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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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00705

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ING & CO., LTD. I No. 8 .17. 2MV TAR


h Threatt 'Doodle-Bugs' In France


o Leghorn
0 0

Pasa Also Imperilled
As Allies Strike Down
Era River Valley
f NOLAND NO3GAARD
M, July 11 (AlP-Americanl
1 striking north down the
M wr valley. tpday came with-
A|o 13 miles of the broad Arno
i. binn a fresh threat to
heran Iold on the great
i towns of Leghorn and Pisa.
huts are tully alive to the
danger.
they are able to crash through'
Formidable defences and
, the Arno River at Pontedera,
Americans would be In a post-
to wheel westward and drive
tI down the valley 12 miles
Sand flank the Nazi concen-
s which managed to stall
ijth Army offensive up the
C .mrI rnrf| n f
ft ars ,w w as reWftI rflited In *hel


UT.!OFJWJIPIW T NIDAD. W.L.V WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 1944.


Americans


Smash


British soldiers take a look
radioe-con'relled tanks loaded
the Russian and Italian front
Impression on the Allies. s
France to try again. The tal
the Naois In their ra


two days from United States S 9
W .Bvi on the coast who pene- So jvi'evl
to within 10 airline miles of 1 nI
before being halted by o v, JvJ ,1
C dzi units bolstered by In-
mfire from artillery and mor- 1
o significant gains were re-, (0
ed on other sectors of the .R nAW j
t. At the point of their near. R -
approach, the Allies are still 211 t A iC
s from Florence. IE str I I
But Steady 'f ''
Gains B US
0 July 11 (Reuter)-Though LONDON July 11 AP)-
Genmans in Italy are digging[ J 1 -
&nd launching counter-attacsa n methodical round-up of Germi
ise. points, the Allied armies |oue il o Svit
report small but stco.dy gains. completed whie other Soviet
frey Talbot, a B.B.C. reporter. tzalust Nazi troops encircled
king from General Alexander's .... ..... ....... ...
Liters says that everywhere.
the hills and valleys of .. ..
Ky the battle is hard and .Q U I I
*I i o w ith th e s t r e n g th e n e d [ . . . . . | J r
an'formations fighting bitter- For 1 1 l
delay the Allies all they can. F r lth
t the Fifth Army in toe west, Ale m.nt
said, have not allowed the stir- r
German resistance to stop Servic ro a
Zq momentum of their push andl T1 r 1 bu
Sdeveloping the wedge they I ve --
en Into the German positions The Colonil Office in Lon
heast of Leghorn. They are has already been asked by Gova
some six miles beyond Vol-I ment here to appoint a chain
,. ] to preside over the committee
rench troops of the Fifth Army. fvlew the medical and he
lbot says, continue to .flght and, policy of the Colony, the "ti
very stubbornly in the face of dad Guardian" learned yesterc.i
fie. Tank. of the Al i s How soon the appointment
the Germans a now fighting be made, will depend on the av
In thievery mountainous sec- abitty of t suitable person.
Go i.. .... Government decision Is In ac
11t. ,t _- ry 15I hold, Eanee with the recent adoption
IfistH.^_ SW SSnan CAM- .LegAUtive Council of a resOlu
iJ ure near' r~ ~akd and railby the Hon'ble Gerald Wi
of, Areso and have made I Junior Member for Port-of-Spal
g[ n along the. 190-mile While It Is felt that a local c
t. e Germans obviously re- mittee could be appointed. It
ar s a key centre and felt advisable to have a chain
ev ery move the Allies make from abroad.
dy brings down heavy mortar "With the appointment of
a-hei re. .. outside chairman." the "Trini
is no big change the GOuardian" was told, "a more
sector. partial enquiry could be c
Talbot reports. what. he "ducted.
N .to have .been dellber- Cot of transportation to
iece of wanton destruction by from Trinidad and mainter.,nce
.tml ns atr th ittl town Of the chairman during his stay h
a the plae o te fSt- wWl all be 'borne by Governm
a1 nd sanctuary, and .. the . uardlan .Informed..
of the beautiful cathedral of ..
U Mdonna. There In a full -1 Cu .. [n
llt this cathedral was solid- C0 OtlI.t eV M eet
by the Germans In at- Sta n le
lasting some hours. Tere W .I. Aircraftmen
di1ect hits on the dome and
thUr ch. The Germans had Twc thousana West Indians
Sthe water supply before arrived somewhere in England
II Loretto and though the cently to join the R.A.P., were
and Polish soldiers tried to by Colonel Oliver Stanley. Sec
out the flames with buckets of tary of State for the Colonies,
Sthe outer shell of the dome Air Marshal Barratt. according
Consumed, a B.B.C. broadcast heard last niz
ty-four years ago. Talbot A guard of henour of about
oL, loretto was nominated by strong met the Secretary of St
l decree as the home of the and Air Msr.lial Barratt. who t
I Saint of Ireland. I the salute tnd reviewed them.

after Petition' Coupons
low Mounts To Deluge
Monday's flow of "Water Petition" coupons became a deluge
tday u nearly 600 signatures were received. Some signatory
Sent to the trouble to mimeogroph their own forms which
filled up and sent in while others signed up on plain sheets
er pasted to "Guardian" couponS.
tlonal complaints against the--- -
PNshl caused by the water the ensuing scramble. In one ci
reached this office in which he interviewed, he tof
Addressed to the Editor, one that a young mother of six ch
L t correspondent stating that ren. after standing In line fU
elders in this district, whose 4 a.m. reached thec top of the I
have remained dry for weeks, Soon after the water was cut
been buying water supplies and she had no wa' to prep
sents per drum from an en- the children's breakfast. Later
9S carter who fetches it the day she was able to get a pA
a distant standpipe ful of rainwater from a neiglhboi
PlctOe Street resident com- cistern.
that he has to use drinking "Water Week Petition" cal
from the office filter to for by the "Trinidad Guardta
his hands at home "I am gives residents in Port-of-Spa
Nick and tired 0 telephone. and suburbs opportunity to ah
Sthe turncock station at Government the extent to wh
SPritnce's Buiding, e.ac time ,Ithere is anxiety in the City tor
the '-am TaB -i-r "W. better water supply that the c
UNt y sae wAer, viz.- ,We &Water Authority has been afro
"gie you some soon." he ing, as well as evidence of t
Strength of 'the demand for G
I ? TAMPnE elementt take-over of the respi
S.y ..TAW9DIE ability for the city's supply.
'I'l.ln1l OuW din" reporter Residents of the Port-of-Spi
M ornlng making a sur- water area are asked to sign a
Ilte Belmont area one of out out the coupon and send
WOMt-hit districts. found that immediately to the "Trinidad Gu
E P er ped, .l a? th adan" oftice. 22 St. Vincent Stre
1 8itpanDisn ed .'i,. Tao he elded coupowsa will be t
A&WA ., fro m about 4 wara.de to the Colonial Secretar
0e"ty morning. Lines are M.,ce as a etition to Governme
..fomrmed but it is not ;to tal'. over the water system fro
for perso;. t be hurt in the Cuy Council.
WATER SUPPLY PETITION
all tS 0ivineed that the long-standing menace to public health
of l.fe and property in Port-of-Spain have now reach
lJ n livaera. for the GOwrvan I take ova
"*ii Coun d &M p e mmd aih uat, and
IM^ ^dwbt#4 -peu&tla
Signature ....*...... ...........

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PEPITONAS
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CANNING & COS, LT.'


OffensiveA


Within 2 Miles Of -St. Lo


Normandy


Battlefront


!Aies PouDnd German Commentator
aAllies Pud Bares The Iard Facts Fourth Term Advance Imperils
l i T o L O N D O N O 1 y 1 1 ( R e i i t e r i J
I J II~l I |commentator. Rave the Germ E ntire G erm anI! v -
Nazi Fortress LONO:n For Roosevelt Entire German
r"people some hard facts about
a tthe Ge war. He s.id: 'We are now lIT ^m I _
lat three German "doele-b*-- 3,000 Bombers Smash faced wit th en compassing PrIesidcnt WVilling -i ll l
with high explosives. Firt us on and unrelenting act that we ,u, se.n V JL J NJ
to, they (ailed to make much of an Munich and Berlin In are forced to conduct defensive W e Sr'e FtIlon,
the Germans brought them over to Mieale. T e tt battles on a great scale on or v. i ..N..... ... ..i
nks shown here were abandoned, by IMiserale Weather three fronts On etery one of tIt S it< ICsIrcs B JAMES LONGn
pid flight from the beachhead. B A I these front. we have ie) ilit RT 0' E AU I
[__ By AUSTIN BEAL-MEAR against considerable superioritvy WASHIINGTON .TJluIv tl (AP.T SUPREME HEADQUARTERS OP THE ALLIED EXPEDION-
7- AUPREME HEADQUARTERS In manpowesr and material 'ie'idrnt Roo e'velt said -day h' ARY FCRCES, July 12. I a.m. AP--.American troops, in a powerful
A .ed 4xpeditlonary 'orce, Juli fighting strength. 8". .
-% -| 11 IAP)-Smashlng against Hit- "Th e can be no d'ubt, that w'ouild accept the Deniocrtatic re- irw offensive supported by hundred of big guns and dive-bombers.
ller's fortressr Alfrom skBritain and this situationeh' s rr ught, with nomination and serve a foutth mashed to within two miles of St. Lo yesterday, conquering the
C ornplete Italy, three Allied sky tl~ee4, to- It that moment fir all of l"ld~heh:dmntigta i-Nrad onnuiainscnr n
** Itailing some 3,000 'planes, ham- armed forces and the people tei ,if wr,',<- Inen[ hts dominating that mid-Normandy communications centre and
Fre T e e in tererMunichain dde tee f--he.hir- lThe ,'elden Imperilling the entire German western flank.
NI 111" ll d 1 0 area, tme F'rench Mediterranean 7 .......ee of ....rt because it made hi* inten. l..
p or, of roulon I'd German rocke-t Is a yea e i| mediate ci tIns m id lhi ien.W ofStthe Americans
pJ. lic'1ofnthe in adiathee AmeridcanO
p O f N azis bomb nests, as bad weather again in the immediate sene ad not i letter to" Mr .steadlh, pushed the enemy back onl
lnlimited air activity in Normandy remote wa rltle happening.' l 3Robert Hsnnegan to I.essav. the German coastalI | KOll
Jr 1 [ More than 1.100 American For- ""-- r the P'Loca'il (nchor, five P miles south o, rap-1 d' .V V,
Stress and Liberators. thundering Natml Chr ed Is e Pl the Allied
It I iI r 1eover southenern Germany under an l .n-, I man. who inform.' comtnmitiulie saidt ImIi11n
M in B. sk.lA^,Jmli escort of some 750 fghters umrd um/ed I ilr l ed tll- Presidt t Frontline despatchsth said the FromA Vl Hl ll
.. .... well over 3,000 tons of explosives on o d72 .P ster th a t suuffletnt Arlerira's ere onl v threr miles
Muin\n skM es ounces of.. targets I dn te fVIC- r nt--i i ti -iio th Ulege.x ).d fs10s lsav and within f our miles na 1 11
nELL LANDTOM announced targets in the v Ii ntP pleaded f o 'o, h of Perier nnooher imioriant ,nc-i 1 aipan
WELL LANDSTROMniy o th Nai' srn ciy C o t s F o pn m nto 'I ii on t e1esi .To od
-Moscow announced tonight that the despite miserable weather which F'ri PRES ROOSEVELT'th e n inc ." tt ,1 Oi the es .ten n To rthe *
nityce bo brirsh s PRtEu SCEL t h e iio'tii(,ratle OnI the eastern and of rheoad -- -
forced bombardiers to use ..l.truEYconvention which opens in (hi ago oa fr. t a WASHINGTON, July 11 tAp)-
an remnants trapped east of Minsk wa .s F nre oo use British a Admirlfh mT" z. today u nt td re
o eD i l l ox Iweek.n an o cil,, 9R lp Onle Y p r
forces continued a battle of annihilation IReuter states that 20 Allied UpI Y o 1 1 A t ,..., .,, w nt t,!Can adie Ad ialt A in&itart r eptingted
a bombers a.d two fighters were f t,.tti...a..eI.t il adi rjond olithwe lof C'- near t at nesme hdans arg routing out
at Vilna --+ Official figures on th toll of In addition to hammering by tAle Naiiii o CuunciI o ,f1r.La- dired ihN lt, cI"" ntfivirin-chief|, falon CSu'n the Si-l hv'"mered Sal on uatnda" swatldwiein ovg
om M~lllh Nazt a L headuer if till l(t s, .1 .I(A n peopl f l li llew P h' ( sHl f'eP
German casualties resulting f'o .Munich., Nazi Pary v headquar- tion of Laoaa ,loi- t ,ll npie- ce f 'I fI.-.' "l i p le of "i my'v "d '' v ani
rt the Nazis headlong flight irom ters, Berlin. capital of the competition lor a p r te, bt. ub d Tltth e t lUnited;t Stl,'," wnfh s hal ia'te .'l.awd1,oC t aes. At thl s amne lime,Admiral N .mIt
r Minsk was not disclosed but the Reich, wa also attacked last in connection ,n emp ire YoI Th e< Pititgnn vet nwoa, of In, hd rln .ds sevrl imes. warships to t.he south It
broadcast Russian communique, night by heavy bombers.] Iendy .1 iluiii o u t' in-' tin i ntent'" i o'-"lns "t it PreIT% con. reported----- ^ ?" ^ "' ,^ 1?*
brodcat ussancomunouc niht eay Imbns ~unclay. t.ie InturniAtion011 1"ce al-'i f'rvnc'e when a itepomtIt viask d him' the Manianas continued shelling
Said more than 2,000 priasonersA the same tie. Mediterraneanfouncedysteridate. te Codan- osif he hd, ,tt<, to M s n.ae tl id t a itants Guand m,o-me American base. Theln l
lhad been taken in the final day sent fighter-escorted Libetors-A The coialpotlaor was arranged -aout the convention l ir ae o a
of mopping-up operations east of a force of probably more than 50.0 for the obuanceo May 21. 141 no Ii nion of the l a.tdeMontgomcrbdme n as b ee
t' a White Russian jitaly raising *---flew across ti-ic Mediterranean but as th te l ittle..iiabie ortil e1 anti thle status of Vic(--t i'esid It Admiral Niniltz also reported
1 theunofficial day-to-day tabu Pa- from Italian bases to make their reception of o iersasentriesas Wallace re,.n ined urt i i.,np .n CN THia CI.N FRONT. Jumler that shore-based fighters lnew omt
I lion of German killed and wound- sixth attack on harbour installs inocequate "r them to be cti- following Iis the text (if tMrt on n 1i1APi. Gonersl Mcemet frOM Saipan to attakpagan Is.




