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


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


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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Full Text

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Troops Within Eight
Miles Of Leghorn
And Ancona
July 12 4AP). Allied
Were today fighting within
miles of Lehoti the Italian
IMuAt port, and from the same
were s helling the shipping
of Aneona on the Adriatic
Sopposite end *of the 150-mUe
can light armoured units
forward two miles against
German resistance and cap.-
the enemy stronghold of Cas-
o. eight airline miles down
oat from Leghorn, while Pol-
troops who distinguished t.*iem-
SIn the blccdy Cassino fl"ht-
closed in to accurate artillery
Sof Ancona's fortifications.
oeon of the two Ports would
sly assist the Allied armies
the Impending assault on the
d "Gothic Line" defences-
y the last strong natural
Left to the enemy short of
to River line near the top of
Italian boot.
Iran troops. driving up the
SRiver valley about 21 mlle In-
Sfrom the west coast in an
apted flanking thrust against
.were reported to be meet-
furious opposition above the
y-held town of LaJatlcc, which
b en by-passed.
iman counter-attacks were
as both frequent and
and there was no indication
SAmericans had made any real
In the past 24 hours.
Nails are now using the
concentration of artillery
yve yet employed In Italy,
m nany guns captured on
fronts This, together with
S01nan solialers' willingness to
SIs slowing the Allied advance.
Sthe upper Tiber Valley north
Romc. Eighth Army troops cap-
i the villages of Meone. Mora
SMucignano and drove the
na from the 3.000-fcot Mount

[Reuter states the Poles in t
driltic sec.o.- have now tak
bout 1,100 prisoners since th
san their recent advance a
hey have alsa killed about 131
t is estimated that they wound
another 4,000 and captured sot
0 guns.
Twelve famous paintinpgs I
luding the canvas, "The BiL
sadlng the Blind," have be
tolen the Oermans from t
apleo Art GallMery.. Thias w
lli;ed toda .by. Allied expe
who %ve 6mpleted an a
itnry in*f th whareaboqus
Sof art from Monte OassI
bbey. Another of the missi
ituree Is Rafael's "Madonna

i359 U.S. Troops
f&led In Saipan
WAiHWGTON, July 12 (AP).
r James Forrestal. Secretary
I Navy, reported thai Americo
1ltUis In the conquest of S
Iwere 15,053, including 2,9
1, l. 1tl wounded and 1,1
Mig. He 4aid in the peri
I Monday, 11,948
4Ilrs buried by Americ
I d the oatlmate hat "pro
$0,& r cent" of the Jtpans
W llch probably number
-* of 20,000," died "in t
sience of the island"
I1 Chester NImlt rnnonnn
j-v the capture of more the
- Jap troops In Salpan, t
nlt number so far token In
04 Campaign In the Pacific.
IF _


No 8.171, 27TH YEAR
No, $.171, nTHl YEAR

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Americans Push iUS. Batter Soviets Open New Offensive

To St. Lo Outskirts"uiichAgainr, ,{ nlo

Under De
LONDON, July 12 (AP)--Ulits
one of the deadliest artl'lery barral
within a mile and a half of the am
today and hammered their ape
ciuiarter miles of Lessay, west coast
mian flank. +

Charging through hedgerows
across fields littered with elite
German parachutists who -had
been hurled Into the lines in an
unsuccessful effort to halt them.
American Infantrymen were aided
by consuming artillery fire which
smashed the German rearline con-
centratilons and killed fronthine
Some 200 trapped Germans were
wiped out north of St. Lo. Gen-
eral isaenhower's communique said:
steadyy Allied pressure in all the
main areas of activity continued
to force the enemy slowly back.
Allied gains have been small but i
widespread and the enemy suffered
considerable loses In abortive
In a German counter-attack
northwest of St. Lo the Nazis
lo't 20 tarks on Tuesday; airmen
on that day destroyed or damaged
31 of Rommel's hoarded armour.
The Allied communique said more
than 40 German tanks were
knocked out bv ground action
alone on Tuesday.
A heavy German lank and In-
fanai.'y counter-attack aimed at
splitting General Bradleyv's offen-
sive midway between St. [o )ind
Perlers collapsed under withering
American gunfire and on both
flanks the Douphboys closed in

Germans Say Allies
Using Novel Strategy
LONDOa, ,.jtir i3 (AP)i-'The

,- German radio said this morn-
,ey Ing that an Allied big push is
nd under way In Normandy with
00. an artilleryy barrage exceeding
led anything that has gone before"
eM and with a "strategy utterly
nei, In the history o: warfare."
i;:- -- ,-," --
Ind steadily on the menaced Nazi
en ktrongpolnt.
he On the Caen frort General
Ma Montgomery's orIve remained at aI
ts standstill for the wcond straight
In- day under the Intense pressure of
of German counter-attacks. The
Ino Americars, bolstered now by the
ng increasIng use of their own ar-
*Jmour, were reported in progress
In three of the main sectors of
the co-ordinated attack which
threatened to pinch the Germans
out of the western base of the
Cherbourg peninsula at the side-
door to Brittany.
Down at the Bayeux road the
,-- Americans fought their way two
of and a half miles through stiff Ger-
an man resistance. The thrust car-
at- rled them from Hill 192 across Hill
059 150 and more than a mile beyond.
!18 according to a field despatch
od which said Infantrymen were
Pee within two miles of St. lo-
an crossroad for the whole central
al- Southwest of Salnteny there
seC were further slight advances
ed astride the Periers road where the
he threat was being cut off. forcing
the Germans to pull out of the
ne- flood zone defer'ce line between
SLa Haye du Pults and Lessay to
a the northwest.

Vater Problem Increases

ire Hazards In Port-of-Spain

Plre hazards In Port-of-Spain due to low water pressure are
MW In the report of a conference held at Police Headquarters
June I under the chairmanship of Captain Robert Johnstone, the
W isloner of Civil Defence. A

the report on the findings, the position more dangerous, since
conferees, who Included Coun- these reservoirs are the main
Sf. 0. B. Wooding, the sources of supply in the event of
1; Major A. T. Knights, the fire." the report goes on.
wintendent of the Fire o Br- "It is estimated that, to dis-
l and the Hon'ble Gerald continue the practice of shutting
ht, junior member of the Leg- 'off the water and maintaining the
S tounthcil for Port-of-Spain, reservoirs at a reasonable high
to ,_tah dala prg. level, the City Council would re-

Heavy Cloud OVer I V IL 1 ky I IJ
adly Fire CityAiNo
(UJ 1 ^Qty B,t No Enemy r 1- 1 1 ,

'Planes Seen I nl n
of storm troops attacking under LONDOV, July 1 (AP)-NearlyI n.P o ,an .d A t.
ges of the war, captured point 2.00 American pns battered
1 f ur 1: h lt f, Il l r~lo0l i- '
Tid-Normandy citadel of St. .Lo force from Italy sr'ck once more
warhead to within two and at fourthrals targets. nce, bombing A ir Blow s D e G aulle M
ita anchor of the collapingG Oer. FRouter se-vs that ralyads -e A
northwest of JMls.sellis and
bridges o(n the Fren'h R', t
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Their aest es "neart Cannes were hit. It was Curl tauil i
heirM a esties disclosed tonight that in e ie
AI RA H Vl AajVof much bad flying weather
See D ow nl ^ in the past weeks the Allied i u put
Exneditionary Air Forc (j.i..-
See D ow ning peod 27,000 tons of bombs on SUPREME ALLIED HEAD
v 1 i, u o enemy targets during June I QUARTERS, Jualy 12 AP---A high! . .-
O f Fl in i m More than 1;I.0 )lsnes as-. united States Air Force official said; '
O f F Bomb^J Usaaultln, Munich for the second the American air attacks on 4 01,
--.-- successive day, were heavy bombers, O!rnran oil insmallatlols have cur-
LONDON, July 12 lReuterl-The the rest were fighters, tailed t:ie enemy's petroleum pro- '
King and QLeen were at an anti- The SwI s three 'planes ducilon to a point where the ashort- '
aircraft battery today while It was landed In their territory. ,age i1 having an hinporta-t effect
in action against flying bombs. The American commitnique said on thile inobillt of the Nazi ground
They -aw one of the nissiles that the bombers encountered forces.
brought down. Wi1h Sir Prederilc heavv cloud (,oer Mhinicih and The officer said the objective of
Pile the Coma.ander-ln-Chief of dropped bombs by meani of In- thwart, g (irman mooutliy has
Brita hi's Air Defence, they watched' strunents but the results could been achievedd." and added that
the glow of shell bursts* foll wing rot be observed thle Oerman alir force, the other
a flying bomb as it flashed on tl Once again the attacking force chitf object of the U.S. bombing,.
way. Suddenly, a fighter roared out met no opposition from enemy was decliulnng in siarength in itsi
of the clouds behind the bomb withI aircraft, but ran through Intense face.
it gunlls firing. The pilot put In a f'k ov r I"- t ,-rf i,\erv one of He said tilh Nazis lost more tharl
burst pnd the flying Ixbornb crashed the powerful filter escort got the Germanis could produce every &
to earth. It was recorded as .t jint safdly buack. Twenty-six bombers month since January. Exact Ger-
victim of the 'plane and the, art misslng. nman ala stre inth (iGernaily it-
I Rhortiv after a flying bomb at- The R A -. Lanerasters which at- slf" is not knlian definitely, bil,
tack on southern England. the King tacked flying bomb Ilstallation.s the current opposition over Itlei Prtsident Roosievelt (eated) as
and Quee walked aonoutReich is not 'ompitrable toI.s h t"lrlenh fl t h '
and uen wlke emng he n nr'hern Frlance twice In d By- perception sttr*niih Ks re-ently Ga iulle. homd of the French Nat
wreckage and talked to wardens light yesterday, hit them again Jaurci iun i i- rangh Na
agrcew ke January.1111114r ont .11y 6 following the Iati
arid rescue workers.
It was annde known tonight that this afternoon. LoFse.s of the Stlrateic T 8 Air by 'ptinnr for einfi-ir4r Ir on Frai
lIt Rovyal Free Hospital at Grav's ROBOTS DOWNED Forces in lliii ai, Italv' indtl ius- i'rehletnl iare Mr. i'ardII liu'l, st
Inn R tad. oIndon, had a direct hit sia drop. id o 1 4 per cet of the lliottiiar I(rlight), thie I'
from flylin bombs recently and [Reuiter say. today's Ger- sorties "ilomi lion the previous
despite great damage and wide- maulli communlqitie again plays peak of live per c, lt ... .......-....-..
spread blast, casualties were light up the flying bomb. It says The US. Strategic Air FPorce hit' __________I
pFive people were killed anld nine the area of Or.ater London 51 nil ar'i'nii i',,. 13 sylnthetit, plants, "
Injured, including nurses and pa- is stlil under heavy reprisal anid 80 airplait- fact-ries In t- NIMi's I'o Thaink
ticnis. The work of removing pa- fire of the V-1. It is dis-losed tacl.s Iroin Bit'lain and Italy and .. ,
Clients \\as dodae bv American sol- lhal Austral'a House in the recently Iron Russia. (.hlrchlll and Troops
diers, whlo along in Jeep.s. Strand was damaged during The fortes (-deiroved a total nf
----t,.---.. the recent raids. It Is the 7,655 'planes compuarcd with ILONDON. Jiu'y 12 aReuteri -
Sheadquarters of the Auistrallan American loS-,'s of 3.125, of which A vote of thanks to Mr. Win-
Ia Forces Near Govwrnment in London. It 2.339 were ftcar-ingined bombers stoini Churchilll, tUi- Prime Min-
Swas considerably damaged by The office clis-losed that rece"t Istrr, sand the lighting forces
a r e g7"n -l blast though nobod,' ,was se- Indu.strill ;targes included the wll. be moved soc in the
Strategic Yingtak verely hurt. The mais've build- plants worklih on ilet engine pro- House of t^inialons. It is an
--i B PIng itself is intact, but doors pulsion whi li are used in tiIe all-party in ition recording
By SPENCER MOOSA were blown off and nearly rcbot 'planes bombarding I.ondon. thlanks to the Prime Minister.
CHUNGKING, July 12 iAP)- every window shattered In He said the United States. Bri- and nall who worked %kith him
Tre Chinese High Command said many of Its offices In f'ct tain and iinsia were In agree- in playing the Normandy
toisy that the Japanose left wing the staff is still working with aetrri on Iiarilies reiaardling the aliea itil.'s and expressing ap-
es, of tll2 Catnton-Halnkow rail- windows open to the strect.s1 different types of targets, andl pireciaton olf tIhI magnificent,
av. reached a point 12 miles terom All the fighlter-escorted tombers added, "there will be additional ahlevernliets .,t tihe office .s
st.rattgically Imporltaiint ng- returned safely. Robot raldera a',tacks on the (iernan a l thter anld men Ina the Allld fighting
tak, he push t is prit of the JA- fell on London and otbhr southern 'pl1 industry whenever needed services and the merchant
panese twi-way drive aimed at areas today, causing damage and He said the hbi two-wavy drive naveas. wou cear'l out with
clearing the railway. Actually the casualties. A number were shot against German airline f actories unurpassable bravery and de-
occupation of Yingtak, places al- down by fighters and anti-aircraft between February 20--25 Was so votton wh 't the motln des-
vance elements of the Japanese, gunners last night and today. effective fat the Na i could not crlbes asthe grI'est cmb,,,n.d
less than .60 miles from Japanese iReuter says, the slIles of .rmade pov aible t ie invasion with-i aii reaching down frontm north and Normandy cleared sligith, this md oil te v si t -a----rk-
now haited at engyang. I the morning and Allird bombers Out German air force opposite's.
Hunan province. and fighters were out In force as averaginll 1.018 monthly Inot C Pr
--- --- from England and from Nor- the air and 257 on the ground. U P1
hinese Link UpT mandy lading strips. Marau- Since January, the U.S. trate-
hinese Link U ders and Havocs bombed three gei Air Force has dropped 26M,277
big fuel dumps behind thie tors of bombs during 242,849 sor-
In frma front Thir was another blow ties The US, Strategic Air Says T errible
In BurmIla in this new systematic often- Porce bomb tonnage was stepped P e
KANDY July 12 (AP l alve to cut down the flow of tin from 29.000 tons in January to sl A hel
KANDY', July 12 (AP)..-L.leut.- Pppha teomees rA head0InJue
General Joseph Stilwel's campaign supplies to Rommel's arm 82,000 In June.
Ito root tWe Japanese fromt meo- oured uniti.l____--__-__--_
soon-drenched north Burma and Headquarters announced that WASHINGTON. July 12 (APi-
drive a land supply route to China Allied air forces flew approxl Di m A tiv Mr. Roosevelt declared today that
reacned another minor milestone mately 158,000 sorties from Erit- D plo t tiv the "met terrible phase of the un-
yestrday wih the Juncture of the alsh and French bases in the first [ T 1k paralleled struggle in wh:t we are
Chinese 22nd and 38th Divstlons month of the Invasion dzstroyingl |r urish ta i engaged Is still before us. and the
about seven miles west of Mogaung. more than 1,067 enemy ,lanes In United Nalions must look forward
This freed the jungle-grit moun- the air and losing 1,281 aircraft. LONDON, July 12 (AP).--Ankqra to great asuffeling and enormous
lain area between Kamiang and ____ Press despatch.s state that the sacrifices before Inevitable victory
Mogauig of all but isolated bands -- Turkish capital il seething wth h won."
o straKglers. Hea dquartera said, e e d diplomatic activity In which both The Presidetil, was speaking on
the roau was cleared completely oI| DBeaverrooK neaus Russia and Britain are taking Im- the occasion f tIhe presentation of
ot ganiea resistance and the Ch.-, *portant parts and there are hints credentials bv Pedro Beltran, new
ne.,e had mcud local attacks at the i D la tion that the Turkish Government Peruvian Amoassador to W.shl.g-
beleaguered base of Myltkyina. last O J lD legatlaon might be debating whether to en- ton.
of th. ee north Burma bastions still tri the war, German broadcasts, Mr. Roosevelt said: "In th, diffi-
in Japanese hands. LONDON, July 12 (AP). The showing anxiety, said "something cult time I am confident the UnitedI
Tne total of Japanese dead In Foreign Ollice a:litoulncedi toniln. of great Importance is being die- States can count on the aympathe-
north Burma was 16,000, of which that negotiations between Unlted cussed In Ankara," and added that tic assistance and support of Peru
more than 10,000 were killed in rates and Britain on oil will uc the Turkish Cahbinet met last night in the task of winning the war
May June and July. resumed In Washington shortly. under President Ismet Inonu. and against Fascist awngrestn."
IReuter reports that British Lord Beaverbrook will head the the parliamentary group of the He quoted t lenth 5n uniceaw
14th Aimy troops, pushing gra. British delegationa. Others Included People's Party held a secret con- H qed l l
duauly towards tht Burma bor. Mr. Richard Law, Under Secretlary fence with Premier Sukru Sara- titled and distinguishled Peruviaaa
der from Imniphal, have smashed for foreign Affairr; Mr Geoffrev coglo who said that the Anglo-Sa on na-
another Japanese strongpoint for Foeg non Mr. th. rag.u,
in a two-day be. Ito was Lloyd, Chairman of the Oil Cout.0ol Franz Von Pap,-n, the German tiona believed hi freedom for them-
n a thewo-day r battle. It was Board-,; Mr. Ralph Assheton. Finan- AmhniBssador to Turkev, called on selves and others. whie the Oer-
of Ukhrul where aane. a Secretrv to the Treasary ad t Saaacgloayesterdav before leaving mans remained where the world in
r Ukhrul whereorganised re- li Williamt Bowbrow. o Istanhul. the past ages even seemed bent on
distance was broken a day or Wlm Bo travelling even further back.
two ago. Six hundred Japan- ________________-
ese troops struggling to break
through toesafety were routed.j C O EviOnKeHalt
Beli TaCouncilor Kumnar Halts Move No Evidence Here
Belgian Traitor To Give City More Water of Yellow Fever
Hnp In ith To vVe City More W ater I-There Is no evidence of yellow
fever In Trinidad, but It Is possible
Han e -n that It can be brought here by
LONDON, July 12 (ftReuter)-A Stubbornly maintaining his original stand against the Council's 'planes coming from countries so

