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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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2,000 US. Bombers
Strike From Britain
And Italy

aDeON, July 17 (AP)-The
Launched Allied air offensive
st the Germans,' "second line"
unications reached its peak
ae 2,000 American heavy
e and fighters struck from
Sand Italy at bridges and
Srail targets in the great arc
SParis and southern France.
Mt of the Fortresses and Lib-
dflying from Britain In force
Sfifth time In seven days.
I into task forces to spread
M in the enemy's supply routes
beir deepest penetration of the
ignto isolate the Normandy
g one.
e rest of them, however, re-
i the fight against the robot
tI W attacking supply dumps
.ying bombs at Rilly La Mon-
ie, about sevev miles south of
us, the third storage point for
Winged projectiles to be hit by
id heavy bombers
stresses and Liberators attacked
It bomb launching platforms in
de Calais area late in the day,
ng visually as Id earlier as-
Its. Mustangs escorted them.
Bed'bombers hammered at rail-
a yrds at Belfort, near the
Ch-SWiss-German border only
ies from Basle and more than
en bridges at various points
the Loire. south of Paris, over
* Yonne River, southeast of
1, the Allette River, southeast
aiens, the Somme River east
ens and elsewhere in north-
le weather was clear but the
tin 'p''nes were not seen.
auders and Haver left a huge
e storage point at Rennes
a smaller one at Bruz, south-
t of Rennes. af',me.
;A.P. Lancasters also struck
iary Installqtlons In northern
pee this afternoon -Dresumablv
launchln' site or other target
nested with flying bombs. All
bombers and escorting Spitfires
Core flying bombs landed hn
don And other southern sectors
hngland at intervals throuibout
day causing damage and casual-

Nazis Downed
Vienna Raid
OM u,. uly 17 (AP)-Tt was om-
need that 15th Air Fo-ce flitht-
planes shot dho 21 of 44 ene-
1 7t d~-ine *'a
H P ~the rienna
k^ 'wa b^'aothr M-"xer-
Scrashed as tla'v colllmod
,vs 1 m'noeuvres to escape

French Fugitives
d At Moruga
d Guardian Correspondent.
SFERNANDO, July 17 I&.
first war-time sanomg of fugl-
from the French penal set-
t at Cayenne, seven care-
hungry men Henri Ducrr,
inad Uhamberlan, 41; Prud-
ne Arlain, 43; Eugene Lehudle,
Roger Oulard, 42; Von Lou-
S37, and Phllip Paolini, 37;
ed ashore from their small
boat at La Lune Eay, Mo-
yesterday afternoon.
SC.I.D. men who took them
large they' told a story of a
bid for freedom that took
Son a hazardous journey be-
the confinms of the dreaded
ent, through dangerous
and out on the ocean with
ted supp:y of rations but a
'sore of courage and determi-
voting a course that they
Should lead them to a South
can country where their safe-
Uld be assured, the seven men
Into faul weather, exhausted
rations and were forced to
M their plans and head for
My were taken to the city to-
under C.I.D. escort.

Ilway Without
S. Personnel
Unite States personnel con-
withoLie Trinidad overn-
#Uway have been withdrawn
many supervisory pots that
en held by N.C.O's. to 0e
the. "Trillkcr Guardi>"n'
?f of the reduction in super-
it is learnt, are being met
officers of the department
C lose attention to deiall.
Railway authorities are re-
however, experiencing dif-
In filling positions of shop
rendered vacant by the
wal of u.s. non-oomnuij-
40lOeu Rsisoa for thete df.
13I Stated, Is that sajtable
have not been fortheom.
"tnding comprehensive
S the Trinldad Guardian"
dInd US. authorities have
all their locomotives
I-44ce with the Trinidad
t Railway. The vehi-
is learned, will be used only
of necessity.
Withdrawn are box carl
they U.S. authorities are put-
%i their own use, but it is
that 20 fiat cars are stUi on
10 the T.OGR. for ballast



(ussians Retake Polotsk

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A Russian gui crew which took part in the liberation of Polotsk,
on JUly 7 from the Germans, walks through the deserted streets of
the shell-wrecked town. Photo radioed from Moscow to New
York and thence by 'plane to Trinidad.-(AP radlophoto.)