med in the area to approximately ions at Toulon. pidercbeore thanetdayte, the Cortn- toievelt' .l'lette to M. Jut'e IIll nd "the tiat-wrrkedci t an p
idon Wo,00. dil accordinigly uace piovlsioll iort.-Iinnnexan, the Denmoc'ratic Cv~ _of Cecinl ito todty cinid wild the Mandiri enemy la s it Fiday. ithe



ansnnte ros ir h s ro f the te r u s gI e themtbe held o-er or coinpreti- n anncing her %il accept a thiro of tleenhbta s. who mt intense anti-aircraft fire, but
'nan offensive was indicated all along Britis h ome-hased Lanasters ion later In te year, and has cd f' ter t': quickly recognised him tas no by Ja
eto nthe 350-mile cenral front with With ighte br escort, making up an- Ctoben 7 as tile closing dtt The potShl'o o. bu att ls rteorts ie t, ws irsn nti.in te, No th P
lth 450 populd places taken during otner s filing for e of perhaps .00 their reoe -lception--_ int tLondon.irtoAinolast r emortn I M i.et
dad, 'n RoLsus tHr sarn r ,planes gave flying itesin "h cmeti is oe to "I'arrlntiA hands and 1anuberofVenturasarch 'plaIes bombed
e tedvratandhinsgh no th s tr rtlb om stes "pater t iwtion whe pihd t al e anneol 'an, vo n lthve GSGIai tanks TeRknockedG Ot Patushro and Shumushu, In
tgan 2 ee reortd northern race their first Pls- scho ol pupils, art tudenxsa-nidw-ritten rttht- inaccordancewith The ericascaught t t u chn ver e
can Already within 60 miles of Emst ting in 4a hours, and returned members of youth organizations, the record, the majoritap offthlla 1a0Gnrl ere sladtte d oynhe Monderayst.













sal rrtiates and a B li torle sove -10 ithoutlos I- I l etIs Ofthe a'lacJasGeneral we..... ....d by.the bo-bers &U
Siles Prmn oati e oer 0( l wt out and an Empir e eprizeg f$2Ei4for le'egute have been directed toor Ga g e ta
Sen f thol seaort 4 t raiders contiued tov xompet tiondamong yo1 ng people vote for my re-no.inatIon for the-m isPhlost omen t. a those bas 10 oto ondoa
c ta r- Riga, Russian a oaj, threatened plodst over Londo t coratoda o the Empire aI a whole. will bel on-ffice of President d an e woe tm.n But even Ian the toeth of hales Isl
.by d h iurly to break-thoua gh t ohe al eaftier a e*m-latlvequievita t awarded to the entry w.lichis you in candour a s hiple talI m~l ete sermanounter-attacks. l, the
tion Nazis' crutmbling del ils a n d the capital selected for reproduction," the arnt of nmv posito. If the convention British are wedginP t into positions we





gh, German radio lnitted the "S- At least six robots were knocked nouncement states.There will be hould cirty out thise nd noin- 1om which il-iy seemed sure to o
S e tom d w a second Empire prize of $120 ed oa t hePes e eoall ti Nazi front their Is 1
:om- Tile dwindling distance between I No Immediate explanation five additional prizes (if $24 oacim. ccitt. If the' People elect ,tle I will Orne. stsi'd oppotelte Caen. Ft-om







wa iGeneral tChern iakhovsky's troops for the let up was 1 given, m ht h.a bn o- o.in s warf northeaist of Cm. the Trii
man .... messae."Th mt-o ..... ,1 ............. Th e t w--- vryoneofhor.fomn orst hesto. tialent r the ritRaide
Canadian tested for thp poster is 'The Great whom he has to talce his orders, smashed a mile o more throuhavi







fictsituato n rn rmthe Nazi1 General- staes but observers' notedlthat
an theay buoatbswerear the sh O nedrl tsay ofYoh f'Theor Such officers are euhoer oorea e n, Colombelles to the northern ot-N
SIn Russian-.ands. ^ from a more easterly direction are required f or a double crown The President is Comma nder-inskirtsII of Faubor d Vaucell and ADVANCE ALLIED HEAD-
eon LONDON, July 11Reuter) than previously. Tis evoked 00 in. by 20 In. upright) poster. Chief anti he, too, has his superior Upstream frontCaen. they wo n..QUAITS .. New Guinea, July 12







.i Another German general has conjecture that the German s They should be preferably full-size, officers--th people of the United fourmile foothold ongthe (AP)-Southwst PacifLibors







fro. Pols te. .. ..ad T the MB.sOI. w the erentil o3 p ta te appoacin Th tiom mUlltwe woe dnl -- o foT. .. h, out o- ............ ,, as
fallen Into Russian hands. He were using emplacements fa- or to half-scale, n. by 10 in.,i States. I woud ept and serve, bank of the 100-foot wide river blasted Yap airdrome In the Carl
and IS the gene-i commanding the there east along the Ctoast due full size is not practitnble. The but I would not run in the usual Ines again, this IC with 0 to
of erman 27th Army Corpsni probably to rAllied smashing poster. which will be pned In partisan Political sense. SLOGGING THROUGH e. e. e ine
cler mnIn waceworin teP dolai s Canada will be reproduced by (PLEASE-TURN TOPAOE I COL. Miy wwon destroyed.in









-nt h oerfel into .J yviet hands in a c s n t e do Ca a lithograph 2 M ic m ethods. The num -Mi wa b ------a dtr oyed in. .
S tne t' .orap east of Minsik. More area oro l te ar u .o ..... I
than 2,000 prisoners wer n Rocket bombardment yeh c he of colours h should not Exceedn-Carentat, the Americanss. i half an hour fighting over the lo
taken[ with him. This completes erenwsesoon"iish ig efo llowing words f'omu hesdquarttrn theislogaing through marshlands, Cap- land. The raid occurred on Monday
t akn with him .insg comp lete th G r- s ca te I wclaled n tsed s ign:'m pireT raw l e Sunklured Hai Verne" and 1e Mesuil Other Southwest, Pacific bomber,.










man forces encircled h'.te. American Marauders and Havor Yenth Sunday. 14. !Competitorseotnc sonbu tea e--e i.s tco. p.men ............ , i
l late In the iday, bombed what w MA Introduce additional appro en C noml on a t Day nd patrols probed tanker ........ Halmahera Island west
and the Reich fonter- stretch onicially described as mi ita wlate I ,-tthey_ wish to ten Lieratn of stp, seven New Guinea on Monday. Als.....................
spanned In a few objectives"In the PasdeCalais"Enforie s shouldbesent or miles fm te Thetn at- bobd were enemy Installations at
that co bsandnaf" tCrould be s en t oreLONDON, July it Reuteri -The tack was dowin th.' Carentan ; ead Sarong on the ti. of Dutch New
who days-Is deepening enemy fears area.gpnesumabl,;flyine bomb sites brought to the EducationgDepart. of Navf'slight mastow h t Ai. ii P I ab adiOi
which have already prompted w o l t on related installatIons. Other nmaun. 1, Hays Street, Port-of olre An "t.'-,'ii a:-e a I thin C... Palait a
me oaepanfr the evacuation of marauders made a simultaneu pin eoeJuly 31. an~d eachhaecmofbstInnterlshDLAKTR TO PAGE 3, COL. 31 sin.
me orea- wom nnhdrf anattack on rail lines at Gamaches, entry should bear at label giving wi the bre tl The --- -- ---- -- i











.ld military headquarters from East 10mi all esppy. Ic ast ne uowane WaohiCh w aill e- bonnet ok Olace early on Sunday I ---.-.......................... '
t.to Prussia. town of Letrep ord oT resut' (-That for the pon of n tent at the n laton and rne ooultU is a mem- morni g. The British ships stik..... ............... l











,T %-I .- y e S SS S -- y l w D -q b n i dd U o n a l w e tor m e | m ve l y l t W l l b u t u v s" I m t w e e n " Mm ~ b y aP p ra S m~ t es g S S S, H t l" l r0 "n O *. *... . . .....* . ". *... .. . i M A y :
ght. M eanehale the Polish Prtime Mein. line from Paris. ber." ote trawler 'v,'h torpedo ehits ant






















atn Bimmtaitona*< crnted out at Coconit ?y .oueulart tedd pea to nand it tat numxro > a~dk~n fOI M.......... >M| K
,ndl T eosful eleven .re: I.d--r'.8? to erw ,to, Le .^^'. ., -,-t l,.,.. Mr.. llS efII1 _".~ W^ toe D e,. '-Ld. .. I
itl A. ', ttc cirJ, j.' "r.u-, a.I rM--yor-*_ov~e. a! prvinal u l..!_ 0.exped ta leave .or ,nei tht he , ,ccepUfa the IrIIc *1 Rwiborou_.".................. "";........... *>' jl
eet. a. Ister'Wa. ,oIn a statement, said the Pol-Qesv o Ocer 1. hIs rttely daor the ivil another. The WIN T E WAR ASSOCIATION..... '
orate ish Underground Army was fight-r In unI-( Lower the rated prance was In with l a e W Ma ]-
tk Ing in the open on a u-....large 5 tSm caleOF) TRNI.D--DT". wU In e neral eSOaune an OlS Il A _.
Imn theol .r, 'l.m.to". Po l14 to 1._. nom up tu l E num Endstwo wls Three-Hour ll Tamens it is expected to uo a rmewtd. 01 TDA AN t O A ., _IlIl l
grodev egoils. Hesaid: "Poles are tleadquawterst,
takipir an active part In the str..iuln.9tat." traL
gte for Vilna in auite of the djf u lisP s
fieil't situation arisingf from Wi~eVth W ater Issue Undecoided AlisP hTE TOU ND EPL 19t.ice Dre
fact that strong German forces From Ukhrul T THOUSAND PT