.r. Was 13.901b., While quire a rurmaer supply on fuua.0u ',-rR'i-uit i..ne1igiL traitor wnu
w2 P, preni1 at night to 2,000,000 gallons per day. Major was today executed In Lonuon,
hi. w'e it was he;d Riddel estimated that the two was a waiter who dabbled in the
bu 5d on experience, a wells on the sea front aol he black market after his country
StorY working pressure for one on the Queen's Park Savan- was overrun in 1940.
was 50 to 101b. nah, controlled by his department, Then. when the Belgian police
SCtinissloner nolnted out together with two new wells at St. got on his track, he got In touch
S Ptresent Practice by the Joseph, could supply at least with the German Secret Service.
oitII. of periodically clos- 1.500,000 g&'lons per day. Of this First he was alven a Job in nor-
Smain valves at rtservoirs amount 800,000 to 1,000,000 gallons them France to spy on French
gnate a time lag of at least could be made-approximately one fnd Belgian worker at GermsI
SiVes ater the alarm for week. The balance should be avail- airfleids, Then he was marked
hu been reIceived and ac- able by the American authorities at down for a bigger Job to go to
bY the city official reMpon- Dooklte. Britain to find out about Allied
r neito the valves before "Civil defence emnfergency mains, plans for the western front opera
tWet pressure can be which are designed to protect a tons and to keep a prying eye ofl
Considerable portion of the lower the movements of troops and
flirt minutes are vital action of the city, have already sh1ps.
a fire, in saving a provd most effective on three oc1 T'hat was five months ago. He
S-aid locally n Ia c tons. Water for these mains got here alright by way of Swe-
W port adds n point- has up to now been drawn from den, posing as a refuge from Nasl
>tt frequently the Fire the Electricity Board's well. bt It tyranny and even said he wanted
SnT arrWvTl on the scene, was always intended that hs to join the Allied forces. But this
.,tely frutrated by lack main source of supply should, In waiter from Antwerp was not a
an emergency, be drawn from the very good actor and his mslon,
DAN nMsea at two terminal points, viz., In the official words, was a eon-
D--ANER the LIghthouse Jetty and St. Vin- Piete failure, and he has become
SCity Uthg r eportta that oent Jetty. As long as precauUtions the 16th spy to be put to death
l'aeft of shutting off are taken to M that th enmer- In Britain in this war.
dtlOcdtinued,.t h "t h Ire mains are kept full of water --
Klat sHUIlland Leaen-I tPLAISI.5TURN TO PA49 S CoM 1S.vic n le
t.od be ptre rn )St. Vincent Flier
:: al ruering_ ...... ....

5Lf y teoed that the leng-standing menace to public health ST VCXNT. July T
0 St'S atvI life property In Port-of-Spain have now reached from U Che M s has beenmre-
-g .. makes itipAive for the Government to take oer celed here by ad LAwrence
It yomploya husband, yln e Offer Ned Law-
a &M heCit mA Ajuore n aeaateea 1hno ies'hto-foarm airrtaft her-
oft o ntar bowe d in suppdrt of a petition .rence, Is reported dang roly tn.
S"Mnt ol taow tl e ahtis m o lately. lud a 131t of o a n acm.
tatsr ....................................... ttd t Britol .
wM-*'aa. Urs. SMwrncefse 9
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acceptance of Government's proposals, councillor RanJilt Kumar,
casting the lone dissenting vote at last night's meeting, effectively
bWocked the city's latest move to obtain a sorely-needed 1,500000

gallons of water per day from Government.
Touched by the distressing pllght-.. .
of hundreds of city dwellers -
stricken by the continuing water Japs
shortage, members declared them-
selves ready tp recall their earlier From
decision not to take advantage of F
Oovcrnment's offer to sell the city VN
the water needed, but Councillor QAT
Kumar, at voting time gave an QUART
emphatic 'no' to the proposal, thatJai
Unanimous vote of the Covntil thaJrE
was required on the motion whieh 'by the
would have enabled the Council to a-ing to I
reconsider ita decision made less than drawn 11
six months ago against purchas- the first I
ing water from Government-owned be the 0
wells at Dockelte but although ex- attempt t)
pressing itself aU deeply conscious i tI
of the acute water shortage and the from the
resultant pUght of city burgesses, westofW
the Councl could do nothing more to break
towards that end than stand be- on the 1
hbind its decision upporting, with reach thet
aatendments, the report of i, ern end of
Water merey Committee. It was
It was aSed_, however, to accept bombers 1
.he offnr by government of expert iations fr
technical aesistanc, Sad in tld
The followln amendment mored
by Counciflor UdB Ph alp. was a
accepted. "'Tat trs oa' -w
ptse tMe Peeommend tt P.tnff
Water EmnemSy M adeo: C
the work of hfvu h

dlK4too* -a -i Owl
,4,-ata^ / lI.ilI

Fry To Break
Wewak Trap
IS, New Guinea. July 13
wa announced today
nese trapped off Wewa
itsh in Mew Guinea, are
break through the Allied
be West. Battle lines are
mles east of Altape, and
klrmlshes are believed to
p=n of a determined
I mk through.
tfatled that 45,000 Japs
18th Army were trapped
ewak. The Japa may try
pat the Allied holdnlg
ew Guinea mainland to
r base in the nrethweat-
Sthe Sland.
mnnooed that Ameran
ammered enemy itaw-
n nmort to PougalavilU
ke north to Palau,


inuecute, aMr. A. Taylor, Supervisot
of the Yellow fevr Cntruol cam-
paign in British Guiana. told the
"Trinidad Guardian" yesterday.
Mr. Taylor ia kere on the recom-
mendation of the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare In the
West Indies. to discuss with local
health authorities measures for
control of yellow fever.
He is at present working with
the Public Health Department oft
the city and later will work with

Patriots Fire
Death's Home
LONDON. July 13 Rtouter. -
French patriots have set Or ta
house of the notertoua QU .
Marcel Deat, II a tle iV= of
central PFranc. The Oeraans lv-
ing this news recall the attempt to
kill Deat made at hi village ftic
last year.
Like his colleague kenriot. the
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b reaks Th rough'
6nl,.Nliile Front
L.U..i,( , July 12 (AP).--
S hal ismeph Staini announced to-
ify t iy te itulan. hbave opened 1'
new 30-mie front north of the
Dat,le in Ploland and Llthua l
*rlr aova'ning 3t miles and capturith
anal than 1],O) places in tWne fire
U.. ~ dtw lya of the drive to kntack the
i t II Ii'i Iahs I their t one last re .
an n111 .totho d on pre w ar Soviet -
mi a pecitl order o f the dhy
Ma'shal 8lalin said the l:eco
l .....BaHltic Aro y of G (nei al Andrel
YI:,'nnko hod hat i okfle tnthiouKgh
It Niizi pi enle northwest A-
kt hailti with Gen. (harle (In Novtmokontki with an of*ensavt
tlon:wd ('oaamitte,, ait hth %htit hlelinched aoi lI si iy and eaptut e4-
tr arr n nte lini>'alnt t al lway town of
ltor, arrive 11 fix tok flan ft tAIt itdt it 22 miles el st of the Latr#
neo-American affalr. I th nd th i iV olAdar ''"
retortiy of Sltate left)i. said Atilti Tlhe new."mtlu iit rap IIo the'"a
lnnt's daughtler,--(All' piht.s) Soie folC'e tonl the i itth contmnu-
Sed their headlong drive toward
t 1. iiiSt rusia tnd fiile Baltic Sea.

.SovietsU~o G ersrlttvs ('-"'~>tri'ii o c. ii
'IT v angnard of thise mihty of*
f i '. e wii ra tpo tiedn atiildy witth
SovietsG et I I milesof.t rnsele and thl'
;' rnimi coi'murniuniq placed t
1t1i ainci~ng Sovieth st of lty
,M money Plan 11 '"0"""' "t
l.PEo11 in lithuanip, 33 aies *osouth
l'n, nl.i tnd wibhIn ',l7 iil 's of the.
sl I oat) t vital Ia l -lay I ikittf
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BREXI'TON WOOIS, Jil l2 AP iia.WIonKt up to 1 miles at somft
Tile American i gia' elou to LLed! poialt t Inte last 24 tours, toIe
ii l8"Itill olTniveiV di aive deep intq"
Nations Molnetlty Colli''i.e mlsiiti' aiiaing:d and wavberingOla -,
served a a itua ult e matu, oi l ia tIe s.nt d on a triant lefs tbia
ime} tdila.n Iic, or Reich territory, bfr
Soviet in.on represiuntat a s., Cdi 6 thv, Lit tI for ecst Prussit
mnandialg a i tni.l al ns\'T" oiIo i heI li n ipa I reported a big neW Moie
wi.ld be u th lcriumao gol. qcon.a- advatnc ,i nto ,ttern
ti the propostar Multt-nmairo- Iasserting that beawy dlatoe
dollar culepcy staWation lunid. i developil n geat 9 8 to Tvauat i
waThi was teitrna today from a, t t1 h eofl L I satlI. 1 ?
unimpeachaba. ct...... orintadau sc e h eWU
Vn, 110 added that the9ts IIe l, et 'tlttt't 'UMa t l
n adhdt hatd a re tle, roleI Ml scow The likelihood was that by motre
.i .- ted .... Ir)" lr Ing people on Gzrinan voil wouU%
ulilgitty be expected by l~gatiall. f oar the l ithUule in this war.hear
Itussia Is kuwn to .L !be, kin, the thilnder of the tlsa l h o t gla
a quota larger than the und$-UU, g unse.
oilganay assigned he' in the ten- 'that the rolling at ite R aia
tative oratt of the stabilisation might across the border woulL
fund proposal and at the arme deal the German spirit Its h Viear
time was demanding credit for blow so far, was indicated seaapt'
her war devasatd areas. Credit in the Nazis' recent o tn dOt.
would be in the form of gold con- broadcasts.
tribution smaller than. ai at re.- The included the delrat to
quired of th oher nations, of East ,Pru'ssa a military ""
The united States deeato iseItand scheme for vaciltionl.
Th 3 repoted. etat .d.. rieatho those not essential to resistainse
Russian .epor t a figute eahd the hasty movement of
pruaoionat l uota.. igure r tO cunner and farm produota #v t
$1,200.000,000 with the under- the country.
standing that site put up one- At the same tlini the 3svtIrliola
fourth of that aptunt in gold or p respondent ol tin. SwedftdhlOnwl
10 per cent, ofr lr gold holdings aper 'Svcnska Dagoladet" nOr
whichever was amader or could ed that aCeord~ng to theG Oet .
accept a smaller quota and there- Press Field-Marshal Model, qert$,
by reduce her gold conirit:ution tor of the (terman "hedgehog do.
proportionately under the formula fence system. ihas taken over co"-
that would apply to all partri- ..anand -l.te.centrasI Russian front
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-lRed Army Driving Fast
:-Towards German Soil
V:VrEN a little more than three years ago
-* Hitler unleashed his legions against
-the Soviet Union, he believed he had set
-his feet on the sure path to victory. At
o. various time it may have seemed to him
that he was near success, but the turn of
t:events has long since shown that in at-
"ticking the U.S.S.R. he dug his own
1 g rave. Millions of soldiers whom he sent
::out in search of lebensraum have found
; ra'ves on the Russian steppes, and as his
: 'hope of world domination fades so the
:Red Army draws nearer to German soil.
: At the same time, from the west, the
*: British and American troops are strength-
:. ening their positions for the day when,
:: In conjunction with the Russian and other
: 1Allied troops. Hitler's empire will be
struck with full force from all sides.
2H The time for preliminary operations
S:: should soon come to an end, but in the
41 meantime experience iM being gained
which, when applied on a large scale, will
hasten the collapse of Hitler's war ma-
.chine. Thus far only a limited proportion
Sof Allied strength has been applied
against it in eastern, western, and south-
ern Europe, but already it Is feeling the
Strain and being drained of Its fast dwin-
: dling power. Heavy losses are being In-
_fl..cted on the Wehrmacht in Normandy,
but the losses are greater on the eastern
front; and with the flames of battle
T ^spreading and likely to blaze elsewhere in
I new invasion landings, it is probable that
the enemy will soon be made to suffer
,: losses he will not be able to withstand ktr
"more than a few months.
"- A feature of the fighting in eastern
S Europe is the tremendous speed of the
Red Army's westward drive on the cen-
tral front, after smashing powerful Ger-
man fortifications in quiak time. When
i what has been achieved there is repeated
I on the northern and southern fronts in
S- Russia, as they will, tlhe Wehrmacht will
b' be put to its sternest test yet of the war.
IIn the meantime the situation on tlhe
central line must be cause for grave
anxiety to Hitler, for powerful Soviet
spearheads were only 49 miles from East
l Prussia yesterday, and at. their present
rate of advance should be on German
S soil at the end of the week.
The announcement over the German
. r home radio that "the *nemy Is at the
S gates of Germany" must have brought
Sto the German people the imminence of