Hitler Trying For Full
Control Of Nazi Army
PRANCE, July 17 (CPL.-It
was learned that Hitler is
making a strong effort to gain
political, as well as military
control of the German army.
with the appointment cf politi-
cal Commissars, whose duties
will be to doctrlnate the troop.
with theories of National So-
cialism, and to suppress dis-
content wiLh the Nazi regime
on the course of the war.
Under the plan now opera-
tive every company command-
er must become not only the
military leader In the field, but
also the instructor responsible
to the Commissar for the .ndoc-
trinlsation of his troops in


To Wallace


CHICAGO, July 17 (AP) In the
tightening race lor the democratic
United States vice-presidential
nomination, James F. Byrnes, War
Mobilisation Director, pulled up to
a tlc'Ilenging position alongside
Vice-President Wallace and Sena-
tor Alben Barkley, President Roost.
velt in a letter today expressed his
personal preference for Mr. Wal-
lace, but stressed that he did not
wish to impose his will on the con-
v nilon.
Wallace's backers, who once listed
Supreme Court Justice, Will',.ir.
Douglas, as the man to be,:t, nov
openly concede that Byrnes anct
Barlaev bear the closest watching.
Byrnes is represented as beine
determined to keep his name out of
the fight and allow It to be submit-
ted to the convention only if he IU
certain he has the 589 votes needed
to nominate. The rank and file
delegates to the convention which
opens on Wednesday to hand the
Fourth Term nomination to Presi-
dent Roosevelt ore not discounting
the possibility that Senator Harry
Byrd of Virginia or some other may
make a strong impression of the
convention. Opposition to Wallace
has been focused largely In the
south where general demands hIve
arisen for a Southerner o" the t,'--
et. Some of the demands are be-
cominr more soecinc ard some now
mention Byrnes as their man.

U.S. Pacific Fleet
Attacks Guam
WASHINGTON, July 17 (AP).---
A Pacific Fleet Pre5s release tonight
said that gun emplacements and
other defence installations on
QGu'In Iland ,n the Marianas were
heavily shelled by US. warships.
The release added that Param Is-
land In Truk Atoll was attacked by
Seventh Army Air Force Libera-
tors and hits were obtained on
anti-aircraft positions. Approxi-
mately 10 enemy fighters attempted
interception, dropping bombs from
above our formations. These bombs
were ineffective, but one Liberator
received minor damage from ma-
ctine-gun fire.

pport Grows As
ive Nears Close
the "Guardian" campaign to
a better water supply for the
drew near lI, close, te flow of
ns, vouching support $or the
to seek Government interven.
lMnttluE unabated the water
i aon meawhihe showing no
Me sign of Improvement.
Igtd to channel the spate of
aits, received daily from
hit city dwellers, into a pipe-
eading direct to Government,
campaign which opened two
a ago, closes on Thursday,
ing the three remaining days
lose who have not yet turned
upons and who wish to utilise
opportunity offered to stir Gov-
mant into action in this vltil
r, are Invited to cut out the
n below, fill it up and for-
It to the "Trinidad Guardian"


"m' onvinced that the long-standing menace to public health
te scurty of life and property in Port-of-Spain have now reached
t which makes it lnpera'ive for the Government to take 3ver
Idr upp from the City CounclU and provide an adequate and
sbie Sierice.
i e to m lnaturo* n ud i support of petition
Sovernement to take this action Immtedartelfy.
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.,............................. (District.)


