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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00708

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CAN C., ,II2% 1YKAR PORT-OF-SA, TRWAD, B.W.I., SATURDAY, J-,ULY 15, 1944.CE: FOURENT CANNN CO., LTD.
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"ericansTFrench Take Pinsk Among 300 Places Captured
iren French Towns 6Pggibonsi
enFenhTw g onsBy Russian Troops In New Advances
Ii T~o Qa l rlvBritish-UJS. Troops
.L AessaJD rH v C Also Score Gains R t a n 1
Les.ayM. Dr'i Against Slowlv- tSttening Resistance
;By JAMs, G InItaly
$JPmRX HEADQUARTERS OP THE ALLIED EXPEDITION- By NOLAND NORGAARD iL w X 1i
(-OBOB., July 15, 2 a.m. (AP)-American First Army pushed ROME, July 14 ,AP)-French 9 v ___ .. w' C
64utqrday with gains up to three miles. look 10 French towns, toP celebrated E.>stllle Day to- t I
daySby capturies theeiOport&nt
4 down the coastal stronghold of Lesmay with artillery fire communctSon centre o gf Poi- v e F r er _v
21 illes southwest of so iC lsS v e o c s D i e O e A r m yI'I R eac h es
sluriad baMk the stubborn enemy in the centre with blow that only c .21 miles southwest ofb
pd the bit lateral road linking up the German front. combat e rough Its outairts.
t lt communique declar-.-------------- Possession of PogglbonsL situated Flying Blombs I
fataients had been driven 1_, on the main highway between T T \
tee enem's defene before e u Sitena and Florence, gives the Alliesn /
L .vt. Road. Some of Gen. de Gaulle |Thiani r mJor base from which to move Las'tp e i 2 0 Mi les
itons are less than two directly on Florence as well as ---.- H p Wi thin 20
rom the hghw The coo Local Frenc Committee own the Elsa River valley toward LONDON, July 14 (Reuter)--. eLOThe ea
ersthe highway. The corn- -ec 'onteElaRvr twr
,Ua located igaslu on both Empollion theArnoRiver. Germans launched :i3me cf their
fthe Taut. iver, below F American troop, also digging flying bombs agn southern Eng- P ru ss a
$rom two and one-quarter on holiday, Mr. J. H. Salvptori. fiercely into the strong outer de- land today. In the London area
miles from the highway, president of the FrenchN- fences of the enemy's Gothic there was an alert after another
front line despatches, prenum- tonal Committee In Trinidad. U Lne captured the village of San night, the fourth running, ree5* R LN- -
baed on later information, has addressed a letter to Mr. Lud, almost due east of the przled from bombs. reports from te y RUSELL LANDSTROM
a nthe van gard a within tw o Pierre Lelong. vice-president of Leghorn, and tonight were Channel today say that our pa tr;l- -.- LONDON, July 14 rAP--The Red Army, pushlr.g westward
aI Inthe fighting farther east. of the committee, in which he fighting forv,,rd over successively ling fighter Pilots have had morela L T"HUR
mined before St. Lo. the Amen- says: "P have had the honour a in L TH U A N Aa i l- less -thn 2 muM from Ei Prussia
Began sweeping around to the ard good fortune to shake hands lower ridges toward the Arno Val- successes, 8111ns a l"ne les than 20 miles from East prussia today r"portd
;, and Supreme Headquarters with General de Gaulle during ley In flanking drives on Leghorn Te flying boed b offensive was 0 Sk n.few advances against slowly-stiffening German opposition along
Wii thrust carried them to the the reception he gave by ape- and Pisa. today described by MrHerert/ e line from the Latvian border region on the north to t a
firt of Le Meanli Durand, cial invitation at the Waldorf In a bloody close-quarter bavo- Morrison, the Home*Secretary,a le rom he Latva borer ron on th noh to the hesrt
and a half miles -to the north- Astoria on July 10. The gen- net and grenade engagement the one of the last desperate NaSi lA,-- y-.^- of Old Poland on the south with the German redoubt of Pinsk, 100
eral has asked me to express Americans first cleaned out the throws. Ae declared that even the 4KAUNA mie east of B ao m ta 3 t
Tha BBC correspondent at his thanks to all members of village of F.stlna, two miles south Nazis could nat be so foolish as t [. / l ea o Bre-tok, among th more tha 1 tow te
pcm Headquarters ay our committee whose activities I of San Luce, then repelled four ePect those indiscriminate attacks s captured. ---o th retha 5
fth whol of the American are well known to him Ibeg Nazi counter-attacks as they press- to make any real difference to the ` n VILNA capture.
inet fom the seat to St. Lo, "reOther onownato him. Iture .of
le away, is on the move you to do so in my name." ed on through the latter vlllage war, they could only have In mind there outlandi" (auture of
the enemy carrying out an and dug in on nearby high ground the chance o winning comprom- the day as announced In a c.m- U. B
th aarl th -- Ise peace actingon the nerves Q/ k munloue and two orders of the -eker's
lbaly withdrawal, AM they UhaEm GAINS NEAR AREZZO of the peo of Lond:n and wear- l S //"- dav from Marshal Joech Stalin.
Sback the Germans have ine down their resistance. Mr. Mor. Included Wolkowsv and Skildel on
l owingI up bridges and 0 TCo o mill sl Near the centre of the 150-mile rison echoed tht reaction of Lon- '_-MINSK the approaches to Bialystok and H itHu ng r
s there launching coun- L.ttle front, British Eighth Army donors by commenting: "What a a -c n rodno In Old Poland andthe ril- n
ks he latest of Ste e troops drove the Nazis off the high hopr!" Y, ., way station of Opochka, 24 miles
as put in on Thursday ground ea o areo and p- As fcr the counter measure. he cast of the Latvin board i
northeast of Parlere.gat
para troops were thrown tured Monte Maria. South of said, these were making what he Vl\1 V The Germans admitted withdraw. I n fr
Infantry and they had the Fo o s Arezzo, British Infantry ambushed cps,ed appreciable differences to the ng fr om Pnsk a few hours before r Jul 14 AP, -Between
anti the Americana Fo A n' In tne upper Tiber valley, the R.A.F, .he present attael:s would 5 5 Marshal Stalin, who sail I 0 n s mbcr
have ofen tn.Ath of hest a vfrthasthap ws sanod bt as smashed today t four o
I inm and yesterday morn- British seized three more corn- have been so much heavier hatI' "U is N ,taken y. ,rm by paratroops ofin Hungary and t t
Stheoe Germans who hpd Confidence that President manding heights and patrols push- they might in fact have seriously o Marshal Koniisiatin Rnkssovsky's cius rallHar inBd tes ern-
waged to Infiltrate past the Roosevelt will be elected for A ed to within two and a -ilf miles affectedthe war effort. v. iirst White Russian Armaid aided cllarcl, s in Bd
tAmerican posltlons were fourth ecrm, was of Citta dl Castello. On the :uture, the Home Secre- \rs W f rlier ginboats reeed elIcit to desro Naz o
lig mopped up.] express yes-I Farther east, Indian troops ad- tas vould notmake any promises .' \ n \ c nMoscow refrained frcn saying Fortsses attck tei-
SGermans tried everything- terday to th! vanced several miles and repelled As he put t: We all look forward ow much actual milrage was oortresses attacked t ou e
10 tjthedaywhem tehfyinctual \ imilneag ws res oil the outskirts of uaps
fortifed strongpoont stands ,Trinidad Guar- German counter-attacks near Cole tj the day whet the flying om. L4J1222C gained in the drive toward East wiose total combined capacity is
ill hoave beenk mastered, butitwillyMr w ll hPvruseiamabured, Rus an rmanuaboutw3ll.00 whose tota of crudeb
e tank counter-attacks-but tan" by r. do Orci. Polish troops are now be fPolish to count this an an ,arly "-
$-able only to slow the Amern- Ae b f oPINSoli o accounts intimateda then distances eaRl.0ito
vae not halt it anywhere less tn eight miles from Ancon- the Germans send over flying di s"- border are now aoel y ea Thc, are h lanto. Shell
ae le fighting front from e Sn~or din Alr forces flew some 1,800 sor- As the Germans send over flying ra ile bom e nownty.20roo, In -m a n gar y
s ea'oo.o TeAeiac veaent."t.Kooiaz, a,-d H-ungary Petroleum
*to ie a The American' fo Analyst of the ties yesterday and last night con- bonbs, their armies in the field are o OldPoland, Is 20 miles from" the c ea r poperti e
eat ins on this, the fourth Ind tey Sof the centrated their heaviest blows on crying out for air cover. An ex- \- resent border of East Prussa cuaros ratyards and als the Pet.
of unceasing attack, ranged United r tatre of railyard s. ample comes today from Nai was extended by the addl furdo refinery. lve nil
Ins to three miles down the AehiciwasexeutertquotesdGodfreyTal- mlbeyuohenad-'sdiaryd reirhvfrosIouh
A c Ret u G lieutenant's diary which fell into tSin of the Suwalki Dis:rice .. west of Budaet. A considerabl
Itto the mouth of the River Ay ~.de Janeiro, who hot, B.B.C. reporter, as trying our hands ,n the Eighth Army Map showing Russian advance, Plamk wasnamong more than 50) the conquest of Poland in 1939, nerteswen
MR. t.J t-.4.. ad Just arrived til conquest of Po ln i 1939 ,
t' the last of flood ands ha d arriv. that the British troops are front in Italy. One entry reads: les captured by the swiftly-moving R.-d Army ga.nst g owing The old East Prusian border is uco tnte ered and sevhteral were e-
^^ 118 countered- andT several werey dames-o r i ada e -t^^^^
Barters and St. Lo. re by Pan Anelanpiane"n tackling as subtle a position as "Above all our Luftwaffe is lacking. Nami resistance. General Ivan Chernyakhovky' army, having 45 miles from Grodno andarader
l t American Infan-the way to Port-de-Prunce. they have ever done espec.'lly We have to burrow like moles andiy- od a m tagun, a o is tt t Rita stroed by the Libert os an l
Germslne-sur-Ay, Mr. Hiern believed that the pe- In the Arezzo sector where, he I am very depressed." Another x- the eat bnk of the rver north oas the stronghold. end t rit are Roving for a tremendous met enemy fighters and dowed


k at tni Patrlcs? 014 1h Re Ub~ hem-ee the 0" sto g -i -n man k of the< ri ver nof rth ofte sr ong ol. ndU se i ty re movin fa t- a IS tremendo s m e at ene fightrs Jat e h
R '' L ay. Patrols p o the Unitd W o are corn- says, they are acquitting them- tract says: "A German soldier can- shW;n in East Prussia.
no tion In "No pletely satisfied te manner selves magnificently In fierce not go anywhere alone because a- itself Is under attack and Its fall In Imminent. h iE t.ra adl- nspecifed nurbetr.e n
betto the !n Which this ioarIn which "Iar asue
AONebei t"ro .M w W N Jul ll (eAPe t mth r ne readers Otla er Mustan?st escort e
froi vert r uthirtae Ray ser u tuhe o or n derma d co rI o g."8 V h S.'re a n far behr the the MU d w altt cd tdl r t la
to.. th S ou"tted by E r .N.I fenes immmediately around ... o a Vieshy Claims a nduMe I- iiM a e d Are whc i on o I t rce
fmaie l .el rhesod w as th e ersiuton K e mostie ed A whieh Scofnl toeh
be 1a prevlssing hardfmlt sid w s t th epers K donm Ar Tso uso far show no signs of ginlg n ffle off the Hitler beamt nIn t ir te Biavocs And Marauders
i~4 from LA Hay* du and th~e people of the .S. will not giving In.] N~ ~eLNOJl 4Rne).ILA5TN OPG O.1 tieA
jyar, ds fo lea tMae 10.conttrct. Mr. C h ia n .... ,t h .... t 0 LONDON, Ju ly 14 i leuter).. ,,,CABE t t Uo 'P1 Br t coPAG rikeO tA t Bridges
b ardenifrgt heo ..a. m change him long a the war T -Vichy announ. ,tonight Recapp Stik At BridgeI
InattI ad n the sal-edingC ot dy th that Georges .eande;. has been H a ter oN, l re t e'
St te approaches to the Republl nominee, wast srMandel was n Minister of the that eu rt rsja ha tei ou tsses r Ri s l weather three.
a. ln opp.onen ut nid t' ai ou Mr. eal iard our July 14 tAP InteriorA when France col tipsed- afternoon and Havoc and Maat
Dewey's chances of success would WASHINTiJ (hImphg k e eera struck at bridges between le
1 ot' At~zB. Deweys chances of successand joined Paul Reynaud, the Decision to ,okeTrinidad. m- l-.- .-ard the battlefront.Thywt
GRANOE AROUND CAEN have been assured if the U.S. was WASHINGTfIN, July 14 (hP)- The Calnnese mbassy here an- then Prime Minister en urging quarters for to erecappind h tyr se
not at war. Mr. James bPori ital, Nay S ecre- ounce today that Madame hiang t e Ptre uinglebe carried on arom the Wdware andp eewar. &ONDON. July 14 (Reuter)-on escorted by Llhtbnings a Mu-
Itae Cben fraonta, B ttilo e Day NO e S tary, today ordered a court of Kai-tSh euk has arrived in io ae, e esad a he ro rde e Jpnesrsq w the d
1ed by a contn tisn of ECONOMIC MEInqry to tdy tie circumstance Janeiro for a rest and that she is overseas. Whn Peain took slan ds w ua m a at the acent havee reen driven re tha m an f mr se tl. s t ,.er F ntr
Iq iy tov he w s acsd o co five-day Suppliers' Confer~nce he d~n v e tote r m m r lc~ r ne
hp h1at sve lull on the B reticht w r the J ap attack at Pearl acco m pan ied by M adam 8 over he w as a accused of con- five"-day _- ,-p, -a- Co- fer .- .-nce hid h g Atweit h t d ert eon, of ts aid
M aprevledne e .rn nm sa-w -iarbtur On mt r 1841. The Kung, wife of the Chinese Minis- pirscy and was one of the in the Uned Statrm es, Mr. A. -. ao te uis.h.e are a wingouthw t het Da tisd A oSone n.dCta
Wilitc hs pevile sice PA~tiing nuic wt-arre-If 'ron t~ 7,101. yet 9,efndoniIntheRIO tial. Bynsppntlfer ftpplesthapafghingtA
defendWnt in thee Ro thria Batn, o.. .... r fn..... one-ott soeBi o s, men today that for theft time
it. In les than 10 construction. Mr. Hiern stated thiat ac.ion cempiwo with thq m- of term of Finance, who is now heading About a year W it was stated in .t. Vinoent, and dehegat c;to
swil teat, -not so much g test Job after the war to straighten whichaMr.- Forrer al, wml b lrecto United Nations Monetary Confer- bu t thehy W t Yorshir R g men Nd t L tw f whil found themselves in.appi..in
l ha suffered two re- the world was going to have its big- the congressional resolution the Chinese dele nation at the that he ad died in Germany the conference, told the "Trinidad faun t.esle inatork.spot'teir,.a peranc
loea as In n the bleeding out the economic mess. It was too "to proceed forthwih with an m- ence at Bretton Woods. e Em bet Vihr now state tht w rens 0 ihile uaan yther ay. nearly surrounded They at threes. ix were shot down ,
e -and h knows premature, he said to arri* at any vestigaon into the facts su.ound- bas sid that the wife of the in t crin hich he n Mr. n asrivei n the Coony a series of night attacks and fought five probably damaged. The R .
tl ry will inevitably strike definite solution, but he favoured Ing the catastrophe.' Generalissimo is not expected po tn Friay night wy PanAmerican their way out taking their wounded lost three.
pNowe heneralrallyisnno expected t ro ln a ttce poean tilae ner n t h
Noe Iext Jolt. British co-opers.lon among the various Mr. Forres-al said the court of come to this country e w as atcked plane and wi I leave here O ththem. Canadian Spitfire pilots hav
isj really htish a l Madme ran s kascuff... Monday for his hosThe Japanm3e ncsses are steadily won what is Oescribed aS
continued to lob ed nations. Each nation after inquiry, headed by Admiral Urini Madame Chiang Kal-hek ar andoheswas Jaillednset hes a re s l wn r s
tune onetinue the Cao this war should explore new fields Murfin as president, will convene rived last Sunday by air to seek .....-.... -''' ..., .. Under the p,'oposed schem', he rising. East of Imphal our troops gest success so far of any snl
cue o nrvu ehasio,.n said, the various Leeward anD have rounded up mare prisoners squadron flying from the Nrad
big fire was seen raging and not encroach on another's, I at the Navy epartment on July a cure for nervous exhaustion, in- Windward Islands would report and therere signs that manyap- airstrip. Lt en
night in Nasi-held Fau- felt. 17. Two other court members somnia and chronic ur icaria d G n ucher their requilremens to Trinidad and anese unit are running t t iof they met en12 FngC WuLfa19ial
Mlrs iM Hiern stated that th- United wil be Edward Kalbfas and Vice- inflammation of the skin. The teril woulde be forad ammunition, shu---ot dawn-- 10 o Wf te
sinrdump. States of America was definitely Admiral Adolphi s And'ews. Judgr party comprises 10 in addition to
Mikwhile, In shell-wrecked adamant to any suggestion for the Advoeate-Generil, will be CoM-L. W. Kunx and Louis Lung, the fmAr wntseUSadtoTriniad.re ofits0 '