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r o o a u r o w m g -i oe r i r r .. . . . n i 1 a - -- r . . . -. ...a- .. . .
rwu u- vvruwu g i D c run mj lf ith a jug. rst of al .1. they have been well treated Cf
Of O r P t-W r P rP the u to fill and yen. -. IT is notified for geer m information that the Secretary
uO Our Post ar rogramme p lowingt or my od for the Colonies has under consideration the quetton of
OfOr Pos P roramm fortsw N H harassed By Successes h It will be necesary to control passenger movement
T- Agricultural mt e will Vonbe able to h a 'lNazis H harassed B y Suc c sse SI resaUon at nof t itie it Europe and the steps which wil ha
learly au thu nd t ii o ite w shO sor at any tim be abe to have da* tsken to ensure that a proper degree of priority is obser
clearly saw the need to make the war- night a e a a R rz A FIlllocation of the limited number of pWsag.s which it is
time demand for greater self-sufficiency I o fp i N B R LAUGHLIN. y Ay In F lan ,wUthen be available.
and improved marketing the starting- o -a This artil. writtemh i thel The relative importance of the 2. The Secretary of State wishes to have the follow
point of a long-termn policy. The tenor of Vats For Water Users earlier tages the Finnish Balc trade i il'IrtrSted 1i by matlon in order to a t im in estimating the amount of
The Editor. 'rriidad Guardian." camlaignl. indicates the import- I0he rafftc of the Kiel Canal--2!.- sccommodation which will be r -quired during the first year
Its recommendations was that increased Fn clsRM d please fini tv signed I&nee of control of the Baltic ;.2 0700 tons o cargo, as compared t.e termination of hostilities in Euiope-
food output should not be an emergency water petition and thanks or the to the Nazis. and the prOspeet to 26. 227,00 tons pas3ing through
Opportunity.I%,sitagoinIg to sugestIof that control being wrested the Panama Canal in 1938. 1 (a) The number of men who will be accomronied an
measureoOnly, but should carry over to to the contractors who are buellistI by Russia. I The Kiel Canal, moreover. is butt number of those who will be unaccompanied by
meluure only, but should carry over" to S!tEo the^ : conracor wh areo~ bulll
several modern hcvses in Trinidad The Soviet offensive in Finlandione of the Western outle's of the and the number of women and children.
the peace as a means of Improving peas- to adopt the modern system ofimay be more dangerous for thehi Baltic.
ant economy and standards of nutrition. rt 9wo~ asfrtepr ai hnat ~~ oethel Many shins still sneak around (b) The destination to vhlich transportationwilb
erecting %wood,-n vats for the pur- RIthnayoor mvwilb
pose of collecting rain water as i Rt'ssian. might have umdertaken Deam.irk while much of the trif- and the nationality of the intendhig traveller.
In announcing plans to make in- doTe in British Guiana in the present pha.he of the wer. ie whic enters te German in-
I used to think that the B., Once the Russians control the land waterways passes though the l (c) The reason for which the journey is being nmid4
creased food-growing a permanent part water system vas a little ncient. main port of Finland from Viipit'l Trave-Elbe Canal between Lubeck indication as to whether a return passage will be I
On tile contrary. lAmahs water to Turku at the entrance to thel and damnbrrif.
of the agricultural programme, the Oov- bathing t vurrle ary L uha .re wt to iu nand teintrwine be abe H amlbbrg.l (d) The nature of transport required whether sea, i
ernment ha therefore taken a step to- convenient than having to don to seize the i sand barr.r which Heavy Traffile sea and air passes. II the litter, which part of
one's bith suit and pray for rain. separates. the OcIf of Bothnia from i The nature of this traffic Is in- ney will be by air.
wards implementing an Important feat- it is a blessing the rainy season is tile Baltic. .diat,.d by thile s:at.-timics of ihe Kiel
f y Te l a pc f a on, I d hope something will be With the entrance to this gulf Canal. In 1938, there were more 3. The Government is requesting the assistance of t4
Ure Doly. The logical place for a fod done before thI dry season comes in Soviet han.'. Swedish ove sitip- thin 4.000.000 tons of coal, almost ber of Commerce, the Pet!uroleum Association of Tr'lnida
pro cionti*aff wnt t. be e- a( ud. merits to Oermanv can no :oir 2,000.000 tonis of lumber. 1.000,00 Agricultural Society of Trinidad and ToL',go in obtain ing
C. L. BOURNE. be conveyed by sea from Lulea in tons of wheat and about 3,00.000 Inforfibation frcm their members. Students who contemplate
ly an emerfgency one is in the Agricul- Maitraval. the northt.n end of the g.lf tu tons of cre in a total of 11.662.000 ing abroad during the period speci'led should communicated t
S an ey on is In th Ac .-l IGerman and Polish ports on the tons moving westward from the particulars to the director of Ed' as early as possible.
tural Department, and the same applies Water Needed Urgently southern shore of the Baltic Sea. Baltic. persons not included in the above catrgurirs should furnish I
t Departmn t, the same applies W e N d U t Finland would be cut off Wrum With the Scandinavian coun- ticulars asked for In paragraph two above to the Colonial
to marketing, without th, proper organ- 'rite EdItor, " Guardian." Geirman coal and food supplies ,tries dependentt exClIsively upon Office not later than the 31st Jil, l it.i.
We need Aater be it from Gov- while Soviet and possibly even German coal and Sweden's in-
Isation of which much of the productive ernment or 'he City Council. Oive Allied nalai and air forces could creased ore exports to Geimany 4. It is desired to mrplhasise that the Secretary of
work will be wasted. The Government u vat,r. eiter by reconstructing strike out over the Baltic sea lane. the Baltic trade today mav be even quiry is purel exploratory; tl', t i is being made in order
r improvin thi water mamns. Thruere also, L little! doubt that Gr-eater than before the war. Here, whole problem of spa and air transpyortation during that
has therefore decided to combine the two h te cincillors a rel sufferers: the Russians, once they are estab- in the secluded waters of the BA-be reviewed: and that the enquiries must not be regarded
under~~~~~ thwrsetMrhtnyfler r da' t d~i~ ev relieve theniselvei 1islued long Finland's sotithern Itic. Germany has concentrated the Ing or even suggesting that it will be possible to Meet the neg
under the present MarketingOffcr, Mr. and bring the question to a end? coast could bring the opposite remnants of her merchant marine. Company or to allot a a or air passage to any individual.
e nnot go so fa, I Trotman. and transfer them to the Ao tl, e of the Gulf of Finland tinder A strong Allied fleet of sub-y
Trotman. and transfer them to the Agri- thait ovcr'niemit take over the tUi'lvr control and open tile back marines, motor torpedo boats, and ERROL L. DOS SA
cultural Department next January. task. Idour front the North Atlantic into destroyers in the midst of this in- ActingR ColonA
c tura D a m nex Jnay W. FURIONGF- 'hIe Baltic Sea. tensive traffic Aould work havoc Atng Co
These decisions have been precipitat- Portuf-4ut-mu.. iinscape Route among German shipping. ThI Nazis
.... need all the ai- and navel craft
ed by the forthcoming resignation at the Water Take Over Supported This back door. the faous they c sre otednce o
I rhs bck oort~m faousthey can spare for the defence of
end of next September of Mr. H. Neal the etor. rSain Canal, ilt b hundreds the esterapproaches to the con- NOTICE
enThnxtSe.el lio."TrinidadGuardian.' thousands of so-called Kulaksathnn
Fahey, the Controller of Local Produc- nTe elet n appeal for sig- 'o td ot accommodate them- Jidging by recent British and
,na ; u r e s to .. p e titio n to b e s e n t ,I ,sl, e s to E o ls h e v lk c o lle c ti v is a R t's s ia i c o m m u n iq u e s a b o u t th e
tien. Mr. Fahev has don t work of great t o Government. requesting the t.k- tlon, enabled part of the Soviet slnkin0 of German ships off the Notice Is hereby given that In accordance with 5ecton
e mg over of contr il and distribution fleet to escape into the White Sea northern tip of Norway, their air the Local Loan Ordinance 1918 ,Cam. 221 t formerly No. 1 $,&
important e at a most c-itical period in of the Citv ,f Port-of-Spaln's ,tvemi in 1f4! the Germans were latid nav l forces are hMarth' sttfi-drawings for the redenmpton 9 o debertCre.s will take place N.l
n r, n t water suppl, tihiI appeared illn losingg in on Leningrad. e to over te ital Sp s- of he Accountant-eneral, Por:--pan, at 2 p. on
the Colony's history, and his ability, i u uf the Sunda Fr the la. two and a half vicest up r
intaieadlca;n uardimu isn.ct tie into tra.lspars be ihi ag wenftcl oten upssbe-17th day of July, 11944.
initiative, and local knowledge have con- uardi" d l me iyto tra, s ears. it has ben within range ween Narvk, Kirkenes and Pet-
of delight of Finnis and German gIns, and samo firm where nikel and other Holders of debentures i-sied mider tie above mpil.unfl
tribute immeasurably to its success. But on Moirl'a morning. T wrote i at FPe'ozvodaonl YTake Onega the valuable minerals are shilpwd o bs ance are invited to attend.
t would not have been possible to achieve beGverneit suggesting thatake- Finns came so tse to it that to Germany as retttrn freight.,-
i lt ld n have been porsiay c eive lube ar to effect tiertktrac ws virtual. topped. In the Baltic, the Germans would E S
all he did by ordinary Civil Service oer volunaril and forthwi The Stalin Canal which con-be almost defenceles against Ali!ed ERROL L. dos SANi
a rather than wait to be overwhelmed nects Leningrad on the mouth of raids. The German Admiralty is Acting Colonl
methods, and te p atby the deluge the Neva and Soroka on te White unlikely to pit the remnn Colonial Secretary's Offtce.,
departure and the inc oration of ro- A REY 1 WILLI Sea was built precisely for this lar iger units of their already Trinidad.
eparure, an e incporaion pro purpose. it follows the Neva, diminished battle fleet against 7th July. 1944. '
ductlon and marketing Into the agricul- New Water Sources? passes along the southern shore nwarms of vrall and fast shins __
tural service, will not mean the slowing The Editor, Trinldad Guardian." f Lake Ladoga, then follows the operating from secure bases in .. .
Signing the water s.ipplv peti- S"i' River into Leke Omega and .inland.
down of endeavour. tin. beg to pu in my suggestions from there reaches the south rn NOTICE
for improvement end of *he White Sea throu h 19 Germans Concerned 01
Mr. Trotman, we believe, has plans There are millions of gallons of looks. all of which have remained The Grmans alwvs have been
for further Improvement of distribution, tuin daily hitte sea thou hout the war ticia Russlaan haun the spectre of Rus- Holders of Debentures issued
fewhich (,aneasily be collected &3hihands. This artificial seaway can sisa attack across the Baltic. On
and should not be hampered by any of' erveehve the C nd t subrba,. negotiated by vessels 1 to thm Crte a. NooroIk and off the provisions of Ordinance No. 15 0
We have the Caura, time 3.000 toins, i i 14 m ies lo in-!eningrad. Red masrines hate
those peculiar disabilities which too pften i Marac:s-St Joseph. the Sta. Cruz- eluding n e'vlabl lk and rlvp, howI tohness nd skill In land- (Cap. 222) are hereby notified that t
Sm Juran i ers which run waste, the to6al distance being about 630 In, onrr'tio'rs. The Reich's Baltic
afflict the Civil Service, What effect the si'relt 1,t' e steams caln be col.- miles. coasts are almost 1.000 miles long. lowin debentures were drawn on Mn
change will have on the production sd0 leetred by ani irtake into small re- BUsy Inland Sea practically unDrotected and asially lowing tdencuresw ere dr1 cn u
Cepticl's .atid ltt int.) the existir.g accessible. Another 1.000 mile, tf the 26th day of June, 1944, and will
Of the work is difficult to predict, but Quai Dam mari or a m'lln laid Next to the Mrditfrranean. the flat and smooth coast are under the 26th ay of June, 1944, and
bi e nor dob tI t igro for the purpose, emptied into a Baltic i thle world's busiest inland Nazi occimatlon east of the Oer- deemed at par at the office of the Ace
there can be no dOubt that a vigorous large dasni somewhere in the vicin- sea. Two vors before tihe war, man frontier.
policy will continue to be needed, Mr. t of te E;,stern Quarrv and Stettin, Dn7 d Odvnia. the Since the bettrnnito 1q42when ant-General, on Tuesday the 15th d
poiywllcn uet ene dr. ii tle Iaventiiie reser- three principal nor's on its south- it became clear that the Allies enera,
Fahey feels that things are now going vor ,ih ll be c itiualy kept (rIM d, had il three together wonld te U their raids on north- August next, after which all interest
filled, and I am snure the clty will traffic of 24.537.000 tons-o'ne and we~tprn Germany. many fcAtories
well enough to permit his return to pri- be sutppieo ih all the water a half times as much as the (Corm- have been transferred to various debentures so drawn will cease and
t lf, bu ti ceti de needed for all purpt 'PS bit.'rf trflif of Geria' and Tre: tc ooint. on Oermnny's Baltic coast. tu re awn ill cese an
vate life, but this certainly does not mean wh dg rc of water when 036 ou00 ot'. Stettin. se.t of the mighty Vulkan mille -
that effort can be relaxed. The official we have it running waste! In term of register tons the steel works a wavs hi's been an" i
THIOMAS MARCELLE. I F.. afirfcf ail of Germaniy':. ports 'tmrortant industrial centre: some
communique rightly says that food-grow- Port-of-Spaii. ion the ulic lus utan*i atndheavy Industry and rolling stock 0 debentures: Nos. 17 50, 71
..... IGvt'ia '18 10.000 tonSu was tRI-ufactories were located Around 123, 11,m. 231, 24., 25S,
ing is of increasing rather than diminish- TSP C A Officer Repli es t s tha New Yo onberi."Christian Science 30., 334, 370, 3., 3,
ing importance. While plans to carry MTofCr"Olo ing reply r 20.000,000 oridToS d 419, 4. 42, 457. 5,
The following reply to "Pro 512. 5 i 0 5 579 609, :
al~oAnimahia," iwho comn-ld P bT B
forward the work permanently are essen- plan In this c olumn bot o Problem Be S lve 62 76 .
tial, we hope therefore that proper lati- the overloading of horse carts, e 1 4
has been sent to us for pub- By H. NEAL FAHE CLar2b nerned reey il the debentures.-Nos, 1, 173, 15, 41,
tude will be allowed the executive head lien Jon. ,n-ian races, an Ah t he 124 231 2 17, 11 247, 2 88,
To -Pro Bono Animali" PFew Trimidadlans realise the of Airic& ne lntUuceO, 1,Smaciln -' 31,236 2,',, l2 376,
of the new combined department within _. .r^ ^ .^ ^ a ^ ^ n ... ,e^ ^ n ^ ^^
of the fraew ork ined &- withi n Your letter in tile "'Sundav sgnigtcance of th Sclal and ra- prejmut4iing b h o t uen to ma ned uour,,s,,61Q ,376,
of the Civil Service. Guardian' headed ,IHorse Carts c.,l evolution taking place in this y 30s long &s.Jt 4Lton 3l is L50 debenturrs:-Nos. 4, 69, 79. 102,
the framework of the Civil Service. -^ h ,^ ...."1 390. 401, 4!8 4h ^ ^^^ dbnue -^6 3, 4;o0,
CG'erloaded." with your query, siand. rk-,r -srnel .onqueror. the Moors. 0 152, 1.3, 167,
"What has beccmre of. the T. "P. 'ine world problem of .ororro 0; M 1 IA, 152 14, 167,
_C._________________ CA. ?" Had you taten the trouble Is going to be, just how to find a tAME FOR SANCTUARY 1;1 199, 212, 215, 219,
sceay224. 287, 285, 304, 311,
to get In touch with the secretary solutioi of the claims of the na- Un ,e ce o conque.L oy British, i, 36 3,137, 405, 409,
Before goirg to prez., I would lons of tne i astl wth its popula- repuOlican and royalist French 3 4
,^^._- -= =: ===1 :[ l= = in i n L; i a ^ l been plead tO go into your ton of hundre. of muli:nis .cci to Trinidad as a sanctuary 100 debentures: Nos .(!, 91. 136, 143,
query and to give you further, any tO.. an equal right with the %aen the opposing party haa the 10, 1 0, 1,2, 92, 205. ,
Information about the activities of races of North America and upperhand fm Grenada, St. Lucia. 25, 2, 211 2, 308, 485.
the 'r.S P.C.A. Should you still Europe. to colonize tle empty 2 deloupe and M8a ique, and 26. 5 3 0 4
care to do so, I shall be willing to spaces of the world. Unless a &O- hundreds of people described U free 26fl, 533, 661, 707, 18,
make an appointment whenever It luUtion Is found, a head on collision peop of colour, many of wm, 813, 829, 834, 868, 82,
Sis suitable to youo between east and west will drenca like ua hao been eduated i813, 8291 8 4, 77 8,
cNRX R eoprisnld s uloms ben98 970, 1007, 1034, 1079.
EDNA ROXBURGH. the world with blood, on a scale pai., let H aiti and esta Ihed 1197, 1215, 1243, 1271, 1279,
kND T PCA oa Secretary. making the present war small m flourishing s a i the 197 115, 1-243, 127, 19
T I PCA., cQnparIomp This uIrk oUtlook can ranalt. 1343, 1358, 1374, 13S2, 1419,
; Mara"al d be avoided by looking on Trinidad At the con t rith, 1427, 145, 1490, 148, 502,.
a ---- as the solution. nidad sas already so cosmopolitn, 1839, 146. 17025 1709, 17,15,M
S.. iW Publicity Appreciated At some time in the dim past, a t d world travel 16e 1702l 109e ,1715,
anrce of People ver similar in facial l w orldctravellers lite,j C he mIt 1746, 1750, 1751, 1795, 1888,
SThe Editor "TrinidMad Gaurdisan" 1 ch 9racte 7. 19eople Ea tn .acia7l r, d1c9ribed.Trildad hmo 18 963 18 4e990.
I with to conrmend the "TrinI- charactersicst to'ei East Indrians of I- poiltn place in '.ie world, 1S 25i7. 1903. 1, 9201 2
Sdad Guardian" for giving P htCitY India. dd described by Columbushrtng every race and mixture o 20 65, 20 55. 215, 201,8 .2112,
Sto the American Service-iena "the best looking natives he had 1 mn e 2151, 274, 218A0, 2182. 2198,
of the orium. I attend tbee forum ever sfen--n honour the Trinidad- With the introductiian a large 22, 283, 2290. 230, 210, |
meeting and enjoy them tin- n an ldies have comiutently held- scale of Chinese, who, ben 2338, 2370. 239O ,
mensely. By attending these lee- appeared in th is land to be fol- eoaphnled by their womankdu 00 debentures: Nos. 3, ", 39 43. 71, M
CA SCOUTS turn I find that i am gettr.g a lowed. before the Spanish diacwvery, h da "wher-have-we n.-h .
SA U T clear picture of Trinidad. its peo- b- a fierce race of fighters, tM feeling fcr their fellow Asiatic, te 233, 299, 00, 34g, 406
pie and tts problems. Mongotisn features,ad aa s similar Carib and Arawak, we had a new 423, 1. tu*, 4"2, 6*8,,
In my pleasant stav In Tr r dad 'in appearane to the descendants tii n of maces, followed by Intro- 21, 561, 7. 77, 6 72, 681,
it- I have made many friends that I of the sreat er eror Genh uctlons from all over 'he world, 732, 751. 7 63. 775 780.
hope to keeO after this war is won Khan. that the. writer can duplicate includingl the North America: .Ad 817. 2s. 7,75. 6S0, .1
Sand we have achieved total vietcry photo of the descendants ot oGen- Indian. It might e mentne 971 9 101 10
TIIATh han with ds enda nts tue Ii Ships' captihn omt aone 11,. 19. 113 5 1176, 11 1,
Pt e. G-tO GE t. I I CMI a ris Tr for eve" i-ry ^n they induced to 1197, 1214, 121(1. 14, 1 243,.
US, Ar~nv Trn^)tlo or oi lfRE AN nrr.Tn l to Trinad, Inclutding uo 1281, 12OT, 1342, 1S74, 13. 1|
Port(o0-Spaln.1" ,OLLFCTED ANM DEPOKTID peens, a many such, f nd Sum- "19, 8
-. .to .--I~~ Thil Indomitable race 'nhabltlng selves Ielens voice residents o1
** -- Cool Vendor Complains ;ocher West Indian Islands, was col- TrinMad. ERROL L. DOS 8<
T,,A<* *e i Iwd~ Cloe Gomr enetop~ crnciuss ater hls conquest1 of Owen- iNO sspwgo01ircT 8th June, 1944.
aa "4 4"t. Lu':la" "vcent. and With educational, musical, sport-
y,1 4a 9'nm lttle morove Cnn p t o a h4ptt of y,^ tlethousnds to the tng. and evey known teat proving -.-----------" "
,-'I Chie gros in ts Colon' and 'shore* sf Brittsh, Honduras, where that no race or mixture oa races
ICW1J@ -CWHIS. I yet sold for IO <-'rt Amioher thtigt I. Calb and Black Carib or Trin-. periortv under equal conditions,
there is muh-euied iwuce f(r ca'tI.'d, who had left li large number a',9 }udtilal. medial, legad and 511 ''
byth!Mbatndby, re'sti y.t'!en "t t'"et Ireat war canoes to help posts filled with equal ability by
> (i t~~ucrwk uont tin (o 1. ^- h 'helt br~ethren in at. Vincent. were men of an races gnd mixture of-n V < l
'oals they often cc. am .ry m:-:c *u-i'.;dej in those captured or killed, races, we can draw definte osscln-.
*!|hisher rtt-spr *.,c ~ ,* '"fl Blaici Carib w-as a distlr'ct sons. *"* UH ^|^ A| Qili
acrJu e before '*l raIny u,. .:a;. evolved by_ A srtcan slaveS, On tadlln. itr larrfy towthe
-: 'aCM 36m ev *'.re ehrtr*tot S . per W~tt* ',7-... w the_ Carb, co .t of 9 t. ln~tdlttdu! to inem arr wtb t ^^^^* w*
e3yk. nd whet', the :Ete."' to'iVhtrit lnter-marry'lntht t the own race or not as he Ski, *as:d
i', fi! asy fT'nied-atalI raswd the 'ranib of ft. Vincent, time result be- could the adwocatedfsr4 of Um
"*' "* "1 (I price to1l1 and 5,5, Pe br ints a t'eptefl earib. but wit per- tn aoB comra e t-K. "1
/. e te ndoes, B' retailers hatv tf~Ijy l'aeit yk1'. Js.'t how and wqi,.thet wil confront thur oimu *tre. ^ T^
t' t sel t a sched' prtce. whI, the tribe hutd made Trinidad their yearsfreww, ho the Ita-
r: y tf 5 a*re cot ... e tnder D.n ( uIson'!i artln- ,tIrwa of tet alin mea.
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sure shiekld frm the 1ed Army. which he Owe .-m MW,**me.
defat. Goering pramlasi thaL 01. X Let er. Te I
witf. wlmb padm t fnron Allied rcv 96640 at, hut theo have ee the d pro dir