In St. Vincent

Estate Suit
TrInidad Guardian Correspondent.
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, July
17--His Honour Clement Malone.
Chief Justice of the Windward Is-
lands and Leeward Islands, on &s t-
urday, delivered Judgment for Mr.
Frederick Augustine Casson, the
defendant, in the suit in which
Mrs. Hilda Richards, representing
the estate of D. A. Richards and
Hilda Richards, sought to hive set
aside certain agreements on the
grounds that they were, inter alia.
illegal, harsh, unconscionable and
Judgment also went for Mr.
Casson on his counterclaim in the
sum of approximately $100,000 wiutl
costs and he obtained a declara-
tion thtt the crop lien impeached
by Mrs. Richards created a good
and effective charge on her lands
subject to the rights of prior en-
The Hon'ble L. C. Hannays, K.C.,
senior counsel for Mrs. Richards,
,ipplled for and obtained a stay of
execution for three weeks pending
an appeal.
Mrs. Richards had contended
that certain commissions and pro-
flts received by Mr. Casson for the
sale ,ind re-sale of produce from
her estates should be regarded as
interest and these amounts, when
added to interest charged op loas
bv W, Camon to hr estate. -
grgte' a.VWt '-of more than 11I
per cent per annum .the mximm
amount chargeable In moieylend-
um transactions.
Mr. Casson, denying the illegality
and usury, counter-claimed for
nearly $120,000 due under the agree
mnnts and as breach of contract.

The Chief Justice reserve Judg-
ment in the case of malicious pro-
secution and conspiracy brought. by
Mrs. Richards against Mr. Caaon
following the arrieMt and prosecu-
tion of herself ad her tolteh bus-
band for brecah of the Agricltur-
al Advances Law In 1941.
In a closing address on Saturday
that lasted five hours, Mf. Hannays
stressed that there m, s clear evi-
dence that the prosecutions of Mrs.
Richards, summary and indictable,
were instituted in 1941 maliciously
and unreasonably. It was also
clear, he contended, that there %vis
conspiracy between Mr. Casson ond
Mr. F. M. Henry. of Grenada, his
co.-n sel, to extort payment of the
debt from Mrs. Richards knowing
that she disputed that it was bona
Mr. Hanriys referred to Sir Len-
nox O'Reilly's comments about Mr.
R. A. Nedd, the magistrate, as Im-
pertinent and a gross insi It to a
young man who then held and still
holds judicial office under the
He maintained that there .vis an
implied agreement between the
parties in August 1940, that the
punitive section of the Agricultural
Acdvances Ordinance was not to ap-
ply. Obviously, he said, there was
no foundation for the .prosecution
of Mrs. Richirds Who, consequently,
was entitled to substantial dam-
ages for a grievous wrong.
Appearing with Mr. Hannays for
Mrs. Richards was Mr. 0. W. Forde
ins' ructed by Mr. J. A. Procope, and
with Sir Lennox O'Reilly, for Mr.
Carson. Mr. S. 0. Dasent and Mr
Dents M. Henry.

Hitler's Brown

House Hit Again
STOCKHOLM., )u:y 17 (AP) --
Three Swedish eye-witaeses., who
returned from Munich today, said
that Hitler's Brown Hotue, formerly
reported destroyed, was hit again
in recent Allied raids, and almost
completely destroyed.
Of the city's normal W8.000 popu-
lation, 6.000 to' 89W are reported s
killed in the first three raids O'one
and another 100,000 made homeless.
Evacuation of the city Is diffi-
cult because the railroads are tan-
gled and the street car system
One Swede said; "The roads south
of Munich are packed with refugees
r counted more than G0 big ires
particularly near the rafls ay station
and in the Oberwiesenfeld area
where the airport and robot bomb
factory are located."
Puatlipalast near the rail station
was burned out. Headquarters Toft
(Army Engineer service) and a
s-hool for Nag leaders were also
xt on fire. Reoorts were prevalent
that Hoftbrau Kel-'. bnoe the fa-
vourite form for Hitler's speeches
was burned out.