dump thfe.Mte u eatetI h ...hdu. TC t ll J' U r lU l l O lL' "*I r omda the Ul!.8, to easinidg fo thslm C N I
Throughout all the occupied formation of another Leaue of mender Harold Biesemelr. children of Madame Kunz. t L th m own use and to takr care of re- -t _----_-__---__11__----__-_-_--_---_
m n th F r nch p op la c N a lon R ar d m l at usb nd ~ m m l, M ada m e C hian g h a s been u n d er q uirem en ts o f W e oth er islan d s.
thi Tricolour of France and Concerning his tour of duty in of the Navy, &ad Major-Oeneal&IHarrington, assistantoeto the United an gates from the smallerrIslands had LT D
i1i9e's Cross of Lorraine bant the neighbouring French Colony, Walter Short, of the Army,- com- States Naval Attache there for four pointed out the difficulty experl-
u sideo the Stars and Stripes he said that since October, I1943,manding offlnc, t at the tin-i of months. She left Chunql ng secretly e i- erced through the shortage 3f Te
ion Jack in celebration Martinique obtained her supplies the atack have been awaiting to avoid Japanese 'planes. The 'rrininlad once more has a g nersi lyres, and requested larger quiotas
national holiday. through French -opresentatives In[ court-martial Ance the attack un Oeneralisstmo and a grout) of close an O/fcer Commanding American In tyrer.
WashingtonD.C. Now private im-charges of negligence. he friends bade her farewell at the garrison troops here. Heis Gen. The Colonies upplymsionexTTI
porters are to resume their resnec- court of Inquiry ill 4dtudy the cir- airport. 0.B. Bucher, new Commanaing press d inability to supply tyres A WATER BOTI NG a WORK
n tive Importations dict. It will be cumtance of attack but It will It was said reliably that Madame General of the Trinidad Bise Ccm for civilian use and suggested that
hvesnt Head s duty to help them to get what not be a step toward the opening Chianq may visit, England after re- mand, who arrived recently to as- tyres be sent on to Trinidad where PARK and RICHMOND STREETS
a they require. e and to ascertain -hatn o court-martial pro aceedings uperatlon in Brzil. returning to anie command aheadv there are two recapping
.tecountry needs. The Unmited against the two fileers. Chungking In ihe late fall. in mace of Col. factories operating, to be ezcapped.
n tl t e o f Aera obtained lf Thursday Wgha. .V. Rat' Toe question of more lumber for
tii npiy ofsugar and rum from Mar-C it D pu y ayoNAai stla
tinique and this y"eo r was buying Cqu.T r r n I d a d foe 'atat the conference, and it ud- wasAN d
"ixnre 3,000,000ooroo! ----ons-o-Washington o n cided to explore the pooro blity of
SW es IndiesIndan Federation N ow ItaI fdrtemporary haty tn n emaei nry mintish Gil-
d He also revealed that the Stest F d t- Bueral c her sni mach to (AE
by thes. MOnha coneter s on sderetion t UonS.A. ha od tin-in 1941. when he wa r shortage in te West Indies. CA NNIN G'S
it.Josehe a Convent. dwver conderationt a consultatre, fr w a caslocmted In tht.- United States Mr. BA0yne
F 800 citicns set I ae udlueatyitaPte h wlth Brig.-Gt'n. said, there was an scut,~ shortage
,,copnst the "Trinidad cammercial capital of that island, Opinion that West Indian federation would hardly be a step in (then Major) D. of lumber and while, at the begin-
U531) ya eterday, bringing the and th's consulate wodld be estab- th~e right direction at the present time but might very we~i mean '" A. D. Ogden. of ning of the war the slogan wasD I K
S, far reeve to approxi- lished by the end of this month the U.S. Aurmy "'use more lumber and save on
or ear'y' next month. At present mere contnae.;icr of the eitistfhg bureaucracy,"~ was expressed by E-lnglneer Depart-' stee ." today It was the oppote..
sn a rdto week to go there is a vice-consul inl Marti- Councillor Alb~ert Oomes, Port-of-Spain's Deputy Mayor, when hie -ment. in connec-1 Elffr~s, he disclosed, were being
itorate, coi g unat th rqu. a-drsrdtion with the es- made to nmocurluerfo N-
critniticia of t-he inertia of by Mrs. Hkmrn and daughter, left Thursday night. O---.. GN. mcliCHES the United 8tatest sad
Werage individuala, hope, are this morning for Martinique. Mr. Gornes, whos sadd ... .suit--of careful plan-ning of-'the Army bases here. The "Trinidad Guardian",u-i-
I mat Governm____t__w______ enites"os was' --" prne-requisite conditions It I. understood th'mt U..S. Army understands from another source
utlitedi tha th G ovrmt wil entitl. ,,, u v= ,, ed oePrstoblemsa o- Wes What I fear in confederation hea..dquartders, oft~he Trninlda.d Ba-s' that mecasures for easingl the W57:7 t y Al.. .... ... ..... fJa. g
a ct.venezuelan nvoian ,, ..... .. ..... .,..... ._ ....
* ,..aIgn is purely to find --, |__ l' trutifor a o fa' r P -- e onoen-., might very well tend to perpetu- whih it wi moved on the de. Whil ltigsilsee if
b c~ti~ena'pono view m ~ uumut. o n vunw nome trto of poe ntehdsf ate the existing structure and toaruelsmotofMo-Gnct. he lutons rgad
3afew peraoso, declaring, that fed- mke th uh ee e omm- e hD. Patch and the end of ~adaelwsbihe n
mato o o'r'et v.ermtiou itotsefgvr m sen ton hfley more neddict r .teor- eaehl nWithl. s'lpigeseI Wss ~d
}0Aflcil co.'troi of the water .His Exceellency, Sr, Luis Teoflio was indaensWet,t .sefainment t han ll itel isr a~t uent,, Virginia, thed bnWirtehpace o f.so th n s100k fobtlte
*] us dstrio ut ~yon of thte V eneuea Ministher Co te said wour t0Wmluedite ami General, discussion followed Mr. many military lead-rra claims G-'n- to pieprsfrS
do no deha y oner n os Aires. arived o n thes w l- h muse to wrtwudetnson emeas address. The meeting was eral Ducher as her son. He was fo-cars Ia nOW much brid~hter,
qu sto t a c nc r s n y str a n hi w y ho e of t~ franchise sad them con- prsdvr b rv te Eu en born in Bridgewater, Vs.. but now BeaideS M r. Dan~ es af Sit. Viii-
I,. you lone. Send, your where ,he has been re,,diled by his stitutloelt~ reforms that will guar-- Maresik oey _rv ugncent, Mr._L. Spence aid Mr. C
S_~t the Guardian.' Government for consultations., -m ~ .n ,,,,-, ... ...... _________y. *ae hin.olea oe n8u- ., ,.elo ][,A .


I o eone shv,. nalvl ...,, "'" ",e to ,, an ;ve-expatulintor. __0. ton, VA, Mrs. Bucher is res-id-Gn ar-zlt, "rrunidid Ie 0t4S
conveience of burgesses On arrival here, he wao met by bit of ren t K kny Il k- a. wl as M. 0. Palmer 4
*to bring their petitions to Sr. Carloe Julio Rojas. Venewuelan the machine ry of government m In F rakford. Kentucky. In keep, .. welu, as Mr. r H. Pamr ,
Ottr*an ...... %l O~wto .... Trto ad iS_ r a,, ...... .. []" t.^ I,' l* Iwvm~ l A--J DW Roa Ing wlfntheir military v tradition. St. LUCIA, arrived in Trtthdadi|
a ten egto ay te-3u- Consul in Trinidad an held at e er Thi will inev itably, ooner o U l A KO thge tneralan4d Mrs. Bucher have Mr. Frilth., Bermuda del.-at ,
Udbhbe 4if-111 reto any tended a cocktall ,patyheld at later, point in the diecio o a son And daughter Intimately died In New York where the Can.-
who^ ? ^ ^ ha bee instu3t ^ h ct oenr 'a 5 erta e h pft, f- o ad ae o T H E B E S T .J
agent in Portnof- Government House by Expel- Self-government. theDuu linked with the nations fighting ferenoc wa still in proess.
it hohasben n rUotd to 1ent, heActin Gopvernor. "It Is regrettable UW t atn. Islands Bomnbed efotTh o n a,,graduate of"" """-
fd them to haed office. Sr. Nune reMused to Say any- dency at present is to treat fed- West Point elas of 191. I .serving - .- --
couons received UP to thi. on the grounds that only ration a tough it wereasubject ."ASH'N"TON. July t6 My ouY2te f ina l!1 da the Minisoter of Forign Relations offe ring the b Opportunitiess. ._ .,Modth at cier-pVic, while t heir caught. ..erIsm r-Tache sT o ,M et'I W |
Auhoizd o6attafted the Jpan- WHOUt LiAL.CayuX --er o-
^ata SaId fihdd toov-.make any statements to twe Press. We must be Careful lestIn re- ouaC ondnRota slXandain Camp Van Dora, Mas. Oiil W
*as a Vn seeking their He did not know wether he auoii a succulent bone we do th- Mau while ar y p*ar G-eneral Bucher was graduated 5 ,
attacked Truk Atoll. Bombe and fro ignaMltr nttt nFee on5wet2hin
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was betterr now tol ....ate...._ CuomancIn Ostt of t .lhe. dibnns Mdy nye a5 81 4 14
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games.em, nau enteam of Agricultural einrat.oi for a visit which w1.1 perhaps -'.---~Caribean boumsbti a tegm I 1
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Iv that in the Waet Indian Omnaforw at Barbados lat
=I t:ts and Am&an have hit a reat* prince tMat
S adapted to the neefd of mac umo o f others th part
&b* s"be e"PMd by Mr. PhMp Hewit-M PMi. had of the
imtlon at the British information Iervloe, New york, In an
n the June issue of "Britain."
W ..wttwy-laini, who himself---------------
~SAdthe Conference, states In! -L 'aL....... -i


th lat ten days of March,
reOS w a held in the island
pandas in the British West
Sit was held without pomp,
Sattracted no great attention.
Sthosinternational figures
* msie automatically make
u present at It. Yet It is
l possble that this tncon-
pie a t will one day be
i as eof the most help-
pr I"tlv gather in that
been held by man.
wWeet Indian conference, as
s officl called though
uInnd terltortes of British
m and British Hondura, as
Sthe West Indian islands.
delates to it was certainly
mnt experience for those who


Btaly a nice conference -
L eurlously, one that was mark-
gy sense of urgency from
to finish and that, in the
Sof real difficulties, produced
of a scope and definLtenes
t suggested that very few In-
- of those present at it could
M been affected by any form
languor. And tbAt this was
was, in large part; because the
h-te themselves did obviously
hethat while they might not
aSaking any 1rat splash in the
they mht well be making
jeory.
GOOD JOB
It quickly decided It could do a
Md Job, held a few preliminary
np, broke up into sub-com-
ttee, met again for a final es-
a or two, and, within ten days,
d out a series of definite,
recommendations on
0 ture, pubAl works, medical
iesheries, and several
topics that many another
on homogeneous conference
bh ave pointed to with satis-
S after lsix months of de-


;A the moat interesting thing
ga the whole affair is, of course,
6 the story may not end with
Caiebbean. There are other
M a of the earth where men
women of different nationali-
and race are trying to grap-
with what are fundamentally
j=11" problems. "Can it be
t those Britons c-ad Americans
t conceived the method of
approach to world af-
1, and have given such practi-
application to their dreams In
Caribbean hae hit on a great
nciple that can be adapted to
needs of millions of others in
or pMets of the globe? My
U pleFLa, and I was In the
c4z htuu at BLarbados--s
it thsyihave."

IAirqTMIn POSTPONED
21WKt B agwat which was
hIMWM held at the Indian
Bis Per Village, Gran
it July O30 to August 5, at
lab ayers were to be said for
l notary and a free meal given
ae poor. will be held instead
p Au2ust 20 to August 27.


Recommended I
By Doctors For I
biorestive Troubles
a*u^eaes* aItS i, -s of appedRe. "fill
r Vt;aea=t and Ul digestive t oiblO
S od taid 4OL.
-I -mla~as. aeuttrulae. excess aid ad
m imu Om so nush dyspapla. Itu
se Uaaonty over carbonate
SisBa explained
1t U nU only ive temporary
ALOOOL affold promal
No' paruaat Rlest.
IOL moutahnne uuy UMm amm of
etomsoh. leaving the quantityhe
5b U ormal C unoLaene of the
duJyally briB-bout U
vBi.t Of a1WL te O tMP
5aM mawe you to at what
me aam Ino, m rt. ALOCO L
t C5P eoc, ot any kiss,
W Ins=btit of oer tor teaatsb
oure wtireat from t. hsU au
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Loss To South


Trinidad Guardia Cerreoemdent
SAr FURNANDO. 'uly l1--Loam
of not less than $7,872 per year is
being suffered by the San Fernando
Borough Council on account of the
shortage of electric Aneters, Coun-
cillor Dr. E. A. Lee estimated at
the meeting of the Council here
this afternoon.
Dr. Lee was speaking on his own
motion calling for the revision of
the monthly charges made to old
consumers, other than employees
of the Council who had facilitated
the Council by allowing their meters
to be withdrawn.
The Council accepted the motion
and the Mayor appointed a com-
mittee, comprising Dr. Lee, con-
vener; the Hon'ble R. Joseph, Coun-
cillor O0. Richards and Councillor
R. Mentor, to investigate the mat-
ter.
Discussions on the motion were
allowed following an amendment to
include the words 'other than em-
ployees" which Dr. Lea asked for
on the suggestion of Councillor
Joseph.
FOR COMMITTEE


Speaking on the motion, Dr. Lee
contended among other things that
when arrangements for the removal
of meters from certain homes were
in operation some time ago, Coun-
cillora did not take the trouble to
investigate whether the consump-
tion of electricity in the homes from
which meters were removed had
Increased, and charged that there
was o loss of revenue from non-
metered houses. From his investi-
gatlon he found out that a house
which was not metered three years
ago and remetered recently
was paying revenue whicr was
definitely out of proportion than
when it had no meter. That house
had been plying on an average,
$2.52 per month when it had no
meter, and now that house was
paying an average of 6.53. It paid
as much as $7.17. That, he thought,
was a definite loss of revenue. From
the information he had, he figured
that the borough was losing today
not less than $7,872 per year, or for
a period of three years $23,616.
Councillor Richards, seconding
the motion, said he thought the
matter was one for a committee to
go into.
Councillor Crawford, Councillor
Mentor and Alderman Jamadar
supported the motion which was
adopted.
Answering a question by Coun-
cillor Qrawford. Mr. R. V. 8. Aleong,
Town 'Engineer, said there were
about 22 unmetered houses, Apart
from those of employees of the
Council, in the borough.