this va Just another vain btA; and N Water TricklTe-Requirm .
ey m sy, too, read the handwrt(ng on 1 ing Frm A Jug ?
the wll in Um rowintit of Namd gen-b w r ma. "iTrM> G u m*
era wh ar tatg ntoRedArm ltgives n e great Pleasure to
Swho are falling ieto Red Army .sig Your -"Wter supply Petuton.'I
hxnd While they may nW. ive up with- 1 ,1" With tl 1per rent tiat
the tsO. FI. a Ons ,M to pub-
OUt It tlff fhROt, the German people will I helt h and the ecurit of life-
-t least reab Umbt their doom is sealed, ni d t tj -O ., t Hhios
I it imperative fo, the Government
... . at o Over the water supply. t
y e ySunhay, I had cause to ohove ta-
as wh are fallng toworRAt3JOp. Duolo1 giin IMvV haven*g ined to epe t
out ~rr 1D stftfghth&Gr-Apople rikle:whatt lstaw h.t.


TA=E IOTgo, at the vdepnenAIoMn alUoda *e|
Ma ma sa 5ttt Caurs, will be mnt up taor ae by
om te said Estate on Priday th 14th day of July. i44. t i
of O1 o'clock in the forenoon.
veers Quarters
1 Cocoa house with seven roonmi
I ooeos house tithwo rooms
1 Sweat Box containing bfuar boxes
I1 Coffee Pulping shed.
ted this 8Sth day of July, 1944.
8ub-Intendant of Crow


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cit Doatd," Drive Towards f "Spe.
.Wia wh tM I ?mt tea ob thoe ta lthen abLA Oirt InYUt atciudn th b ghpd t M aKAntn. he
Loftm 00 th Ca =04itl siture, o hef oremangbobubeblanmatc ghihes,
-I0 1st a g e _ we .e a y itao ranb a ck. .

1 report o g win. 0= 0Wt t toivhe went ra part to .tS S 5 rocket t LNo Lt. Hatten an asbed his way 60
bitin the water t" wholag 41"60N

all s l t ths suppt e to dthi nnli tth to ig McKente and A. W hiled i

flw S^lB S<. 'n *s quit understand- out a yll of eoapt a ltets Ot to e OONTNUBO PHOM PASS 11-- -~--^
of- ...."inW for.- -i- .oSa. Matter .l-. .Red haentld a mre Danielu
-0 = re A -i aso ad t Drive Towards TODAY'S ITM11

t ttrtt u-ren "tej W n that th man d Wood- oo a re sed to eajre am.wol OPEi omDOU3 1 through
Sat t sppd by the people In thea Up to yearnc only l odd seems wi open for a Sovoei e V dC7 ae
t not NAn'LU .vsice. WIa t beore y the ntime the onlsned ,Pthend hd b i un l ai nto German territorybre and d Anthony
we "to t o pi'UIw the o Harttap unaCKto the Of lndlca st enemy may Hs ore a t' L'n n. B a'st d"I ptl 'ay

I ltc.a"Is" his 010the supply beginsto s- neo thtuaht he o 10 = to lot 0 L er o nz iJy and V
Itr is quite understand. out a yo l of cam1w 0NtINUISO AQ PruOM traG i

tedraw theie maZit. Thwe fa write ther aes on a putODY 0T
t ad o M o tha t themareins laid from Coc prextenve papered to eure a better S Id VBW scene of om a of the dmb.t.ertatIe tDanie the

aegistoB o *-bidn ~ac otn on In upl perhaM th y do not otoodsat flcbtta since Stalin- "Trinidad Ou.irdlan.-'
u atn Wo brooks Ite hr ulder- e. Thk e quetloN before each mwou d Oenarp n s (urvisvok), were being Artoangement e Dan
tI r W old tko n J m bes bee rat--yer andn beoTy:- e om- --en down in ocke o phl ..out,,.no
S idtha t such tak erected by that one can o yeserda earea o f the city. Venee jockey, who Io et or en e elat.

m"^*1-^-**.P'SS~iwate upud-tand why there ha* been a ID o a orwtrrt[T e tW" e u in o a tsfo r the tnconven a been you suffer? n the next obJGectve on the promoter and Dyaandel hu
"ab.t$ur lSn---n the- I= In th dayswhen the mains were to the "u a wr to f i.nINCtc- the enemy a ro ente .aran of mr oe tre.
Kid`I ad Pe" aid o~v toIOU St Jaas n tbihforcd t fal Gntl DakfTrinIdad No. I
FuieI ow1 oelSsa dp5 ad adupt 3.S.Jmsbgta ut Of 100.000 residgets bIck upon a mai~ within the boUli. llghtheavywlh oewl ev
mum esftale C)OW016 drew wtrfromi the standpi lpea rng for' lack of a regular dariea of iatFuaafomMmlheouy18 oxr,13 witl laveaa

s ht ac taatq the and WoOdbokhadply of water. tve, are Moscow's disclosure that a new Je M. Do .las. managr-trasene
I tas da r m hee aim. aet esyou quwrite satisfied with their amesount twin-pred operation had opened ha found It m bl to ak
Itf 5? a"m" L *nowt ta atUwoenM necexsry ls to run of water toand e enture supply a lgbettr s the upper armne of sothe Soviet the trp, and Dnfel w Ul be ac-
la o Henry to1 thother t of man, ta one system It now IS advance toward the rail- dompanled by Tiger fchwers, csinc
S r wth t to o tck a t they coulnsider- care. The qsweurs to theboe ao a junction of Kasiadorys 25 Dutch lightArangementswereight.
PMTON manth Gonals bl number of houses have been oayr and before every house- beaten down in a still narrowing With Raphael Perana, wil-now

Satdlkh IO Jo osae te that ere so ta t one castin hoqulerand resident ae:- a o the m city. Venezuela jockey, who Ihs repreent.---
_ G arments "urle pathh Jede and Whthereok. But e re a oyou po a to do about Itratr The o Russian threat to Kaunas Inrd a prominent Cara T bo id
supply f asoffeIn the of- for the Inconveniences you suffer? and the next objective on the promoter and Daniel has bea