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Soviets Fight On Reich Approaches

As Allies Push Back Nazi Defenders

On Battlefields In France And Italy


i T1| *"Nazi Defeat Likely o m l

Arno River This Year" Says Monty mm ls
. ... v ----- v --LONDON, Ju'y 17 (AP) ~ a Ax m h I
General Montgomery, in a I
Stroadcast from Normandy to- m| Iracked
C rTossed day declared that the defeat i1 |eUL I
ji.U ICU ^of Oermany this year h "quite l1 I U
------- Sir Bernard recaill:d that i --- --
New Bridgeheads On had tald his officers on the eve British And Americans
New Brideh d n of 'D-Day' that Germany could
Italian Front Hem In be knocked out this year. and Make Gains In Bitter
Ger m ,added: "I still hold to that. I
Germans believe that is quite li..ely-out Normandy Battles
of war this year. Things are
By NOLAND NORGAARD going wry well, gcaerally speak- By JAMES LONG
ROME, July 17 (AP) Allied ing. Great victories on the SUPREME HEADQUARTERS
Russian frontstroops have stormed with immense A L L I E D EXPEITIONAR
troops have stormed across numbers of Germans being FORCES. July 17 (AP). The
Arno River which flows through written off, are very excellent." Americans stormed into St. Lo
Florence, putting behind them a -....- early this morning and the bri
Forncide pti b rie bo t tish fought their way into Evrecy
considerable barrier before the B i. l cracking open two of the strongest
German Oo',hic Line across Italy. lLl rS points in Rommel's Normandy
The Arno is a natural moat 400 c LineIn bitter house to housf
feet w.ue at place aniU believed t Fo rP c St Lo' t i
have been fortified on the north L 1 4 I breached in the s. venth day of th
bank during the German retreat re leentless Amen-- y
f.'om Rome. It flows in deep gor. -T his acan &" 'saut and
ges north of captured Arezzo, lior- 1 E Kvrecy was pene-
ence anal Pisa, where It meets the t(rated on the
sea. u s e c o n d day
An official source said the swift CANEERRA, July 17 iReuter) of Montgomery's
advance of tanks and infantry When the Australian FeleraL Par- n e w offensive ,
irom Arezzo so surprised the enemy lament reopened here today Mr. w which gained ,"mW
that the British captured the John Curtin, the Prime Ministcr, steadly in power 1
bridge intact along with German to d representatives about his re- over a nine-mrnile ,-
engineers waiting to destroy it. cent talks in London with Mr. Win- front. Even while
South African armoureo troops ston Churchill, the Britlsni Prime the battle for j
and British guardsmen made an- Minister and the War Cabinet on E v r a c y thun-
other advance several thousand the conouct of the war against dered toward a
yards in another sector. Japan. climax, the Bri-
Many German troops are hemmed Mr. Curtin said there was gen- tish swept pasSt Lieut.,Oen. aradley
In by the capture of these cross- .eri agreement on the part to be the town to the southeast and
logs and hard fighting Is still in played by the fighting forces of rolled up the Nazi defences all the
way back toward Villdre Becage
progress arou.id the new bridge- both Australia and the Moti. along the flank which Montgomerd
head. A general advance has been Country. He said he had gone gmust clear to gain elbow room for
made along the whole front but into the question of the part to oe a breakthrough across the Orne.
strong German rests.ance is ex- played by United Kingdom for,:"s The whole powerful Allie
pected along the line of the Arno very thoiough.y with Mr. Church:l1 bridgehead Is so cramped that one
to the sea and thus further pro- and that large and powerful tortes American officer commented: "it
grass through the mountains be- from Great Bribain would be avail- Is like trying a swinging knock
tween Arezzo, and Florence may able this year. out punch inside a telephone
be expected to be hard-fought and The full transfer of the British booth." But on both flanks thi
difficult, main effort wou:d have to await the Allies are gaining room to slug.
defeat of German-, but the plan- Lessay, western anchor front
POSITION SUMoMARISED ng of the whole .ish effort which the Germans will be
The territorial gains both on the agams, Japan waIeIng vigorously forced to fall back as far as Cou
I fth and 3 ghth Army fronts in pursued. T" tances, was almost in American
the past three weeks are rflativwy MC. Curtin told the Fedzral Par- hands. Patrols crossed the Ay