TRMINIDAD GUARDIAN, SATURDAY. J3ULY 15, 1944.


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Bill Corner, e-soUdler who
battled against army and *-.ivy
rejeetio sdde to avenge his
seaman brother's death. At
the outbreak of the wa.. Cor-
ner, a St. Vincent lad went up
to Join the Royal Canadian
Engineers but was badly hurt
ten months later while on a
training manoeuvre and was
honourably discharged. Sev-
eral months later, on bearing
of his brother's death at sea,
he rushed to the Naval Re-
cruiting office to enlist, but was
turned down. Not despairing.
he tried the Montreal office
and was accepted.- Now
undergoing his final steps in
training, Corner will soon
put out with the fleet to
avenge the death of his
brother.


NewWaterLaw

Not Favoured

By A.S.T.T.
-4--
Memorandum now in course of
preparation, dealing with recently
proclaimed Ordinances controlling
the use and distribution of water over
cultivated areas, will be discussed
by members of the Agricultural So
city in the near future, it was dis-
closed at Thursday's monthly gen-
eral meeting of the society.
Announcing this, Mr. Harold Rob-
inson, president of the society, ex-
Sressed opinion that the Ordinances
ad been introduced to take away
the rights of planters. Such Ordin-
ances, except to.," the question of
average flow, which had beer
brought here from Mauritius by Sir
Bede Clifford, were not found any-
where else in the world.
Average flow, Mr. Robinson
pointed out, was calculated accord
ng to the amount of water got in
the dry season, but the wet season
was not taken into consideration a
all. He concluded that, by virtue o
his powers under the new Ordin
ance, the Director of Hydraulics
who had no connection with agri
culture, would be telling planter
what crop they should grow o01
their lands.
The memorandum, which Mi
C. A. Child, K.C., would be asked tc
draft, Mr. Robinson informed th
house, would be put before them fo
their serious consideration.


Twenty priests. led by His orses the Moat Rev. Lr. A. ainbatr
RyMn, Arbbso of port.of-Sp.ina. wefr at the city funeral last Wed-
nesday of Mrs. Louie Marguerite Camps-Oampln., wife of Dr. J.
Camps-Campbu.
Included in the more than half-mlle-long procession, which was
one of gli largeAt asen In the city in recent years, were cross-bearers
Snd aolytes, sisters of the St. Joseph Convent, Orphanage girls and
boys, College. students, nearly a score of doctors and many nurses in
uniform. olomon, Mr. and Mrs. K. Lindsay Gart..
All the way from the house of Mr. 1 4 Mrs. Miaddaway and ftinly.
orn a. e ai the Nursing raoms.
mourning at S, oblent Avenu r. and Mrs. Leo onsies and family,
College students, Orphanage girsi Dr. and Mrs. vernon Marquez. Dr. and
and three motor-cars carried Mrs. uuillermo A. Lyon, Dr. and Mrs.
wreaths witA which the grave at ose A. :on. Mr. and Mrs. t it.
Wiist. Lieut.-cot and Mrs. Pocock. Dw.
La yrouse was heaped high. ano Mrs. Samsl-smth, Mrs, V. Agoe-
Puneral services at St. Ann's R.C. tini and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eric A-
Church were conducted by the mandos. W. U.and Mrs Heml tand the
Archis p. ,twins. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Littlopags.
ArchbishOp. Dr. and Mrs. Andre Ciprlani, Mrs. R.
The mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. cipriant and family, Dr. and Mrs. Stan-
rM. Oell. Mr. and Mrs. E. Orell, ey Littlepage, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dies,
SM rs w Mr. nd r. and tMrs. Martin Daly, Neville
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Knowles, Mr. andMare. nd family, Mrs. Topsy sorsano,
Mrs. C. J. Gransaull, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Walter Scott, Joan and Carter, Mrs.
Waddell and Dr. J. Camps-Ca. ilS. E. Caracclolo and family, Mr. and Mrs.
The bea s were Mr. M. rell, L. rF. orusbers and family. Miss Lnskip
Red.The bearers were Detachment 13 Red Cross Section.
Mr. E. Grell, Mr, E. Knowles, Mr. Mr. and Mrs..H. Horowitz. Auntie,
C. J. Oransaull Mr. Waddell, and Tootle Monica and children, Eric Bienca
Dr. J. Campn .Cainpins. and children, Mammy. Mr. and Mrs.
Priests attending were the Rev. Henry V, ialvatort. Dr. Lucy and Leon-
ierts attending were the Rev. Stephens L-td., Dr. and Mrs. It. j.
Fr. Stack Rev. FT. Fitze Rev. Rev. Edghill, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rtheiro,
ft. McMillan, Rev. Fr. K. McArdle. Mrs. C. Kellman, Mils S. Hutchinson.
Rev. Fr. M. McCarthy, Rev. Fr. The Directors of Oreal and Company,
Rev. F. M. McCary, ev. Mr. Fernando Valdes, Arthur, Catherine
Murray, Rev. Fr. Long, Rev. Fr. antd the children, Maisie. Nora and the
Odw er Rev. Fr. Cahill, Rev. Fr. children, Mrs. Proudfoot and family.
Whhm, Rev. FIr. Geoffrey, Rev. Fr. Nitle. Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Plimmer. Ednia,
J. J. English Rev. yr.Valdez, Rev Jack and children. the Staft of Graell and
J. gish Rev. r. Valde Rev Co. Mervin. Charlotte and the Boys,
Fr. McCourt, Rev. Fr. Byrne, the Nurse Lawless. Mr. and Mrs. R. do
Very Rev. Dr. Meenan, Rev, Fr. Freitas, Jock and Angela Webster, Mr.
Vr And Mrs. A. H. Hamel-Smlth. M. Hamel-
O'Donnell, Rev. Fr. Flavin, Rev. Smith and Co.. the office staff of Grell
McHenry and Rev. Fr. Coyne. and Co., the Dental Associltion of Trini-
Among those who sent wreaths were: dad and Tobago, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey
Her devoted husband, her c.hildreL. her Farfan, Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Marshall,
loving mother, Mrs. L L. apencer-ClIrk, Grannie Camps-Campina and Aunt Marie,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Agostint. Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs J. A Carranaa, Mr. and
Blank, Pan American Airways, Mr. and Mrs. P. Malngot and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Ken Malngot, H. Oovia, Ltd.; Mr. Mrs. John Besford, Capt. and Mrs.
and Mrs. C. J. Hares, Capt, and Mrs. Madrell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley
J. Sharps Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Banning, harry, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Harding.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brash. A. l- Mrs. Santell: and daughters, Mrs. Henry
fontes, Mrs. L. K. Watson, the Dominican Meslesan, Mr. and Mrs. L A. CarsOcciolo.
Fathers, J. M. Alboni & son, Olive and Mr. and Mrs. A. Horne. Dr. Ivan Senior,
Angua Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. Abouhamid, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Bermudez snr. and
SMr. and Mrs. J Hing iYtng, Lieut.-Com. son, VIcky and Rita. Mrs. Leon Vano-
and Mrs. Charles Hayward, Mr. and Mrs. soate, Mr and Mrs. Andre Stone.
A. W. Donegan, Alcoa Steamship Co.. J. F. Cameron and family. Miss Wolfe,
Ltd.; the Standard Life Assurance Co., of the Colonial Hospltal; Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Allemany and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo G. Slegert, Maude and Mrs.
J. J. Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Btod- Raphael Bermudez Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
art. Mr. A. M. Camps, Mrs. I. Camps- Cyril Fletcher and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Roach. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd Trestrail. J. H. Reld and Janet. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. Oonsalves. the Milligana. Denis Eyre. Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collier and family, General Manager ot Trinidad Electricity
Mike, Terry and Molly, Mrs. H. Pitta and Board, Mr. and Mrs. R. J,. Morrtaon
family, Everard and Bunty Devenltsh. and Alison, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cuther-
Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. Ferras, Mr. and Mrs. bertaeon. Uncle Paul, Auntie Jose and the
S A. E. Hadeed and family, Nell and Gar- children, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Donald Bar-
vm Waddel, Shirley-Anne, Carmen Moral- ton, Terry Cummlng. Errol and Ethel.
f ejo and family, Angelina Blanchl. the Staff of Orell Cash Grocery, the
S Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Knowles, Mr. and Amoroso-Centenos. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Mrs. Andre Coussaaement and family, Mr. Talter and family, the Staff of Park's
and Mrs. Palmer Chiasola, Maria and Nursing Home, Nurs NIcholls, Goy andti
d Aloys.a, Rev. Mother Prioress and Sisters Florence. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Butt and
. of the Belmont Orphanage, Mr. and Mrs. family, Amie and Jack McClean. Mrs.
tR. Sutherland, Mrs. E. Pradal and fam- Collins, Dr and Mrs. J. A. Waterman.
ily, the De Lima family. Miss Olive Mr. and Mrs. 0. te Lapeyrousa and
SKelahall, Ursula dos Santos and family. Fleurettle, Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Mercano
Raphie and Lola Zepero Mrs. M. Farah. and family. Sissy and Harry l ntclfefleld.
Felix and Stella Franchesal. the Oeneral George Cahral and family, Rene Mimene
and staff of the Trinidad Leaseholds. Ltd., and the children. Capt. and Mrs. F.
Valma and George Far&h. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor and family.
S Cyril La Croix, Tom and Cecil Hope-Ross,
y Mr. and Mrs. E. Farah, Renes Franceschil,
-Liut.-Col. and M. H. Dow, Mr. and t
Mrs. Frank Lobo, Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Santoe Dr. and Mrs. Vivian Metlvler. Belm ont E.C. Keeps
SMr. and Mrs. Fridel Aachendort, Eddie
and Yvonne, Joe and Maude Herrera. Dr.
Miss Afnador, .ad M rs. NDr Attendance Shield
and Mrs. Oscar Senlor. Mrs. Planes and
-Miss Afanador, Mr. and Mrs. Norris.
Hops Ross, Mr. and Mrs. George King, n t ,h l o hic
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Pantin. Belmont E.C. School, of which
S Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dallier and fam- Mr. L. E. Francis is headteacher, re-
fly, Doreen and Francisco. Alfred, Minnie tained again last month possession
n and the children, Dr. and Mrs, A. Mar-
Squez, Blanche and Enid, Mr. and Mrs. of the attendance shield offered
Chaderton, Babise and Malcolm McClean. by Mr. A. H. Adams, School At-
SMr, and Mrs. Neville C. Boos, Dr. and tendance Officer, for highest per-
If Mrs. P. A, Rostant, Mr. and Mrs An- hi g
Sthony Kenny, Mrs. Pollonais and family, centage of schools In north-east
There ded Verteull. Mr. and Mrs. Er- Port-of-Spain. Despite heavy show-
.nest Vitra the Traffic Staff of Pn ers this Schoolreached 78 per
American Airways System Mrs. E. F.
s Ltanos, Ethel Kathleen astd Pbylis Arhl. cent attendance in June nearest
n bald, the Management of Fernaandes rival being 75 cent.
(1933) Ltd.. 3. ltevan and theJ children. Belmont B.C. now leads tI the
Annie and Bobs, House Wiring Dept. i cots w fr wis
r. Mr. and Mrt. Ray Hamel-BSmlth, Mr. ian shield contest with four wins
0 Mrs. J. R. Wenselmann. Mervyn i. Gloster Lodge Moravian ranking
Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. re Frelt&s next with two, and Quarry Street
e and family. Mr. end Mrs. .1. B. Glusto. mn rl' n
r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and family I .C. and Belmont Girls' one
and Mrs. Pase, Mr. 0. Solomoa and Miss each.

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The
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latablished In the West
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Marine quare P.0..


CITY OF PORT-OF
SPAIN


Burgess List 1944

Notice is hereby 'yen that copies
c Burgess List of the City of Port
of-r sin for the year 194,, hay
been fixed on t main intrane
of thi Town Hall, Knox Street, to
Inspection by the Public until
15th July, 1944.
All clahi s to be entered in th
List by persons whose narr a
been omitted as well as all -
tion. to the names of persona ap
peering In the List, mus. be .- d
to the Town Clerk in the Statutor
Form not later than th- 15th da
of July, 1944. The required forn
may be hitd on application at th
Town C' rk's Offic


1111111,01111 :_-I _,.'
/SmiHTOGEN '
The True Tento Food
When strain or illneu have weakened your strength and m.
Sanatogen is a quick restorative. Every spoonful Iterlly p4
Sfresh, Yij to blood Into your system sive new er tnmn Ml
'* health, new life. Over a$25,000o doctors recommend Santoga. -*


KAIZENA
Th'e Mineral Food for Better Health
Only plenty of calciddum can keep your yatem in proper wmdki
es order, and Kalzana is calcium in the form mowt easily =l
t. by the blood. Doctors everywhere recommend Kalana to keql
teeth strong particularly in pregnancy to build sturdy b"
Ve in children, to check anemia, to srthengthen entire system.



le FORmDAMinT
e The Germ-Killing Throat Tablets
Forrmamint Tablet, if taken at the first sign of as me thra4
P_ destroy germs in mouth and throat before they hae time to do a&
harm. Formanmint is more effective tha n gargling and ab.ohtej
y handles to sensitive tissues of mouth and throat.
1a


Copies of the Burgess List have
also been fixed for inspector b3
the public -t the following places.
Woodbrook Estate Office
Eastern Market.
Public Library.


Sanatogen, Kaliana and Formamint are in short supply
owng to difficultiers in distribution caused by war condi-
tions. But they are obtainable and your chemist or tore
will do their utmost to see that you have your fair share.
Remember alwaysto ask for these famous products by name.


H. W. FARRELL, a.i. r
Town Clerk THIRAPIUTIC PROOUCTS LTS., PINVALGS, SNPOR@, MDX., INOLANO


j lt JUly, 1944.______________________________________________________
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An Epic Picture Of The War.



