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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:
UF00081212:00709

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Fourteenth Army
Keep Up Rout'
f Nipponese i
0H _T ASIA AD-y
B KAK JMy uly e'
mH-wu igrfiAMnY twlees!
Lip their rout of the.
iM.i Ar begn at
in this rei'ka le cam.
1ti*Iui amonS the rain.
ftjBcl m*esi and the-
i ssaociu, British and In-
1, are prwafn the jap-
* i Tk t- id te Bwurmw
k t- Cckhruo. aothest of
OP Columns are tIn acuon
the Japanese rearruard 10
a ni tkhrul where one of
'i|Bll .unle traks comnI
I hit the hill to the great
y beyimd
* ,jitnew 0 oeS are mount-
d as the retreat goes on they
sadninr more artUllers.
ow Imphal, the Jpainese are
i ow of more of their poKil-
i1U, gh thev stUll hold a a tra-
I Willece in this actor.
aIrth Burma, Chine"e troops
I ined around in a htinw, at- I
i Mritkvrina while the rhin-:
mnme them West Africans,
d s marauding in the Japan-
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MOT GOING ON
tis uu]t on the Myiftkyina,
l Asi still toin on. As
SNUon, a.C. reporter, ex-
fromi S.A.C. Headqugrtera.
Jlanpese are fighting Ifrni
btmunkera strenftaerea weua
and Allied troops edge for-
at night and blow the Jap-
uIl of Ineir stroingholtas with
l VONes' And., as the 3.B.C.
iaa alis lne'vifiably is slow
t "si Lrd Louis Mountbatten.
IlUad the Burmat front re-
I ha shiaud an Order of the
I MM uLng his admiritlon for
W5lliiting spirit of toe or-
Sthere that for four
ntow has been flghttlng with
WAhedy severely tried.
Tlb ve been fighting a major
Weh _Mid, ,.and the casual-
a o the enemy has
to one of the greatest
te Japanese Airmy has suf-
Io ttl hItor. The fine f lat-
#40he t you have shown make
Vas tat you will fight on
bo nplBetely destroy-
Japanese foimw'
That Chinese
to attack
Sand south of
Burma Road
MB *ued
lli Of the ene-
t communique said
.ops;r now bold coin-
gfUround on three sides
TiB>n Province city
, iOfI from one to two miles I
Utaih' es p,'tes to launch
Allliaeile attacks on the city,
tic Wperatlons for which 'are
ttl eomoleted. Other Chin-
i hoops on the Yunnan
is stormed and captured
tU of the remaining enemy-
_ fortifled positions before
lelthung north of Lungling,
i Vire 'riven back by Jap-
ym reinforcements rushed
.tl the tity.1

sp Troops Halted
-t of Aitape
ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD-
tTERS. New Guinea. July 15
W)-Japanese forces have been
e temporarily in their at-
Stit to drive through the Allied
leirment east of Aitape
Umerts of the 45.000 survivors
Oftneral Hatazo Adachi's 18th
nIal Army crossed the Drinilu-
iRlver, 21 miles east of Altape
6teir first thrui't against strong
outposts. They appear
WI| ylouping their forces after
,IlRUittinl following the inl-
ifenrvive which began or


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Above, a German flying bomb
pulsiess uit. spper esvr the
erw.-ehannel flight from a ai
wrecked Gua-is Chapel, alt
hit during service kby a ytr
aewere xAsualtieit remlting. T"
cage Walk, between n Dutkingha
building

U.S.SailorsFir

On Boat With

Gen. Clark
ROME. July 15 3AP)- The Unite
State Nsav disWlosed today tis
a U.S. minesweeper's accident
fire was respon=l9l for the killi
of one oietr anm one ma* an
the wcOnding of three thal
abMrd a P.T. boat c rntt
Lleut.-General Mark Clark a5n
other armv ofmcers to the beadl
head on January 21.
The official announcement sald
"At the inquiry that. followed
was established that the P.T
boat and its escort en:ered tth
area while the 'red' light was c
and at a time when enemy 'plane
and craft had not been Identifle
as friendly. The captain -f ith
minesweeper, in reporting tihe !n
cident. said the P.T. boai ao
accompanying craft approached I
attack formation at high itoted.
"At the inquiry' he was exen
erated of anv blame In ronne:,-'n
with the incident Details of ih
incident were withheld to lth
present pe'-ding results of the Li
quirv and for military reasons.
General Clark's party was e
route for a beachhead inspection
tour at the time.

Trinidad Priest To
Be Ordained Toda
The Rev. Father Vincent Monte
de Oca, son of Mr. and Mr'
Mortes de Oca of St. Ann's, wil
be elevated to the priesthood Ir
Dublin. Ireland, today, according;
to news received recently.
The Retv. Father Montes de O.
i a yvaunger brother of Fathe
Montes de Oca of St. Mary'-
Colleee.

rry Water


o School Due To Shortage
tliudenta at one city girls school have to carry their own water
to school, a teacher told the "Sunday Guardian" yesterday,
the Mother Superior of St. Joseph's Convent give the opinion that
there been water in the mains at the time of the Convent fire
inflation could have been checked without so much losa.
a nd other complains are 4-----.--..- -- --
I n interviews given thet shot ld immediately sign up to take
lhl" in co o wt the fullest advantage of the "Guar-
n-si.tu t onwnectio with the dian's" campaign. Send, bring or
nation, while scores of post your petitions to the Trinldlad
Accompanied signed coupons Girdlan offices. 22 St. Vincent
ttfor a ettin to t Govern. Street, or deliver them to any
fnterhede and tolie ovr Guardilan agent In your district
of the supply and d oitri who will forward them to this of-
tf water in Port-of-Spaln. alce.
2M35 coupons were received All coupons received up to Thurs-
ly, In connection with the dvay will be tabulated and forward-
n campaign w ch e hied to the Colonial Secretary's office
n Thursday, July 20. for action. Burgesses are advised
dadsignatories are asked to to provide the Government with a
this ai tteield the fact that clear mandate, failing which tlhe
d not need sentrafte coupons people of Po4t-of-Spain are only
In their petitliona as plain deserving of the amount of water
i tair ma.' be used. Groups they receive.
~ik, like employees of a frm.
of one household, or a SITUATJON DErLORED
ridentsmnay all sign up
sheet of wrtilnu lpaer. But Deploring the situation yesterday
tier that only four dys re- Mrs. Robert Pattlson of 16 New
fe or oettlUonprs to send in Street, told the "Sunday OGuardian"
St iOnst srt anyone who s that for over seven weekslrle a had
. with the s'ster .ervie PLeASlaTUN Tro .PAS COL. i1
by the City ounnill . ..
WATER SUPPLY PETITION
I1am eonvined that the long-standing menace to ,publl health
I Icurtv oflife and property In Port-of-Spain hav now reached
which makes it impera'ive for the Oovernment to tak Uk w
supply from the City Council and provide an adequate Mnd
tioe Mv sige nature alins ued In support of a petition
*I1iVrtniient to take this action Inimediately.
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ahoreman shomuldnhioun it I exoerciseit's many y.hoeears. muio premd h atonmdIRe
MAN DROPSi DRADTh th ...isIoul hy o epnmenta t- noweva, e Commo oper.th meeting g will Rso resive (tehth t *rt* aowio
y Gotrfan Chrrespendea tentiron m t tw chain n th cirmane tet tea the transporttton system port bv the prealsiit on thlv
SANp PIaNlNc July Tre-Aman h 0111I. o W *H h as t he mind icennea aio doubt be paid. The seventh on o{ the o lonhe iaoitedt y i
bdentified no reercion otfin. exrisetherghe ots ,rnd the Tin-idadee we, oty pdth e fa,-utai V InaCmbe r sof the.eCAN Nereit,
be)..^ T s bonie ^ ms ^ *ras w I ,^w0" 'A -~ ^ ^ ^w'
wChatnt, was reported to have is adM ineb- stted AUth'at.a p- lotMateic ts theldDatse. re i -t l tLim
e.-th" hers pointed two isowli be norl- to the City Osipertatl o 11p- ApUtnlelt ilnxf LO(Areih A
dipd deadmrht tbo ad at tM. at-ed by the Oft Oepwrtlon. cntage of the ireros avenue do- t direto rr f orb Board 4 'be
mumwgh at -bout 430 Pm. o- but nred not ncesarly be mim- rived from tht sale of electric e n-. nuorperae Ohunamn u e .i ,'. C ,,om.
da.___111 _____________ berm Of 11e Council. ergy within "tb boundaries of the mere* ofthe Brith ilCatumenftt
da Answetrig % further jue"y froll slty an a Wey-teav for the uf of Listed to be jtowed-& at te t 6
A1779(h tin IlP k WUr the .Ceunc*t" to whet I would be the poles and overhead lines. Gv- meetinM also isa rt by tei ., A
l*I71N irday mr 1he waYr entltledl in return for the Mir-emrnment Is pr ered to e ilmtW the s "eeletl uiiM t e t to .his -, l
re.nder of its ht, the reply Ire'yment at a ofte t on# tWnt 'ntCv tti @te .aC 7 C J ftiWdtd -=
Agiinst HitlerisUI P11nNdnot that ita a lways been of such i 9 reve nue hWO t I%,to B ,
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4v treiOn West Coast Of Peninsula
By N~OLAWiR ?4OBOAAtBl
i~ll. tROME, July 15 c,&etl- 71he bat--'
tered German 14th Arm3,, apir- ..
rnitl,' unwilling to make furt her
Saclificea in a hopeless stand mouth
of thle Arno River, was reported Alies 110
to% be retreain before Second Baltic Army Town Now
Atnerlifn aid Prench troops of Centres
bthe iti Arms. possibly lor of, 1 1 i
new staod on the Gothillit Linel i t res
north of the Arno,
-Ilen10 tI 2'In The Btka.. Pushes Forward NoMan'sLand
we l st nc. ht, er with in three anti ,
I a half miles of lephorn at, one T iN!:, I v ,,. -
Spoint ( *!,d their entry lr.tr ti l ilht d i, ,r A J, ., ., L (4 ,1 If t r
^pior&t ('Iy appeared likely to eome y e.;(T.' l -. i ,t.,i .A ddB '; P l;a,-
oo inc. , ., | nI .1>,. o, Y 1,igh Groutind Nef r
The possibilit however, wa l g ert .onc f (- 0P;r ">t I
Sthai ihe Fiflh Army might posi- Al ni-.ll t lr.'!;,l t. i ,I ihn0 M 1OOW, .T iiv S R, ii i H Soviet fr(ef onr the iri BlWr ~ll 'r KC R il Celntre
p1one the occupation of Leghorni time ift ,in ',* "' f have advanced rill a scost the railway from the north snd the S1PRF1M. W[ADUARTER&
until the enemy was cleared from bril ltied. ls, )ed lontfr kioreea. july 16
the high grounci northeast of Iit Wll arntrllr (d fi n .tl ithata, rili i se t e I n 1110.om j A e cn ros up
iPigsa, German K um s there lould AAmp can h -; v 1 1 up in li4,d.h cor n.,re h n 1 S il vik dive- -' ia to L
com mAnnd the porlt't and make it-ild he omwkir-s 01 L.,
and M ke js Ttii --vvp l~li I brilln~hr tile we'stcoast of the Cill
usP b the Allies dilliBcul|. todav stt~vI,;n, 1 ne ltat in the 11P 0" C(.;n Huh AmIft a And
Th; strategic high tround Pohi f' ni. hs sopai r rn r l^ lltl i eIe r'I Pniime ila, Atter advancincadi
..n a. psa hraeed s t ,,,.. i, ,, ,. , I. ,, f l o ur-miite front.
wi "Pis tsef s hesenl R ue i~ (i i a 'ac k ""PolsFeGarful "''"'""
Jos the German defe"nces in the pinijnd"' il l S an a. paptl were oB Ru a
Erai Vallev crumbled a nd the I tt ll rand the mh. yand the oih III rail e(tr. Toda
SMir-,.Anmericans broke hrour, h Pec*ioli r. e 'I o 1'0tif, "ti'In! ,O V..thc PtpIhn aOfainse .B yh .I, ail rn1. n.T od, ..i*.
^B^^^^BL J^^E o "'v nine m'les'; fr'crn Arno.* Tbeln.i ."'y'*'l'eM^;M~^.~p ti *^^H *. *^'" liriisi thf, Amerlcan tomvs
,iiev ifiden there and a gain of tofl5 t A lil I wovi t "('1 i two lhe' Als h'4 i ;.nkt of the rivig
31= ter .ou -i M five miles Dill P' f 1hte -a l it t o i d to i tltta 10k eo 'h uilo, M y A, ,,! i ll;Irnsihio'Igh h Lt
^ Sjr0 the^ borp^ ^ ^.ll~l~'tat*n.^ R ussian Arm ^^ii
leii -G enl'l ] Mark ClYaIrk's the (i ConlIt4rl t id hAe'p, al d 'ie% D llnd Along #.
forces a the d, e of the broad IARRIr'Kos P 1\Tw:\T I) I n Mo', B I I I o h town, but l o
Arrli Vall"-, o tlis 12 to 1 nil I; t:,l ll1iLONDON 1h ','lS i tp l t1 ifl t nt fn-1 lflhv e 1 "(r1 n r *" aee hv mined e1thp g gr
.5 C ?roit Pi.sathtPte al ~bl the v,,112 ltiC~;n1t;l b1e i ~ t haIP Ir*es r d1 e 1,t
l n l f t i r o d'anrpn P i_ b b s m i< l ,ft,. nifl' l '-i n',t I lsitl cn Ii"n K Nill ( 4 in. ri "t r hftl h .t ria l.lm s l v ron t
iRenltr s e C ioln t bhe Tib r 4rii ) ) i t1 :,i, 110t.h i rl li-i)0i { hitijil 11 5s, 1 1 C C s l et t I that )t'l, oiktr int I-t js w
h,althl. Ars M' p fro I they.\ rs Si nfI, 5 i f liA (ik ',2,,i ,(' t lPt ]:f a let ;T "' Ii .1 1j'j *le t"f'lllari, ha e lIft the tolr

WUlnrl ~ ~ ~ So 0~r- i lakillk smal iiitp. uu. il p a -l$ l tfioil l;e'irl :,killr r ii o'' ** 11' ..- ... i'' J !11o" i h hi i*(, lip, 6fn inrrfilr hin Allhe r '
Itll making l ,ma~ l ga'dt.Ih In- tleres i ., p'Iv !i; h 1 ,I, ; k' I I *l e hRtit At-vt IFch le tI, Ir ', 1 ,'l 4A ali ildlrt Ii.r n lto thie hil h r ro i
1 Ili lll'Sl. to h th G erml an ll p'- t i nehc t I ,,;|,nn 7l'es i hfcl h jc. 114, 4.)1. h I1f' l l* "; 'ill P'"* On: il""* '* e ieIY t ( 1 ,i i ns -P tn'i 11 t ^ -r
a..r< *d h a~rli~m<-n M nt tothf l enasl rel i t -v nece.s'.s 1n ( oii;.s l. r it. 15 h e tie 21 it, es tie l i. t 14,1 1f i ih1 ir-h. atd hut It .a int-ed
att One of the mos t ta l Ta fil A P'e ,h i Nar t i Il S' 1 iih S I i,'t: )t ; uIt ait Old i''0 1 Ogti t S1f f ll I Al' 1, ll h ( as ( rlong a tlho nl e olln
spitting flame from its tail pr dvRfres hal been oby A tildie, a .;,' mc 11 P i. ;,d n' ,I, I ihr' .', I hI' 1.,,if t "rlrta (h li"' -ti otn fI ;1 t, % I'oodTl e'oas" is 1o rca
Engltish o.untrysile afe t Is m1 dl.in trto ss I lthe upper Ti ber me ,)iOfl r r lt' i ,' vr .J n g ti t If It Pt, ti ltake p miie sfh li ,e ;i r ,' ,di' pled teian had rc ir
olleh aln .-Briai n Euro, pe. lt,.i< Vi l'lev. SA,, M c hael ReynoMl ds, V11 0 P* t f : fl 44 he 1 "is "I N) llA I I d I" n .......... %IIIofdli, plt t ;r ");nii"



am n sdi n glphoint i on o ope. ftel v : I Ill N.a 11~l -nv ; ; h ^ BT l In1 "" II( !)r lr AreIT f npnl. isl A rciin lti M%
Wellingtlon Barrasa, iin London. i BB rC rep'orie t. Dit sp it ta i e 1 ,i t ? 'ir sIl -\ sl lr t i ihA pS, ti,,S llt ijij it I s ag bomb severall week go, i I fton Ia a ,ihS amr i", ar d n t hhe ,In- h irhitii tw illP .1 Ars h as i n IIPle, .d now , it is IidCT le fr. P
ike Ia-year-o al d'd e a d V It a < lift on RIM d, a- developing fl threattttA: i on IhptIt hnN1i 1 lit o t. h nilC 5.I St _ei i le I d hl _l (;,I%__________
= Pale a ld the Parliament a svai therleft lan k ofnillO lhI- '1) I. !tt SS"te o the Nirl-honi i. Vk u l :'lf"*" '* .. ... 1.1i.t11.1111d i. -0 ; Il Z
A P. t ar.hoto,) German th,'e. l eft g 271) the esteti S ihav.e2A1' h 1 so4 i Si tt l ', utt 1et 02)5441 tICilt ,1i th4t Tit 11 Ftol N ,tIOI, to Ce,.tuC, i I -, acunoI nf Par o
___Arno. Near where the Trtdian R.A.P I, ,artIget. lie' t lt lib lI Rt.iltA hal-c Al SO math'i 500 hestand tIaki-.r oth ll t(ti m i-
advance Is reP o rted th e R i C late ih t tiz t h t h O le l tc 21, I PInO, t' n t h",e d 'e ..,k it "Ri-e)Iit 1re% ,lI fi laln d I ts'. ,S r i- o iglle c oe n d e -
I, A 1he a si s A Ivilor l Aslid eId ethe e haive capi t r-ed ai SIrisahi d l !'td ek of th l a A 'Y"" .


rce!'i)d~ t( fl-nw or r t h i baelst 11n th [rttl1- slt ckha lll"<*} HTOM fp t r yr l w hi* m ln'*l SM'^' 45 il' i flfnn SIS\ th< tld~ ( hl tile i nmi' ,-.f %. h^1 m and ['N1 N Ju'1|(l~)-h
e Allied leaders Mat lin to a point ihin German Itnie lhe omrnotV.0 t',ii 511 ii wo riwI inf?
a rg S ueander ormortar rage lNone ws In b rosd ntl u," it These (at id I "the Re 1-5 i-inns Atre ishvni m r p a, he O et )'eitV l .' r rd I an of t heP artn cty
rived o urre dereence tlthe moment ard aste Itil tl OrtA itt Ic Ihe 'i < i thf (e la't n m f : IRi t h trfl t lili4 te ,] I .iI (,h tlittitan I Cth titen\ '> i le i-o llr t oln
r < l piie* t'li se nt p% o .-id lhe ,it l " b riinill Dq 111 p'o,)sli <( "I t e l a l. e l a\ r thli0l"r' 61 -r br t e ; .,.ipl. ( "] *r. rl il ri rteftin ld th I



1 0r s e V o to 0 Nz rulyr C P a wi t il t h l t n c f e b l ) P "M 11 A s :in l n t 1 1 th r o I n W i n o b r i .^ ; t L t h e 1 ,f n t
L 0 N D 0 N. pU S tCP-p- fronal Ut. itst ourteitl and ple-ts- Inopei o 07he Notmn a tt i t t hh mt-. I Esi Pt ssia AttClrtil the R~lsis I 'g 4 Vt hn I ,l'iti s olnd %aid ',tI l eM' ihe esarIlp ion of PiltI bII
Pohsi-cae wr fare, epe. t i sn ate- santest He describes the sallt area And the et' e if.t-c 115 Slt,1kedrolall An.e Rl tdt ale tr{Ixwed to be Sohietl-sTmIc a l -fle lithrei te alh, fil l r\rreil thlri in esenito
t eon i r'i the Jceo n o f e a as bri-ht and flat, closely c l- o ili "0 strtIlls rs ,hr ao i A sIt A f i ttle M OM I An ti 'I' lpftrom pi a of 1 Al ItAntIl RS o a II in view
ther the psy"choiigies, ntolYit I tivated, closely lined a h tb Sl O A' Ii he 1t tionh 4d f ll t"iAs\ittI. tlb and Mlm.'oa .- ic, lions the FAs,; I 1, it 0 I h, po".thll~t' it the corn-




has airri-f-d.. for the ___ guel-r il, let)rK ,:qt ,s a",! h onl K- -. r nt ua M J)"',t LONlN oul IhP (R itpr lil 1. 0" A l n f r t hei emy 4eb
hs arl i ed fr th 1 h0 e gre trees and overed ith fallirg eil pt. ho e ill t itl It!oRI 1 lM iS n b iAi k is d As hits al ders, ll" tt tolptll on of gas, lSlfttrto
Allied 3eade I r.!,A lt-st s sivery' dusl.t H ise sass it was l ittt ili Ilhe l-splkllt al llg thel A I C blethlli ti 1 tpomitioll fo tlh Tile rlPoles regard 'ile t t I tA r lT SIlet.ill
e s tpre c-all Ior the capl inta- IercelV hot and main orf 1 ,' r 1' fk e ,f r l oalint ) so1k and ),1<. Polish. 7`fl e t tof P l i an 1i0 i I. ,,- rR i
til of the Gerrmnva armies and soldiers he saw were strtioped mlt e ioeInflot'.et levllt A ,1;ivsolildei)lt 55ll that Ger- Polish Unet 8d101r 1 ; i' ,12 tle Ill 'itis and i *N kind ciIll'
i peoP le. Today the well-known to the wIi ast. Some Briti h S ihinre airm ept S ol chtek tmi thills mni pil stIlllo. is t 4ome hemmalgawere I-e "Yea- setca othefotg III i
Spotl comentator A. J. t dmie ali t theme.-1- re1ir w ork and lanist night llr Obrj *1e1 at"'Plo the ftront tle tMmln ar et.alp ad ld ntriihilt o 'le di itt on er Leille tl-
i.p, Jlian Nes our of Re lfit hni. There were ody lnand dcade it laal tiv hot el ttn "P on
arrted"4r a- lhrobeonheastd1, .Udbh ----a-di-- "h.-- ,it bl I [ I 1et Istri~e _again. Th bombt~l I ll bleein Act-eer nbltagil t~htMe.! ll t! alntitnel hI beaten| mles sitt libct-slte marty rsiiiili
Isne*ar-n l- It has n a i o al went a fihe or a in hgolee li- t i a let o "adal 'C'5 leC e t sb e, "lat'dpa rle utr t i lei i' Rilli \.1. i llO -ir
ar rs- ch a- s:nt rigiatui l ftihter- omithe w sl t o m mae I lind Ini er hl. dr i d srd t n h l evit i l. .. it. "(.th ei'r*'.
mi NEW l ORKb hulv is! lrpi lthco^"' --f -< I w ..1 lhe w 1 U1 l d llB tly h Afil M i,




Id JI~ns c bfroaaif 12s not aresi li '" ar sonslr*? w en t a igteruclonr M VINd fourd aif'1:.F slid Aine- <144 1' col 'fi l Yli ft; imsi 1 J pail t rrolla i r ihnu tile Ori-[(ro IntlnR l ni \II Io to All* W1 r
h feseadding it shou'd be ad.r attack German gun l o it onsin h that All AllFiihiti Ollu I. Sill It l eel v% 10 n it1 Al a stak atI "*s il i e o
drse o oth airlr ar as-as'In the distance swere blimr'ntip, hties, o' nt 51- fht thlane ft)athrow f2 ~4'dis itthe to
int misio n III s l '' ko i r ip i f p re s dil lI d th
and la r chiefr.n ut to he a few puffs of smoke, Ihe le l MORE FLINrG 1,MRA Im strugl lesnr'li B tiiindf lo, 1" nt ha we Ire th *m
r. German eop:e slid German burs.t pregumilbl last nihtli too, A Ael4sA.oia re iI iV, e.ti llt iti, wr. he nu -
i rm Vn ieeral point, i ou ot -e p lai ns i an od hlatIe blw ,i o thei Pre ofer D elayed s o if, fom ic the oa ik