slight but the Allied coqmmd na t that M,:. Churchill summed penetrated the outskirts and part
could view with satistacion the UP the attitude tt. atV ly movi flanked the towr to the east bu
continued progress of Its avowed doim in these--ords" t are moving warily sitess rea.l
sUin of compel ing the Oermans to we might have to egite in a li Amernea|li;dLsM' llrietl
Am rK 616,10 6led L os M illieriem
commit forces to be destroyed. On way, we intend to put all our for- two miles due north from Perlers.
the basis of latest t .clai reoJts ces into that strugg' to which we IA B.B.C. reporter speaking
the frontline situation is as fol- are pledged by honour and fasten- from this front tonight strcased
"ows: West coast sector- Ameri- ed by interest." the utterly determined na'ure o
cans driving along Highway I, the German resistance. Rober
reached Mount Tenera within four Dunnett says the battle i
miles of the centre of Livorno yes- lC close-in cne, man for mat;
terday. Monte Maggiore four and 1usnre against some of the enemy's beat
a half miles .3uthwest of the har- parachute Infantry wilh both
hour was also won yesterday and s, Lnides using bayonets, grenades
advance units from these vantage B l w I p land the automatic weapons eo
points are pushing towards the modern warfare. In addition,
outskirts of the town. the Germans areputting up e
S valley sector: Campaioli, five KANDY, July 17 (Reuter)-On of their heaviest shell-ire of any
and a half miles from Arno and the India-Burma front 14th Army iPLaASe TURN TO PAOG I COL. 01
18 ml:es tast of Livorno (Lghorn) troops have crushed Japanese re-_ ,___________
but the Americans finally beat off main Allied base of Imghal. The 'R r hin
German tank counter-attacks, re- bit strongpoint base beyond the R U use S p
gained lost ground and went on. village has bee holding up the C ck N i Block de
Poggibonsi sector: The Allied AI'ied advance. Yestc-day morn- iCrackNazl ockade
Command conceded enemy counter- Ing artillery punched these de-
attacks at Pogglbonsi, 25 miles fences with 9,000 shells and when LONDON, July 17 (Reuter) -
southeast of Campanoll. the Ghu'kas storme, in they After a brak of 3'1 years it is
Arezzo sector: The British, found practically no opposition. now revea't that the Red Duster
with the aid of Italian partisans. This suocers c ears the way for P of the Brit'sh Merchant Navy has
are fannng out north and west of move on the main south road run- again been flying proudly in Swed-
Arezzo in pursuit of the retreating ning d3wn to the Burma border, ish ports. In fact, for months past
Germans. Deeper in the mountains, the pur- Torltish ships have been cracking
Tiber sector: British patrols suit of the Japanese towards the the German blockade with a shut-
chased the enemy from Pietralun- Burma border goes on. British tie. service from the North Sea to
ga, 28 miles east of Arezzo. troops have shot up one Japanes: Sweden.
Eastern Appenni-e sector: Eighth fo'ce in a clash 20 miles from Ukh- This means negotiating the dan-
Army troops are at the outskirts of rul. gerous waters off German-occupied
Fatrlano. 25 mlaes to the southeast. At Myltkylna In north Pirma, the Norwav and Denmark. They run
Pietralunga sector: The front hs siege continues. On the flank the the risk of the German guns to
stationary some seven miles south Chindits have pushed the Japanes! bring back precious cargoes and
of Ancona. Thi Polis repulsed aback down the railway that links fetch manufactured goods which
counter-attack on Lavil.a. Myitkyina through the British base are urgently wanted. Sometimes
(Vaughan Thomas, B.B.C. re- at Mogaung with Mandalay. The they bring passengers. When they
porter, said in a cable tonight: Chindlts stormed a hill near the reach port the British flag is
"It cannot t% long efor, leg- line below Mogaung. cheered. Only one ship failed to
horn Is ours. Refugees told him get through, the Master Standfast
we wont find the port in ser- 15,000 Japm Killed whch wg intercepterd by S rman
viceable state as Germln demo- in India Fighting surfa craft. Her captain lost
lltions and our own bnm:)s hLave his life. Other ship, the Gay
done a thorough Job. KANDY, July17 (AP '-Ralsed by Corsair, the Gay 'Iking, the None-
"Our Mediterranean Air Fores 4,500 the number of Japarnese kill- such and the Hopewsll suffered
yesterday made about 00 fiights ed in the India fighting since the neither damage nor casualties.

