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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00707

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.JIt 350VKD AND ON SA TODAY




CANNU46 & C0.9 NtI 27TH .f.., PORT-OF-SPAIN, TRIN


(1uurhiau


IDAD, B.W.I. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1944.


PRICE: FOUR CE


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FROZEN CHICKENS
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FROZEN DUCKS
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r.TS" CANNING & CO., LTD.


ussiaIh Troops


kfter Five D


Capture


ays


Of


Polish


Bloody


City


Street


Of


Vilna


Fighting


nunich Hit

lird Day
German s Admit
US. Bombers Cause
Heavy Damage
.OON, July 13 (Reuter).--
ariean *ortreen and Llbera-
1, at least 750 strong, today flew
SInto Germany to attack tar.
u ID the Munich area for the
dday running. The Germans
mselives spoke of heavy damage.
rb* American bombers also
mbed Saarbrucken area. Here,
Sat Munich, part of their aim
Sto hammer still further Ger-
a communications. The bomb-
s which were backed up by hun-
ds of long-range fighters, again
i Into cloud, and again bomb
Mrs had to use their inatru-
Wts.
Eaemy aircraft came up and
ltbt were shot down. The Ame.
ans lost 10 bombers and live
hten.
hits great daylight assault fol-
wed new blows by more than
* 'planes of R.A.F. Bomber
amand. That In the number
U went out between 8 o'clock
1 night and two hours after mid-
Sformations concentrated on
. railway points in France. One
* Tours, the bottleneck between
6 two railyards, both on the
f road to Normandy and an-
bie target about 150 miles south-
t of a Paris rail junction.
several bomber squadrons again
t for the German industrial
hr last night, and there was
we minelaying, Four-engined
Illfasu and Lancaaters again
tsakld flying bomb installations
northern France.
Tlunderbolt fighter-bombers of
I Ninth Air Force today hit a
01 dump and railway yards at
one, 80 miles southeast of Paris.
iey first set an airfield ablaze,
h.lhe'r pounded railway tracks
mkiudlng two long trains. This
ack followed yesterday's blows
' Ninth Air Force 'planes on G'r-
an communlcations behind the
rmandy battlefield.
Among yesterday's targets wre
"e brdc

[ip Yield
entire Ridge
OUTHAST ASIA HEAD-
RTBRS, KANDY, July 13
iuter)-he Jipanese troops re-
tig Over the Burma border
Siven up the whole of the
C covering the Important sup-
toad from Palel down to Tamu
back to the Imphal-Ukhrul
. where the Japanese are split
O.lworgan:sed groups with mo#t
tur escape routes to the south


:. and more stragglers are
Imdting. The position became
SWse for the Japanese when
1 Allied troops advancing from
8W Joined uo with other forces
104e short of Ukhrul.
W Northern Burma, Nigerlan
j with Chinese support have
tea strongly defended vil-
M IUthwest of Mogaune. The
Sh65e were believed to be trv-
to bull it up into a supply
N and rallying point.
[ajor Goneral Stratemrvrr. cornm-
Oier of the Eastern Air Corn-
1d. disclosed today that the
hted States Army Air Force has
Srnoved Its headquarters from
Clitta to AMam. The new head-
Ittr8 fitng the tea nlantations
I ric.fielh nf Ind'. is little
re than an hour's flying time
I Japanese targets in northern
rma.

;itizens Shake
end More W
POtt-of-Spaln citizens yesterday
lpdlan's', Criticism of the inert
If W4 a renewed deluge of petit
411ed asking that the campaii
My making suggestions for the col
MI "Trinidad Guardian" has,
ro, decided that the cam-
Will be continued for an,-
-Week and Tl-,ursday, July 20,
ft fixed as the final day for
Ofg signatures. It has also
deeeded that for the convent-
'Of burgesses unable to bring
PeUttons to the "Guardian"
sIgned coupons may be de-
fTO any "Guardian" agent In
y-oSpain, who has been. In-
ted to forward them to the
m office. Anyone wishing
.ward a petition, therefore,
t haird it in to the nearest
Swhuo would then assj it on
Boffice.
Ci coupon$ received up to
Iday, July 20, will be tabulated
*forwarded to Government uas
P S0n. seeking their interven-
0In the present water shortage
coupons received yesterday
hLbed lists of names of e-
It Is understood that
;;a f workers in various firms
WATER SUPPI
AIM convinced -that the long-si
lcurltyl of life and property
-hihmakes it impu'aveI
Suply rom ta the pty cm
bb i service.
0'.. to my sitnature beli
g te Government to take this
Signature ........
Addre.. .......


American Drive

Loosens German

Hold On St. Lo


Allied Threat

To 4 Towns i


Key Road Centres
Before Gothic Linei
Now Menaced


Russians Enter Minsk


Red Army Within

30 Miles Of Border

Of East Prussia


LONDON, July 13 (AP)--Marshal Joseph S


By JAMES- LOU
SUPREAE HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY By NOLAND NORGAARD t.at the old Polish city of Vilna. gateway to t
FORCE, July 14, 2 a.m. (APi-Fall of St. Lo seemed imminent as ROW July S APi -The usslan army after five days of bloody street
te re ins v a ol m a Americans, battering their way advances to the southwest placed the Russiar
the Americans strove hard to hold a height a mile and a half to slowly down the Era Valley to- fom the n w borders of East prussia.
the east In a position to fire at point-blank range on the escape routes ward the Arno River were today t Sa the brd a st r ui
oan e ie o h rly 12 miles from their goa <' ihe sinoke-smothered city of 200.0000 w'as
and into the heart of the fortress itself guarding all the enemy posi while farther east on l the Italla'n d. u Iton s o neral Ivan Che rniakh wsky's
tions on the Cherbourg peninsula front, front other Allied forces prepared dt uti n a vr In Il 1
,eonor assaults cn four key road Army finally liquidated the German garrison w
The official communique re- ipan ......... l.lp p entrees commanding the ap- r__nforced by pa usts. , ....
rt urhr nsb ou n.. ....... .... proacwrr o thes to the Nazis' well-fort- Accordlng to the caption accompanyIng thl s .rhot,, which wa loed a t e-
poited further s bv a toltal pr oh t o the bazis roadnort.I yrssed ba carolumn + f
of armoured Infantry which-American (,asualties fled Gothic Line. receIved In New- rk hy rlado, frfwm Moc,,w. Russian tnks and The Germans riuctantlv yielded lifE
foughtto the ou t o a Nea r 1 8otl French troops, after bearing tritpt ims the G-iserianent b ild g as they entr the liberated the city which was the comtInitn- 1
afough t to the outskirts of La Near 191718 Total back savage count ter-attacks, held Oe of Mlnsk.-(Ai' radiophot. l eat ionts centre king White Rrs-i
Barret d SemiLan, two miles to the a-t I Fly 1 A heir positions, from which to __ stai with Poland and the Ba.l ti e nl
east of St. Lo, and the Germans WASHINGTON, Jthe19 13 7 AP strike at Poggibonsi. which guards ... ...... states. but fromn the very inwee- ur

barrage ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~r.-- whchlittenemas Aooalof17.2taheir fero'uh e-t r'n ^i ieW O l'liSaostoudas ohr lhou Mse-to-*"*"',fwf ,; ^ y
summoned echelons from the rear -ilt was announced today Ame-b ot e a a lyawh r dsc he bu r t i vr i e-
in an attempt to prevent a break. rican bat'.Ie casual.es In the both the Era Valley approaches Il -n of their ferotn.ts house-tr a l
through. present war are approaching to the Arno Valley. 22 miles dis-h c t r l T house res lsta0 Re, t a f ere bs-
Seven towns were swept up by te total casualties n tant, and the main road north- v. i iftBan p incurred i ssed by large R cislan forces 3t t
General Bradley's troops who are InI the First World War. east to Florence. 21 miles distant.' o" N s w i spead past the cityIn a swift' -
on the move all along the flamihg Unreported results In lthe last Tile British menaced Arezzo, 01, Free News Exchange I'estward drive that gave pros-
battle front, three weeks of heav ihtin key road centre of the whole cen- i aWASH'(,N .hil o 13 AP nects tonight Sviet soldiers'
The Americans moved to the at- i France possibly t- brought the tral part of the battle area. Citta --"Ntw York Tim's" des" patch fhtsng on the C.rman Fatherland I ON tN
tack on St. Lo after opening a total past the 1917-18 mark. di Caste'3, another junction 44sobte-ndf the wek Threeor
barrage which left the Germans A total of 187,028 army ncas- miles southwest of Rimini which is Stats ,wod ask other Allntd Meanwhle strong forces ,- b een awart
a rrage towhic lf I ttheGrmn ualtie. wasane e tod by i e ear a o uf t to Gay l pai d o( the wnrtd. otoibt h e df tWare ktahr ee go
stunned and sickened In foxholes. ultis was announced today by the eastern anchor of the Gothi ,o And ompel emy o to ta e at ot ct V ll tak
With sound trucks wheeled Mr. Patterson. acting War So- Line. wa endangered by v other i ntr pies to remove or mint- cThursdaom tn wr the red F int u-Old N
li to within a few score yards cretary, brought to 235,411 the Eighth Army troops who were s ReoigaUisn o th e AiSeIn (1 Ih- AII nis:' all restrictions 'n free ianlnrn Gernairs we than a state. shire Fusil
of the front lines, broadcasts 'eral/ total officially an- 5,0 0 toer mierioner. soutl on. 'oit, Teasd- een s f r
told the Germans wanting to sur- nounc'd casualties on the goal.ar Socito 'i enidid a n Toa exchange n after thle of agony" esrribed the comn- iorar. Ca




ofthe fro nts a iatnes broadcat. Gnas n'eral otal ofiill th Hos itha e four maie south f thasst theuratlua t.aoi ic *'* H *'X O gn n ak ndmr hn^ 'd
High~ag Comman hoe tie tO, tht^.~~stptMb nrl dSetw ugse eo ution pu t fo"vn~ I.ooN Jus1 ~u o-d O er as sthe ridvAn tor coren- ford o thl
render to lie in the grass and ground, In the air and at sea. The fourth road centre In the bago b-r a. ica N toplitt i lt it I. e It said tht Great Bri- M sod s as strivin tott'ren ford of lb e




wakeIt a. coaitv ttotl bee Amerkcan tod oticit~ da'r. ufakLehrihsbe n-v"( ydlgte rmtu i-Frrew h c p o nl y S tol ne s hotna byS n bottindi d
wait until the Infantry arrived. The Fst World War's overall Immediate part of the offensive IF. a much h io.d )at. and1111d lS) af- would be askct to opesdbr. ojlt topes an hot dG wn byStomrt born I
St. Lio streets are piled high with total was 278,828. Gubblo, intersection of the lateral ,. tar wsolt oa th subject ner TdoesAnd estapom enCanadta tl
the debris of buildings wrecked by .....- route from Umbertise to Anpona fording to iht aict so irtits' d-e.e- MIts fall. The enrrespo-dent, tatel tht Westmtinstvcr
tho dy'f atilry pondngac ,nd Pesaro to Rimini Indianshold gates the right to iot te o insa i i lie newspaper s pid thle (o i- par-achute reinforcements wmee Canadian





the day' andrtleary e p heoundin ac- t -ac-tlh eceesco. heItniyofteGra tile righ t oe voiey oilnlalr mu Clch woil bey aie at d iy in tVi:kesu h dlysoyo rancouver,
cording to French civilians who ldt he hitsh around domninatin this er w l d e aimelther shot down, or fell ontl power Vatcouv'.
slipped Irto the American lines. town 48 miles south of Rimini. at mectcings. is no utufdr ycot-r otlssiol of the question of lines above roofs. Jeffers on
Amu UT e anN lBs.L trVet haven a siderationt by a coMi tie(. it tais i ,hile ani d radio rates, and the ls action
H Ugr sr Uu treea- i th igmnting disclosed at ylostery tetiigs o, ,rting of t a conwintion in 13.000 Nazi Troops weapon and
Alrad ts T m otn c u e alt T Inside Leg lollr the societe3. Irt th e freedom. to report and trans- P f W anks. H
(Already this important communL- Makin apnturmeMta oi nn the! it toall parts of the world. Put Out Of Warank aon
cations hub Is untenable for the FROMed July 13 (Reuter- matter Mr. HoiO It Robilnsont. the .e a MOSCOW. JuP 13 iReuteri- and advan
Germans and I of no value t American troops of the Fifthlpresidemnt. aid "I should like to The great Soviet victoy at Vilna tank, but
them except as a rubble-filledF or G sa po Army, pushit g up the west coast take the opportunity ot informing arilel th announced tonight by Marshal CaptainI
fortress from which they may - of Italy. are now within 10 miles i membes t hat the management eITl, Stalin. has put 13,000 Germans oot pany In a
fight a delaying action. The LONDON, July 13 (AP)-Lord of the port ot Leghor n where committee ot tae societyima aI en Cp-lf the war. Eight thousand were companled
awrm xo tetfgtigi eotdt appointed an ommittn to cons~iderfrilled and 5,00o taken prisoner. re o
American guns can T ire point- Vansittart, Britain's prime expo- thept fiht Ledgh n where cmmitte e of th tsoi e dis nal t ofthenwar, arme d o
Amricabne going onnn ire p o art between fr Partisanseways aild mean.is th iofmigaistting I Ie The Russians have o captured m any aran k 7ile
blank into the town or sweep nent of harsh dealing with the beein going on between aveisn wrD yo n e a committee t o c eons ile and 10 pms fr iser capture frnt" lled a&n
the roads radiating from it. Germans, d em aned I n the House ad the German arrison Fascist the ocietyso as o, among other g uns and tanks atid more thaI n crtiured 2
Germanngsmaueeti thefHuse ad the ermanI ldhi e
Indications that the German of Lards today that 50000 mem- chiefs are sald to be leaving the things, et a, far as possib t 1,500 trucks. Id hs me
High Command hopes to hold, the bers of the Gestapo be imprisoned the town. suggested reso)lutionm pti fowtardl ION)DN N, July 13 ,Reutero To- One of the Red Air Force comn- ma", hill V
town as long as 4.P0uW nd altar the war "until the Allies de- Inland a little, the threat to by Ms.. C H. Von Deible ais to h noli ow is tle,. national day of manders on the spot was MararshP "avyfle