aGGS deterior pat atnat tWs quite wopratecable be- you goinr the answer t o thefrom bad another JuncBation c0 mles norew with given the guarantee of fights ther.
t i notustafted. s sMtpl cag we hav regard to these; andct that no questiworse without trying to prove areowS disclosure that newodno. J. Douglasmanager-tra,
dwd tat tere as net w MAIns have been laid. What you quite aatlafte with the amount twin-pronged operation had opened has found It impossible to make
in tame the l a mater we haveyis to consider thentire sitaonupply along th upper arm of the Soviet theav trip, and Daniel wlbeao -
*oia Henry told the 00- another wet of mains, taking one systm as It now Is? forces advancing toward the rai. companled by Tiger Ylowers, clever
inIin Part: 0ddY CWt- hur direct to town so that they could the the answr to the above way.e unction of Kalsladorys. 25 Dutch lightweight.
ds that anyone whofools that not lip drawn on by residents in questionistIn the negative, what mileseasot of Kaunas, while the
wit hurled attistlb t.Janes and Woodbrook. But are you going to do abut it? Are lower one thrusts toward -Ora
uing te pst several that is quite Impracticable be- you going to see it go from bad another junction n m leys ni n Geo.yTer pToo
nto inet jukstified.ins.simplycause ofwe have no mains; and this to worse without trying to Improve e mteGrodno." men ort-
gmtithe wrontra L Isa matter we have to consider the situation? th town s have been heavily t carded or August i and
idets nort an atte mpt to when we are thinking of revamp- If your an sweyr s aga in inbdbeRa Airh FE orc e iatBh GOrTr y f iad
i. ourelvn i to saddle lhOv- lo our Isrbuun systemm" the neatlve te, do you think tha the resultant adisruption ofdenemy H wtore ne r ln the Trin
with the responsibility. OTHSl e dPHASES Government can do anything to Vtra o atuilwa y communica-t b tonis, will be leaving
improve the situation? shortly to Participate at the West
offor~l eoetru t oefin the ty mpouattepiontwing t fo 0 T Boyltee"auaa en"Ind iane in that
to try andMakegoodInsOMephaSesofthemg gativend nothing:justsit o e m an attempt to o Demerara Cycle and AthleticAs
,ptwrongwhicheverybodyin the Increao e in the number "Of down and wait to See what Will lnk aa Fromt OUt an soclatpon. carded for Augu? hand
S treael s e facing domestic taps all over the citylasd happen: but ifeyour answer Is underomotah whiac hoodiesoth d 9 at British Guiana. -
ae stutin those a of which acts, he said, must co lffl e ti the nsig th: indtakhngwc narrow confident i
fgticsetherport without vosydepended upon standpipe "petition"m coupon published and the edAm'drvaln Hewlbeaknthtipohs
supT for water, to the increase froft pg fthe"urin n Vilna-Kaunas railway may be own, and will be riding for the anrt
watoffein constructive in !city's population which he send it"in immediately to the an encirclement movement,.ieI ha ooy
ieto or arguments, anreut at about 20 per cent, to rise "Guardian" who will have an VILNA FIGHT FEROCIOUS Terry is presently doing hard
trying to Persevere in their 0nhuebidn on the hills, coupons received forwarded to the Some of the war's bloodiest fight- workouts. and stated that he is
gduaj~rpse f bstuctngthea~of which facts, he said, must ColonialSecretary in the form of Ing is taking place in the narrow confident of achieving some Success
Sthe Mayor." toad to dislocate the service, a petition, seekif UGOoverment'b streets of Vilna where big German among the other top-notchers on
-a up th. debate the He declared: "There are all sorts intervention in the city water forcesm., Including large units of the Thomas Oval track.
in th Pat: Of reasons-there is a combination muddle. Please do not wait until Storm Troopers are surrounded. .--
M.Wo mw hae a," l proitacted de- of circumstances which, if one tomorrow as your house may be "Isvestia" called It a "big des- Maple Win Ell.Jay Cup
upon th matter and f I my thought about it. one would realse destroyed Wy Bre tonight a cent," but said pawrchutists were m -in
to thoughtmtte about dwereyd ByfieOneigRun~
sIo" "wthout being fnive 1 tat our present difficulties have then it wl1 be too late. Just ask exterminated in record time, none Semi'inal By One Run A
it was t1 lo aIt not come upon us merely, because yourmlf these questions and use reaching the encircled garrison. It Trinidad Guardian Cewoepandemt.
t ave been. ottat theof ne" ence or lack of foresight." your God-given judgment and said Red ArBny 'machine and tom- SAN FERNANDO, July 10-Due
was not an Important ofn (Awlause).yr political rights as a citizen my-gunnersand even riflemen shot to destructive bowling by J. Hemy
to a number of matters ware 1 also commented upon the It ee that you get justice and them out of the air like toy bal- and Bamraj, Police batsmen were
t into consideration in the d1illt now experienced by the protection against fire. thirst and loons, and said parachutists hang able to make only 28 runs in reply
at the debate, which really Corporation In Importing machin- disease. In trees, from trolley wires, from to Maple's 29, in the semi-final
"'dS irrelevance. a of fy, pumps and others ,equipmentandto -- balconies and buildings where in the Elljav ' Compettuon
":iaiji!,wp can safely start off for improving the service, and to ~Pes~ e.a kne ako udy
with t T"e Council has decided the abenece of repair parts, and lu.a. S Arcorrded-rattSkinner Part on Sunday.
that it be and will remain concluded: e Troops Press correspondent desrlbed the Rattin tint, Maplewi ade .
winning authority in "The point hascbeen that fight In the city as ferocious. Samraj top-scorin
Thaisthe decisionImmediate relief is being demanded. Ie Germans are battling from Green bowled six forten.
o r m ndm_ __ded._ _
0 th &Ma whether MOM- That indeed is what the committee behind Street barricades, church Police toot their turn at the
or whethersome selt out to do. The work envisaged tONTINUo PRONM PAGE I belfries, bleonies, windows, houses wickets and could reach only 2, as
that another view is work which will not be complet- m.., d and bubiFadiend are putting up a the bowling et J. Remy (5 for t0),
ha0lsibettnrew through tidal lowlands, frr stiff kind of fight for Viln& air- and Samraj (5 for 17) was almost St-aadia LU
whether bee t n a better view, or ad until some three or four months withe Americans pressed forward on port. unplayable. ,
their Some think It is a Perfect- after commencement. It Is with the heels of the Germans through The gorrespondettldo1rukn40uuaa W
y we Iso besi des the point. It that n act i n mind. that Immediatere Anovilsoura he r&B oron Th. Z : dent told of drunken
Whe decision of the Council and relief is what to vitally essential Storesuray and La ourdon- m Troopers launching two I.R.C. MEET TOMORROW jam ti g Wt
have to abide by It. Accordingly .; the moment, when I suggested estwo and a quarter miles f rom logical attacks marching The football section of the Indian Itndos a S
y thavgt tsadec~ on rfu. then I opened the discussonsd that n"The Germans launched a nd singing straight up into the Recreation Club will hold a speclat l u..S . - 1..
e gOoby that dec ision t. the Council should consider th te Sovermane l achi et guns. "Our machine-guns meeting at the clubrooms. 76 Pesm .... ...
'otherie Is also this. In the temporary litAg of the ban against pte diversionary a Saulft ,mmet them and very few remained broke Street, tomorrow, at 7 pi.m
of the debate, reference was taking water from Docksite wells, -Rm D5rthmay, their l." he wrote. Important matters to be dusd.
to the steps taken by the taking care that precaution should crd 901114 tolv-h wo. -- Imp or ta -t- -mteso b
ty Boardand the TWIG- besade to make ctear that tthe * for Jeoan d
ion y In the matter of temporary acceptance of water Wa 6Y Si" G 18 or' P im p les I
ty Boandn the tler-b k Day. ve ies rhast, In af-
Sl tyand telephone ser- int any way bind us ttou rm w e
raesctively. It aemed to be takig It Indefinitely or taking it bowl"5 oounter- 06y1t 1,J
thatboththese f %yo the"ti t was s front on m e narrow a ct o t Iei
Smay be conveniences, but that noseaSry to do sor.L A N C O uob ft Day
n not necete;andthe "As I said, when I was a COfn- PANZ Lo0US mAvy
-in which yo can deal with or sitting down at the end of
of etonvmn ienes the thin table, our business Is to pro- Twenty tankf were destroyed,. 0
tn.- which we can deal with video the people who are looking to raising the recent German paner I
tha. us for It, with water. Our business looses to 144. After several hours
"/y that, by statute the is to get It while we explore our of intense fighting the battlellne
Is compelled-there i no own sources of supply. Maintain remained virtually unchanged PRESENTS I '
utie of your ha a t to our position to be the sole water- with the Germanas a few hundred
a or nay-te Council has winning authority, but while we do yards forward In one place and
Maintain a water Service In its that, do not let us forget our obli- the American as much ahead of 31
Brrks area. The only differ- gatloan to the burgesses of the their original position in another. A smart new design in their b Be
n there Is, is that we ean say city, We have got to do something. Le Desert, which Is in American
We owe an obligation to the bur- hands, wuas left in no man's land. guaranteed 15-jewel
g.e..... .. m.s-aSnd not merely to the bur- S.H.A..F. described General urnt -jw
"ASK AND IT SHALL gmes, but to all the people who Montgomery's position in Oan as
reside within the waterworks di- a consolidation of gains prepara-
BE GIVEN UNTO YOU" triur. It IUpto upsto to do our duty tory to the next phase of the 1 T ]K NeVHO
n sto t very beat of our ability. More push. The British eross-Orne WC
-BUT ASK QUICKLY than that we cannot do: lesns than salient, which had pushed to the
that we ought not to do." (Ap.- outskirts of Fauborg de Vaucells.
FOR THAT WATER )' was bent back to Colombellesh by FOR MEN
O ounellor Phillips' amendment a German counter-attack but re-
havln been put to the vote and mained a danrerous banking
See Par 1. carre, It was then put as the threat to Romrpel's stand.
Substantive motion antadopted. L Southwest of Caen Geormans
-------------- kept General Montgomery's Odon- A up
Orne wedge under heavy pire
sure sotheSou. The tis
MIODLL -AGES were fomed to yield Ialtot but
MSedtervule and the Important
PmhliIJPS MIL WOMEN C22-5Zw,d) hel m n te
OF irAC~iiCTA WWI-6 i-"l.-; crucinx Hil1, the hl br pomt ,^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^- H
OF MAGNESIA NHr^MM Newel C .. r Hill 0 the highestpoi nt
0 0 0' m. f m./- battltront cluds continued too
li _aeflepsa tce low for the range of air support
A large consignment of this B, on any extensive scale. Y 6 I IvAAt, & C o.
and Is now available to the aewiAWietcc dEIH(E~ '
UiC. onsult your nearest wor THIUS 1 UL 1 JA
L11ltw L ft.HMUq SSBS NA vl l* "1i PORT-0F-SPAIN -- SAN FERNANDO J
J.NARIMN l&~f6^ FOR SALE --- -^- ------ ^S
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PSI^oAIN rNMC* ROAD AVAILABLE It means that you' dealer I. "YOU'LL HAVE
HsH .^ i, u. $14,000,,.ral,ba.orAhwu|. KIND AT ttg<

j44$144 No. 44 ODSERVATORY ST. You may b' usured that we -- date, all 4 b iM

Earh that Is possible to replenish hi stocks as
No. 10 PETRA ST. well as the stocks of dealerL Will yO gbs
BWodbrook please keep this In mind? If you Cannotgt 1
i- yyou Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brush Is "- -S'Sk
| S MNo.5. BATH STREET, you mIht get it a.nI
Els eUtond of P90kStro& t Whn you ned a tooth brob-*A So

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AI& M to FWDWe- oftr aepdac Uu-f aotart ON. b ay
rs COvis* Milda tme ltd stata. Wbct tby "s "ad bass their
soa n MroR W stmlt tam 10o., ,uM be has am 4"af reewwd
the t AesTe, WIG T wid M. Ur C. L a .e M a s. ad
A*, W Dluty. t. took W ar"t i t'm Ieftln Mrs. iC r.
-m B un ow aern.-ift an Tmisuday. Jutre ama we a Lid *t
1 M Wand Mm und for Uc arraopged a 'rridgdo
tO we flve tables of b rndge and tree of poker. anad play
ca n MOW & pAL. untll 10 PAM, while rfrinzwtaBU vv served
fo U.K.o UK ~ Is TriiCCd
dWUiW the evening.
Among tio. present rre. Mr and Mrs A. do VenrteuU. Mr. and
Cbarleai Jack. Dr. and MKra LTIcr. Dr. RomSat. Mr. and Mrs..
a. retcer. Mr'. W2 lr. Jac Bakera. Mrn. Laur-i Tritual'.. M.
Acbhe Mrm. Lahmrle. M and Mrs. Rbeg*t U.rie- A dth. Mr. anrd
UM. R, B McKerai, MIt a.nd M s- eorge B, ray Mr. and M .s pay
Lap. Mr F. E. Drayton. Mr7 D. TrTImin Wim. Van Nec, Mr.
u BSoonr. A t.-Suprmtendent Michael Oregm. Mrs Jack Mc-
Dr. and M-ts R Krogh MW. M Zla ds O.anMe, Mr. 'rreocily"
W mDM hmand y others.
.ff' U&e seeRon of the PO.w-a es-P'erre otf Cl'-b hei a cham-
Sntap or. r.da r.or Jory which *a 'U r b- Mrs. R
Kerr. while M' W s u. t ion was t%) runner-up. Play was arrr
M 8 ek and thnre iwter :7 n wtfA. bit unfa rinately It w u wry wet
Mad m orxiMueWoM tho ewmr w~as ".in very good coamdiion. How-
Sm. the Waslaye .od manfu thy. a-deth raw ., and Mrs MlAeian'e
mf LnrcharB and Mrs. Best regaled tlem with a .ovlly te t at ih,
Ito raptatr#. r" for th 'bnt of nine holt 'presented
by M'r W. W. .Watarni .a won by Mrs,3. JW. Sandberg, and the
rnt-ary', prpe for the beet handicap wwrn (pe-aented by Mrn.
W.. & puwonp was wo rv Mbrs W. W, Wamon. Te oPed of nearly
U eel handed to -ne Bri:h Red Cros soenty to swell their
1a d a
Lt 'T.-CO*MANDER TIM CABDEW gav* a le.ighb.tiai rum-punch
paty at hi ahome In St A,4ustine on Sunday morning to welcome
be h* s u we, Wb had bwn spending a month at Apex a the gicet
of Mr a"d Mn Mr Wrr Murray
Alncmg Uioar61 in "fndanrfte wert Cap! and Mr 8a. J prentice,
SCoaiArnder anW MrT ;-:nb, C'uimmander rnd Mrs. Mead. MrS Auidrey
Catoing,. Leu' -COx_.da,,pr' ad Ms: HHi. M W& Bowie, Leu.-Con-
r mandejr and Mn 'v.' C''a. 8zietr. Ucut -CoMn'ander 1)j i-
Mis HLPnn.ri L.v I>;' Ha" tn, Mr Joe Smith. Mr Don Matter..
Sirs Dever.uvi. L.'#',t a'2u M.- H Pain. Mr. eoffrey Langdale,
L Urer-CommaiuA'-' ClArTrry '-MDey"eh'. L Ue"jt-Comtnant'e- Warnng-
So. Mla Jean Canr.rLu., M;-a Pegj'9 R-ta, Mrs. Rhoadee Li'-.: and
a WA -r',aker,-, .'-.' Y.risd l.'u: Hyndman. Le.t P. P~re.n.,d
Lieut J 4 Myr '. .e.. ',LaJMt.'r'. 6 :C)-Li LYndon nd ,a'. frP.
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T'H! P'.`!'.7',v AWx;, ;'-;s 50 R.lcum'fnd Stret, sj' be re.Pbr-
'.inx .',, 3:*In 1,1.r~-A i S>it. '* ;rdA !IV 15 Srh a flit-'f M 'idS
tUH com-r'lt"- rnfar:ag!mrfr., exp".t r bnwaerr ar b f:i Pnds ou
tted) Danc-.g bt .' i; ;,n-l and Tinl Moddern'-e orxchestra
KIF be -n
eI7TE '.E' 'ounzE 1 .zli .'om P.". '9-Spa.n wpre n kjt r '.!.\.
M Men ist Sfuinu',i, a*. 4 '" !pr,*i' LSO S.iiday "TDatp dari 'e vid
'm 4 t in pmt 'n tne c,'jbroom nf tne USO Snappy rhyt'thm were
furnish-d by frI;i.r xc:ew,' mucus n from the AOP Band 'if
Dlor T Coun 0. WOJG. from rt Read Pfc. Edward Karko
-lr lKnt,. Pf' Jtm#nre Pasr piano,. Cpl Robert L.rtIlev ,nimpet)
6d Bt. Jinmmle Ir.aMri 'drurm-. niThewe Date" dances. hed by
puIlar request, take place at the USO every Sunday afternoon at
R ad MRS. ALPONSO d& LIMA gave a "t-ktall-carrv-on, partY
at their home In Caadei o n Saturdav in honour of ML Clarlita
I Lima. who arriv.d froml Carai last week on a vist *n her rela-
to. A pilanist v in"r;agtri for tt-p evening anrd tt aoout middn.ght
MM G Lima Mserved an ecuplevo, buffet , spper.
* Among thoe Invited arre Srfinr Carlrp R-jl.a arid Srhora Rnjas;
Sand Mrs. Marhadn Vela.mvup?. Mr and Mrs. Tom Poweii. Capt
L Mrb To! Cavanash Mr art' Mrn Oynrl Fletcher. Mr and
W Ne"or NgTrfn. MPA YV.'wn'e Xi',deW Mt Vvv an oomnex, Mr
Brown. Mr Jack ripde Lima Cap and Mr% S.dneYv Smith En.
Artmw. Mr. Haroldh T',rherio- Mix Rit Vinvent. Ic*it. Srnwmn,
a1 d Mrs Dernit da Cruz and Miss Valerie Rausm.
R and liR DANIEL DB TLIMA arnd thpitr family bid *'adiu" to
"MTrinded on faturd', when tIhev left for Caraeas, wherp, I un-
dytWnd. they plan to live !r he future






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40 ,SO"ON7he"
3ing~o ml *Mis. CMB-*a. yt OM -xcim~~t
jAjs K irb i, W. L C16Ue. Si1mag

CA4tra M. Uaw4. CtenammE Kie arr to. *uom *eA3 lana A
pro., R m. cueo- Sonad m Sy -ai to max
doascr slad MINN Watero. fre 21 p ftn 'I*
Commmmder P. WC tm. MaNudek was eea da4by abi.
OCmm faa"is d A.TA.R e. Nos' bs am sad @ w7
Aditral 0. 0 PwL. Ie. e. K eMX ANM=d to Faa s ae dse y
Jilki cI r. xa. C.o r,. cbi- Wmoc.krm = VM y h
aonlMr obs. e *1h0. .ea Ca09, ply daeg nds JN-u.m

"me e, Lat. W. G C Mr. r boed way 'aokas. d aMeerm
hMro. raAr. MrW. J. L ayradt, U asp *fduen o m.
Coossisia P. T. Pbetfer, [4eaL grod for the varied dreme. o

SM- ea d M7L LfP Ca-t lIa bnl Us 1aeh 10
,M W Ar M&L o Mr. a Mar t hbere *ocr nraM, Usad &am

NJ. Ha Rt. Olt. H.J Mrd w P.. eVL MntMt * r .tsdMme
ILr Cx uY4irez Mnp. W. T. MIA- = XAtir. Mrs Jobs haatiow sadi

1 raTrI, Ueu. A. P. Kef<, Mr. ail tod for Ux Brttato t OaanSo-
SMes. J'. r. IblaJmzr. Mr. ao4 Mn. etey as a reaelt at Vb effort.
SR. W. Seft Mr. C H. Ba Jnr, AJMoC tlsl prwst ,f Mra .
*ro. p D. W.G.22y. Mr. ai Mr. AB. WHuipMrs. Mr almie m

UWt. Ca. M C. HeoMTrin. Mr ana J otmtoL Mr. ao Mfls. To Bovrt. !
Mrs. PC. Armr. Mr. oa4 Mrt Mr Mra. W. 3. Httof Mr.
MI" Cana sad Miss41 = In addnirtea to beft g mh as el-

Mi. M. Btla ligot. Mr and Mr.taJdion uSocates M* Hlet Hater.-

r. C. G~xort. Oapt_ aaJ Mr',. w.;M., S~igti Tod Mr and rt,.
.. KRAt.Ca Mr. and Mrs. G. Bego treu. Mrw a sMa. e-t4r1r
GoMr, K Y.L Mar Mrs. ILfY.. 0s 53 Ban Mer. S- Me ;

rWngt AS Mr. V.sfit. CaMr. sadBid for OWrT. C. RPi D, CaafoBa
MrM W. y. AeaM. Mr. ad rs Mm Bas a -. t of the effa rt. a
x W.aftet M. C.ff. RJar.. Assoa teove pre~ o wrersM

Mr. AB.M de Co,'aod. Mr. A. O -ie Mr0. B, Westwood. Mr. MaL L't r 5
tdrg. C( talC. Mr and Mr-GdBadJohnso Mr. and Mmee Tom o Se. .
Mrs Mr Aand Mr and A rMn.Mr KandMtr .W.. E DHuraytoba Mr. F D.
W., L Gibkstock, Mr and Mr.n HJ uriaBnhti. i .t. Gn BHu Mr e.
CO. MCGeorge. Capt and MH A. WeaeMP*She OCh, Todd. M Katy MraM ,
.Mr atod, Mr. and MrM GBJl Jhn Potter. Mr.i GrMs. perct. =
WraKwood, thM cHon'blie Gerad Knox. Mr. 0 de Bar. Mr. Ii M B
Wigt ad Ma Wght. Capt. an4i Ken.*. Mr. C. RD. 1E ~a

and Mrs TW. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. a U ,A Mr a dMrs. CMY. "cho.
SGoldA Mra de Co Earmond. Hitrem. CU- Mrs. Pteina Jackinn Mr. Mnl Mr-el
fdrey Canning. Mr and Mrso- ordion' and X94 Helen Eve]u rom-q.1.