"BATTLE OF RUSSIA"

A LIVING. VIVID, THRILLING ACCOUNT OF THE GALLANT
ATt'LE WAGED BY OUR RUSSIAN ALLIES AGAINST THE NAZI
INVADERS.
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... **1-..' -.*... +,.+ : R-^ ax, -.' T "/ e a2 e &A ,# '0 tk bf tt Ub S Uh d b' oCADn b C AND ANo h o0l
IS .1, . ....rton.! mr- Art.e .dmi- e s -iCAT !S4-A1:am
mat- t_ 5l- -7ON.-e. -.w-, :. .. ., K -.&-- Thos eswhose no e or lrd d
soVratot I co &"=1ld VWaia















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a x.. V... 0r, .-. .."= ......... ,s-fc i ..-B. rv Wftpt i oVecow ba ion,!ra









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Jf*T a 'A.. ,-. i n.I-, .OW. & .ca ,t 5 R+ io'Tm. A 1 1
&e; ,r Gl d e rIt rim-a r t re.ly te re ___ __- _. AP -.
-- ,-Z DAME 7rj roag, were n i, r Gri 7d) ,S "-f am "'hC
Wcr hroge Deplored Accordinge t" o Vro e









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Wctf ., in ra t toin Show-erlSoppe to e o
,a:, ,. I t 't or.ik te w.ig mm- C kt excpg t aoe c tit an iId A. .SN .* ra R









'4at._ ,f.a -o h.lae %J'~pu sho th Thirhue RECRo+' oney
'.-. .^.,.>-. ^ "- *...- .:.. :^;,,y ."e.dW^v ?n !ro,- Th. CP, pmna im -. m, *. CO MM NIQUE "
T-,/ i-,, : ....- :. i u BB f"- e hot o.tx i -o y &- eJ b ca me wr bart,- b beeIn apt T ea xb W
e eGer hihis WrT berIe NGTN to *apsw. 'or the
.. W41. ,, .n ,. |srt e 1_- eakd tV huortr.* rtaBt and jp tohMa tsdo the rrtiA Onty bef made ------------ .
1 rft "-( Z4 -lr- a tSown Itth thm -e !Tidt-Utee the Vb* 015t. MARY; r o n Who g.
cz:e _ry 0-4 wx be a J=k4 __e M eomP)







Sw eir1 tra p -e-fr-'y --At*h, td mtth p b:P Tae oM r ts for nAuml"wry Teritond
Sm*, x -rf Be They ia^ ? l y of U.S.A.-Good Typt


l : d b P~r n,'- an hol o1. he ct- &rkm !athroagce hit he bte m (w2)h lH e e LMo C to AND ~ lANYi
a*-. -/ -r1-, a ?- parent ot nine he'e e d *eatl r the n e es ma= s e- monma. I r o Sorthando not lessen o eal.
-.: ,h ":. r. e h' haz p re en !a toar, Re le as crtieicat es from employees mu
> ;.. iQ l. st r'?. .;.. t ,tr t a: op to t^e we-A e and iparen toy duced by tlh Upplsic:ts, but no job should hi

*'' r h otesr oner ., te w:e r All Can d idAtes please opply IMME
,t I 'amoe. mh sres,.it kg.^ s ) sthpe t Headquarters, St. JOI
At-or *,-I Pot.f.- Spand.te ori p ed -e tooi liv ,MIT Of-Sfin h







Oner' rc'f' A wl such *: tha tw .** glid*r : landed" rn e .Secrtary ., jyttSe wihe tohie |
,n ky _-, r; r" Thosett whose na-mes are aeka dw
%ev s 4a.i,. I-at in !=e toare- 14 -*lr 0' ER-' 'OCt r









were '< p hold. T-..-* b 'derr A N.ew Rear w,:o. about romedIgo.he
** 'r- 7:,. have'* r objection -hd o T:e s>rr ein -d dr oiUgh prord.; I T
-. hide wor kin* .n -he *Ii.*. *, the hammer *o mm ws rhe ahr A g-e-at chain on sel- T Toa
a of t- o w", In'' t.n O ; para t^*: b ; arp *.wfe f.A-t w fted-rn aaTi.dt bttree ainon-
.. . -he8 w o h ;,r .' o rt i, fjat g.Ued r-,orne GWas r tr b ps aerl ono their way. ATb. Hae, Juhor
P have te pus.avt s nda sertaled t ayri gurl y" %bte ytnit
-/ h ,-, to-*.' th '. i. a nC t n i ', oJ' er a" e wid rea. r mht on Grtm. s, o dder na(ri3achuters chei ed n' ja m sr w h e oy. O s c
-n" *.w, r Ter 'e et p-eef o FrtCey ndey&= Go edM-borr.e troop anre not a1u 1,?i nu T" A S
'7e t' i..firstt i'a.rof recen









,'*. -~.CSt1 wh:ae etf ol tei oI'- !Tk In twe mornile the chit aes deroic than parrmoop.-
Se I wasr sw rar of huge franp t shook th hetir huge r a nddwow- o (rieg conveNaMry-
Mni r of ,K sed for he wschool, fellthe la w yards L ean" ft n t mo mf to vwI ie P lI, TMitr, w
88511 4=1y00 ooft 19 awded. mo ln g" hA 4 lrbe*w0 p0r0hdut- and Ua t f Itoe b U iS.Or nytk* b ptl







The Ape Ol~"--ds .t., h j rn Io trther Th tetl, ke oey th aler byS fir. rt ( a ----
SScrubbing SchoowXls6w Upheld itn 1e2n t. 7 reds*histta t lo !ttitd fo|
Ibr VMte, m Tinuare fr( snt.t The prechsoon of Canulan Bbd the s. of c- Rcuracut and to escapeAxa ete it
xtW rKxjr.'3 '* -~btched *let-ri tiLA sh i;X ne1 ea*om asI ni -a they a dt ie. otcemed, te Ci oiie o eea nlralnta









'MT '' rs h"3 s"p itvhl con fantastic herJb wu to^ sez ^ Told beh'w a br.kT racer f o -01 ,*ToUth'= d t inWaeiinoonU.SAdyGoo Ty


Saddl dt r dherg maeh es- sor fostreaedthr thei l horha -w tweInM osty to cth ftmromdege, rh in. Ii of ,Tro







r'hv'L around, lftr the cor heat t oi renthi lth+e enm yf ro. ra Itis In hirnbicty to W tha Oa prpe degree Tof piort
P Of A "' aByth othrnr tes landings hy ed f tu~ wrbe. h'.': a d eed w1h ll the be Available. O ~i
?. Arota. cth p oex tt ar curate asd the navrga-lno tkin the.t t.hei n 1 3.d then u u no t ese nti l
le aSf er'ni~ny I am very much y' RCvA.. pl-o' and gidesnnme h i "Wwn it I e
maada. 7h unnmtw ulk Yfth.ea ceproiatrefrsm emplyee







munnitnotifedetodo so
,-.h, ..,, Tomorrow's Churc ge .o, I ,

a- 1 t whhi thr whrrh a :!o two gi land ash Nnra s r too ma 2 Th Secrtary Stae dishes to have the fV erTB
ht-dr '~,f 'a Aa y sueerhave acros the middle o the bridge or i- irlt ge ha .oaded gi- lon to assist him in estimating the amMi-
tfh ,iy er t hod The; s':ainbled dere but the p.\vj. v'r Vold abwut acconmcxiation which will be require durRing the fln O
be-ti sent o took up their poito nd hit beore he Ca'-d mt a terIination of hostilities I un trope : l
AS a Paren( i have no objection hel on They absorbed heavy D-day-tba- dd' o; d' or die Th ubro m*wowl&b cO~5
ho e y schilr en working li te casualtes 'riOer the ham ow The gliders had to get Hn They a
anye. aistanc(e frche wel- the y n rhan Inem dat NorIn d c Sog tte number of those who will be una cpafla
tinne n, the chool, oe r of ai sl or-.n sed nm B utp rel. tne sir *sp or- a nd the number of women and children. -
r of the school w Och. Incident- ,Nother porar.ps w r nt o .Ted agan st trees and crashed aIhn- em realea m
Daoy i 'h l o thte d ,oiint .fortunate T ey ia a rom to ditches Hardly one or the great tbl The detinaion to which transportation illl;
..... e.. had: 'com 111 m u gan
i ,haein he past g n vr gnatd drop Tone to land singly aerial fleet wa.. anything but and the natialy o the tendt W
much assistance to the school and I and In pairs over a wide area matchwood when it came to a
S tl rendering to t all that of strange country. Shooting tart- 'op. ( The reason for which th i i
In my power. There are other par- ed before they landed. Man of I On crashed with al Ith occu- Ioanta s to whether retunas w i
,#'"--- -we.areless T
ts who are helng considerably their parachtes wer riddled pan already dead from machine- u
wlth their own haria the build- automatic tire from the grou -O gun aGre. Another landed squarely (dS The nature of tranrkort reuiured-whether
ing of a shed for -he school, which Some fell the Iast few yards like ho front of a German field piece seansd 81r pasages. I ^th atterwhicBh a
Iw very much overcrowded, comets, their billowing parachutes and wse blown to bits Mortar shell ney wil be a.
The Ape Olfelds, Ltd ha e fied by trac bullet.ike fam expo and shaltrw arorond
hr, aEitin all alon with trans- Att2 of freedom they stood on other. But they got n with some t The onn t Is r
porting manure for the school, the sudden flelda of horoandy and of the occupants dead. So M In-e r of r ce, the reum stiog of -rsual
elde grivinit other materials for fournj until they fel or escaped ba the Pbyt heat rrivSa y l 2rlcltS2?l S., of f td 'Iobsgo nof
school rounds for the comfort to lon their battle mates. rtem wer e alive andgreadylow gti.td Ifor SSS1 thi rmme. atud ents who ob3
of the pupils By ones and twoi they held off ThsceOisowasfinteaisM u nd2he? ilog th P d led ^ shou lap
fAnd what about th pupsGu theard the enemy to make their silent way s;baniatrateaitorne peoup i ivedfheyt o the Directr0o attan u earl aS
v#s? Are Iahen not expected tO along hedges and through Norman- the hedge Mid ditches to stalk Ma -.t f ilbe i the ssoytBntepoassenger
eanm and practise leading a corn- dy'h ever-preven ditches Whm their enegy.p-iThe Star Weeklyls OS f r tas hiedf In rpe and&hsbov tetos the
mlnioy life? --oa the Corit I
P *T^ Cao Tomrruoar ChrhSrvcs^ut^
ruajnr li opostio WtheWS- neoraly ndapprenv~nd4. I en to Isw sed thtapo eph~er thatgtee Scetl
childatireoftheldmhatd ifbeheowwhreh f








aeh7o to whc he wou' Soli his ANGLICAN PRESBYTERIAlN i^3laoy tie I"~^ tK Is bengmde
h~leveth wrte ofthebo e lndis lr be o hesea aa'd air tr. a "iprttWSdrn









schl t arhe thewothld rs are to accura eO 1wa s!h e 0na. oseVeking t CUf CH 0' ;. OTAi. be ri e bej ailthatbthe. eqir

I t- NOOK I OHAmeDm BAITlSiT V.then
SipaofaRoad. S' JO Pi l!5 C*4 d .4 d plunged. KR In









| d 5lthth, 31 pe Ia I ds OMAN CATHO SlC avethe
Death -.^ ,.e MM^*c~r ^D 5*5y5__Ac>to3
Thufend aommn anner*^yCHR4 F .5gv a.^X^S~um. 35^^ pa.ii---li----l--^
YoFufpt tan end to pleasure and 5 ld-L' .J S ms* 1 t pain, * eareawyuh l t the. cme a-a. oA ded is
Yof walk by night, you war hbyvea rosa Scomdt ,o *wricwl aree th 1 *ht were to hold.. hev ,,,mbe de4 but !he. piki-. wL tol abu required du inth AM











You eome l a then In the #410gt *1*7 hev s 15 aU. waSd,te i of^ hotlitie s in
A ss apaen Ihve noia ou sum on thelda on EThe bODIST 13.5. 3da-t- a7a," *S orViCe


dY owd. y summon the MEN SAfliC:
ou .m out the weak, you kneck a a' ReK C m.OV A a ". T
You tread the pt of pegasnt,. T. epew, a. 3. 1= wy M I
os et A ytthcrwe _am, ,*.ut .p. ce- '-,et" PO.,I a. l.;
prince and "- ; '?- W- Costs
I o'etvway to the grave? 11 am. s. x Ras. 92"s"7.1& gsP.m., VtIt"At n. d, V a.1_6Cs s L v
But. not the end of everthing. P~.".. tlmrs of &*ddsmm masMa U-9-P3*?3gw, i
- NOL?5.LA POmWN'wv. ouAA o4W S" 1 Ce *gt by.crw a t CgscPa _____"40__
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0 TOTAL PROCEEDS FOR

BRITISH RED CROSS INVASION FUND
Presentation by

U. Cmdr. (E) C H. HAYWARD, RN.V.R.
pftsMM MR% WSt lenbu tMM UL


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_ _D_ GUI_, _,,rAAN'SATCUAT, JLT 11, IN4.


siS destroy Pershing Meets de Gaul/e


.- HIUOrO PA- tl





I ofn oud lkay jfila fo *r s<
win Ow tie awity

to-P bo n the orth whereW


Fsu% as15 we attackIn ona
front- agdappaentl th Ie-


I a onet f ....a..
ary groua s had t W


Sliin 25 miles of Kauna, withi
*mlsof Brat U~tovek. fortress
Sthe ue River. and withi 21
is of at Pr Iah .
bi apd in the norf th where
Riflanis Were attsckng an ae
front aaftnt the Niemten
-UMe between Grodno and
MSWm I one of &ft- Sit&&_


m y and grops h pre waed




g&m dead Gesrlman. AI -
5U e tSwere captwrd.
I trmtilones of athe s, within
ial and thof re Utis k fortress




les and L thusnanias were me-
ted. Thue despat.h A wtnl 21
lWof FAAt Plaxsli.



im aJs were oal Of the it
n e i had ac war tar be-s





Police Trap
dimiand Iurudd Ma.





Victims Fineda ad
Actn -g i the apamity ofi d






t.nodat. d Tmans. Ato -r,






h~is services at the dinpo
ofme whoam he thoot.ht wore
t werho ere however.
Satches from represented







as on who was caablme
iestn rumcton of they felt li
""rand thousands of RustoM.
and r thuanians wem ark-






Ntd which wdesptcen him to
s w off evre toul to put not
lice but td l b arman oJe







BU MCO who sold
Plce Trap






ictim s eFined aine
Acting in te capacity of decoy
B tt knowing it, Austin bhuyi,









Frmatlon ars as a result el
gt of ub-I~nWsptor St Louis
a his series at the dU Po-





paItrmlIng the streets for
ifml w of drw g tho atten-W






of prsetive touts..Gooert
bnot t comw we however
d as e who was capablent
Q[Aftfaun ram2 U they felt like|





trret, ueda withem express
WAS which was given him to
an.M off eventually to put not




hto self but whe bather theman o
S in tml of drink ad I-oub.
wtin h M.owllingn who oid




other past orde the P he re-
e* while to abotel where hebuyin
I an unlicene whdeh er was
Pmamcgiton &rops a* result ot




ndg over when the pol Li ap-





Mo~ollin denied having sold,
SGobert said he did not buY.
tnoersparouncthe Wteets for




elptpg for thewl marked mtten-
Gobert asked him tout. have it
nanot 1009i comn torwa-dl.




n fd hi tm and She did ACe-
itreeti for previous possescn of

adte th men who had it




and whom he met near
beothel put of hole c he re-
them te n botel where he



b able to whiy a ch auffeur was
ear they had en police p-




Simisalon by Jar. Louis Whitr-
defence counsel d at there
MUo evi dence that MCving sold, a
employee et tsaid he h did not buy.




titled to sell, was' overrule by
magistrate who helarked monthat the
Wua hnis possession. Ucoollin




Ier on h im to prove have wast
lcdfor him and he did so. Ac-




tltled the men who h Isellt
rlBlyand'whom he met near
(ahtlasked him tooblige them



y ing B ote so that theymb





aids Continue
NDON, Jule toy 14 ( chauffeur.





re flying bombs were launched
SoUthern Eiagland last night.
c.day and some reached the.
son area during daylight caus-
Mdefence counsel $>at there





da evine nd casualties. Ras.
employee at ts she h. down a number
titled to sell, was' overrule by










ftbot 'planes both in the day-
and gistrat nige who held that thet.





.A British minsweeper also had
sin the Channel when Iwts





crew fired five rounds and
Flying bomb to peces.
aidds Continue




f eNDON, July 1a (fRterA.. s-
Swith flinghter covbombs wer attacked
cng sites in northern Frlanice



,caine back without loss.
today and some reached the



On are launching s daylight caus-d been
maed le and becasuale, they said,.
S lots s now a nreater range.






