Xxt rs a. ...... . ....... ........... 7
Total .... .. .. ... ......... .... ............ 7 9
EOWLINO ANALYSIS
0 M NW
M Phillips ....... .......... 1 1 4
R. ar.eant ................ 8 1 22 5
X. lAlba .. 0 I 1

Time SavesCumana
Sports From Defeat
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
TOCO, July 10-Time saved the
Sporting Cricket Club of Cumana
from defeat against Sporting
Cricket Club of Salybia on Sun-
day.
The visitors batted first and
scored 100 runs. D. Persad 19; B.
Llef 17, S. Londor 10 and J. Kis-
soon 32; while A. Thomas took
three wickets for 21 runs, F.
Singh four for 21 H. Gardner two
for 29, E. Cadogan, one for 13
and 0. Kelly one Jor 14.


SA F A S*e iiao i i n .tam Coumu not ne-
A A Seaon gotalte the spin bowling of j. Kis-
S...A. S a. on soon, who bagged five wickets for
2. 2 eight runa, and at the close of
To Start Jl 22 play had lost nine wickets for 29
runs.
T.A.F.A. 1944 soc.er a .son will ---
start on July 22 with a rndtch be- tlp n P i
tween the Barbados touring team
and the Rest In aid of the Con- Captai'sPrize
vent Fund. Golf
Clubs are asked to send in their Go Saturday
registration, and season tickets are
avaihible from the Honorary sec- On Saturday, July 15. the Cap-,
retary. taln's Prize will be played for t
SPORTS TO PRACTISE the St.. Al Golf O tb.
Sporting Club ground will be Ths OIs a oey Co&petition
open to practice this afternoon. over 18 holes, handicap, and It is
hoped that as many members of
=- -the Club as possible, will be able
to compete.
T SportsT elub entry list hI posted at the
1ryers o r lu Club House, and will close on
Ii1 _. I i i ... Friday, July 14, at 6 p.m.


nect I4 ullcers
Trinidad Guardian Corespoadent.
PRINCES TOWN, July 7-Tryers
Sports Club, a recently organized
b Jy, have elected the following
officers for their 1944 season:-
Alfred Joseph, president; c. John,
vice-president; Roland Redhead,
secretary-treasurer, and Leo David,
assistant secretary.
The Management Committee in-
cludes the above officers, together
with S. Brathwalte, Luther Tobby,
and W. Semper.

ANCHOR WIN A ALL-FOURS
Anchor Factory defeated Guar-
dian 40-32, in a friendly All-Fours
fixture on Sunday.
The cigarette outfit showed their
supremacy all along, and at half-
time had a score of 20-5.

HOTEL MONACO
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Night Owls

Hold Lead In

Bridge Series
Naparima Night Owls hold the
lead in the Southern Bridge
League, leading Pointe-a-Pierre
Pyramids by two points.
The Night Owls, so far have won
all their six matches, while Pyra-
aids have lost one game.
The results are as follows:-
TEAMS AND RESULTS
Pointea-Pierre Presidents- Mr.
and Mrs. Gerty, Mrs. Hobart and
Mrs. Rohr lost to Pointe-a-Pierre
Pyramids-Dr. Schwartz and Mrs.
Pereira. Mr. MacNaughton-Jones
and Mr. Perelra by 140 points.
Na:,irima Nondescripts- Mrs.
Krogh and Mrs. Trestrail, Mrs.
Laizari and Mrs. O'Neil defeated
Pointe-a- Pierre .Panthers Mr.
Nixon and Mr. Skinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Leotaud by 900 points.
By a margin of 2,490 points did
Naparima Night Owls-- Mr. Mc-
Kenzie and Mrs. Hobson. Mr. Mc-
Lennand and Mrs. McKenzle de-
feat Polnte-a-Plerre Poinsettias-
Mrs. Wm. Morton and Mrs.
Thomas, Mrs. F. Morton and Mrs.
Nixon.
Following iL the League Sttnd-
ing showing the positions of the
teams:-
Following is the League standing
showing the |,osItlion or ithr team :---
NORTH SECTION
Team P W L Pt.. Pt.
Nap. Night Owl 6 0 t0 0W 13
P.8.P, Pyramid. 6 5 1 460 10
Nap. Nuinad 6 4 2 -- 2310
Nap. Nondeacriplsa .. 6 :.1 3 4030 6
P..,P Panthers 2 4 179n 4
P.a.,P. Plnsettias ... s 2 4 -. 46( 4
P.s.P. Pr,,sidenls .. 1 16 4870 2
P.a.P P.pelicas 6 1 -- 10820 2
SOUTH SECTION


Team P W L Pts. Pte
FoPurest Forester ... 3 3 0 + 113:0 6
Forest F,,rtreses .. 4 3 1 : 5780
Forest Fighters 3 1 2 56-- 30 2
Forest YFin, 2 0 2 3- 3550 0
Forest Falcons .. 2 0 2 7940 0
CLUe MATCH
Forest Reserve heat Polnt-a-Pierre
Club in a friendly 12 players. 36 board
duplicate match, iby 2680 points at lthe
Polnte- -Pierre Club


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SHORT NOTICE
SALE


By instructions received from
the Hon'ble T. Roodal. I will sell
by Auction at my office 29a Prince
Street, San Fernando, an Satur-
day 15th July, 1944 at 2 p.m.-
One (1) Wooden Building mea-
suring 28ft. Frontage with a
Five-foot gallery by 33ft. Length,
Galvanise Iron Sheet covering,
Concrete Pillars, having seven
rooms, situated at No. 122 Coffee
Street, San Fernando.
Terms of Sale-
Building must be removed from
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from date of purchase.
Cash at the fall of the ham-
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No. 15 (a) MUCURAPO
DINEMAI OF THE LIVMR ROAD
Congestion of the Liver (Torpid
Liver, Billousness). It is the larg-
est gland of the body. Congestion -
of the liver occurs In two forms,
First, the passive form which Is due
to disease of the heart and lungs; No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.
second, the active form, which is
due to chronic constipation, ex-
cesses In eating and drinking espe-
Wally of highly seasoned foods and
alcoholic beverages. If, in the pre-
a-nce of these contributing causes No. 0 PETRA ST.
the Innervation of the liver Li im- im fl 0( Woodbrook
paired, congestion will be certain ,W. Woodrook
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testinal disturbances, and some- No. 5. BATH STREET,
times Jaundice. Occasionally thlre
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Congestion of the liver, responds
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CANNED FISH


CHICKENN HADDIES
S14oz. Tin ___ 47

FISH BAL.S
28z. Tin 6Oj

FISH CAKES
28... Tin __ O0


PILCHARDS
1602. Tr


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TUNA FISH
225 Grmns. --

HERRINGS in TOMJ
14ox. Tin---

Cuboguo SARDINES
in Pemento 150
Gnrm. ....---.

SARDINES in OIL
150 Gims.

Cinme, SARDINE
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