na"'"'s -onil:^ the. -di< -F co maee G ua itheavien le; Stli'so. woude i"*'
make It as costly to therAmerAVintde which of them should be outflank Leghorn has been in-.nvoto by delegates fi ttd wh he'nnuned
army as, possible is aeon ithe tecutd and which deported to ch sodNE by the cature of1 jaticohtriec Cagricultural societies, celebrate the fall of the The troops who had by-pasd arms and
fect that t e A moest ians may hav gv sord a on l ike sDevu is- some Na i-otlesd Vto ra satdad. A A message froni Mr.lAntny alVi11a qaptured more that' 200 the rear t
troops are thrown In todefCA R UeS-- tted thaserse w -e ottle further Inn l.annd PuBhrt troops CsEFUL CONt ID C, ATION Eden, the Brtish Foreln fre- 'aer y, m"adet a new advance he defn
American troops also advanced 200,0 0 membersro t r of the et vng from u west have taken ta, wa tonight broadct in the I t i o tt an wAtt Major
to within one kilometre of U The occasion of his outburst was a village seven miles northeast of vey is a r uesf i on which will nded B.BC's Fosht'eo service. Mr. Eden town only three hlur -i l atid' e rd
Champrs doe Losoue on the junctionthe debate on the killing of 50 theg port of Florence. v e ry careful consideration dee said wish to pay public tribute from the Republic of Lithuania. ree
of the two main roads south of British airm,:n in Stalin Luft III Godfrey 'Talbot, B.B.C. reporter, because it entails the ireorgani. -it,o the part which the people oft Tnight'sa Mostow c ,mmunique ,,Although
Carentan and reached the out-hlast March which he c ailed "cold-, says the I intensity of the German tion of the society on a much France play day after day in their keeps up the dly story of great spre
bradrbais ndaso i ryr w dwayAtern a d thelibteirationeof supitheadvane ily story tmard ~
skirts oe f Hrommet-Darthen ay on blooded a butchery" ebyl the Gestapo. resistance continues along the whole broader basis anutdin also iorder oow liecrationand the liberation o Soviet advances q along teatilmer yea
tohLe Chais.d froomut ean d e D His ).an for the wholesale imi- front. to carry that, out ItI a satisfactory oppressed countries. The Frenoa1 fronts on which the Russian armies mnhetts lin
to Lea Chiamong te nLosoue, Re- oOn the Eighth Army front, fur mannerfus will be needed to put forces of the interior have are pressing towards the Baltic. ous unt
eap-tulatio- of enemy tank losses vrisonment of the DestapoDto-
cure retribution and to provide there advances have been made In the district societies on A satisfac- priasd their Allies, not to say sny- The new offensive north of Pe- tnthed
In the battle In which Pazerssafeguard against further atroci. the mountains on either side of tory position or themselves and thing of their enemies by the skill, lotak is still going well In the Mahoney
Sties." the upper Tiber Valley. Command lthe society. For that reason the o!dness and scope of their opera- -mle breach of the German ri
___ _TRTOPC3 C N N Ping hills have been stormed and committee appointed to go Into the dtions." a defences.c Jornalisti
captured round Areso where the matter will base Itsplans on the General Dwight Eisenhower ex- From Polotak Soviet spear-inillnsintb
Germans have their best defensive recommendations of the Agricul- pressed his pleasure that many heads are striking northwest olon t ties woun
45, 00 .aps C.f a hte Lord Cranborne, replying for positions on the whole Italian tural Policy Committee'sa report F renchmen are now able to cole- the line of the Dvinsk and today exhorted
Government said: "We intend to front. The p.B.C. reporter says and will pr-pare a plan and esti- bt.te their national holiday on ptud place 12 miles from the directed
root out utterly the whole of that they have more than 10 guns mi nmete. Toese would have to bei French soil. border of the Isthmus republic.
in NewG uine rap devilish organisation, the Gestapo, one concentration, while In otherI considered at special meeting. i I General Charles de Gaulle arrived oTherofte Iso word et c' the t.









^_ ----- ---- ----.-.;.-,-~~~~~~~~~~~Ter IfnasC novfs wor yet coco plaher man .f ..te. .atvadIs csbl- V Vlpi l
ANE Asn Gui nE T It is our firm intention that the places they have dug In for- myself as chairman of the districttin Aliers today after a transatlan- tack on Dvinsk, but already the 77
QUART ,NCEWL INED NIADl who are responsible for those midably. societies will discuss the matter tic flight In time for Bastille Day Russians have overrun more than
QUARTERS, NEW GUINEA July cri-- shall pay the full penalty The Mediterranean Air Forces with them as the committee works celebrations. 100 places further down the front. 7









^'o'^%"a;^, '~ t es A pay t me I.A^l penshy;' s ulaEetin m^ Oa *
14 (AP)-It was announced today for them, and I Personally should be yesterday made about 1,700 flightseout Its plan and report. At the same time the irresistible










tna 4,000Ja stri g tooeK._.,. .. .... ...-"^,' ;L. S% y A = .S" SA *S" ^" "
that 45.000 Japs- trying to break very glad to see the handing ov'-e in the offensive which ranged ovenI .... .
out of the British New Guint of substantial "proportion German communications in north- -.Soviet advance 'is same sectors hasa
tr ap,. these'ntHa ror no ItaSac C F Cd teuamyr last.24 h course AC E At
trap, northwest of Wewak, suffered e odiou .. a e t southern prce and progressed 15 to 20 Mles in the
heavy loses." .. however he could not commit Yugoslavia. C. commander G ut -H eourl ....2 .. ho
General Douglas MaetArthur the ,Goverm,:nt o.. r the Allies at J A P F o a
said that oa large-.nemy fore he pres ent tim e.' .. le B
which moved west on Wednesday said Lord VanIsittart's measuresVichy ado Says Back From London Bom boarded
to attack Attair' sireished into an were "not c......... la,-ed to promote iHerriot Not Dead Briader A.*EC A N N IN G oberts
American outpost. The wording the Interests of British or Allted Bre. E. S ones oubts W ITO N" Jla1 -
to ttak itae. irtshd itoan e~~ "ot scuatd t prmoe....i..ot.ea OBE. MdC. "Cjmmmtndcr South' WA..H.NGTON. Juy13A 1
of this report tended to indicate O nrsoners" and add4 d that had NEW YOR, Jun ly 13 lAP T he Caribean Ate r returned to Trinl rale sein Jy am
that the Americans may have given ILord Vansittart -"hoc"J.".!' '- 'I A dmiranCheser i mu z announcedoAN N G & C
.the Americn ma hv ei sho..n a more.. Nazi-controlled Vichy radio said dad last Wednesday frot a liaison to a f. three consecutive days of
ground at their advance positions, statesmanlike attitude on other oc- in a 5.45 p.m. announcement t to- visit to Washington D.C., and Eng- surface or aerial bombardment of
20 miles below Aitape. casions. and had his word, printed day that the broadcast t earlier of lad. Qu 'm. T h e report emphasied po-
As the big-scale t ttle was built or s.oken, been less unremittingly the death of Eduard Herrio. While in London Brigadier Stokes sibilites that the orer American AER .
up, Bostons, Mitchell and Beau- violent his proposals for dealing former French Premier, was 'er- Ro.rts had, whaNt he d scrbedc asI AT E rW TR"
fighters of the Far Eastern Air with this occasion would have car- roneous" and said, "Herriot is Ini 'some very nasty experiences" of Isc captured by Japan early In PARK and RICHMOND S
Force, sprayed 53 tons of explo- rled a great deal more weight., excellent health the newa rob, flying bomb. Cus r a mnd bero yers ji ned'.
saves amond the Nrppon~se onhen-. yord asmVnsittArt proposed the .. Cruvll' rs and destroyers joined,,
sives among the Niponnese concen- Lord member of the - .. . ... .. Monday ound Tuesday in hurling
trations. trial of "every member of the o ert heavy shells against gun-emplace-
man General Staff who at the time l 't Exp V er t D1 el1ft1r wy en blockiv ousa es and warehouses. D M
Pof the crime had any connection Dy developenD ad man JLollA,'Vl n ntv, blrockges a nd w arehsun s DEM AND
a whatever with prisoners of war mate- o o Ex r P oi ofF bomie bardment er b t
6 t Of Inertia we, enough the game is nearly upP Save trn ei lanes from a "faAt carrier tsk
I Id tars." He aid: t Thue "Gestapo know T -neo l i hPetafak.zr an up r swung into the attack ons
~nsd tshreu Tdoom of the Thr e S 'a d irea. acting their assault 1A











1U:........-^ CAW ING~ll &IU~l uru"sugIt h ta~ nCN IG
...ater C. oupons The.... .sop of ChichesterSInter- I -- ..................-ag ainst objectives near Plitt on
r Closed: 7 Th s war is u war of rival How Trinldad's cocoa Industry, nlow almost dead, could ande(lamen. g 'Planes ilso strafed gun D I
ways of life and rival reloe and should be resuscitated and made to exist on a firmer footing than e mt s. a h i d t w
y reacted favourably to the the reaw issue is whit l is to prevail.
it would be fatal at this stage of the in the past, was described to members of the Agricultural. Society PaciificMarianas ground near Guam,
tia of the average individual and war If we were to allow Nazi bru- yesterday afternoon when Dr. F. J. Pound, of the Department of which made their attack on Tues-
ton coupons, Scores of letters were WRty to Induce us t abandon the
ion cou es fittersered p"Inciples to which we have Agriculture, addressed the meeting otn proposals for whicwhicwhicday and Wednesday. onTues- I
be continued with forCe, and pledged our allegiance." -4,-.000 subsidy grant has been allocatd by Government,
silecting of signed coupons. Behind the Address Was deer a -- it, ibaT o
to get cocoa planters, many of of the industry amid tp s 5-csabElf-c Two Unopposed In
are using this form to v cer t thetr apanese crees whom had given up hopes of see, ties., and would then be able to AOLu
",trionidad or G vardian" t wnheait inI the in ustry brought back fully say how much value they at-
" i G i wishesI o160 Miles Apart inm existence, once again inter' .tached at the present to the In-
understood that no coupons are 10M lsA at61t --
uner forsedithat noaopetons areIested In the industry. dustry and to give an answer to Trinidad Guardian Cerrespendmnt,
necessary for sending in a petition CHUNGKING, July 13 (AP)-- Preceding the address was an the query in a comprehensive and CASTRIES, St. Lucia, July I&-
which may be written on ordinary The Chinese High Command today explanation on the matter given fully satisfactory manner. Two candidates were returned un-
pextra c nesmayPersons with indiaOted that nplnese forces in by Mr. n aoOld Robinson, the presi- In the course of his addriens Dr. opposed at the nominations on
pu overtofrieds,pas th sut-o Hunan and Kwangtung are now dent. who told of the receipt of a Pound traced the historynf the Tues:,ay for the general election of
need buy e~ttra newspapers to oh- AebesofCEPTfilflenon
pled bus ertri newspapends. obut -0less than 160 miles apart in' the letter from the Chamber of Com- scheme Inaugurated at the Impe- members of the Legislative coun-
iain coupons Groups my, and le to close the Canton-Hankow mere received from the West rial College of Tropicai Agriculture cl. They fat Mr. Allen M. Lwls.
shinould ,on Gordonary paper. railway which made further hed- India Committee I& London ask. scientist were brought out 'en re a barrister, who will go to the
should sign, onordiawappe sinit eebogtotIr
The "Guardian" wishes it to be Ing whether the present Govern- Council for the first time as me.-
,ioe campaignsnordoa wises ierd engynudagaint to wsnhewoponIidutartoci ariedo ONLI
understood that this is no crcula- The Chfnase continued to hold mont scheme ws satisfactory and to resuscitating the Industry, a er for the Southern District, and
ties campaign, nor do we intend Outhini atrered Henem yland agsaindsft ea r
ng~zt aaint t wht avarage intheopiionalluded to the experiments carried Mr. J. A. P. Comtpton. also a bar-
to campaign for signatures. This renewed enemy land assault andh of them People here, was the out and the results achieved. roster. who already represented the
campai Ii of of view on cesve to find out all-night bombing for three sde- scheme b ased. He told the meeting that one of Estern District n the last Lob- T
the ect zons' point Mr. Robinson sld the letter the three men was detailed to n: I nature.
the question of Government vs. merous bn8 ldings to ruins, was considered by the committee vestegate the yield potentialities Polling iy for the two other
City Council control of the water The sitt'itlon In Hunan as por- of management aind although It and qualities of the different kinds seats, which are being contested. Ing
supplies and distribution of this frayed by the High Command ap- felt that it was a subW.t which of cocoa trees in the Colony so 0a has been fixed for Tuesday, Jul
yand It isleft to the sweet will peered to favour the Chinese who might well affect the well-belng to find out in what way the yields 18.
good sense of the individuals captured several strategic points of the island and Its future pros- could be improved. The second (a the Northern District, which
concerned. No presure vote is south of Lelyang and striking from pelity for many eams to come in gentleann was detailed to investi- -inldes tub town of atries. the
ntcanspated ynor coutpo to n e west reached the vicinity of one way ora nteer, and that it gSteteewrsooate the way fptagating such tIIrnclu me mber s, as s ,the H'ble.815..,
nuow ardd send your coupon to tgen Ysng3'-ng, 25 miles northeast of woud have to be very carefully types 1A would preserve theirhde- me m h. Godon. b arister. 5dl-
"Guardian" via the nearest a4g IfHen. yang, in an ObviOUS attetmt considered in all ita aspects, thAirable characters: while the thIrd ,...a--.._,, ,... ...
to slash the Japanese comtmuic, committee felt that there were s.i..tst.wa .-egae in........ -- ttadmme o h zctv
iosonte lagRie, ai an evlomnt nd m nyin soil fer.tilit. Council. and Mr. 3. 0. N. Clarke.
Ls,"hPsttedOhaddruggis,.have a cl.t.........'
LY P T T O rtety supplytmt the Japanese things beiny done in regard to aI~ investigalons esaehdr~.hv ot ~a
Itandisg|' menace to public health forme Int Ilenuanil arts, cooas reabltation that nigist nO% laid 'the foundation for the next Francis .. Cisrasco, merchna.t, and
in Pot-ofSpainhavenow eache hO nowi. gSJSI hlV by atj mei- step tO be taken by Government.i Dr. Timothy A. Howell. dentit.
fohheGvenen otaeow e':AT F AE-ehs fh soit, he scheme. oftersac ok i the Weten Ditrc, h
ol! ted provieranm ae quttoue andr LA F AS that ressosi, no ald. a Pro had not, however, been in full eandiat'aes are the i onble HenryARAh 1ATT iV'I
manic hd ben rraned li.'e-swing until about thsa year 1934 orP !. Delinar. the retiring member tt LI. JIk.'