KINGTONJul 13(CP)--Fur..
I tmot 'planes both in the day-
peand at night.
|A British minesweeper also badl




S t h e and farm workers have
crew aerica fivce Mroy and an-
Sa fying bomb to pieces. I
This afternoon, a1A.t. Lances-
With fighter cor attacked
tChing sites In northern France
To, Me back without loss.
.s-y the German radio said
"the launching sie Ia Iee
Od ^inland because they =said,.
*robot now has a greater range.
WORKERSERM


6earlt (ach se edoGufle (left), leader or Se d Me Wdbaf d
CAnMoeaMee, a"a ma l Joha J. Pembtring (rigtt), l-ycr-old
Comm-denr atd World l ar I A.E.F., an July I. be the tafter's
auite at the Army3Li alter Be4e e H0 taW Sa Wa aUBtom, D..-
(A? pheto)


Bastille Day Chief Scout Dime
In Hierefordshire
| Al~af~lik~iCLONDON, July 14 4 RrIMI
Celebrations Boy Scot all over the world
will ..our dloea thewr
T ak Sa N ot - "& u atra l* <*
~ Sad 1 L fXnounced today of the Chief
Take Sad Note- 'Scout, Lord Somers at his
Some at Herefordsthlre. He was
57'. He became Chief Scout at
LONDON, July 14 (Reute .---In the beginning of 1941, having
Algiersa today. Bastille Day, Gen- been nominated by the late
eral de Gaulle took the salute at Lord Erden Powell as his sUC-
a march past of >reh a.ndi other cessor. He first joined the scout
a arch pmo ent tof rench and other nearly 2 years ago
Allied troops. This was the Gen- and later was Chief Scout in
erar fliAt appearance s&,e his Australia. Fr five years up to
return from America. 1941 he was Lord Baden
Bastille Day is the day when Poweh's deputy.
P r e n c h m e n c e le b r a te th e 11 u l j . .-. . . . .
the fortress that stood for tyranny I
and oppression. Today for the firit-
time in five years some of thi Iem
haw been able to celebrate open;) p R e is e
In IetroptNluta France, and, hlia
was more particularly moving, in |A j h I (ia
many cases the villages and towns In N e G uinU 44
concerned had been liberated only
within the past few daysv irom a ADVANCED A L L I E D HEAD-.
new form of tyranny Iaid opprXw- QUARTEtS, NEW GUINEA. July
ion. % II AP)-li was announced this
At the biggest town yet to be morning tiat American forces are
freed, Caen, a simple mililazNiiercel) resistming Japanee aitackt.
parade was held opposite a hospital near Aitape. Trapped Japinese
within range \sf German rifle-fire forces are attempting to fight
Ftve members of the French resist- through the Allied encirclement
dance movement were honoured with Parther west, Allied forms cap.
the Crotx de Guerre. ELsewhere in tr eSarawet, airdrome three milestp
liberated Normandy today, shops tod Sfar B arodtreeol
were shut and French flags were e of Malin Bsy aird-m on
flown. Allied troops behind the July 12 without resistance. Jap-
front linUes joined in some of theanese resitance in the Mal.D Bay
otebratools and Scottish troops area has coliespeed.
entertained the local people with The Initial Japanese drive In the
their baiiped.t Aitape area carried them across
MANY STILL ENSLAVED the Driniumo River, 21 miles mat
But with the greater part ol of Altape, but stubborn American
Prance and her people still en- resistance forced the enemy to re-
slaved the dominating iicte on iorganise. A total of 268 Japanese
this Bastille Day has brmn a aId has been buried in the Aitape area
one. since the current push began with
As the French Minister 1o the skirmishes on Monday. Naval and
Allied Governments in Britain air forces pounded the Japanese
put i today: "There are 3.WX.000 rear areas. Fighting is fluid In the
of our people In Germany now, Drinlumo River valley with the
more than half of them as forced Yanks asid the Nipponese on both
workers and the rest as prisoners sides of the river. The Japanese--
of war. How to iet them back to survivors of the Eighteenth Impe-
France is one of our big prob- rial Army-.tre commanded b
lem.." General Hatazo Adachl. Proceed-
Here In Britain the first French Ing with crafty strategy, he appar-
soil grasped by a French officer ently is attempting to brmak
as he leapt ashore on "D-Da"y through the American lines to
was today presented to Lord avoid further decimation of htW
Derbyt at a July 4ltth luncheon, tforf of 5,00C men from jungle
Wrapped In the Tricolour, the soil rou
was handed over by representa- .
times of the French National Corn- FREIGHTER SUNK
mitt" who told Lord Derby: "We Headquarters also announced
give It to you because you are that a ,0S-tona Japanese treihter
s10l# an ambassador of Anglo- loaded with men and ammunition
French friendship." Lord Derby sank In two minutes after being at-
was It former British Ambassador tacked bv Allied aircraft off Hal-
to France. mahera Island some 300 mIles south
This July 4th celebration Ws of the southern Philippine The
attended by hundreds of Fre-ch assault was on July 9. In other
flghtlnr men and one of them de- raids, bombers made their tenth
cleared in a speech 'If today we attack of the month on Yap in the
can see a regeneration of France. western Carolines and dropped 32
this is due to Britain When the tons of explosives. on Thursday.
Germans were over-runing Fpour of 15 intercepting Zeros were
France the British nation, led by destroyed.
Mr. Churchill, stood firm and our __-------------
leader. General de Gaulle was __
with him." 1-1


Union Officials See
Colonial Secretary
The "Trinidad Guardian" un-
derstands that the Hon'ble Errol
dos Santos, acting Colonial Sec-
retary, conferred with trade union
officials at his office In the Red
House yesterday morning when
matters in connection with unem-
ployment were discussed. ,
At the conference with the
Colonial secretary were Councillor
Albert Gomes, president-general of
the Federated Workers' Trade
Union, Councillor Quinton O'Con-
nor, the General Secretary and
Mr. A. 0. V. Lindon, the Indus-
trial Adviser.
The conference, followed submis-
sion by the union to Government
of a memorandum outlining plans
for meeting feared unemployment
crisis.
The discussions It is reported
lasted nearly two house.


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Normandy Invasion Lessons

Isure Defeat Of Japan

ft WES GXUAGHM4
SUFj= I AIED NEADQUAIRTS July 14 (AP-A p9oiai
Aftd i to tudy iut ltsu of t*he Wnandy invagi with t" vim
eto &alybsgt S bm a to the PtcEie has ared In ge ralthat the
sucsiiul ending against the moat strongly detended eow ita
the wor has nsured the defeat of Japan.
A .blib e we~r "It 1h-mee + .......... ...--
A %Wk 0or 69: 'tA "M en+Wla
C e thwt l bty the proper appeca-I
Sa ss, bae ad ar powe r t |he Tb.4
Ants CMa goeveelftiT ipix *<(, lD cIm ovrtsl
OMYe the cbhoo set sch e Japaen!
5 ader pper conlAluosa."I
caa o a large-cale Military D iv id
cam ign.' Ho was especially| D ivided
ebaMv wif thstadying the Mistakes
sMi. be the orgaaiatiom of 'On-
hM~w fthetoeM-f i OnH WallaceV
lo= = hf bc f lteset 55 learned! W
as ezpmde the old theory tat -h(a
a wrailp ctanot engage and knock By HAROLD OLIVB
out *sarM tteris. OvM old bat-1 CHICAGO. July I 'AP] -Vrlv
t)h- sailed I c loe e -- n k -Ck- 'A. Jl I A -Bi
i batteries whi le suffering.l arrivals for h Demot'ritu ni -
I t tontis h s r o vnttor, diivied Inwo
omly supericil damage tbes! l'enry wa la(* and atn-Wa]:Ace
sl]ves.
sinw sa. a2nt3;EWasJs- ae
Mtin bedmbe. were hurdled by MnxPs onV tie topmost ismu of f
the usie of fring raft and bomb-vie-p:'.'dr'tp at noena t.ion. TheY
ing which exploded the mnr.(,.'. IOanl. ,.i.S'.veC. united, howewr,
underwater obitaeles were over-' for a i,:mio: o.klform with a sturdy,
coam by the sheer courage and o.'.: poi.c: plank The twenty-
skill of the men. .;.n,;, riai \ conclave wi.i convene
A 24-foot rime and fall in the fide! (,n Wrinesda, to give Presitnt t
enabled these men to get at under-! Roo.eV('" his fourth -iom:nation. i
water obstacles at low tide, andi Mos (if th( plitf, m builders
although few places in the Paiftc cain un the scene during the day
will provide this advantage, the and a, an organisalon meeting de- i
Allies already have worked out ided o ..ar., p .b;c hearings on
secret methods of oveicoming thi& ed:ons.a
andicap. Toe platfo. m sizb.-ouirtte
On the 3tber hand Britain and' headl by rcesatmiv Jh
the Unit|ed State.s l arned they I. headed by reprsentative John
could not wholly depend on man- McCormack of Mavaclhmatta ai1
made devfes to overcome nature' represenlative Mary Norton of
whims. An elaborate and c.otly New Jersey. Word filtered through
pUa to make unloading, indep'n- that the natlc.ril convention chair-
dent of the weather came to naught ni-'.' M:. Robert Hannegan wil
wbho the worst Channel storm in &Iri' e tomorrow, possibly
40 years ripped the framework of with a tentative platform and the
the devices to pieces. l l ak word on Presidential wishes
Several amphihioiiu experiments for hias i uiinni mate. Failure of a
have been a much greater success pro-Wallace statement to mate-
than asticipatedt andt the Alliesa are ria.ise I. White House puzzled
keeping them secret for use in ttie -part\ members here. The vice-
Pacifi.c president . associatei In NNahinlf-
-toin ha- been preicting that
PridFrench Consulent Roe e velt would voike
French Consul Here prerenceoMr.Wallace.


Marks National Day
On the occasion of the Frenchl
National Day. the French Consul
and Mad&me Penian Gallast were
"at home" yesterday at their resi-
den-ce on Valleton Gardens.
In the course of an address, M.
Gallat took the opportunity of an-
nouncing the forthcoming appeal
to raise funds for we drive en-
titled "Le Milliard de en Liberation"
("The Milliard of the Liberation")
recently. initialed in Algiers.
COMMITTEE TO MEET
Ethiopian Flag Day Coimittee
will meet at the resiaence ofl Miss
Audrey Jeffers. at 22 Swret Briar
Road. on Monday, Jul, 17, at 4.30
p.m.
NOTICE

Tacarigua Local
Road Board
In acordLance with Sction S0
(1') and M of the Roakds Ordinance
Chapter 16 N, 1, it is hereby noti-
led that the ANNUAL ELECTION
of the above board will be held be-
tween the hours of g mM. and 12
noon and between 2prm. and 5 pm.
of Thursday' y 3th July. 1944 at the
tollowftn stations: -_
The. Warden's Office.-Tunapuna
The Warden's Oice,-.-Arouca
TMI Government School,- St.
Joseph
for the purpose of filling the seats
of tw Members going out of Office.
Candidates for Uection must
give at least seven (7) clear days
notice In writing to the Chalrma',.
of the Board before the day of
Election.


R. d'ABADIE
Assistant Wsrden. St. George.
Returning Officer.


Warden's Office.
Tunapuna.
5th July, 1944.


Tito Smashes

Nazi Attacks
IO ND(ON .iulv 14 iAPi Marshal
Titos communique reported today
thst the German offensive against
the Albanian guerrillas was smath-
d 11 said t tot Yugoslav Piatisna
deslriyedi ttwo German garrisons.
andi tetials in offensive operattions In
central and western Bonia. The
cimi"niQiie al. said that "Mihai-
lovich bands were aiding the en-
e\ 'oni a broad front in Serbia
lihe .seeonfd German offenrlsive.
launched m Ma) in Albania. has
ended.


TONIGHT


Select Charity Dance
AT -

THE PRINCE'S BUILDING
IN AID OF -
THE BARATARIA R.C. CHURCH
Music by
TOM DURHAM and his SWING MAKERS
Door Prize Bar Ices Supper


TICKE'Sr from Mim Y. Amman of Are *8udie. and
The New K won Tun Restaurant.
ISpace by courtesy of Lee Lum and Co., Ltd,
l IE~Immnamuuuuu mu~hluIlNm~m~mflmmn,5I.m,.rnwJ,

JOHNNIEI JOHNNIEI
Aye see bonny,
You're no makin' much today,
My son, my son,
We're mokin' none
For the Government has us crazy gone
Distillin' the stuff
Thet dopes the gas
They put in the 'planes
That makes 'erm climb
And shoot down the Heinkels
That Hermann built.

JOHNNIE WALKER

Bom 180 . Still 6in9 Str*"

W oam uetU a 10% meowl tise Pbiti#* OSWl
SIw9 fW 0he wamor rt.I.
With a#oiogiw to Ho wUad i A*SW


For mewsram"
APPLT
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milk for" you: bh.. Whi s ;ot et t t he a.N,, rodern
wrs --make bsbv'.j fonrmulas ;%h KI.TM, Stricter sOni-
tarv standards lanr.o he !muiud thin thste which aiilard
the purity and uniformil.v t of K1,IM.
Then ton. bemusr thpe irocis.sin o%1f ,11M makes fat
particles msIInale. KITM ts eaI ii dgtn t than ordinarv
milIt 11 s a safe, ncniishinr miA lhtl helps hbatite nw
sturdy and strong Pi K1.1M . toda).


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t ream. Its penetrating foam jcts into
crevics between your teeth a.d wa' es
away gemu sand deciving fx)d prai, I
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moft S um and torth decay. (olgaiee
atv th* teeth thoroughly and bilin-
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prepared that it can lel y be dAIsltI Wby 'I
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)NAL NOTES PA|e9


_ DAILY MAGAZINE JULY 15, I..