clu g ; nigh attackg ---- on ane
including a night attack on an enemy first met there was brought These shtps were specially built
oil refinery in Yugoslavia ir to the new toll of 1500. A corn- for the job last year. They are
e Olgrade. There was also a day- munique reported the Allied capture small fast. with powerful diesel
light attack in the Vienna area of Nigthoukhong Kha Khunou vil- engines and well-armed. The flr.t
of Austria arig raids on larqeL, flage, five miles south of Bishenpur, one met out on its great mission
in the south of France.") and an enemy strongpzint. last autumn. It is a dangerous
passage, needing bluff end iuck a
well as firet-class seamanhli'p. The
crews of 20 each are all highly
$6,46 ChanAges Hands trained, all volunteers and very
young. Even the masters are never
more than 40.
Comfort on board has to give way
i-to cargo space and the men me&-
sure their own quarters by inAlr'.
4 Each little ship carries two p'(-
Itures, signifiantly chosen. One Is
wof Mr. Churchill and the other of
Sir Francis Drake.

Envoy Says Japs
Ready For Peace
ROME, July 17 (AP)--iplomatie
reports said today that Xcsi dare-
da, th Ja$p1nes Ambassador to
pan's remaine for pece'- on ecr-
rain eoillos at an audien with
the Pope on Saturday.

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Red Army Makes

'On To Konigsberg'