IE154in~rmo.~~~whichbecm e heav OVUm iii-- fl id tm ire, gU re~tuired~ t t"'ct~ber Mr LA
.........................OarrespmilesOml O that tilme thy have had ineuin in their dlee Iftwic h ea fIbla u'H.PR ~d RC M tD
...........y.........w.e .., a-,.-...e.- ,celane ,... th .d.ese .. t


talln announced today
the Baltic. fell to tie
et fighting. while ncw
ns less than 30 miles
a scene of horror and
Third White Russian
wlich had been vainly

CsWon
talian
front
, July i3 (Reuter)s
e Victoria Crosses have
tIed; they were all won
Tliyv went to two 32-
soldiers from Britain.
ffersoin of tlIC Lanca-
clrs. and Lleut. iTem-
ptain) Rihiard Wake-
e Hampshire Regiment,'
ulhain, London. and a
Major Mahoney. of tihe
r Regiment of the
Army who comes from
BriiDsh Columbia.
got his decoration for
in seizing an anti-tank
i1 attacking two German
e destroyed the leading
ly 20 yards. He reloaded
ced towards the second
this turned and fled.
Wakeford led his corn.
ctlon near Cassiro. Aet
by his orderly and
ly with a revolver he
umber of Germans an4
0 pri(ners. Next day hb
en to the site of a Oer-
position and ur.der very
. and although severely
In the lace and botl
legs he refused to go to
until he had organlft
ees of the gound won.
Mahoney led his COIme
D8 a river a rd formed t
d on the Oenrmn snide.
ceaselp-slv atLtecked by
e-"my forces ineludtng
and tanks, he and his
I the ground for five
II the rest of the regi-
I got a-ross and con-
the advance. Major
In peace time was t
and his s the first V.C.
a soldier of the Domo
th, war. Although three
nded he encrurawed n4
hs men and personally _,
helr fire. "

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SIU"DAY. JU'LY 14. 1I4.


=Bastille Day Finds France
'Prepared To Rise Again
-FRENCH National Day. 1944, finds
France in the process of being liberat-
: ..ed and ready to rise again. At least one
'* corner cf her soil has been freed from the

German grip, and throughout the coun-
try a people who were at one time bewild-
Sered are begInning to see clearly again,
S:.and are preparing to aid in the enemy's
Overthrow. It is only a lttle more than
Four years ago that General Charles de
Gaulle, speaking from London, called on
SFrenchmen everywhere to rally and carry
..on the fight. Then his words must have
sounded fantastic, for haJ not the Wehr-
I nacht overthrown all opposition and was
It not mniast.r of Europe? Today events
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General de Gaulle expressed in France's
ability to fight on and survive was based
on a sane and sober realism.
Frenchmen who hear-l him and failed
to heed his words must today regret their
indifference. An armistice, he warned,
would be merely slavery. Those who have
suffered humiliation and misery either
under direct Nazi rule or under Hitler's
Vichy collaborators, may now say that
his words were prophetic. He told them
the cause was not lost, reminded them
---that France had a large empire, her fleet
--was intact; that she had wealth, allies,
and industrial resources; that it was not
a Franco-German affair, but a world war
In which they were engaged.
D; Gaulle's faith has been more than
Justified, and today while he can held his
..-head high the defeatists are getting
ready to slink to their hideaways to es-
cape the avengers. Petain, Laval, and
..heir gang have enjoyed their brief hour
-Zof glory as tools of Hitler, and will soon
).,swept away with the Bastille-like
.-rison which thry helped their masters
-4nake of freedom-loving France. They
.lave earned the execration of their own
countrymann while de Gaulle, whTom they
sentenced to death, Is nonoured every-
:-where and recognized as the leader of the
:inew France being born.
United States recognition of the
Z:rench National Committee as the
: authority for the civil administration of
:liberated France comes at an opportune
=ilme. While this falls short of the Con-
:-6ultative Ass.mbly's desire to be recog-
),Z-nised as a provisional government, it will
7-at least assure Frenchmen of the desire
.-of their Allies that they should them-
elves choose their government, and that


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uUntinw tbey Wil be se red W French
officials, a_
This by whe a part of France is al-
rmdy ft d bmU t or Mw r any taw
Its place In history with that first Bastille
Day, 155 year ago, when an aroused
populace ef against their oppressors
and stormed the Bastl*e prison, symbol
ot the old rgime. Today, at the Olde of
their Allies from overseas the French
people are hammring on the walls of
another prison-fortress. Again they have
not oly right but might on their aide,
and there Is no doubt that they will suc-
ceed in winning a new birth of freedom.

Water Supply Campaign

To Close After Ten Days
THE 'Trinidad Guardian" has decided
to make Thursday, July 20, the clos-
ing day of the water supply campaign.
This will give ten clear week days from
the start of the drive last Sunday for our
readers to send in their signed coupons,
which we consider sufficient in a matter
of this kind where prompt action is need-
ed. If the public cannot make up its
mind in ten days to support the petition,
It will never do so.
The flow of coupons asking the Gov-
ernment to take over the water supply
has improved, but much more remains to
be done. Already some business firms
have sent us the signatures of numbers of
employees anxious to get more water, and
we hope others will follow along the same
lines. We continue to receive typed forms
with multiple signatures, and signatures
on sheets of paper with coupons attached,
which are convenient ways of recording
the opinions of many people at the same
time. But speed is essential. Already the
City Fathers are feeling the rising tide of
public indignation, and we must keep the
tide coming in.
At Wednesday's adjourned meeting of
the Council there was a decided about-
face. The great majority wanted to res-
cind the previous decision not to buy
wat.r from the Government, but were
prevented from doing so because one
member dissented where a unanimous
vote was required. It is significant that
the Councillors wanted to go back on
their earlier verdict, but sufferers from
the water shortage will not be fool2d by
this eleventh-hour change of heart. What
has happened, in our opinion, is simply
this: discretion for the moment has been
seen to be the better part of valour, and
the City Fathers now want to pacify
public opinion.
This seeming return to reason came
only when signatures had begun to pour
into the "Guardian," asking the Govern-
ment to take over. It came after the Gov-
ernment had indicated, in reply to Mr.
Wight's questions in the Legislature. that
it was keeping in mind the possibility of
acting under the Defence Regulations It
came after a polite letter had come from
the Colonial Secretary, wanting to know
by July 31 how the matter stood. Are we
to rely on signs of repentance under such
conditions? If the Council Is a little more
co-operative today, must we not conclude
that it is beating a tactical retreat with
its main line of strategy unchanged?
Let those who have faith in getting
water from the City Council ignore the
petition. We wish them all joy and peace
in believing. Meanwhile we ask the un-
believers to come forward in their hun-
dreds and thousands and sign for a better
supply.


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watermelon. The Maquis consist of grog" of it is as "stopicmple* as that. But a
LANDT DE MONTB3RN. about 50 men. They operate wher-. of course, It requires boldness and at priz
St. James. ever the country is tavri.ableand 100 per cent "relability In intell. l
Spc Ve F N y there are forests or mountns 10 ence work. It is Polble only be-' 2nd Prize
Special Verse For Navy give them a hide-tut. Here they cauethe overwhermin number of ad Pri
The Editor, 'Trinidad Guardian. have camps. These groups are dise- .rnh people are m 'nsympathy
Whie singing the National An- ciplined and well-organised. They .th te Manila 3rd, 4th &
them at the Navy Day Ser'se I are under the co and of a leader -T ltadery for a llfood they
attended on Sunday, my thoughts who is generally an experien.ed uyfrom a dly peasants gen
omcrotensn scl .eroluy withn erma ri oey. Uqi
went back to a .erse that was sung officer, often an escaped prisoner.S. S .th rcaMn tvMal ,t
during the Great War and which of-" I tacam lowd I ,uz aves M, 7th &
is probably forgotten. In addition, there are ectioo and pls ew r cam tJhat a larg -m
group chiefs and the work of the n banknotes for paying the
"God blesa our splendid men: different units is well co-ordtated1 iag-fo.rs aoS- l h veeew.-
Bring them safe home again; Each camp has a politicaloftror M ine- --rail ...way s j inh th, 10th
God bless our men. coamMssar whose dUty bis net Oy _dayst ie two
Keep them victorious, to "vet" recruits autor reliability, but The Maqui arranged to lay t
Patient and chivtalrous, also to keep contact with the U loa.,- a d -h---m e o
They are so dear to us. derltwmd and pronounce ontwn c' 'e- p" them oe
lod bless our men a on coUaborationist&tand tieto Mi wn t.O p 2"b tbM.. The
The ~O I" on cilabrat anit ad tiatm.t now were pleaded into hkren"in-
The National Anthem Is a pray- In securing supplies cunnitng gen-. v L *y? ln.
er At services such as lat Sun- ely replaces mere force. on g -teadOfalwy van Sad by tl e
On tme he"mutatae W" las leVersd.
dCsI would it not be mtt fitting paper, the Germnn. should be abithe lotorrieshad '*ape
to Include this verse? tOn oerwhelm the Marq s In a day I _- _-p- wa --te lc
Mt .~M I. MJOIJG MOLE They have announced t heirete. Ie ,ndersome u ero goi l0
mB-iaatita sverual timeO. W tey grows 60h4 t


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am thhLe CT I
-oft ~drawings to
oat he Am
Votor Shortag elPoee t nitday @o
indemocrmfic City Methdord 1 65\
I have much pleasure iorlward
ha my eignsmure In aupprn toat
ae water petition Initiaaed ly
mur newspaper, I think It s my duty oloal f
rengister MY pro""a agablat the T~dd
mpeeroiaa g atitidel of te ?th July. 19
aty Fath rs n a matter that
hreaters the liae, health and ant- C INTR(
tlor of a fifth of thel inhabit-
pnts of the Coilcn y. WOOLL
I am uvable to appreciate how TARN I
e economic factor can be mused
a an excuse to override the will
I the people, Is this the sort of A. ,at
democracy that the citizens of Alocatio
art-of-Spain are prepared to a s e1ted Yah I
ept as a standard?944 a
Formerly it was bel eved that nite K
democracy me'el y implied l a form who rcld
SGovernmeas that was of It i therefore
ople's own choosing: but today Kngdm S
emocracy metns more than .this, e
m it is idealiaticaly expanded to
ilude a government by the peo- te Ps
l and above all a government Old Post e
r the people. 7 St. V- nce
Where does the ideal of govern- Port-of-SPao .
ent by and for the people come pi, tod t h July,
when half a dozen people as s a
Sult of their own- w is or
lices have failed to ca out Towards the fall of the Nazi Bautille.
e mandate of a vast majority of
* 100,00 citizens of Port-of-0 F
pain, thereby betraylng the trust i O
ait was impcsed on them on ~ a k N to a
.,ctii d., ? French Mark National DayN
Putting it ver' mildly, this. in
'iv tw. isiprostitutin Shg demo- '
'cy, and if the Government of1Il
e Colonv ha.s the slightest, i L n i
n~e of responsibility towards the
op!e as a whole. I feel merely By ERIC BU'RGER posted over the gatey to modern
humanitarian grounds It can tun e.
nothing less than take over It1 is beyond any present-diy Before France. and maybe not Subject
mediate!-' the control of the polt ical consideration that our only France, return to normal life,
water of 'he city. there might wei be violence along
IMOHiAMED A. RI GHANY. thoughts turn today to France. On the road violence that strikes o a- I SIES
marine Squar e .her National Day, the fourth since most every time when a world or,
Much Ta o ndemned oshe slipped into that horrible night- a nation is living in the tonitiotn 3
Muh akC dm e from one epooh to another. When 57
Fo dtor, Tronidad Guardian. t t!mare, it is her significance Inhuman the people of Paris stormed the o 0S
cilh as Editor "Trinidd G wereian noatlf etl y c ha6
I %h 0hviorouslv to protest o history Lisat ntkes free men ever)'- Bastille In revolt against despotism, i 6610
hals of my fellow -citizens inT where unite in emotional solidaritythe were not exactly ch posilt
rt-of-Spain who bear acng er o f ...e there wl be nomusic yet all of anti-violence either. 6612
e maladminLstration of an eGer- for the suffering but unconquered The French Revolution, alto- 7018
quaciuus City Council. )nation. gether, was anything but a piousn 7019
IiS r Iot. A sibleoG to dig up lt hF pilgrin:,ge, but its bloodshed hai 7020S
S lhegtoionc a clause uch always been, In hap- left deep-rooted traces in history. SERIES
hetvt legal action can be f taken Pler da)s and in the days of untol lIt has assured the life of an Ideal 2008
anst he City rsCouncilent cr fail- di store. Though somewhat worn- that does not belong to France 2009
t po gie city residents water? out. tihe saying of an Ameri(in still alone. 2010
ev hold meeting upon meetlnt, stands-that everyone has two The French people themselves SERIES
Ilk, talk. and more talk. with countries hLs own-and France. haae ofttn been accused of being 16"
?t a drop of water behind it. The name of France, In this case, exceedingly devoted to an easy- 1637
Tallin i gge-ns to be the order of covers more than the border-lines going llfe, being addicts o a t ire-1638