--ed *we ploiv ch rfseerolw ;d< a f them ( rreidi r. "? *lln" ^ ' the ac of the m tiltary s it- Halax atnd l tersl .keptuptht he o yedIV
then facts o tli lts- Dcdeasan tk the ofIlenitoe agam&&ins, fhjio mb iRedlArmy iiifsntrimen ctw ric nrsA
n aiesda u illWokatins In northern ti-aclll remote ainsrhtes, swanpsa ImM L ONID)N, .hly Ii (Re tet' e AnSCIrAntrt Army I
Rld R .... --...... .. ...k,,tsd 'sdo o A .f M O, l h s tked ns, b m an.iAi ll .h tll it hold it ip l the fling loser to iSt.Lo, one of
In Ita ly A R e c o r dw int o er ,,,.e-niny again ,and de ps atch,. i 'fil e ., tront ,gave exchange of .,1ti ash land 3 ,'m atilt 'llc ol'" pl ,t ,o of, niel's
41 oropPed man 4,000-oi id bombs thli' Pictutre Of th1e Op1r0llfot l rei~ triates, which was to he-si. 'he ettck hqtan early tod ay sad
n Japs Execute LONDON. July1 euteli l Mistfloat xer the lakes taken place At Llboi n Thip ()el- th tle lild of American L rtsrIY
-r porter, has sent a story today eo tl l f he a t w 24 hours tile tjernillainsl 111:oe a s like (Io ids sil I but there hs 3et been no sigin of ...... ..__ -_ "__ - .-
U.S. Airmen how -Brish engineers restored tie sent fling bombs I ir souithelrn] l Ctem. all.ed opil liks l hlt- tile British. I ENVO'1 Y DitI I' i '-.-b"1 '.i
le .... ... raiwayfrom I aptes to Rome a Ega' ntvl.Durinlg dsy-l dy Dl i. o h ~(k It ins stialted f~l trfln i al1ht h i Pr \NvqlI{INGTONJuly, 15 (Aile
e NW YORK. Ju ly CP, icoro time. He says it wa s a light lg they were oer the ,ontdoni nlid. T fRed Ar'my follelt train had n ot e rteft'le the .Ih fDavid Kelly. Brtlsh Ambto
I- Japanese broadcas e inlracle of rapid relisonstitctlon, area sld' called damage slid c. fi sard, coscredr -ith Clinging SpA itai mrolter, Ihough the il e o ,r-t dor 10 Ar tenlrlln ei n rous toeied
the miiedernl Co3rMlunl lt s .ni. r ile line rn.tis troul h Cassino at I uctieos. RA.F. Fighlers snid ground aarm mnditd he rowe a p e la t led nl.l v left Patt fll time, It, doll fir e-nmltat with hif
tmison ll ne d b a several i ,I;,ther pal to ,os of Italy where the n r." scored a number of t l ,- the to ill at'Aili i koi lst illove enst aco ern n Ih expected In Was
States airmen (apttlro cti h c hlighlitili as ll eaviesta nU d as tihe cesses sI l i t t he ItRobo Met sAl ll All A nd td 5 h Pr ls etire i m"if at Atpe-I tri tody r sr l If
JaPanese, apparent ly b r foig k t l !he ( v ielliall sient back tile pulled it Capl trol d hAp B, I h oaldfoii gte 'ilr- h la a h t lU -spent.i ol in sit, And it Is I believe that I ihe! wilh r Jl nrlell Hu. the
first B-29 Super Porl-es'. !:I oil to bItI I tin a tgrst trr~ve.ling Fe'retart for Air ss' IAP glte- tI er tis -i t' Ohe sw'ii piaryit delayed br tfe of dislo-i e.retarV of Slate. Mr.
Yawalta on Jutlie 1,5 eie ev- 1ook tht(- tole lip r ails, laid ex- n t trs front al airfield bslte 1blow1 n11 1i1ii 'faltlr\ ehlmrit sirh'ers 'catilit of tra Ic. 'Arin1 r lhti American A n
cuted. plo ree charges e\eryf lew \a.ds,0 a Ming bomb to pi-ces in md r e'idIair, acpre I l..trees ..... ..ltt 10 A.
Beamed from Singapore to the aid besldes this de croyed ein- MOsUtOes of Coastal toommand erxesCityoideil said ter k Spl i
American forces in the Soujlctlhe banknI nts sli d cutting- this sfl ernoon damaged tlwo enleli destle\-ed hr aire. the Opsltmo- I
Pacific, tile brood(ast said hll t sir- Oil the tilel iroln Mignano. a afewa otters iittie h i (i of Bisos. The\ lion y ihate1 d Its' tl e er--T eWh
men "bailed out are to. e-.t the mlixs soulhli of assino, and for left one ship illn filnien And tile rtfi alt tIhe ,tew ( killed t.d. %IN WAR ASSOCIATION
,same fate meted out to the raider i100 miles up tW Rome, 0 bridges ,hllr of Toyko sonle two years were." we down. All tole fosqiillors r-llrtt Ied sti, It lilto fi lhe 'woods I
It said 'sian, Allied airnia: whoIt rlit rebuilding bridges crosh niTe nlish Cthr'et I I n llidon
S falls or bails 0lot oer Jlvlan twill great ravin es, m.n of a Royal El- b f isted a st iten lent slid broad..
Tbe executed. This is a l order of the Olines Company accomplished onet Argeti Le e m t t il, n I'lrtl, ,t- orai Irograe
g day." oi the great feats of Ilt cam-Agtine L ea I on the ie lst' of Rlii trootsu, l'
It was said the reception wils pl aig, Most of the ine from *Cat ud No Toltl tRsgorli" l i Off- it T !E A l *AE
r to hacor that only a few excerps stllno orthwards was donle b fe ivetn *sk of lhe Po lish ev I ere lo E A AE
were intelligibl~e.' Federal CO01t-,- British Railways Consi'uclonN tT o R si nflol'ltiln i trn fr l i' d th, severe In.,ses
municattons Commission listening Companies, and South Atrican tu i- BU AENOS AIRLr July I! %AP) it InflcteOil'e tIe (lerlans when
.tationareccrded nosimilar Japat- nelling CoMpaniel were also S Coloel Peron told a Pres confer- they were defe'-ding Vhill I
ese statement by aanV other source. rushed up. Thes are men who do ence today that ruimonrs that Pre- oes oni io svS' that the Polt h
The Offlce of War Information the work In the Rand gold mhi-es ident, arreli is planninlt o resitn Goiernmehit mahintlsh is Ipo ilt IF YOUR TYRES ARE SMOOTH
origirll issued the story blai and it was their job to re-open are unfouilded. "Nothing torlid g oTiSlew tt Il no icrrtte chanles
n aFederal Commuin icatinota the smashed tunnels. more iurd." the War Minister 'hch take lae dr' the war
Commission recording quoting a Slx miles mouth of Casiln there replied to repo-tiri' Iniqtltr .axtlt can be mecogtllsed 11inless theyigp
capores o were executed. Thias ai as no railway at a t. During the Farrell s Inteiltion( of wvledrn e tile free cprttlest and good
followed by ea eead Ti %'.n t battle it waa damaged and the "In the fitl place, there s ot the wth th' pa-tiest eui t
folwd b ead saying the! Allies turnd1 noaVilnia. the ea~r-Itst cO Ait p ~nltt
broadcast suggested they nll re d tu into a road or slillest possibility of this occur- I Ithuinsla. wns part of the Polish
have been executed "or at atroopand suppis, Titen when ring9. Secondly, awe would not per- ;ilate when war broke out in 1359
are beli*, held for execution." the Hitlera nd Gothic lines were mit him to do ii, and finally, If li ......_,_-_........
[It, was nct brought out'sped' broken, the specill, roadway wenlt should happen, I would resignl till
fitcaihy that the American airmen back to railwayisgain. saime day,." (,a,h 5 T g'D i g~
were" B-29 crew members, leavingl am er o scus
Ignore spokesman' was referrinI te U
Ito the slaying of fliers captturedshul
, - wrought bytheir mates. omret s o o~net,
il~~~r Kilied ,.0Fture aton to remedy the water Pl l N[l'@,Of ,
Saio Kildbyutii the Cyhwl eSM- Or if tiey can be run for a few more miles.
The "Sunday Guardian", understand. that ai special meeting of th, by m anes whn the d a m-
InSreet Fi t itry Councin will be held Oa Tuesday atsemenot, July M, to consider uly.r. 1Lange is listed tO theall IMS V I th ube eure .'
INS TOn4 ,r JAn (orreapondent the future of the ele~t-rio undertaking, resolution as follows: ~ ~t r r l [ [
IIOOJA.July 15--An "Wheresa there hi genell, dist- -L16aew isa
thoy rinaut,25yee-od*no- The Council, it is uinderstood, ic ---------* -~-----. ifacton airuongl aill inecIem Of tihe J .usuw
o.cently wrote Government enquiring inst the umdertaking should not1 be community rempecting th 1556r~l
tNmerchant ieaship Ofw-u killed aadathis what its position would be ff it ex !operatedl at a profit and that the xisting "ater shortgeIithet la ll a" :A YR
morning hrmnin a street fight with ue-rcsed its.rlghtasmia gcretunder section or10 ,mmrates should be reduced to a mini-of .oto-Ssh,. and -. w=,DO'erUeATasl
After apendlng the night ashore, Ordinance which empowers the It is only when rates have been 'danger to public healt an Of l_ l l~ i
Araenault, with another salior, board tq transfer and vest in 5oe rbroul~tt to an irreducible minnlm ,'.1, 1x u r s o n a nd / l "]
was walking back to his shilp when, Corporation part of or the whole the reply continued, that there I O the ralvages nf fita be it !
after a dispute wit-h a fruit yen- undertaking. ,nay ble a witall margin of proilt that this 0111
[dor, he was abused by a long- Government, ini reply, stated that but this aituiat~on will not atris for ment to toithliihd 10ol










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wsFormA Seen Assured Rcitadto

Money Plan Under Study (
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SUNDAY GUARDIAN. lrLY 16. 1944.

12 CoupleS Increased Coasumption
In Codfish 0 1ged
Listed To We enabwdg o Nh
In Cthr Snlin c b. ut f


RWm tnserMng 00nma eIry o-pruM on wnhic worm l& ann %z. IS 50fj is so very itw *t 1 i repre f
awe o wo- in-ii th *1- TTd States of eri w ti ---- considerable qiflnhty 'of this
an now BOr WUflti I w UM nf le 081tof Amerita w ll ed fo t a lol may I* *to, be
k I I IIIIU of mtl IMI .~I, Ol Y Twelve 1 0upia atse tflttOedu dtlolV oobe
Ilen Xf. 4^ M tLft da* ad 11101,b of1tU~fa AII^B i* "^ 1' W dwpe WStifteal It 101111t lto
4114l" 11m 1 itreued u amh An important O MW S 1 Pos .t-.. ,i ld1M L I te th l en, M t o 1 ^ ^",.. ,
.. mU I SIho U a aHuci an dm'otant lev. Mn un- notices posted up in the Relgistrv. ACttn, PC d COntrole told the
potl andW us the U abatlag of dliaamgntoa that have been -n -Sunday Gurdnysted.
CARL CRICHLOW. bachelor. "Sunday Guardian" yeetray.
ftionatkin IIIOu^f Po"*'^iMLftdipn~/ t|r^^ ^^H ^1 i~r of 01. o112a"c areet, *amt"l= dh`.N
i--- eng age, "'Wdll.e Father Jailed
nato~I I210111s bu e-tenhae."Lotkweee
WoM6nt engaged vlunVtar under- AN'EL ERNANth S M N


4619 arle cale n thatFahe
1e prevent suchee rit foulRoy Vi t W th Mtress of thee aamss Mrd A 3v Jar t
S a* 1 rt.T iaAddltonr In gA n by promising, should I li p at. WILLIAM WILSON THUMPSON. lTIl T t ho d
.r tUna a r"olutl I On winch fall. to release other courttrebtachelor, pove of Ir2Fore
~ on the '-MUM *-,a from any obligl-Ue to taeM f^^^ --- -fibceo*Poorpeo t. WithW |Love Fo~r
1 tf1but1' The g'irftiy or* exporls. or if taken, to pay foe e^^^^^^-- ktk 911ieet, find ENID AGATHA *, *I
ts Of' ititerhaliona eoo t faf- we have." Lord liYnes at1, ]ftnoft Valley Road, Selnont. MaulingSon UIl
nnatianal IsolationVsm but Ln- continued, "a voluntary under- MANIEL PERNANDES MENDOS,.
oUlse e d aerlopment thrl lghoeut takin g Inmtulnely offlrd In the bachelor, rf 3 tlie cle o tf 13, h h. .o..r o w
S wrld no ddiote Itolf g itV rit lote of good nlehbOr and, St Clair Avnue. and MARIA VAS- Accusation e against John Ro -
U1d of 1U tnda. w f lf p f* hould dd, of rlihten r atsf- arl*OONCELLON dO ,toplnstern *ardsi n, a San Juan man, hati hfe
tnte est t to allow a rPa intitin o Asthy OleGnbb. el m t-r tileta ert. o t J e e 0e.,oa .d- trung his l2-yefs r-old son a p to
df lift I of lott d of a chi of events wleh be. lnen Wer WdIrla prans,. d 1... the ceilting of his house and beat'
Sold the House: a like tween the wars did more than any takes her etun ,to the local ReoINALD WALCOf T .garden- himwhlelhe le te w there suspend-
e neiwpln and I believe It wid other single factor to destroy the concert stage tonight when she ... E. laiwace Rid fi,.d ed brought Iurn a six months
,v t to our advantage." world's economic balance iand to htaae a a ont feetlll i tlte MARY ART R t '. ad inFlD er. ,L lu prison term 'heterdayh tn e ir of
E ANA- 89111* prepare a seed-bed for foul Ro ,t V hictoia Institute. With dres.. of the some address. Mr. W. J. Andr:, irst Police













a r.'.sdntre., of seamstes, o thkl e s am15i ramn wstestai
( IEE te lft gromwh. .Tdip I a tremendous ?- Misq Wnifteid Atwell. pianist. ANTHONY N A ILVALE Bachl, hCoubrt malistratoe who considered
f fotenslonl of i flternatlonal co-operi t Ad Mr MD. i (aptcrllr rtt ile bartender. of 2 CParlk Str eel and lat he had done. somthint most
traediti toexhhmtne mna 'r tion to good end a." I al. uest. artit sr. Mis id- sIc ATaINE ARou a. ndn a t disamefu l
re t the U nited singdr mte m ig t rV IO LETrVIEIR A.dirft29nEa ste.tildr bitn o u rop d d israc d L u p
nt &e n d mn s th tbonf e w ill rr under a varied pro- Btain R oad. am t Jua n. H is sw eethearth E ln ha Antdrews,
to nln front m the plan, and eXCHANG RAITE tS t efllm that include sNegrro CONRAD CECIL bUTCHeNSoltr who wals ccted of -sit ming hrmo
w Ier th e r re wer adequit afe- p i ttalu lFresh. t t wt Itallian C1.l Ser ant. o 40 Ro Nertl' e dtting t nto effect- ith cruel
a gl i sl t tn es aMle dnsd- Named by Lordm reynith m futr h ong,pi, tI we l M "ill ief. I EOAR f 4R obe rs e or.eit >lis ordiridta ls.rve a
keynLord Keynes said that advantage wa t the tnterliationi Viiae and MARf*eJORIE VALERIA HOPe ariu a. lorit
MetimAGseNIby MpinsMer.at hra r"trmin of h rlseff n Ii Ihr..
S nti so far w trh respect institution which I, was proposed t alentedTrinidad eomp ser and aT tan, sp19 s A ter.S tit nlv ll eg Su -n scttr Harrkq.
tfe e sterling area gave assurance to set up with xubsianal right.t p-usicin. now residing in the tar. t la an tm nemuthe knew that old have
tl"we can e in e plans for thet and duties to prna terve orderly d r-l 1. dis. Roeorna- t o- HA RTA t I'of th e ,m ad .o pi ri i ne withi tir h oIdhav'I.











It 'oud mesutie' i Pehp tal li.Wgtit Ifo- l eit i it airaft had list i fa e to- dbeen coheaha d h i th 'dof such euoliuct t(
dtalw days Which willd ol-f ranizdmnts In matters uc hi i nvl. night's concert w e stineven.- l r. 3 E VEPORt BO WrEDD ,I the behPirlour of woman

b'e pwar, Tkne w lt n hwhe re we exchange ra p nthie ai the pao tha e Ande m r linp tbSattclerk Of o.3 andMA ID MAe r EANll t oe pr, awt rT o a ta


is l M nWi thu tr the wit i f ifi'nt' 1 .u iiib it s alk ed a edin fie I f Isit ut d b y a pa r ianSt i t i n o r ti ffoiir of 5n euatv Street.a b a
t ad 'ti ou bethe Institute uP to 12 noon to- PRIN t t LLA CHARLpE S, piteor, and l L No tied hr son by bsohisf


In ef f e ct.ro mwo ualduitie qo ui k it r grtein at iion l Apdray t Rr trec. nt 1a m e S t iv cr n o r *a Pa tronis e







wo rld'srad tioc b\ f nhich m st' cc- li'-ni~ni u ii n il nf xd w lA;p:,Braovs.rtid II)K IN AARONt spln- AO" itt"'lh' '" JINIJK FeO PRCTO COL 'N ER AN O 'l't Sh '
4e of outrbl he.s a ad li erci r e gret haprdtedt d t ay. a. l stressof51, Western Main h'-nds and hlad un hanging for
Keynes regarded It ,assnR t',J i re t t.ht.of rie f r t n ti bcr selitd l g rii t ,l i f
tha t B retain could look Paw ing on. the noble. lord i-R ad t a e .h u b c u e h t l a g n o


O ead to r ft h winarl w oi h of tpre ti li t h i'alst Britain intend id ALDWIN PILd RIM PREDDIE, plantain i. -That bov tis A'W a
Load pr r pcuvinieewic wil erea-t-t pevet onflationa t homeit lfe 'Plane M ishapa ii O b ach el or, (1 iiro 7i L "Ci l t ihe ublw A B *i h rt.
b,, vn andti be. Th ant. o i,, ,d ,itle f ae %,o If it t tn BaAcrb a td s arii o nctrtew hr. o and MATILDAn MARCELLE I Behaviour thlt' abrouIhtO th il chid
fi e I commercial -dictates of in t uencesfrnm oults dea spinster, seamstress. of the sam such Lreatment was the s'Palnlg of
tithe Brltla h. tdispe a- D isctls ilng lthplantmei r ad drelstr d ttatfew qweett t ir wirhicih Rlr rdson
for ftulld pi (lr i iitv t) lion udI ing it nd. L rd keyneolt i bs t i l t l.JOSEPHiALLEY N ''ir bachelor. had br' h 11r it 'l t wI'n T .i l
o far from t iyn gernw nt It i that it tinfril e onri f lrmed th p Aln O i denti curried at the li s-s oi e r of 1 Cl. f 1 C ot treet. bu tt was stated, ate the sweet%
I dstru tion or 1which1 m m a' 1 deehr emert po f go ld ax I.%fi xd w(l A r'po;, Larbii. yevstc rd y and I CATH RNE AAMON, ain- d hi fat er:i'' came so eirii hed
t ounaI ic and rni o tn r I t sandar iid lof t av n but ap iproed it iornng to lAn a i hrcraft ( related Ater ar' tre of the Iame ad- "h: he l tied both his hal'l in itd.d
ed their financial s ytm t t by expressly roitldng hat it iw % t Brtish Wr, t a d m id ri a i dre, s ab t P- At dd qaitu
ile the plat t envisaged would th e duty t(f the FunI t to alter theI1ir itp d. o N o i-urhiin were I '- JOHN JAT 'TAN. b achelor, hpboir- Vito the cei' 1 bv putllng to rol i


i l ndi;',nt a bte meat r 0. rild viw le n f a nt l ur rencyi ot I trf rntre< i either pa seng er or crew a'rnf 9 Neiir o n Street aondr e verra beamU and til e ,a d
a t 1aa r i ilorh au atold bpil h ih u p iose dea r i m wad m rl A LY C H, spinster, of 1 i-alS E wL A reN C m maner oft
a n ,a ls o nsh i h j gs. th at w ldlk pr- t g 'r'v.. .. thetrnftehT t A etodt keep Diiviiron:,w s-t


It srtae n't u a adrcet i l drran b k t) equitbra tuim ISexpe ted that the aircraft il. the ,pnle address l s. d t wi h ith O
uylt pr ded" d n rtriiirng an ot. u aof esutn Lordw, t nt app c ,h fn tth ac awlthortrlLEONARD CRI naW t0 orm. mt rd t ibs w hay. I 1






sa coii a thea et i ct a l w ued i a aefa stutno mrec ecueo w ooeand at least tw %ho
yi are thhmo at likely tobeif-~ ptha t h o' i l t Ind' arthe pmnt Officialdversfle Briian h Weso t p ay- ffeot r of 11, Coffee aWalr"kill
Ifoo~terlhtig *'as p,;ac.,ri rtiall t (.-+th e vxr-r~t: tkere prepariniz, IMl, InTtdian Airwwn%,, I LhtltPd advk~eo S'treet. St ,JAM'S, And ME NIA I The hit.+ r lte lasted ln~v hej


nti llnal tti that oflInce Inr Ko ,ne. osaide "i t i o I dscohiie i t heH t the Itid ent o iirred hen HA AJ spinster, dof the s name aa .dth p e- haitU h mtn O hi'it ,
feoud t e susained. ,1 Perh Ips w,' a (e Ivn the frt ahn h et ti l rc 0 t ii and prafi e had arlemI r h.pb e f Ifn e. li ro n
he plane t went ont hal thf it bri ckl, lot I i t m1a ybeI A olir ta on le ground at, I "a I AUiiUSTUA POMPEY. baioheatit-e pa rt, of Ia father to a t lhA10,
ad advanta re that the W+helvrl I (irlrti.i r o athe fte o tflc i It I!'- l l"-t:i'sd by a par nial i'et natin ofn (hatlffeiir, of n uarrv Streeta, andt
4 :.1 ,.radle 9,0111(f be o te'd hy wh -. 1* red I'Is a ,'ir purpose to draw ft., left, hxi~d tmtder carriage. .SYLIVA LYNCR. spinster, of 12.1
wig in effect, a grcit addi tirin t back frrl "intelr1 "*0'0tl Al c-tooera- [CnoNTIt_- F MP EVI OUS I CL Bom ai ia% Street.At.James G Oi(or. T lollo At) B i) s l>








mat ursI .stid:mPfvlu O II,% FR A D
t 00 w 0rld's storkci f monetsr, ilc '1w, 1 a tom p .il an t fal1togetherS- A,, foru or iin slli t wor s the loerda 1fI-r et < ro nd o "h Wank ,
ese, dLtrIbutI .tnr t r a It .. ... ,t *il icsod i(flfr .t, re ) hi oi f iaw e!he al wottaid O ItVEInt i t i.t(.t "l uld. h ale 1( hIr t Shovt
!iT. Ii c t ,f mad , l:, f i',tter: b tu. tol ',I il ,10 to, I f, hf l' lYr, onAI f,'enr. of I1 rti trid Stiree tS Tld 't ef le-ti< ,irhed p:-t,, n-
w r.ate fthe l ,iti h i p di .I.. n. e tr n h ,1","l... ", '..'he Floipr a nfo anld RA A, *l EEispin-m alll'. 1 ,i of fHiss'll-r o the A tin s .-
iR id0 rOl.o n W I tIO l 1 1 T- ) tft a '11 f 'im ils ', *l TI ,it |ll tie InTake.. r..ed I .fn. d,.-o -.,n r ,,t, N'i,' nl rt, 1Ap' so mnl,,,
mensc, IhrR ill% tear. Dni ti s of all th( I ,'I,,[ t lii mall wht n" e i i hOAU RE IS.N P' M e and g inAonusfr1
" &in and t-.r (lth~r I|I)p : q,, l ,>r lI- s wel d r. (if Vp i Bella. and OlIVF ; I f' ltr- I Ille r it, W i ''ll '.i- I *;>hi-d In



-,,Id titisite d atfr ] i ililn of rrI tic;.iiC asiio lifthr, everyt f i'lloAistrue l 1 w. n,,oti a i.,. i itizs idit f
an tersd w ci a! reat In1t Ioae1'. i tli "f.hl mlott iN fe l iiiintl SY VI A Rpriater. of41 'ir rit, uirAtwlp'It i o II the blue's
(beitreatd as P;sut rae rit- ( , o't i piit (;rnt o r "i'I catc. wna in (',- h li]tre- on R oft.. tt iq '. ,' rl n+8 i) )-I'.,% P d










Amotaitpce 3titd on irns at .152 l (leliSiil an *rUhi it, i~IU fi,-,.n.* u NDUE lp h'e OH ITANOOGiA. TEi, biiil ISt oiosasll Wi____.
mlet r y. t1 ni'li $r .,rd,- IRVINGl T 1 OMPRON'. bprMhelor, .,Yig+ on We" lt %, AHoadquar,)r ni,,il


MII6nn hr IN(irt aiila O I di roude ofe rq ioTa -sill n1171 .t) f+ inoi off t the I',.s ntaairGanra H ofR .tur tiat
.IEFF' 1' laOT WI oAI,'o. .lN fOt 1 rf t l1r Vi;f',i R iY a dputrf' fo',n t of .a"0 1__rlIl F\_d_
"f IN III. :iA'II og I w i: kl o wd+i t i t l tIl t, r T 1! h e th M,' I" Stent r n.:ed l aof Nt wPut .-' -!Irp' 't'i Yv r .lli L V lcherr ip


I S, qiltriiktis,,ho rx'lw ird d fCinumg h.te a" tr .l. wh.c .d ,,s iu In (, wtn tr Vl int suisi a t ,m frit C lt ti tl, ia ,!
ItIS |itf eld :lt Ted~i! 0-11 f A r1a1 A!" ie,! f rl. n Anil, iidtl ad', rcr'>lll 111 161, ill the 'e ro w, 'prf r).i ......... c .......... il- e V' :t' o ll | illi.
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lart y ."R hie Os. ofne kinld o'',;.s d eiuf -tri.a1 l A nti I lhe t. A le adn I"', ttue nh l'a ,-e T 5 -g co-ralIu.



f 5~ittata-nhii't usi dm;: n of r i sti ll D it fle tlnlh a K Ah~ti, ataa OV!I HER Al I OltuAe:' T_.In retuiar'1 -7N 15I a





pa t ctki ?i coi;st r" iccr.'|ti'n;r ln 'n nnelkyc'. mn uuv i~tt i fl~ion na Imprtnt Don' accSl ata f eubTI- k
pitt ndrrht be a dordnieor' ; halrtca wa 1, rt s irc a dla, d.OjiitYef-bAP,-- CArmv adquarters ttn-








(hiti Ic nlc-* r *.,'.'- n' Chr i tr 16,, i N-; .~ I. Noti Iff Isf htreb' t ila fou tfy rpIL iaa ilto te iresa ____~ l lit S m .IA A
AnoPi_ the r ia-aat *a Airiiia E cAi "of pir ctaiio eri iseeo ot ti. tts. .itt nh rii. ll ea l t i n Uced Dody th Ma en era
INi as PtM. '' rtna.rsh t he a b e -ot em plr .. w il ll b eld b- rarirsrti fer pr o vte sP I Par wul Newlarden, Commander of









and~ (fi IITFI'r'Tf R t1Stn ll!' I i. e p io.[i ( is ouii. onlyi o'rc Ii;ther t os -atiu';l ln mI '- a l eef'i s. o yanr t e i- .Tk Tp fv>.lk o
ri^S aend treepn'>it .'rhn 437 s oreisf^ oni' airt7 In~'loon, atrd r'twe is tftd5 in remir s. aint alm a. Stall 'i 21 15Mm e~l. Iaga, wonien Maef 'il n*chay*f
Im-iseftia sicy If& 2 'ct' r.l w aysl o als n tio'loc _ __sq uarely placed oner eq nlt andqtofr, gl w eqmioaI.ir r.Aretariv-l rte Ort c FOR Wh the 1 'P ne In which he



toots,-it f ull#,t 0 ltho la 1 r a country a hi chn efond p I f In a wa travelli tl Prhed nat of ti msty otr.
D 1ontinI 7 A"The AmericanstI drlarrctl t walo ere0st n fs)sitruation of emergency be payeo(, f T or W' wa tot ei









''I~iitha~i tshetlursad Y ofaht Two codad. A iandahlati
w kare the nymt likly In be f. IhnL ixlNhtvo, ti Ned* COreLeUMN. serious adverse balance of pay- other personsrwere also killed.








fa 'd y t li.h the f....f toin 5<. attohi efiai d e illtflve And finally tety. ith ha.pi nci n p aes i l oe V t
Juafro#W-rdil'lOandct tasted sail prV'il bythousans II),
~' wir and hit.1 p :R ..v rst W At l lied ex|)liuor, l oand ta d practices were to bei ven ef- at Trl .
f ,* o i eal.ro hi(nt oliv ,1i:4,l OA,fPrrn, !n the vBlu)e o l ft e tt | ro tlhrm-j| U Ali internatIonal .... '













Atuss .lpe dorl clemal Wer ---- Vii'ab 11rom yOftlr Othea rwishee : cue-^
of a to kn behai l st rre, ;a,1> lp, "lpal E dloyme t la, l-. elv i 'n'stiltiOl tThetes t Ind e Fs E ML W
o ,tflle 1AIIen i tr'dtfM l t 1 A ,d, ,oiTclBal-of't fPhrN. Ulad:'. Reg arditl such A n "tio *A W




"hty W 'ar Tr. '. a ortl,' I',,Ma trti dfout inter- l a forum r l vmenhat a the tLord For West Iadia s
311, drain a ,. r Sor < e- .s f tht, .th l r,| %th toff t the Attain ur. h,, atl d. el tao ulie able to mN thItst Crankyt
I h B :, .l "" o If tfll Odet lf9goll emplo y e nt. OFu l em mua- te ufanfd proe in 1e pear- a-- Ne 0ns F i 11s-
1 'M e w | ee 11ttV r' phatA tal lu a. Chaap 1tenotuti, ol. 1. on r t ,e st, pn) fi le r'. oi l *. Anti en ir n-if ,re d di- m y
vM and rxpDtiah o u 1 liana ier eltc tioio11 i nee t of( r io on mu IIai, lut"sio tatn 1,1111. a TB- heolag i nt. m at rm AndtifponliOeh mayesf
i in *enselY grtiii ,r t,,h l:; A1,'F1 ,riv, rc ( f tll the 01. <,ta e 9 o l io fI ,rl, it r tler he r w.i.t wizir. r- Tn r f rom c |awp:;, hendachesIlackarthe .
S United N d1t on.s and( iftt whole s asrdhIhe'>. , every -A%. l-instru ,ted i | TIIE WI7E , ,L Of








FOR T E WIP -erP!day ofcq )*Al~lA* ofthe .Ore
SS P.. . wor(. It I 0*a gti eatthing ton o e ha ve n tini,41hlat i rutk l fee filal loll-, "ir tiw i",upcriona o n hly .
lN GD srovPcd a; common" a lart e arest f C ra)( :n emti is.th. it ay of Tt
C L E AR .. d ..... ..... ,,, ...... IN N. . .r rata I ti once Irv y d|iaE.








eantact I of th Be~irdH. MVNGOi ___Vegetable____ _________to
,SS.,., ., .rTri.pr io Mat+ 61 l Mdo Y,'^^om*:llT"^.l'; ir..Sb^ .,,,+..,.,,.HoH,^^ ,,
: r R I ; ; t R t i S 'i A l l 4 14 & ) EF 0 0 ? A .- I J o i n : D o n t b e .i t 's, -la~, .l, t... .. ,








r RLD1 I) pllcl` elWaev'M'iiiymptt.
Iere on eek. (ntv |,0CA ROAD DO)oRI). In( only to help relieve monthly
nlll er T l ,d Ihirta t +.3e otherwise. pan n bit also arcomlponving lavn.I
,eral < e h; for "he purp ^ of,' It 3.- ; vois ttehnn oe ofWR n1 n irii Th h I
ip S it a a h )FFI, : 10A, IEN tY lot +l, -. ...... .. ..il e'titiP w its thing eff,.ct on I






mieffibl tween Shrt-in at of tw, 'rnr P sa-le-PiN. outF OtOfc.i~r>t nTo ini *irr*d ' aimt J ^ L .^ r WOA. MoXT tUP01"AN
"'" """ ^,' Bii a"* addars (r eeto ut '111-' ndr1>**i0n.r R0r0Ml'!. ...- Zj ^ ... 'l ^ i .... '+ +++ '-
at t 3,00, .t:i125 ndl OClAtPAM Taken Iregulalrty-Pink halm's I
a:Whit* Afth Towe0% ll aV100ur AD ASeAL Pink
S In -6 e-,,.,; or Toweo,, NOTICE I oi a id oot ortm A ADR SH AL Lydla Pnkam's
O f wle a *r l f i+,hrain and ipT f ll1
sit c 1ents: Payingl ('area t7e l *, f*n r4iDolnl tlln kXtlC m tent Don t accept a sub
m '- I with' e. t ol ,, .... Ke Sl dnowtab Compound. Insist o
o~i pe pack.nder.p In *,,t heath It lqan Amofitcalkasaffrl deip.





i, ~ ~ ~ ~ I- nP0tO& [lieTR Revse H.innc 1A'NC.O~ --"---Op"---- ---- OVER^ HER BODYs
i -o' P ra ', atorta vouthful v^l -r III
P S N m chapter I|,No. 1,Notice Is }ereby driftd ital ty Itl&it 1ta Sian o st6 resot .. .
aIA'SPt~m A lR i +vtin 11-st th AMutual Electtio o bof n .. ... . Uevel b an Vsd Dodd's Oin lmen t and
.WS RFM .TILOR th Aboe B ard w ti he i ..he- Amoricrtnll, briefr. Aleonlultoly ar~let11 "
and UTFTTE S, .. . . +." filId Oma r in t ,,a mw#. a novaid pe~pful W as onnWell Alain
and 0treet :: 'Phne472 I e}twc ell tile ho nll l 9O+0'clock tli tl T hr + v rqatn~r. it mft"dpro 1 se al y n nrIl
Stret1'ne452 orecor and 1-2 nor'on. slid twernte t indi 'a,aliortse. lAnd vital organs,, mus "I am 27 lls iars f 1," w ilga liMiss
o'clock find :, on'cl1ock"in the after,- I OWtal rwltira blood. l1"t Of f ig L nColo. 21 g. Rose St., Port of Spaee,
t+ ,... .., tt t~ ap oeln on llrindS end virvo* Ti nid inr,

noon oilThirc'o 2th.1ily Ht,)rir raInroer.motnrr an evoig trVliaml A rshbtt
S P O S O N I"'l a 4111'1II~ e l, t tefllwnPligii t'l -ote,' lev tmn*j.I i it been aiJnsa d all @M M
ili (Ai ',e1_1(..ir.-v_ by hwis"n4s I
1M M ED St, nn's do MNN W lesles'ihs Aolessr
Actin onP be hafo he M vldo ,l Y 'ti i-h et. 44, 1 Imltod l~. I tried. Several alllr
| thdalront fc War ransport !Xlgrr Martin (in Theblor Take Tho I
imit"o ohico,,fito eLtT day*, "tor"" "id" all'to V
hifiis ca rgo-ta er Se o r-the u rp e ( t filling te O a sflieer.v lasle ia t mle 1* .A io 011,1
"11%. etwen "i ded s*4 8fts1n itiWa rdhen'+ O Tligoi fOf(,e,'al o ul fvgvtewrran 4Dd'


.5th July. 1944.