New. Mr. and MaorN .Ar Opn.Kitt 0. MrF, E Draytoi Mr. MF.D
tMir. H. Gi but-Coln. Mr. and. M. BuraT Jo DnoC otd M- MoB Fa-Mr.
BoLtt -Co. Mr. R. K. KH._er. L at.-i r ,Conor. MissKaty aa' SA
MrCoL S. Cad BakerC. Majorssy, M ad Chief Kahn. M Grace Rotat
MrsiLKea Macleenrie. Coms=aderMr. BArnardLazat., Mr. Lnu-w.

Tandb Mrs. aToadge. Mr. an" ri Mr and Mrs- CarmactIo
Goldiea. Mrs. C. H.tch nand. s Mii Ptra Jck.Mr Mr
andJo M r arri. Maor. 0 and Miss Tomorrowann. Mi
Davit dso. Lchaeutl. M .u s. B 'hl Moe'al PrDea. ramm o. Grona Far.
LiuMrt. Col. R.nK.Ilonet D. Hatton, Ferando p.m.
Ci -ut. C. Bakert Major BI B. Med.

,M D prm pur' raa D Man-, Fortcoming Events
Arthur:. Ma or Wn H. Haucamand M D de Ve-
apt Mu. & lt G. ReyChtar. IB, R t T1. L
,abevMr. i A AnduiMr. MMBy HDa on "ilaWhy a Wily Indian Ftery-
iCost&, Mr. J. B. Fernandos, Mis.
iJo Franclnt, Miss Tyler, miss! Tomorrow

SJanet Richaad Ms Z. SmitE, Mr. ton 'l' 'al cPrubrome. TGuradnt Hay
Mrs BoRd. Mi E prr. Liiut ut :atn, San Fernando p. 30 p.
L~t.U Pauil Chester. 1.ieiut. G Reed.1

rP E M!ai.r, nd Ufmi D Man-.- Forthcoming Events A.iato

,w;..^ini S ta'.rday. J' iv l.S, 8.30 pfl M ~im C and M,-A 1D de Ver-

Mri L. Gr'hater'n. who ieil Informal Corcktalb rt noes at speaks
weaver, MissA A AnduuueMiso H ,1 or,-Why a Weir, Indian Federa-
MIss IC.and Miss, Z. Smnit, Mr*-. tuion t*1'SO. clubroom. Thursday
.7 Basford. MI." E P-reira. L13t ; 7, p i m.
P E Mxl.tei, and 1'7- D Fltz-:Ds~tve at Portiuguese Associ~ation,
w: ..A M 9&!,rdav. 15,Ii.8.30 pm
Nfro T. ._ Garp,"i'ire. whn Is. Informal Cocktail Dane.. at Na..
,1rpiov#-d with American Export parima Rrreation Club. Saturday,'
Artin"u .tpd as Hoot'- and; July 15. from 7 p m.
n'hr rnemberst of the .irn- pres- DBnce at Trini4ad Country Club,,
Ser," be*ip Mr Mo.!tgmerv were Saturday, Juiy 15.
Mr, Jo* Stroback and Mr. Ed Dan,' at P*rseverane Club,
PeIar ?Rtturday. j i!y V.

Radio Programmes
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0 %W, 11 Ita .ro P-4, PCutOr',h.'ra Qua Past
S:3 M &i MIna s ea rat.:ie Hour
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; -Pin a]l A~lbum-
W M9 rre. **--* is* v *tate Stan Ma~w
W rio CWiB W.t )n4ift Ne. Fror a* Theste
15 -- .... R.ort -
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k filV N.w r Ne' h
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T-J)AY 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.-
Warner's Monster Double
JanMes Cagney in
Wayne Morris In
Tomorrow MY EYES.

TONIGHT at 8.30:
Mon4ter Double Attractionr.
with Car Jaffe & Sybilla Binder
with Humphrey ogart., Joan

Tor-.orrow Special Indian Ptcture

f I Mi llu M War YtI-HUI.
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Wen"e xhwmwa ass as
Waglom armobeies
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Thursday, July 13
1.30 n.m.
A limited number of Da,, to
Local cinema theatres available
to merchant wemen on appl-
cation to the Club Manuer.
Current landing permit, to be


Tonight et 8.30
For lhtesnt Na4v O9ee
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PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at 5 & .s p..
8ensatlonal Picture


Speyaic Estate and Spey-S
Ie-om-Seo-70 Acres.. Con-
Pto. Full particular at
office. =
IB1o0dy Bay Estate. Appr. 4561
Louis d'Or Eatate. Appr. WMl
Acres--Subjet to being n-5
*old. nn=_
Blenheim Estate, 113 Acres -9
4% miles frame Scarborough. 5
aLrge Estate near Plymu4th ?=
N-B.-Louls Gilman Thomas is
also willing to undertake their
sale of your estate also. -
S No 8sale-No ComlMiaden. i
I7 Western Main Road
-Freehold. Peamen S
$1 ...... 31S 11.M4
furnished Hotel For Sale
-12 Bedrm*-Bargalin.
Paris Boulevard Half
Pawealon .......... $2.791W
Providence Eltate, Caura
agr. 45 Acres .... SSAW
Idaad HnvMo--Gapapfte
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8hew and House-Bar.-
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Quees Parkf East as.$*A
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a eilna D1 AdvsedTo UgesCLEARANCE SALE
tridaM Lquo Der Mve iPlanters Advised Not To Use Consul Urges. 2 pairs ara
Lq I# I I or No Cose Howl e Mo. ve0 Necklaces. 300 Rings, etc,
Tr= tvta ome tol eealry, FoImr Sroe
Business Fo No .. H'Anauca' Immortelle As Shade Local Chinese e* R
o Jom N avy hals e 6 ii o Advicto planters oueh. nua mmorte l G et-Together e t
Semm a k- o their cocoa plantations because of a disease now prevalent which -.i
wtat entral ognsto rp a at uI
early I the war for t that the o na kills the trees, wsa given by Mr. R. 0. Willtam, the acting Direcotr V to b hat tCneopkal Batteri iion
ha London In any o h of40 wl f 9 taCinseitt* eln R 111li AAI
ew Mr. i t and-closoing hours of I Of Agriculture, In an Interview with the "Trinldad Guardlan'" y-. together for mutual help and en- ARK BZRK AGAIN !
n r er of e discontiued, it is terday. + couragement is extremely desir- f
rief Sptreieef .Su naln rPited rher. -- able, is expri.ed by Mr. Chow O r ""i B U e O
tLhleratO 3 ... 1 11 i i The disease which wal first in- y T T g-Chuan, Chin:se Consul in TKOPKAL or build a new eMse
veItetoo rinidad, in a rece far your Iadio or UGUTING
aP Osrd9 %ail"ed Vestlaated in 1940, recently reached now bein dist-Pribted fre P LANT.
L ew ca service witnAe JL l Pilar, Venesuela, wherfi few a Reci tal among embers of the comrunltyed qua
NOVIM eo Jon an iA nJafl~e Infcte trees were seen and be-' hem IV lf [ W a by Johnl Nelson, cause of it *e distribution, may VU [ IVU lJ Very early In the booklet, which w S t
opGin nfave reached Trenedadnan be i printed both In Chinese and in
cto r ocOme men with ForAcorng to a recent articlen nglsi, Mr. Chow writes t,'t "no Standard-- M tor
lives behind theni--and9 "Tropical Agiutr, the Jour.-IflJj human activities canl bpefrfectiv
Some from t nfar afield. T ck nal of the Imperial College ofIO n Sund.y wt oo "sx A. ey
reit cent arrivals here is1 B rick Tropical Agriculture, the lo'a of ps ul arov f tl e t -n
liph K. Orainger of M-07 practically all the "Anaucas" is a Miss Amy Gibbons, well-known now being made to e'xpeditp O ri
calamity of -e first magnitude West Indian soprano, after a long earl, realsatlion of a Chinese As- iIllIIIIlIII!tlIIl flI IlllIl~lUgI
S 4 ears ago Inoft-o A ruse which brought Henry and is the most serious problem absence, Is talking a come-back to isolation of Triicl.d and Tobago.
d1ad. British West of- DaeM ,I$0 isfew days ago, got affecting cocoa, the concert stage with a song re- Mr. Chow atautes that while there
p journeyed 3,00 him jal term yesterday when "Widespread hvoc to cocoa citll at the Royal Victoria Inati- are more ths: 0W CiInese inU
a and rail to join the Mr. W. Andre, the Chiet Magis- plantations, has been caused In tute On Sunday night. Trinidad there has hitherto open I lY U
ft, Leaving his civilian trate, in the First Police court, recent years bv a disease of the She will present a programme no centralised organisation for the
ia. Gef l g^S^Sye ^ ^^^ ^^^^f Up Nilohl
Manager of a concern sentenced him to three months for "Anauca immortellee" stated Mr. comprising selections of children's Chinese community as a wlole
I n the ie d equipment obtaining money by false pretences. Williams. "The dying trees not songs and other popular religious here He continues "It is under r- Night S
nltyheo lsu ranefieldeinth Forging the name of his era- only cause severe damage atthen
8"us ty insurkato field agn. the^ andcM- s....M~pr ded sirs, ind MI. d however. that repeatedrat-
adiles, he travelled by. way player's wife, Dansell posed as the time of their fall, but the resultant Nero Spirituals. tempts had been made by Chinese.

esuatry Insurance fiel i the Irigthr e name, of h.i< s em-O ause severe damge a thpes eTaned sent Londoal sIts includrng socdt! hoevr thlatdwol oregated at.rn Helpr*d*ii.r ju 5
,flon hops through Bermuda and bearer o a slip which he made d. out exposure to wind and sun is ala The programnme lists, too, a solo leaders as 'veil as promoeda of "
United states to Montreal to purporting to show that she ,A highly detrimental to the cocoan" n .fom M nr. b o ther e sociti, ( lf man itu ofrtunted ; Yo r arid
d o aonas tadistressed financially and seeking Dealing with such a calamit tch from Mr Carnter, soal enterprises to organtise a r Thn yoare.s
at H..C.S Donacon anddistesse Anac~tlyacncsee i ng toa Mr Witscha allamsCiP ty, vioinist. in collpbo-,,tion ,ithMr. ltotcp .ufruassly, fror emj: pigto.Backsc.. s ter
at York two weeks ago. the aiod of her oer, according to Mr Williams, cas for ined Parl. pianist:ltd ad nno maer a l a om etn U" P is. ro Os,-RhumatiPalrmU 'aNc O s.
the day war broke out, Unsuspecting, tie shopkeeper finding a substitute tree or a l nfre^d e ol pianist, a rie t der e arors r not a. erial ".tyffi ,et Pas.irnma
atp pe toe ond onean gand it, he. t i riety of cocoa that would not re- it.ifrf4Atwell. pioni4. who1 Wil s- for rous reao ns t o frequen t go .osa sem.-
wiio ytfh h handedteri h ocade.olvoIe also he i s Cibbors' ercomoenist "If the entire Chinese population heth atlotKdneyhsare vital to your
Sampled to London,uEngland, w h the s n Quire thade. lso he M hons' concersth health o t ts e symtom as, be due
into any one of the three a tLed.As rewards alternative trees, he Trained in London. Msi5 hnsof tlis Island would organfse them- to Kidney and Bladder trubl-s be sues
Roa i ocAmyofHl yLne-oprlWlkssive'inunivns relebyoelin t e e-In esukea
S Royal Air F force, Army or Held by Lance- orporan Wekes said observation plantation areas a apneare In public p.fiorm- ves in unit of spirit and united cast Ct usually aive prompt ad oy-
Natvy. Twol months later he e time la ter, Danell coffee sed of diff erent kinds nsin ousn rtr of the effort, the magnitude of its united out o relief by helins th ieya
in effort than hardly tclDbe r sttliedc hav eve hin t iannhngo10

Sio oedfne h elnd ihutrto ad n t at number of1 difeen kinds An." iii 2..its A nr of Out'e poanoi crs ard aridmci deaslres. Tot
reply advising that to having used his brain. ut were 'aid down years ago. but it TT'ltod V V don. Her recitll in effort can hardly be es layromited ha. ev eri Athi ns in cad nothing to losb
authorities were not a claimed that his employer owed Was likely there would be a con- Trintdd two years sRo w rea "As Trinidad is o far a ay from in trying ets. e on clad r m ooybafs
time accepting men for en- him $,5mind he had attempted to siderable time before a tree as l,,cce anA she I ;enu-" opr- oChh'e, and Chinese who came here Ion returnoffetlty paeka tnto" dal-
t from the colonies, and get even. str-able as the Anauca" hlumor- o f itd Tn otaGar Wda t Triren I- hbe found It difficult to return to nst.sfw0ie tdo-
&ppouction should be sought JoininsInhe tm ter ulle was found. ilaf R whfre sh^ ha -;-. n concerts their homeland. the passage o "lete.s
t local Trinidad Army. ,i in the last-minute rush d tauht voice culture. time had gradually wiptd away aill ,, C..&m. t iteaonl
ph was offered oa cereoas- yforidentification cards when or e n auoht thce lture, knowledge of the ancient eivilisa
.that forcedbt on filag heard tao at r ietaation cn of rice and Ah M -- tion and moral stan','rds of our
Sthe duties would mean no- flour was contemplated and that Abuse OfM Kther $ Bo d FI i e t enot
more than policing the is- these commodities could not be got$ Lead So ToJalore ed, .e0not 1, ,ooiented in ishor.
for home defence, he declined without ration ards and that n A SotonATJaile s tiMe. ytt is tre e lnr desiabl
matter of interest now. Trin- identification cards had to be ten- A ng o 0 U SI tbe s ih w'a o u asn pople
fdr,'ily deRided early in 1944 tO ded. Rita Haynes found that she Advancing s a plea foray sleniencyhesadewhco ,nt pole
several thousand men over- also had to stand prosecution. the previCLIs clean record of huR Trinidad Guardian Correspondent exchange vifws on our living. cus-
ijust at the time Ranh ws Yesterda she ws ordered to pay client, Mr. J. T. C. Prescott failed A r'tlNANL)O, July ll--For- toms. anid knowledge with the ob-