*uldtlin b pulned an prpeduc a pssie sateo -in e s goin life, be ingulu adicts ofad thle- MIS
ie dal with all the schemes oif a country. It is synonymous of free existence. The French express. 4154
lere is mny signed water supply a spiritual home for woicllh thereSin, "Je m'enfous" which might 4155
Stucn. ,itre no p marked frontiers on the be translated wnth "I don't care" 4156
WATER BOAT. map. It has the meaning of an or "To hell with it," was a very 80
Western Mah...t.. Road. idea that has no land at ,ill and popular one. Indeed, and the French 8681e i
yget. has all the lands of the world. applied it almost voluptuously. 0682
Modern System Needed That is one more reason why Thl t did not mean, however, that SERIES
'he Editor, "Trinidad Guardian" France can bDe looked at today with- they were just bunch of dream- 3811
As a citizen cf Port-of-Spain. out lying much attention to cur- ing idlers. It was only one aide Of1












HLTO POTE~'8 ver "Is he ameIde ht wslingh ider.I Waccseo< Onlyoe side tof U12
id a reader of your daily news- rent di cu ions on her present their temperament and did et 8i 13
per. I congratulate and thank status. It is never a question of affect their deep longing for kltow- 8
u for the splendid effort you are men alon,. They only count as ledge, another legacy of the 787-
aking to obtain an adequate servants of an idea, that Idea which tury of ae French Revolutior i a 4d
water supply. made the greatness of FPrance and c274"
For a number of y"is the City beamse her rtoklbone tl the yeasr s e a274l Ceut sy -7-
oUncil has been suI i*ing is with o nameless trials.Be a67th ses
is of talk, but n-t enough The trials are not yet over and 6579
aer The present dangers of fire there will be no music yet all over Whenever they failed taking life 65s 0
azard as well as perhaps epidemic, France, no dancing in the streets, and its problems too seriously, whoi8143
quire sc:ion by the Govern- no fireworks and .no fun as there could cast the first stone on them? 8144
ent a .ou suggest in last Sun-aused to be on the. "Quatorze Juil. Theirs was a beautiful country 8145
av's issue of the "Guardian."', let." Frenchmen inside and out of with ever-cranglng landscapes from SERIES
Makeshift methods of repairing Fince will commemorate tneir the cloudy Channel coast to the 0861
rd Puatmps. and drilling a few new National Day not with a splendid bright sky-line of the Mediterrane- 0862
elLs here and there. could never demonstration of the joy of living an. They had plenty of everything 0863
nm considered opinion. gi.remre as they did when driving along the and wine was cheaper than mineral 8931
ian temporaryinproement of brighter tide of events. But it wll water. They had Paris, their 8 932
upply.
Lage modern storage reservo irs be far from being a day of mourn- capital, ard El Dorado of freedom 933
d daam,. with a system of con Int with the liberators well on where a Hababurg prince could dine SERIES
ete irrigation canals leading their way. undisturbed with a socialist hot- 4067
after into them during the many head, and a hard-boiled banker 40683
iea' downpours of our tropical No MourningM convene reeliv over the fable 4069
ins, would no doubt store up with a dreaming prince of poetry. 7281
lionss of gallons of water, which No there will be no mourning as All that. not the tourist rr, ike- .122
iuld then be purified, and pumped such a passive state of mind Is too up of ridiculous vice, made the 7293
to the City's malns with special much related to a self-resigning charm of France. The spring and $ 0M1
dytipm ent. attitude from which the French autumn of Paris. the laborious 8302
Such a system can still be con- people even kept away when on workman enjoying life uin his cor-m
Icted to emergency wells, linking the verge of despair. Wits the nr cafe, the little bourgeois dream- 29SERIES
gethei as it were all the best and end of the road in sight, they will tling of a small place on the coun- 029
o.st dependable scurces known to celebrate the Fourteenth of July tryside for his old age; that was )
after engineers with ,e silete dignity that from to- France. Will that be ever again. 0 W
The Government should spend day's sufferings, opens to them the or does it belong to a past to which 4115
e greatestamout of money wayall brigs have been blown in a 4136
eble on modernising thisnColony's t7ofto.callng horwda4
water service, as it is quite essen- morrow. Ichmneinb world -4137
al to industrial and agricultural Today and tomorrow, the Idea The French people have paid the 7VM4
develop mtaent. l they are celebrating is as great as heaviest price for any ilure they 756
o n HILTON PORTEOUS. ever. It is the same idea that was might be accused o Once and for
A'rederick Street. born in blood ,snd Are 155 years all. they have wip. out with their SERIES
back in history and that now sees sufferings and their heroic fight 78",4
Fire Hazard Feared a world at war with Its fraudulent -the legend of the Frenchman with- 7875
opponents, out tears 7876
rhe Editer. "Trinidad Guardian-" ft is the idea from which parted Today. aher In their elites and 8563
Should we event come home and all political progress in the past villages they whisper to each other &%4 4
nd our houses burnt down because and to which will return a p(,ce- that b','ztnq call "Vive la Prance." 8M56
f lack of watet, we should feel.ful world in the future. Today and there will be a mighty echo from
ike seeing to It that those City rrw oi
atrswudhvtosto th tomoro Jonhands under the across the seas, SELLE
)aveinent toinoolbryan.qait s I will sound like the message
H. SINCLAIlt. sealed in the Declaration of the thtbefore Ion, they will not have 0 5950 .
Belmont Circular R .ad. Rights of Man, classic document to say it in whispers any more. AA 6136,.
~ 8104 ..
ends Other SignaturesFrnhM qi HrasN iso
teEditor, "Trinidad Gwardian." Frn h M q i H rs ai 2550,..
I read with dismay th~e hlak of By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT still go on. Recently, underground BB 0060 ,
ull support in the move to get us . ... sources &ent to the Inter-Allied m- C 8681
nore water. Truly you have hit Iwhen the full story of the Frenchl formation o : i Lnon c AA 3450 .
hie nail on the head when you Miqtiis te_ patri~o~tarm, ,can be counts of exploits which are typical '' 9336 .
erm it laziness that is keeping us w,,tten after the war, at will beD o tewythe aqsge wa Y T 8173
uack from flOOding your officee thiln s thatn of RoinUl Hood% and nessr for.peraio. ag........t.. the. 0 3801
with signatures, and I am one ofi u .om wy curiuy .omila, The Germans. O 54720.
lie first t. plead guilty to this. nxaJcr problem of the Maquisards i One group of camps needed DD 8852 .
But I am making up for it bylletting food, money and equipment. transport for an operation. They O 46.
sending on some other signatures IThey are under strict orders not sent their "liaison agents" into the H 4136 .
together with m ; own. I am also to "commandeer" from the French, neighbouring towns to see what V 1530.
taking the opportunity of asking except in the cas of proven there was available. These agents ""10
rounotto ettl~ moemet ie.trator. reported that at a large garage be- F 8932 ,
C. CRIN ALEONG. They have, therefore, to live longing to the police, there were a X 8406 ..
Piccadilly Street [largely on the Germans and every nme flrisad asbln- o09.
miltar opratioaaganstGeraning to the police. These were due lo R 1691.
Prefers W aterm elon dum ps troops or Ctflflu tllh atol l a e t e ow at 1 m. n t d y. x 77 ..
The Edi~tr Trnl Guarullaa.* ge pyt r egee oteI dee heiner petarol tanks would be" full. AA 8672 ..
I eneole y watr eeetionformAt 10ZS on the following morn- W 8709.
dul enlosedm water w eitio fourSm- splirles and arm. Acodn topa. ing. 50 Maquscazse into th town Z 3177 .
dulysgne a nd Wihyluca prs heRP esdope a with proper i.dentity papers and U 056 ..
pIn all seslse. idl hc and weapons for the patriot army, driving licenses. They took over the W 2609.,
I aso nclse ridlewhih myout for the most part, it is the vehicles and drove them out of the Z 2418.
help to drive the Point hoax.. Gettian army of occupation that 15 ,own on the ZtUSt road. By the time A 0687,
Q. What ha the difference be- unwillilngly supplying them, th'oiefudotte'msae A71.
tween the City Council an a oiefudotte-msae A71.
watermelon? t-,= . he vans and lorries had disap- j 'C 2694,
A. Thie only difference is, Well Coordnlateda pere and were in the Maqula H 7 56.
you can get water out of a (ap. ID31.2.,


ERS OF:


13.85 3w
159.18 440
13.85 3401
13.8.5 iL
159.18 10ib i
13.85 "iS
13.85 4 U',
159.18 48 *
13.85 430
50916
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5934 6
59ai i
13.85 6M
159 18 6113 .
13.85 7138
13.85 7-13S
159.18 Tf
13.85
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13.85 008 .
159.18 442?
13.85 4421
13.85 442
159.18
13.85
13.85
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1385
159.18
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13.856,
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13.85
13.8 I
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13.85
159.18
13.85i
13.85
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13.85
13.85
1,034.72:
13.85'
13.85
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'8707
13.85
159.18 8
13.85 885
13.85
159.18 ow
13.8M _
13.85 723
159.18 7;38
13.86 7234


011ONERS of:


.......... $749.60 W ar Lord ................. 16 (i $71.19
....... 6,4.64 Prima Donna ........... 11
.......... 524.42 Jetsam .. ........... 10 '
........... 524.72 Mine Swcper .......... 10
......... 524.7% N \ nilstable ............... 10
........... 299.87 Ras Taitaro .............. 9 "
......... 299.87 Gieneag.e ............. .... 9 "
.. .... 299.87 Sam Lord ............ 9 ,,
......... 113.28 Happy Days .............. ,,
...... 113.28 Solitaire ... .............. 8 ,
...... .... 113.28 Brown Bread ....... 8 ,
......... 10U.52 Chinltara ... ................ 7 ,
.......... 86.16 Scarva ..... ............ 6 ,,
...... .... 71.80 Pippin .. .................. 5 .
.......... 71.80 Leap Year .................. 5
.......... 71 83 E pinette .................. 5 ,
....... ... 57.44 Sugar Lady ............ 4 ..4
....... .... 57.44 M ennen ..................... 4
........ 57.44 High Mat .................. 4
........... 57.44 Sunshaft ........ ....... 4 .
........... 43.08 Darling ............... ... 3 ,,.
........... 43.08 Colleen II ........... ... 3 ., "
......... .. 43.08 Sahib .................... 3 ..
........... 43.08 Sunray ......................... 3 ,, .
........... 4308 Anemone ................. 3 *.:,
........... 28.72 Saracen ................. 2 ,, .
........... 28.72 Captain ........... 2 .
........... 28.72 Rcally Flying ........ 2 -
........... 28.72 Transmitter ............ 2 ,,
........ 28.72 Skylark ............ 2 .
........... 14.36 The Abbess ............ 1 .,
........... 14.36 Linsccd ... ............ 1 ,
.... 14.36 Whirlwind .................. I
........... 1436 Rosewood ........ ........ ,,
... .... 14.36 Sea Rover .. .......... 1

........................... 0 5950 W ar Lord ...... ........... .
.......................... AA 6136 Prima Donna .............
X 8564 Jetsam .......... ...... ..........
S5th Prizes .. 07101 Mine Sweeper...............
DD 0639 Whitatable .....................
S2550 Ran Taffare ..................
& 8th PriMes .. BB0080 Glaneagle ...... ...............
C8681 Sam Lord .........0..........
AA 3450 Happy Days .. ..................
& 11th Prizes CCc9768 Sol:talre......................,
Y 9133 Brown Bread' ............-. .
Other Hor ses hn....... ....

IL & 0. B J
paymaent of Prizes will commence on July 2^


government Nq

NOTICE -

a is hereby given that tn accordance with seet
Loan Ordinance 1916. Cap. 221) formerly No. I
! the redemption of debentures will take plaes i
owtant-Oeneral. Port-cf-Spainm. at ,2 pan.m on M
fJuly. 1944.
r of "debentures issued under the above maunt4L
Lived to attend. 7
ERROL L. dos SA
Acting Colt
cretary's Office.
44.
OL BOARD NOTICE
ENS AND WORSTED
FROM THiE UNITED
NGDCARELI
n of Wollens and Wors-
for petrod July-Qetobur
aow been made Iv the
igdom and importers TA
Quota Licences should TA I
lace orders with United
up liers immediately..
IVAN S. MINOR$.,
Acting Secretary, S U
Contr"'l Board. C 5
)fflee Buildings,
int Street,
min.
1 9144 .



ICIAL LIST OF WIN
4BERS IN TRINIDAD 1

LUB SUMMER 2/- SWEI
STAKE, 1944.
to the Oondltions endorwd on the Sweepeb
"Am I SERIES "M" SERIES "I:" -
Prize No. Prize No. 1'rise! hfi


1385 0110 13.8.5 0955
159.18 0111 159.18 0956
13.85 0112 13.85 0957
13.85 2783 13.85 1285
159.18 2784 154.18 1286
13.85 2785 13.85 1287
13.5 SERIES"N" 5411
159.19 oSERIES 412
1"5. 6561 13.85 5413
13.86562 159.18
*3 6563 13.85 SERIES
13.851 SERIES *0"
159.18191 ..505
1385 1'.85 OS3
3 ,1592 159.18 0854
'C"- 1593 1385 0855
13.85 3779 13.85 1529
159.18 3780 1359.18 1530
13.85 3781 13.8M 1531
13.8515949 1385
159.18 5950 14. 36.00 SERIES
13.85 5951 13.,85
13.85 643.5 13.85 2608
1,945.00 6436 159.18 2609
13.85 6437 13.85 2610
7103 1385 45,:4
I" 7104 4,71204,) 45.5
13.87105 13.85 45
159.18.f
13.85 ZSERIES IT" 8708
3444 13.85 870O
3445 159.18 8710
159.18 7481 3. 9646
l3,887473 159:18 Ot47
13.85, 74 4 13.85 E
159 18 S1. 8RIES
13.5 SERIES "Q-
1385 0350 13.85 2774
159.18 035,1 159.18 2775,
13.85 0352 13 85 277th
4114 13.85 7369
"F 4115 159.1 7370 Consc
13.85 4116 13.85 7371
159.18 6315 13.85 8405,
13.85 6316 19.18 8406
13.85 6317 13.85 8407
159.18
13.,5 SERIES "R"
0896 13.85
"G" 0897 159.18 lERII:S
13.85 0898 13.t85
159.18 1301303..5 11Ofl
13.85 1391 159.18 1107
13.85 1392 13.85 1108
159.181 SRIES "s" 3651
13.85 B~llIS 15 3652
13.85 2549 13.- 3653
15.18 2550 2,945.00 Q9132
59.13.8 2551 U1 91333
1385 5463 1,0i3 (I'34
"H" 54ut4 1,.16.l 8 34
13. 541 5 13.8J 9240
15.b54 11 13.&) 9241
1..,.b5412 1 5.18 '242
13.85W &3 13.5
1 7.5 189 SERIES13
159.18 790 13.18 SERIES
13.85 7961 13.85 2
13.85 SERIES "T" 2427
13.85 2488 13.85 2428
1"3 489 159.18 2429
"K" 24:10 13.85 3176
13.85 !,,?6 13.85 3177
159.18 4b67 15U.18 ,1178
13.85 4608 13.&, ,
13.85 8-16 13.B5 4490
4,712.u0 8al7 159.18 4461
13.85 8.-8 1:13.8 4492








TRINIDAD GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 144.