NEW...O CREAM DEODORANT
Uhich safely
STOPS nder-arm PERSPIRATION
1. Doe not rot dresses or men's slhim. DO esOI Ifim *ti
So No wauung to dry. Can be used ri gh tafte sviq.
. Satelt stops perspiration I to I days. Removes odouts &o
perspuration, keep Alzpit dry.
4. A pure, white, greasieltl, Ieasis
Iess vaushmin crant. 7,
S.' Arrid his beena waided thlt
Approval Seal od as lae a.
tiontl Institute f LiAd aetia
for Iting haumles to fiabe.
.Use Anid regullr.l


-Bl^^^48f *eo
W 0"y sul which N -- Meh --b
age l ARltD edA .I


- a


Victory In Si tnl-
T7 begian-ig if the end;
tU daw4 *1 a o New Day NMI
Peace aind G;dwill towards af
men-the World made afe tfor
Denee,".
LAdMi, yl lat play year.
r rli wn hola #heP e es
Smfinlfeor fames "1Ur'o-
RA" FAC POWDERt, ey
nle lIstare, ti san tenfd'i
pMr h b t *. as In; |
ECLAT TOILET WATIICR
dama AlmvestMO Har Grew-
er; CARIHMEEB BOU!QIUET
SOAr. etc.
Do you gre that that com-
biaUen makes a g e beach-
head ?
Fitz'Clorence Speocer,
"The Bon Marchl HoWte"
14, Marine square, ge'--near
R.C. Cathedral--Tel. 4470

Be: fI/l
Eyes-
WEAK NIMONT
RIMLEUS ULVI:E
LOXIW GI '*"-




(I. LU(4K
K...Y
F.R.M.C.. F.B.O A., F.I.O.
and
Ophthalmic Optician
37 Park 8 rort, P.0.9.
and
S39 Coffee lStreet, San F'de.


Weak Thin Blood

Needs More Iron
If hre if r1not enough Iroft In yOtur
blood, arA tc'rlaln to Uffer from
IA ,. of ippetile and ftel t bJllt otad,
ti; 'l. 'i- t< %, piak(, li erinlh. If tit g-
'r thl, hl iay Il(d to th dia, hem,
f t 'ilt II 1'. n, "d bl t, yellowoh
,h'.n p >,or *Ier+i rwp.ik minorr. 'irntt-
.il l 1: 1 t2% l ll it r ~ t forl I I
I', ,,' I *,,l 1, ,I T f hlon I.
?'* 1 ;a' I 't.li r ] -'",1 p+ l,| ,1,, '( f,,l '
lhe Ilhhod i... 1,, A iuI,,w it h
f,'rv+ 111 n->llii iUr'i l inir tl',)n, wilh
1 11"[| 'liriii!;l the dII ,, ., r n% orFerrane
t1v .n Amarican phvs un. rerr*n*
("", t-,- nn i-'!'Ida ih t fi ii ir,tn
an'I j" tl' 1""" "01H 00111o i ln s In- I
21.11!'. to illi rih, r'-I h',olftl and
.(Illir 1)lldil tiltIoOd. Ferrano ptl .
.* ]ii/..- :.Ii1r or nPoet mini( m ike
3 "'l l'-l VoI tc r, shioriinr atiif tl-lth- I
i* r thun in | iPr. o r your iuronh'v harck
t"utralnti-I. 4I;t Forran. froim your
!,,mist today, the guarantee protect,

f THOUSANDS

e distress of PEODIC


WEAKNESS






Compound help biUldt up rpsltLsanl.
anitinIt oirlh i yiptomsnm 17T 1n as
NATUiF. Thou ands of womrn r'porlt
Its ueqfl!+ A.
Also a fli stomintlhitc tonic! f'li-
low label dit.ectotl .a
s VEGETABLE COMPOUND
itituto for Lydia L. Piakham's
in the original and genuine.


-f Royal Strawberry Gelatin
-delicious as th. real fruit I

~ This llg;t refrleshing dessert Is full of spar.
l Wiung flo avour delicious after a hearty
Sro *1,6aIl. Royal Gelatin is pure, wholesome-
/ and so easy to make. Serve it often. PFive
lucious flvouro, cherry, strawberry, rasp.
^^ jS I \ berry, orange, lemon.

besas.5"i Te-s*ihu wst',* w've e0,ui GeleaM-


II
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i dnl-incrican tonooro uiuu1, ,ic., ULpt. / .)6.
P.O. Box L3, sPort.oa-1Spin.


TO SOLVE YOUR PRkOLEM TW
Me s send a beekle 09AMW frw-N
InformfAlum Msubjedts I have mratd
AIR CONDITIONINMO Or AILROAD OAMi f
RAILROAD RATE CLERK
AIR BRAKE
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
BRAKE EQUIPUMET POR 310 SPUD T"',
CAR INSPECTOR AND AIR BRAKI
LOCOMOTIVE BRAU 3QUIPMU T
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER .
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER MECHANICAL
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMAN
RAILROAD CAR WPA1AERS
RAitROAD CONMTZMRi fS
RAILWAY TELEGRAPHY AND TELPHONY ,
N mem ............... ......... ... *........
Address ............................
City .... ......... ................. .. .
Occupatk ..............,...... .......
Employed By ..................................
Apply International Correspondence Scilg
....M PA.. IIK ET '" PMRT-OF-P.SPA




GENT'S SHOE


+ BLACK OXFORDS

+ BROWN OXFORDS

+ BROGUES


Priced at $4.60, $4.95, $5.45, 6.3f-|
$6.60 and $1.75 per pr.

Black Field Boots at $5.20 per


HODGKINSON

NEWMARKET
Corner Duke and Pembroke Streets.


MARRIAGE MADE EA

\. q I I' I C(i It' l Ig yni ir r : irri
pr.'r, c;.. Sirl..! }\,.r pairtier oid v,'C i. SUup
) v>.lh t.e ft .tC L --


* ENGAGEMENT and WEDDING
ItlNGS
* GIFT of JEWELLERY
* WRISTWATCH or BRACELUTI


TATIONEI91
NITTURE, In-
PRINGS and
iHONEa n d
ECORUS
('OSMETI(C'8
NG ('HAIRS

IRE.SORT at


7!


QIQUIRIES INVITED


rAN KHAN
Ir,.,w 1iA h e..r .L -.. 'J im-


- ..---- .-- ...- ..... i.u. ij -iu. a dii rrn
S. & 7' c ('OFFFE STREET I N






SGetting Up Nk


Nervousness -

Backache orj

Leg Pains I

Ofn C(aused by
Kidney & Bladder Troblas
o'a'or e ik ache e ad t ti It im t adiandO health end

I' I. k"r~a. a I-) re tie~
Sl ylurt IId IH rultt0eseIt TmMtlked.Z temWe Ih catI
Ib s0 u sleep diaturb a oramor e a11t with te a el O
Di rf0ll Ol al aat tM t D o Helm p K =tM de. t Ni ,
on Ii 0freqizn p~sa"eg1a

las ei sri sinher te 5,tate thiembdu a* ossih jl~hf
oua *e .t timre, rulbdnewh. Cs out kaa and Inellnle tohloa 'Vial
A.eSl lr" than seli as leld e athe th nit
0 you 1U0 ir from Palo Iaboh. L Its det etiact 11 ii8 b ,i
ato -nin t jl youyt1' Ay" ltUat eaa Ws
16r hp.dacshes? pioig ad hal'i
The obay*, nat l mas"'a tr letfani tllspsy ellastt,.
Urmsptousa ma, often bit caused by kidney U.h mI~tseilasl, aetol lenidi
andblddr trmob es. Th1s Is eatsy to oh0, btack e t Murnlne a.nV
" h"nd when oi reais the "tl im, ortn -Trined p sia r 44l and l
talk reformed I0t *thBe kidine in hDelCl tBe, m .sIi la I t i ONrs
led, matai health energy ant vitality. lianh mat IeoIm.m
Knidm Must Clen Out Aadd. j aIrl+k," It at
Theu Ve" toIyd
+'fi' It. Ia t e tld Id b astute ta I I. A I I+I la' Ll ll
64"~ I'll 7 1 dSidtfta ta Zo ke "w a~ sU
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* HOU'SEHOLD FUR
eluding BE)S, SP
MATTRESSES.
RADIO, GRAMIOPI
GRAMOPHONE RI
* PERFKMERY and
0 SIMMONS 1O.D)I.1
and
i A INTVAMOaON 1
iMAIVARO

EN


SUL'
San Fpernanon


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m. L J. BAHADOORSINGH

rrinidad Boy

Gets War Job

In China
f0wS ha.2 recently been received
at Mr. I. J. Bahadoorsiigh, B.A
Ion B. Litt. SPol. Science 'Oxon.) Barrister.-
,-Law Carnegie Scholar and an
peadldent of the Oxford Union
*,accepted appointment by the
ush Government as Journalls -
lcaster and lecturer in China
Sthe duration of the war against
pan. The English daily on which
will be engaged Is tun by the
ialsry of Information.
imAediacely prior to his cldepar-
i from England in mid-April 1ot
Snew assignment, Mr. Bahadoor-
M_ served for a short period in
bgutlntrv of Inft-matlon. Eng-
fl e arrived in India towards
Send of May and there, while
li air passage to China, re-
Ied cabled information from
of the award to him of the
Degree. He Is at present, at-
tEo the Press Attache's Office,
Vl Embas.%y in Chungking.
Ba. had sOisingh will be re-
il'd as a former pt'pil of
mlB't Royal College, Port-of-
lS is brother, R. Bahadoor-
an ex-pupil of Naparinin
8an Fernaindo, is now serv.
W tohe R.A.F. Tlihey both are
I S of Mr. C W. Julumslngh,
,tw the Colony and Examiner
t Imper'ial Censorship Office,
6544f-Spalit


Cost Of Living
Remains Unchanged
Ot of Ulivinig for July remains
changed ruom last manril
tlty of 194 points, according
ha Index puolishad in the "Gaze,,v
katrauoinary" yesterday.
Although the average levt, of
etail prices under the heading
uel, light, and washing have risen
dx points above the June figure,
average SetU prices of foodstuffs
main te SO ne. as well as work-
UK cWS rents, while c.othing
as dropPed one point, and hAouse-
old equipment and tools two


THE BRITISH ANDI
ALLIED MERCHANT5
NAVY CLUB
FOR MERCHANT SEAMEN
Or ALL THE UNITED
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Ahli Is the Merchant Navy]
tb and isa open every day 3
1 the week from 11 a.m. to
i1p.m. |
IOOKS CANTEEN
BEER, etc.
0I
Monday, July 17 |
8.30 p.m. I
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_+. 'Phone 107.


Sit EE

WEDNESDAY'S

issue for

COMPLETEE LIST
*of


IIOUSEIOLD


FURNITURE

to be
AUCTIONED

at
,%+ ot

W"O'ronD LODGE ESTATE
CHAGUANAS
on

SATURDAY

22nd

by


y. : f*tewria


Details of fruitless efforts which he made to save two girls who
stuuggled desperately as currents swept them out, were outlined by
,iltto Brown to Mr. W. J. Andre, sitting au Coroner In the Pirst
Police Court yesterday Inquiring into the cause and circumstances
surrounding the deaths of Carmen Monterro and Beryl Rosendahl, city
girls who met their deaths by drowning at Maracam Bay on Sunday,.
May 14.
Cries of the girls for help hadv t Fu
many other bathers trying to as-
st them, but th e powerful cur- CerLe1t Fund
rents hindered all rescue attempts,
the Coroner was told. s M r i
The two gi-ls left their homes onG ets M ore A id
the 5aturds.1, to spend the week-
end at Santa Crus, It was at,1. -
Deciding to take a seabath he Additional contributions received
following morning, they went on to s.ice t-e last pub hed fl nure. i n-
Maracas Bay and had been In the eluding a total of $227.04 collected
water five or six times for the day by Miss Imelda Winter, have raised
before getting caught In the cur- the St. JosePh Convent Relief Fund
rents, to $64.436.24.
Brown told the coroner he went Latest list is as follow's: -
rst to rscue o r an she Alre ady acknowledged 63,007 s
first to rescue Monterro and she SKI, Je O'Connor $100. suiper.r l;en e-
pointed hhnim to where her friend .1p Uritiine Order Roman Union $100, Rtv
Beryl wis struggling to keep above Mother Abbe,', Poor C.,.re Monastery.
the water. As he went off to at- I.. A.,10, 'erit. Dalt on Venroituea $I.r
Miss Jeanne Siellwer iNew Yorks Vi,0. Prk MR. PETER BYNOK
slst her Beryl Rosendahl was sud- street ratholic Boyo' Schtiol $1l 92, n
denlv dragged under by currents. Iernindo Aiomotiv. 150 'rTertiary L c l
and her body was not found until ChIcath cIrte $* Miss Metna $7. Ale-
the following day. 4t.ff & pi Prolener inter -hh Local B
Returning. he found Carmen J;.. T snt, o Mi,, $3, Cathiedral
,Monterro had also disappeared. 'y p Cl tlr 20. 1 ta9 0, n T I''e n'c Wl-
Procurin7 a boat lie rowed oult to- e, n aired Ileart (tIri s<,hntoi ii$ In C n d
Sether with an American doctor (:athoit. I< s ch x Wno happened to be bathing there Vincent $10 5 5
Pei,,r Tr tfli~l++d tardlain": R Moo q tl+
that day, but the boat over-turned har IS. <',nr% iil m.:ith;,rt $V. <:0,, Vo-II lllMssioll
before they had spotted anv' of the rr.,,riic, :rwinlr,,liaeti hI MIn, I Mrv
'N lel $0 .11 !in M -pa $!, ti motpnthiserr.......--- ...
nirls. After struggling back to the tDIr tl i' t 1$1.'I 5' y' ExchangeNlwwahed by cable yes-- -
beach, he saw Carmen fl,'.'ting out- ( ,itth,,Ic ,I,,,td $1 0.',m Yi'v 0. Mr. was rec .e b cable e-
Ssle, She was brought 'n and ar- and Mrs I.ailrelt s:. Janes Htedheiid terday by hiLs father. Mr. A. E.
tilfliclal respiration applied, but to Julia iedhe, l', 0ci J ieanne iiitlitle $ :! 3Bynoe of Trinidad Petroleum De-
Sno avall. r,. Pena. (,oir A4 N ll Kh of Rt' velopment that Leading Aircrafts-
r~o RvaH. <' Hnirnwrndert++No 261K nlghtla of St John
The spot where these people $so,. < loria ldghiltl s$ man Pcter Bynoe, who Is now In
bathed was most daprioerous, is Per Re Mr Mtrint o q A Mavaro Canada serving with tlhe R.C.A.F.,
$72. I|nl.Ieitl Stores 4n Fl'rnillldo $100, i d graluated on Friday and had
strong currents were always ex- K,It Indi., Yth i.e PrinesC Town Pid eracTa
nected there end there were a si. Pr,ee,I.,ir dan.'e given hb I.eo An- been granted a comnniissiolti. He is
Snunmber of siuction holes, the Car- I'riion nd Ce I Fil. tl l2. Collected by serving with tht Bomnbel and Navi-
Mtsam or MlnIep r Terra Mn ,i Collected 11 E ater Comnm rd.
owner wis told bv Police Const'iPH MI Tcinelda \Wniler t224.06i. FinlCi ii aor Comtai
Dvwr who was at Maracas on duty tI,.n at i,.rarl,,>r.iih. To.l .e hy .1 lp Mr. Bynuo Ir left Trilidad Ii May.
aR member nf a life svin. DartyV ilodrltiez%1/ 1, (Cllicted by Alfred I 19"3, having giVll ti p an oillield
S a !Ste ' r tMr. A. or 11>80 tI8:,$ n iob tno Jo ii) He was well known
Rosen rIl's mother who wept as 0 ,, t%: A,.hlltlnal cllllet,nIll c i H a 'lknn
sRh t-stifed told the Coronnr. "She 110)'B list $ Totall i 1,"' 21 n Ti'it tihad as atll in'.Perclon Il
left to Vo to santa Cr'mz for a footballer. having played for St.
week-end t ip to now I cannot un- Mrrhsana Band andrepresented the
derstand it." Islitd as left wit ,iHs brother.
O rph na BdP Rand Mr. QuititiI1n out'O who left in
_- _l Aiiu,,st. 1143. is al-, a Ifactding Air-
Ss Gardens T d (yraft.si.in witi tli C' AF. and 1i
More Bonus Tals In gardens loday. studying for his m


In South Soon
Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, July 14
Notice of a motion calling for ant
earlv meeting of the Finance Corn-
mlitee of the Cotincil here to co'-
sider the quest:.on of an tncr ase
In war bonus to employees, adjust-
ments to salaries o. certain em-
ployees, and timates for street
and other improve.mnts of he
town, referred to Fin-nce Commit-
tee from time to time, has been
qiven by Councillor Ra'ph Mentor.
The motion reads as follows:
"Resolved, that this Counell
awres that one or more zi.eetings
of the Finance Committee be sum-
moned in the immediate future for
the specific Ap.'pose of dealing
with la) the question. of a general
increase in the war bonus addi-
tions belns paid to the staff and
all other employees of the Corpor-
ation; (b) to review and recom-
mend what adjustments should be
made In the recent applications by
Individuals and groups of individu-
als in the service of the Council
(CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN


The r elmlonlt Orphanage .Paind! 111 1
will render the following pro- larV's
gKI'amme at the Botanicl Gardens, St Hla s v
o'clock. Concert
a er.... co,,im..,ing at 5.30 o c r Thursday
March 'Belphegor" ... Brepsant M H, MD. Carpenter. Mr. Or-
Overture "The Calf Baghdad" mond Riddel anid a wood wind
........ .Boieldieu quartrttetinder Lieut. R. Dennlson.
Selection *The Merry Widow" tie Director of Music. will be
.. .. ........ ......... Iehar puest artists when students of the
Duet "Excelsior" ................. Balfe Bishop's Hi!,h School for girls give
Valse "Antieus' ........ Lolltter their concert on Thursday night,
(Evening Bellsi July 27. at s4-0 p in. at their school
Spanish Dance--"Chiquilta" in aid of the St, Hilary's Music
........ ........... Fernandez Fund. There will also be vocal items
Hymn: iby the school's singing club under
"Holy God We Praise Thy Name" the direction of Mrs. Robert John-
God Save The King stone, chairniivin of the Music Asso-
__________ ciation There will be no res'erva-
(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS COL.? Li .n of seats and cl:ets may he
oLtalnied from the school froiom to-
for an increase of wages or sala- miorrow or at t' e Idoo.
ries; and Ici all esti"iates for A sum of $435.17 has been rlIsed
street and other improved tcnts of for the Tranquillity (Girls' Inter-
thile town referred to tl.e Finance mediate School's Piano F'lnd from
Comniitte from time to time; and the two concerts held recently. The
instructs His Worship the Mayor nrogrammes were arranged by Miss
to take the necessary steps to have U. McShlne, the principal of the
such meeting or meetings stumni- school
moned. the first of which sha:l be ___________
convened within fourteen (141
days of the accept nee of this -- -
motion."


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37 Societies

AgainstPlan By

Government


Expressing disapproval of deci-
sion of Government to house tub-
erculosis patients at thc House ol
Refuge anrd also to put the health
office there, 37 representatives of
a number of friendly societies at a
conference presided over oy His
Worship the Mayor, Councillor H.
0. B. Wooding, at St. James, on
1Frtlay night, unaninouso adaptet.
resolutions of protest lhich are t.
be foiwarde dto Government.
Tile resolution radiated grave
concern over ihe T.3. patients'
transfer, and puti the view that a
health office at the House of Refuge
was unsuitable for those for
whom It catered.
SpeaLers included Councilor
Vivian Henry, Mr. hai niolph Mit-
chs.il. Mr J. E. Felix. M Hlubert
,,-vansoii anid Mr. Dunlstail Clarke
Scietes represented w'ere the
Scottish Star Lodge, :. Jlames Star
Priendy Society, Invincible Domes-
tic Social tfnlon ?vst':qni o Rose
Catholic, St. James Mutual, Sacredi
Heart Catholiolc. Trinidad National.
Benevolent. Wood'rool; Loyal, S:
.Jhmes All Ages, ,rid :dral Frientciv
Societ.es, iand the Eiast Tintdian
Cricket nnid the Quvcii b:Wi Lit-
erary anid ID, batin Clubs
The Mayor conratitul:>el the
cilferDence anid expressed his lihope
that the f.' cnoly soci'etliIs would
cOllthiue t eral limprovement rll t I t' (i t i t ct
in which they f{ctioned,.


Cuffing Police
Costs $25 Fine
Iteflsll aceillpnalied bi '.. ilfy' t l
show a pulic' inll1 hl 711111l11 i;:, il
brought Rah in. 1 Klin ta $.-, line
with on all erl atJll c tl to\\l o ii 1 ;lii..
ill Jail a|ele lhe ,Ipjwm'. ,(l riircl< ,
M r tilles Ma lih,llt iii tile ']'l( It
Police Courtol Frlcid'.
Ma I ili iil'le tl '.1
    ra(k k ( S limi w i(, {|:,, l im.; i j $1| (,j,, I
    for obstlin'tillg ill' l..;.- ill (d po-
    lilemati.
    Evidwcpe sli,,(' rd,(- Hlh,i: hW 1.111 rr-
    fused to show Ills riil I i ]-:II lht t U
    Specw'l c(i-' tw')|- H| 'n iitd / vihm
    .tuminotltld Cois',jlt I.f l tttI't '' tI
    his help He al.stl r I, l* ,j'd tit slho
    it to M N1. lii fl,.t ;lla d (+itlf d hiili
    while he I .is !tclh'tflltl:o ti I I | .,|.
    cUtit 'Is I l lit llke l lf tlli il',', i' ;;.
    tiull.


    Shadeless Cocoa
    No Problem
    r t'ferrinll ye'te'rday tn fi0 "TIi-
    nidaid (;u ardiail" of 'l;iat Thiirsd:ty.
    iII which hi,' was inad ekrtentilv tI-
    ported as saving that a calamlitv
    such as thl disease itTf''r!i g 'h6e
    "Anianc"i' immniortlle recalled f)r
    a variety of cocoa thal would nitl
    require shade, Mr. H 0 illiitto%.
    the Actrin, Dih+tci hr of A'rlcul-
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    it had been demor.strated over
    many years that cacao ultably
    planted and protected from wind
    voultd grow without shadr.