B ustathe tn"plime Rals wei s Yeterdaoy sed wi's ordered otrol pay a oevr odrao.H l^.nndta h oai "'*' bur"it'^n"aad IH t ^
ling preparations for his fine of $10 for failing to regis- yesterday to get Mr. A. Ji HamIlt:mn feature oli ia* o uLia a sineu y J ect of seCrkhit the id,'l way of lIv-
to pean'ada.orh ter in time o te to change a prison sentence of six Myra Le arde Aa, u.orerel in the Ing. It is advisable that we Chin-
So C Month which had eos on niew -
ph is possessed of a person- Sylvestre Joseph was also or-t months which h imposed on New- sSiZe Court here this morning by ese In third Colonv. by mutual hclo-
i Already has edrd dred to pay $10 on Alexander a Lavent lle mar, i Mr. Justice J 1,. M. Perez, when fulness anId encAorTn'agrment. solidify
i o lod h a Ms at- .d omission fo a the Second Palbce Court for unlaw-Daniel MacDoa. for whom she our prospective organisati on the
on this ms of m their ms- m fally wlundong Anthony Anttne. stood bail lataied to appear when basis of friendly fellowship.
S to those mm n oftherCiy m e- nto eotatAlexander was also ordered a lda a cu Tsprpsent attemJLpt to orgaun-
with whom he oimnes into Turning saleinan shortly after '2-acompensationa and$ coytst yor ofalacencswer an accusation
,We all like th c(-heery he was assigned to convey a load wo months to follow. The juag also i ued sa benc is the Clug Hwa Hii Kwan
l2mn p way in which he of flour to a city bakery, Douglas Observing that the C court could 'her fore aMl i arrest a eofn IChinese A ociltin iAffords theI
tatn" tingsand i.s in-l Grannum, a truck driver formerly nla impOse r a e War ant oImedate a Chinese n excel t opportunity

o"pllsing hieight" at em poyn wit th Tu Conltra o lo cut! ipsoe aoo fin er in suhea WAS Mappiounan ma.o ua iae WSR FRK T) ^ k ^ k
toan 'pulling ht s weight" at employd with the d f d ContrIf there was some very good reason, He also warned that the to create better utndcrst inding ard

^S n,"?,^ .n^~~~H als wane that "'^ "kte hwacutn tantldimfo ^ wthe ^ b on r lation luiean Th, Ic o-ort ihe --- V -- D l-
t. Department, tried to sell Mr. Vic- Mr. Hamilton said that the circum- of any accused who s late r
_________a adtor Stauble to whom the flour was stances of this case were such that Court woula o be fordeitad ald t he ic nsincr t aii d s o i r optii rt ee r-
S To consigned, an extra half bag which A alexanderr had o excuse whatever accused would be k, i custody one do hs St to acee this L
had mysteriously found Its way on for his action. 11 the tm
T o Di s the truck. Grannum Was fined $60 Angry Decuse Antoine asked him athe toiie tp oty ote
Library Plan y.stcday when lie wa--convicted to cease ,mul-rabsng his ownC cits"~ sik U T O
ree Library Plan byMr.W. J,Andre in the First mother, Alexander, it was alleged, C S B U TO
SfS MPolicn e Court for theft, struck atA attkie's head with a ois ile SALE BY TO
DM for dwslussion t this af- iinnum found that not onlycua.f but c-ut him Instead on the Roads Law M
meeting of the General was Mr. Stauble not willing to en- hand raised to parry the blow. a r e R o L owQ UEEN STREET a Bils
a Committee of the City ter Into negotiations with him, but Denying thit lie was abusing his a 'RoadJULDY, 1TJSTIFF,UACLIYHI'CLE$
is a letter from Councillor that he quickly told his employ- mother or that he made a blow at Five cyclists, accused yiestq- Instructed by Col. d Boissiere,L
(ones, rleputy Mayor ard era about the extra half bag. Antoine, Alexander told the court day bf rre Mr. W. J Anare of Messrs. Rodriguez, Ke SOE, TIRE FEET
of the Trieidad Public ub-Insteetor Harris, prosecut-that his mother had asked him t failing to come to a standstill on Cbers
requesting ean y attention in, asked the magistrate to look cut some wood fSr her. he was apoctng a Mair aO, p ea ce MESRS, DEARI oS LTD
IDouncil to. amemorandui I n piodnna j w l" paleaded ME Tb, 1ka ,L1
aage imnit Committee of upon.the defendant as Just another not hatisfled with the way in which guilty but expressed the view that will ball by Auction a v'rt useful
brgry Nbodying plans aend of the I irge number of racketeers he was cutting it and told bim to the police should be satliled with lot of kl.uM ture, T oots e c. i th
t ryand Its subse- stuffs and who reverse their vehi- fusCd, Antcwne came and held the down.P DSisen Tale n h as tn t
rto aN frOeE pub le des into out-of-the-way lanes to c-tlass by the blade in an attempt ComIng toa dead halt on 'lPch D le an C eiL t
deposit a little of whatever they to wrest It from him and got cut occasions said urio a theal woui DSuitess rawnita n Roo C n air wlth
necess s oe of Suite I Drawingitat e rom te sayR iun on T. IeT
aso0 ndum follows request were detailed to convey, o1 his inid. necessitateDtheiruindulgence on MDuchess Vanity, Side oard with'and -I-L
Sarogramme 'iThe magistrate said it was, a very stunt-riding, and the performance Mirror, China Cabinet. Holland
Sthe l itbraryito serious offence and. told Orannumr Di the acrobatic let of balancing Blinds.
tRtition and for that It win only his hitlherto clean er n nen two wheels, or if they were not Music Cubinet and lot of Records,
satoryaeond- record that saved him from per- Inclined to tr such tricks. they Pictures, Books, 2 spring seat and
brary as a pre-requw- emptory imprisonment. would be compelled to dismount back Morris Chairs, 2 otter Morris
thu icip ioty taking over Sooen Back on Lines from the cycle eacl time a major Chairs, 2 Red Leather Pouifes,
responsibility for Its A T.G.R. locomotive was derailed road was approached. Tables, Special Thermos.
Arrest Follows Tle magistrate felt. however, that HANDSOME ORIENTAL CARPFT
t that when the memor t ron Tuesday night at the catch- the police might display apathy Steel Spring GLIDER, leather '
w aitw hentheeform a n-lWn'stehth9,points connecting the Orange Grove if cyclists rode it the snail-like Cushions, Useful lot of Mechanics'
of Management, t Sugar Estate sidt ac ac pace of IV.- miles aoi hour on and Agricultural TOOLS, Garden
expeditious ermna- An arrest, the "Trinidad Guar- rigua to the Sangre Grande main approaching these roads, sid might Pump ard Hose Lawn Mower,
library'snythe"Trinidad uardan,"was refrain from laying prosecution. Wtering Can. 2 Dressing Tables
S library's case by Gv- diai" learned yesterday, has been Iinformed yesterday. He imposed a fine o $5 on each each with S Mirrors, 2 China Cabi- l0ely
and the City Council was lOde in connection With tha dea Immediately after the report was of the accused. net.s. Handsome Saman Sideboard,l '
mend.thne Ci" Counci lor of Delaw, an East i ndian wo- ma de repair en, arm ed with e m o e '- i e. 5 o- 2 W ashstands, Brasr w are, China lon ger
Wrges the full co-operation man, of Arouca, whose body w mads ere on th e db withe2SOUTH CONCCRT
OulInasssting the found near her home on Monday sJackswere on the job setting the SOUTH CONCERTand Glassware, Lot Office C'r.
ir o an erlyandsatsfetoy mrnig earng n~udersota'PrniddOads that a ls u- v is lyel Nurse, with Mrs. Goose Neck Reading Lamp, 2 lElec-
1. the neck. .. deratanda that a T.G.R, locomotive R. M. Scott and Mrs. F, A. Crieh, tro Liera, Electric Toy Trrain com-
ON LEAVE which has oben under repair for low as patrons, will present a 12- plrte on Table, 1 Flit Gun, Wall
Mr V. E. Prada, chi eck several weeks was put to work un- item concert programme in Grant qIavin Glass, Baccarat Wine
erk In the Accountant's der the name of "Roosevelt" Hall. Coffee Street, at 8.30 o'clock Glasses, Cyp Bed and Spring
mYent of the city council,t Depton hauling ballast trains, tomorrow evening.
TOU AND HPE FOR 94days' vacthei~ o unciwent on Ioorweeig lwCpBdadSrn
T AND HOPE FOR I days' vacation leave on June-S..... Sale on Friday 14th July with Petal-Finish
15; and Mr. Felix H. Poucheta0jIgF s at 1.1h p.m.
WATER-GET IT ledger keeper, on 72 days' leave on Our usual conditions of Sale Exclusive with Tengee Lipsticks,
July 10; while Mr. franklin Babb, ( A Goods on view from Wednesday. RougeandFwihPowdrPet I.Fipnsich
!Y Signing The Petition sanitary inspector, Is scheduled to G o mekiRuqL Pwth.
go on 126 days' vacation leaverop1 12th. brings vou new. smoother, softer
August____S.___ e AuctioneerL lovelincs,. Keeps you perfectly
t aOhestig -rime r O'We s groomed for hours and hours.
itt e thI | s e, e PETAL.FINISIi gives you a softness
A, -TkII 5 e co of texture, a depth of tone, you've

rNew 'Arrivalsa *0 :00'5 a
wIDLs11 IO a h ee nw oe
$60# fC ,e. CiO5
Black Enamel /0 gol.-$I.58 ast o tter

Dust Bins,-i6
S t e e l B e d s a n d S p r i n g s I r o n C o t s 6 pas .
Mirrors for Wardrobes and Dressing Tables ,lot'ANGEEa '
Motor Car Batteries and Accessoriesse ]it S ta
Perfection Stove Parts -@-am ~ m
Singer Sewing Machines t a,
upte item end nawa r
33 HEN~y TREET 'PhNE 4164 ike.u U4

.ta~L AAiVfdL

LUNCH TONGUES-12-oz. tins

5-oz. tins .
SWEET CORN-20-ox. tins .....


Jnited Grocers

..... 58c.

... 17c.
-.-. 35c.


...not only eas you CLEAN

Take a fellow like re I'm on the hop aldl day.
My poren get full of dirt and grime...And I
perspire plenty. When I bathe, I use Odex.
Yea, the active lather of Odex Bath Soap cleans
pore-deep and leaves you feeling refreshed and
relaxed .. It's deederamt.







Burgess List 1944
Notice is hereby 'ven that copies
o. Burgess LUst of the City of Port-
of-r %ln for the year l141, have
been fixed ean t' main entrance
of ths Town Hall, Knox Street, tor
Inspection by the Public until t
15th July, 1W4 .
All claim *" to be entered' in the
Lst by persons whose nirr- a e
been omitted as well as --
Uon-. to the names of persons ap-
pearing In tho UsLt. mus. be -" d
to the Town Clerk In the Statutork
Form not later than th' 15th day
Of July. 1044. The required forms
may be eid on jppllcation at the
Town C"rks Offc
Copies i the Burge Uist have
ilso been flxted for Inapectior by
ihe publle &t (w following ploces
Woodbrook *Jt* Ofaice.
steTm M ket.I

Kl W. VARsR.
Town CIO&k
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SDon't mft seeples fth wtH
amatul Here is e" rellf Is
"laimlabe the 2&f ",mof K.'
Asthma Rtemedy... breWtloi a.
Dtal ... leep *pomabl aee mre.
Though ym ar a a wa io sMa
sufferr, thbi wade*fl r"o
bring effective rliWf evewy te
It Is Macd. Kloggs rat&i"
Rmedy from y"W dealer wadey
I.. your first atep theradts
better health and coatfost.
Miqef Fm.rqA.f-lf gP

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FROMw *J 0
Build up extra resistance to colds-use
Robert's Syrupl This soothing medicine
effectively relieves coughs and colds and
helps to give lasting protection. Ask your dealer foer *
Robert's Syrup of the ExtraCt of Cod Liver and Tar-its
fine medicinal properties are a scientific safeguard against
coughs. colds and bronchitis.
makwe of Po m a" RIO



A bottle of DIOXOGEN In the houw.
hold medicine cabinet is the beet kind
of health insurance for every member of
the family.
Wherever an antiseptic, germlicide,
disinfectant or deodorant should be used,
DIOXOGEN will be found moot efficient
and safe.
DIOXOGEN not only provides a sinm.
pie, effective and safe relief from the
pain of many of the common accidents
and injuries of everyday life, but as a
preventive of disease its value can hardly
be estimated.

fw" your profeciok WWi N


Maintaining your

k Bovril "supply


War-time difficulties make it Imprctleable,
for the time being, to uend Bovril to ymo
from London as in the past. But your
supply line is being maintained by Bovril
(Canada) Limited, Montreal, who are
manufacturing and shipping Bovril direct
to your locahlity. It has the ume high
quali:,y which you have always found so
valuable and appetising. both mi cooking
mad as a beverage.

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$3.65 up.



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a_' n. i i ca V le to it.onaOTrPUBLIC I thereby i otthat I ir tat d MtrM. r. ,*teent da o f J Ur Ward. Ix1 .I
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B^B + N i iST ir DR. l O a Ba i-+A .l Sa "ereien os st a= = WN& .BN 1*&&"&to aku 0DAbY~ ham saydebt or debts ~cotated bIging DUUIasSauda.Vul3L104

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1treet. PI mu 4 MauWhiewss atit'lel WCPUBUC to beie t Dtilled that hmA U. Eii All s&L lln 6t. M s. Waim Mlter gad
I&f: o"V16 -ACRES;i 1016-" DRUOAM atsbG" 4ba"wu. IVI'Un1^e,""W Inothavin mesg from 'By_ 'Als. dAIed"Aths l hidwca^. sim mr be FERNANDeR I. u .

Te__. .. ..... b t ^ "8 L r ,i .7 pou n AJAMAS t S&LI to a m A E as ilI ms. h . eWN,. o Street Saeg.n& ena n e ado, l Funeral today o atA

B* ^ f II *-MIMMM 11 ... ........ SERVICESlM SG ,e r,~tn *el Nal Re PAI- *e Dilt.t lVp~ln i PRPcT *I*! C-aCAF lw aD.; mo,;, (,no'tcro ( znhtr Colon ot+. rtli. *.i vbr-, ;o ** brthr Ju. nVen~ ayO Jul nex v j| ji --V-
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a" 11111111 b. IIIII I __ M C~5.215 li. eaba t two empty HUMoue. Diet 4218.42191 three anotheas of the lalo fU- rea AletS r see Moquethence to

i -- .LOuiMB. I Uia._ 1..r 18%O tN out. w d; o bottles e per SAY 1.tujeS e r ABOUT, PA ant SP. dm B? a trT 1,nr nT* d ,Alet .h.. iA et ..... t m or Li st 1 . -
:, Aply Wtelbll A Co. No.3 Chtark0110Lameend O.Cnsis stret. miANa,* 1 WIN A iVL M1,11A1 C"ViIge E.seAprI tgur SiSion

I W o1 C-NIO AMt c-r_ t cL M AM ; tr A n dl Mce ntloaC. o I Tt Rl IafOV ROADt to d Ardm- 0 Co te .,1 t nee t -July.n 13.r Pon t1 I tnJly di a C4 Hm. V I MOe L
V IS I* I s* ne sr III " M' S i OD T L X M F NA C L A tA U B a s Ci AD & R A B L S Q U N T T Volfy Me mpT t t y t br I M D t tia l r o oS m2 1 I i n geto t - r a r o r l r w i h n G ~ g o ki * ln e n d ie d a o~ t l 9 4 ai 1 "rm . y e t e d a -- .- -
.* IWM rRKnEo" CICO D ijAT*n of emIt y Bi5 It f m George street, husband Of Evan- -
ma, a.t pn U n*JuteSaco for gale d -e w w*Ide MO SV M1ORTAILK HOME lit srgavail Iedk I'' O C rnirh fte t no h.sprnc it taldetit 9off Sn ilftr dW Sia
W a t -eny ----. -- 'C-' o*se N.a te'y''-+ of NewrYorkos.eufthe atO Day lgAsn, lfto,. po ,l .ma o nd allty of o. "' .f."aked to co operate In the Your T
Sa m D J Ip- A.) at a t ...... 0 a. PV ..1.P. t I t"he A e.--11,t f he Pa r h Phar PUB"LIC NOTICES Ker panath.. grandfather of Sahn Vrwiach-
ou md s o" 11. I SD at tag (l I S Sita tJo sep 6* o am -July n2

OlEdWe 020ea -, W.- .e. I la- i.r e S July N PISCORn1 3R LOT Tlrd Art -A Olai s t W. YVIaSHE3LLALL-FOUR S T CUP coe. villa of New YDork. IKer it and Joan. oaratI- on of the ures .s List bY S.o
pa 4Em dea. m ay-hOW 66 'O 0heKh m The A1111 111 adWOO [ iii',IMW W JALOUSIR DOORS FORISAL SIX42 R d. T aWO peRtEiOLD I. tion,|open to the County0 of111 Patrick .^ri ral wilt rtao place today Ot 4 30 P.M.