WORLD n IB


pante Assured Of Bigger FlyingBomb Hungary iive r Nw
yield From New Seedlings HasNotCaughtTraUnions, ,. N.A.F.L. 1944
wet n a. tr.d =ionn -i. H H( Season Starts
tCWFNUOFROM PACE 13 i~ ~ ~a piDdpa radi
wat o ,tooll of e s h the h edlinv rpe to b r a in 2app" au trade unio andolut
Sf ort to ted uld greater than for a unified workers V organ- Tom orrow
VM S Ma atera. and myeZ tM uer deve dTvd. n o d after the Ger -
j a a assurance The t a of the meeting for By ,TOMYAUWG. .=-., a model. The broad- .U
wet s s-e t high11ly his ha de M were- m onveryed to Dr. ,.LONO- July 13 tAPJ-I- f cat said the new organisation =
a%, Im.ign e trees, _we M Vownd b ar.H.X fhy i aad o the ry o Parlan entary qutions would take over trade union Ashton Via. lasm t year winners
y to= rMoe9 rrehaPiMY' R Mr. Lalla. about the robot bombs, Mir. Clsenst properties and be empowered of the Northern Amateur Fotball
arS a who w ite.br m l-- AtUee, Deputy Prime Minister., to- tO regulate the social and eco- Fir o.t s Caue touryand
very heavy, .aNdIn a few dam Iob... aoy curly reacted the m. nomo probefma of the work- Brafd, clhal on of the acond
mubeet = M N azi D fences Ithat oovermet ha bo Or. dis ,nnow promos to the top
,I a = ta'aum ,-_dc au ht ... .Sl.l .. division, ., will clash in the a
-h w the fix tNTd i" fxur.e Of this x e e
ade aiocaeted towardsa reviv. bert members premed for a P etition on tr e Lau'ghrund

S=id=bc Cnldd0 e w owenfsd lohhd=o^e^ te.- "tW*tw Inoadieav Potae Ho-fCon enedvt ^ga v.oSlwe
Industry, he sai s P us ion Atd the sumenepeto on Wa
Mie Pnd beemt r"a o rh w seret w(onen bAl t lnt Attlee. s et oP Q uer (ndar All rIay 's Church) tomorrow
r o V ag of boco with a it- swearing for Mr. Winswon Church"il aternoon.

ffff~ help dat m^CuadtK~ "ontn rl~ eoiy7-teploue4 otCnnmreot 1 l~ to C on fuse etPrimeM s o afh he gut od rep Ai o e d. Ate -A ad Mr. J. F. Qamacho. the President
Ing with the soils on States ( CONTINUEDP FROM PAGE what he said." The it week's flxtur sareu
suitable for Continued Ceocoa tried to break through the beach- The Speaker intervened In the LO*DON, July 13 (Reuter)--Pro- fellows:
Hedisclosed- that $U3 head two days ago, showed & impromptu discl sosio and for about Poses forD a new approach to In- Monday IT-Dauntless vs Night-
per a was being offered as a total of 11 Panther tanks des- three hours the above remarks and din's politilituprolem were men- lnpla ; referee. Mr Laughlin.
\ wich $d10Peer areterayed andin thae eant of Ameri- some others wort withhed from e today In the House of Coam- Wednesday 1-e aglevea Siwell;
SeA In detail with can ordnance. Previously seven publication at his request. publi* mii by Mr. Leopold Amery, the referee, Mr. H. Ward.
b selection and ribution of toyed tak were counted. The ctlon ban was lifted this after- SOtAry of State for India, who Friday 21-Strollers vs Cresent;
g aeralt enrlul n Pansthe r atI e heavily armoured noon on all but a few sentences nwa answering questions. referee, Mr. H. Yeates.
l satin matrl from the prope tdt mounting high velocity 7- the Houtq of Commons report. me said he had seen the Pres s
kaoint on the asts made by ahnteaCrt. a
procedure that would be fol millimetre gun. A story or the Mr. Attlee said If ,relmesents ccouni t of the statement made by
when a proprietor a lied wreckage Indtcated that four of tions" were made for a secret sea- Mr. Rajagopalacharar and the URES
aui d ya nd odsncd the area o n "t. Governmenthony meet newspaper Interview given by Mr. re- o t Figures
an assurance that the yield five by anti-tank guns, While two the desire of the House.* Gandhi but the present position O ULE
S that would be obtained were boged down in the ditches Lord Edward Winterton asked oMbscure and Mr. Amery said he pre- les Win
before they were destroyed. This specifically for more information erred to refrain from any expres-
11 T. mk a total of 24 tanks the about "counter-measures against sions until the situation was clearer, C. Thaveiot and W. Somerville.
"M D e l A ICLan vtatte of waD have destroyed since the flyingcubomb." i although he wold actually welcome paired together, scored a brilliant
irts hY T7here Is growing cvn- Mr. Henminuelor the eLabourany effort made towards a settle- victory in at Marine Square Tennis
"tD-Da~y." Se k 8ron on Mr ne hinwelsl, 1 r ^lment between the Muslimi and tleo Club open doubles match at the
.nf fusion ine the Germaan defenses who nearly peways isa thorn in Hinedu communities, club's courts yesterday afternoon.
120 1 lndiustry and the entire line is already the Government's side, said: "If Arep from Bombay received Their victim s were C. Fabres and
ASSK~~~n tooew largely disorganized with the ene- you say It Is undesirable to press don ote M o Ato, wo t dft
------- mya o f ru ar dvin o ofig te for dsono s quoted Mr. Rajagopal- e Anthony, whom they defeated
imy maknT reargu d fights for this matter in public, and if there chariar as saying that Mr. Gandhi 6-2 and 6-1.
July 13 (Reuter). time. Their communIcations are Is no universal desire for a secret had agreed to concede to the u- .A. Wood and C. Me Kene
L eo in se bad that they do not know session, what steps are open to lims the right to separate from won the other scheduled match
oi wheRe their frontlin es tare, members for ventilating their Hindu India and that draft from D. Basford andLie
Production" to whenn h oReuter sttes that on th subject?u Hatton
theoHke eoftein other side of Caen east of theth e scheme on this basis had been sub- by default.



wouflnto 'ur' p ,. ?,,.y,? whenON thly 13si hadt) beenl~ sub-l by defaut. rg^
ont the House of al monst. Cs and the Orne British As the flare up died down under mitted to Mr. Jinnah, the Mus-
He refen to the big lost forces have been thrown back a some cautionary words from the linm leader. It is presumably this TODAY'S FIXTURES




He refrre to the bigd lossesAn o ce ^^ ^^^
yd i and absenteeism sort distance An the area of St. Speaker, Mr. Anthony den., Lead- report to which Mr. Amery re- OPEN DOUBLES
t said that absenteeism was less A tuneray by strong German er of the House assured members: ferred. C. Mc Kenie and A. WoodUplay
s yar than last year. A he put counter-attack and Chester Wil- "It is not in (the least that the Mr. Gandhi, in a statement toA. gostinidand A. Davenport
It l a a minority ofe mot of the B.B.C., who is with Government will withdraw from the Press in Bombay this morn- Harold Nothragel and A. Farfan
t nhCmior t he o the Second Army, says that Ger- having a discussion if the House ig said he would be satisfied wi th play T. Mc ean and P Plimmer
minrs had taken advantage of war man mortars have been ative desires it. Heretofore, the feelings a National Government I n full con-






ocniti9ns to1 purchaseaten ree-bie leisureuddfecst- at~s y Yod Uu.Comn-Flown w ereet hm
Uo*tns a leu t again today, but he thinks ]at of the House have been against trol of the civil administration
oetlee wa stl great need yaor fter their tank losses of "he secret discussion." For that he was composed of persons chosen by the Maple-San Juan To Play
My In the use of coal and in- previous two days the enemy can cheered., a nt t elected members of the Central IntermedMte Semi.final
Production, because in g Inno mood for renewing the n tirade against the Germans Assembly.Tis would mean a dec e wd i ote Si f n
n to the present require- counter-attack. He said that in the House of Lords. Lord laration of the independence of Maple XI wtll oppose San Juan,
%h J nmighthaOlvLe tnoe R omel was trying to pull some Vansittart said: "This latest en Hie India qualified during 'the war. in the semi-final of the Bonanza
'to the is td peoples of hise five divisions out of the of destruction is in many respects The Viceroy and Commander-in- Intermediate competitor tomorrow
S hline, but sas oon as he gets a di- na replica of the modern German Chief, said Mr. Gandhi would and tie fixture will be concluded
Sincreased quantity of coal visions out Ien on*tr sector there ol." have complete control so far as on Sunday.
for more machinery and new Aill ies strike in ano ther,forcing military operations were concerned. MEETINGS TONIGHT
try was not being delivered him to put them back there.] More Robot Bombs DM les aSorts Cu wll o
enugh.n He poin ted nof Dan ls tIe vestr eion N a nvh Cuibl c a w, ll a b old
eno lu bor. He position a E.Over w Southern Englan n N v a meeting at the home of Mr. 0.
pobest-r clt beoauseionl yN:LyInvasion N Ashby tonight, starting at 8 o'clock.
be difficu becas e on-ered tYore yt n t eLONDON, July 13 Reut-) gThe meeting of the New Oxford
bw10atver year while eM Aor flying bombs oan toversouth- nou Sports Club will be held tonight at
Idst er ya wl er o nland n todayFand there w Mc the Ideal High School.
,Solder mnerswere reig an alert in the London area. Brit- There will be election of officers
D.an refelw a former Fo L ish fighter plots are reported to LONDON, Julaty c13 omm n ue 14- .
amnd who 14 Minsiter of have had more successes, Last official Admiralty communique is for 1
p m frod m c .tould nt said coal r night for the first time in more "The Board of the Admiralty TABLE TENNIS TONIGHT
I could not be r aintined A resettlement scheme, patternethan three weeks southern England regrets to announcethe following ThJ e powerful Chetnlk s squad
the industryrat of h output wats intended M or the accommodationg project, completely free from raids, losses in Allied operation for the will be sen in action again, when
rest mrateta o0persent betrff oma patn The German communique again liberation of Europe. The next of they clash with the Chinese Sports
Iha that In th e last war atoh at Lopinot, the "rinidad Guard- today says the heavy fir' of the kin of casualties will be informed. Cluo in a table tennis series today
the time lost through strikes in tan" was informed yesterday. V-1 on London continues. The V-1 The destroyers H.M.S. Boadicea, at th; Indian Recreation Club
thwer averaged ony one quarter Site of the proposed scheme is is of course the name the Germans Lieut.-Commander F. W. Hawkins; on Pembroke Street at I p.m., in
fan hour a week. on the 500-acres--I Reconnals- have given to the flying bomb H.MS. Swift, Lieut-Commander P. aid of the Chinese Soldiers' Com-
,a,-nce Estate, recently acquired by weapon. R. Gower; H.M.S. Svenner (Nor- fort Fund.
Government at a cost of $30,000, Flying bombs today caused dam- way). Frigates: H.M.S. Mourne,
andi n T r already surveyors of the Land aLge ina casualties. Britain's com-Lieut.-Commacder R. F. Holland; SHAMIROCK-MI. L BASE TODAY
S m on Tours and Surveys Department are en- bine air and ground defences, in- H.M.S. Blackwood, ieut.-Comman- Following will represent Sham-
gar elsYfd Bcurveyage i energent o ten ladingre der L. T. Sly; H.M.S., Ltworde rock P.C. In a practice game
gaged in laying out parcel of d gunners o an R.A.a re- Lieut.-Commander N. C. Morris. against M. L. Base, at M. L. Biase
a ards lands which will about 501giment sot own more of the The trawler H.M.S. 4Lord Austin, ground, Docklte this sftenoon.
LOIO, July 12 (AP) Mr. twholdingsd VICalnIO gatbouterobots. Lieut. 11. S T. Robinson; the auxi. J. Scott; 0. Jardine, J. Rignault;
coyItstulye1United r.two andW 19our acres. A statement by the Air Ministry liary ship H.M.S. Minister, Acting 0. Monte& De Occa, L. Murray, F.
5@Millsoday the Unied mtar- The scheme Zr development. and the Ministry of Home Security Lieut,-COmmeader W. Jackei" 8otwJAdiiaE uraI
yWard ty tourhedn a provides f4t creation ground, tonight says that while in mos Th t The United tat s Navy Sa cot J. Adara, E. Murrty, I.
a doshe pastures, .scho church, social cases the flying bombs explode meant today identified three d roy. Sheult, 0. GOvil. M. Wells.
'e "w American centre, smming pools, and I some five to 15 seconds after the er lost in the land rations in N IN PUERTO R
had Just come back from police station, engine has stopped, some bombs France as the Corry, Meredith andl Puerto Rico '- the first place
Houses to be constructed thereon, behave differently. Instead of dlv- Glennon. The transport Susandan-.ouerofRco nthenf it e
whereas battered land- will depend on the number of per- Ing straight to earth they continue uony, the former Grace liner outside of continental
draft that had beer used by sons comprising each family, for some time in a shallow glide. Santa Clara; the minesweeper Tide, States, to be allowed a supply of
troops in three cam- Development will be on the Cases have occurred of bombs the destroyer escort Rich, and the penicillin fnr civilian usie, a broad-
0a4 Into the harbotir and lower and less undulating portion turning before diving; in some In- feet tue Partridge were also an- steraYZ revealed
t on board He told the of the r tatestances they dive to the ground nouned as lost.yesterday.
g tt afr i hadclaresti Cerm- with the engines runni ng.
ei nlo a o. a o r ouettirN aSs CA e ee Pshelter was CONShUL RE of h TURNs
Petinson has sent a message aBoardQ e opened In' London today and a Mr. D. McBride has resumed
StCsl hssetismssg third is nearly ready. Prference (*a e of the affairs of the Royal
tRae priinra thedr-th e edIe bepWted inbe given to people who have weish o nulate so from July