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    S TOBAGO
    f SPECIALS
    == peybide Ls:ae and Spey-
    - side-on-Sea--o0 Acres. Com-
    = plete. kuU particulars at
    E office.
    Moody Bay Estate. Appr. 454
    Acres-Bargain.
    louis d Or Es ate. Appr. W
    S Acres--Subject to being un-
    s old.
    SBlenheim Estate. 113 Acres -
    E 4"i miles from Scarborough.
    SLarge Estate near Plymouth ?
    !N.B- Louia Gilman Thomam is
    Also wlling to undertake the
    !sale of your estate also.
    N No Sale-No Commslusion,
    5 TRINIDAD 8PECIAL.R
    1197 Western Main Read
    S -Freehold. Ponsesslon
    *............112,5KW
    =1 Furnished Hotel For Sale
    N -12 Bedrooms-Bargain.
    S Parli Boulevard Halt
    | Pos s'lon .... ..... 17000.
    Providene Estate, Caurm
    Sannr 45 Acre- .... 9MS.9
    1 Ilan# Ilome--"Gsparoe
    Sand Monos." .....
    84 Belmont Cl,'ular Road
    Shon and House-Bar-
    gain .............. /104MM
    4fl Alfredo Street. Empty
    EaTsy Parment.
    Pay Cash .5WA. balance Mo
    mortgage. Near Trolley. Neao
    Market. Quiet Leeallty. 3
    quick.
    19 Quarry St. Reotal
    $18.60 ............. JMM.
    Freehold Property I-
    Queen's Park Eat
    House-Empty and appr.
    1 Acre Flat Land. Stnrm
    at back. 8sultable fw
    Farm. Petit Va!ey, Diego
    Martin............ wI
    House and Appr. 3 Ares
    Land. HaNruetto Valley
    Caenmae ............ 4JWM
    4 New Modern BuniBaow
    -Maraval .......... Cheap
    51 CInrlani Boulevard-
    7 Bedrooms .... IOW
    No- Rungalow-4 Eat
    Hill, Caade ....... hp
    Large Rom and 4 Aerm
    Land. Santa Cnr (river
    at baekt i........... .4144
    V--ant Cottage, O'Connomr
    Street .... ........ Che
    0. Paddle Read-Now.
    Vacant ............ 1 M.S
    Offlce and Showroom. 10
    Charlotte Atreet. Tel. aS,
    Louis Gilman Thomas
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    JULY is, 1i4t


    | ity Corporation Fiddles
    While Port-of-Spain Burns
    -'T'HE campaign instituted by the "Sun-
    Sday Guardian" to get signatures to a
    water petition has had some success, and
    we expect an increase in signatures this
    week. As a correspondent points out on
    this page, one need not be a burgess or
    taxpayer to sign. The simple require-
    ment is that one should reside within the
    Port-of-Spain water district. Signatories
    need not even be affected by the shortage
    directly, though all should be interested
    in the present terrible situation. There
    can be no isolation where the safety of
    thie city is at stake, for lack of water may
    mean widespread destruction should a
    fire occur-and those who do not sign
    ay suffer equally with those who do.
    SThe cartoon on this page suggests
    lJahat the City Council has fiddled while
    :'he city burned. ThIs Is a symbolic pre-
    :aentation, but it has its literal side when
    we remember the convent fire. Nor can
    !the Council escape responsibility by mak-
    ling scapegoats of its engineers or other
    officers, for these have inherited a pro-
    iblem which could have been liquidated
    years ago if the City Fathers had talked
    :less. We are reminded today of the plight
    :In which the Council finds Itself through
    : its own fault, when we look at the Gov-
    -,ernment notice, under the Waterworks
    Pind Water Conservation Ordinance on
    'this page. The Council now cannot legal-
    i v operate its wells at Cocorite without a
    S, permit from the Director of Hydraulics.
    -, This, in our view, is poetic justice. It
    I3 a step in withdrawing from the Coun-
    cil a responsibility which It has shown It-
    S self consistently unable to shoulder. The
    next step will be for the Central Adminls-
    :tration to take over the whole system
    : and give our long-suffering citizens the
    ei," ', :xtra water which is available, but which
    .: the Council refuses to utilise. Then we
    4i shall be able also to have the distribution
    system overhauled-a step recommended
    A h4n the Humphreys report, but only now
    : beginning to appeal to the Corporation
    ,when public opinion is aroused. It is
    t clear that we cannot trust the Council to
    -' tackle any job of the kind, and the Gov-
    ernment must undertake it.
    ,l :' The trouble with the City Council is
    "too much politics, though that word in
    Its original meaning had a higher con-
    :notation than seems affixed to it today.


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    with its attendant prosperity. if the as:- transportation problems of Trini.
    lo.'l inhabitants are expected to Expenditure of the dad Is not intended 'i the com.-
    endure such acute inconvenience as overnmenb of Trini- ilete solution, but it will have Swift Plants. i South1America eawork.
    Swe have been undergoing for the dad (1940) .......... $20,519,090 served its purpose if it has created IS at pa kpaoity. Moere ofthe Swift
    Ipast months. Value of Imports Interest. causes discusslon- and fln. hig quality m t egtables and fruits 4
    and indifference, you will continue V.,lue of Exports Itening an Immediate modification
    It is' hoe thalt in spifte of sloth 111401 * * 45.0924)68 ally, sets the ball rolling in has- abs. ever haters seM-a ndefngl shipped.
    your adw'.!table campaign and that 1940 ..............$37.359,48ft of traffic legislation and. with it, t for the duration, they are being sent
    lactlcn will be tRVt, ,nw. As it Is only one item of our the construction of essential and to new destinations and that's why
    SHEILA HUTCHINSON. -very-day life. It is a staggering modern trunk roads In this island, yes dealeb
    L 1L I Port-of-Spain. figure which must affect the eco- It must not be forgotten that the Y m rim y ot b bl ppow
    L N --nomi c structure of the island, es- islands of Barbados and Jamaie y now.
    pecially with regard to agriculture. b-ive already, out of sheer ecnmi Th familiar Swift label will be back on
    SShower As An Ornament it isa proven fact that has been necessity, altered letslton to r- sust sn
    A -IThe Editor. "Sunday Guardian." known for some time by compe- sit pay loads of nup to to be puM" Meawhile lt's all keep o do- .
    I am thinking of having a shower tent public authorities that it is carried. "
    18 nEDOCK STIMET and tap as ornaments. chrper in the long run to re-o- Other tiler" islands in the Wet ag ythi we san to help win the war.
    for as the clock strikes six aim.. cite a highway entirely rather Indie opeWe, contraven reula-
    PHOW am the a,.ter says Voodbye. Just think than attempt to Inodernise an ex- tion for the sMOle Vey gowdtu
    5rof persons having to take water to Istine route asish bein done to on. Why should r sCOMPARJA SWIFT DE LA FL
    hospital Ior the sick t,- ,'--,.'' the .Sothern Main Road, which, in tenaciously hold on to the r, e tgnt 1 s
    pers-Ot.4apal. torlL Sh M lest S0 Yecarsuss duvlt-pe mImte of.0'-tea =v-ha4 emen- --d,-i ---Fo gr Q 8we ?gh
    11111601 &a #11101i^ 1114 4p I1 Mta t tt-uouabuttt of &t 31.tP ---- SW F mor e M is 0
    W lr" b *trit- of 910011 0 @ t tT '


    SpubX Is sthred up, but the moment JTe To Government. N
    the pment fluster ends we can expect aoThe Editor m
    return to the talk-nd-do-nothing policy. ,-W AT.S IECS FV E
    Let us all then be up and doing, sign ,$'. S Ar R R T F I
    the water petition today, send it in to- IN WAS ING N
    morrow, and W rp our friends, acquaint- T h e- i( ______ __arg
    ances, and fellow-w kers to do the s s-" t i W hi an USoA T *
    same. We want more water, and the City Civic Duty Should Urge Recruits wanted for Auxiliary Territori l
    Council will never give It toC Alu To Sign For Water u duty in Washington, U.S.A-- ood T
    TAie 0Mds", r G"l0., -. y > Shorthand not essential.
    r hI am frald there a tie Po Release certificates from employees
    pi who, although very vociferous Relas certficats from employs"
    Elsenhower W arns Allies n.the.r d d s for apr. pr
    Eise how r W ans les water supply. are too lethargic to
    take the necessary actionto a.sist .Cduced by all applicants, but no Job should
    Ag ainst rOpti m themlvea or the,r tellow cit.z,-a. I until notified to do so.
    nst Over-Op imism Thi is fai rly evident by the re-
    sponse to your present campaign
    GENERAL EISNHOWER, the Allied for signatures to the proposed All Candidates please apply IMMEDI
    peition. Some believe that be-, ^f*- B- 'SW*(? AA T *jm~tr f --'J
    Supreme Commander, warned last petition. Some believe t person to A.T.S. Headauarters. St. Jam.
    Supreme Commander, warned last cause they are not taxpayers, or; 't
    rsl are not on the burgess list, the), /r~- w t-
    night against over-optir-ism as a result : not quadfled to join in te Port-of-Spain. ,
    of the run of Allied successes. With p to- fl but I think ou made it /ose whose nmes re already down
    dictions that the war will be over before enjoy this privilege. There are 1come up again
    also a few others, because of local- J come up again.
    the end of the year, such a warning is a ity or other circumstances. whose Fddlng while the city burn
    domestic Supply has not been seri-Fid ngw letec ybu s
    timely counter to any belief that there ously affected and tley are at- T.
    prsn o oinceinted ap etio., '
    can be relaxed effort or that Germany uwillingtojoinrin the petitio.end are Mrn T r k Ro Sm A.T. Hq., Junior'
    will be easily beaten. It must be remem- Now, this is a w-ong and l be 1 i lT r un oyst Ie St. James Barracks. Officer
    Stostrich-like attitude to adopt, be- T14th July, 1944 .
    bred that in spite of its colossal losses cause while they do not suffer any 1 t
    personal inconvenience, they prob- iA ep a o
    and the strain imposed on its dwindling bly overlooL ntie n enac to ran poron I C E
    resources, the Wehrmacht is still a force e ld cth and the piseacknow- By '"TRAW'I" area. The construction of speed --
    resoucesthe ehrmch i stil a orce ledged fact that the present water srteswlonyedtoncasi
    capable of offering strong resistance. supply is inadequate to deal with Scri week ago the "Sunday strethes wll only tend to Increase I LLEGAL POSSESSION OF FIREAR
    an outbreak of fire. the danger to pedestrians, because I POSSESSION OF Fl tARM$
    was While the re community spirit an" published a leading art- average speeds will go up.T oi
    The war in Normandy last w k was While the real community pr lcntiled"Tlansort e e The atention of tne public is hereby drawnto the
    may be lacking, each and every e.entitled ..Trnansport Survey Re-
    still the stage of playing for positions, citizen, whether he likes it or quired to Meet Post-War Needs." Dangerous sBeads the uer nae by toe governor for uie onto| 1
    still in the stage of playing has civic responsibliies i o v t p f einappearing r ti tne "itoyal tazeLtet of the 28th e hctooer, 1is
    withas civic responsibilities which Government were pressed for a de- Aroutiu lhte, hteetouthern Main iaiepersoinuay elonapusesr on oflfcrearms without aw
    with the initiative still min the hands of cannot be evaded without detri- declaration as to its intentions re-Rd had 129 dangerous bends and i n o e no e
    the Anglo-American forces and with no- meant to the well-being of te .gardinq plans for internal trans- ione-line-t.,tc bridges, together 2. Al person wo my be in possession of fire
    the-entire community, and it i t port of the island after the war wt a cruce bitumen surface having a permit required by tie sald Order are here
    sign of the long-expected Germnan coun- that they should awake to their and the relative position and i- which is guarameed to kid to elven a se re fore the 31st day of Augustr
    sense of responsinillhy. portance to be assigned to road arid 3n urne t kstelo lvr ne same on oreoete31tdyoAus,
    ses frsolliiy otnet easge ora n most stable vehicle with new tyres|I nearest ipohce station in their district.
    ter-offensive. The fact that after 40 days I believe the Chamber of Corn- rail transport. ofthe b veh clewd w tye nearestt police stton ln lter dstrict.
    merce some mo::,hs ago took up As a qualified engineer with of the best non-skid type on a wet No prosecution will be insdituted against any persas
    Rommel has not struck back hard is evi- the water situation with the Gov.a- road experience in many parts of day at more lan 4 ,1Iwi's an 1iou1. pursuance of this notice and delivering any firearms as rqt
    dence that he is yet unable to dO so, and ernment but this in an opportune the world, I now give a consid- Much of this old roadway is being From ard afier the said 31st day o1 August, 1944. the
    enc a he Is yet unab d0 SO, and moment for them to press tne mat- ered estimate of the cost of road left. There is no doubt that when we of the said Order will be rigorously enforced.
    in the meantime the Allies are massing ter further., transport ot Trinidad and chal- return to normal once again, thein- On conviction for an offence under the provisions q'4
    You are to be highly compli- lenge, the railway to compete dex of accidents under these con- Order the penalties are as follows:---
    the power with which to give the next ment.d for your energy and zeal with a -nodera road transportation dit.ons will increase and not de- (a) on summary trial a fine of $480 or Imprisonms
    in regard to the water situation, system. crease What is needed is com- months or both fine and imprisonme nt'o
    powerful blow. The capture of Caen and and I trust that when the cam- It is considered that effort is plete reconstruction by a compe- (b) on indictments a fine of $1.000 or Imprisonment for
    the progress of the Amirican troops at paign is closed on July 20, you will essential to improve the speed of tent Imported contractor against or both fine and Imprisonment.
    the progr o th A ,r n t ps at have the support of the entire transportation, with emphasis upcn competitive bids. A T
    the other end of the front mean the com munity. movement with safety. The neces- The highway connecting Port-of- ERROL L. dos SANT
    I have pleasure in enclose ng a sity of speed with safety has crest- Sl.ain and ban Fernando aiould Acting Colonial
    worsening of the enemy's position for list of some signatures Supporting ed a new science called 'Traffic folow the shortest possible route.
    the next stage. The progress made during the petition. Engineering." which deals not only along the coast and would reduce
    the next stg. Te p g mae duPICKIr.i" with roads from the surface down- the present distance of 39 miles to NOTIC E
    the week has been satisfactory, having Port-of- Spain. wards, but also from the surface 26 miles-a saving of 1S miles;
    .pwards, namely, the traffic hand- thus for the same load, the freight----
    regard to the inability of our aircraft to More Water Wonted i "',. would be only two-thirds of the
    provide full support to the ground forces The Editor. "Sunday Guardian." Modern Methods present cost. This is not all. Larg- WATERWORKS AND WATER
    provide full support t te ground forc Here enclosed is a signed petition By modern methods, the cost of er trucks could cut rates to 50 per WATERWORKS AND WATER C NSERV
    because of adverse weather. il support of the vigorous can-transportin go i t Ui cent of the present rate. So tiit ORDINANCE'
    Apagi you artn waging: aood wishes States and 'in Great Britain is down by a new trunk route, the cost of
    Allied progress in Ita!y has been slow and best of luck, to three cents per ton-mile a.S transporting a load of cement, It is hereby notified for general information tht
    butl steady, with our forces approaching When you want more water, against 10 th 15 cents per t:n-mile flour, lumber, grapefruit, vege- Ordinatce came u.iu aorce on ise July., M4. and Lt
    Go to the head of the fountain-- in Trinidad. Ne. in Trinidad, there- tables or anything else would be oate it anali not oe iawufl for any person-
    important positions in th. face of strong the Governnnl., (fore have a long way to go, but only one-third of the present cost
    Nai o.sitin Th MURRELL. this can be ac'(mpllished if the -that could be guaranteed. te) to sin- oay weii or bore-,oie tL' to deepen an ex
    Nazi opposition. They re now nearing Port-of-Spain. trunk roads system of the is'!ind This should appt.il to business bor-.ue w.Lt i object ot aos..g uuc
    the city of Leghorn, capture of which will and traffic legislation are brought houses, traders, market gardeners tiieLiior0 o1'of using i or ttile usaj v l 1eSe I
    he cty o Lgorn ctue o w w Scramble At Standpipes up to modern standards, and estate owners. And the bust- oaner waste, or tO CoiVel', a %,1 or 6oiec-iule or
    give them a port to help speed up sup- h Edi, "u G Modernislng road transportation ness man, professional man and lot tile aotiacuon ua oil L o a wed or ufgoe
    replies and hasten the enm sEditor, "Sunda Guardian." would result in an all-round ir- the worker could make the tripasacon water or ur e disposal of bew
    plies and hasten the enemy's defeat. Act- ItWke great pleasure in signing provement in conditions. It would safely in little over 30 minutes In- ctoer w ,, or tu o sar y tut a,,y iJs it i au y 5U
    ivity by Allied aircraft based in Italy this petition, and pray that every Improve our rural educational sys- stead of the present hour and one- or o cause ur sutr any un opea
    ivity by Allied aircraft based in Italy has ci zen of Port-of-Spain will sign tem by developing a rural school-lhalf of nerve-racking drive. out in whooe or in part. uniesa Cere is in iorce
    continued against targets in SOulthe his or hers and send it along. I 'bus system, eliminating the ineffi With respect to the cost, let us writing so to do granted oy tie Deiector anfl
    continue against targets cn SouthenW r cooniions an restiactios cntaned or Implied
    eon't believe there is another city cient little school houses. It would assume a safe figure of $60,000 peracana loean with;
    France and the Balkans while, despite in t.e West Indies where the citi- improve our national health by mile. This would work out at an mt ar camped with;
    unfavourable weather, aircraft from Bri- zfles have ben disreardeoated withe such bringing the doctor to the door outside figure of $1,560,000. Assum- tb) to abstract underground water from any well
    uf ouaewetr c flagrant disregard of their san quickly; by supplyin fresh perish- ling an average of 300 tons of pay whetherr ia exisece when tnLs Urdminance come'
    taln dealt deiaatating blows to enemy- tionand health. *- '" able vegetables, ? and fish as load, 100 'buses and 300 motor cars or sunk tnareafter) or to use it ior the dlspog
    Theburgesses .eredwo l ftiwell as e .y i tc8n7iaig the. W88- being carried every day In i year, water or other waste, or to cause or suffer aw,,
    held Europe, particularly at Munich what will be thp manifesoetota billty of recreational areas in the the annual saving would be around tion to be carried out, unlesssthere is in force
    ,he coming elections, surely not mountains, at the beaches and re- $300 ..0 I cat c e
    which was hit hard on three occasions.Thng ousin,.a s a ti rsinn,.
    which w ht hard on three occasions housing,santaton,or water. Things creation fields.. writing t do so granted v the Director
    The Red Army gained more successes have reached such an appalling r educence are complied with: Provided t
    state of affairs that Government To Rteduce Cost 1938 Figures i iec r opidwt:Poie hat, I" h
    stat of ffars tat overmenwell or bore-hole which Is In existence when thl%
    during the week, opening up a new offen- should take over the whole Coun- ... In other woras this road would e or ore which Is n t
    sihe tt would reduce the over-all costI I ote woras, this ioad would comes into force and which is then used for the
    se toward the Latvian order and cap- e o transportation, thus lowering berepaid In smcthlng like 5 years. of underground water or the disposal of sew
    f mrn counciors we considerablyv the cost of merchaqn- Ihe above tralic is oased on 1938 other waste a licence to continue the partlcuiar
    turning Vilna and Pinsk in their drive into t" s~e conditions for theniseles, die in general, both imports and feures so that it is quite clear t....t not be required until the exploration of one month
    P nlet them ho around to the Belmont, experts. t would increase the 'five years Is a safe maximum figure. coming into force cr. if application is meanwhile
    Poland. As the week wore on our Allies Clifton Hill. and Laventille dis- market areas. thus permitting arg- Admitteoly, the Sout.iern Main licence, until the application is disposed of by thl
    drew Closer tt German rsoil maintaining r c s t 4 i.m. and see the s ,tqm- er and cheaper merchandising uis Road is the most glaring example
    drcw closer t ermansi antning ped of men. women, and children and it would improve livin,, con- of the need to rebuild the trunk Applications for permits anrd licences should be made
    the rapid pace of their westward push. at tle stindplpes ditlons by making it possible for lord syste.i of the island. Assum- to the Director ol Hydraulics at 134 Frederick Street, M
    That oes on innt6! R a.m. when people to live further from 'hleir lng the main road system could
    While there was evidence that the whole th, water Is locked off again, until work in less coi:gested areas. genai,.lly be reduced from 250 miles ERROL L dos SA
    eastern front would soon be flaming, "Ilollowln morning, anrid diriic- Thus improved, automotive trans- to around 150 miles at a cost not ER d '
    eatrn fron wu soon aing, hose two hours, it is a ouestlon of pcrtation would improve business, in excess of $10.000,000-provided Acting Colo_ _
    there was nonas that the Germans would the sur,'" 0- f f-*.." society and civilisatton. The suto- competent contractors carried out
    ALONZO E. RODRIGUEZ. mobile is fundamentally an Instru- the works-tilis amou-.t could sure-
    soon be able to stop the Red offensive. In- Port-of-Spaln. ment for conquering space and ly be found by a short term loan -
    deed everything pointed to further and time. Its usefulness and the degree if the benefits obtainable were fully
    greatersucco Soviet on sve an a tr to which it will be used are meas- explained to the public.
    greater successes for Soviet offensive Water ured primarily by its ability to do Of course, traffic regulations W
    OR. THE ,3IILKMAN'S FRIEND this. At the present time, this to0l would have to be alteredd to permit
    strategy over German defence in the The Editor. "Sunday Guardian." is far ahead of the roadways pro- the use of modern heavy vehicles
    near futurePlease publish these lines: vided fcr i s use and trailers. Trailers are to a truck W W
    near future. "Mother, may I go upand bathe?7" Trinidad has approximately 1.100 or tractor what a cart is to a horse.
    Among important incidents in the "Yes, my darling daughter; miles of roads, of which otily 23501That is in (he same vty that a
    "But dailing. wiat a hope you've miles need oe considered in th4 ioi'be can- craw several lines the
    war In the Pacific last week were the got trunk road system of the Island. load OaRL It could carry on Its back,
    trapping of 45,000 Japanese west of "It'you expect to find any Taking 1940 as the last nominal a truck or tractor can draw t M O R
    water!" year, in round figures, there were: least twice what It could carry on
    wak in New Guinea, the heavy bomb ME wt T TNNY SON. 5,000 privately owned motor-cars, itself. what it cou carry on
    Port-of-Spain. 1.200 taxis, 400 'buses, 2,400 trucks, The use of trailers is1 not gener-
    ment of Guam, which may be the pr,.'- 300 mnot:r-cycles, or a total of 9,300 ally permitted by existing legisla-
    automotive vehicles of a purchase Lion except for indivisible loads
    lude to invasion landings by American Water For Tourist Trade value of $12,000,000 at that time. and then only under special pe.-

    ___---- FOOS_^^
    forces, and the bombing of airfields In The Editor, "Sunday Guardian' Past figures of not only Trinidadm its.
    The saying that a country gets but also of he U.S.A. and Great The relient factors now limiting
    Dutch New Guinea. Ihe Government it deserves can be Britain show that there is a the sizes of goods vehicles are-
    r8ph ti~as iantaof 'Port-of-Spain has teady annual increase of aptrox- maxim costgrep r osents weibe ht __l___Inthe__01_____NO_.,
    orptthe cnit C 'Potounci i s s arately 10 per cent so that it might width 8t m gross wei Sghth l,20bt.,
    Ahe long-winde Toraio n of te safely assumed that 10 years i t Inhs and length 2ftt. ___________________
    cn Ilors hvl e r p asedntd ay ok the CI .ter the present war, there will be _otor_________basedonp
    co__nc__or__ha__epassed_____oke._I__somnething *iaue double this number Reeommendations ------
    ~- however, only about 1.500 caiizns on the roads.TeSoitofAomiv En
    O have signed your water petition it TeSceyo uontv n
    would appear that the remainig AnnuIIal Cest gineers of the United States tWhlch THERE'S NO SHORTA~ lm
    98500 inhabitants of Port-of-Spain An estimate of the annual cost represents toSe best brains in the
    are not at all inconvenienced by the of Trinidad's fleet of road vehicles motor industry of north America) i
    lack, of water for baths and oomestic is approximately s.oo,o0000. This iS have issued recommendations on 0 F' S W I F T P R 0 D U C T %l,
    A RTSILKpurpoes, and are therefore ade- estimated for the year 1940 and the load and dimen~sion limitations
    A1R S Kquatey represented by the City mad: uP as foliows:--- of motor vehicles, based on pi'ati-
    Counci. Oascene Tx, Llencescal engincerinr requirements for
    There is still time before the end Duty on spares and the design .,id operation of motor 1
    of the war to put the water sltt-,e- tyros, Duty on new ye-trcsadheromitonfte '
    iTED PANT|ES trck edthlrembnin f h
    tian on a proper footing, and to hile .ea .............-$1,660,00 units, as established by ublished
    lE A T S~prepare generally for the influx of Cost ef new vehicles engineering reseae.oh by qualified
    torssthat will want to visit thE fiesa Dutyt ........... I,07S,000 authorities on strictly engineer-ing
    island, as soon as shipping arnd air Oasolene, 5 million gals. grounds.
    tirvvel become available. lIeu- Dutym ........... 0,0 ti o ugse htw hud~~
    $r have spent four and a half Spare Prts and Tres 0 gotall othe way but attleastwalong
    1 Pars in war-time England, where ess Duty)............$ 775,000 the lines of these recommends-
    the predominating idea of most Imnsuace-............ $ a0,00o tions.
    people is to have a long holiday In Wages--chaufreurs, con- ~ We should therefore think on
    FROM 50. PR. the sun. as soon m1 possble. EurOpe, duetora, loaders, drlv- te lInes of the following:
    the Middle and Far East will be era and mechanl .... 84,200,000 Width^-n s xluum dy width of
    out of the question for a few years, -.... 96'" maximum 5I/re width o
    so the obvious places will be North Total .............. $9,210,000 102"
    - and South America and the West Height-maximum height of 13' 6"
    Thdls, It will be noted that $1,ei0,000 Length--maximum length sin- '
    Trinidsd has the geosraphi.vl goes to revenue, of which 81,500,000 gle unit ss' trailer unit 45'
    A~m n~n~and air port of the Western Hernis- licences and of which only $578,096 16.0001b.
    s apher tf hereis wise p',snnlng and t1941 figures was spent on raids. On these lines, we should profit
    PA Nforesht.It is however futile to As a yard-stick, let us compare by not restricting larger vh c^hles
    S7Z<. Pr. eve contmplate such things as the this fgure of 89,210.000 per annum by any ill-chosen limitations.
    development of the tourist trade with other financial figures such. Thin hnvin,.t,, ^e -. .i.. .. --


















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    A


    sf ReesUes1 the King and Queen, accompanied by Pineem l boeth speat a day with airbornem
    M cently and Inspected units. They saw a roame dreo f paraehusts and a mas landin-
    eoft Pleuare here shows Princess EUiabeth,Celeoel-tama f of the Grenadier Guards, epes'
    Ing to a former Grenadier Guards ofcer new in the Paraehute Begliment.,


    Southern Jete



    ,U.K. Troops

    To Benefit
    Wet weather in the South last
    W,--end undoubbedy prevented
    *6 attendance of many people
    16 would otherwise have been
    Poent at the grand fete and dance
    0he Drill Hall, San Fernando,
    it wa a very successful show
    slte this handicap.
    It was opened at 3 p.m. )b:,' His
    Wabip the Mayor of San Fer,
    U theJ Hon'ble Timothy Roodal
    S elined that the object of
    tion was to raise funds to
    e a recreational centre in
    Jwnanado for the benefit of
    Stoop stationed in South Tn-
    who have no such facilities
    t of entertainment was pro-
    V patrons, and even the
    M eas must have been able to
    l mOthing to amuse them be-
    M th merry-go-round, football
    i Uhooting range, bucket-and-
    (* eU. darts competition, hoop-
    rMaro hunt, punchboard, and
    OiR4 ag, while there were sev-
    | O e, for the optimistic inm-
    im-l who like to try their luck
    M wIent tas were served during
    4iternoon and ice cream,
    e eookls, sandwiches, hot-
    .s sW oft drinks were on sale,
    I aar also open.
    r were cinema shows for the
    *4W. In the afternoon and danc-
    Wi for adults in the evening to
    SiOe pro ed by the Royal Naval
    Atr tatl s dance band from Pi-
    Mwhif was making its first
    m laMn Fernando.
    aBrie Trestrail was the
    h 3,~er of the first prize of
    r uure hunt, while the
    te.-r $ of $10 fell to Air
    S ans, of Piarco.
    W bottles of rum were won by
    C. Hunter, one bottle by
    Ajleby. and a bottle of
    Vent to Mr. Mann, of Vtsta-
    Semlauc ommittee, under
    hip of Regimental
    S A. [Lmmbsrt, eoneisted of
    H Penny (secretary), Corn-
    Quatermaster.sgt. dsestei-.
    SB^Hurer), Staff-Sgt. Martin,
    Bt.
    fll, Sgt. Tarver and BatI
    -M lp'ajer Welainu; while
    Knagga, Mr. Pat Date
    .l Boon assisted by run-


    B"r of ladies also helped,
    U Mrs. Lauri Trestrail,
    jIrle Mrs. L" C. C. Hobson,
    V.. Walls, Mrs. V. 0. Lessey,
    3 McKenzie, Mrs. Pringle,
    5'tank Hobaon, Mrs. Ache,
    C- A, Jack, Mrs. Lazzari, Mrs.
    54u, Mrs. Sorzano, Mrs. Far-


    success


    c)espite


    4fan, Mrs. Lang., Mrs. Barclay, Miss
    Ferraz, Miss Henry, some members
    of a Red Cross detachment and the
    wives of U.K. troops stationed in
    the South-Mrs. Lambert, Mrs.
    Dunn and Mrs. Blower.
    SThe net proceeds of this effort
    t have not yet been ascertained, but
    I the "Sunday Guardian" under-
    Sstands that more than $800 has al-
    ready been handed In, and the com-
    mittee and their helpers are to be
    Congratulated on the organisation
    of a successful show in adverse
    weather conditions.
    Amongthose present were Lieut.-
    Col. G. H. J. Mercer (O.C. Troops,
    Trinidad), Lieut.-Col. Hickl*e, C.R.A.
    Trinidad, Captain Brown, Junior
    Commander Maesy (A.T.S.), Lieut.-
    Col. Rochford, Major and Mrs. R.
    B. Kerr, Captain de Souza, Captain
    and Mrs. A. Steel, Captain Braba-
    zon-Drenning, Captnin Bourne,
    Captain Parkhurat, Captain and
    Mrs. Trestrail, Captain and Mrs.
    Sellier, Dr. and Mrs. Urich, Mr.
    and Mrs. L. C. C. Hobson, Mr. and
    Mrs. B. G. Banks, the Rev. and
    Mrs. V. B. Walls, Mr. and Mrs. H.
    Bennett, of Palo Seco;


    Bad Weatler


    Answers To Quiz By Feste
    The following are the anse'ers
    to the quiz on page 2B:-
    (1) Centre of the earth.
    (2) Nitrogen. t(approx. 4-5)
    03) All are rivers.
    (4) Ib) Colombia
    (c) Bulgaria
    1i) Level treeless plain
    f61 All three
    (7) Deciduous
    18) Italy
    (<9) All three
    (10i Dutch



    Today's Diary
    Song recital by Amy Gibbons,
    Royal Victoria Institute. 8.45 p.m.
    Cocktail dance at Perseverance
    Club.
    Cocktail dance at Trinidad Coun-
    try Club.