S n the centre of the cit ." B On are nN y. on up; t which bo Iar d I
"Militry operate ons by,, .P- After discussing for more than8 there e hours yesterday evening--- the I KANDY, CYLON, Jill. w Wll W .
lish Undground Arm." he added report of uthe Wat ermergeny Committee headed by His Worship r .....................-p .ersn ...... e
"will he'll to -w:en the Germans fgtn orenhAm ros
from Polish territory and. T be- the Mayor, the City Council adjourned until 4.30 p.m. today. The pusliting on) front Uhu haerAt 0houe,144 0,6' pron 'r egserda










.ieve, wilt go further in stlh- debate wa.s unf inished and there Wa ter to SLOrsder the letter reuchei village nitle nles to I hl
ge in conditions for a Poli h-Sovt aSt tear the southwest. Stragglers a WAR SAVINGS CERT ICATS
| W~ understanding." f tt ro t. ns Seret. onthw ater-sit uaton which it was still being rounatt ded up north 1and
. LONDON. July It (Reuter) intended to bring forward. + .. est of v ii.'.ul..
The '.e ..s1.nasp stil. al nakini In the Mogau g valley t ie ad-..
of advances In Pirn'and, Rooter The committees recommended as ~M~..l~na~o vanlcing Clinlese troops flomn Mo-
states, and a E.E.C. correspon follows:- 20M edLical Sch5 s. giung have pu-viied foiwa-d a.ong
dent in Stoc!,holm reports ta)-That the vacant posts of Twthle Kamaing road and are now WnteWrAscainCnrswt ae fOe
thtthere Is stt~iRoe orR- n Asstn Egnerand Addl- For Wv.I.This xearl olyabutfiv ad nlf miles WnteWrAscito eteIit ae fOe
und lanrti to 'he tie-up with Oar- yearly salary of $1,92 riingby'Tw'enty medical scholarships.t down the load from Kamaing ~It
many. Tho correspondent equal annual increments of $24 four of *which have been allocateda sell..
ine. Trade tTr't'sn Conw-esa has 62,880,. with travelling allowances imn ad.....t.riih...astatte.n.s..tr....mxmmyeryslayo.h.h omtolr o eelp acasBak at-f4an .,..... 1433
offsent a letter from, its 85000 of $410and $360 respectively, be mGuitana, h iave betapovedB r enhC rntish~a-4510.,...,. d,1.
Ila 1 embers repudiating the So- bimmediately filled; and .that for bteSc-r fSae Forec Co mittee I "' da
In tl Democrat Partv's deioislhttthe purpose Of so doing applies- t0 eColones o awar to e111 LDOIW t oabA.16Uoui... 4.WS
al- to support the Government. lions from Persona, particularly thedClanisuens :r aadurin o194, C T WokI rane 6,auw iitlts*La wcai ..
-In Itsderision to unis Oth with experience In water and Td tdnsdrn 94 ci IW orllsistIn91rrance a" tr'enatr *..
ur's sewerage works, be Invited by pub- clordingito ani official notice ap.'111 Y u N0iur m tAO30a. ossotrti a Vnlrs.... I
Germany.] lie advertisementl, preference being nearing In the British Ouiana LONDON, July 11 tAP) -.m 0Ae x S 4Am Ullida& ilt, 10Un&iJ~
[ldgiven in the filling of one of, such PrwFrench Committee of National 0 og............. .i i
is iPs odn posts to persons with such ex- The scholarships which are ten- Liberation may set up advance IfbS0011INC ........ ................., 020iec
(b)-That an experienced water- three to fivoi years, include free Of Fiance soon, but establshment 13 Cuto. uggandfe a Ca,. ld-armnd .......dub11111
~ Matric. Examination woksengineer from abroad re- asg "th:ntdngoIfisfllgvriguscleyo
~ eleen cndidtes, ho 10k te taed asa coawta~t t advise and return, outfit allowance, mcl- soil oa. the 4oonleland will await 14-"Jn. .,. . . .0
rd-t I don matriculation Examination the Council generally on Its water 109l eupen$Es. tuition tees and sub- capture of the bcigtly. Tzhe pe- 1 San UA .......................
te last January, passed !in mall supply.' fr te titw o 5515)00slowilnee which will be sounnd of Genera do Gaulle0's or- I aP0114114 ............ e
,,, subject, aiiufor ttoetpurreose of)T0413eualfor allStudents at the santo pulsation and French consultative 1 rla.................
,o-releasedyestera y% Mn. W. uDl. obtaining ditoa wt m le nversty, but wl aybtenasmyapprxilmatees 11,011 m ~- 1 Ie ate. .............-.....
Inis, Scrtay orExeraldiatel, i IIIw rksset-#rthIs%.- 51,104 and 612.20 a. year, accod-th"rCebor orCit eup. 0P134)0iWl......t.


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V X0Wm*MAY. JLM Y. UI
Mr. Roosevelt Will Stnd

If The Demcrats Desire
IN normal times the selection of the
: Presidential caUdidat s by the two
major political part of the United
S States t a matter of worldwide Interest.
Today it Us of greater impnrtauce because
a we an a te turning pjint of a war In
*which the United States Is a major part-
ner, and when the United Nations are
planning for the peace that will follow
their victory The final choice will. of
r urae, rest with the people of the United
states. but the decision of Prcsidmnt
Roosevelt to accept the Democratic nom-
ination at the c ,nv.:nt o, next week and
to serve if ce(-tcd wi;l be welcomed far
and wide among th,- people outside his
own country, who acknowledge the great
S debt which the United Nations owe to
his share .n th lcadCrsthij) of the anti-
Axis Iron'.
1 In accepting th.e iminaticn, Preasi-
dent Roosevelt ra>es the is:,;ue above the
partisan plitica plane The question Is
* not whether his opponents fear that a
"dietatoisl.p" v:ll] emerig from a fourth
ternn, but wheth'- the peopl) desire ihe
S Commanderi-in-Chlcf of thie United Statey
Armid F'orcers to rontntio at his post. If
the pccpl- conmmnand him to remain in
oIr.':r he says, he will hav,, ais little lr ilt
S to withdraw As a shdiri i as to leave his
post In the battle li.i A\ lihe hader of
the earned Io rTrs. Mi:; P)s'vrlt has Hn
excellent rocor)d Hii soldiers y.laI iiir
men, m ad lmaim' inis a' r lon to n (vervwi'f'f
and so arte those of ii s Allies v'io hal c
received c isupplip,; in enoriore sl i qit'iti lles
fromn hLs ar''serld,
Mr. Rcoscvc'l *,y,,1 ,(' ,c ha, n v,) wish to
run again, but ivill do s ,f ith people
want himn. ls opponents il aknowltd',re
the President's political acumen, and
they will attribute to tis rhis pref'Trence
for avoidance of domestic issues and his
S request to the people to re-elect their war
leader. They can say, too, that there Is
nothing wrong in changing tihe cornm-
mander-ln.chlrf in the nirdst of win, and
that It, would h'b wrell to ,ave a y junger
S man in the White House wi,+ would be
able better to intrrpilt the point of view
* and the desires of the rrlliois of Amert-
cans In the battleliirs, flitl ng ior a b-t-
ter world
Indeed Mr, Dewey anticipated Mr.
Rooac vit for, in accepting the Repub-
lican nomination, he aid,' "The military
S conduct of the war is outside thLs cam-
paign. It is and must remain completely
nut, of politic,, .s.. a lchangre In adminis-
,., tratlon next January cannot and will not
l Involve any change in th conduct of the
S war." And he laid tn emphasis not
merely on the ability of his team, but oo
'' their youth, to enable them to accomplish
S the task which they wish to undertake
.1 There will be no diff,'rences of opinion
between Democrats and Republicans
L: about acceptance of the three objectives


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Mr. *uOeeVH maeam ho hI&*ttsr t

Mr. npmmY'i ,-f Mr. Dewqa
desire to taliU 0 fntele !n the
shortest p ft ut wn ta o that
future warn il be Imporbe; and to
prvds jae and af dAei 't living standard
lor AnerCan now In the armed forces
ant thUo st laoe. Where they dfer s
hwom b at theM ealdoat they ca place
th ir t hat to acIeve the third objective.
ThM dIIon wW not be known before


Act At Once To Safeguard
The City's Water Supply
THE support already given to our cam-
paign to secure signatures to a water
supply petition to be sent to the Govern-
ment Is most encouraging, and proves
what we already knew-that people of
every class In wld*ly separated parts of
Port-of-Spain are affected There is hard-
ly a district In the city from which sig-
natures have not cornn, and it is evident
that burgesses everywhere are tired cf the
conditions which they have been forced
to endure for .o long.
We urge upon all who have not y'et
signed the form printed on our front
page the great importance of doing so at
once It has sonetimns been said that
Trinidad people are to) lazy to help them-
selves, but we should like this campaign
to prove the saying wrong Signing the
fornim entailss very ,slight effort, and unless
the opportunity is seized today !o one
will have the right to complain tomorrow.
Convinced that only a complete Govern-
mnnt take-over canr improve, the Port-of-
Spain water supply. we ofTIr our readers
a chance to join wiLthi us il rid .oke their
opinions felt.
The puIlrpos" Is to so 'o'r sIIrI a 'v' 1-
iiii:' of :,igiatml'( a wil. l giv, the O(V-v
0'rliIIn'nt c('Iwi' rniri;)dat 1' t ;s ti II hlIm an
t,,nd(cncv to put <,f' till I.rilorrow what
,should be d(;iie t((daN; ii Ilie> is some
thinir which aInnot)t walt. The darngfi Of
d,'lay tr o, obvious for on' iiiy ;r, t asidl
tic fornil will (ve'ly inteitlrion of sirlnittp,
it later, thln l()',g',lt ti d!) so Anid minl ss
tell izc ns (of Port ol Spo ii r.pr'ak now
in ulriso)I thlioulgh tli;.s '-elttioin, we :,liall
not be able to show tl,'' Ojvei rinit that
the great majority want an end put to
municipal water control nnd t I, in(on-
venience and danger that go with it.
We know our readers are solidly with
us. but how can the Govrnment know
unhlss our readers say so? Every sig-
nature counts, whether it comes from a
downtown tenement or a St. C(lair man-
sion. A reasonable supply of water is tlh.
right ofr everyone, and its absence Is
equally deploral- wheirver experielnc(d
But relief cannot l ('oin iv i) rrt lT r ini
silence. s;gn tire folll in [it l.y and r-nld
It In
We higlhily viriiornil tlhiosv of (er,
readers who have linhad tir i( manifolded, and crlhlrct.cl tire sg'.nattil.s
of friends and relatives Otheis whio have
pasted the form on to a large sheet of
paper to make room for numerous sig-
natures have shown th"ir srlves equally
enterprising This Is the spirit which
gets things done, and we hope such ex-
amptl-'s will be widely copied
Let ius act to s;ileguard the Port-of-
Spain water supply for mursrlves and cur
children, And let us act now and all
together.


tsupplv i nsbooml greatly 4"pUroyed nl 'm"4 Mooc t1d Ulke the ltid ehol ras.-Only to ba'alk at a
lay COnnaetaegtaift the again U fly iD iodot he tpageaus- .third taroand nwa orh
pi*. F'or goodness e." .c #Va.l reaWaeJ oteM. W vkie 1oa. ,e a DON'T MISS ITI
not ^ inap!laoaSs mmn sae I~~1~lait rCs wa orh
mWendell WillklIl1IM Republicn
Wy1 do-orProedure.IpreAlem ni o ines, aked"'Iswit
,o te oti. U l'I5t te & main I t W xt-hook or writtenB ,w whe informed of the
a2prla tt enate int tbe, e ",I we>ee 60VSN<1*i n
lC S& th*te m water 10a n,1 bU t .us. t velt-Hasa" an letters, y
foheu t wh ykp It Po1I II tthatnC 0I hi" topic ll held lkl avoidedvthe
bc .1him, p'ane commentvo t
PI'Z=I~gll Ifone I'tliftbod, s of Wwarol__ IlP.llllli, l !e II Ipll lo Inghld b &I ost every
"'D A,, A, nevu1is uth e politician in tthe OsUtrv that there "