Air ComadrJ in th tbefl Replie W antn e d ee ome out^ o 'f c thiWaes nhs rdetun-^ "~ s toQ SfS thej 1o---
mcongratulating him onhos on7hi return o- th
tl ofe his commerand. Not onry Mr. Harold Robinson, President, it' F
E Strategic Air aForce curtail- appealed yesterday to members of \ F ce NOTICE
ft power of the Germans i the Agricultural Society of T in-








aSl6557 forceston Tnthe wSt. Pocities Cot, tse duin g w ithu futEr- Tito's I^ Forces NOTICE~- '/\ S
R Rumani ndAusraia, Idad and Tobago, and especially S sh iZA LLA LOCAL ROAD
S but it has effected a union members of the district agricultural BSAmas nes BO
the Allied forces to the w tioes t je, to send In without further
P the great armies of Rusa delay their replies to a question- NDON, July 13 (AP).-Mar- In accordance 'ith Sections 0
esgro fum the east. sialire sent out sometime ago seek- shal Tito's Partisans smashed two (1) and 55 of the Roads Ordinance








*~rom the^^ east desirabilityWMQyi
ing opinion as to the desirability German raillines, 32 miles apart, Cap. 16 No. I It Is hereby notified
or otherwise of the formation by leading from north Yugoslavia to that:-
ish Militar) Government of a statutory cocoa Liudljana to the Celjeto-Sostanan THCE ANNUAL ELECTION
crop boars. line. Tito said there was further of the above Board, will be held
r Increased ctropsbo the urgency of the cripplihg of Nazi communications, between the hours of 9 a.m. and
tOdDON, July 13 (Reuter)--A matter, he pointed out that replies 12 noon and between 2 P.M. and
now In Britain on a com- had been received so far from only1.oon
ci mission for hisGovern four of the district societies, and THURDAY 2th JULY,
5Ut Said today that when the that there had already been a great .9'"thR out JuLY, 1944
tr broke out 600,000 tons of deal of delay in replying to the Gratde-for the purpose of filling
Imd/sh ships In Allied waters Government's letter on the subject. the seat of two members going
Chartered to the Allies &dU'out of office and, also on the same
f thi only 200,0W0 tons remained, V-r
t__hb nly200000tos rmaied., date, in accordance with Sec. 89
711e Swedish army, navy and o h od riac a,1
It force were three times more 23 Houses Up At No.th.
Iweful than they were at theo. i BY-ELECTION bh e
tbreak of the war. Ninety per rvantF ortweareof theshoursfi9lamand 1
lmt of Sweden's motor-cars were oftiBorwlbehdb-
Of Sedens mtor-are eretween the hours of 9 a.m. and 12
1n on producer Twenty-three of the 40 new noon and between 2 p.m. and 6
He also said t=t there have houses authorized in this year's pDn. at the Court House, Sangre
enno strikes in Sweden since estiat for Morvant, have already Grandec-for the purpo.se of filling
13, o wage8 rose automatically been completed and will be ready the seat of a member resigned.
thtecost of living, for occupation in the next few days, Candidates for Election must
: s the "Trinidad Guardian" learned give notice, in writing to th~e
NEW ROOSErVELT DIES yesterday. Chairman, at least seven (7p clear" '
Y l ttORK, Jully 12 CAP).-- The remaining 17 houses whichpre|'i" nratm NomnYhoo lrtratpeedretonrbcopteelrutny days before the day of E'lection.F .BtgLY
Nievet Ju'nrt., 4 son of the late the etnd of September. Warden Eastern Counties,
~lei fteUnited Saehad Retunin Offcer
ofs etatack in tent In FIRE COM-ITTEE-MAN 6.7.44. I0 'IP O
5lny on Wedneesdy. His Excellency t;se Acting Gay-
P~lsd n te lstwar, He was Leonard Fountain to be at member
Flewounded in this war, He took Ofthe F'ire Vigilaince Committee,u .
in imiiaSt.Patrick County, during His Ex-
Normandy. years from July 0. "'trs

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-rL1siV *g e fo irn Wrao o a' weather brings oa mnralsic pains defafricoeu
Mlk, Sugar, Prearve-, Honey IN ea6.S4dosnuSw, md,,, Fayo.', saSlon's. ta.dy. Is''s s"d=
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A Neeea*g is&the so55S ftmw -f 5 ds r eStores o dodroloa. Sloan's is able Imprho
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Talk Of Trinidad
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Hi" a rt0A toke-Robets arived hae by air t Wednesday atear
S5 lS n ptonLdMoSald Washinton which lasted aboUt x
1It* 0 0 0
a JUE ALBCANDaS the daughter of Mr. and kaMr. hre
Alexander of Orenada. becam the bride of Lieut. John "Ode
of HU e. Dn"ow. at St. Ann'a Preabyterian C rch on eWd-
aftnmeoo. Th bride. who wua given away ebr lather.
very pretty in a "mp1e. Shor white frocak e wore 6
An cap trimmed with gardenias. mise Joy Shulta. hea only attIend-
ut, was most attractive In a multi-coloured dress
Sub-ULeut. oGeorge Fletcher performed the duties of b a
MT reaception. to which about so persons were invited. we held t
ULtMSrahall Campbell's home In Maraval. The cake, which wae
uch admired. was made at the Royal Naval Camp.
Amon those Invited were commander and Mrs. Donald Lind-
ma, Major and Mrs. Freddie Oreenwood. Capt. and Mrs. Victor Bed-
L -eut.-ommnander Davsh. Miss Claire Anduae, Capt.Humphrey
wring,.Ast.-Supt. Kirby-Turner, Miss Marjor Homberanley. Lieut.-
omanider Muir. iet. Marshall Carapbell. Lieut and Mrs. aughiual.
Bishop. Lieut. Barham. Lieut. Foster. Miss Hilda. Mas m in and
Ml Znu nSmith, Lieut. Turner, and Lieut. Spicer.
A OAn. the Trinidad Country Club was a bright Wpot on Wednes-
Sday evening At first, it was a bit quieter than usual, but after
*t-e rty given by Mr. Walter Montgomery at the Queen' Park
Hotel great many of the guests turned up and the ballroom was
packed.
Among thou I notWced were Lieut. Piakeston and Miss Ryan;
MO Dina Parry, Commander and Mrs Donald Linday, Mrs. Robert
Ap o" Licut, F. C. Wood. Miss Jean Canning, Min Claire de Ver-
teaUll. Mrs. J. L. Garschagen Liecut -Commander and Mrs. Mills, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Grant, Miss Marion and Missl Marie Ange Farfan.
Miss Allx Quesnel. Licut .-Comnmander pell-5mlth and Mrs Fell-Smith,
Mr "Is and Mr "Fuchie NotihnagoT: LieUt Bob Leavitt .Miss Pauline
bOolding. Miss Elaine Gomez, Sub-Lieut Archer. Mrs. Edna Olegg,
Mise Toni Roberts, i-iMt. Pmi Recnoldcl Mr and Mrs Anthony Leais,
Mr. Jack Leypoidt, Miss Pat Panun, Mr. Frank Ostrander, Mr. Bill
Wad*
I"TtUMMTNO BIRD" extends her heart sympathy to Dr. Juan
Canp -Camps.in and tiHe o iher members of the family on the
death of Mrs. Camps-Campnis on Tuesday. The funeral serviw took
plbde at St Ann's Chrch on Weneiday afternoon and the large cor-
trege, which included the Rir.s and bos of the Belmont Orphanage,
prowd the greaL eleem in shtichh ,he as held.
M'RS. KI'rTTY JOHNSTON, who ha b'-"n laid up at ler home for
l several da&t. tecrivrx, n cabe; from her sister on Tue.sday telling
that her fa'hr "nrd Iother had been killed the same nior-ing by
Coe f Hltler' "fvi;, b.-,mbs whirh struck their home in Iimdon.
S'Hurn'.inag B':d ,ffers her sympathy to Mrs. Johnston.
LT EAVI'NO t.r i- ''ek for a,'ac-ts is Mrs Machado Velasque'z l, inid
I- jer h)-e b '- 'i '.9 pn:Ti on a R shnrt visit of ;wo wi ek' P., sihe
wants to 1e t-.ere for *he birthday of her eldest daughter, Miss Yo-
landa. Mathadlo. v-h wiil he 1 rsars on 1'1vy 28
When Mrs Machado ," :,'lt her drl,2hter ind two other children,
w*o arr ac elho. A In Cararcs, a'e coming with liher to spend their
8SunImmr varrso.r.
T itr''DTR STANr) Ct t'!i r,!;;,d:' (of it-f .he South awe anxiols to
i know what !l niire i bring ,lhvwn at. the children's matinee 'o he
bei at the Flpi:e T'iheatPr. S;,n F-rnando, tomorrow mornlihg at
I S.I anrd ha'.'n ', ) '. It'm f e 'he exr'lin fun In store for them.
Ihe prn(rd, of. f it:e s!. "which Is beinR organised by Mrs.
S .L C C. Hoi.,iin are in aid of the Red Cross Special Invasion
Appea! and I a-' '.ir' If for t rolung el'se thmn to help, tlipe
Swill ,w1! t'li i llp .
' The- i'lrrm l, I ., '-r ,,t ir Io fIatvs."' ar-hefad1 d idv's Ata,.
S'A Joi'v 0nord FlH Spe apl kiie of i lhe Weatlher.' Sioux,. "h, slii n
4 IolldaW," 'Phy.il s,' tin C'cil's." snd "peatherrd ppsi ,t
& :, 1.T'ESPITE (to !Ttr'-a;!.i. cn],' I the Wieipnesda.i eetling (.,'1kaiii dance
Sat Persevrracit C'hi: i%'Is well Prl't"iledr TheseP f'nti'iii'ns aie
becoming in r'. ,.inslv pi)'viljr Al"ec Ilhe dance Allow 20 1i 1tihe
lnembers hl rt l a '- Wri in theI pi ',l, h.i'hih they rnltOved tlht)''> lilc
SAmong chi.re pre,',,lt Wer Mr. ac:' Mrs. W J. ConnellIv. MisS
N MMary Robn. n, M R Palhnr, Mr. ald Mrs P. A. D'Aguiar anid Mr.
Z E .D Aguiar, of ri'ltsh (;i ia, vhol i ar lh rC onl a visitI lilIt.
'Orthui,'in, Mr Nl',.,:nondci vft', l.'.11 Kmn Snmith. Capit Staniley
'ie SOUiZB, M;,s lilliatn intltot, Mil. R. F .rber: Mr R .J McCoan.
'fr. E W Walcott. Miss l,,'li lFisier and Miss C. Grealtead, also
,of Brlsii Otuial n
"'THE BEAM," Waller Fieids g(reat-llttle monthly magazine, comes
i out again on Satturday This time It contains many Interesting
photograph. Including, among others, those taken at the Air Corps
U'll which was held a' !he Waller Field Theatre on Monday, July 3.
Ad many of the ladies who were present on that, gala occasion will
I .' be Intrrestid to know that their pictines appear In "The Beam"
Cpl Sam Levilne i the hard-workiin editor of this publication.
MRS OWFIN JONENS. sit of th s hoping manager for U.B T,
who hard .Wn a, pl:lctt tthile tS O.T. hospital at Point Fortin.
S is now hark at, her hone in St. Calir and S. I am glad to say. nmuch
improved.


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Princes Elizabeth undertook her first 9ao engagement recently
when she visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, where
she was elected president in place of the retiring Lord Iliffe. She Is
shown before the knicrophone making her first speech In which she
addressed the assembly of Governor Court at the hospital oi- tak-
ing over the presidency.
i g of Gene Randow, Bob Gaines
.iR- c4- ..a ShofwI iand Pete Blescia himself.
.Ft JLe. U. R ead lSho Finally something that will ap-
I peal to the men most of all is the
Y- T ( lovely chor'-s of Chinese girls never
For rji U. S. before seen together in a show on
e .' the island. Their beautiful perform-
'St'rike Up The Band." the new ance of a dance adapted from the
i Fort Read Base Special Service Chinese is Indeed something to re-I
nImusical show which was declared Imember.
a four-star hit at its opening per-i Others taking part are Thoral
formance on July. 4 at Fort Read Lsi T'lias and GAien Kellman.
Sow announced bv tle U.SO. of --- -
Wrightson Road to give a perform- .
arice thwve on TTresda., July 18, atI ,//#l V^ v a S,,/^yW
bo) p0o m I JU I Tod D ry
I'nder the direction of Pete Bles-1 Musical Progrnmnire, Grant Hall,
i:i. and with the extremely able, San Fernando, 8.30 p.m.
performance of W 0 Ma or Cousin.s
and Read's Army baind, thie new I tomorrow
Fort Rend show s'ri!i:"s a ntote I l)anlce at Portuguese Association,
brightiless y, ,d showmanrihip and, 8.3 Pm. j
piofessional skill. Inforimal Cocktail Dance at Na-
Gwiwre Lerch, jtigile' ex'riordi-i parinia Recreation Club, from.
li a ., and Chuck Kooitz, nias'eri 7 p)I I
magr lai, will be on iihand to acd( Dan,'e al Ti'nidad Country Club.i
1a ntote of qusp'ilp.e andl ins terv 'tl D:n" aIt Prnfe'. ance Club.
lhi sh> Onle "ift tipe biet feati1re-' TI:i pIt 'v. P.isture House, San;
of this shot Lt tihe nas, terlrl, n- Fcr'_isiandi. :; p n. __
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S. TODAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m.- R mLTO JV
TONIGIrHT 8.30 p.m -Indian Night- Monster Double STODAY 4.45, 3.38 pm
My Eye Mummy. Tomb nal Part of 8crie
My EyesMummy'sTomb IB Dill Elliott, SlIm Summerville
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Tomorrow -- The Stpider Woman & TOBAGO ='J -- '
Calling Dr. Death IA//
_ _ SPECIAL S% i\.
POINT FORTIN eyside. ESe and Spy
lskle-an-deca--100 Acres. Com- E--i
TONIOHT at 8.30:- 'plete. IFuI particulars at=- and -
Special Indian Attraction uooy Bay Estate. Appr. 455 Bruce Smith Arline Judge
2 Acres-Bargain. = "Sot
Tomorrow -- R.K.O. presents the ,I Louis d'Or Esiate. Appr. 600== -- outh Minnesota
la l = Acres--..ubject to being uan-=
story of the 'plane thrit Ae bJc to bein un-i
-- soild.
busted the Blitz Blenheim Estate, 11 Acre
5 4% miles from Scarborough. lenhei Estae 1 rE
Spitfire =Large Etate near Plymouth ?3 AMA-
r .. t=-N.B.-LOUis Oilman Thomas is- AIMA
starring Leslie Howard =also willing to undertake the= BODAY 4.3 & 8.30
t-?ale of your estate also. An RK.O. Special
NTSa le.-No Commission.
SHIPPING 0i
SHI. PPJLJLI I- .Li VI 1 TRINIDAD SPECIALS My .N 0
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-Freehold. Possession
8AMJSON LINE -.. ,.0= **
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... lw. M.yat Wartrasooe. il -12 Bedrooms-Bargaln
aste mpn cargo 106e Paris Boulevard Half
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FOR MERCHANT SEAMEI nEm' P t y an Sm. N EWT S
OF ALL THE UNITED 1 AMc r Fat ILMn. Stream
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NATION8 g ^Farm et Vally, Diego
ST. ANN'S ROAD Martin ............. S5.1.11 -. SEVEN S
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GoverNwent C