    W.L Guest Night at 7 p.m.


    n. .C.-TODAY
    P.M.: 2.00 SporUng Record: 2 30
    Palace of Varietles, with Joe Paterson,
    Dolly Lewis, Gilbert Gordon, Maudle
    Edwards, Scott and Whaley. Chairmen.
    Bill Stephens; 3.00 World news followed
    by Parliamentary talk by E. Atklnson;
    3.15 Albert Sandler's Palm Court Orches-
    tra: 4.00 Sunday Halfhour Communilty
    Hymn Singing from Central Hall, Weni-
    minster, Allan Brown organan; 4.25
    Epilogue; 4.30 Vernon Pocock's Dance
    Orchestra: 5.00 Announcementst: 5.01 In-
    terlude; 5.14 uongs from Shows; 0.00
    From famous composers Elsile Suddaby
    (soprano), John Wynton (tenor), Norman
    Walker (bas), Fbsworth String Players.
    Arnold Goldeboroui (oran); 7.00 Wet
    Indian Guest Night. Joseph lmo U.S.
    noiimalls IntervFewed Una Maroon fol-
    lowed by "Think of these Thlngs"; 7'.4
    Chabrier Muic B.BO. CSoottlsh Orchestra,
    conductor: Guy Warralk; 8.15 Talk on
    hooks, ploys and films; 8.30 Serial
    "Pramley Parsonage." Episode 4; 9.-9
    News: 9.10 From Monday's London news-
    paper;s: 9.15 Service from St. Martin's.
    London, conducted by Rev. Roy Stuart
    Lee; 9.45 New; 6-4 1 p3loce; 0.51
    Orchestral Mute; 10.00 News HeadilUaes:
    10.1 B.,B.C. Orchestra, onductoyr: tir
    Adilan Boult.


    e.e.C.-TOMORROW
    P.M.: 8.00 Asaouncementz; S.01 In-
    terlude; 5.14 Variety Bandbox, dedicated
    to Rock Magailne, Gibraltar with Geral-
    do's concert orchestra, B.I.C. Revue
    Chorusn with Violet Canrson, Roderick
    Jones. Olive Groves H. Monty, M.C.
    Anne lirth: 6.00 Shipmatie Ashore; 7.00
    Fred Hartley's Musie; 7.45 Talk-Sclence
    Notebook; 8.00 Current ivents-talk by
    David Raymond; S.15 Palace of Variaetlo
    (as Sunday); 8.45 eatoure-London Call-
    ing Europe: 9.00 News; 9.10 Prom
    Titesdsy's London newspapers; 9.30
    Starlight with Dorothy Carloss; 8,45
    Talk. -Llfe at Home; 10.15 Johnny Can-
    uck'e Revue.
    U.S.A.-TODAY
    P.M.: 2.00 News; 2.05 Bluejacket


    Choir; 2 30 The Somuthernalres; 3.00
    News. 3.05 Iands of the Free: 3.30
    Church of the Air; 4.00 News, 4.05 Dun-
    ninger-Mind Reader; 4.30 American
    Story; 5.00 News; 5.05 N.B.C. Sym-
    phony; 6.00 News; 8.05 Army Hour; 6.30
    Percy Faith; 7.00 News; 7.1.5 Band.-
    wagon: 7.30 Grade Fields:; 8.00 News:
    9.05 United Network Commentary; 9.15
    Show Time; 8.30 Sammy Kaye Serenadle;
    8.00 United Network Reporter: 9.15 The
    News at Home; 9.30 It Pays to be Ig-
    norant: 10.00 News; 10.05 Vacation
    Serenade; 10.30 James Melton.
    U.SI.A.-TOMORROW
    P.M.: (.00 Time Views the News; 6.10
    Programme Review: 5.15 R. Scott Or-
    chestra; 5 30 Mirth and Madness:; 6.00
    News; .06 Sport Page; 6.1b Personal
    Album; 8.30 Comedy Caravan; 7.00
    News; 7.15 Stock Report; 7.30 Jubilee;
    8.00 News; 8.0 5 Washington Reporter-
    Alkman- q.15 Spotlight Bends .30
    ;:f;,rnla Milodlee; 0.00 United Network
    Reporter; .15 News at Home, 1.30
    Great Melody; 10.00 News; 10.05 John
    Chas. Thomas; 10.30 Waltz Time
    WVDI-TOOAY
    P.M.: 2.00 Information Please: 2.30
    lammy Kaye; .060 Command Perform-
    ance; 1.30 Fr-ontline Theatre; 4.00 Phila-
    delphia Symphony; B.00 G. I. News;
    5.11 Meet the soya; 5.30 Jack Benny:
    6.00 Sunday Vespers,, 5,g Fred Alien;
    7.00 Andre KoetelanetS: 7.30 Charlie Mc-
    Carthy; 8.00 Tour Radio Theatre; 9.00
    News; e.15 Open Door; 2.30 Dance Time;
    10.00 suspense; 10.30 Contented Hour.
    WVDI-TOMORROW
    P M.: 5 00 (.I. News; S.15 Qua Pass:
    5.30 Village Store: .00 Mall cell; 0.30
    Great Miiew: 0.45 News; 7.00 Basiln
    Street: 7.30 Texas Outlaws; 7.45 The
    Two "B's"; 8.00 Duffy's Tavern: R.30
    Jack's Halt Hour: 9.00 News; 9.15I LAtin
    Rhythms: 9.30 Dance Time; 10.00 Night
    Owl Club: 10.45 Nocturne.


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    JULY 16, 1944.


    Cinemanews By Spotlight
    On my wanderings through the city's cinemas. I am always
    thrilled to death when between newsreel and feature film, the
    coming attractions are announced. Indeed, there is something dis-
    arming about these publicity trailers which want to stir the movie-
    goer's appetite for next week's picture before he has seen the film he
    has already paid for 1. .. .- ... .
    haaradpi petty bourgeois Sch things should
    According to these trailers, every be done either more seriously or
    picture is at least a sUper-produc- much lighter.
    tion. But that is much too usual .,". ...
    and so It goes higher and higher. The Girl Left Behind
    A million pictures in one, the render Comrade.," an RKO
    greatest saga of modern times the ladle production directed by
    loveliesteyes ever .shining from the Edward Dmytryk, at the Globe.
    screen, the moat exciting love tary Once more, Ginger Rogers gives
    since Adam and Eve; this I the in this picture" one of those tense
    kind of stf you have to .welo. performances that have mnide her
    TMe audience c ? not be i- mo r one of Hollywood's most aoutstand-
    ed by this cult of the super-super. in accesses
    'ey take it half-iused, ha She t sirmost without. competU-
    apathetic and would not be Sur- tion In the wide range of her tal-
    prised when tomorrow other t e- nt. Starting off as a light danc-
    ers promise the wonder baby blow- Ing star, she then turned to civi-
    Ing the wedding march on a mitk lised comedy and lster to drama.
    bottle or the robot vamp of the The change of subjects made no
    next century. difference to her She always
    What a welcome change would reaches a round accomplishment.
    It be If VIe publicity drum were T story she acts now is the
    beaten with less noise and more drama of the girl left alone with a
    fro baby while the soldler-fnttter rests
    at \ h flintapen r foreign cirth. It is a theme of'
    9 thow Parade great magnitude but te danger of
    "Thousands Cheer," a Metro- overheated sentimentality Is al-
    Goldwyn Mayer production dl- ways around the corner. Only a
    reed by George Sidney, at great writer will master it,
    the De Luxe and Empire. This picture serves it a little bit
    Here are ome heavy trainloads thick with ilts events happening
    of entertainment packed into two sometimes in too obvious sudden-
    solid cinema hours. It in, Ima ne But wherever tie script
    say anencyclopedia of evaytn fails. oGinger Rogersge ets the hu-
    the show business can prud man touch out*'f it and the scene
    from sweet songs to a breath-tak- in which she talks senSe to her
    Ing act on the flying trapeze, from babyIs really worth seeing.
    military bands to slapstick comedy. Gloom In The Caribbean
    It all starts because Private Gene "Voice in the Wind," directed
    Kelly, rather by mistake, kisses his b Arthur Ripley, dlre b
    colonel's daughter who, in turn, besy Ath il releap e y
    falls terribly In love with him. In ited Artists, at the pRoyal.
    private life he is the king of the Tnough hardly a fully smccss-
    tropeze which brings into the pic- ful production, this film inhas its
    ture some glimpses of striking cir- certain attraction. It teld the
    cus atmosphere. She Is a concert story of refugees from Europe
    singer dedicating her talents to stranded on a Caribbean islind,
    soldier shows. When he goes over- precisely at Guadeloupe.
    seas. she will wait for his return. It Is more a stage play than a
    'This together with the usual film. and shows the influence of
    hitches in every boy-meets-girl various styles, European tnd Amcr-


    story is hardly more than the lightI
    framework for the variety show.
    Old and new gigs chase each
    other incessantly while the roman-
    tic couple drive inevitably to their
    destiny in technicolour.
    Brilliant Gene Kelly takes the
    sentimental parts in a straight un-
    sentimental way and his snappy
    tap dance becomes an attraction
    in itself. Kathryn Grayson brings
    lovely looks and a tender voice to
    the screen. Mary Astor, John
    Boles and the always funny Ben
    Blue are in the cast.
    The rest are a rain of Hollywood.
    celebrities, from Judy Garland to
    Mickey Rooney. Eleanor Powell to
    Lena Homrne, the famous conductor
    Joseph iturbl, to the most charm-
    ing band leader that Is the boyish
    Kay Kyser.
    Only wrong sound comes from
    the United N.,tions song at the
    end. It is sung by a chorus look-
    ing like an assembly of dressed-up


    lean as well. There are not many
    changes of scenery and the gloomy
    atmosphere is too consistently kept
    up to preserve to the end the
    strange effect It has at the begin-
    ning.
    In this atmosphere is located the
    fate of a refugee-pianist who escaped
    the Gestapo. He and his co-re-
    fugues have to battle with all
    kinds of sinister profiteers of
    others' misery. He. moreover, has
    to struggle with the defect of a
    lost memory.
    Background : France
    Two pictures coming tn town
    this week have France as their
    background. In some wrty a post-
    festum celebration of the French
    National Day.
    To the De Luxe comes "Passage
    to Marseille" with Humphrey
    Bogart, Claude Rains, Michele
    Morgan; to the Globe, "The Im-
    postor" with Jean Gabin.


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    Without fully realising it, tropical residents suffer from a lack of essential minerals and vita.
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    and although they eat what they consider to be healthy, nourishing foods, they do not always seem
    to get the utmost nourishment, energy and strength from the foods eaten.


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    live in the Tropics, and that is because natural vegetables
    which grow in the tropics, are not as rich in Vitamins and
    Minerals as they should be.
    The Eritish and American Armies, the best fed Armies in the
    world, get their regular quota of minerals and vitamins to
    supplement their diet, and throughout the world emphasis is
    not only on food, but on essential minerals and vitamins.
    Let Us face the fact that the greater part of our population
    suffers from mal-nutritlon, and let us face the fact also, that
    luffterms from mal-nutrition do not all come from the poorer
    classes. They come from every section of the community,
    dus largely to the fact that tropical diets lack essential min-
    rala and vitamins.
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    everyday diets Rectors Ltd., manufacturers of Ferrol, have
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    FERROL VITAMIN AND MINERAL CAPSULES are put up
    into two bottles, one containing Ferrol Vitamins and the oter
    containing Ferrol Minerals. Ferrol Mineral Capsule con.
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    Potaslum, Manganese, and Copper, with Iodine, Quinine and
    Strychnine. The Formula of Ferrol Miesral Capsules was
    made up specially to remedy the lack of essential minerals
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    FERROL VITAMIN AND MINERAL CAPSULES, therefore


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    because a small dose makes an excellent tonic.
    Each Ferrol Vitamin Capsule contains 6,000 International
    Units of Vitamin A, the anti-infective Vitamin, and 600 Inter-
    national Units of Vitamin D.
    consist of Ferrol Mineral Capsules and Ferrol Vitamin Cap-
    sules, and one of each taken three times daily, preferably after
    meals, will make up for the deficiencies of our tropical diet.
    For simple anaemia, for building up resistance to coughs and
    colds, for remedying the lack of minerals and vitamins in
    West Indian diets, Ferrol Vitamin and Mineral Capsules
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    those who take them regularly.
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    On The Home Front By Farm Hand
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    Sometimes when I reflect on the In the nursery the chief opera-
    agricultural future of this Colony tion is weeding as the seedlings
    I am somewhat perplexed, not be- must be kept from weeds, especial-
    cause I think that there Is no such ly in the early periods of growth.
    thing as a prosperous agricultural In the dry season or during periods
    future for us, but because I see a of draught the seedlings must be
    certain degree of lax organisation.' constantly watered.
    a psychological outlook among When the seedlings are ready to
    agriculturists which falls to pierce be transplanted into the field the
    the veil of the future, which, to- land is lined and stakes put in at
    gether with the changed attitude of a distance of eight feet by eight
    labour, all contribute to the per- feet to mark the spots where plants
    plexlty :f the problem, are going to be.
    One of the crying needs of our The spots are next prepared to
    local agriculture appears to be the receive the seedlings. At each
    desirability of developing an inter- stake a hole about one square foot
    nal market for certain of our local is dug to about one foot in depth,
    Commodities. This would mean and then It is filled with pen
    that the local commodity must be manure and weed cuttings and
    protected against competition from loose earth until a mound is ob-
    outside countries., tained on top. The seedling is then
    A crop which would lend itself planted on the mound and watered.
    admirably to such organisation. In fact, transplanting Into the
    and will certainly prove lucrative if field should be done at the begin-
    production was limited to ful- ning of the rainy season or else
    filling local needs only, is the coffee the y3ang transplants will have to
    plant, be constantly watered as at this
    There are several kinds of coffee point the seedlings are extremely
    cultivated. The chief varieties are delicate. When young, the coffee
    coffee arabica (which is also called needs a fair measure of shade,
    the Arabica. Arabian, Abyssinian The plants, if attended to, would
    and Blue Mountain variety), coffee thrive well and pgow vigorously.
    robusta (simply termed robusta).
    coffee libercia tab its name Impliesi .. -
    IUberian) and coffee stenophylla
    he coffee thrives best in uLe
    richly organic areas on the edge
    of our cacao fields, where taking
    advantage of the shady environ-
    ment, It makes good fences and
    windbrakes. The root of this crop
    plant is exceedingly long and con-
    sequently it requires a fairly deep
    soil. Thus, better results are ob-
    tained on our alluvial flats than on
    the shallower soils of our Northern
    Range.
    In order lo have sufficient plants
    to put out into the field a nursery
    should be established. The site
    chosen should be on rich soil and
    well watered. The seed-bed must
    be well prepared.
    The seeds are sown in rows about
    12 inches apart, with a distance
    of four to six inches between each
    within the row. The seeds are
    buried about one inch below the
    surface and is placed on its flat
    aide.
    Under ordinary conditions they
    germinate In about eight weeks
    and will be ready for the field if
    properly cared in about nine
    months from planting, although If Lord Lewos Mountbatten (left)
    plants are urgently needed the) Southeast Asia Command, inspe
    may be transplanted before, the Arakan front,


    This growth Is at one an s"u : an :
    a disadvantage, for If the plant
    are allowed to get too tall thUw
    make the reaping of the brtq
    difficult :
    They should be theretfbre ca
    fully pruned with a view 6 l
    only keeping the height down to i&
    appropriate level which fac1- a
    harvesting, but also In order
    remove superfluous branches.
    Tle first crop corne wben t
    plant Is about three years old
    is usually not very heavy. T
    berries are picked when they tln
    red. After picking, the berris 9%
    pulped, that Js the skin is removes
    by passing through a pulpin
    machine.
    The pulped beans are sthen fr
    mentcd for about a day and thUe
    washed. After washing, they aN
    F placed on drying floors to be dri
    in !he sun.
    It Is in this condition that
    planter usually sells his t ,
    which mius, still be further pr-
    cc.ed before reaching the ultimala
    consumer ine the form in whieb. It
    is utilised. An average yield from a
    full bearing tree Is about 5 cwt. ot
    berries to the acre.


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    I Geography Quiz-By Feste


    Grace In "10 60

    Women Should Be Grd

    While 'Digging For Vics

    You Must Have Suitable Tools Ai
    For Your Varied Activities In Th
    wy-e lov e a garden, but tbos wllng to wortk
    paratily few, particularly in TrnidM where either
    the rains are always with us to make gardening dlmu
    Stme i deal W spot for Ong.ng O bow beatWful' am
    ,te omade,' u Katnm hams tt.
    But, unfortunately, now that g# ---
    ene and rdboysare no longer ( Purp a"d
    to be had for the adnls to a in ed a mfe, convgts
    at time o( 6t U;"to rg kept Uweaw
    find oeel sitting In the bush In- ot n- wt e. Many g
    Oftengot bt o s
    = of m fie put
    for greIngt
    tfhnif a long sagej
    the prelude to everyI
    WATMtOltO C cI,


    This is a pair of slacks Made all
    In one with a pinafore top and
    buttoned down the front. The
    bodice can be a different shade
    from the slacks and the blouse
    or Jumper worn with the suit
    can also oetitrast.


    simple cotton dre-,'
    ptyuits are all mitt*
    Swear when you
    Ing to sit there and,
    than gather a few
    peroormedacefully
    and you really must
    an overall suit for the
    if you do not care for
    In the Interests of e|
    should, perhaps, wear
    slacks and skirts or u
    gardening, but they s
    clean and neat in order I
    your good appearance. O
    hand, If you haven't
    the kind to wear out, i
    vest In a couple of gud
    fils to ensure that you
    smart when 'digging 1
    The psychological effect
    good that it would more
    pensate for the exp
    evolved.
    SLACK 2ITS


    (, The bstead; f1v" I P- ..me that there is The best kind of
    ( The bprysphere is doubtedly a sort of
    (a) Centre of the earth, no place (n e:.'ti vhere a garden a pinafore too and alu
    (bi Spherical baromeler, can more qoicklv get out of hand reminiscent of a man
    i worn with a blouse or
    tc> Region yielding bar.sta or than it can in Trinidad. suit should be made
    heavy-spar. I washing material in
    FLOWERS AN) VEGETABLES colour which become i
    12 The atmosphere cointa.s lo l daolwht Instead ofm
    greatest part It should be the ambition of daylight. Instead of o"
    every worna." tl, a garden to the best. part of old g
    ^^c ~ ~ pro ^ noll ctn ^S
    (bri N itro g e n ,row e n o u g h to k eep le . hr e e b eca u t
    tc) W a ler vapouir. vases filled, :, (d tI enough vegetables .... .coloct..
    to keep Iater ,e sr' plied, but "e make the outfit look eI
    (3) What have the follorng in is often no eyv task and it un- -tive than a plain c
    common: dor.btedly ca'ls or incessant effort, pockets to hold soma.
    (ri the oo ver n tools would be a ieful
    (a) Elbe.2e% burnt tip 1 11n0 tse,cunl h a suit.
    Marrtza I >;. burnt up' in no tin>, IC. unt u
    ibi Marnza. it is watered reliiously every 0ay; F ,.'p
    t(c) Loire. and in the wet scatmo growth Is, ,F TWE.AR,
    (4,Of wh atcaie ec soluxuriant 'Tat ,,itant weeding .St'ong leather ahoes p
    4. Of what pl -. arc a ol- .' in +a t ea', .I with low heels are as
    lowing capital tons? and cutt"i1i Lak are a< 3 l s item and they should bl
    ,a> Freetown. In fac' the onlVI waI toL keep a so that you can walk ona
    bi Bogota. III di r a'!t!''" Is lY .'v g without suffering 60
    (c Softi. aln tou enerv dn for if you running the risk of C"
    (c) bm one.' let it go for a ihle yolk task
    (5) Tundra is becomes colossal, and evei to think
    I a) Type of fish, ib) Tungstate of iron and mat- heart quail.
    ganese, ,i The best time tfor gardening is, of
    (ci LAevel treeless plain. c. ourse, early i IIthe morning or
    .ins, before smnset, and though it
    161 Which of the fnllowin Ltat..s possible to keep W) this routineI
    ments would you deem "r' the dry eAon. it is necessary to
    (a.) The sea stuirface lempera- ake advaniaae of (iry spells on
    ture varies annual\ %ill1' rainy days e\en (hough they come
    the seasons. at inconvenient times. ,
    (b) 'eKse M surface temptra- ,. t,,,
    ture varies daily. STABILITY j
    (c) The temperature of thep It 1 a nanm s'atielv simple
    seas and oceans artcies ith ntaltt t to achieve grace in the
    the depth. ,ardeln, whatever your activities
    17) Trees whirl lose their lea...-. nav be. butRonme women never
    annally ae s aid tober e ake i Si 'atterriptI to look rice un-n
    annually" aresid tobe le s 'Liy are e t, rl i ) ,", u
    ai Declijirors. le.a ,n~y are en,,'rtab rag.
    bi IrredentiA t. j ss.ii'able tools. and rclohrhe for the,
    (ci Coniferous. ilb ynu are doing are essentials,
    Si',t all too nfLen women do not 0
    (8) Apennines are a tami!n seem to worry, to their own ('it-
    range in comfort and the disitste ol their
    ia) South America. family and onlookers genTerLtliy. 1
    ib Italy. Such women seeni to be q!;ite eon-I J
    tc) Northern India. tent to t:ink that b ing dlrty and .
    untidy ts all part of tihe garden
    09) Which of the folloug i; rc work,* instead of ding their best
    New F.ngland States? to appear attractive. There I n.1
    (ai Maine. r n peirsrriv.TeeL no1 i
    a) iew a ir reason why glamour and gardening
    ib)i New Hampshire. sliould not go hand-in-hand. i Thh in bMab
    tcW Conaecuci.. I laskt worn with al
    (10) Which of the ;uianws. WATCH YOUR TOOLS 0.per. The sis
    bultupwaisihl 1ne
    French, British or Dutch is bcLwen Tools should he lIhet and easyv to ad the sheelder 1
    the other two? ______ handle, while strng enough for sa t he th


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    lGenoao' ensurM darm
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    healthy gums.


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    ytalk Of Trinidad I
    ,-i' TH NUMMIN n o
    -ENERAL 0.Z IL R new Commandi General,
    BAl Command. had an early tau of the Trinidad
    eper his arrival. On Tumday night, attended by his
    William R. L and aeompOm1nted by senior officers of
    he was the guest of the UA.0. for a special repeat
    f the Trinidad Press Club's tage-revue, -Land of the
    ests present were Mr. Edwin Cooper, Finance Director,
    DIvision of the VUS.O., from New York; Mr. Justln Morriel,
    Regional Supervisor of the U.S.O., with headquarters in
    Rico; Mr. Merle Scott, Director of the US.O. In Trinidad;
    w Harris, Commanding OMeew, Ptp of Port-of-Spain; Col.
    Colomander Morcott, of the U.S. Navy; Codmmander Wilkin-
    WajW Davidson from Fort Read: Lleut. Keefe, Special Services
    inidadl Base Command; Lteut. Kassenbroch. Councillor AI-
    the Deputy-Mayor of Port-of-Spain. and president of the
    press Club; and a number of other guests.
    fn ORNA PAHXY has asked me to th* all those who assisted
    e'tr to make the Flappers' dance held at her parents- home re-
    1 success. It was given In aid of the Red cross special Inva-
    .jipal and the proceeds turned over were $117.
    WrWNO this morning for Miami Is Lieut. F. C. Wood, of HUM.
    '!aiWbow. He tIs going on a short holiday, during which he will
    I arrled to Miss Helen Chishobi and will be returning with his
    8M eat Saturday.
    0
    I and MRS. HARRY NEAL gave a double-purpose party last
    night at their home, "Poinclana.9 on Long Circular Road for
    dr Thweatt's anniversary and as a welcome for Miss C'nnie
    gwho attends Wells College, in Aurora, U.,S.A., and who has come
    Fad two months with her parents.
    i* 0 0
    Ason those Invited were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fitzgerald, Mr. and
    i. Victor Agostlnl, Major and Mrs. Russell, Mr. Jeff Gallighan,
    Ss leaving here shortly; Mrs. Robert Grinnell, Mis Yvonne
    wes, Miss Vyvian Gomez, Miss Clarlita de Lima, Mr. Roy Bell, and
    Wber of US. Navy and Army officers and their friends.
    *^ C C
    and MRS. EDWARD MORRIS have Issued Invitations for the
    marriage of their daughter, Mil Ellen Morris, to Pvt. Kenny
    a U.S. Army, on July 29. The ceremony will be performed
    t Patrick's Church, Newtown, and the reception will be on the
    m of the Queen's Park Hotel
    IL JOHN 01EVELYN, of St. Kitts, with her daughter, Miss Helen
    Itvelyn, arrived In Trinidad a week or so ago to spend a long
    Here, and they are staying with "Granny" Todd at Usine St.
    VIln, where they are having a lovely time.
    -They have already met many of their friends, and Mrs. Evelyn
    looking forward to spending a, good deal of time with her son, who
    iout. Evelyn, of the Trinidad Volunteers, at present stationed at
    Military Camp, Polnte-a-Plerre.
    SW. V. WATSON, chief accountant of Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd.,
    paolnt-a-Plerre, ls a patient in Pointe-a-Plerre Hospital, and It
    sd that he will make a speedy recovery.
    TITATIONS have been sent out by the Portuguesr Club for a
    Janme to be held on Saturday, July 22, and those who have not
    Hiwd theirs are asked to apply for them.
    *
    IL and MRS. BRELX'KLEMAN, of Porest Reserve, have lust re-
    w*.*tned to Trinidad with their three children after spending
    s long leave in Vancouver, British Colombia.
    B3tish Red Cross office, which la now upstairs of W.C. Rosa
    and Company Ltd., will be closed every afternoon from tomorrow
    til Monday, July 31, Inclusive. ....
    Mrs. C. R. G. Alston has been appointed Colony Secretary of the
    kitlh Red Cross Society, Trinidad and Tobago Branch, In place of
    It P. L..1M ooks, vWho ha recently resigned.
    N.V.. Hnwsewlves' Supply Department wishes to make it known
    " ,that all persons desirous of sending overseas candied peels, ginger
    k*, pistachio butter, peppermints, jellies or jama sealed In tins,
    f supplied. should contact the acting president of the W.V.S. and
    thalrmaa of the Cookery Centre, at C Tragarete Road, or Mrs. Edna
    iimpson, at 18 Nelson Street. Orders may be booked now.
    C
    AN WORBY. the son of Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Worby. has
    arrived recently from Canada to spend his summer vacation
    rith his pMrdts. lan goes to Ridlecy College, Ontario, and he tells
    eo that most of the hoys who went up with him three years ago are
    eW in England serving with the force. 0 1
    R. A. E. 0. COOKE,. of Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd. Polnte-a-Pierre,
    went to Jamica recently on a business trip. Before he left he
    ra hIdhpoed and was In hospital for some days, but fortunately he
    ecoverd sallentlyv to be able to make the trip, and will probably
    s away several weeks.00
    0 0
    fR. BROWNT! FINLEY. of' Point Portln. has been Joined by his
    wi wfe and three children-Jo, Carol and Buddy-who arrived in
    inldad on Sunday laat from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
    *
    AR. .. E. RARRE-r', of Pnreat Reserve, has been a patient In
    Pointe-a-Pierre ItHosinteal for some weeks past, hut his condition
    im laroving and he hopes to he well enough to Io home soon.
    Mr. Ted Lanehorne, also a patient from Forest Reserve, hope to
    South of hospital soon.
    19. 1ET;R TAVENOT and Mhre. Rudle Roatant. are arranging
    dance at orest Reserve Club to be held on Saturday. July ,
    I p.m. until 2 a.m., under the patronairg of Mr. A. J. Ruthven-
    mur, H" -e ral manager of Trinidad Leaseholds, Ltd., and Mrs.
    1 -Murray.
    Niie Gelllzeane band has "een engaged to play for dandling,
    d there will be a spot dance, a waltz contest and a litterbug contest,
    S as door utMixes and games for those who *reter them.
    Refrehments will h o served and It Is hoped that despite transport
    IficultiesT mannv poo r.o.1l decide to go to this function, particularly
    0os who llve In the South.
    The charv' for admission will be I for ladles and S1.30 for Ken-
    Amen, and thf lpirro.ds will be given to the Welfare Fund for Local
    orces serving ovei-sgcas,.