(s'hert %? t yele_.. ..S.. a 1?e > ||W
Chtarltteitset, mbar oana& awatst wa caver much doubt about the
first autm a &in. _____ i 441* f another white
Help For UsompIhyeii tailed ttiy atthe and do- Uaswaaa bid,0
Hel Fo U I ~ a .,tPVol t All ony-hileUN09NR THEDISItNGUIP90O PATWONAGI F
The Mu ', "rTv i -'.agimaea *-ch k l aS his w .f aid a Gtouardil.at New
te tlk alkee o ner et4tO fg ldipy hear the sewshUt frankly.eI:'es. E UXCELLENCY THE ACTING GOVERNOR,
the tnefsle~vdmg. he .m~up~,e not prgouj surprised and
te oatU .etI,.ee WO, HONDLuE A. 3. WRIGHT. C.M.., C.5Ia.
the Otrnets sOokina ea tro.Tv ""t,
aO tt aaw's Rt sm tan tft u"made as 'terbeg- ,
hel0 Wt* le e S e ar mftrIthUsa oeo to m4= un Wareee Sesieg it U',mNo"Po'
of W PI & the I# 447a, J n w-ye a tll
)mill, e vt Wly 111100114 and heJCS inc t- bfwas swr *an I* C wiil l bo'0 uaa
001" emWM in.theLambodEhtewt TRwAigmfluldthh New, o&i Mlkos
lm"^ 0 tW t'4 miend S-i'wish oW ev
aoeSr7o tat'd Ds ite th hnm thla tl -t ruw.-. ;. -..-q e t, .g oaS Je e band
J116111411 M IAMsI ttUito Wafla


THERE IS A LOT OF MONEY IN


RUM
There are in the island of Trinidad


IFI EACH OWNER WOULD DONATE $10O
IT WOULD KIAN



$40,700.00oo

for the

BRITISH RED CROSS INVASION APPEAL


"It YOU CAN SPARE MORE SND IT-IF LESS STILL. SEND IT
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+-'"'Mi m la^Government ,..n

T-, --= HJ-MI DUCK SHOOTING MILIT A
1 SS3 Mn Mving to mt eo... i UlntM O
-- nab of, ,we n th Ict s NOT IClt
........ It:, Aictftd .)of 10 nC011111#1 011
1mIStUln of Mr. N L. Drooba. bOII eSO)uoew+
To~~w 27th1044 W, i th Igm p- i ,,
To The City Fathoms Ome," den wad S I om
t' m n~ m I il o.)m el of tW di lO N T V .
i"r .U n. m-ariaelim is.'.- &.lob of YIn the
Aecuspalny;ntgoi .w My ;a w '* is rrd 'w I now or ittedt Ws Un M .y he TiSoi-do "'. to teld ;I* i Jos"
w4bih = w U40ay be olother I1 Of the COoCGn such Uof.-pas elif a pr1W y
kI o L` Sz. t 6 Isa. I the Cro= l waiip, 411 Wild I100 I
awlike, 06 U41uckaM ay wtinly olh e iah during the
00l ZS. e dIs04dtrnmen Jin fro m November I' to Drem:- Walkhing- :j
an ,55t .,, .aH.+ ,- l March lIst.
.d *-l, ElRhntamnen In earch of ducks fh .
iSt.'.,. '. d* ) =t.. r eaw Itnda or Poret Rftrvu
4,11i ',.Ceq t.e a t* s0% *r. required to obtain a hunttini Adjutant,
!AM -0 .w I | S e"ilcerceW finm .ny Wrdtins 011 t1W
.." "'s W'"." I l t' 1 charge for a hunting licnWe Is St. Jaops ucks,
A-. AR,..1 ,%+- Ik r .. ,,.,,m[ 8 per &an -a. I?4
:ii- ift Vw43t ab t that ) kIA01
hO Ifor io )$,wso -.,t.TAI 14NOTIOg tast the UnemOlntnUtfd lulldlnal ii
I ? t14,I.I&5 *gii'l 8W Ion Mnacal avta*, Cura, will b e RUt up Ior' Mei by l
L I naiklsiu bel"* $%O I on the said talte on Friday the 14th day of July, I"ML.It
S. ..... "M.- ,, ,.. of 10 o'clockt In the fortnoon.
Whi, %6; sae !hhae. *h14901s, ~e$
I,1 .i> .... ... .. ... I W.hbothI tvereti s uirt.
kter 0010a to file a.
1 4.. *111, i11 i * *t l'1 ib les
I .t ~* > 4SS CW> ; .. Rue'- l i -- '1"'onk l
v. It 1. Ili a.c de f sas Folr es ocoa house with sevel rooms
: If'"p"la"t'hi"-"' LeaderOf Rus sia's Tank Forces i 0
1. ,tO ...04. .4o kl 5 o f "4" cOwoa house witl two room
0,""" 1* Swa Wit*^r .<,;.- A ^ D ^v 4-^ * contalnin towr box*s
.". '.'. ..... O' utwits Nazis Repeatedly I CoffeOe. "Puping. o
: W i'th I fhe I. i **fII.t, V
r. i* 1111n'a 04f. A.TS%. f MV CKIND at
(tS. A, TiON,' B10y MAIRI(E iINIDI Iman. During thie critKili days of thi th day July, 1044.
the battle of MoMow, he mode a t h Jy, .
M;ryhrl a'l""e "Rotmi"tro' Is one fl:'ng trip to the capital and the
Shower Joy& Forgotten i i Iront legendary figures of the fiiri thiit lie did was t) send for G. A. VI
I li IdItor, "Trlnldad Iu lrdini" ? laa r rmy In years to come bethe widow. ot several of hia men 8u.-Intllta of C C
i I .l r. hirlnwlth duly signed will likely be on# of tihe mokat who died fltiting Su-n-dn o |
wsteIf upply pelltloB1. l m Iriv talked-of t nillitary commanders C.f (One f thn's womei WAq ios
,,i,....d that a t l .tom ..hing i sth present .ar No other general broken up that Rotmlstrov talked to COMMUNIQU
i s'tnx dgne tu force the hand 0f !anywhere has fought no many tank Iher for a long ti me.t Outilde In the C M U IU
ihe Go(,.nni-nt, and hope that ibritles and won so inmany silnal waiting room were many sellers
v-,ar efloist will meet with tui victsries over letmalnvl greatest A',ong them was a colonel who
CtIA mat,rs of talink warfare including kept aendinlt Rotnilstrov Iadjutant
In our district we haye long iOele:"ai uderan In withn mefilagle that lie nv.it be IT is noticed for generall Information that thee ecreta
n stlffiveland I can so7unMt I His theories ou r, nechelinsed seen immedMitely. for the Colonies Ia&Unutup ounalteratiou the quesUon of
%,i Ush it iiat of t a have forgotten flltlng, especially his ,*tlre of rinallv luring palfence, Titmll- wncuill tll lbe necessary to control passenger movemult
A' hat itl I iketo hhave a ahowe r,11 t' the amt armada of tank troy said to .it adjutant "A main ceration ul iostilllties Ih Europe and tle step which willU
thr' lhe ,,rht of optimism nv ol lOl nn ll, ol th defenlve aid offTenie Is dead Do urnderitalld what taken to enmuic that a proper degree of priority is outuul
Iir. st*i-mer on any n.eina, thinkhla 2rwlfo o W wll be stvidld diligelnty tIt mealR lrThe' .(,lune-l 1 alive but lthatloll oanl tihe limited number of piMsies which -it is
3n4 tha~t 111014e than two dhols of
1 A ,. ill flow thorefrom, IwILI thentie o a\ollable.
I V a cunmomplained repottre I 'r ru"lleg 'he wo)ld (tirr dead. I tell v.i" Thr ie imlatlent
I,. -, 'v! oEnp inee r n peaed1, Of r-A. ioe olle kllu w)hat colohinel ent ;o moil tletKiae e -|li|e|vira (if State Wlihei to have Lhhe oltt
otg ,,l n evenll around tr7 ri* at, t0rilelret Wukild hlvne thn Evervtl;ltg about the marshal mton rtaid' tode taaist him in rtimaUng th m nt .
'411 I, I l>. eod neo of thn ithad ie01 ntihad the nfoiri.andl d aulea a b'riitess executive. He at"on il rrw ihi e tdng
he('itIt ua-attrrmmontiuia which will be inquired durig tife nirat y
,"11,., h,,n|e oi wate ."hd snWPerbh r-odlirated I upporit of tlks fr ely hu' Ln't ove-lqu telhlth fihstlitein ro
,'1'1 dv No, lto e entire dy. Hn.w- Marhal Konev Infantry. aril- clous. He dialikeai long-windled ex- t wlt intlti n Europ
I', I wi, W infoiaired that he wasI i0ry, cavalry and avistloii He has planatlons and Is Impatlent of de- h n r h b ccomprn I
wb, re n il nd could not( ruoic been fighting side by aide with !ay or dawdling o) The number of men who will be ccoiil
h ('*n 1'i1Konev since 'h beginning of the He I. of medium height, rotundr of tho who wi be unaccopanle
{K e sinc fltbei ,Ing of l t hl n ume r of te lwo men a nd childr n.~ I
i l id nwt help but inquire Iwar, The two make a mnatchtless and s ld thinning hair. His eyes ard tie number of Women and children.
S -,.1n, titerv werae given a spoci team anid they alie still fighting to- are narrow vnd penetrating, hi .
k Ia "iNlpiv nr the Coun,'il lut gather. mouth broad ai.d thln-llpped. He (b) TIhe dertlnatlon to which transportation will
A,,, tld that nt wan not necr.at'sr, Biut Rotiiilstrov's miasterv of the wear% spectarlcle and hist expression and tile nlatimility of thre intending traveller.
-0-i- ', as flowing throiughoit tank has ben onlie of tlhe mo always earnest and preoccupied. f w t
i, "" ,,, iu(ir airaintic events uf thi ar of He ha? not Cnlv I reading but ) Tl on or whch th Jorny be
1. )I.I i,, a wito h eI n wan rI Thlink (f battle., the speikling command of e'nchl. Uidla action a to whether a return passage will b.
I ',,,i,'",,t., 41 00x air ii.v lnhtt Itrtn ( ni sw ar. in which ie English and oerman he only () The ntr of transport required whth ca.
i ^, ;lF', CIPr) '. t.l. "l N (RIANI. ii i" e r Irllrti la tr nk forces tKs-a reads,(
SIniv :i,,, Sita, Htalinigrsd, Kotelnl- A dynamic, active man, ihe dli- ala and air pasmge. It tie kettr. which part
ia k|vo<, Orval. Belgorod Kurak dlaint directing battles from a dut ney wlU be by air.
.... Kharkov snid more recently. Kor- out, hut >r ".me ot'ier indoor
Woter Cut Off Daily -!,'u lirahe 'i !rnd Konev trapped shelter. Whipn. ferasiblehite rides 3. The Uovrirnent i1 requesting the assistance of '
Th I hire l.itni, "rrlnlda (lurlln '10 <|'a-iann (ilvildonra, slaughtered round in a re.)i or t ink a1.'h fled' ber of Commere.r, Uire Petroleum Asociation uof Trnida4
I .ri -,:- a|t mv iignirnatrre o ra'1 "t 0 remn arnd captured t4ei glasses iluId' to iris eyes On stlih Agricultural oc3letly of Tritinidld and TotaigTo In obiMln I
!he ",,I,r [ ,;n)Iv Petition. I only they did not annihilate. occalsions he always wear' his information from their members. BStudents who contempl
pe )II I,, pretilonl will do) kITne papat'sh--s lamblkin hiat- tid h I ng abroad during the period apeciftlled should commtmLtca
wtd I hi t householdof 12. m uenC ufmd marshal's unifoirma.--'C M eals t
r,, I h 11a household or 1. WHumble ule nl m-rha'_ unforn.- C.M particulars to the Director of dluoation as early as poaslb
Iie-. riit fuir lavatories and fouiir pe....rsona not Included In the above Categories should turnli
"n"'"l+"iiin 'winch make collecting D oev lt ,t cularsasaked or In paragraph two above to ie Colonial
walker ditclsito and for tte last HlLm strategy. h1r tactics, hi oos Vel T o Offince not later than thi lst July, 1144.
three minnthis the water iham bei ,sheer flphtlng energy has brought
cr-r of from 9 o &. In the day time rief every German opponent A 4 It i dewed to npb-alsl- that the Secretary o .
and from A pm. ,to A.M nha. enountered t hi rs-nt Yt l quiry Is purelyvplorstory; that It Is being made inaor
t. aM. INSKIP S D.A chat KOY, he rose to his present S ta d A whole problem of sea and air trnsPOtaptorUo during that
Port-of-Spain. position from the humblest of be-- .. be reviewed:al M that the enquirlea must not bWe regrl
Spinning He abon 48 years a lo liU Po PAOng or even suggetigthat it will be possible to meet theu
at the railroad junctionnf tellzhar- al4ut if the people conmmand me company or to alot sea or air passae t any indivl ,
Thoroug Approvev ir Moscow province. Him fatlrr to continue, in this office, end in
Thn ',lltnr, "Trinidad (litanardlls" Wt ihthe village blaicksmith Iin : lthis war, I have s little tight o Ii
I enc'loe herewith duly signed boyhood he attended ordinary Ru'- withdraw so a soldier haa to leave ER O MI
lhe atBr ill miP ptitlion and I alan public school snd acquired an his, post in line. K AiOL L. DOl ona
hifituiighiv approve of the action edut- 'lion net even as high as doesN O IISri T o Actinll olontal
vi Hir ninkig. the graduate 0 a Canadian publK NO lE TO TI -------------
I lrtfl tihe poltilon wilr he wide- school. "At the seam* thne, I think I
k saigra. d 3n4 aaurftr#lenrt pressure lie served ai private In the have the right to say to yoV011ati
h,mightonn the tiovernment toi rara rnm) lit the first World War to the delegates to the convention
1trk,, .t,,ply n, e ?he! 'n adeqfate Wtith tire collaope of the Czar and It the coming meeting, something
I aI'v nt r,,i <,itanr tihe Ru.a-'aler civil war hlie julned which i personal purely poisonal
it, .'/ -'i.. pai ITZGKRAIati .. Kiclriak antd alagituist thie P ole In By next spring I shall have ,n Ieft
flat.... 1920. lrii tire late Marili Pll- president and commandorinir, a 1
rA, ", udikI tlrnchiti' arr attack on Rtta- of the aimed forest for 12 v:aia
I Work Interrupted sla I In Ih- i.ope of anrexing the three time elected by the wroph
Th" IIllhor, "Trlnilatil t.ilardlui." Ulkraine to Poland, In all these of Utha country under thie Amnerli M
It iho ht *n ind still is a very vCalnullaliis. youiJ Rotimnlitrov dit- can ronatllutional system. Finon E MP
i tafn.' diw tiat we at1 having tinrgulsirrhd a linrir as a daring. thei pelonal point of view I he
N Wi. W, I Weey1 |tht n. th and r trlo"tdler Iev, our economic system is on a
ty "o n tani ust h a ir enot d rWh ene u>r Itileoundet and more human hailo
tlonrap n drtttr, hate not waedlr Whenl leaarge io-nne hea d oe tirne han it was at the time of my first
L,) flr4" ih r, I-I'. a liotdierir pifnu'scicon Rind atte naded nuguration.
Yara, uafri s let ih downastai h pr itns Acanienuiy, Rtilaa'us lead, LgSTH
Awnd e ; rwe a floor cannot even iltary chil. front which he MAIN OM"IV
ive V11,1 a lbtin w hraduaetedWAtIthllhiheston.LAST SW IN
My nn ilgain ihis livelihood hy uia, wIt is perhaps unnecessary to any
photography slid many a day he An ridefatigible worker,andI have thought only of the Wood aof
c an d henn neaoImrriikvi.o r h r eery n the American n people. My principle
wate nositatikonThanks a. in. in, th readerrra .ctiveso-you know,hallb cen TODAY
whaer Nforthetitn e tery rUcle he cold find the protetion of the lights rl endT
So .th 1 s lnWutaa iand ,lak warfre. tHe n r > tile nd fortune of what
r ,i l. .i ANree t. N made particular atudlese of the hvit b ao my well called thei. her.
-writilng of Oven de Gaulle and Iae of the American citizen. Aftet
(3en. Oudorian. He #rote a book mtany years of public service, dhere-
Why Not Before ? on mountains tnk warfare which for, racy p"er onal thought. ihere
This Edlitoe, '1"Trinkd (ltdria."H IastAll reardod a4s a etaale. turned to the dav when I could
Althoughi I town this Water *up' After Japanil~ had swooped on return to civil life All Oil1 1lt i
ply petirtaio with the greatett of Manchuria and, without a declar- within one cries nut to go tack
jireanine. I havere it espiesu regrtt atlon of war, Ia-rted 'tietlrr to my home on the Hudson Itrver,
al.e or wmha h erhebl wLtme ago f. troy went to the r at, Therto void Io the pulhlinlty which,