To Speed Cityi

Aw of the grave hardship
si hodl accommodation Is caus
grenrment was officially stated
Vfl. vpoesals for hastening a
VSIVOn-taitk city-
-sp3node in a reply,
JIbroqi the Imformation
Ctatoa a ton on the subject
GN[on'oe Gerald Wight,
SWlt had asked:.
O uvemment aware of the
at the serious shortage of
=lhn accommodation is proving
&a ve hardship to large numbers
fMole. and in Goverment satis-
i with he progress being
e by the Planning and Housing
*W Government consider stop-
Sthe practice of placing the
01Chairman of *he Planning and
Commission In charge of
ieern schemes to be per-
locally In order that he
y devote his entire time to the
a of future works, and
Small, to the construction of
otly needed houses In this Co-

WfACTORr PROGRESS
7%1- reply stated:- "Government
. aware of the hardship which
Ib serious shortage of housing ac-
Imodation Is causing to large
s of people. Having regard
bwer. to the existing shortage
t aplies of essential building
at s and qualified surveying
sta and to the difficulties with
d to transport and sup-
s of labour. Government considers
t satisfactory progress is being
Made by the planning and Housing
ammmIssIon In dealing with hous-
M schemes.
, "Oorernment has under consider.
proposals for hastening action
oonection with slum clearance
in Prt-of-Spain.
r"When thec .hnlrma*n f thel


considers Plans AS.T.T. Members
SlumClearance Congratulat Secretary
Congratulations of members
of the Agricultural Society of
which the current serious shortage Trinidad and Tobago went out
log to large numbers of persons, yesterday to Mr. John de
yesterday to have under conald- Nobriga. retired warden of fit.
ctto In connection with sium Oeorge and now secretary of
T ribute+--Paid--_ the society, on the recent award
by His Majesty the King of the
TriDute Paid Imperil Service Order mnedal,
for his services to the 'olony.
Late Members ...
--_ Altered Tyre
High tributes Were paid to the A ltere Tyre
memory of the late Mr. E. A. I. U
Robinson and the Rev. Harvey 1
Morton, who died recently, by the
Agricultural Society of Trinidad i n
and Tobago yesterday afternoon as 0 i
members stood for a minute as a
mark of respect and unanimously
passed a vote of condolence with Possession of four tyres which
the relatives of the dead men who did not bear the original serial
were described as a brilliant lawyer number cost OCilbaran Singh. a
and agriculturist and a distin-
guished educationist, respectively. Curepe man, $50, or two months. In
Reference to their death was addition to forfeiture of the tyres.
made by Mr. Joseph de Verteull, when he was convicted by Mr. W.
the vice-president, who e::preesed when convicted by Mr W
the society's heartfelt sympathy J. Andre In the First Police Court
ko their president. Mr. Harold yesterday.
Robinson. and to his brothers and Pleading guilty to the accusa-
sisters on the regrettable death of tion, Mr. Louis Wharton, who ap-
their father, Mr. E. A. Robinson. peared for Singh, told the magis-
He salso expressed sincere sym- trate that his client had bought
pathv to Mrs. Morton and her the tyres from im American who
children on the great loss sufered had put serial numbers on tlem.
through the death of the Rev.
Harvey Morton. Convicted on accusations of un-
lawful possession of a motor-car
CANE SUBSIDY INCREASE tyre and having in his possession a
Cane-planting for subsidy this tyre, the serial number of which
year is likely to exceed the acreage was obliterated, Phillip Laptlste.
planted last year, but sti'l fa" far ., s yesterday ordered by Mr. A. J.
abshort of normal planting, the Hamilton In the Second Police
"Trinidad Guardian" is informed Court to pay a fine of $50. or two
bv Mr. R. 0. Williams. the Acting months. The tyre was also for-
Director of Agriculture. feited.


J fltan and Housing Commilon EdI Jti n h D i
the should be Technicalducation Chief Discusses
tent;for the purpose of ad-CTS
Government on any matters S
W andh therGovernment hnging Trend In Schools
with. the development
-K ne and other Government
in respect of which con-
nengineers had not been ap- New emphasis being placed on the practical side of work in schools
dWith the present shortage r',a.s approvingly remarked on by Mr. Robert Patrick, Director of Edu-
hnIcal Staff Government is
at the present time to make cation, at the Tranquillity Boys' Ir.termeditae School prize-giving last
arrangements." Wednesday a-tcrnoon -
Congrantulating Trannull'lty ci the same lines. You will find that
hago T lepnhnone ai.ng sven out of 28 Government in many of our schools at the pre-
0 T ele a phone exhibitions last ear, Mr. Patrick, sent time headteachers are revsng
Near End to'd tke large gathering c: parents schemes for work. ,"ome of you may
and friends that it wh s very comi have seen the first reaction to that
StepUp Nears End an find ha t a vr cm
mendable Indeed that, In A comae- in a letter which appeared in the
VrVIliA Guardian Correspondent. tition which was open to all the press a few days ago, when one
OARBDOROUGH, July 13,-Im- primary and Intermediate schools of correspondent complained that 1t
enOnts and extensions to the this Colony, one school should gain a certain school in the South, the
bo Telephone Service are last the first place and six other places teacher was trying to get his boys
nearing completion, out of 28 scholarships, to cultivate a whole.acreofround
Wth the work In the Leward The reason for that excellence, and not content with that, he was
distrt completed, Mr. E. R. Wort- he said. was in the quality of the even trying to get them to build
man, engineer in charge, is now teachers. On account of the se- the class-room.
concentrating on laying lines from riousness with which the staff of "That was the first good news I
I have had in any preas cce'respond.
Roxborough to Charlotteville. that school had tackled Its work, ence so far. I think if you look at
llne cofpletlon of this additional they had got those excellent re- IL. agriculture has been a compul-
lines will be laid in Scarborougul. suit". sory subject on th.e curr',ulum of
leReporting that. witha roll of our school's now for many years.
Isuitt^ Cholar To Be more than-.'kaveraoe4 and you, will realise one acre of
tendance of 44 4 t o 001 g round Is very 1 i space for ex-
Gum of Honour mained congested, M&C. 0. t perimentling in all the ideas you
Guest, of Ho nou Worme, the humamster lWi gSrate can learn in agriculture.
Ha milton, 1944 Island ful that decision wou be taken b? Just at the line that letter ap-
winner i n matheuat- government which would enable perre in the press. I received a
h son to proceed teac-herss to work ith greater ease letter from a friend, a retired head-
bwe tiesity to study med- and comfort, teacher in Ceylon In which it is
l be the guestof hon Uour The building, he said, housed 12 stated that the Education Depart-
e tion to be held at the elasss and there as no room for ment had launched a very bit food
Government School at 4 the cerlcal side of the work or d rive, and about 10.000 acres had
on Sunday afternoon. for interviewing parents. n3s.hl s ben brought under cultlvatvon and
function has been organs.d an average of 80 boys lunched on nr*"x-n in mad, to produce 2,000
amiton Sholarchip Corn- the premises every day with much tons of red onions and 500 tons of
.of which Mr. H. W. Msc inconvenience to themselves easchaot.


Assitan Insper*"* ctore of Ias ead urclmadsaf ot.
is president, anspectr. f. Well as the teachers. "Note the difference In outlook.
sec retary, aI do not know," Mr. Worme There has been a great food drive
went on, "what will be the fate In the country and the schools and
u nof your Intermediate schools when the general public have tackled the
For Children of the Dircetor's scheme "-kes shape, situation in an able manner and
r Tbut speaking for myself they may have got a great deal of satisfac-
S Tomo rrow reasonably need some ovwrnauling tion and pleasure from their ef-
Mass for the Children of as regards curriculum and staffing," forts."
(Past and present pupils of Mr. Worme went on to indicate Thanks of the school to the au-
U ePh's Convent). will be said that Tranquiflity, In preparing boys dience, the Dir- tor of Education,
S t. Mary's College at 0 o'clock for life ahead of them, was an- and to Mrs. Patrick, v.ho distribu-
plT w morning. xous not only to give them ai ted the prizes, were accorded by
Sodalltv rreeting will be held suitable type cf knowledge, but Mr. I. Moreland Hopkins prlnci-
al at the convent at 9 am. to teach tnem how to apply that pal of the Government Training
_unday, krowledar College for Teachers.
WELF-ARE COUnSE The function c.ened w;th a co -
Ccert programme sy the pupils
C. H. Von Delble, of the Local which the Director of' Education
Controller's Department, and called excellent entertainment.
K. Lessey, a city school- calling attention to modern
left on Wednesday by trends In education Mr. Patrick
rican 'plane for Jamaica referred to growing emphasis on the
take the three-month wel- practical side of school work.
course for which they have "In Trinidad," he went on, "we
selected by Trinidad Welfare, have made !all beginning on l Gives the
= .-- -oquick relief
W 0%r \ o you want, plus

Tonca Beans 'kz


Highest Prices Paid I


Im. H. Kennedy & Co., Ltd.

28. MARINE SQUARE
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PRESENTS

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WATCHES

FOR MEN


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PORT.OF-SPAIN SAN FERNANDO


S1 Always measure your
/- Lux. You'll find'that
S: for I quart of water
",d you'll need only 1
b j level tablespoonful
[._\ J of Lux-or a little
more if the water is
very hard.
Measure the water In
a jug and don't u0 e
too much.-\
From tests made m re -
sently, you will
find that you 'i
aeu do aUll your Yt /#
own undies and t. $
fine tling fora J
week and one child's
thing. a well in 2 quarto of
water and 2 level tableepoonfule
al Lu.
To avoid waste,. plan your wash.
a- Do all the undies and
woollies together, once a
week-instead of having
l *T overall part small
washes.
3 It's bet to aqueas the
untdieM through the Lux
sI uds frst. Neat do the
woolfir and. last of all the
toMeklgs. This way. A get
S s t oma out of your Lu



LUX
1-e


Father And Son In Food Row

Jailed For Cutlass Slashing

TrnUMad Guardilaa CeresBene(t
SAN FERNANDO. July 12-Row between father and son over
food at St. Prancique, Oropouche, one day last January which resulted
In the father losing his left arm and disability to the left arm of the
son, led to the passing of a nine-month jail sentence on each, by Mr.
Justice J. L. M. Pereg in the Assize Court here today.
Called upon separately to answer j--
accusations of wounding with in- a
tent to do grievous bodily l-rrmI
each plefadedT not guilty and gave Oec~ialnearing
evidence against the other, but they i l e ri
were both found -gulty' of unlaw- S
ful wounding.
TogeSher with their familes Sin-
anan Ramdhanl. the father, and
Btsr.iuth. the son, lived in the Ralph Pembertcn. for whom a
mam; houe when the incident oc- special sitting of the Aslse Court
cured. In the city was called yesterday
Addressing them as they were pleaded not guilty when put before
put together In the dock for sen- Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown on
tence, Mr. Justice Perez said: accusation of housebreaking and
"Both of you people are two stupid larceny.
men. Father and son having a He was remanded to the current
fight over some food, and in that sessions at San Pernando.
little fight a cutlass is picked up. Pemberton was accused of break-
As a result you. old man. lost your Ing and entering the dwelling-
left .arm. and you Bisnauth received hcuse of Ferrard Gonzales at San
a wound on tie left elbow which, Fernando last December and steal-
according to the doctor will affect hna winged bureau valued at $45.
the use of the arm for the balance When aked by the clerk of the
of your life. That is bad enough. Court whether he was guilty or
but what is worse both of you not, he replied. "The other man
who did it is not here."
came h-re and pleaded not guilty. Twho a similar queryh from the
If You ld come here and said it d he remarked that he did not
was a row between father and son, hea realone.
and the son was sorry for wound- Asked finally whether he under-
ine his father and the father was stood the charge he tcld the judge,
sorry for attacking his son. I that he did not,
would have placed you on it bond,
but now I can do no such thing." -
EVIDENCE LED Club to Induct
Evidence for the prosecution was Newly Elected Officers
that on the day In question Ram-
dhani came home asked for food Induction of five members of the
and when no one answered his re- Mlnervi Club into their posts as
quest a row started. Ramdhani is officers of the club, will be per-
alleged to hove taken up a cutlass formed by Mr. S. Capildeo tonight
and rushed to his son who was at the Minerva Clubroom 55 Tra-
then dining with his wife. Running gart tete Mnrva d. lubroom Tr-
away, Bisnauth fell, and as he got Nee Rode.ecd ofr ae
up Ramdti' ni made a blow at his Newly elected officers are: Mr
son's head which he parried withKenneth Ruar vc president; Mr.
the left hand. Ivan Sarkar, vice-president: Mr.
hl on to his father, Pat. Ohookolingo, secretary; Miss
Holdi on to his fAtser. SecrtaryM ss
Bisnauth took away the cutlass and Nisar AiAsst. Secretary; Miss E
gave him a blow on the left arm. Chookolingo, troisurer.