A f Trinidad

the Acting O oW r ad Ma. a"
i mV M jrcyon -bunday W-Omt "* whMi* lf -
a 0. X ucher. UA A. m?. sMA Ufim* W
ftOpL. and Mrs. Wilfrd AlUtos, the Veno -S -OW lab
i ftj@ 1W)> r Luis Too"l Nafiss. theFrenh OaMM *a" ANN
,-isdrl-dter Btoe-Rab55tS, the Chns1m0 OOMI end Mrm. tw.
an. ad MU L. L Mclntn, Mr. N*d MW C J ith, Mr. and
a X. ltugerld, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mackenie, Mrs. C. Arne.
I a A. paonwi,-chluol* and Miss Marle Plmer-Chtieola; MIN
b lft. ir. Prank Reworth. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Young, Mrs.
= Dmm at*. Mr. and Mr. Louis Spene. the Honbie Vernon Whar-
W A. U. Ora eand Mr. McDonald.
if ZZ "NLCY the Acting Oovrnomr and Mrn. Wright, attended
IND CopL X. ardin Clatrk. the A D.C, wr prus at a cocktail
br the Chief Justic arnd MsTg. Blackail ho Mr. Wright's
ni tC:i1 00 a
KhrMmtq nliht
ETRAMTfir paafrtger to Port-of-pain on Thursday was Dr.
ai stof o NOuMc. Venmuelas' Minister to Buenos Aires. who has
n- M'e ed by his Government for coinsultUon. On arrival, he
Imat b a r Carklo Roja., the VenentulAn Consul, and attended
odEkl party given by His Excellency and Mrs. Wright.
: @
we e d en th Merchant Nay Club on Tursday evening
Sw veT brig ht, and those who attended ea to hav had a
gh enloyable time. Paul Jones and t dance were arranged
e the music e&-ed a'l too soon at 10 45.
p Among those I saw there were Mx and Mrs. Bill Wade. Capt.
mv'Jmle. Capt. J Waliar, US. Army. Miss lanthe Guppy. Miss
e Dear, Mrs. Olga Pam. MLs Ena de Gannes, MIS Dais.y Scan-
Se Bttv Dow, Miss. Jean and Miss Peggy Ross: Miss Marion
SMalne An re par'an: Mr B. Simpson, Miss Babe Dasent, Mr.
Clr Mr. Georg* Proudloot, Mr. H. Knaggs, and Miss Noreen
S* 0 0
Ij II a t't'- 'aes'r,:dav from Mrs. Russe.'ll Richard tile for-
ur MIs Syl:! 5,'er. who ieft Trinidad wiLh her husband
iXottzn K to inske 7',r home In the United States. They are liv-
kR S-lNew York. b'. '% th time of writing. Mr Richards said she
.j her husband werr .'av :. O n A stt to his people in North Deko-
S Vnd *w"e coning i *rvn. there t. California
Mrs. R;-h~~- dsa,'s i.;vt wa& ,ffe'ed some attractive Jobs but had
Staxe-n a:, -fw r Sr .he lshed me to give her regards to her
W trendsds a r.i' ks t5slm to write her.
IL. J. MAPUI;IN anid her dalihter. Mita Joan Marsden. ,ho
X Ws oBt three weeks at Cacratwnk In Barbados, returned on
mml5T.?. They bhrh *'kK remiakaolyv fl, especially Mrs. Marsden,
had no txer-n ',o w,' l-fo:e lher holiday.
".Mr. Mgar Marrson. MTr. Mfvrsden's .son, who left at the same
IcW Barhadona, ret : nd v,,tertpiarv, aA he was, unable to get pas-
e on the same "plair ,I hlil niotiTr and sister.
OR les W of progruvnri at the recent local talent concert held at
-intep--Pierra (1h) pr)"d tc-I the stim of S67, which has been
the atlniers and M:. rnd Mliss Moore played mnouthorgan solos
oornert, which was seo soicrrssftl that It has been decided to
a tmtlAr onne Itt Srp'enmhr next.
, W IiMO W psa*ener^ -ravhin toid,l. for Grelaidta are Mr. andli Mr..
i Dcl D C i rtisation Flt'd thiri iwo children! Miss Violet Spen-
M r <( tinnllg's I'o ierI rut Nt lni t Tht v pln to
S lnlmtn for ttro w'pki and have remnd a btuigl,'w it OGrand Anse.
%&[U WIDiYRED AT\VWaI. Is, I tundt,'etand, giving a piano) recital
O the Royal Victotia Inutiil:te on Saturday, August 5 One of
Wk ghlfhti of the programme til be a piece by Bee hiven alnd
-iD -lov.ras should havet a IoiL s 'e.ta':liing eveillig.
C'^ 0
tIL, ALDFMN HIERN, senior elto.iwc aniatalt for ihe Emb..,sy itf
Sthe -ilnltld stait. In R4) tirde Jainelit, w.s soIing pasefilge!'s pass-
t hroutighh Tritidad on T'milsijay, li es on his way to Fort-dc-
ItvO Marttiiq where Ie will endavouir to develop the relatiors
Bptwen that French colony aild tihe United States.
4j71'R two weks in Barbados, Mits Angela Long returned yeaterdaY.
Long together with her brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs.
*iny ,g stayed at the Hotel Hastings They were entertained
1 Ms. "oTL's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Imptage, at their beautiful
e Ipoue Belvedere, on several occasions.
SRecen ly, Miss Tong spoke to her brother. Mr. Ken I-ong, who
h the Signal Corps in Canada Mr. Long is doing exception-
f Wol. Hn got. very high marks In hi.s examinations and haa
Spboxtng, winning aoeral matches for his unit, for which he
K : thr medalst and several prl7,es.
1A SO 3r 20 ileet Air Arm boys from Piarco went, to porest Reserve
an f o dnetlny afternoon at the inolatilot of Trinidad Ieaseholda,
Thev were rnterlalnet to tea on arrival, and then made a con-
o tnur of I he nillfeld ifter. hicih they went to Foresit Reserve
EL ), whm w fllplt a I.r, cluh tlelinlt'rs had gathered to meent them
Smake en, wpl. -mr.e One of the visitors played the piano for
n In hth e'.,r.'r.e joined, until about 930 p.m., when the
sMluMiantiv depnited.


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Care Your Household Goods;A." ll GLOB Df Sag r


They Are Difficult To Get I D-
hrOnidad -MB s hould A b haw l kitchen Pride thew daym,
wbtbw they w Pud of the ir kiten or not, ho very u l ult Todoy --D-DAY;
eocsmsm Menh aS eroekrya, eatery. saucepfnS. and baking tins,. have
o so marem and dfle W to replace that we must cherish and LK.O's Mtl
sir for what we have, and band" them with care.
110iie6ery should bsb tt the brisi are tree from
aw"ROoks screwed' pressure.
=0t he of shelves, In- A couple of long nails knocked
stated of the outside e ,ec.is a sen. Into the wall or the bnide of a
11 0 Mthod 1a keeping those pre- cupboard door about three tnchesJ
cil culpls well out fthe way Of apart will Sup rt the hed of a
biIS^ 1 broom so that the handle hangs
A Itlexetra time and carn taken down: scrubbing brush and nail
Over the W g of ktchn w s brushes should, of course. be laid
will keep H""b" 5 *60 the on their sides to drain and dry out.
mnmu. It Piles OfPates-. These useful hints will he ,lp tO
andm M .a recs are e .dnththe prolong the life of those kitchen
chisa moretgethlr, ks and and ouseheold goods which are
e" are morelikely to appear, now gettingg so scarce and utn-
For waahing specially fragiUele obtainable that they are almost
china. glassware, vases, etc., try becining household goods.-J D.
grandmother's ole-fashloned m ..hod
tof laying a folded cloth in the bot- = =
torn of the wash bowl; It is a sound _
Idea and good commonsense / /
Look after your cutlery, too. Ch ar it D an. JcL e, # t,,[,,.
Do not. of course, put knife handles h -ar ta c
in water: It loosens them. amid they nt ,;dI, A
will have to remain unrepaeired un-. To t nIN gh
til the end )f the war. s "
Keep knIlves. forlks and spoons I U
separately in a box or drawer dl- The Prince's Building will be the!
vided in ectlons: this saves time scene of a charity dance tonight -The "Chin Up" i
as well as lots of wear and tear on frcm 7 o'clock to midnight., -
your cutlery. as you do not have to The promoters are Miss D. Yip = ^llJtiB
turn over all your stcck to get at 1oi atnd Mr K. Ammon. and
one particular item. the proceeds will go to the Bnra-, s
The best way to wash dirty cut-i tara R.C. Church. r m
lery is to collect it and leave il. uto Tickets must be paid for In Rh ,th 0fF RY
soak in a jug half filled with water advance and there will be a door. A wit nUM
while the ordinary washing up isite re . pe - -
proceeding, and you will find it is Chop-suey and other reeresGLOBI
much easier and quicker to wash ments will .'e on sale and a well-' 61LoB
and get reall clean stocked bar will be capably run. loday, 5 & g.30-M-ARIA
Saucepans should be put where __ ____ AL BABA A
the air can circulate freely among Extra-
them. Take care during cooking, x n.
not to let the food burn inD iar sauce- T d S a ''lllllllllllllllllllllllllll
pans. This is easily avoided, but lllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllll
each time It happens the life of Dance at Portuguese Association ,
the saucepan is considerably 830 pm. T O D
shortened, and it Is better to useI Informal cocktail darce at Na-
too much liquid in cooking than1 parinma Recreation Club, from SIMULTANEOI
too little, a.s you will find the new 7 pm ni
saucepans, made from war grade Daince at Trinidad Country Club = .
enamel, are not nearly so tough or Dance at Perseverance Club.
so serviceable as the old pre-war Tea party, Pasture House, San l
pans. Fernando, 3 p.m !ll
Baking tins, frying pans, or any Mid-month informal dance at I
other kitchen utensils made from Polnte-a-Pierre Club, 9 pm. to nid-
tin. Iron. or steel, wlien not In re- night. T.L.L. Band will play
gular daily use. should be given a Gi ta
light coating of grease to pre*elit --. 6 5
mnuting. \
Wartime tinware Is especlaltl T^ Prty
prone to rust. in thL declinate. and Tea Party For Mosque
should be carefully wipedi after use 5
and left in a warlI plIace 'I) diy A tea part will be given'today
out thoroughly. If possible, it froln 3 to 6 p.m. at Pasture House,
slihouild be also racked in a dry home of M*. U. A. Rahamut. The
place: over c ie kitchen sink is nut function is it aid of the San Per-
* advisable as it is sometimes the nando Prince Albert Street Mosque.
dampecs place i", the whole kitchen, and everyone is invited.
Brushess anid brooms are so scarce Miss lDina Sumadh. who Is f /
these dal's that they canll almost charge, Is very busv with her coin-
be cotinted as blessiIIgs. so. there-l mittee makilIg arranRements, and a /
fore. Inever stand a broom on itsi very pleasant eeIniing should be n111 =' '
hair or bristles:t it .shli
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A.F.A. And S.A.F.L. Games Start Today