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    West Indla m New

    Barbados House Of Assembly Majority Votes

    Wage Rise For Unestablished Clerks


    6anday GOardian Cer onw-eaft
    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, July 15 After a nine-man delegation
    representing the Barbados Civil Service Association, headed by their
    president, Mr. I. R. L. Ward, Judge of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
    failed to persuade the Governor to withdraw the department. repre-
    sented on the association from the $57,187.20 resolution for a new wage
    seals for Government employees, the House of Assembly on Tuesday
    agreed to the resolution on a 15--4 vote, at the end of the third day's
    d'scusslon on the measure. +,4. .
    Consideration of this resolution, four Windward Colonies, for the
    Consideration of this resolution, next ^
    next three years at lea., In orderI
    which applies to the unestablished to relieve the Governor of consider-
    staff. seml-skilled and caumal labour able routine duties towhiolh he has
    employed In the Public Works, hitherto had to attend, preventing
    Waterworks and Harbour and Shin- him from concentrating on esaen-
    ping Masters' Departments and the trials of development and welfare.
    Central Road Beard, postponed s The Chief Secretiry's salary will
    week ago because It was felt that be $3,640 per annum of which
    the new scale provided a too low Grenada will pay $1,493,60.
    basic wage, --
    In the Interim the Civil Service iSt. Vinlent Ca se
    Association met and, dissatisfied 1
    with the proposals appointed the "" Ny Guardian Cerreepoent.
    delegation to ask the Governor to KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent July
    withdraw from the reaolutla the 5.-The Hon'bie Sir Lenox O'hkoiy,
    employees of the Public Works De- KI ., senior counsel for the defence,
    apartment, Harbour and Shipping told His Honour Clement Malone,
    Maasters an arorand er ks Depart- Chief Justice of the Windward
    mentg who are fully represented Islane and Lewatdio olnds, thatc
    tiio O.Uiattnn h e allegations of conspiracy
    the association, against Mr. F A. Casson by Mrs.
    e association felt that by with- Hilda Richards were fantastic and
    drawing them the Government groundless.
    would have time to reconsider thel sir Lennox wa. making his ad-
    scale and they could be dealt with drcs min reply to charges by Mrs.
    when propo is were submitted to Richards of malicious proMsecution
    the Legislatire foir new wage scales and conspiracy arising from the
    for the entire Civil Service, arrest and prosecution of her late
    A special meeting of the Execu- husband and herself In 1941 for
    tive Committee was held on Tuies- breach of the Agricultural Advances
    day morning and later In the day, Ordinance.
    Mr. W. W. Reece, the Acting At- Mr. Casson and Mr. S. 0. Dasent,
    torney-General, reported that the barrister, gave evidence up to 4.23
    Government. owing to the financial p.m. Thursday when the highlight
    position of the colony, found Itself of the proceedings was Mr. Dasent's
    unable to revise the scale of wages description of certain allegations
    with a view to increasing them and by Mr. 0. W. Porde, barrister, as
    that the Assembly would have to emphatic ally being pure inventions
    pass or reject the resolution. An as- and deliberate lies.
    surance was given by the Govern- In his address, which occupied
    ment that any anomalies In the ex- the whole of yesterday's sitting.
    Listing wage scale would be adjusted Sir Lennox said he regretted that
    at a later rate. such very serious allegations should
    VWith the Government adamant, have been made against Mr. F. M.
    honourable members found them- Henry, Grenada barrister, without
    selves on the horna of a dilemma, lhis being joined as a defendant
    One section of the House, sympa- with the opportunity to defend
    thtising with the resolution passed hunself.
    by the Civil Service AsSociation. Sir Lennox considered that Mr.
    dressed for the seoaratlwr of the Forde did a fatal thing to mix his
    items of the resolution but the Act- lprofessionil and personal activities.
    ing Attorney-General pointed out There WhS r)o intention of black-
    that It was a block vote and could ening Mrs. Richards' character; she
    not be so separated. committed an offence under the
    Another ,ection saw a way out of Agricultlural Advances ordinance .
    the difficulty by reduction of the He blamed Mr. R A. Nedd the
    vote to a figure which would enable magistrate, for the arrest of Mrs.
    t n scale to apply only to the Ichards. I t was impossible, Sir
    Central Road Board employees. Le x commented for any magis-
    it was, however, pointed out re to tall to understand that the
    that if such a motion were carried law gave a discretion to issue a
    ntdsummons or a warraut. It was
    thile rules of the House prevent absurd to say M r. Casson in-
    the other Items from being brought s.itute d.r .in. without r I
    tip again for consideration. Thi sonabl ord proale s wi.out e--
    motion was however pressed to as no evidence of malice "nd the
    division and was lost on a 14-7 allegation, of conspiracy were fan-
    vote. t . astlc and groundless."
    The motion for the passing of Continuing, Sir Lennnx said he
    the resolution as it stood was agreed had every confidence that after the
    to by a 15-16 majority and the termination of the case Mi-. CP-
    resolut.ion ow goes to the Legis-son would be able to walk with 'iis
    lative Council for their concur- head as high as heretofore and that
    rence. it %as apparent that Mr. P. M.
    -- Henry had lived up to the highest
    Chief Se retard traditions of the profession to
    Chief Se Coret which both of them were proud to
    Sunday Gu Ian CorrePlmrident, belong.
    ST. GEORGES Grenada, July The Hon'ble L. C. Hannavs, K.C.,
    1I.-Mr. James M. Stow, late of the with whom Mr. 0. W. Forde Is
    G,imbla Secretariat, has been ap- appearing, began his address for
    pointed to the newly created post Mrs. Richards today. He is in-
    of Chief Secretary, Windward Is- structed by Mr. J. A.'Prorope. With
    lands. Sir Lennox are Mr. P. M. Henry
    Mr. Stow Is expected to assume and Mr, Dasent.
    his duties in the Windward Islands
    during the latter part of August.
    Mr. J. M. Knight, former Secre- New Treasurer
    tary io the Windward Islands Gov- .
    ernment, is now Assistant Chief Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
    Secretary. KINGSTOWN., St. Vincent. July
    The new appointment has been 15 -The Secretary of State for the
    agreed to by the Legislatures of the Colonies has been pif.uwd to give


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    your teeth are bdght and utcous. Fm oma teeth
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    dirtion or th appointment of
    Mr. A. H. Doayne, ControUller ol
    SupplUes St. Vincent. uas Treasurer,
    St. Lucia, the "St. Vincent Govern-
    ment OGaette' of July 11 state.
    Mr. Baynes, a Vincentian was
    educated at the St. Vincent GOrim-
    mar School. He entered the Gov-
    ernment service In September, 1921,;
    as a clerical assistant, Agricultural
    Department.
    His career In St. Vincent In-!
    celudes service as clerk. Police Magis-
    trate 2nd District: 2nd class re-
    venue officer: 3rd, 2nd and 1st
    clerk, Treasury Department; Dis-
    trict Officer and Magistrate,:
    Southern Grenadines: 1st class re-
    venue and excise officer, Leeward:
    District: and chief revenue and I
    port offcer, Treasury, etc., Deport-t
    ment.
    In 144, Mr. Baynes was appoint-
    ed chief revenue officer. St. Lucia.
    but returned to St. Vincent In 19431
    on promotion uas Controller of Sup-
    plies.
    Parley Eadn
    Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
    ST. GEORGE'S Grenada. July 15
    -His Excellency L. B. Freeston,
    Governor of the Leeward Islands,
    returned to Antigua on Thursday
    following official talks with His
    Excellency Sir Arthur Grimble,
    Governor of the Windward Islands,
    on matters connected with the
    legal and police services with a
    view to securing uniformity In the
    Leeward and Wlidwarn' Islands
    and the posibilities of c'. -r union.
    Mr. Freeston was accompanied by
    the Hon'ble S. E Gomes, Attorney-
    General ol the Leeward Islands.


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    WbW jd s ma kes ll o in a JUuS d.I eb s It Is a tendcy twhTe-
    ' ^^ys't j..^ar~-s*n

    Wo" X= al I L m i m m io f e d js tlo. It am h iybe '
    m Zw e sci the Iaul=ti w h ftuI en nq a fal w tamW, t for the aphorism that
    cc VIan Mt who -m .tolh t a reed alonestill hold Sod.,
    5 1i0ll 3 ..P ...r g iVIM Sat so to- W theM Osiy e t IndIcates a welcome advance tIn
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    lW "._, .. .. o i asW. the OI I iani -iGll iv Oln thie spirit earlier, It itia doubt-
    Oltaein b ttM urt" I f ul eyr 0 at .tutl etr .t. i would have devel o d It
    B basd30 bde eM ae n4 s ide. T hW a has ho now lat a mjor crisis. It can hardy be re-
    mi- n b nt e Tbse truth die-hdia b h ~ that whatever the merits of their case, the
    v"'bOetu eif a c mi e. overmentat titude was always cavalier and dli-
    T~t ma tm on not culpable Me SMO at dslnfull UnhelPfUl,
    U ha DMSSW has 7u son s 0 ouncilors were driven to deep and
    w .b i somewh e masnie elAeti n the er esesntment- e te they felte that Ooernment
    at 9 hs,5 f ia. petoat to legislate fe% the __
    _P. no be cr. t l SrS4je. wa UK only explioting their Impotence but actuallY
    Tn wafy a orU ma tetr the mta It.Te f Zi teserntet spread itself out-
    ar. st N.eS S L Zd Uthan ty Council, andIss t il a weighty and
    ni owmet rce"has been fully triund IL fetor. o And so whatever the demand i
    5sxtizedbtth? be ferj s I- has usles t war It was felt that there was at stake a
    S W 4 dunotice. Tahetrut h Is that b thee P even more vitall than that precious conm-
    'W tmiIe erm mtt herof anyso A d e hoe candid, there ha been more method
    p SuSilhsS eandlethsy w"i h So n the madness n of these recalcitrant Counclors
    o ier rno than appears at &At sight.
    In some quarters, especially amongst the wealthy
    Retribution now grips them in firm vise. and the local bourgeoisie, the City Council unfortu-
    DBut care must be taken lest the water lWi nately means nothing In either sentiment or value.
    be distorted and subtly mnoitpulted into pI pa- They ae unequivocally opportunist and being merely
    gaida against the very existlce of the City Co s- an excrescence of the body politic, are ready to
    cl. The Council has been no more Incompetent liquidate anything unless it does not threaten or Com-
    over water than has been theM government over promise their personal interests. Trinidad mini-
    houling, health, agriculture, the railway, to name ters to their well-being but finds no place in either
    only a few. It merely happens that the City Counfcil their pride or selft-respect. These very appropriately
    is easy meat and more vulinerable to attack. It an are derived from abroad.
    neither suppress criticism nor Invoke the threat of But for some of us there will never be any
    sedition to impress Its detractors, alternative bealdesi Trinidad. At the moment, we
    To do the City Council bar Justice, It has live very much by charity, and a people's pride and
    failed without question, but It need not stand be- self-respect must develop around their kith and kin
    te the public trailing sackcloth and ashes and together with their own institutions. They cannot
    kthed from head to foot in a white sheet, for it long survive as a people if perforce they must live
    Inot wholly without the merits of a substantial vicariously on the merits and accomplishments ot
    40e. other.
    True enough, the distribution of water had do- The greatness of England fils us with pride,
    Mtod to a point when it was clear that the but, alas. much as we would wish to have it so, it
    j nelcl might be cowed Into abject surrender, is not or greatness. It is the greatness of a great
    i n ~ sense or prudence dictated compromise country which, however, reminds us at nearly every
    e bargaining had lost its effectiveness. Yet other turn that we are a people apart.
    rW all that, it must not t be ignored that thee It Take away the City Council, then, and we are
    a tendency now for Central Governmentst to co- pauperised still further. Can youn then altogether
    strict th executive functions of local bodies on the blame those on the Council who feared that the baby
    pte of greater economy and efficiency, was in danger of being thrown out with the bath?


    SBehind The Curtain
    When the resolution formally declaring war *n
    ia was put to the Congreas of the Uniteld tates
    America subsequent to the Pearl Harbour outrage,
    Member, a woman, voted against its acceptance.
    7 Te incident provoked some comment at the
    ne the attitude of the American publlo being one
    ,good-humoured myatlicatlon at what appeared to
    an obvious display of "rugged individualism" of
    More mulish brand.
    Aw Trinidad, just recently, witnessed Its prototype
    *,the American super-perversitv, with perhaps his
    Efpcrtan t difference: the vote of the American die-
    seat did not hinder her country's declaration of
    r against Japan, but Cnounrillor Kumar's single
    S te has prevented the citizens of Port-of-Spain
    m enjoying the bleesing of an additional 1,500,0O
    llkions of water whi t would he made available
    a ath n short time art.e formal acceptance of the'
    lr by the City onunell.
    W hat Juutificatilon can the counellor have for
    untuiual action?
    SIn the first place, the City rounell already buys
    oter from Government--.indeed, has been buying
    ly ror several years more than 1,000,000 gallons--
    Sth, present offer does not carry with It any
    I Mogtlon of the Council's rights as the water-
    btrihutng authority for the municipal area.
    .. The attitude of thix councillor I enilgmatic In
    b extreme. lie began hby offering bitter and vigor-
    opposition to the resolution moved some time
    Sby the Mayor. asking for a representative board
    1W control all the water affairs of the island, and
    o pposed, ever since that memorable debate,
    rejection of the motion, to have the Coinoil solve
    'p r oblemn in It wn way and through Its own
    [ Iningl and Initiative.
    L Surely, hil stand does not make sense: and
    Sought to explain himself fully to the public,
    F does not went a representative hoard; he
    i s not want a Government scheme; he can see
    Be merit whatever in any scheme that. emanates
    f tm the council Itself; he does not want the addi-
    tional 1,500,000 gallons from Government and, to


    European Backdrop
    Russian guns *ar In the range of Germany'i
    triter and Anglo-American armour, though it
    still a good way to go. Is heading for It from
    gther direction. From the ePst and west., the
    btle of Germany proper Is approaching, with the
    Withemn front closing the ring or und Hitler's
    itch.
    The quettnn ls not who first will reach Berlin,
    tQ Russians or the Anglo-Anlmrlcan. To raise the
    nation, could easily mislead to the suppositlon aM
    to It were a hurried race for booty between
    lllee fighting a common enemy. It would be a
    oun4d mnininterpretatlon of this war' ailms to lower
    eth to such mercenary war standards. A moral
    fmogy has to be wiped out, an Ideology and its
    criminal heralds. That come first and last: the
    reMt has to be settled between the equal victors.
    'There will and must be equality of the viltors.
    The Allies should never be isuspebd of being so
    ixutd as to count to each other thr dead and the
    respeotlve sacrifices they have made for the corn-
    Scause. Any iuch attempt could never bring the
    4 to life again nor heal quicker the burning
    wounds that this war is bound to leave In every
    lMand on earth.
    ,' Tt could only serve in reviving that a'.al dis-
    nity which was Europe's and the whole world's
    misfortune before, out of the ashes rose a united
    aitl-Pascit front. Never again let such misfortune
    belom a reality. Watch out for the enemy, not for
    the friend. Next time, there might be even no
    ashes left for the careless.
    However bitter the fighting might be and what-
    g time it might still take before the battle for
    ny proper is officially opened, the Nail armies
    ae already engaed in a two-front war oe stupen-
    do proportions. The nightmare that has al-
    wa haunted the German General Staff is aa
    qegomplished fact.
    ..'Trom Bnmarck. the Dron Chancellor, to Hitler,
    fpap Fuehrer, it hea been the wend aim of


    (0UONCT6I
    CI VAOJYoU
    WfOM6UIW


    By Ubiquitous

    crown It all, not only was his the only vote cast
    against the adoption of the report of the water
    emergency committee which Is a genuine and well-
    eonsidered programme intended to solve the Coiun-
    oil's water difficulties, but he went a hit further.
    When his turn to speak came along he conveyed
    the impression quite distinctly that the water short-
    age was being grossly exaggerated, and that matters
    were not quite so had after all. The burgesses will
    react to this bit of grim and selfish buffoonery.
    Councillor Kumar represents the Western Ward
    of the City and If public opinion Is worth it- salt
    thea the burgesses, not only of the Western Ward
    but of the entire City, should convene a mass ni.,,t-
    Ing of protest against what must he regrded as
    strange and mystifying conduct.
    In what sort of position does the (ouneiH now
    find itself as a result of the councillor's action?
    Clearly. In order to carry forward its prograRmIe
    of works the Council needs time. IT i not possible
    at this moment merely by waving s w.nit to obtain
    Ill the equipment so essential to proper funtionlng
    of the City's waterworks; and, to h,. all,. to cairv
    oit Its programme of works in this connection the
    Council requires at least peace of noind from thpe
    proteastationi of Irate citizens.
    There can be no doubt that the 1 ..W)000 gallons
    would bring a measure of relief to emintless bur-
    geases whose distress and inconvenience are palpable
    realities.
    There is one feature of the recent spate of
    publicity over the water crisis that deserves part.
    ular emphasis. It cannot be denied that the re-
    spoans to the iUwsMper appeal has been very luke-
    warm, and certainly doea not Indicate on the part
    of the bairgesee of Port-of-SpaIn any eagerness to
    see the city'a waterworks In Government's hands.
    When the citizens Indicate that therv prefer to
    undergo serious distress and Inconvenience with
    (heir representatives rather than accept a promise
    of relief from Government, It is timi for G(overnment
    to take stock and consider serlouslv whether a new
    erlentatlon is not urgently required.


    By Eric Burger
    Germani political leaders to spare their Vnerals
    the unsurmountable difficulties of a two-front war.
    For the purpose they have always bee prepare(i to
    come to terms either wilh Engitland or RuRtsia it
    did not work In the last war; It did not work in
    this one.
    There Is, however, hardly anv nimllarlty in t .
    situation the German armies have to face in the
    present stage of this war and the situation they
    had to face in the corresponding slage of th le lat
    war. Where the Kaser's oldiers had to deal with
    a defenceess Russia in the throes of revoluti on
    Hitler's fighting robot$ stand against the iron will
    of a self-confident, victorious Soviet lhnion.
    They eould not win against much lesser odds
    last time. The logic of plain facts should convince
    even the most awkward Prussian militarists or how
    the end will be this time. The silei.t retirement
    of old-fashioned Field Marshal Cord you Rundstedt
    from the supreme command in the ast, is possibly
    Stip-off for the present state of mind ofhis
    class.
    The question with whet speed the Allied arnmies
    from the east and west will drive towards the
    Oerman frontiers, remains a factor of importance,
    After his "Fortrefs Europe" is fallen, Hitler will
    certainly proclaim that his "Fortress Germany"
    still stands, No doubt, he will appeal to the peo-
    ple for a hopeless effort to defend the holy earth and
    the honour of the Fatherland.
    Maybe even many among G'ermany's non-Nazis
    will follow the empty call as the (lerta n people
    have always been accessible bo nebulous notions
    such as Hitler is used to serve them.
    That nightingale alone wl' l not prolong Hitler's
    summer. The question is whether he will have
    sufficient time to construct forliflcatlons along
    the.border strong.enough to stem the Allied dvanee,
    at least for a while,a
    7%0 Siegfried Line from earlier in the war
    is not sufficient for that. It is hardly good enough
    to hang the Nazls' dirty wash on.