;^:" ^^T" 3 "te's "HS +" """ V ICTOR
i ,?..-astofwih perhapsw migh t heha an opprtuit tai~ f"ortf n- ^ our d *no.-n-rfollow*^s every ^ *
noohav e pr ed thek shame ofhis thoretca knowledge t if tank o te of"'lh' the ^* natui1r a thre ca'" I
aCouioari over thra matter of vital srnee@ atar'ted an Lake Nonmorahan we i)f tins+ g' 'inr' at' rui n inJltj&-' tar
|rote: el) nan the *oan~munity, bandiedl on the) Mourgoliarn border, Japan- |I re In a day aId hnamr whetn l)rir
atwautt ,, as ten msk. uS In luighiig eset war isorsec to arirnit Rmlalnation has been sltt)aked enal whe+n ITR
al it cont iulsie rt ona.l la e oe tO e l r o a the future el etinan. of our choe n .hl
l~e~us xprss he opetha taks er*sogenlr tn teirown niethod of gonvernm elt as at atlke.
ha:,', en I done the future -t -i wn lio waor whonehlg-rtedly. T i
Io.atingit oftih. watgr -supply oil UOI@.nIg Raltmk unequivocally anad os quick ely s "
I hi oiov. ayh ,iade.aku on we can, i. our tss of Orat amt
plrop. lrnW e rtance. To win this war in sUc h'.f ,
A. oL. Lt DAYNK. hftm .y th olding the'e rn of away that there would he no furl
o r Nk. coin el, aaput In commasnd of a thar world wars in the foreveaahle '.
i-...-.'- '^ ^ tl^ oK e 'l futL l ,I d t T
Wotlr Situaion S ?ungld 1 3my Oenn superiority in tank de'ent stand ae fdiofmlin g fo o A will remember
EdtonF ll r. Tetgl. (/~ lq i avia.tion wasl overwiaelm inl. me eets n the a r ed fo rces afte, the filuo
[1. oo onnf the. worst eallarere 1"heyLl thundeetd+ their way to the wn,i orIa m r ,cms tin,
r~mtewtra~~l ttlyVr 14l fI wCO Pr a radoo llAercn
fmr ndsr wateyur eemortag fe UI ha Iiy lvery stewa of Moscow, Fo om nai objectives. Thereforte, ielue, h
endrseyae ampigfo urIclU~Remisro wa hlplss taryi bu, ...no o4 ,. ,...c l e~ on g atter you nave seen lie.
water etippy from e (rty CeIhh nde tO ,Ikl bSa k at the omtce If I am elecedm by tin com.

Lonr a.mncoptetahc~ ~led r ule hm tteNo Comment Made"
I n hewtr lu~o.A fr .. owofDtrt' ss-usft a becsio The film will be shown r
the Cnsucnu.rid th ea. lv a *,*- ) ...,. .. On-. ~ ,va 0o -
Ihtp Is,)l-i}ea that aa 41 the {prlml .. Wil Mot cw and{ 114A '
chep 4lil staoota after .e| was11 i p l4on ot wiw b 115o the Preslidentt's announcementt,
*h~adinltrtiem I'dihtlerof ansio did James ~ty who h4
fairs . .. thi .... ,EtI+b .1 on. rw ahie he to ele'-'tin.' ,h + ., t wo,. h, at 4 .3 0 an d 8 .3 0 p.rme :
I note that tine Inespital weIter .ml~ct uiae s'rtorles with whh .Huetrm sihirCtA
















lutionOf V


t 111 -,N7"




o 0 lil"MaIin fillips ob.
.i I* IMMUtl W Ill
toI wa WA* aS! ^ H




a se Iats e a somewhat rve
He m that Miler of Y=00
1.6m I~ thor two.
tho view that they
t tel freeble In comae-
w ti wae suppli was
wte r- t but OB U o *athe W
Of 0 &mustat of Water
the consumer.
Ung that 0MI It th ey
Ej ] itW *lone ou f WIco o
itietreirifsren.t sm rse,
ttrlS would be no better
it was now, Councillor
R u ted that m committee
el n stolae Sore emphd asis
ieed for overhaul their doe.
tion system which wae.g
lamented upm by Majorb "I'se
referring to the recent expesI-
6 Incurre byW the Council tU.
wdms reievine the situation tMhe
imctiltor thrw out a chalie*g
ifrlth oUrew ot*p-l

to membersli to say that they
t the rofe f proiaU .
Xee aled toatncs pel.
ties a the water-wtnstif athnrity
in Portof4(pia *stUat ths as
h uetertood the motion. ttey
rmained the winning authority at
U swet will ad behest of the
Qvmiment.
temper an4 ton ,of the Gov-
rment's letter he sad were ra-
her helpful. 'har* had been no
attempt on the part of Oovertn-
ment to tell them they could shut
hm down; rather they were say.
ts that they were perfectly will-
lM to help them. government
w apparently wllino to allow
e ounell tn be the winning aur-
orlty for some time.
AISUTANCE URGED
.'"I think It might b better," said
oucillor Phi llIpm, fif Instead of
king of Kgeotting down a conuiilt.-
engilneer from ahroad. we tried
to lolicit the assistance of Govern-
sIdt's technical experts in Uhe
Lfdtraullcs Department and see
Is ugl tlono they have to
Oiak In .olving the problem.
"We Gi In try In implement this
report, heating always in mind that
we would like to have autonomy
with regard to the water v.ffairs,
d to seriously oonsildir the quo.-
o of g1ttill relief from the de-
artm t of hydraulics hecause,
iepit thI.' campalgn which huas
M n inauuirated against us by the
Pr., I o feel the peopIle of this
lty have reached the point where
thy would organsin In some other
way ta protest over our Ineptitude."
He concluded by saying that
Major R4ddel lied emphasied that
the moment thiy egan to get
more water pretmure on the distri-
butinon system would be ineroased,
bhene greater attention should be
paid to this question.
WBLLS WANTED
Alderman Vldal said. "I hap-
peid to 'be one of the councillor*
H oppsd joining up with Oov-
tnrment, and I did so at the time,
not because Am I had expressed on
elveMral occaiions, that I did not
want to see tihe people get water,
but I have Ien thinking Ithat we
should Milke a struggle before te'
ive up our rights, and. cone-
qutetly, I think that we should
St Wte wells and not the water in
WIM since the wells are In
Port oft-paln.
"I think that the Oov)rnment
should iot c:ommrclaiie thee
Wlls by having them there for the
WPOM of selling us water. Wells
are in Port-of Span should
betgito Port-of-fpato that was
ituw ilngi I had In ihisl matter
.nd many po.. Uoui.ht .. I dI
tnd ft that Government shmld
do Something to eslut the lsitusa.
Uo T
4WMNYUL THINKING'


Sfind at the present moment
that they are willing to ro-operate
tO a certain extent with us. I have
Mad the report of the Emorfency
Cminittee and I must tell you
frrankly, in my vlw, It Is a report
that contains a lot of wishful
thinking. It does not appear to
Me that there Is anything definite
In that report, but a lot of hypo-
thetical expressions, and I am not
In the leaut Interesated in that re-
port.
"I find that there is no Improve-
mnent in our actions, but T find that
'e are going from weakness to
greater weakneM, because the ilt-
i"atIon today rmnmaina the Mme
dlWpte the Sm.000 we have spent,
despite all the emergency meet-
hnu we have bh having, and I
don't e that anything is tmprov"


PETITION IN HASTE

IF YOU WANT
WATER AT LEISURE
see Page 1.