]ern League Tourney 123 Animals D. Bsrlowe Among 'A' ClasG
Underway In City Nominated Aces To Ride At B.G. Sports
t.. soccer will be ushered into Trinidad tnis afternoon For. Boers Darrmgton Barlowe, former Barbado cycle champion, now
outbm tWkodis, the 8.A.F.L, and B.A..A. will plenty ] -- y'omlclled hre, and who shattered the L. E. Hasles' Trinidad three-
will btehe norIther KA. alen their ian animals D ha bterti miles cycle record of 751 1-5, at the T.A.A.C. Intercolonial spors in
wd the Northern SAW5g wUl gbegin their season In nfoinaitZ for the Breeera to be
+ 4-"-ru n on Decem 26 at the TTC May to set up a new mark of '.4S 1-5, will be among the many
A,.L. seasn will stat c r S t mlRac. athletes who will be leaving short y to participate in the Brltish
Majority of nominations are oft-
6 match in which United hl T lV springs ot the noted ltarbados stud. Guiana W.I. Olympiad carded for August 7 and 9.
their all-conquering cham nP- a U.T.G.. there being seven, W row, n t ,
oJ11, will oppose R'TheRest' a b N r Ihere are nominations from eyle bunch will be one of 'rn-.Int
is ouh Caibn r" cycle bnhwlb one of Trini- t i tyrj-ers at he August r
Sbuldi Caribbe ariFa Sm Nortf British Guiana. Barbados and dad'. ace wheelmen, Geor.ge Terry, Ol'mpiad at Thomas.
M nd. *b4 Grenada. who ham been a keen rival ofr tie George Baker. top-notch spinter
ri; s wear eI grMoedthen JMr. Lionel 0. Treatrail's 'Ambl. Barbados .tar, and the preen" who won all th, flat event, he en-
"j g y e r in 1 4 !wh e ni nhe yt e r x, a al h | o .h e 1 0 0 2 2 0
Fleet Air Arm, the T'.A.- Sh Iu ri ion' by 'K.P.'-'Scoop the Pool.' Trinidad cycle champion Mikey ter(d n art Balaios nthd 10 220e
ea mpion for m, the ChishoTm a Mr. Wilfeld H. Scott'i 'Skylight' Fernandez. and 440 Vards races and hae been
iby'Sunwave-'Vidella.' Champion cycllsts of yestor-year, haring honour all along in the
,#M Sportlng Club in the P.A. sprint races with (le
'inal, and The Rest' are ion'ble George de Nobriga's Victor Chung and Laurie Rogers, print races with George L'wis,
willbe gai andng netaeTomI widl be m eaqrtn strides with the
lower their colours. The opening ruby match of the Enchanter' by 'Retigouche-'Py. will be again riding on the Thowrn he
t ol WIN.season will take pace today on the thonisse. nOval track, twhichse tno newrey t- th. ANo.Ispi inter. Cpl. Franklin,
FS FAVOURED TO WIN Queen's Park Savannah at 5 p.m., Mr. J. V. Coelho's 'Timoshenko' ag ground to these two former at the Augu Olvrpiid. while.
when a team from the H.M.S. Den-b KP'Eevao. stars. A. Hall. the middle' disetance'ru n-
when a te f^rom th! H.M.S. en- by 'K.P.'-'Tilvanos.' ner, will be tan against the Mud-
the Ineluglon of Eric Pitt bow 'wil play against a Carlbs- Mr. S. H. Kinch's 'Sunspot' by Thomats O'Connori wl ho will alstot andera' w cil Carait t
ISnln'~~e make the trip, will make it 1, total landers' ace', Carter.
Reserve gnoidlkeeper), J Ca- North side. a l W w' D b Trinidad A" ca c Thomas O'Connor. one of thf "A"i'
wing f of ForestThis game Is to givean-ofive Trinidad "A" class cycstsi I
wing hal, also of Forest ha st e nMr. T. W. Otway'a 'Declslon' by to compete for honours at the B.G. class cyclists, together w th Hall.
G.Ouy. ex-Ranblers' full bacl k, lon of what strength is available 'Mill End'-'SaradeUla.' .ports, apart from those to be ae- wl" hBe P 'ntne the Trinidad
Slastseason's cup holders, are In the city teams to meet the pow- Mr. Lionel E. GiOlttena' 'Nylon' by leeted by T.A.A.C. Couit Bittery at t. Olympiad.
to register their first 'vin erful sides that the Fleet Air Arm 'O.T.C.5-'Celanese.' In the "B" section will be Ellis Also among those to attend thle
when they oppose can field. M. Uionel E. Gittens' 'The Ayah' Glasgow, at present doing well in meeting will hep Mr. A. N. Alerxan-
shield winners of lat The Benbcw ide will take a by "O.T .C.'-'The Brown Ayah.' this division .de'r. sports supervisor. and during
,,in 'he B.A.F.A. opener at great deal of beating, and will Mr. C. Lloyd Trestrall's 'Priority' Other Intermedinate class cintes- his stav Mr. Alexand-r will discuss
a. Park today. show up any weakness in the op- by 'Tyrrelese'-'Barmaid.' tants will be V. Moore, P. Newton sport problems with the B.G, au-
d's line-up is unchaned., posing team. Mr C oyd Trestralsra 'Cockand V. Etienne, who will lead the Lhor tea
for their Inside right, where Carib-Northern team will be- Mr. C. Lloyd Trestralouche'-'CParoquetck' a in the cycle even t.
ph lalls will be replacing Boon, Nicholson. Bowen. Wakefield, Robin' by 'Restgouche-'Paroquet' pace Ionald Bai the cycle, ranking amongts.
.a Melville. Dougdale (capt.), Simp- Mr. B. A. G onzales' Granted' by thbt Baileranking he Colamonyg
5eld, who slept everything son, KIrby-Turner, J. Simoson, 'Sanctlon'-'Polly Gray.' and who has returned the splendid.
_therm in tlh first round Tuck, Mouttet, McCartney, Me- Mr. C I.Gonwles' 'ruition' by time of 94-5 s"cs for tlie 100 toy"r.-d __
jut season, will have a hard Kenzie, Milne, McWilliam. 'Sanctlon'-'Tutti Fruitti.' event at B.G. but had not met
con.,amJ. O.T.-Pierninte. ''H' bywith much success at the Inter. ~E
to register in the nets this Mr. Phil Walc.tt will referee the Mr. J. G. Fernandes'Hello' by with muh ucsat Bie Inter m
Men. game.O...-Pete, colonial sports at the Oval will be
will plavy:-F. Pitt: W. Al- Mr. L. I. Mthlas' 'Penny Seran-colonil pt a te Oa ly
e, Mr. Guy; C. Daniel, K Ha re-- ade' by 'Penny Pte'-'Nebula.' - ^ _[
caballero: C. Charlow. E Mrs. Ranglall's 'Maharajah' by Maple
MT. I.ark, D, Charlow and Cap Prize *Oology'-'SushileM p In Eli-Jay
uls. J. Alleyne reserve. Captain's PrHonle J. D. Chandler's 'Sun- w1i0l
wi msy. L, ^ ,io : Golf Tod ay oMr, 3. Herrera's 'Bellhop' by Final Tomorrow
Be n, J. Kennedy, M. OriPe: C. O.T.C'-'Lady Mary.' Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
te, S. Baptiste, L. Brewster, The Captain's Prize competition Mr. W. E. Julien's 'Dincing Mas- SAN FERNANDO, July 13.-After . .
gals and A. Kennedy. will be played off this afternoon at ter' by 'Lightfoot'-'Carbo.' scoring a conv.n.Ing victory over ... ....
OlD-VLA CAthe St. Andrew's golf course, Mara- Mrs. N. S. Emberlscos' 'Sweeper Police on Stiday, Maple will be up t i t know that
vORD-ViLLA CIASH val. the Third' by 'Sunplant'-'Brldes- against Toll Gate in the final for Itlisgoodtonowta
'rhlrty-leight players have taken maid.' the Eli-Jay cricket cup. at Skinner the antiseptic you use
rn League will set t\ %; entry and a keen battle for hon- Mr. J. K. Edwards' 'The Rasper Park on Sunday. i both eficient and
,in the city this afternoon uurs Is expected, bv 'O.T.C.'-'Alwin.' Toll Gate, winners of the "A"
Bradford-Ashton Villa clash Following is the result of the Mr. Fred Almandez's 'Maystone' division, -played unbeaten through- safc. Foroverfiftyyear",
ILeague's ground near All draw which took place at the St. bv "O.T.C.'-'Denmay.' out the tourney, and will go all out Listerine has brought
Church. Andrew's Club yesterday afternoon: 'Mrs. 0. P. Bennett's 'Easter Joy' to give their opponents a beating. millions usr J
JF. Camacho, the N.A FL by 'Tom pearson'-'Meads.' while Maple will be depending on \ ts millions ouser'
t will kick-off the ball at STARTING FROM FIRSI TEE Mrs. K.umsden's 'Valentine' by J. Remy and Samraj to bowl them that assurance. For tihe
jock.'KpBateLs.tovcoy oesO m'td.al
are last year's second 2.00 p.n.--I. V. Salvatori T. 'K P.'-'Battle Lass.' to e victory doTens of o t daily
ahapins Toin______________Toil (;ale will be selected from: u in pr~omoting
a tmpions. Tob p in .- -. McOe v Maor Atwell, H. Phillips, S., M. All, C.n nl
-Vllatokaath. F r am.--V. Moo,,, v ,ajoriN Ramsamooj, H. Ratnsamooj. 8 hea t h an art
m Danhp. vs F.ht a C.M. cntyre MarineSqu eOttley, M. Ali, B. All,iB. Phillips, it doesl work CL-
t week's fixtures are 68 2.1 0p. -C. M. McIntyre H. A. Mohammed, B. Sboo and R. ;
P Alc ou leaR suts Phillip.ti.cya, al.
4 er17-Dauntles vw Night- 2.m15 pl. L. Taurel v Dr. G. Doubles Results Maplel l will pla: B Raphael. A ,
*nferee, Mr. K. Laughlln. Campbell Ellis, MI H lilliare J Remly. H. Mo- ........
y 19--Eagles vs Siwell; 2.20 p.m. R, Sellier v K. Gold- Harold Nothnagel, Trinidad ten- zack. F. John, Samuraj, S. DooGno-
H. Ward. smith nis ace, with A. Farfan as his p.,rt- singh, B, Sookrain, C. Johnson, A,
'11---Strollers vs Crescent,; 2.25 p.m.--J. 0. Morrin v R. D. ner. triumphed over T. McUean Cnandas.
H. Yeates. Urquhart and P. Pllmmer in a match in the -
2.30 p.m.-F. N. Pogson v B. H. Marine Square Lawn Tennis ..- --
v = : --Rose Doubles competition played yester- PHILLIPS MILK THE SAFEl
4 ieSan Juan P' -B Mrriv Robinson Another win was scored by A. OF MAGNESIA I
I -$ nJuan F. 2o=.3pm.0..MrrnvCt.dy
2.40 p.m.- W. 4. Ward v Capt. C. Agostini ind A. Davenport over C. WT
0.L a T Adams McKenzie and A. Woods. *
iu oday .K2.45 p.m.-J. H. Reid v R, 0.
'ma onan Hillte MATCHES TODAY A large consignment of this
t -Juaon Bonanza Inter- Famous Household Remedy I-
!AI-flnal will start this STARTING FROM 10TI1 TEE DOUBLES hand snow available Colony. ----
w11 will be concluded to- 200 p.m. P Rebeiro v R. 0. T. SchJolseth and H. Nothnagel public. Consult your nearest i,.[
aS"W Crosbie play L. de Vaux and 0. Monies. Druc Store,
m.JConnolly play E. Forjonel and-E. Llanos. Local Agents-
2.05 pin.- V.M.D ackienv D. JCavn d
Woodbrook XIT To Play 21t0 p .m-A. V Mcrackn v U J. N. HARRIMAN AN T I EP T I C I
At-.Si Juan Tomorrow 215 pm-in W. Hill v R. S. Grell FURNITURE FOR & Co., Ltd.
2.20 p.m-Capt. A. S.Hahnn v SALE .... ... ----
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ppun'd in a friendly football E. Grell 1 Crapeau Dining Room Suite, 1 .
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TENNIS TONIGIT Se Us0 ay Lich TableI Linen Chest Robe, 1 .B
%A= TENNS-TON.C.,,T Semi-Finals Toda .1 roeT1^ %r V^^\WA^
'A keen duel is expected whvn Cyp Wardrobe, 1 Three Burner : k
dla Club's powerful outfit clash Trinidad Guardian correspondentt Florence Empire Stove. 1-i Roll -
With Hurricanes in a friendly table SAN FCRNANDO, July 14. Four Chl. Iron. B argains All liken
SANauEN tournament at the nu alv.iron. -- Bargains All like
lfbrcs tonight, s at th India teams lihae qualified to play in the New.
I n dia C lu b wll tila : H P a Tie^ l
clock. it 8 semi-finals ot the Rahamut Second
i-doca Club will )lav: H. PandavClass cricket competition tomorrow Apply : 118s.Abercromby Street.
lay Caratall and Brothers Estate, Phone : 7353 or 5981.
-crt.) Noble Srarkar. P. Rmp1'ir- who tied for top position in the .
.4, D. Ram'keesoon and 0. Bal- 'B" division will play on Brothers SIHORT NOTICEp
Leo with F. Khan as reserve. Estate ground. while Youth, win-
7Hurricanes' E. Moses (capt) EtaeSotnAwLeYotswl
IlW. iackshaw. It. itetcher ners of the"A" division will opposeSALE
#Md11. Fl. ReserveF.Lippmn Marabella R.I., who headed the
nd B. falt. Reserve F. Lippnan. "Csection at Skinnier Park. By Instructions received from
Sid B. Ofner. .the Hon'ble T. Roodal. I will sell
liv Auction at my offle 298 Prince -
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dad............ d I K" sudhed wi|h TermA of Sale-
d:++I~hremm~waiaeu a.nd hlaerl : :Buildingpemse wtnmust be frtnremoved from~dy o t s m ~
Do n li i ~dd' Kidaej Pil f rom date of purchase. 0 she

nswsper and bought i Cah at th. fall of the ham- Q
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OrUSN'him nol-in1 aleaptoon M'qpoelbl or 1. U..., San F. SC OT T BU SH Eon






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iound i"*Bl nd and Ihnlo, fine'' ndt l+ n t re .t.eStr at In*Pli. ' pa'J Jul y sIi uN-l)R NH I BcriAtteronhrl|phf forrs. mtryt Wife H 1,t aJ 1 roeNtion -Unoe July o1 19 n4. T 0









SS~~~i~~oS^^^^^~~AN Ap- 010.000.%." qquareo^-^ t"r;^" io ~n4.ru^dB"**>-** ftes4 Claim mutfa bepr. Sh;n
ar eItftI UrSSPrkF,~ t ei n.. . l-*-" + ..^R..^>i!:^ ^ '" It^cmlOrt at "Gene' Vl, M. nd "* Kmt Reehlen+. "etw $3,00 JOO. lA-N- MN e A, 000 Oo
-i F IER T R Ir)R SALE FeetL Kahle fic s land tha It do; n hol
BArht' 1u1-t+ "AZZ 4tM -----u .1 5 '. d 1 reph-( d rrenslosil Pfur an.ll redb la between the firs anld Ci js C
POULTRY & s I"t "uf Pr"II0' l'"d'l *,'t Aedta 070TE TO RENl 'PRon 12l g J uealy feet Mr. le ISho LAd adl> llnni W arren --July oy her.i l hef my d abl
S.1", on a* -lid 11W, o -ti l* l V, 1. It gl Wn Ar Thny. VrINto,. 1 r i ct >. l, r I.i High PUinr identI area' cotnddi July no.
TRIO PK C S I J 1 3;r it 37, Pw *n1 r|ilil1r- tKNOLIHHMA 1 o WANTE o tStree 'Irm C nd tonl the, t p Brl n fid those of T oth- AAI LTON T U ESTN H ERU L SY ll tA" b
eraffol street. lnetl n 1 R"t6lt MR. IPnply -, o; Huai- Oerlr, FlR,"A IS P., upts. -rialn, FO r . ..l Pa r EB Ioar i S '+0 o + ,,rI Mo. ,b. af,. Buth. p brd NO 15 ( U rol
"S MM Or it. Jugmn1u1tnt. b rf 'Jgreei 'R'us. M se,, O ne he e. t Bargai Of Illill ootlne Rl 5lT
,LEGHOR N |tICPK MY.. , IN a u hllI" INiier M c, Oa J l,,artrH Ieho u n S Jul, i n Stre t a n H St2nn If M', r 8tY NNl.







llflt. nM fl." anO wth. p........ It n loy r" AN[D T wl"f^.IIUI ,AM,^. LRD.n It oU. E, Mayll ro .ll l.d ......l. O heu r fry at twr *..." Sn ll hrh -, ly~ bd..Jl 211 8e V % HVu.i ROADL I+
v c N"s'eolSvias N,11,;IIl itAn, I" albod e a.r"l.-J Tow Clr stvinl C~ae nM rggl







W ft t1 t*?<" F*t+te BlPrpilllKote rn hndvl (N, *trt1 WOANITK T h' i ,^ H nu.,h *l to ; T* AND' PL S LN krl* "'"'IA "1* I -q l $14i-o~" il!- -- u d u t
edict -Jul lt" "rtt'' .... wI- tl* t"r- I, --r "Sunny inr'bbe g" FO R l II ptrtcul .t ftre et O (* L hoe. ALE PUBL IC toh l at notif ed h Tn
Dial 146t; Kcr -.)ll 21 Cruz Ol R,,a fn It Li Veeuea- am i, loge une the care an htc 6a Fernando. Lamp,
pair' tro 12 %%, 43 j1 is RADIO Glr-dadltnel t- p.Ieb 8 --o ir III, Aire tht helan hcndow b hy road wth Plao e of i eusbn Edward, Rel ont-A and
earn C IRrv, C lore Iu I&t NR K LA f V M(d ,ric hn Mro v t h t l~ ti Reor Pic "it An i Al' t t Ni' ....l "n set"i+1
VA E +. ft& nu rS ', )b t . . .. .. ..... iJIN- 16, anv de bt or debt sr c t byehnm.