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    Site For Study Of Tropic Ills From Naz-is Lua sa" MN
    ly P. of MinistershI n THOPRAL or build a ew
    jio"ine.esRime I O AI INT
    Bdc"e op that an nstitte for the study i tropical medicine will By Partisal ns PAN
    i inthe Wi be set up somewhere in the Britiah West Indies In th ver ne r t
    of laws for the We luarhe0
    of Facmndp- future was expressed to the "Sunday Guardian" yesterday by Pro- MashlDOM Jytoops I h lveutern- e h Ma U 4
    Mashelil Tait's troops have taken
    i Bonomns8t1- fessor D. I. Thomson, of McGill UnlverItty, MontriOl, Canua., who the T strongly fortif town oef l l-' ir
    the Rona who arrived here on pridall by Pan American pane from ritish Guiana. Peo ce nd noa. and catur e
    theiGermlas t Sep- Professor Thomson visited Brl- -__ lorceas cut le roways eteen Agency
    p an 1d 0, M w ars the tish Oulaina to a"i a course _, w T i- Broad and Sarajevo Two troop Port-of-Spainl I- er"Mando
    of the Ro Ardean- in tropical medlcifle "or sollmel'i I r ITd trains were derailed and many
    585 tn urh. members of the Canadian Medical Fo Ur ays Let*d CkrVos we* jre ;.iled. M .lUM liN
    td ve- joint affair between More news of the growth of the -
    Germansveeren.quitter. IIUUIei---'GNoinS.U, 4MINaUrUWeUUeenl
    McGill University, the Demerra1a 1i pT a Partisan movement In Yugoalavie i -
    session p ave nodetals of Bauxite Company a.dr theRoyalI .comes tonight in a cable from
    n the wa nd n Cnav. Nl, a the F-Ior W ater Kenneth Matthews, EBC reporter. We can nesw offer
    purge.Three doctors are taking the _- a ^He has been talking to a legen-
    Council alo decided to course, he said, and they will spend Pda- iry Yugoslav figure known as @Lhe f ~lni
    Vittorio Pirnule Or- oe ont In British Ou- i lll l GOteneralTempo. the man who the ol9 W ing
    ormer Premier and one aaprty In Georgetown id organised the partisan movement L
    ,four' at Versailles, pa.rly '1i MaienGe. in the Yugoslav part of ;Mace- Iteans do the
    bftito. u x lJ e the He disclosed that Dr. Norman ICONTINUIED PFROM PAOGE 1 donisa.
    Of1t11 r1 0 sldetk 1-. lennan, the Director of -ledical been unable to obtain water from General Tempo has been having Publc
    teCaslaia of Deleutle*. Services hei, had Invited, these the taps upsutairL. Water, she aid. i talks with Alied military lea-'
    I s a symbinic1d 3e2',te doctors to come to Trinidad after would sometimes be put on when i der n etr t port on Italy
    Orlando 15s titls e'lt 11" completion of their course to study they were aUll asleep and shut off Mr. Louis C.ders In typirao the port on italyd Cas
    ermuuatachlarlul to p oru thus typl oy the patsnewaldri C I i ora Evacuont
    t of the Chambi er be- public health problems soon after. She had to obt. n civil rivat, awaGO thruIto1 up byicl of the p artisan war sn scr Vcunt
    theFascist era, and t .under Regarding the establishment of water from the taps downstairs, ernmlt-n srs tns haip ot alned Ypur thOtlia. He is3r Uniweraty
    traditionthe.ed an institute for the study of tro- wch were also shut off during the udes In printing, ha btnedYuolavia, He is 32, Unverlty
    retained of.Lce until elec- cal medicine intut for the West Indies, course of trop which we day. This caused uring there first class certificate In lithe- tra ed, unassuming and absolutely Polotol
    hcal medicine n the West Indies, cour of the day. This caused her h piting Mr AloWtot. "If-assured. ,
    o G tfee Professor Thomson said: "UntUil re- quite a lot of inconvenience. To grap here twe general Tempo's fir: t Job altr Palatal Compound
    who left here two yearii ago. Is GnrlTmo i o fr tlCmon
    cently, tropical medicine hus large- bathe, she had to carry water from at present holidaying In Scot- Yugoslavia collapsed was to orga-m
    4" 0 Iv .been studied In temperate coun- downstairs and the sewerage bowls land On completion f i ni resistance against the Ger- NEKO rmicdl
    W3&-W 1xOtries, such as Great Britain, for had to be flushed only by throwing ltud eO he Is expeted to return mani in Bosnila. He went to Ma-
    1ll iN example, London, Liverpool and Ed- buckets of water, to the Colony to lake tip an cedonia at the end of '912 where Soap
    inbrgh, and In the United In spite of the fact that she was appointment in the Groernment he met a major, who had just re-
    States, such as a New Orleans and not getting her supply of water, Printing Office. turned from a prisoner of war Saccharin
    OxrftiVo 1:ew York. People, however, are she v.Ls continuing to pay for it. camp in Raly, and as de-
    zettln more and more to feel that Mrs. Pattlson stated that she had rrtilled to become. General Tito'sl Storaxol
    Sr -s unsatisfactory nd that at made several complaints to the Itlians aT aG t r ighthand man.
    BI least a part of the study must be Water arid Sewerage Department. - I In Macedonia these two wtl;-.
    done in tropicaI countries. but when the men came, they left eihgr iht others took to the wjods and',
    S"Since the British West Indies saying they could do nothing A- hllU rA eal there factory hands, peasants, and
    -lare the most accessible tropical re- about it. Th. A.d- intelle', uals, from men of 60 to D
    M iS ALLIED HEAD- go bothfor Britain and Canada. Regarding the Bishop's High byofROME1jJuly n ^d th Ir July 15 tAP) ,- -Whenloi tink oth these countries ch oh whc she sa Council e today recom last April, G en. Tempo left Mace- iui II
    landed In France on ii t W s n c lw ain Rome today recon- ace-F.... .. ...
    meeentn them Alie tur donla fo ante' o i ot 132 FREDERICK STREET
    fudteNradloktthWetIdeasant-teacher, Mrs. Patttson stated that mended" that- the Allies turn erbiaa fo)r another. job.in southern
    found he Nrmandy rl place for development of an in- students there who numbered.bout another slice of Italy over to the rbia' the Maced par. ian Thone 20,
    ed b A oe German di- statute of t kind." 480, were forced to bring theirItalin Government. It is under-' u er 5.000. The mvn were
    each miles and Gen- An institute for the study of tro. days supply of water with them. that the transfer, whichis mostly carrying Italian weapons ,
    VDwiht Eisenhower poured pical mealcine, he concluded, It was a big event at the school s to5 od i o _tt___l__e_____j__
    more than seven divisions would, to be successful, have to r expected to be made'within a but recently Increased ruantittes
    more t xtendmt e Gover ment'schinei
    more than one-eiglith the a research institute in which me- when ran fell, she said. Thes week, will extend the Government's of British arms Includi ma
    of HitIer's entire army in d dents would go out to fill vessel i guns and automatics Lave been
    of Hitlers enre amy dic knowledge was being advanc- so as to get water for washing jurisdiction as far as tle province achln them t ti .
    Wi t, ^ ca, of nd not merel a teaching ln- M ac a d o h r ^f pl w r E !^ ^ .;
    t, it was disclosed today, ed and not merely a teaching as of Latium with the exception of reaching them. With th's a' -s
    .Germans had a total of statute. their hands, faces and for other the city of Naples which will re-t do nng o artsans have been
    divisions In Normandy on Professor Thomson leaves here to. Mpur ,,os. main under Allied administration doing good work, and only Olas U
    tw asoMrs. Pattison because of the vital importance of month they fought their biggest
    ly but it was the following morrow oil his way 1; c o aad.ha ee n redo th a irt osig he pot
    t aoreter. had been one of the first to sign temupand fiercest battle against the Axis
    M with anything more than one of the "Guardlan" coupons. American, British, Russian, forces, leaving 500 enemy dead
    t and elements of one ar- m s While, se was not concerned French, Yugoslav anu Greek dele- on the field. v*'
    oddivision. hv beneabout political controversy, she gates attended. All have now es- --- "" .'
    Maorcements have been corn- Rom m e Hasaid she takes the view that "If the tablished themselves in Rome. Mr. Tr c e m a
    In steadily and the enemy now D ivi*si Government would be in a better Alexander Kirk, American Am- lf l Y. /l
    I20 to 25 divisions in Normandy. r | Vcm nosltion to givel us water, well then, bassador, has taken over his old A Ul '-eJ r a II 0 0
    or 12 of them facing the Ame- 25 G ivi o1U11 government should have control of home in Via Nomentana while
    front. th water distribution." awaitine the esablishment of a re H it
    Maral Gerd von Rund- M tr on marvelled at the n ew Emba"iy reak n ted
    was allowed 60 divisions with fact thM t there* has not et been m
    d to repel the invasion. Despite In U U fa --t ANKARA. July (APh) delayed)- o
    i fact that two of these have ICONTINUED rMOM PAEOI IJ an pdiemic in Port-of-Spain due ae bA, g cArculayed thatJ
    Rumous sare buing orculateo that .22'tk4 PUSIN
    to. the lack of water for ordinary Ching diplomatic and economic eto
    ared completely and parts dominated the battle as tle gun- domestic ourooses I Madama C hiang diplomatic and economic 'elatwonb E w
    L~a~v^nThe"^ Rev mothe Jutelo ofybStr'u shortly between X i i ~ f
    others killed or captured, the iiC,.i pittioili, tahe %,rnmanl pO*on5lo The Rev. Mother otiuterior 07 t ST "t jis5t T. luiky and Grmaeny T Ahr l lisy l
    an army strength In the west anu Loop iis lstily v ig ligialuno'I o onkeyoandslermany.sTenetAllteo
    Is estimaK :ted ;' atS 60"" to 65 d J-.osnira l.onvent told the "Snd nt 00v11nlGood Condition M IU TA R
    i estimated at 60 to 65 di- earhors. uardlan" tt bcP.se of tlhe RO h are reported to have demanded such
    tnr Fl-Mra 'Ilie attack 13 working towards St. hortgne of v.,ter on the riaht ofRIOi DE JANEIRO. July N s(APn. a break. There is no con rmation
    AcIntgi under Field Marshal Lo I several directions. Norm h ov "e tn. Alni officialtofd theBAssoi Islatedre of these reports, but there li also
    Rwo.ommel's theotey thatther convent fire if the Bri-adehman inn told the Associated Pre n
    le to defeat the hvader l the ton the infantry had one hd h witer th -v roul4 have at .adai. Chian Kai- no denal et ro Turkisi or
    nut planet dfeatthe itvaerr jol todayr.., that .... ......Chia n o Kail ihe rm u-ih
    aon the beaches, the Germans several hundred yards whtn BBC pr.,p,-rt.d the r. fr-om .nrert'nl" Shek ,was **showitn; good condition Allied quarters.
    itpad their infantry forces all reporter tooert Dunnett spoke from Fiarinhr one of th., "Guar'ilen" and is apparently satiafied wit The ;:nlln radio hinted that the' Cepttli *pri of toJ. Wu, Milita,
    long the European coast with 'he the American front this morning, th. -v Mother *ted the new resting home." He salo Germans expect Turkey to enter tlhe IKel...an excitin. g.y Don Juan. lipetcl.
    reaet density closest to Britaini but they were coming under some 'tht. bers-'f of the- horta- of Madame Chiang yesterday strolled war "before the end of October," a IL.. Yo,,u'll i.Le it firm Cnniitency-
    d I er strength graduated in of the heaviest gunfire they have wotr t th. convent ,prr t0e in tile ground surrounding the Transocean broadLastsaid i t.cream-,..smnootltnels-t...eallund .l,.
    actions. I yet experienced. -Pr- "' .t'a ."nte P'- vr,,re mansion and added that the island It is believed possible, hov ver, meo ii ip.arts to your lip I t's a time-.
    greatest strength was In t another point they weresoi 'rr$io n v h r' ... ..r wer fI at present was occupied only by that miltl:ary operations of a far- l*.,r, i,,o-- ie.,,s. jitsaff#no for Lhou..
    PlvasiP dcoveredaa 100-mile strctcl0i close that the Infantry were fight- .r-l'd'nee. i, ,t AlOnn to the .Ift Madame Chiang, her party and reaching extent may develop b~fore No to re.tUCoh your lips oa.aodtly
    S ^ IlI Ilrlt A" eloh ,, ^S^ ^^^,~leeo .- ^ .n ^ .f ^
    Hth five ech way from the tw in towards a small Normandy v- hrt10 lot.i' servants, Visitors are barred. the end of October'I1: co
    This strength tapered .ige less than two miles from St. 1 1h"tid"' hai n b I or omtplibll peft .lo -
    S~S~ach direction-more sharply L o. Yet another thrust is going on om-tlImes "ptll lati in the ",n- .-.-.-usef si.ti ,.D.n J
    a nd south-whlch In from field to field on the other tside 'n" before they cold be wash"I IA r dll"i<
    n Goermans had no idea of the main road down T rom Ba- ....T..... .I,.. oL mA A [I k I r j...,-.. AT ouMzD
    ar e __ h e .vA l o n w a s c o m in g ve u x t o S t .I .o T h e B B C r e po r te r M"H OR.T A G E. A N... . i I / V j- I D J F= o.a P J.Yi. |. ,
    a merely littered their troops says that the enemy shows every Me verv ev. Dr. J. 3 Meenaln t I I | ov ptl smootlnes. S itl
    Latio to the distance from sign that he means to fight a stub- Prlrciopel of St ,Tary's rol'-e, also' (Leaineness provTis-.
    tin. bortl delaying action in front of the renort-d prn sir.t shortage of | | I | i I.
    town! but the Americans are fight- water In the ire.la where hero .H O T E L _I__
    B nansl May Get il their way forward yard by were 1.1O students but he refusedH T
    Strong Defence Polnts ard of .there the. American to oreierit. Wt0. N _ i iJ UiAN
    by WEtS GALLAGHER forces a rewitin two miles of the 9M" Persn lodo-i-"e ri- r of Uat HASTINGS, BARBADOS._
    SUPRME ALL.... H. AD- road down to Periers and it ia h* s. dmclre ht ASTINGS- AR.S..N.T...
    SUP~REME ALLIED HEAD- stayed S.H.A.E.F. that the uerl--.wtsnow month,,itpr hi ,
    ARTiM July 15 (AP).--Allied mans are. likely to. contest he o ttin a-tr utrs. Situated 15 Acres of MANZAN ILA OCAL ROAD
    In launching a big offensive American advance grimly. U 1 4#. It ffIt wA G d enAZAs andLA G eOCAL ROAD
    Scout of l tle Normandy Developments on this sector with shit off so e*rle nd "iton -li- Gardens and Glodes BOARD
    threatens to put the I ts many waterways, have been to 1.o ath tt for days he could not -
    i n the strongest defensive link up the troops in the town of '* th 4 r I O E F r I F INEST In accordance -"ith Sections 50
    I, they have held since! both sides of the marshes towards F-cri'tr "' l fb % 4 14- T (1) and5 5 of the Roads Ordinance
    l n the opinion of many Periers and that means a useful til"' nf vines- ",'I.ee i e om.ete, HOTELS/ 3 IN THE WESTl Cap. 16 No. I It is hereby notified
    Snd American observers of shortening of the American line. in tspt h r-"'"'l not get water to e INDIS that-
    h campaign. Flying weather was so bad o--, ti,. it-s. I that:-
    the capture of Caen, the in Normandy today that only 50 Mr. Rndrile"ov. baitI h ei c*o* TEUllLE'le-held
    that General Sir sorties were flown by Allied air'- t._ r'oinn"s f-'n" t' P 'rA. t Se- b h for between the hours of 9 ame and
    Montgomery's forces on craft up to this afternoon. Theme i',,^. 'n niopt"* nf the ""C l Ti s 12 noon and between 2 p.m. and
    ts stern wing of the bridgehead were chittly fighttr-bomher attacks |aTi" "Water Petition Week"r Hotel T DaY wotw U L, 14 p.
    i--0 days since the invasion on the enemy's forward positions ....almr "e ihoteal gR A 0t 1
    si s territory than at St. IA. __ __ ___.HotelAaTH URS Y t h oUse, aie"
    sl x r e a c h e B o c ag B r itisL li t th e C o u rt H o um e e s a ng i e
    -ho ilrx day after "C-Day" Britis Ca e LAWN TFNNIS COURTS Grarde-for the purpose of lling
    _ ithe reached Bocage British Capture rnr .A ,-.C~ Ihe FR" slyin the Invasion, Allied air 7,000 Germans Unniut Fln s S outh offce and also on the ame
    SU had* the roads and bridges vM osq o 'lloawn sA RET G S date, In accordance wifda th Sec. 9
    to the beachhead so badly RATES:,,ate,......cor.a|_ew.th SRATES9
    i-ed that Field-Marshal Rom- By ROGER GRKCEkN. F ET .. -. ... of the Roads Ordinance Cap. 1i.
    could gather only pieces of di. ON THE CAEN FRONT. Nor- In Austrana No. 1.
    to plug the gaps. Mandy, July 15 (APt.--A British A BY-ELECTION
    ie-Martshal Romel has be ff merso wer at or LONDON. July 15 Reuters.- American plan, I.e. All inclusive of this Board, will be hld be-
    - b-erd anihef rotomm i nc e enle then 7,000 Germans were eipturod Anoth~er R.A F frontline aircraft te
    da hrd o hefotsnc e J ,'ea t four ti rons that num. in. r ...rs of ,am... ..1
    tn of the invaon, but he .itP a;.Jeait sour time. that um. now on duty in Australia. It is nooIn a between 2 p.m.a and
    lae o-bad weatmerfind bthe-fa ct-Wl' o l rti rinflieted on the tclaind to famou s M.qer persncoms p. ttheCourtwHouse.uSangre
    t air attack cannot completely, persur- ? nd e-for the purpose of fll rng
    a dong w.geather thate ey on0 theBritib. the fastest fighter-ohaber Int e of a. m e reiged.
    the flow of troops and suplies. f ull on General the world. Unlike the Spitfire and bota th Iat e rfretionimust
    e,_lidi-lM. arsal RoMnnlel has ie, wi co.tinued l the many other type that have beenCd e r c m

    e to inceas.ve rOUn4d Cvaen.s Maley but no attack a or counter tlWork for many month oes and wvrst iFivel. no. c. cnlll Ig to theJ8 4.
    T$ i have ilt'n, i.tinita e i o r extended we rent inre ford Australia area bei built, $sbhairman.AtPleastO seven (7-clear
    co.=-,rnated I m e-icane atawhe haw l in the6.ihpsector tperhdaysybeforeothedayiofrEl


    arms.rthiis fSninward the.rbf.'! InthCommuonealthitselfarey WMa: FOGARTY, LTD FolKN I TIIR
    Ir alpon eag on* f0ly i n 'orsee tewOson toward te C /on f ioon wealth il ben s-a/-. -a - -1 F. N. ARTR
    te.. a i t cove.. .e 11 0t i eeorn Key onef au the murder branchf ofrtheBritishfirmuthat de- SALE
    i nner enl, D l --eturning
    by nature of the tCradin th o Savannah, was yesterday commit- pany The lnh b
    -* a_ thre dftrettnsv a nto ever lted bu Mr. B W. Celeotuin It ad frtM .. ..7 .
    .anthe Br p "its and Csxas the the Third Police Core to dtend i have | reached Q E P KIOE. -- 25TOSAI -
    = Ceno h uamer sace.as w trial at the neB t Aeto.r te I al LuVtIV TaO In'Ar FTc
    )reruigaTer Churbosp'g,* The MosOioesaO bultlarel


    toSIGIOMTNRA buld utainoet pMRN QAE PRO7SAN~ U NT R
    dt.Icoeso ieof th~~fe Inspcto Kel oftuce the murde of __bas__de,
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    TIURSDAY, 10th AUGUST, 1944
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    NOTICE-
    SHORTAGE OF WATEJLR.
    OWING to Shortage of Water at thii stil me iof S ix or
    requested to co-operate with the CMy AuthoriUs the sI n vs
    Iof itste In any form. Where waste Is observed a Ts por HSeMw
    Made Immediately to the Water Department Mt tie Tw .u s
    phone 4060.;
    Attention Is aLso called to resolutions of the City Ouno2 v *
    accordance with the provisions of the Port-of-Spain ooaor3tlcb fft
    dinance, Ch. 39 No. 1, whereby the use Ii prohibited of the Movif-tii
    1. Ceirden Taps. __
    .'. Swimming Baths.
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    4. Hose Pipes in connecuon with business preaMIs. -,-
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    Town L.II, Poit-o,-_,.&n .^
    12th July, 1944. ..'.,.
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    I have been favoured with itn-
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    sell by Public Auction, the follow-
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    106 Cartons Soap
    (Damaged)
    40 Cartons Men's 'Felt
    Hats.
    1 Case Military Khaki
    Pants.
    2 Cases Military Shirts.
    1 Case Military Shirts.
    1 Case Militaro Shirts.
    1 Case M-n's Ties.
    I Case Gent's White
    Kerchiefsh.
    1 Cise Lodies' Stock;nqs.
    8 Cartons Ladies' Straw
    Hots.
    1 Crt%, Kitchen Towels.
    A. M. Querluno.
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    G. T Py In Trianguir Soccer Series E
    Sheffield SwampLnss

    Rist Team For Convent Fund htonVilla Sheffield
    Opener On Saturday Picked In Opening S.A.F.A. Match.
    The youthful Sheffield swiqmped Lanes with a beating, when
    o p h* do Inrita"M to j o ininthe 1eletl of the Interolonial Tri-, the 8.A..A. 1944 soccer wsaon got underway At akirner Park th .,Store
    ptlr Fo r.Os c nred to t p tc her oIn october. Bradford En g a g e afternoon. + _
    Ml ".0 & will rA in Them rn' Goallesh The H 1ble T. Albert Marry- ('U
    "- TullCoincide FL Oesh ow. of t renada, was present t; W MoC u u
    ef R lto co d1 NA.F.L. Opener see a fast and exciting game, in Is ullu gh
    wtg if the BaJ5MBU !^ ri. pnr which the youths in blue turned a a At- G o f C
    ,abaf We Tull nd
    ?I Wtournsent win um the Ishton Villa. Northern League needle fixture Into a completely Wlf.
    Wa Srisk the I1M firs championsA play one-sided aqsir. 1 ALt
    fMark esh ielMSdwon b. I Fora with a 10-man outfit held Brad- Mr. Marryshow was Introduced to
    MInt U, hirt d wI.n b: 'iU1 I[F or ford, the newiy promoted second the players, and His Worship the W. B. McCullough with a return
    be will not sk champions, to a goallese draw Mayor, the !Tonble Timothy R?'0dl1,of all square with boge", won the
    ",l v Du.d Iyn tre earning fixture of the kicked o the ball to start proceed. Captain's Pri e ion con-
    ARet, N.A..L. 4Nneom, on the Queen's unro.,
    Sw Bt Grnk Rest' Oa Savannah yesterday after- The Lanes opened on the often- tested at the St. Andrews golf clubF
    "at a iM t which e noon. sive, but Sheffield drew first blood, ocur" at Maraval yesterday after-
    tWei Barbados two month ago. Wilfred Tull. greatest of Tlinldad Bradford proved to the crowd of Lanes got r.n early equaliser. Lo Palme n T J
    t in the T.AJ,A. opener on present-day half millers, and Fellx far, even when playing with oue When the score was 2-1, Lanes L. H. Palmer and T. d. ,obin
    lSahi n a id of the St. Joseph Harding, one-time quarter mile snort on their line up that their missed a penalty, and from then were twodown to bogey, And W. L.
    Oon t Relief Fund. was selected champion, will represent Police at promotion was well deserved. cnwards Sheffield completely took Weltrd of the Savings Sretamps con-
    yeray. the B.G. Olympiad to be held at 'Bradford Indulged in better corn- charge of things and went on to eti the re: Stamps con
    ft i:-l. Merritt; K. Cook, D. Thoma Oval on August S and 7. binatlon, but the Carrington bro- give their opponents a sound wal- pei werer
    Husbands; C. Dore, R. Z. LIllv- Tull Is the holder of the local others turned In some sterling per- loping. HOI
    crapp, IL Murray; C. Downes, half-mile record having done the formancee In the back line for 'ie goal scorers were Selwyn 1-HOLE
    "Sacle" 'Oovla,. Roy Seon.N. distance In1m58 -5 seconds andon Ashton Vllt and often shattered Batiste and Randolph Halls, two Palmer and T. J. John. first two C
    Dolas, J. 3tollmeyer (Capt.). the fast Thoma. tracki. intends what appeared dangerous raids each, J. Kennedy and V. Bernard, dcwn to bogey; Major N. F. Rex
    Tridad team wil be:-J on make an attempt at record h most brilliant movements ne each and Orell were four down to pre!
    salves; K. Warner, J. Sampson; R. He Is also No. 1 miler, having were carried out by Bradflrd's Eddie Procope scored for Lanes bogey.
    Knowles, P. Jones, S. Nicholson; T. beaten Mannie Ramjohn and the Thompson. Weeks, and Worrell in Mr Eric Marache carried the NINE-HOLES in
    McL4an, B. Thompson, A. Charles, other's for tie past two years., the attacking line, and the clever while. L. H. Palmer. T. J. Tobin, M G.
    P. Burnett, Nattle Sealey. Harding has run some brilliant custodian Brnette showed his skill F Robinson were
    Tw Trhidad team will play In quarter miles in B.G., and despite in the nets, to keep the score arsa goal- pt. FRiadl ok n firse I
    rdJerseysand The Rest, In blue. his defeats at the last T.A.A.C. les at half-time. ja s a r p lace dedlock tn a er.t
    Plyrs unable to take part in the sports, is sanguine he will give the At the resumption, Bradford wpI t I I .M cntre and Dr Cambell
    $ 'am 0d notify the Hon-top-notchers a run for their money on to dominate play, their oppon- a a. W C. M. cntyre and Dr. Campbell
    are asked to notify the Hen- in August. ents making many intermttentwere one down.
    r Secretary. Already H. A, Halls, former B.G. thsts, which Wilson tand L e m After the game, R. G. Hill, cap-
    GOVt NOR TO KICK-O yards champion, now domiciled oke up before they became i alof the St. Andrews Club pre-
    here, and Thomas O'Connor, "A" dangerous.I seated a beautiful cup to W. B
    His Excellency the Acting Cover- "lass cycle ace ar-e In B.O. They In this session, I. Daniel came -- -- McCullough.
    nlr, the Hon'ble A. B. Wright, will will represent thle 2nd Coast Artil- into the picture, and after Brad- Bata cricket eleven won theirl
    kick off to start the season a-going lery Battery. ford's Inner left Worrell, dribbledI Ponanza second class semi-final Goodwin Soccer
    p4. m.j on Saturday McDonald Bailey, sprint star, past a back, and shot, and the yesterday afternoon defeating Ash- oo win S
    His Grace the Archbilhop will who is well known in the mudland agile Burnette, merely stopped the ton Villa by 14 runs.
    alo attend will leave tomorrow morning and ball, and lost his balance, Daniel In an effort to get 85 runs, Ashton trt Au u 1
    r Victor Richardson will be will run in the 100 and 220 yards splendidly frustrating what seemro villa reached ,, for f:ur. but theStarts August 13
    refer" for the matchraces h o e c a certain goal, I bowling of W. Pathaysingh and R. The Goodwin Sunday afternoonn store
    Admission to stand will be 48 T.A.A.C. hav not yet selected Bradford lest many scoring jNarinesinh proved too much for football cup competitn undernoon the me
    cents and grounds 12 cents their te.rm, but Geo Terry, D. chances by poor shooting, while them and they were all out for 71 pootba cup ompetithce a under the m
    cents and groun cents. Barlowe, P. Newton, V. Ettlenne, V. Ashton Villa's forwards did not Grand defensive batting by kip-Ipatronag of the Hon'ole M. A. the
    Moore have signified their Inten- combined well. er N Maadeo saved Bat fr' Maillard, will gt underway on Sun- ptrope
    tion of gotlg on their own while Mr. f, Cumberbatch relereed Tpe s eday, August 13,
    Mr. U Cumbrbath relreedcollapse In their second inninigs.3mHeiv
    r r CGeo Baker, sprinter. Laurie Rogers, 'he game. ec re d in t nd mon. The following dlubs have sign1- del
    C hami onsh p and Victor Chrng will make the The teams were. 19 -t ot, while Sampat fled their intention of taking part: to a
    trip. Ashton Villa: N Buirnette:; R. sc ored 21swr Dover. Coha, Hermitage, Fighting o
    hes R s ltr -s Carrington B. Carriigton; I. Dan- acors ce .re. D o 69th, Craven, Spoilers iSt, J:sepl),
    lei, E Williamson: N. Stephn~. S. Bata-55 and I R. Narayn- 69h Mr. J. Williams' X1, Mr. 1. Hare-
    C heSs Res lt New Sports Book Springer, N. Durham and N. Pol- nh24NMahadeo5ad9ot .ar
    lonat C. Sampat 21; L. Monroe f wood's Xl, Oddfellows, War Lors
    ondEtniFC.DR.
    Only halftheixt.intheO tTBradford: Deloeshe; F Wilson, for six. R Carrington two for 11 Entries close on Saturday, Aug-
    Osland chess championshiptgaries, i utheisW eekI. Israel: L, Belle. F Badiiock, and four fcr 20 F. Pierre two for u-st 3, and clubs desirous of ta'.ing
    e to a close R Julien; M. Julien. W Thonmson20 and one for 14. us ti
    evening. s on sday Fearless Freddie. Trinidad's C Weks, G. Wortl and Ashtnn Villa:-40 and 71. F. part, are asked to communicate R.
    Dr. J. sum made his firs' ap- greatest boxer eser. lost the third Frederick Pirre 15 not out,. E. Wllllamson 10 with the secretary at No. 24 Jer- (For
    powance in the turnalent, And of the three titles he n'ce held. 'he G ;ill 26, W. Porter 10: C. Sampat ningnam Avenue. 114
    won his natch from George Stan- llg..twelght crown, to Al Taffy three for 7. W. Pathavsingh three A meeting if the C'mmittee will Op
    ford cli".er 135-poundi ,, He ,St Jans M rine S ar fr 14 and three for 39. R Narlne- be held this morning at the above
    The Kernkraut brothers. turned thuni in 1932; t. was revealedd M arine qh on or three and three or address and clubs are equesd to Meed
    In two fine wins, whiile points uere Ill the article, "25 Year', of Boxind f te a g"t 1re e send a representative. Chirc
    also gained by R. Romaln, D, D. in Sports and MuIsic Cuaalcad.,"1 nni Results --I
    ,ampbell Wlllamins and N. Carls.nd. a tnew bi-annual mra,'azline due off PIOVIIDENC'E TEAM
    0. Cobliam had a fine encotinter thel )r'i.is early tins. weeic Results o)f the Marilit q ,i '.i. Team to represent Providence XI
    With .1 Quist.hie, and had JustI T'afy wept op.vni'v in the rilg ,at Tennis Club doubles mInatchuls pta ,ci t i ,la ;against Pembert-n League
    secured the better of some nmid- his conquest of the great gladiator, yesterday were: XI, winch ill tour Grenada short-
    game exchanges, when the ganime Added to this are interesting ar- T. Schjolseth and N. Nothna ecl iv. tomorrow afternoon will be:-N.
    was adjounred. tiles on Trinidad football, tie defeated L. DcVaux and Gi MOtUtS ALin' ne: S. arrer. 0 Stewart: N.
    The scores were: Barbados-Trinidad Intercol-il de Oca, 6-2 and 6-4. W,llcrs, (G Col'ton, F Wilson, C.
    HEAT NO. I. GoLdwill cricket tour the unIid C. Thavenot and W SonervIlle tLewis. 0 Forcle C Malllard, ..
    D. D. Campbell W.llianis defeated story of the fanouits 'bodvline' tour, defeated E. Forjonel and E Llui,), Doi"lN.. 0 Wellilngtln, L. Rawlis
    0. 0. Martin, I. Kcrnkraut de- the progress of netball inl Trinida'i, b-3 and 6-4. and F, H ickett.
    foated Ayoub Sabga; A. Kernkraut junior league ricketyt and football. F'IXT'IU:. S FOR MONIAY --_____J_
    defeated B. J. Belell; P. Thomasos hockey. horse-racing, and many OPEN DOUBLES-s k'NII-'INAl.S SEMI-FINAL TODAY
    adjourned with A. L\ons other popular sport topics of on- 0. Thavenot and W. Somerville A team fr:m the following will
    XAT NO. L- epesnt EseiSgC o VctV
    r. NOJ. t defeated d Stan- rest to West Indian sportsmen, play N. Nothnagel and T. schj.l- represent Essex S.C. on Victorna
    J.8t' ma ga Gi. Sn The magazine is designed to meet seth ground at 830 a.m. In a Pmberto
    R. Romain defeated 0. R. the needs of the devotees of the H. Nothnagel and A. Parfan play semi-final acailnt Hutchinson's XI
    Martin: N. Chrlabrd defeated NCol any's manifold sports activities A. Agostini and A. Davenpoit today:-W. McKend captainn, H.
    Callender; 0. Cobham adjourned and in illustrated section de.ls Hislop. C Price, L. Chapman, R.
    with J. S Quashir; F. W. de Ve- with jazz music which many Chapnan. F. Chapman, H. Fonrose.
    teuil postpone id w ith N. Callender. local i and IS.dance orchesrsIndian Doubies B Thorne, A. Ellis. C. Legall, M.
    The sixth round fixtures lor IfeatilreI ian i dltta l \e'all. G Douglas, S. Roach.
    Wednesday are Brii tl. .itd ,au.drstraee Champs row ed .
    A. Ln la r. A *"antd printed bv thle "Guardian" Crowned FOR SALE
    I. Kernkraut pla)s F ',hoil'tso5: Comnmercial Prmtter. the magazine
    A. Lyoins plays Dr. A G ancs is: assured of a ready de mand M. Dwarika d P. Rookie
    Ayoulb Ssbaga plays A Kernki mit Uo hSls
    3. J. Bedell 'laysG 0 Mart:,: I lhere art' many special articles the Indian Recreation Club (iulili. Valuable IAt.ite of upprox. t65 acres -
    Williams a byve. front "people Io the know," a host (ennis championship by dei.'adtug| on Santa Cruz Roao with consider- -
    HEAT NO. 2. ,,f facts carry this latest publication M. Dookie and B. Gooihirat 4-I, blc' stretch of Main River bound-
    Dr. 3. Sturn lays R Rnmain ab ve tle usual stanrdd 6-4 6-4. I, _9g ropt'r,.v 4,0U full grapefruit ,
    0. R Martin plavs G S anford 'Sp-irt. nd Music Cavalcad"' The brilliant, chopping of P tr?%. 3.,000 Tonca Bean Trees Vtri- -
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    T. W. de Verteutil playsG .Cobham; its atithh'rs to progressive develop- and his partner the vict..ri wl cil Trees, v.i'y valuable Timber, Gravel
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    By OWBBOVEB
    W' & a few days before the' mpnng of the a
    fW people could poIdbly hayve anticipated u
    in lthe weather, for just prior to then, tMae cea
    e ft one with the impression that Jupiter'Pluviu
    other formidable beachhead, against which Old Kl
    vO bean fighting a losing battle.
    .ev0 a beautifully timnted toun- ia
    attack succeeded in breaking-e o tA a race
    gan clouds, and lvn us to senseof the wor
    h the sport of kings in most h od age, he t
    -eather conditions. a useful turn of
    must have been disappointing U01, Comiing out
    he owners and trainers whose the above mei
    Were galloping with every a.bit of doing.
    action on soft-going during chalked Up his.
    Preparation, to get a hard The mighty PX
    fast track to race on, but all races In her year
    more credit to the horse that is her time, I Am
    iEtly at home on any type of Zolslas has better
    as it Is certainly'not uncom- The come back
    to experience such sudden one of the highly
    oe ot weather, espeolallynow- Ibg, and like Ra
    when it pours "cats and never out of pla
    In the dry season and the This mare's ia
    lt sunshine during the rainy December 1942;
    Shas provided more than a Zollas who really
    headache to our grow more a she finished
    mdpaltgners. quite a few occa.
    thought the racing very good 1 wrote after th
    Sas It provided just what the ing that I though
    an should look forward to come back, ond
    e glorious uncertainty of it all. pleased when I r
    r example, the 10 races opened racy before the
    e uppermost three classes, were Her failure to
    by 10 different animals, and December o
    appy Days, by outsprinting his amply because as
    Issa rivals In the two six fur- being fit, as she-
    ,races of that division can be p.:llops during hei
    Sto have displayed some supert- those meetings.
    Sbut his failing to place in After her first
    er of the mile and distance fore this meeting
    tis was just another sample of that we would ago
    really open the r,'ces were. eagle in action.
    li greatly improved War Lord and keenness wi
    ned 'championShip honours in evidence, and hei
    even he did not fall to let proved beyond re
    backers down when he finished It seems ,i gre
    Sthe field In the mile of his will be a loss to
    Sclass, and could get no nearer so impressive a
    a fourth in the E class handi- is due to go to 1
    Over six furlongs on the lAst Stable companion
    .Irish Eyes.
    pima Donna and ,Minesweeper I feel certain
    ed the spoils among the lowly feelings of thou
    i but not without giving their that we have not
    uful supporters parl-mutuel one of tie best
    ends of five to one and better creoles are concern
    |aver they scored, which were---
    appreciable odds considering T\l f C
    t they must have been Joint fa- TUobfa U 0S
    riIeM. AA *