Sii Mam O W-.+my at ... o. R I -ie 1 '11i.JB *it Apply t coia ovti Alet.-J.u y 2IS t 'eo Man". h l ic nrae Ur.tcFn tri r tae July ,..t F .r partiu"r from houseaoftoon rt ngtot Rom n.. .. CIt Ig- "if lorm I l a s to thei r,

h-- MO, b el aa D. OUi P oitac !m ll. Dan. Coseuc tia hec ocam t eerleda ~ pSS
bt ON1OO N" sh .. ... P J,- r- .Unl...r. l t GL .... Si3 KEL E wLe.. wit ne a iceoris .R. pOUSE-& AND LAND, rt r .entl pp Oi.h noS. iX oPoe l P ,Uin -o-Tn.-, o Irel .r t. IrhWdrIr by actU f or fI on I I -
SER11IRA. cu t IIIII I1 (formerly New dittos Ring ItOn-July 13. 3 P.001". dlowstong a nRd aswffiePo int FoUrt In. --t'J uly 19 tD G i e w 't b ehecr Dr. Sedvlur gesss.
ri.- .4. dehtN streetA OO t Sat SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS m lider t.Commanding a beautiful l v-iew Of-Ing1 li ty tr lo c e nA+ 8 Lor sk raforet o ntwh ich Atr. .Vlt Vat ala a
Am nbvk6 soon" A rlhei0.4 MSna hrtr e. 21*--ale 01 14 ,Street.Petit urt. life. oan-Juan, "poly e n b tn e r.I roLLr-Mca notee r undIthe Proatll.

n.ot ir e a.. "t Stao- CAS94... BANT., ,M iw if Crae ... .g.

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* &?^ y +e +, r. + "T:.. .m ..... +,,'+ r l e *nt ^ r ^ a^ ^ ^ Cr. ank, P ye.^A^es ^nia De MMan S "t _' : eb ...... r^ A *G ,Is n i n -_ __^ T I/I U UR
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za" am. M e uu 4 AS Anfr-We. t C.' 6.Ao"(d, qe e n Seet. Br a. campon street andSta Cu 1 hereby gi public that by i wish to thank all those who attended t e. e e
_____lb 1. t SERVICES 6. AND__REPAIRS_______ Road-July IT ra dwtoy.Declaration bearing date the 121h funeral, sent wreaths or In any wagy ly- I utb re olS a nd edi
S hePR oa AyP day of July. 1144. registered with Regis- ustbyed with them in respect to the death -t'ented between the first en-d and C
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onei' ,sel. Seilctloo.a9 iiean. ito11i11910, e. I Jly3VACANT HOUSIC,. Mtaro. 16th -,%ot1M rrored LAdy's Dresmer, Crap. Din- A I.

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'to Iln0t.IS 8B.Af VNOICAEt4. t'Hoad. 'Phoie '19917 -Jtuty1 3 .D tI^irO. F*r-Calna et type. tate model HYDRAUeLse RAls To PUMand Pump f o ite AJu ly .tr T15 E NEWd SiTdeON i an DAd h i ne!r Wa-
per m11 t. 1 %% t 1 t e li nS -R tT t il F r ,,V' 1Tn- ail re ttent w ith E iecticlr R record Pick-up and A uto- (la rge size) M an UMe drium p foresaC h airsyRIc k er- 4 "T URE
cr-k. ,' - I Joty IS "rI't" I 1,1lu1c atil IInsticirwol otl e t Apils rmlic 'record-chiangler, perfect condition. J M O O L0 IIOMAS ii~~S FR SL tiis
S., 637 9,w-1. A clieel-Ju'yhone. I9N),-JilyT2B PROPERTY SPECIALIST" I CIIATTFIt7.HOUSE. 24a Cliftion Hill. avd Tables. Wicker and Rush-bot-lt
P, W'---------,'A, iXV! ATRNVIse. 'Phone ti'u "I i h l~ .A, teIe i-Its ....I Itoo' T .Ii C .RC A PIAtIlO Apply -phonea$1?649, ?525 34 Chaifl~its Street.r Price$t,350 or nearest utter. Aplls 26 tom Chairs. 2 and 3 Burner Oil ""OUERAV 0-11FU R N
,:% .4F1 .LI.- I rs ,a,,4tt e nryI i ACl'et ..N t11,tI''f 1' n T, r ; Ov g-II dmCi i ttiuiiu 511ccStreet. Curepe -July 15 HARtE OPPORTUNITIEM! Oltioie Rioad .EcialilerLn lud. -IIlIy 25 tvsfclsiine. K th n33
I' '- Srs -'Heny tivet ii..-II- r Tit' tiy r"r l tl Fl0lRiFRATOR- One LsArlm lFrigilire. III) lot rirst Rt gI CALngalCie.iit "I-N iWY tt, Stoves, ScalesiMineertyKiton
'--a1 t1. Pt ~vVUKI''l li74.PO-I ~lt rN- Alt-sA."IVIdlp ole.StuFrano liar Road Corner PrOPerip. ?&tea1,1111, S4.5110. AppyIi,,YaMooduie at and Pantry Ware, China and WUDRO
a, ain IlK"v T IP'~ ~~c. ll fl .clttiIIi !l ------ -_ Vr'eeholId. 4 bedlnoimp. 2 ba~ths, 12 Vtneent tBroitm Slire. Gonzales lilac. lsw r. E anrsw rS TIK A .1 T U.
PA DI I, I lF e Alexs(.I. I -ttlYLLES I ONSALE Oipwi.'0%4~ 2sa'a.e, erar ua. ron 1 ll Jil% t Gaswra e,ang and rsut eS TU D
S o '~. It' .--I I I' tie a l; '' -a "aNJ s t I It 1tI I '- i N T I S'l V" .F i F t ; l N A e m i ota ne d fo urnv l l n g T u n s nPSit C a s- u ,;- I-
; II ll O.'I XtIIlR'! 0, MitI t IA l 1i $219:.u' 1,o '.I Crr~t 4 July..13, 1a118.000ht at 5%. Prices I sul )0t PR PTIES FOR il bALu.Golf Sticks, Radio anld Pnickt-UyP;s V L
I'lh.eNrn.,, rcp S, A Chl ull .1i-k lip ...,,. *. RESORTS ,., 2,CAFE-Park flireet. real hiooms' mat'- I i?'1~:IiATK POSsFEssIoN,; newly c-n- Gent's Bike, Ge's Raitncoat.w il el lIhrgod,
In Itiali ~7r...aIeo lters `l'o.iei'rj i- ,I~ti '. Ing. fteul uthith osithle Refrlteraliar. sltrulieii house at HtltIOiie Ateilute, 11. GeBotn oh t' hlds Hihst uc h
heel.''. 11i.r ii'' V. nca'e ep ICO'ir. ANTED) i It A111AItOSSI.u-crills 1 lt.-a, i'tr;l i C in let' ts e. ('ash Rgiaer. etc valte, in 14.0100 sup. feel of freeho land, ooskCohiurCil'IHg w illrms5.-
-' te tc ip- 21 I ',1 ,!- J *IN 1 I,%('1' 1,tui''i Auiklial Iepll,jliici Aip MiI, tGing-tils at bargain. c-nitiniiiai.I bearirili. 'n first floor n d Chair. Go-Cart, Play Pen. Baby's P ur e B d wih
71 .t.i t ''I. . r! Ill, I -'S lI tAMP.I- -- Ise I'll t Ai, tin, hone e;__-_j__,_1,__ iritre beitroiu d vi guists~rns, l lwith built. Iron Bed, Spring and M attress, h -rp o
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at I.)til'-it71 OI INii's- W NTD O UTIf 12rAndsi in Mrth rilisl. tiled l'sithb tile1teiand wt olam a d m
.1II1' I I-L'I. miiiue-' )e 1. 11AtI -tflt' iuCriJ taur u-ctI LOU QIS ILMAN iMaJMAS pantry, A nl to) lac porch offer ttAliniotalypw~er hesp
.. .ri -- -r pu. t 0, t il I. 11 u l-cI I tR01111111' CLI- ltfli. Pt~oniat 5ts je9Charlotte ttAt2 cr % ia n wrly itg Boardt a ndemy enwr Alar m 2 Chsck: anith eoilspreal, eert
1.1 eilI'til 1eo'teautbiBr all-I1, "Iali"1 % ,e 1 *itLINIOtlvlmri. '' Iapotec to
Q: LIVES tOCIO, FOR SALE I itt t '~-i.F it-f it I'1,;- I ,;''' lt-1IA''I .ill) V, 44 I v' 41 A Stre et. H i-itt xqIII..I$.but, Te'rirBoardserI J ~and me, Aarin s lCrIC Co adl eSprinsc i m n
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La ,,,- ". 11,Ii 'I'l I- tIvk i-trerr'-t lix A 1211. GImi ,A"i .I al .1% Is 144 t i rt suei'treet, SanJr Jarr 5:..i500 LANDSFOR SAL E Reading LantD find Pridge, etc.
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I t i i -Il '- i02 t I i'.i tittillutt .t uiitr IIi~~ W id detiI'tui 'S' l igi n .i s lull- '!"""Iiti r,,1A i i t tio 11 t'nert, tl 96 1h Man leet, ban ; Mahagongy H nI ng.
'L. -II.,, O ,A Al lcr A T 11 T''AIt lst a tA1ta Foe-ta V EL t'Linst. Werthuti. II rihikita.19rtItPay'forulocal,',a,,,ianging zreM
-I Ir~' 'rh--' 'Ilerie nIiu un liI'tiC imi.dei' is Oin i Sacntorirun Aut ton staftret ail Fe- Pai1[i1e9ll,600- s i I 'ri rii. fba 1 2 ForIBedromc
u'tel 1A 11-'-.iu.. ,l'ul' SIt le.Irian. Ao\ 9,A,; ti;o 'I :i 7 -rii I, s o .,0;ITJi U iY Boyd & Hutchinson Ltd." '. Z r ,Be ol
hi I ia I tWN IlitfiI-N ll I Ol ,i~ili tn e i, ies'tl- uanlu. or Aimaini. SheiffaSrnete t. Tuna.1%Iifettl240I WaNT-' ED TO BUY 1Leiby's PI-esse
I. ruIl owtll 't. 11 I 6:51 Marine ISqIuire. Fort iii Jill, s I I jtry itt,. S011I itt ,tftrdeut rs is ruriu .-
.% tS."ISi I'm l .iuI r iaRI SAM LoORD MOUSE Usyara Writs* ID Lovely Etsies-Tobihgo. Full 51 r 4''". rUs~~eoatid trte In off rs C ito a-iin. SuaeDine W gI
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I-h .L ,UC A' 0,s -i-tCT ,xvrICAL 7`1it SiVunIietl .Ireet. I tREST' AND PLAY IN HEQUIA i lrig. .1 Nts Ituntaliaa.. M -uMrastI rinle tliar.P tL i'ttarhlxT July 19 SIO3FMN-JICEuarSet, Sein g ale
" .II 'l Iui 8.i' itl W IllsIIIplui;reStud enjoy the beautiful tGrenadines 2AfeoSre. Nw asnrole13.500 Por -of-Spainr Chna Wae.yes 19l
pu~-1rt: it I t' IOnclI tila brunto SuonryCaribbee." the uleltghtfUl tR MU LS IrT. naln W fatTbe.C tey
Ilito-lmu izOr.ui.- I n niall I',i sut i tt uiul iand lidri rtseaside reasort in Beqgula, aSt. I- -- pn ROIU taly ne.LUpebSH betT I fT u On e 2o, C ina War
I4 MON 1111c, SALEI si Chabr lec.Stdig S
q TU:YO .11, VIIC ltuc 117 Ju0 I inicenit tGrdarielad .-kmb 0. 6limiprt twalilgnow, SuperbAply bat- iful nrda 0- Ql I u ete.2C ir an
h .;. I- Oil .. StA '; ll.ii shuuh tie6--Ie at riad.Jt 2 Wt-t tt' 101 IIe'Atutl't- II'~rIXi tI,11et It-il.'and I ~ R-OM -N__ HOARD I _______e,_ A~T igAU CTION orAppl. u ardat.* t Mr- ms UphlstredAI
D ),,,,, itt ~d-ick Streetl Julty 24 1I 'S!HED ROOMS ant HO ARD,. fir LOST rsSre.Wndro. Set oes ~ ~ I'~rE P
curie. -.o I lico.Apply. AtNAHedapcett. Bush@ :IP'"' eI f-LampTblesO
hLd..,1..a.t' .-.'- I'0, I ullt. FR SA. ONII SAW tMt1t. Compilete nwrkin g 0'k ba Ihcrel ua A-I. 4A I Ittl Buae itd TI- FtIN t,'TIE.CS t.retrcFanJuy 11 y istucton reeied ro I aret.Dian li
I r Aui .-. I order wih tor wifluotut One tonty Streei Jl t rEderivl)IStre Mnora CaI. (hlnelle Bdpra. Baby's Stroller Jl18ITIF TH R AF and :1 tillfR ot
too ..i at i i il'g i hatid. Ittiiie lu he el- Ityra toIu t 8. t.ltigira Reliable Pharniacy. oem colnveniences Anytm1e0&[termr4.3tIt pm. P 4JSlone 97, t'rederckc Street-Jly 14. ONEty's B Icycl. nefil's Itr. gle 'Pone te /5e .R o a.I ilSl
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,4-. c"TtI ali-%I'. i' 'it l'XI1httl' ICIAL i-1t8-f wANtirt Mitii i-Im~vt v tAmti-wit e l'Oi- iUNE 145, 55ig *V arteul)gt ot Wai. delivener dog after 'ler tnigno bll T, odt.43 rSmrile iil.-uyb utofnWalesofc N rneI,,t. 3t ,.a
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is 3 filor l ieti-- MSicig ntnrc al Ns itleFirs-To 'PH il UY % K A Rlt ill5 Itt can IBoard optIonll -July t18ipaact_ C Ritiea In M tralPr A T oje t Su- f0 iWales1Sthet anIea do naml a
or r- n CC-,. 49ui l Cot7mmerctial NTI-la TO Sil' i'A1rA IllolrlAREWA II JST 1015. oppsite FOUN
I nci :m .1 1. 111 1"l J.b t.. I X e..Pu 722 J I . ItuenaPA K Y GUSTl Hotel r a Konable sites 14" OU GRWN_ $St0. o e tl'C..ImeiS Pcate lly 11 redVol t --s.p0 a int iit.,o-and B..rd-.le
D-- -- reet -J-.1"I29 NICE Euro---- _iCn~t ~ftWnMtra rjc ut atudv1t uy 94A ~. -_I__,O_-__I___HtP
IILA~l.A.5 lA~A LSSON. W NT~l Len.Stret. Phoe 459 July14. Parer.~61- Ju... "Jt.15On (1. Wooden---Buildin-g- inca-* I W fle.on-are-S W

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t. u o r S a~i:Jll and a Htb l al by. wile Irma Osisi -.f U PURIFIE me h ouio a, n 2 2ozdi I z i
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