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a 8 s Quick NONNI
^flff PrhlpmE~mcatio Debef
rater Problem ^Z '
WNO 01. Mr lt11 (Med-
am PA 11 The Oovrnment wasu d atod
by one vote in the na- of
h1ag MA1d I 11 not prn d to 0on- lards today durit them dato
moena m e a m w M muds onh the t Education Ill. On t"
CEAI ID 3- MIND oame Bill, Oo mm wI s e.-
fRtNOK narrowly in th Hmos
*T'ou my y tIat I hh of Commons a fewmoIStUM am.
dmchaned my mid. but whenever I On thesecond Noun of OUR
nti~. mlil T hfuI =on # vBoltet Mr. UBWebIU do.
_many mind I cage it on mandeed that an smodameatI -to
.---' J,6---,,- -, m the Bill be treated S a t of
mind on confidence, and the Geeim-
the wate4rqUISet 60 todaY, It Is be- ient was uP1 O verwlmselI-
Ituas I am not eamvnoed that we
have engineirn who can discover
when Main are leaking." ..,--...
Councillor Thomas, giving sup-
port to the p Usltee's report and T fl',
rosmim"nduosz eipTod the Iaps Tro
%ftw that t at sittion today
was" worn ever" and that it 'l i O f
wu their duty to do all In their B larst 3I O t if
CmW to try to improve the aitus- &' amaai 71
on. 1% voiced pleasure to find I
a letter coming from Oowvernment
In the termsin wluch it did, offer- irongpo
tn t srces of their experts
to I COu ncl and sItated that
they could dtire nothing better. IGONTINUIO PFMOM PAlS 5)
laying that he was as happyId ad
to14,ee the recommendation by the tour mil~es of Porters and 35uM-I
Water Smergen oy t ommttee that oed with the capture of La Mau-
an exprlenoe4 watrworks engi- si-rie and LA foserie. What Ger-
ser from broa be retained aaman rearguard forces were not
c romreitt tO dvise the Counil withdrawing down the road to
geoerllnt, te addise thae council v A-e y or even farther south to
generaly.^ h added, th athe tht l esca-pe entrapment by the Pterler
alied some dif ficulty In acquiring push are being bayonted and
the services of such an expert at blasted out of their last strolng-
this time. points soutl h of L Hays du Pulls,
"q think it would be very un- Tnhe (reiOnn, who ha" pWsMd
wise and senseMles on our part." back Into Montcastre in a roun-
he sald, *'if we were to lose thils tr-attack several days ago, were
opportunity In not availlng our. thrown back And the Amerblsw
selve of the service of an expert advanced two miles to capture
from the hydrAulie department." Mabeco. The main Germsa at-
GCotmeollor Thomu went on to tempt to check General Mbntkoam-
comment on the remarks by Ma- cry' ireft flank drivve toIs coming
or Riddel regarding wastage of from tihe southeait where attacks
water through leaky mains, said were launched one after anotUer
declared that there wuas really a over wreckage. The British fores
easosal water especially in ome fell back from Maltot, but head
districts not only through defec- Hill 112., the highest ground In
tlie mains, but alsoi by persona the Orne- Odon wedge In bitter
He suggested that efforts shoulld be I gIhtiig.
made ? ut a stop to scht a General Omar Bradley's forces
Atate of atLira by institUtihg pro- are attacking in the semi-circle of
secuttonf
Alderman Achon, felt that Onv- St. Lo c roInrasi for the whole
ernment's offer to plae an expert, 'ertte of h nvIon nnsula.
at their ditoposal aroult e a. The attack opened at dawn under
cepted, while Councillor Kumar, a rolling barrae which at veteran
who described as sheer prodpaga 'da A ssciated Pres battlefront re-
the reports of soute water shortage porter describes as the heaviest he
experienced by burgesses, drew hIad heard, and by afternoon had
Analogy between the electricity carried to l.ausern. and Lemtnlill,
situation two years ago, when he Roxell within light artillery
said there wuas a considerable atge of the key town and medium
amount of ipeculation with people artillery range roads beyond.
paying fancy prices for nome TO the northwest, the Amerl-
ad rentl in order et a sup- cans captured four more towns
ply of ctlurrent, and the present and linked Up dr iv southwest
plyd ofuthevt ofnd thetpreseto
water situation In which spcual- and soiltheast ot Carentan into
tion wit not goingg on and no exo- virtual solid front ot fasauih
dus of pemons from one district hinged on St. Jo and swinllgang
to another. like a barn door down tle west
Deaillng witl the commitltpe' coast peninsula.
reoommendallo s. he critlicised the T MLN
muigstlon of sinking thliree nw --FOOT CEILINO o
wells, and Indicated that he ltIr- lro weather over Normandy.i
landedj to nu *move r a meindm ts l ater 'he weather over T'4ornisindy
n dd ti move amendment la eir celingless than f set, hamper-:
in the debate. ti , d air support to General Mont.
At this t. age thernoo ti tmerv's troop. and robbed the
journed to this flernoon, ,n s drive of Its overhead punch
DurIn ln the forenoon, howetvr,
Colombia ietrl f ra and ighter-bonobere, aope
Colo ia Rebell irnting from hoses In Normandy,
atta cked tarKeta In close Support
Leader Re teof the ground forcr. Allied troops
Leader Routed loluding French of a special ai rI
my JOSEPH u leai-vice g regiment, have been ope..-
D"y J'0SEPI11 MoeKVO 1 ating well behind thW enemy's
BOOOTA. July 11 (AP, PorceA lines at inat communications and *
loyal to the Government broke tire other military targets. Consider-
back of the subvrstive movement, al, success attended their opera-
routing trife rebel leader Colonel ion anid a number of prisoners h
Diogenen OII, who has fled. have been taken, Them are being
A rnmmunique announrcmd thitt held pending transmission to Br.- 0
an outbreak of seodltion In tarin 1
Paito was "quelled" nid the civil The unprecelented magnitude of l
authorities have resumed their air operations during the first
functloni It isold that other focalt month of invasilon was emtphaiised C
points of the uprising alt Bucara- by headquarters which announced
mangia and Ibague would be under that the Allied air forces flew 1111r- F
Government control shortly. 0o00 sorties over Europl from the 51
west from "D-Day" to uly shoot. d
State Of Emergency Ing down 1,007 German puDlan in F
Declared In Country combat and losing 1,284 'planes.
BOGOTA, July 11 (M).-A state
ot e~ernay was proclaimed
thnnigh ionotlom today by Vice- W U YOU R
ftoM*et Daft Xdiandt,. who an- V R
nouned last night he had assumed I IV R -
the atiUng presddency after rebel- L E BILE
n armyno fcers. seized Presldent Wl-et C asl Tld Te Ju Od
A~fonau) I~ofa.ed yen oh#Via A"V,-.. t


Numerous army siarrsonr and
roenInani. Colosmbian military
eadar declared their loyalty to
Lape, who wan held prisoner at
Pasto in Southern ColombmI
Uohandia also expressed loyalty to
Lopes.
General Domlngo apinel. the War
MiulstAr, condemned the move-
ent aglatnt the. Oovernmont andr
prdlltoed It will aoon be auppresewd
Admil emphasized he was de-
iNw to stamp out the revolt
and would exercise the functions of
President only until Lopes wan
frd. He donlared thatL Ueut,-Col
Iogens Oil. leader of the army
O hA proclaimed himself


BARGAINS


32a Harps Place part empty; 209
Paris oevard. 13 Sonde Streat:
158 Old at. Joseph Road; Long
Circular Road, St. Ann', Prederick.
Osore, Nebo%1 St. Vincent and
Queen Street0A. several jullding
lots netr Workers' Homes, Laven-
UUlle.
large and nal loans on mort-
gages'
NORMAN DAVID-FEVS.
Real IEstate Agmt;
30 St. Vincent Street.


INIDAD GUARDIAN, W }NRIDAY. JULY 13. 144.


UpmtNws


Fleet-Colts Match To Open

T.AF.A. 1st League Tournev


Flet Air Arm, ltat year's TA,.A. champions, wil clash wi
OClit, king-pin ef 194, in the opening match of the A.oclattIM
til-C is league oMpeUtion to be played on thea ground In from
tU raQnd tand, Queen's Park Savannah, on Monday, July 3 4.
*rl TA.P.A. 144e IM eaw wUil ........ -...
4an 111 ul whn U10 "W"tfd ..-..
-..-In.aIn Trinidad Pick
OT he t iMt n a match in
S the Convent ReWli Fund. Sr
Nino cnlubswill be 0n0L5L thiS
ein am.Pr.mt Saoccer Team
="Wi bef "t"ot" to Moond
TAYPA. will "ualm bils for all H rinldad selected their eloim ti
into sexept oi carded foe repreWnt thm against "the Retl
Pae in which cae theS t wil In the opening match of the aitlaso
Il It; whUale sao foer matheson Saturday. July 22 Itn aid of tht
at- o. the srviMe trVa t wilConvent Pund as follows--
leaVe the Orrand a t"4 vp.i. Joey C OnamIe; Kenny Warnnr
Match will tar t as 446 pa. John nSampson; Raffle Knowle
oUowint are tha ft rint d Pr i.r Jons 'capt.), Flyd. NIcholson
laue fixtures, relsei by Mr a Malcolm McL4en, Bertle Thomip-
. Jname. the honorary aseenetary son, AhAnad Charle, Rex Bumrneti
of the Assoclation. i I.a es.-- .


JUIY
2. 14- t4 t Alt Arm v V ttll
*4. Mn1,e l sriMtine Club
s5 Notir. IDm. v Neple
Mno. 31 elrmre V ,, *n Mary-'
AUtGUST


wed.
Th.
Nat,

Pat.



Man.
Wed.
sit.
Wd.
T"ir.
Mat.

Thr.


1 QCi v. Nolrie lmei
altllltnri v( CnlfOt
ft (**luii~llV v p. lnrln
I rFlet Atir Aria V. l Mry's at
rilat.
7 4lpt1 V oltl
S -~Na4rfi l* 5i U C v as1ll*
1O-QLRiC. V. Vsxmerw
I1- *llp v, Nlorlnl r'Itlh
l3--ite Air Arim .k Ahmnrwk *I
14 C isn v Nt. iMrs'
19---in ienD v e tamrork
1t -MRnpe v. (e>uuIe
I 1lhrtilln Cib h t im ray's
r0 Nsrmrit'4,k % viiip
15-.I'leet Atr Arm v. Noro noe O
*I Rlri 1i
11 .-M'I',, v w4 iv.
2.3 -NoS lrrn. ti ir-lng Clhb
144-loeet Air Arm Mttll
s -.asiil. <, ltl
.--olet Atr Al i v. QItnC. at
Plarru
--CIUelll <* 0 rl (C
3.l "e',rtlii l'ii, Sn,h mrix'l
;1 NiOlrs Ti.tr v. Pt Mory's
RI'rTF.MB Kit
S('nilv Q. 0 n (C
4 iet Air Arm v rirr3 Cliltb
1 m'ntlfl v Nirre iinerr
A Mnarile hiiatirnrk
C ('e4t100M I i P'leri Alr Arti
1> i Matrv'a v. Q (1 C.
II M ill,. r ir Mary'.
23 NporthirPK i ( dlit ih v :ntr
13 Niirlh v. i,,ilh (4ed 'r.ini Cupl.


Chincse Club to Hold
Men's I lockey Practice
Chinmse Athletic Hockey ground
will be.o nplenedl to Men's practice
n Mondnya. Turadays and Thurs-
lfy, the management committee
of the club states.
MVuch Achieved Says
General Montgomery
LONDON, July 11 (AP).-Allid
forces have captured 54,000 prIson-
ers and "much has been achieved"
n fierce fighting linie the Invasion
of Europe. General Montigmery
old him troops in Normandy in a
roalcat. He said: '"Our galns
hve bee dofanlte and cooirete.
ad the Allied armies In Noandy
have gO round for Solid atis-
action. We have taken 54,000 p1i-
oners. We hvey given the (ir-
saBm a tremendous iuirndlnig arid
we itand firm and secure.,
1IME1BORO IROAIDOANING
NEW YORK, July 11 (AP)-The
federal Communicatlons Commis-
ion said Cherbourg radio, firt
nmiestic atatlon liberated In
'rraneo, began broadcasting today.