    do not consider it out of plaice
    Mention that I have seldom wit-
    bed poorer exhibitions of race
    ag, and I suppose this also con-
    ted to the uncertainty of the
    e, aS thdre !a absolutely no
    bt that quite a few horses which
    [hed second, should have, with
    k lAby good ride, got safely
    o with a bit to spare.
    r instance, most racing folk
    re the opinion that Sugar Lady
    I a lucky winner. Ras Taffare,
    far our beit stayer, failed to get
    le strongly enough, as he sut-
    d the harrassing experience of
    ig drtceh over every yard of
    mile and 130 yards course.
    iiris oq Sugar Lady rode a
    rly race but the lad on Ras
    are did not think it fit to give
    lion-hearted creole a breather,
    When he shook off 'Sunshaft
    a mile from home.
    Mgruelling mileu
    InVl ft' effect on the
    as he rai '3rd In his net
    t which was a fatly' run "t
    ; he won thle following mile
    SOlene* le, anid theft finally
    ted, (but not without a grand
    e) a sho.-t, head defeat from
    oaid Gleneagle, in perhaps the
    t flnlsh of the meetiRg.
    at a wonderful ho '" this Ras
    re Is! I can well rinember
    g his three and four years
    days, when half breds ,ne
    I and Danny Boy showed him
    way home In six furlong races,
    Were invariably run around
    S-5 or thereabouts. '
    tday, thle allant son of ToM
    rson flnlshes well up to the
    era In A class over the same
    se, in which the winner Is
    ed, In a shade over 1.15.
    ad' you I am not trying to con-
    that Ras Is a Zollas or a Purest
    l, but we have got to hand it


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    ____ ____ __________ UNDAY GUA DIA, JTTLY It. 41 .

    ement Antilles Win McKel-Serrette 'Feather'

    i 'Great' Ghouralal Amateur Title Bout July 20

    C rickety C up Lennox McKell, most clever of the 12-poundert, will be figuring
    Summer meeting. in the spotlight main tl.e bout aPaInst whirlwind Leonard 8errette,
    ich a le~llgtfl Sunday Guardian Correspondent
    LA BREA, July 13a -Antilles tn an amateur boxing card, listing three title bouts for which three
    4e1 showers cer- Petroloum Oilfielda cricket club of .siver cups have been offered, at the Prince's Building on Thuarday,
    ia had etsablished La Brea under the astute cap- Jl 20.
    ha et b^ talncy of Eric Brown, registered I '
    ng Saul appeard their first Hin on the Ghouralal Part of the proceeds of this card, *-
    cricket trophy on Sunday, when presented by Mr. Cedric Espinet.l
    hoe i e they concluded the final with will be donated to the St. Josehph l& hi fe i
    r IAen the A C.C of Ovapo and triumphed Concent Relef u.d. C hine
    rd. to see thatiIn bY six wickets, In a match which Me-Kell lost his featherweis: t I i OC -
    .. dtoseetahat in Was packed with numerous thrills title to Len Serrette, after gaining 1 C i e -
    has developed such from beginning to end. two consecutive point ,ictoril ov r -e.,r
    ee t--for muind On the opening day of the match, the rough and ruiged title-holder T a bleo Tenn is match-winning '
    rationed time takes the small total of 59 runs, to which to regain It. uninteri LIPted, when thev defeated
    ^t ^, meT o o~r r h' meeting he ntii "'gcln U en^ o:1
    At the meeting he Antilles replied with 107, to estab- 1rancis, tenor of e Orphanage, the Chinee wsportsh Cthe dtour-e
    21th victory, w sh a lead of 4 runs. s- ite ame camp wtMcKell, e p o T .tour
    e Fun won two In their second Innings, the and will try to cmree a supri one in a Pin Pot Tournament
    r and 1.15 fiat was Acme players again found run-. agind lwrn c A a w ro hase n Friday fight, a the Indian Re-
    not aware that getting a rather Jilfflolt problem, hiad ans ffIcl t ' Aoe ohs creation Clubr",ns, 76 Pembroke
    red that! *nd six of theIr bet play-rs wenre i trekeeping et, in aid of the Chinese
    andsixofther estplas wrilhi light %,eight title so far. sold era' Comnfort Fund.
    c of Gleneagle was skittled out for 24 runs; but the thtlf.tei ile. o u,.,i Sold er' comfort Fnd.
    Rights of the meet remaining batsmen rallied splen- ir of the t,,e bolts Winners o Chetniks were Noblei
    s Taffare she was didly to boost up the to:al to 73. be arwelterweight affair. o hi hLod:s Sarkar, Maj:d Ibrahlm. Hamlyni
    ce. Charlie Bain batted doggedly to'Barradas. the championship holdqr, Akal and Yadlseen All while Boysia'
    ast victory vas In topscore with i18 runs, while E. S.1 an George Pake-, rugged two-" Wog Fu Sue was the only Chines
    thereafter it was John contributed a well made 17 listed 147-pounder .. .tpliayr ts win.
    stood in her way rt'ns. The other six-rounder willt see In th- most exciting game of
    second to him on With his cleverly disguised left- Joseph Ramao, ..a.ist sensation the series, Persaud Ramipeisaud of
    sons. arm spinners, Francis Caesar, tall. I among featherweight In south., clhetnlks, lost to Bovsie Wong-Pu
    le December meet- athletic stock bowler of Antilles. w-ho will come to grips With B. isue. the Ciuncse ace.
    ;ht that she could completely had the opposing ba's- O'Brien, the Orphanage ace. Spec Pre g.ven a treat as
    I was more than mien at bay, and In an unbroken O'BEien holds a Nitory over Ranipei'aurd pried himself to bel
    asw her looking to spell of 12 overs, three of which, Ernest Luenro. a more defeive player.
    meeting, were maidens, claimed a bag of Amon g th- four-roiunders. the Tersci. fn iolr with the Chet-
    do better In June eight wickets for 23 runs, including' Emnei Nunles--"One P;c)h" niks fi:st ni'tuioned -
    if last year was the "hat t'ick He Is al'o a bats- holde- bout wil' hold spotl.gliht.
    he was far from man whose methods are fashioned Following is the card:---N. sarkar beat V. GOlllette 21-l1,
    blew terrible after along orthodox and 'mtthodlcal ROUNDS 21 -
    *r preparation for /lines.. M bihni defeated A. Puon Tip
    SLeft With 27 uns to make to Len Serette vs. Len M;Kell. i18-21, '1 -16 21 19
    .... t b-e gain possession of the valuable L. Assam vs Francis ,Orphanag.?l f. Akal whipped H. Lei Yen 21
    open gallop be- trophy, four Antilles ba!srnen L. Barradas vs G. Baker. -14 21 14.
    I was convinced crumbled to the bowling of P. Lokal J. Ramao vs. O'Brien (Orphant- P. Ram.)ersaud lost, to B. Wong
    am .see a fit Glen- and L. Brown for ihe ieeaare total "age), u
    as her old pace of 14 runs; but Caesar proved ils F S 22- 1-10 16--2.
    as very much In versality to the two-wasy bowling 4 ROUtNDS Y. All on forom H. Young 21-19,
    r wind had tim- attack, and brought victory to his Baptiste vs PC. 0. Baitlhwaite. 21- (-
    'ecognition. team, amid scents ot vild excite- Holder vs E. Nunes. EXHIBITION GAMX
    at pity that she ment. P. Lokal bowled remarkably Legall vs E. Jarine. R. de Sia atedD it-
    our racing after well to capture three wickets for E. Serrette vs Joaqulnm. pa d Sic 2 1 d1fated D 2 2 tz-
    ;ome-back, as she 13 rune. while L. Brown secured Boyce vs Wilsn patrick 21 -15, 21- 18, 24 22.
    Barbados with her one for 10. ..----------
    s High Hat and The presentation of the trophy, --
    and a number of prizes for out- T -,-.< T I LasLomas
    that I voice the standing Individual performances UDe Ve rteuil Leads L a Cup
    iunds In wishing during the srries. will take place on /-'. .
    t seen the lapt of a date to be arrangol by th omn- In Elastern Chess ..riCK et Results
    ever, as far as inittee governing the competition. lla-
    rid.n^ __ F. W. De V.__uil. l,.__adin_ t It A bqau tlil t:tph%. has been do-
    fh V-n 1i.,, _iav % i.1di ,mu ~ilp


    1 Ill tt or III I r a nS i. th crKt-,
    Club for clihllreie a nito4 tile cri-.
    ket ten-cii.i In tie L A LonIms-S.
    HePllp-PMi'.1 paeta'
    Stee 1-- I)i',i. at taken pact In
    the niti ll i,'ii. acid keen nwl tcheAs
    are at111 otIl. for all tI e tea.ns
    arTe of ti'' .ou u fn ;r'ngth.
    Thi fi.- sliouind of the moatcsie.
    1it., irsii ''l h follo ws: United
    C.C. In1-' ,rl't'u won from Las
    L, ilnas A t'i irio on from Las
    Linrtas *H icirisep A' won (io!ni
    Malla iutf, t
    East St. Gcorge Football
    Associution to Mect
    Sunday lGunrdian Correspondent
    Tacru:.t';i. Jil', 15-A meeting of
    the E-! .. Iporu'ge Football As.so-
    ciation. will iake place at the Co-
    lonia l i.ii Building. Tunapuna at
    7.30 i)mi oiln 'Nesday night, when
    ent'irs for the forthlconming com-
    pe ii:u: will be closed. The start-
    ing dcl|t of the competition wiil be


    printer
    Ie Walk


    The 40-mile walking race from
    San Fernando to Port-of-Spain on
    Sunday, August 6, prominlses to be
    one of the grandest races ever
    held in this Colony.
    It is reported tilat Theophilus
    Nichols. Tobago sprinter, is con-
    centratin, all his efforts o the
    10-mile record, which is held by
    F. W. Ford; while Phil Hall, the
    Island Ward's long distance star,
    Is in new training for this 40-mile
    event.
    The .old timers are also in hard
    training, while the present-dav
    champions, Ache, Jackson, Murphy,
    X. Brown, Geo. Brown, Alfonso.
    Niles, Rousseau. Guishard and 16-
    vear-old Baptiste of Williamsville.
    will try to cop all tlhe lap and
    place prizes.
    Jake Davis, of running fame
    will attempt his first tryout at
    walking. The Police Force will be
    represented by Constable R,
    Ouerra, 1934 champion, Constable
    S. Guishard ami Constable I.
    Keith.
    Compettfors are reminded that
    entries close on July 26, ard must
    submit the names and addresses
    of tneir seconds.
    Further particulars can be had
    from Mr. Bertram Dufont. the
    hon. secretary, at 60 Oxfordi
    Street, Port-of-Spain.
    TRANQUILLITY SPORTS
    The Tranqulliltv boys will hold
    their annual sports at the Queen's
    Park Oval on Thursday. July 20.


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    Friendly Cricket at
    St. Joseph Today
    Northern Oriental (..C. will jour-
    ney to St Joseph to engage tiov-
    nmnenit Fanrm in a friendly cricket
    matci tiln tilpir griu()Ul., [4Ooa ,
    starting at 1.30 pin.
    Northern Oriental will be select-
    ed from the following.
    D. ktaixuoonaan ('apt,.. R. Bag-
    goo, G. Hanigoolain. a. Mohammfd.
    M. Hassann, R. Hoolas.ile. C. Ram-
    persad, M. Hosein, R. Maharsj, M.
    Rampersad, E. Swai tth, K. B.
    Singh and J. Bharat.
    Government Farm will play: P.
    Dominic, 0. Rampersad, J. Mohan-
    singh, L. Khan, C. Bruce, R. Charl-
    tar. C. Jones, L. Hill l:.i, M. I-.,z.tt.,
    R. Cassie, J. Khan, rf. Mohammed
    and R. P..illp.


    PNEUMONIA
    INFLAMMATION of the lung
    (Pneumonitis ) Bronchopneumonia,
    Lobar Pneumonia iCroupotius Pneu-
    monia, Lung Fever), Cronchopneu-
    monia is nearly always secondary
    to some other dispase.s ,is a compli-
    cation of measles, scarlet fever,
    whooping cough, Influenza, diplh-
    the',ia. and bronchitis. It. may also
    complicate BriRght's disease, ialvu-
    lar diseases Pf the heart, and all
    infactloux fevrra. It may al.so be
    roduced by drawing food partlcls
    to the lung, or by Inhalation of
    dust.
    Lobar Pneumon',i. The primary
    and indirect cause is diminished
    resistance, due to faulty innerva-
    tlon. Predisposing causes are ex-
    posure to cold. trauma amnd a pre-
    vious attack. The direct (tiuse is
    the mlcrococctus lanclolatus, or di-
    nlococcua pneumonia. Both these
    forms of pneumonia respond readily
    to Chlrooractic adjustments.
    DR. JAMES LOVELL, D.C.PhII.C.
    (U.S.A.) The Chiropractic Specialist
    At the Chiropractic Health Studio.
    Member, Anglo-West Indies Chiro-
    practic Asoc''tlon RegisRtered)
    71 Frederick street 'Phone 6524.


    the Eastern i -hci*- Club Chlall-
    piomiship tourneyv, which enters Its
    filial round toumorrov, night, at
    8 p.m., is picked to htave tle first
    engraving on the hebaustifil Ach-
    endorf Cup whilrh witll w ait. stake.
    In last week's gains,, D Ver-
    teiil won a well-conil eted duel
    from ( ieorge Sta'"f ird and iquali-
    fild I inseief for ,l'e liiil 'round.
    The player wiho chalks 1) two
    ronsectitive lien on this trophy
    will be winllh it outright
    Scores of the plai.crs to dalt e--
    Take 5 point.
    Playsd S'ore,
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    Borough of Son Fernando


    ARREARS OF
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    OWNERS OF PROPERTIES in
    San Fernando are hereby notifledl
    that in order to prevent their pro-
    perties from being put up for sale,
    all arrears of House and Water
    Rates.. and Electric Lightlng Loans,
    ut) to and m"cluding those for the
    year 1942. and charges, must be
    paid before 31st July, 1944

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    *fife imfUJYJIUSHT I ws ..SAft ,. _-a ,. i onS 0'e Mato9 We repair "true when Re-'Lane ond *3 O'Connor Etree tmmemato home ...." "e" vt t mournlna to lt. AxnnH Church thenceI-- _-B rS
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    -.- KEN t. _--gAis t A.. _ ... ... >..ol gr e lned' Work :lnnle L Moderat prica CORNIK LOT Third AV e Colum mving lef my homo on My I 19 4 tand I rank Scoot, lstar ot Mr. Bymnn --
    . . E .. . .... .. T pon 937.-- Y -July =riendelp VIll I"- u MONDEs.R.-weithrri y *t thm ('111o.1. In ac.n dance with Section 50.







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    n]lP] KXPR1NCBD GINB11ALb *I1VANT. l* | vO_8Wn ISDHHM ABHAOT, ".I rr .tl~nj [MARINE EQUIPMENT FrOn S*IF. PERTIES, _No. 3 and t rounl-;.P 'i"m no lengter responsible fur my w^e^ itn nder Funeral today at 4 lp.m .1n nl.ss'ol '.. .Roa "i01" ; ..-."-,111'"-LH
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    ERIN D O -G q R ,1 A ROft = s& : ANk RE TA RA T RXA2KD t. . %" .."bCae, Coon 1 90 sup. fadst vrit of ad THE PUBLIC is hereby, Notified that LI N G E OIG& &n (a i tr s Chars t ie Cabine t Buf f etl LTh e s a J
    1r t.4" ties of0 in) husband. Uook July and t Y A LT*UB CRIPTrlONo 'ed, lf T Bn s Con, BUt a Nd r- o I end Arrla n .... R T









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    Iu z -~ h le IRI m ea 7DeVeM14 3 Ine o opd DiTos .. o..."n".ev,. e nts dognsLa ; : i)O "' s, e alllee w ithle built that M ethueh~ d l e o dnd S~th A re our, w h db k .. . ... .. .. ... .. . ..
    *E^ tiRii in, ntt oH.-JOPlyCa RIEPAIRV TwO dhVinS aip Sp.cloo orrenpentn Marblt fNor stabs to" l.t hold myse lf o r e son ibeb or Tha t July 9. t, 12r a d S ite, 1ettens oru en in m O41 Morn.-i B
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    ~ otfba "o )6 fm 52 Of Sd$rJUY ession. 1tDuel Pot-t I. I 631114 P BICI S h ey noied h t UT H R n I\ g .
    fortaeed. A ,ol--lre It.d PROPS I0ze Ianl 21 jawitr' Irisr "lrnegf Rtnot All.ng tne Mavis D*._,, .-le ... Linen Chest.. .u Robe. leh d o by o ho* myel resLUConsih.-r Mul Y f hh r s.e Ahea rt L ichalf I Tr een Burnerp Dr SOWllN
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    (!~Iaeni a. lay Chicken Meshe Wire 3 ~.v. v Sheet Plainanonee









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    eo0 t somrt r n te. >n tilb, on ce Woirek guaranteely 18 ,IRNv LO T In Ov ed Georgt t ho Third fro m th-s hvn left m0 bow* c y 9won ManF n S t P O T
    IG X* P I,\MO' It I MASS UR HREDARNT, -ft'el Rod Mat avlD~JI,O'". w tang $25 s up f as, ut. FRNIdlISO ~s rakadMs.Sme.I
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    ?r *20 RAMLT ilI', HKAtLINC o1LL hya BAh road , ,1,,, Bt I.illtls Boeehoh Svla~e Julyei 24 AndN HI . Vrtil rH 1 1 ~in U~iao.la lxh Brel ''*_ _'i ( widow, df hter aos n e se f the lbls on Exen of o or A
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    to Sleepon r t l. M it BR M A R rt a reliable Br h p JH N SO O ull l 2Pord a l-,W ,l io l c l M oe f0. 00 B t h e AA E
    r. ..iPol .a Gal oROge) Chon, CPolley, 6, Im rays if >ppronatll for any debt orldebtslyC thl Pthence7to La, yr-----Cemetery.
    pot:i ril arm to I in I0 comtis Dal O'is I X131 t 12P1 J Q diin an sitn ro ms sp ciu s t car ndpoeto ie a R.1CHITdEC- t e ho r o a m a d 1
    quests rppoca ,Is forn _- Ina. ., ous r- If as FR DE IC ngRPX oirn e ary TransfeIr* A70 UXLA ; A-22 It LA NC for 6410 In "-K E -111 ,IIf2 hsd.l h E memory~ i to ardon awe n 2.E adio, two pJec-










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    s.oritm i tIaM teraryll nn B ton melk, wto tol( atnln apparatu P radat inf- r ared hJly eqipe | i thn Gir ey M otr. 4-yi nder. 1 4~< "'Oor. 034 Ro sirtgue M C R poito is- essenti alv K oaoryo 491J/4ll1. lI'C ospwr .WANTKbo TU ormaticin w a NAll~ and( that 21.df Iv"r Teai.Tr the' ayn dino I a ny. o-pthe way sypatiit sed, folwn tstal"u ns:-
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    T mtiMI nhl Li. *3w Ma rlni t q.r. . .o hrl h APRM N *t e lae emhe d r od Apt, Shop *nd OwllY AN OUNC MET E~u ole ,m Aenue r ascnde t~.-- J ulv 21. BAndr)those uh thnko a t m tord ayl-.g C FB"lS lGEC 10"yc blde(B
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    L dicK~ auet n joleli.:pan rtly f~ Is DeliMcinn ous ue on. a nrd Dinnersl IsKor.d Condlllona fthatt Pool@. Wor 'p r o~rd- P o f Cioo n viKathee He Sue,. SJ an tatIdoTitho~ld booted l Eni AgathaUI Armour who died
    t if, P 'n'ni".;'. Hilf.lrulin UEervrttlc nkll le rust.-Jtu'ly'i 2t 6 firlu*twnor p l:,1hr ..tlcyl:r ...... |[~':e B o~tafsn ,l Prpet WATD J.UN***IORrB~t m CnLSERK.i Addr.s theN VWSh Juor 19. large~~y P
    kXiT(IO PEKIN UCKSORNI NU rnwn Tn shitig@o tipwpe cia F rye e noeentstyree t# foorFr n e~e L st Coul. n ty of Nariva. 3 drin houses, m-A'at I n iyxl 22.omil Thot saye debt or sinhere I orse Large, for e TowetRion mut1 4mai
    I'ltk ii ft ml hlrn iingtfo Jord l l cusomr$ We so aertsenb -~l Bevx 570didt.IDbx eidne arcsali efete .cnrce v hr.s 'aig lf y Dy of md ess r st ill com o'ru, Igv t leatsvn ()ci~mdy A 11"11
    10 wrep~~~~~~~~~~LD InNTYIT Apppyy 1Josqotm.d- o PraJuyU MGZNK pB9RITOP 504 dition.ea 1,e milesg fro raiwa Tahay-le caeadpret sneJl .S tas(ootnfo
    JB tI i'trt n COCKT L 2.. .8 Reid Lane. I A---. .o..uOy, Me- i are CIO be m ad e t V5*.; Ws-mi s 1. Four Rads Her-loving son, husband adfam il e on. th day o fd -n
    Si a 9 -111. ONE 2 ReDOOM CONCRETE U I na no" longe r uO. t. .:" a*r car andc. pat dear lone this Mower
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    walr,ll ref s e re nc sTw ,.lt 8Iltn is andnta (laterM .Ab)t. 6UO Jlil 21.St:diBequck $1.,200. ,phone Alli or~etnts bOeio fo IVY L SF R A E
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    rxIrIOt c,~l ,Pa ~tlon ,--Juy do adnt o 41 i t e aAKTA ppy Men.n Carpenter ctniyne Apiy Box. A-130,ed -pp~y- JonquNE I 10%11 mhamory of o. n
    d u' r i. n o # 1 e m l e a.ApI R loDg a t NE R o un.dI fa r W xi t i lO U T T Y R a s Ph o n $ 03r R ETA L S T i i a . ... L IB t MN. - --J u$t re .U l T" f~ l t e P O E TYof r 1 6 b e4 K e r.reds G e~l oreTE % nU o p s e fr o m t i lifLe nw- t C u s i o n c o p e eDwANCI N
    f, y arli s ht S t re e t C SR t1 ..a.pa g p a & w h e r a te rs 6 1 111 Bo I A -2 0 G o ~ l n U i~ ~ f i m I f d ~o e s u S h r e t E tre e t "e a t e tJolv 2 2 9
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    D'EDUCT I N Lnl roInF~l 141`M% ...l 6 $I~ .. Vineenot esteetl~.- Eur,hedy p80 etre m t. p,' *ae -oa 'A' aupdn L14te ot DrE emonnthH and eals App ly: -Hi, s lovngmo.t h e ofaot hr nr,,t,.oh,-wer or h is i Din 't 9 f r e
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    dig~atn s oiu -111 16 A plov Ieea nniitnlng go (ve". R R A OR 11e 3d ose hltVX E .N E PALFcn y MAI, I~ s Ofeat. 7.-oted one goet-et .c F n GEC 0 lds n
    Bit*. 1, S599a .-.Julyul IN. I3 Mettueo A8trset Rental. Jui 19.8 An th i %, thin of hmoa
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    I~~ecee u or n etrl clli ent l~. Jl y ivl tlw tket -il July 1othy ALap~y Kern loue Buins .... ..perty-.-- plies InB ownE hand C Thig to POL B x YouI let beiO n d Rm brk nhat kA c i. o e Cl h s--
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    Cla 'mhrldee ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Frehl Inm~nIo C!uv| '' .odtin GOOD CIIN9E gooda bathing, fr,,o,_ OfOl~ a~ loe one~ ton to rest.py E .PwlU..,.m- iLa 'el .-
    LVE TOCK FOR SAL irateE Jully IN, a:IP]N N., Supe M-t, G0 H ouse Wothng weear. Ardel thos w holoved Oher bent a nd monig orSae
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    t-nea 'y 6NE' ,I', YEARLIN VIL h)' Sahs etLctr~ rnd itwn 1tyso Clarinet j~elI ASD etu eHis lovingB IIIIIII IIHH widow Ting ,---r nd
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    s e ae p t t s 7 u i drowj OV ID A 1.8tYtr bo." lon e8 t et. JOHN, 0.N TYSON,. -d Ser d spring.J y U 1 111 Tablei, --- e.s
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    .....N Tw ,oomvmo iWe'st KitchenlOlt Ag"ots Fix Aultaft Houl ICAC. Lan Jul islANO ACCORDION,' full N in oi cat B ean, ()Offe ;Ro _
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    to L orTrm"30 *calLon. ft`0S feji --Vuly -July 31 man 1July It 0. TWO.




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