Ramdhiini's arm had to be am-
putated, explained Dr. J. R. Mc-
Dougall, thle District Medical
Cfficer.
Mr. A. C. Rienzl. Second Crown
Counsel prosecuted.

Woman Admits
Misleading Police
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
SAN FERNANDO, July 12.-
Rose Samcondharle, of Oropouche
pleaded guilty to an accusation of
effecting a public mischief before
Mr. Justice J. L. M. Perez in the
Assize Court bere today and was
remanded to Wednesday next week
In custody for medical observation.
allegationss were that Samoond-
harle made a false statement to
the Oropouche Police to the effect
that a man had attacked her and
caused them to go investigating it.
Samoondharie told the Czurt
that she was not right in her head.
Against this, Corporal Walker,
N.C.O. of the district, told the
Jt.dge she was a quiet woman with
nothing known against her anrl
nobody had ever reported to him
she was not quite well.


The West Indies
For West Indians

The W.I.N. Party
FOR THE WISE
0
Join: Don't be
otherwise.


If you have
trobl Uk. this, 'W4
it may mM YO N
are not getting
eoughb vimtaimw I
ofthe B-cmWpkx. -
These titam '
arreasntuiaig ^
Msaitaina a halthy
digestiom. T4Tre aromd h
Fleiscbhmann's fresh YeasMt.
Tabe as directed below.
One of the richest natural
sources of the itpnmin B Corn.
plex. Take twice
doily. balf bo w.
before.mani- mesh -
Plain, or mashed a~
in fruit juic, e'.Ii
milk or watt. t8 .


DOES

INDIGESTION

WALLOP YOU

BELOW THE BELT?
Hdelp Yew Ferelu "21" Fe Tkhe Kid Of
Relid That Helpsa Mke Yes Rms' To Go
More than halt of your digestion i done below
the bhl -in your 28 feet of bowels. So when
indigestion strikes, try something that helps
digestion in the stomach AND below the helt.
What you may need i Carter's Little Liver
Pills to give needed help to thatI gottentn
28 feet' of bowels.
Take one Carter's Little Liver Pill before and
after meals. Take them according to direction.
They help wake up a larger flow of the 3 main
digestive juices in your stomach AND howels--
elp you diet what you have eaten in Natue's
Own way
Then mest folks get the kind ot relief that
mak you feel better from your Iead to your
toe. Just be sure you get the genuine Carte'
"i- Liver Pl ls vour ehemnsM 5'"-an'

CITY OF PORT-OF-
SPAIN


Burgess List 1944
Notice is hereby 'ven that copies
o- Burgess List of the City of Port-
of-r %in for the year 194-, have
been fixed on t' main entrancee
of th3 Town Hall, Knox Street, for
inspection by the Public until t
15th July. 1944.
All clali s to be entered in the
List by persons whose nnrr-- a a
been omitted as well as all "-
tion. to the names of persons ap-


hearing in the List, mus. be -" d
to the Town Clerk In the Statutory
Form not later than th" 15th day
of July, 1944. The required forms
may be L.ad on -pplication at the
Town C'*rk'a Offic.
Copies of the Burgess List have
also been fixed for Inspectior by
the public .t the following places.
Woodbrook Estate Office
Eastern Market.
Public Library.
H. W. FARRELL,
Town Clerk.
lit July. 1944.


PROPERTIES


FOR SALE

Possession Immediately
No. 3. SCOTT BUSHE
STREET,
$20,000


No. 15 '(a) MUCURAPO
ROAD
$14,000

No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST.


No. 10 PETRA ST.
Woodbrook


No. 5. BATH STREET,
Eoast end of Park Street

$5,000

YVONE Irni
After u. riM U.

A. M. Querino


LAID OUT BY
INDIGESTION
SPEEDY RELIEF FROM RENNIES
Read this interesting letter from
an A.C. I in an R.A.P. camp:-
"I thought you would like to hear
of the advent of Digestit Rennies
to our billet. It started a few weeks
back on my return from leave, as
usual with a large box of Rennies.
Even with the best regulated diet
one is liable to get indigestion, and
It is better to be safe than sorry.
"One day a parcel arrived for on*e
of our boys. This evidently proved
too much for him, for on our re-
turn that evening he was stretched
out. on his bed looking like death.
All we could get out of him were
grcns and mumblings. I went over
to my kit for a couple of Rennies.
After a little persuasion I managed
to get him to take them.
"The effect was remarkable!
Within a few minutes the groins
ceased, and he relaxed on his bed.
much to the relief of the rest of
us. Another couple of Rennies later
In the evening and he was as
right as rain."-B.5,.H R.A.F.)
Rennies are recommended by
1.19a doctors. All Chemists sell
them.


PILES

can be cured
There are thousands of men and
women who suffer awful agony day
and night because of pile trouble.
who do not know that every chem-
ist stocks a special remedy that
does most surely and quickly ban-
ish the misery of this wretched
trouble.
Make a confidant of your chem-
slat. Aak him about Man Zan Pile
Remedy. He will tell you this Is
no ordinary ointment, but a sooth-
ing. healig strengthening, balm
that at once stops the intense irri-
tation and clears away Internal.
external, sore or bleeding hiles.
The unique tube in which Man
Zan is sold makes this prcpnratlon
so easv and clean to use. The big
size supply, with special applicator,
is usually sufficient to clear away
thp most difflicult case,
Remenmbher the name of this spe-
cial remedy for pile trouble-

ManZan

PILE REMEDY



s too


NEVER:
Habitual Dosing


WCAL UW~


FURNITURE FOR BROUR 6W MAW.
SALE VERNANfI
--. IuImp Ut 1944 ...
1 Crapeau Dining Room Suite, I -
Extension Round-Top Tale. 4 Redents of San RiauiMO M
Chair, i Cabinet Buffet. 1 Tea asked to co-operate in the*0I "
Trolly. I Crapeau Drawing a tem t ie 1
Suite, 1 Settee, 5 Morris Chairs, 1 aration of the M m Lin
Modernistic sq. Top Tible, 1 Cra- giving Informatiou s1 to 10W '
peau Bed Room Suit. I Bed with claims to be enrolled as 3u_ -h
Green PoInt Spring and Fibre or by asking for forins
Mattress, I Dressing Table with Lod1ers can 0 out t*eirPM P
Bevel-edge Round Mirror, 1 Bed cationdes.
Lich Table, I Linen Chest Robe, t1 -4
Cyp Wardrobe, 1 Three Burner LodUren' Claims must ft
Florence Empire S:ove. 1--1 Roll sented between the fAmtM
Chicken Mesh Wire, 3 Sheets Plain fifteenth day of July ne .z
Galv. Iron. Bargains-- All like 1,. M. 8 oT,
New. Town O!C.
Apply: lis 118a Abercromby Street, Town Hall.
'Phone ; 7353 or 5981. "n Fernando. "'


S l MANY'CHILDRIIr.
:' Ti GROW STRONG
when they take ScottS
Emulsion. the cod-
d, liver oil vitamin tonI`
,withthe "nlc6.
taste that help#,,
sound growth.

-'I4


\CIT[X

L\ MANICURE
IASY, QUICK,
SAFI, SURI
I^^ SAIQIK


CUTEX LIQUID POLISH
EASIEST TO USE
WEARS LONGEST
MOST FASHIONABLE SHADES
a MOST ECONOMICAL
WILL NOT CHIP OR PEEL


I


"VP5LCJ --
Tth 0intlng by Sfr
John Mlloft wasi ex'
hbtecn rthe lonoft
Raoya Acoade),' m 185,
o"( "i oft of, the earhest
end Wno1t famous e.-
*mples of adnertninn art


I


YES, you're missing your
old friend Pears Trans-
parent Soap. The reason
is that some of the special


ingredients that make it are wanted for
the \Var Effort. We are glad to give war
needs first claim, but how you'll welcome
your favourite soap when peace brings
unlimited supplies again.





>RIGINL
TRANSPARENT SOAP
-the name to look for after the wart
K-"T "4-1 SO &. U L WITID, 1,0 ONM *810A"


ALWAYS:
This Delicious
Natural Food


Crisp, crunchy ALLSRAN
rolleveos common contilption
Of course you dreat taking streg
purges. They often tstesm unplsant
-. give only tempo relief, df
cas even increase constipation.
Why not do as thousands do ..
get lasting relief from common
constipation by eating Kellogg's
An-Bra resularly? This delicious
nutritious cereal aid regulw elimi.
matin by providing the IVAlk"
your dietjnay need.
Cri0p. crunihy, favorful ... it's
delicious with milk and sugar, or
f*ut. Ask yo grocer for KelloW's
AlUB'& today.


ROYAL GELATIN m i

Nw a g TI g 4a4bMM

01"l Nes co s, S


DEALER'S NAMES AND AWORI
PaOn-Am.iecom l d ,oed n B.nct.. 7
P.O.a. Se23, pwrtS4pmi.


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A T TOtN6eh mt t t- 1 Jualy Pbimoie 7"tlll Juh I I, i stud Bl h ig L ts1L Dieno I-o esa, Ste. $i,000, nlrgaln. s oIs-O b e Ci nW ooeen Buildingll
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LIV teT CKn A.r Julo E and son p t.e. School " ...n... .edo Iliurlet Nel.V"-uR gEMoadaa t isy the 17th 2I.7, 1944. The o 6lnt_-
tprtuttful grtunla siel on Iculait. r e esm I to al l i lit fil .... ... R tau C,oatiialituDY atr n te at tuC olee.o + ^,r~ r~l m -atanO La.+0 nP ere undry Ct-vIc. 40 Polltt-n- Term s of Sale--n T h Pa m G r e
dry. 5 P So Ki' s ,i no ' '10 i fin l tlt- e Hi i oor 5 iS tr etannau nP e Ro o ad (comlet- Polnt -a-P Ler .l gst rem oan. Il
IC ie o 'ainr Io ba Jltl rnalane IbeniI. Fu licurnishd.$a C od trnmonth. ApnpFernanP le Iroadr
LESO S -Month ctleat la* itiseaileii- Ruladl Marial.. .L 3. FeLPernando. 164 M2 rnts. Aug premises within fourteen days
O ..nOd s!. t na t)1n or si lu .dy arO ndn-ightM --- Rental fied byu Re nt Board.d I o A-U I clubCTAC,. e t ,.ATI +R CA-
Ato pout homne, if I n Its City Let us:c is I''Ap lyu:Mrs -V-July 3 fope _P ____r_ __r- setmordbury BrosI-- ul 2ram date of puro C haserAtS e.
p n a i a t a h r p n l t l a n r e u i t .I U RN ,. L I. ) . O U S E g o o l o c a l. t y. I t. e F r d r i S ~ e t M m r a s - A N E T
rllniP0 I "alcss!,re -4, al U Ip eurt Jll . ... ........ P J ,ton.e 57 E1eden.ck Street. ,+JuTly h1. ONTE 4 MO
y. ea s-y interest,in A ,une..l..l -m lnc . ai 5 .S al 1".. . ., ) near S s:W E nnahI .... last dhHrt pet..... ..... to p-' ,sa'r--N 1,iting
t lTO its A- P nllIt -nrti st .udent" wierC ._I sd-n "ll party. Boa A-121. luarodian. FOUNOoetail condlt.on. Bast prIce. 'Phonet. Cul2 at the fail of the ham-
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__olU su peedy, o. ardly o~tv Ii RNS E O ata M r rla I ( DTeO PA RISSA IA D d"
-o S l ," Let th plant iing n.w joy I MISCInLLANEOUS FOR SALE 1 IJ 4 unItb4aD HOUSE. Aply t Ma rgrit a 1 wearingII eti iNo. O OUREDA ALSA(ne r llp'etl 'n. MOTORSa.Oad 's an
.. t kl, .1A11 ) to ps.,t,,TI g o11 1 ta, rt MIII 3 ms-a%,bi. A&pi,-,K ibltunn. W ,lnWorthiig iecche Na ,, oaiFOwnermrnio.1S BiMOTORS.FhORdSsAtLe
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ViA t cc wr-te- The Secretary. t. aHCOMhUM Pattlott S ITE. matran JulyIWill-" .... .t.f after -- ndltl on. S1.200. 'Pht oe 4y16 T rel lS Triun n ts. Lad s
R 1 m 4o Ol MA. A C;rn w A-.uy s sr na1' 'eauliC 1u k nu y 35, ........ .. 1 accommo Stton at back. Apply: riTN a ENTERTAINgl NTI nMDOR I S EDN,1 aood M nSe
late t .. CO+, , ,~u" + ",i,, 'o.....P:.l n "lRNER OF AII A .D MAitRIS eteant Ca Cyro JoGnes on C ERYo. t e T 1 0 S
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for 52' A-ply or s d s l ll ntede iiiln ylt t er.
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Mrs. Barker. Mrste
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items as Mahogany
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Mattress, C.vp Singl
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Twin Mirrored Cyp I
Mirrored Lady's DreMM&
ing Table and Chain I
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son, Morris Settee. OiM
Bind Tables. Wicker i
tom Chairs, 3 and
Stoves. Scales. Mln011
and pantry ,Ware,
Glassware, II.P.
Travelling Tlmr ka
Golf SUcks. RtSdio 1)
Gent's Bike. Gent's'
Boois, Clotjrg.
Chair, Go-(Ut, Ploy,
Iron Bed, nrinn MJ
Portable Phonograph U
Portable Tpewriter
Boards Imd men, ,f
Electric Clock Lit"
Books and kacolm-
Stove. Tout r,
Reading Lamp andI
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