ah ?, F PE IN WI CK. \ITt A FORHAD 1 E pSIt-l-o OA I 1 _V-1- R^l l s-,, le1,I 3 ar R 131 ere fF
It Jlle IIS.-enRS A a l l ----- ;TT f O.'Mtn e+ Lag NPl R OM fr r 1. ) y )n Road Be' Is Poat-at-apri a oner rE.
S1 E KIN 1 C KV. 1. Yor dK hO me 2.--. lily a- Achpen Olr 2,tr Apply Ih1,1tup lii .4an. FN L SHiN A ll- Fa r lobae "uDeti pplt1o0 fo the pi t i !
P(n ho*-J l 15 i* \IA 1H.OI, T J sITN ) 199tl i nt! C on. 1 h ttet 29
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WEALT HY E.... R... N MAhE D ri ti er d t," A-1*0. Wiar^lson" .-p" O.R t J U 1 ro heri u pr ean y here -.1 N .e. Jnger Per
balrs "e-ad U iu rn-v,rI ri J- tetr Lyrs 114 Mail,,, in 3 -onn witer RENTrALSn ati rcn\ tealat term lye 1
--- :M: '111' u:nm JUIi0 +i ) l . ..... t ", .-^ "' ( ir t jia riii ^ ^ hK|Osl PP y ram' | niri c"The Jropy 2 p Forliwrd" ui* iiw a VIndR enRoWln~ btora to, ...aoxe inr -e .Chn
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JPC& l oroNee 70 Otrn l st reete .. .. ....... ... (>. r*> feet. .1 c|n.. pop Jeqy uit.. . t 5. ,e p i ir8 | oo Jul. 1e
VainP7e1Z w I~two ,gtr lelt~ reeth-Ju y perso experence
AC.N HO RE aao Ifilb, listp.-Jl Bo -0, G ada. uy 1.W c e
MJgu ine on gt Ar'B ltt~. t211eey + Apply: X.Ha. Snueaplnd. in OK m Agnnlh lTOLED CL ER. --llt HMMO-
/' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N AUSTIN AKMI H'^OteeJt P8lg+aOR Peehk te .+Jy 2T[0 -- OURZ. Up JulyA if Fre'dlerick 1strot i.--Juy 21
[ qldu]L oa~~d y quilted kn :lshPitt Clokttle o Triida Tradin g C o.l,d BAR ADSE -'bn silver Send Hose ChrotehtrtWistT0R~q
`1141Co SALLehr HOUNDor kinalle)~o. N c*o f loo r Ltd l Ju rly l '16. m AG3-Jl 5 U 1U NIa~ D B N A .W o eiht 4ANNe U NC .t E MENT. ul S po PE,1 RSONAL NTICT-U fI IE$ o Prurseuhed lON Im e i t l 0141"/1
Wi11l- ttjlv 20 tml 1tr Fp tul ~ m ORD VAW MI,#1 VompuR SAL ON Chur chgo~roktg Aug Dus t S eptemb~ er al p".Mrs.- Hat AlrdItet E py a- HuII rP ~ ro l P~o 1
OIeu l faunll, ElPUP e 11.Ia e 20 e d o rder- w v ni 0Mmth or Spiitshou t s u sine.O lo o enly t ApllloSt Augus ine 'Pho dtne" 68-Jly J .a LLnH--e y -nEnt a ETA E mmanTHU -UB LC t eey notified thata I N SC T+ffH ne
In i ou e t.- l e l ita on ry Io e Noe r m, ol tit n in it Ir.,g 8 ~ d a writ ten p Cr ueo ,25 l 1n no longe responsible forl t m y wirf"r v dee." 4.. .
--~l. St. )N AnDKIe, 'Phlae ne7t9 uly 31 Po nt ,:Ir ; n July thiL N EA 1 .Gspre o etA E C VURNISa l g Met on& &n thtIs do ntrl horldt
feron Otlig!db ry I .- H l Ibo0 oC flong l 25 i S t.Vinc nt [ 'Pone 5954 Di frspnil fray deto ebsM rl
lor a O Jn-tAlZ T.la +Otv '-y rl r e-MdgedmthI N 194 . .. V-14 APARMuKN Satlln for 1-oleder Road 2p-) M ri e F e ttt Vi l l t ....ca Fricry 000 conracedy hesehviglf a cr T E T
Ron oo ,. win and Iti titl -'lito hrx Ui+dfotir~ ~i pl AE lLD VN 0, ,,RSAD0 Pinstltt .. $17+ 5 ,.lprteto. n .,+ sinc July 1A LE 194.-T Dol
Cana be se i Ui n Park Il Get l od.Slle "et u WANTE TO R EN1 Jp, 19 f nd comfotleat -Jattory s t9 I dE py Rmdne etw 1:00JLANMEDS.$ 00 0G
JU III Ifi ea i l y o t o ltter Vt-11, 0r`1 nd uc iuite bl lolv I o r Ptr -f ap t hn g Re on W ltl na that) Be uac C nt Fp Mr s. L tshol l d a R esid nce W a re i Hs PUBLICIT N hereby nloUt ifi ed t at a l
t o H i d u RA P a in t F Or n e l d n t w t e P n p a e o r e t re I l ie ~ ~ l b ~ m IV Eo r pnit u r e t he r i n., Ba r blu a dl Pos Pit S r ee t 1 po sl e sa -- T o itnl . '--0 0 h e o m Rr meo ec otrcdmm d i n
*at l~l 11 F iLL b y F tarn haii til tit l a'. tmv l here an go d pInc o m e m at(} or R8. uly o btree. Sat Fo r g-i '1,1e 1rve t2 Ol St Jo ep h l seethn l o rh a ted f .rom my ie Gr a-
,.,,W A TE tAda.,,s. 103, ....Rft R.~ ',n "" R Uo ad+m. ,c I R obuoad ( ss~re IR onfrtet. past 16 years..,IInten d Tables
abl i I,,ilstllpvrberfin p'ar ty L40R HOUSE waaGu a tedian ra Other fo Slt. Ltw, and Smlln JO N S N
lki0 I~ri ratio.- Teml, trcran.Jl 1ar SATU DAY Loane JULn Motggs.R AD Bl do
li Ont full (11 Sto Mlkd r V tree. 40 1~ E O IT E ,e py e
amalp nt, illot,). ~ En yewtll I,"I~e Sari I0 |Ril St0an mootb b A p ath e Vinenuseee t ,. 'U U Uk] I 7,' Phn 8 pe1 ymn ent Flashl eeig t H e nsu dl te r op 22om
lq ++ --..luly~ ~~~ 14. p; JItAT K FBRt't .. J.N TLN K Itm Alrt 1--1 1. and:'' mo r tojtys.ili| resmiu Thons Brms at.rot.- Isru td b r.V on w rh -
ONE t'n -I l rtlI'l Ju11VI 2in01) weain Mrm~ Co ki O nrr rp oul dWt olsr
op I t d ,-A kr. old 'tlr "l 1,&,I AT AND .AR-18 wo prc 1d!11 111 A ecr dolog Sl trer et, re holdat m t f r l r e C r p 1 5 0 re od
11 Bttlltef -Hull IIIpov t KI Ik d ter ..... .hlo s3 M -2-Ste dd Feh l Il Cira i B u STU IO S V AN
eoamle III San uv in lin Iu.... .. |'la :c Ilva-o-rlti July III ROO ANDt ApOAyD MI aTING. No 4N4TAN II~ O BTOT U i d leISER AT R ST.al '
Otxo'l Om oea ~ h olt.m u 1, EX T "'Phn e 92-l~) A( uy i)ssn I Euopansd o r A inritr Itl litci 11!0 ae ni tinlle ill 8~ tiny prb ice ee dit s appl+W ica wtion fo r lth lprosiio +o
wl.es irere4"BxA.20 Writean I C NOR AB Evlkk3P Frnshd -orePrcs.aOwhrejo lk.range, reios.xerene nD Smia
.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Jl 16.3 tlC~s II~i4 aueujtv.at... ,P oBerwLOu,tome ~,rrem h t itcnar r..;H u nnin waN t er Amriansnat Cnflg ent teSremo~ slP" TPon~bepgleeo s itin t o~~t. l e ssential3.u Saar I..O/8- -.
tip ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r, inftl i re PoeIHI OM n O rIMSAppl In s ow h andwritin givigfllt dom. P IND 1a0l PErRAlS,
RjOJU~~~~~~~,~t .; AN SHOS PAE3 UT ATD '0 Ul ARFrsdrct-Jl 6a enlsg photograph. tror.- B x'm -~ 1u ru
Mae _on o ll ... .... yaoo goodEn Coue"" ly(. Lvl trarror19Sxh Stet AN E F IZ O .4 Fid
*#.to CO. -GENKo.t, .
o+. ,+, .o 4o+ .+ Lid 63 + Marin Sqar Fort.----- -+ ; + cal d.++ .,,.,.. .,: EXPERIENCED
to AOU 0.N CO FO TA L FlURrB) l sl~~- + a t+ s, ~ r l ,i . . t2 Moer,, s n Bugaow.t 52.Waren. t re.i In '.'goo waesR" foRtNc P ort eseta ,a irD~te W~ l hl
IEpIyi rimmea Moer Setar Ihqm of~l Tell) 'P o 7319 -e m Julyl~ INan 4
Zio H lall 8 u ln. N tlmHa l --July b I uD~ltbll lthll ellk)I COMFOTA BLE ROOMa y EXCELENT Ron ao, hear t oor Clube.tFreehe" o l Prope. ton tak care. of two BIdi
I' TIN IN'AI. O ME CIL.111.(" ++ Ono Mels til Aborco yt reet,.:: 'Phone;, t. ;,ed ...... etc... ." -a .. motgge "(i $8,000 t. . 1110411,,, InFII9son trt


^tit zu I -- -1l^S', -l -.-, %.l U615 AW
Mr -- -J :mu ,: +a ..+%+L ..?. T ^ -* .,..V ....... ... .. oyI3.,^ ^ ern all e 1- --*M .." .. "'.. ^ .m,, uen- T^ 'e ^
T-f AN-- A42e llmo 1ei m l ... ... ... ... 'lThe practically oeW, llaporibly f;IUItlUk; On* I.. No It ROI NSON~ ~r L.AN .E t$+).. Apo + 73 %-T- A a r e-l av . ..wr l-6 on' ----- ,,C .-- --14' DIAN One10 .... ... Ch ir Ele 6g an a l
OWka, n una Se vi c rtnnowu.cycle. Apply; Guardi an o f. k I;ru e o et.. July 1 da Of J ulyon r t gih .. " w.i.th. . --AIN M p M I 1r t Arl S cha r,
1'r1^fe OMOB nryAK ller~i. o TfBhe.*>,tn.ltl.lV~r Wwlec MU~MB" ,1 Ro. Cm ,.,,- u* -t**mn *MLT OR *"'iIUIMN "~ ~ *or BC ^ t |
hi 8 hnUnring that they iat&% Size. ban 6~ll~.-U'6. OVID A"16%+ ,up Hallt.=n Strttt,. tatod na O'ta wof the o"ny Of,.., ,r a MOOR FOR SALE I lf-P-LO!,ld "Tabke Itodug (ArdI
,^^S ^ i? i' ........ .. ..1- as ^^ 8.1^- -__ ........... *"_
l it +a o -^ nri'. AT AUlTLON on Satr ,S M ?r-i5t J^l+ ,- |urdlay. and ISt r.o 6A,40 L %r TtoO+ And .. A^ o.. said 4ec.e-a-I
+l~i -4 m~ to-III*e-ub a-s f-rom, rAy Altr~t, Wo~bok Ib t ~ t. ml I rot tst Jt g +ab.,inliont the said name "-o:-:-sid Bieod1 ,lyr Scott, -+ ,,+m. .E" h04 te t sii).w A nir Ca, , rw ,.m~ L 2m sunm I!t e
I ly 1944. The Point*. Shi..l. .*. -'S r A aU , ,...,-. ,'S^ h.;'"py.,^ wao, LAND ; .... ,n.d .,r.,4 .... 11 "21,. l= _July
^^ ^ iL iMSdry^?*'Bl 3 ,. 4y Undr l rvlet 40 oiteA t le etrut ran ,-July 15 P rella MI MI)M Wo roe st uffer Appi%* 61 heirs and 'as"@ now and+ him e .. .. ONZ T ERR A'PL -NK. In Y TOv Staves liN~ FI S
'Buy's Ste-. One uyir*s Bicyc le Tb 'Phone, k,- alnl oufailnx wrrn mse mlrn A e>iH. Aye ly fir.rrNlo*s ni lT Alm ts and tl
Strook^* MBI Son~ Fenado MAO I~ tse AI EkILT MakH Or-(-eta n-*t-* .. fl ftpy o tr rtect* nam whic to, Gere refuse Apply; Rudd' ,K = amc Cr
OIM : Pointa a-'Pierre, 326 ,lode ley, i, CC Was. tyH I .. Apply to m< lt. at '" c' 11 I" -" by "*ee *tre l" .1 IM So tn. on .teaa iv i r to *
"'l-H-HH rlatndo. 16- -2 fIn Sn t10 12 V-looleat A UQrA street, onh'AO taM un ot J iimt r Dh Ablet I.t. io ) Qu een .t ...l ....* "-hone AI. r mOl 109 ote l BM W.r s-
.. . ..,ONg I.taTr6R U.I NO PLANT tai fom+ d- Ipm.W.-Juy P Ill o= J MARINE ElUIiMIMT Htr Pae i m- nw, ,, II
DI T K to Slut or Trahuop "is, Immediately,. tie Volts. 1.00 Waimts lU Dw,, al Cowe'd* Road Coo..... W- SY' I I T O ........... 04.... .. + end Bou .... .. "'" PI
mrPrlnl i=at ld Contact. Ciaxblylme Nlterial Projec~t Sup. t am 4eIx B 3"t f~twenck street (second 0"+ H P JOHNSON O,,,. bor oor+ A, WattleUm. Cr sWW.., areoa= Pit
~ ~ ~ g A .%N t e 1 a far p ty Co. 1 6 Fle caostly Sltr ee t IPoet-el-ep o lls t Anne SMl -J ul) t o W.. tse t. ll 11dlioo. sodI NlW ly-b uill iibAT and U n h O A 'i w S W W rt m
-' I d0 L ~~ lmt -July lb ] v tM 1#1 rR James-, i#W. PERSONAL NOTICE$ to siO lt, 31 feet log'fa.ti m -- rm .,. i
W tl o rk~ um' -"td~em~lkont LXA"HJOLD PROPERTY', 4 P'Rb iaslI Pl ta. AD- THK PUBL IC is ht.rtb- u. IWll .,t*t v IMB T42 or637.--July IN a-n"d __-.i-_. p -,r m ..,,orl.
= ml~~ mmpanv Ii 'Sours, "a Jula,. thl,, va.al I=m Iht s ,. #o los Z...uty nS "C ,, ovtx see" or board frm myh- ..... "-Srm_ ao W iR03140teoo d y, ani md
Pla l004. -Aug 10 hold pIO"Ar'ly. U SaoaloTMira Moto Rad. $vsI AN t.JA STRuAW. .i foldulp poemsq-, Samue "Renjamt ,rlo I | LAP40 FOR SALE '(]4nt's Sklane fdh % Tree,' i
ok tlo frlo ,~a bOU OPPA $0 Wk So V t L" 0 ..... ... --Jl 31 Josph of t
dl l~l.-- '+m- am wam mVIOL. WI obele beloott u how* Q,,.er.,,, thr abnh #te ellIo ftleSn r.,,,,t_ 4 it,,_er Gve.,mre,, veu t.m En t .Oo t rm l
An, .it Ford, I li# go coeInl Wax1 V4OI .A oar~m a" Pian bvCalnaComt
i + j 'a|l+ tl I ati ll.,ra4.al+IN PIm AI1---AQg TH1." PUBLIC" is hereby gol'd" Usqu IIVCl 11 A!l m lvIt'o.,l

1.=0. .. mi guO. -SO 1 11 2 -+ 1 ylke 4014t l+ii IA L- f4 6 J of- so S- m Iao rwrousaity. IS. I- "'WlT


$ SAVE Mom
Use SHOE SOLS Ft
TIVE and watch your
T rie an Long. Bath 4,
$1.32 & 9k., Col'd 1om
Men'% Under-shorts o
noes 0 47c.. 69c., & u
Linen Sultings p $1.00 "
Wool Pinhead Striped@
$7.00 per yd. and a fne l
of Jewelry are offersat'
H. P. SIN
T.*dad' Premier Tailor.l
91. queen Street ..... 11


FURNITURE


SALE
25 Chaeon St


NITUlRE SALE
INE STE. MADELEINE,
San Fernanda
TURDAY, JULY 22, 1544
At 1.45 p.m.
ructed Ii Mr. C. R. D
on Who will scon be leaving
Colony, I will sell all his
le and vell-kepi furniture
Lsing:--
Morris Suite (4 pieces)
Cushions complete, two larje
Es, one Standing Electric
one Lady's Writing Desk,
t of three tables, one Exten-
Dining Table, one Creaea ',
with four Chairs. lix Din-
halts, one China Cablne6.
Dinner Waggon, one Side-
one G.E. Radio, two Eela-
Pain G.E.C. 10" blades) *I*
Desk, teven 3' 6" x I '
with Springs, one small Hob
two Dreaan 4ae,
ed Wa o, one IT
r Armchair, one Clote;
(Large), one Towl Ra
Reading Lamp, one Shav-
Cabinet, or* Coat _and
Rack. ore Lawn mower,
Raleigh Bicycle (Girls'), one
er Scale with Weights, one
e Top Wathatand, one
Perambulator, two sets of
Clubs with Balls, one Port-
H.M.V. Grmophone with
ds, three Folding Bridge
aith covers and sundrles
y appear.
is on view on day prior .o
morning of Sale.
TERMS.-CASH.
1d.) ROBERT DUVERNEY,
Auctioneer.


4 0. For your Doncing p1
-Music by the
Royol Orchestra witl
Jarretr, your fo
vocalist.
Dinner prepared by
4 ^ Trinidad's fnest cN





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DELIVERY *" mfu
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IlTED SUPPLIES

OF Yow "TIRE" I
Solved:
Dr. ehfl' s OLv1
LYCERIN leta'sFeet;a
1110 Killo Tins ,.. ,-.*.,,t:
and CauOt, !a
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Tuesday 18th July
1.30 p.m. ,

Instructed by Mr". de
Mrs. Barker. Mrs. Alluni
we wiU sell OUCh good
Items M hogany
with Box Spring Matl
mons Double Bed, 81
Mattress* Cyp Single M
and Mattress, Cyp
Twin Mirrored Cyp f
Mirrored Lady' 8Dreasff,
Ing Table and Chan O l
rored Sideboard andIOH
Ion. Morris Settee. Chl|
and Tables, Wicker af
toM Chlairs, 2 and 3 '
6l0nm, Scales. Mtncer.
Am, Pantry Ware, +J

Golf Sucks, Radio
Gent's Bi1ke. GQna -J
Doc",. ClothlTrg, h
Chair. Oo-ftrtl ty
Iron Bed. Spitag M
Portable PhongahM
Portable
Boards and anm %l
Electric Clock. a
Books and Maalg
Stove. Toast r, Ie
Reading Lamp A
Items on w ir 'Poo
terms-CASH.
Boyd & Hutchin


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A CHOICE SEL OlN,

CANNED FISh


CHICKEN HADDIES
]4ox. Tin _. 47o

SH BA.L.S
28oz. Tin __ 60f

SH CAKES


TUNA FISH

HERRINGS is T
14oz. Tin --.
Cuboga + SAROI
in Perients 5
Grm. ._----.
SARDINES in OIL,
150 Gnm&. -
Crima SARtIN
In Oil I1901im


28oz. Tin


LCHARDS
16M. Tin .___ 380i

ACKEREL
15oz. Tin -- 45e


h~e 42W.




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