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Ate eivln Was chosen from tile
14 players that made a virtoriomus
tour of Barbados two months ago.
His Nurellericy the Acting Oov-
rnor. the Hon'bil A. 8. Wright,
will 'kick-off' at 4 45 p.m. to tart
the season.
Hi (Israe tile Archbisthop nf
Port-of-Spain tile Very Itev. br
Finbar RYan, will almo be present at
the nratrh.
The match ishouldl provlde, 0c rrr
of a very hllh Ri stiidard ftm lir
teran t) represcni, "t.h Rest" wlililr
will toe >irked ( the tilrnd tlf tie
week, wi I Includto 1irtny Ailra
The Tl'rIii hi t tiuI a was unhletrin
Ir Barbld.L (and "tie Rest" will
he going alnl utU to top their will-
'thai seiaek

Stewards Iuandicap at
Arimna for 'A' Class
'iiteernihi rI ac on Ile A i Ini!
Race (Club frlir-div prwitriilonili
handicap puhllhedt recently I
states the Streward' Handircp will1
be for D rlasi animals aitd lower
The Hitewardi' Handiuap, the frset
race on tlie thIrd day, Ii really fir
"A" Claim orm'tes.

Pcmhcrton I.ciugic linIal
Matches Cardcd Sniday
The krok-k-mint larter-firil hr-
tween Htll'hltlllmi'll XI atXil ,tr'
will be p|layeBi tni Vlctorii t;gt'rtiitd
on rIunrltv mrirntiii af N 30 3 o'c koik
As thire ctiii-tiitul will he pinlvcd
off nn tlie aAine lKronlld dutil tiiie
(telrinoin ) rtwrrn the winnlr'l tfn
tile Htlrtrchi .in'A, i XI-'r. ex titltli
end Ri'adfwrd lirp ti'imn f.iillhg ii,
turn UPlp on lime, will liwe h" de-
fault.


'Washed.out' 'i'cnnis
Scmi-FInilm IToday
Raili wAihrd owut frnII-flinl
maltchet h I .the Mwahlnr Mquarr
Tennis Club open ilulles Ilheduled
at the club's courts vyeterday at-
termoon
Thlee matclhs will be played thli
afternoon, Tiey are;: W. bomenrr-
vUll v 0.C Thavnoot' nd H. N ,
Nqthnagol plays n. iorjonal,

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HTARTH TODAY
Globe Theatres
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tite iM,1yniit bowls dilly It lh I hII|Ho
Powin freel_rour lfedo W"i| iL tllit
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A n.inre lI.wril nK oeent doemn'i it at the
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lar mlea..., entle.lyet sintlinglin makinkm htil
lkie Italy. look fir the Ir ir Carte's r[lilt
liver I'll tOn tihe red psdtckis. Mluss aa-
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Uriush Red Croa Society
St Durnstan's for War Ilinded
K.o Pund for SailUors
lord Mayor's A.O Diatres FPund.
Trinidad Fighter and Somber Funds
Air Raid Canteen ound
R AF. Hut Fund
D'ependenta Men. H.UM. Ships
Aid to Russia Fund
Iwml i Kniersency rund
ir. Prisoners of War Pund
Kinergency Owet OrganlitUorl
Malt a Relief Fund
R & A. Merchant Navy Club
Entertainment B & A. Naval Foree
United Her Kliltting As ,
Brtiatol Rexonstructioli Fund
W Omiminlttee War ser, Fuirid
Missions to Seamen
Wnomen' Voluntary Servi es
R A P. Transport Command
H M8 Clohawk & Benbow
Military Post
Ortreek War Rellrf PMnd
Anti-Airryvft Weltare Oraiin
Hhilpwrecked Mariners Soclet,
lt)Yal Naval Benevolent Trust
Royal Naval Club
save thlr lilldren lMind
'r-lnldadilans In Porces Leave Fund
American War Punds
Or'erxea,% TLeague Tnibocro fund
Qitrril Charlotte Maternity Hwmp
Memorial Tablets, II M Ships
rx-Servlccs Welfare wlocely
ihlpwr-eckrd Survvlwinr
War laMtreunwd JouirniallAt
Clilldren's Hospital
PIghtlIn g Prench
rilnespe Red c(rm Srlociety
Apostleship of the Rca
(rii tunirti Relief punind
9t Auigiillnre Con. Honme
fP AP Cadetl
Auxiliary Territorial Serviem
Navy ,Leigrue
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Pollih Relief Pund
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PILES
sufferers from the maddulni
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pain auaed by plles-dc nct wait
until pilos (hemorrholds) reach
such a terrible state that a serious
operation may be aeoeosry, Asak
your hemaist all about this sapetal
remedy, HIe knows the Inurredlants
from which this Inexpensive sand
scientlflc renmrdv in made. loe san
show you, ton, the special appll.
r'ator fixed to eaich lube of Man
Zan, which make lhn i#e of this
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and simple.
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plies. Froni the very fitrt appl
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vru hbe tortuired with the axony
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TRINIDAD GTAIDIAN, WEDNESDAY, JTJLT 12, 1944.


YOU WANT WATER ?
HELP TO GET IT
BY SIGNING PETITION


Churchill Highway Attack

Lands Tacarigua Youths In Jail


to two accusations 0o odioroeriyv c-|
LLEGATION8 DENILD havlour, wao fined $20 or 28 days, I
Raloh Yuille. also accused of dis-
Mr. Goldie denied allegations orderly twehviour, was reprimand-
iat certain persons were receiving cd and discharged.
Mr than their quuta in lyres and -.. -. -
Ut certain persons living, aiv y in
th Trinidad, wvre being granted B.U Expert Gives
tllUee permission to t?'>el be- BG E p iv
?e Por.-ol-Spaiu and their llw F v r T l
W town on the slightest excuse. Yellow Fever Talk
hA board, he stated, could safely
that the control of distribution Urgency of protecting Trinidad
ftyres wa pretty well secure and shipping and airports to prevent
Swas satisfied that the tyrcs were any danger of yellow fever asaum-
wig used for the purpose tot Ing epidemic proportions here, was
rblh they were issued. Where a stressed by Dr. Norman Maclen-
eoa was caught deceiving the ran, the Director of Medical 8er-
Ward, legal proceedings were In- vices, to an assembly at ti' Col-
ttuted against him and on con- onial Hospital library last SaLur-
loetion, the tyreas were forfeited, day for lecture on Yellow Fever
As regards reports of obtaining control by Mr. A. Taylor, Super-
rquet special permits, he said visor of the Yellow Fever Control
only when a person could de-iCampaign In British Guiana.
el~y a atabli2h th e r ea need and Cam paign In British Guiana.
ly establish the real need and Discussing the nature, cause and
11" ofhi travligbetwen spread of yellow fever as he In-
a Fernando and Port-of-Spain troduced Mr. Taylor, Dr. Mac-
y road, that he was given a per- r
lit and that was perhaps once or ennan Pinted out that wary
wice a month.fanine, and pestilence usually fol-
"Of course" he said, "there might lowed one another, and he em-
b some persons who antertaln the phasised that inasmuch as trans-
elief that they can fool the board, port facilities had greatly Improved
:f there are any such persons they distance was shortened and as a
should be very careful as their result this Colony was to all in-
tories are always checked. tents and purposes nearer to yel-
etly a man who was convicted low fever Infected areas.
ft having deceived the board had Mr. Taylor, in the course of his
ise permit revoked on conviction." address, said he had been greatly
b tt---: Ikmpressed with the yellow fever
control organisation in Brazil
~u A knrin s .where he had gone to study the
Club Attack Brings technique of controlling aedes
tall egypti, the mosquito which carried
Jail Term In South the disease to man. He outlined
the control measures adopted in
Itud uardian Correspondnt British Guiana, described the divl-
PRAZEO TOWN. uuly 11-Nine sion of the city into zones, de-
ths in jail with hard labour taolled Inspection methods and the
5 the sentence imposed on Mool- organization of inspectors Into
gi, of Buen Intento. when he squads as well as the training of
'aed before Mr. A. H. Iusby inspectors, and also demoretrated
Sthe Magistrate's Court here cn the equipment used in the cam-
yaccu.sed of Assault occa- pa dne.
oing Wounds. The address, delivered in easy,
Inomation was laid by Lance- conversational style, bespoke the
1WI lake. Police evidence thoroughness and success with
Ut that the victim of Ve with which the yellow fever prob-
r, Who ,ead been badly dluo- lem was being tackled in British
W detained in hCspltal for Oulana.
i mn. Beside sanitary Inspectors, the
-------- --- listening assembly over which Dr.
,Mentor Appointed Maclennan presided, included Mr.
H. 0. B. Wooding, City Mayor;
SWelfare Committee uncillor Albert Gomes, Deputy
Mayor; Dr. E. J. Sankeralli, De-
Mr. Ralph Mentor. secretary of puty Director of Medical Services;
ie Trinidad and Tobago Trades Dr, L. 0. W. Urich, Dr. R. 0.
3igl Council, has been appointed Marcano, City Medical Officer of
SHis Excellcncv the Actlng Gov- Health; Dr. Stella P. Abldh, Dr.
Pr to be an unofficial memnher K. P. Beaubrun, and Mr S.
ih S3 ocial Welfare Committee Mooaal-Maharat. the Health Edu-
-- The Mayor conveyed thanks of
OFI DISTRIBUTION the audience to Mr. Taylor.
ils G(race the Most Rev. Dr. A.
".AWY Archbishop of the West FOUND DEAD
dis, l1 present prizes and cer- Delaw, an East Indian woman, of
cites to pupils of the Bishop's Arouca, was on Monday morning
ischVool for Boys who distin- found dead near her home at LopW-
M themselves at the Decem. not Road.
.vatrrlnktions in 1942 and 1943. The body, It is reported, bore
SP-cn Friday, July 21. Injuries about the neck.


BOROUGH OF S
FERNANDO


burgess List 1944


OnPae.
Triuidd s sufferlng fr"m a even more acute shortage of tyrs Pa Convinced that Christopher James, Arthur Todd and Rupert
e ver antijolpate, the "Trinidad Guardian" was informed, Spann three Tacarigua youths, were the persons who attacked and beat Roidents of San Femrnando are
Sb Mr. I. Godle, elretaUr of the Emergency Transport Base W orker two men, robbing one of them on the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway asked to co-operate in the pre-
S- one night, as they peacefully strolled along, a jury in the First Asslise caratlon of the Burgess List by
"wile it s ho. PM tn remi edy T M f lrs Court Yesterday brought them in guilty on accusations of robbery giving irformatio. as to their
hluatlo wiby recappingg of tyr W O r Fined Fo' Jaled f or ith .olenceand assault with Intent to rob. claims to be enrolled as Burgessest ,
i**t ,Wt o a stelies rom ay 1" J 0 ... .or by asking for forms on which .
w*4ltUe both f4taftories recently _I .L .... m .. byJme .and Todd .were sentenced Lodgers can set out their quallfl-
dor this purpose at SipbI Mr. Justice K. Vincent BrownI ) cations.
^t prpa.at^Trespasu Jitney Theft 'ed^V ^ pip~nfvtun
w ar atl'rpresent workyingel the.presding jde otrms of
a Ire at present working ... ... _- __ Itre years a im -onment each.l PoliceW IenSav Lodeers' Claims must be pro-
Fu tres' a day" hi oald, "t-' -r -'-- .n Final chapter In the story of the while Spm n for whom thie Jury .. .inted between tihe first aud
: oun- mystri dis arance o recommended mer cy, w impr- l n flfteent iday of July next.
Matton 5 *l very Serious a-ll lands at St. Ann's, Ch.arles Goven ment .. ... soned for one year. I llIId liu'IEy
public vehicles are con- Phillips and Benjaminrancis rl ...Govrmen Victims of -lie attackhi, hch the [ i g. M. SCOTT
1, ranch m ~ the Chagluaramas base, aid Crown %aid w'its carridot ItM._COTT
"ae a,.-n/were ofinedr$13 each or st 2 Pdc ov t Santa Cruz s me.rred outyTown Clerk
Mr iMr. W. J. Andre, in the Firt Polce5 e ac or 2f y a t thee men on the night of April 15 Tr'htidad Guardian (Correspondent Ton Clerk
"tr trucks and omnlbuse are Court yesterday. itime lter- ,strlpped oft tyres thk year. on the lonely Churchill- ARIMA, July 10 Quick work by Town Hall.
better Mr. Ooldle These mtn, It was stated, were.ounde o n the Send Roosevelt highway, were Basdeo Sergt. De PFreltas and Constable san Fernando.
Uide.He said, however, that seen by Agustine Camejo, iurii" ... . ._ .- la Boodhal and Surachacan Ramper- GU of the Specital Police, saved a . ..... ..- -- -
ibusea which have been forced cost i. charge of the riser-' Court yeheiday when Mr. A. J 'sad. Jitney from complete detructilcn,
Sis up, have not always done sovoir, walking across lands near tol Hamiltur wrote the concluding sen-f The accused youths, according to by fire on Guanapo Street here at TIINIDA
IauS of the want of tyres, but the reservoir. tence tof IS month, against JohnI the case outlined by Mr. C.T. W. E.i I.4S o'clock last night. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF |
Sto their Inability to procure 'T think the prosecution i very Mohanimeil, a lorifmer base em-; Worrell, appearing on behalf of the The vehicle was parked on the, TRINIDAI' AND TOBAG
reprt.d kind indeed, in not trying to press p", p 'n foulntl guilty of the larceny Crown, lay in ambush at a lonely aide of the street when It suddenly .. -SnI
r. Boldrle statedd that the Tranle you. They are only trying to make, 0 e vehicle. spot near the Orangle Grave Bsa- burst Ino flames. Volunteer Fire Sub-Registry San F..nando.
t ar d had not yet been able .i p of ou so that other The sentence was ordered to' vannah on the night In auetilon. Brigade on coaching the spot had No ,2 f l4
an eximlple of you so that others ..t | ..4o......
catlch up withndemantds for ro- Iol ote. hud o orun e.ol)(ur;,ent with another sen- Iand mil the two men p assed t, eirl no c-use to go Into action. ]. ..
ppitg because of the large. nu- ahould know they should not go. r; tenitsw t withMohammed Iseatnpre- way some little stance fromp acsd the Mtter o,
of tyre that had been piled near the reservoir,'Mr. ,Andre told pel sen i om ga ther launched attacks on them The Infants, Ordn .. ,Chap. A
before the recapping machinT Pn 11ipeiand Francis. it isthn. whirtheJitney dh ios ubi sione y oeand .No.t 1
S was set up. Tyres which had w.--- ._ w to'li st w .ated, the de'B1oodha! Into submission end their Unnumbleredl T yres "", .
mae stacked high for the put Plea for leniency by Mr. Hercules e n t n c t "Ideprivin muhita of rum, matal"le
aral months, would naturally be N. Adams saved Hamel Phipps fendaiait .did not rep.'Lfr feworkibaking hie of r um m ndln. And in the Matter of
but bakin *powder, unions flour and Bring Man Fine
pven preference he stated. As from prison yesterday whets he but he was seen on the base In. $2 ash which he carried. whileA Brin M tion nerender of IAN
,aas those h ad been completed pleaded guilty to an accusation of tihe vehicle. I1 was later ad-sPan FieteteddRampesad Ple....g;gu.lty"to ana"cusatPe itfonreunder at Ian
ttson would be concentrated assaultindbattery.HewaortoPort-of-Spain.-but was nextwho managed to escape before they),of having in i .Possession three infant under the age of 21 )Cars
a 0 new applications, for recap- dered to pay $28.60 fine, costs andt seen at Santa Cruz, minus all the'" had succeeded in getting anythlis t nicn brno originaa rdin aneot fiend
)lag~~~~~~~a co-nto ye xdwt a;n~sm s u-cceeded i n gt... .aythnglyres wnl h bore n~o original acrmi by his guardian and next friend
less other repar ad compensation. tyrtandwith a at r from him number, George Simmons was yes- ENA STE' ,A SS Y
tyoe th re rscapain hould Phipps, it was stated, met a wo- ng. The attackers were silba- terday filled $75, with an alterna-
tlake more than two days, he man coming from a theatre one ,Denying the accus Mon, Mo- qu.ently iderniified by men who. It tive of serving three months in -
rt'tta- mr niaht and offered 'o take her home. hamt:- told the Court that on t e is stated. had seen thrm by the ail. when he appeared beioie Mr. PUBLIC NOT CE Is h by given
S anwr to a queto, Mr. When he reled that she took no eight the Jttney disappeared he light of a passing vehicle a short j Andre th
0n Awer to a question, Mr. When he relied that she no.. g..nred In the First Police that b" order of His H u Mr.
idle stated that only in cases notice of him he gove her two was drunk and went home. time before the robbery was car- Court. Justice J. L. Mat ieu-Pere m
ebre it was definitely established kicks. _"ri__ed out. The t.yres -wei forfeited. in the above matter ou, tile 30th day
certain commodities were of ...- .May,-1944, there will be put -pi
rishable nature, that the board Caught by Iance Corporal James ish Caught Slap In The Eye T.B.,Expert Startsora the doors of the
fta ed facilities to Planters to nas he threw a bottle aft,% it sea- T w o F s es C u g h S ap n T e E e Cour t H ouseinthe doors of San
ransport their goods to certain man oi Wrightson Road, Herman South Schools SurvcyC r House in the TOWd of an
eadurable, In ashe wahereo the goods Pierre was yesterday sentenced to n n H Costs $11.40 Fine Dr. W. F',nton Oilnmou, TB. day of July. 1944,betwe,n the
durable, he was of ~~~the opin- mntsnim15Onnte Hook a$11.0 Jly. 944 be..whth
a that the Trinidad Government six months' imprisonment n specialist, who returned here a few hours of I iti 2 p m. ALL AND
way wa in a poison to an I Not two birds with one stone this imply because a conductor iq. days ago from Grenada, is at pre-, SINGULAR that certain piece 01
Iway the situation. Hban- ilda Moses wdho S. uity N ot twob id .h.. on d o i formTd him at the omnibus was s ent carrying out a tuberculosis n, inr ,nriin N T
Is-the sitaatxona.. ..a.auv aogcocldn n gtr ih ebln th o
1...A J---J-A I_'ka! tImejIt gLtwo fishes.and bacl notwssntcryngt n~liecuoi R-PI TC!,01land comprising ONE .'T


k" ', P . .............I "............ ,..........................re se e
IP.O.S. Burgesses re-
gister ot Town Hall and
I exercise the power of
[your vote

|LAST DAY FOR REGISTRA.
TION 15TH JULY

W. I. N. PARTY
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with a stone either; In this cas ey taxed t capacity and that'survey among school children and together with the building thereon.
,with a atone either; in this cas he was unable to allow him to adults In the South, the "Triniead situate In th Town of an trer-
It's a single bait that brought In travel on it, Joseph Bovell slapped Guardian" l(.'rnt yesterday. He, la.ido in the Island of rrinidad,:
two big fishes-a ,irlte and a 30- the conductor on the right eye. He visited l ince Town district known tid assessed ofs Number,
pound king fish-on one hook In was ordered by Mr. A. J. Hamion Monday cs nown br
the hands of Austin Williams, in the First Polic- Court to pay 'ai Street N and bo-njd
Blanchisaeuse fisherman. $11.40 fine and costs, -on the North lands now or form-1
Williams' account of the Inci- Invitin, the rmagistrat. tn view -- -- erly of S, G. Aaro n 'he S-uth
dent, showed that he had put out assault on omnibus conductors as D-DAY!!! b lands of 0 D Willam on the
alone in his small 16-foot, Acailles, an offence of an exceedingly serious East I). lands formerly of tihe said
on Saturday last to try his luck at nature, and requesting thit he show E'TENDER COMRAD Er,i Stella Smith but'now of carl-
a few hoi &' trolling, his disapproval by imposing [n STARTS TODAY t"n Kenneth Mabk anod on the
Sailing out, he hooked a carite penalty which would serve to di- STARTS TODAY Mas N h
pulling the boat, courage others.rSub t HWes by 4arris Street N( h, at
and while pulling it Into the boat. hoher u-Inspector GlbC Theatres )t r reerve price )f
a rge king fish grabbed the th, wholed thp prosecution, told I P.O.S. and SAN F'DO. $5,.00000
carite.the "'agistratp that m, certain tvvej
Miraculously, both carite and of passenger had now formed the -............, ... Datedthis t
king fish flopped down inside the the tnd or. Dt t A J
shell of the boat, to be clubbed by OFF 17 JAMAICA .... V W 0 PAUL.
--_ ......- Audlne Codrington. of Barbados
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Hear Health Talks
Mr. S. Mooasal Maharaj, Health
Education Officer, was engaged all
last week paying official visit& to
schools in the C opouche, FzAL 1,
Point Fortin, Canaan and Her-
mitage districts where he ad-
dressed teachers and pupils on
practical aspects of health edu-
cation, and pointed out what
schools could do in the interest
of a better community and per-
sonal health.
Accompanied by Dr. C. C. Soo-
deen, D.M.O., Mr. Maharaj also
visited the various rural d!sncn-
,aries at La Brea and Point For-
tin, as well as a soldiers' camp.


Victory In Sight,
The beginning of the end;'
,the dawn of a New Day andi
"Peace and Goodwill towards alli
men-the World made safe for
Democracy.
Ladles, you must play your
part in winning the peace
S by using our famous "IU)O-
RA" FACE POWDER, very
nice texture, in sun tan and
peach at li3c. per box;
ECLAT TOILET WATER;
Madam Alveranga Hair Grow-
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SOAP, etc. I
Do you agree that that com-
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Shead ?
SFitz-Clarence Spencer,
"The Bon Marchi House '
S 14, Marine Square, Eas'-near
I R.C. Cathedral-Tel. 4670 i


way to Jamaica to take up welfare
courses, left tne Colony over the
week-end o-' tiVeir destinatlcn, the
"Trinidad Guardian" understands.
ASSIZES END
Completion of the First Assize
Court list was effected yesterday
and Jurors who sat during the
session were discharged by Mr.
Justice K. Vincent Brown with the
thanks of the Colony for their ser-
vice.
SNORT NOTICE
SALE

By Instructions received from
the Hon'ble T, Ro-dal. I will seU
by Auction at my office 209 Prince
of Wales Street, San Fernando, on
Saturday 15th July, 1944 at 2 p.Vmn.-
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 Pernando.
Terms of Sale--
Building must be removed from
promises within fourteen days
from date of purchase.
Cash at the fall of the ham-
nmer.


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Fonca Beans a"ate, raand
T on a B ean sAbscessesUlceex. eres.
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Fresh Supplties of the above
S1preparations have been received
Highest Prices aid iand are on ale at your Drul Ii' ". LUC 1K
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8T4 ANN'S A DIEGO MA-.IN
S LOCAL ROAD BOXtmD.
OPF7ZF: 108., hENRY ITRET,
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
NOTICE
In accordance with Sections 50-
57 of the Revised Ordinances, o1940,
Chapter l1, No. 1, Notice is hIereW
given that the Annual Election of
the above BDoard will be held, be-
tween the hours of 9 o'clock in the
forenoor and 12 noon, and 'tween
12 o'clock and 5 o'clock in the after-
Snoon, on Thurday 0th July, 1944,
,at the following Polling Statikm -
An Juan .. Warden'a OfMc
St. Ann'& .. do
Maraval .. do
Diego Martin.... do
for the purpose of filling the sats
of two members in out of e.
Candidates for tettoa
give noti n w iting to the Chait.
man of the Sard at least vem
(1 day before tie day of election.
1. s. MANO@T
Ward", St. eore.,
Retu--ing Officr.
Warden's Ofice.
Vort.of-aptn.
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Burgess List 1944
Notice Is hereby 'ven that copies
c. Burgess List of the City of Port-
of.r iln for the year 1944, have
been fixed on t' main (.ntranee
of thi Town Hall. Knox Street, for
inspection by the Public until i -
15th July, 1944.
All claiha to be entered In the
List by persons whose naerr- a ',
been omitted as well as all -I
tlon. to the names of persons ap-I
peering tIn the Uist, ms. be -de
to the Town Clerk In the Statutory
Porm not later than tb- nth day
of July, 1144. The required forms
may be had an appUcation at the
ToYn 'rhte' O61c


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alo been fixd fw bnoettWo by
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