Its Battle Cry

LONDON. July 17 tAP) The Red Army, flushed with continu-
Ing victorkis, nwade "On to Kon:gsberg" its battle cry as It advanced
westward within 40 miles of East Prussia's original boundaries &nd
drove powerfully into the outer approaches of the big Oeiman for-
tresses of Blaly.,tok and Brest-Lit orsk in the heart of Old Poland.
(Reuter said the Russians w.re reported less than 30 miles from
F`'est-Litovs' ,.
The Soviet communique an- -- ... -
nounced the steady expansion of more than 12 miles from the
the bridgeheads wez. of the Nic- city to the southeast.
men River below Kaunas, in U.- With the capture of Kaunas the
thuania, the capture of outpost Russians would be able to stike
towns within 38 and 39 ml es of straight for Konlgsberg. Vital too
Brest-Litovsk and Blalystok res- is the coiling campaign to strangle
pectively. The Russians approach- the Germans in the DaugavpilS
ed to within seven miles east of area and swing toward Riga. KaU-
the Latvian frontiers with the nas is already under Russian shell-
capture of Osevaya. Over 410 fire and Daugavpils likewise Is in
towns and vlhages wnre captured a sorry plight as the Red Army
in Monday's drives, closes in.
The Germans, meanwhile, say
Heinz Megerlein, German war thty are thrown, in more end
orrespondet, broadcasting frommore troops south of rodno and
the Eastern Front, said: "Since north of that town which again
north oft tgf rhat tow wfchag
ear'y this afternoon street fighting is In Russian hands. Nazi forces
has been raging in e hotly con- were said to be counter-attacking
tested town of Bel," Belz I5 n6 savagely.
miles southwest of Kowel and Co'onel Ernst Von Hamm-r. Nazi
Luc!- and 35 miles north of Lwow. radio commentator, said: "Battles
Moscow radio declared Russian are approaching in the Upper
troops were fighting on the ap- Prut areas west of Tarnapol and
preaches to East Prussia while in west of Luck. The Russians brought
Berlin a military spokesman said un new rlfe divisions yesterday.
heavy Soviet attacks from the Tar- Major attacks were carried out
napol and Luck areas toward Lwow mainly with tanks which had beel
-yveloped into a real offensive, heavily reinforced in order to
Previously the Russians had been achieve a break thronvh toward
reported within 40 45 miles of Lwow as soon as possible."
the original Reich frontier but Von Hamiper admitted the Oer-
late Moscow despatches said in mans on the northern flank of
some sectors advance units were the southern front had "take
rauch nearer, their lines back at points where
The Germans brought up fresh Sovet pessure was otaotA I straight frp. the Retch
to mike a d n'll ltCt" W. .
the Soviets say the y ar smasHnl Fron East
these reinforcements as they have
beaten all the other Nazis they NEW YORK, July 17 (AP) -
fought since June 23. The British radio said that Alfredo
As part of their drive for Ger- Rosenberg, Nazi leader, was "put
man territory the Russian airmen, In charge of the immediate evacu-
flying from forward bases, attack- action of part of East Prussia."
ed an Industrial centre in East _
P.,ussa. The enemy was so our- uermn Prrisoners
priced he oOuld not shoot. The March Throjufgh Mocow
sweep toward last Prussia linked
with vast encirclement schemes In LONDON, July It (Reuter) -
the Baltic States, a push toward German soldiers 57.000 of ,Jben
Warsaw and not yet well-deflned today marched through the emtO
operations t the south which the of Moscom All were prisoMner
Germans call Zhukov's long await- rounded up in the Soviet summer
ed big offeandive an concerning offensive on the central front.
which Moscow wlthhl'ds comment. Thousands of Moscow people
A battle for five cities Kau- paused from their work to watch
nas, Daugavpils, Pskov, Bialystok, this strange parade as the Oer-
and Brest-Lltovsk is going ex- mans streamed through on their
tremely favourably for the Russians way to prison camps. There were
who tighten the squeeze hourly, no demonstrations. Orders from
First to fall doubtless will be the Kremlin on this point wern
Kaunas for the Pussians are not 'oyally obeyed.







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prvedTninekeepi S hown Police N.C.O. PricesTowl
SJune Psenger Trains Leaving For Prieet's6
Bahamas Post / A aa" '
S~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ heytpoertU^tgotpsi ri*wt BB ll"Uli 6&~ Indicating awareness of the Inl
Mt e O pe ios rprf.am t 'matAEfour tIs 0 .elos ei t of t h Corlony. a large
)a the TO.JL f or Ju In ed MO ough UM to sa. Aceeitafh by His xollme1cy t1e gave enthusiastic acceptance to a
,IbBm Aing o fwU Nf th f t U *t iornaB last week by Mr. P. L Ferdinand.
J At -. is mad that oftgt.-I r 0. P. Wmetworth 01 The teachers who had asaemblel
S eass ea v.t rhXda and Tobag police to hear a progtmre port on the re-
san IWOdaat aad n noticed n POs* sdrscentactivities of the Ui on%'execu-
repeated ine alr Ina'thetive and to make arrsngeme:tS
I &r a mra ve l Inn e d a few days ago. both for the Union'a Silver Jubileel
rUtt usifhcc5 'i"e reigation celebrations in October an tfor tie
M 0 a remain i y," 0.akes ff aS forthcomln, elections praised the
t( t ins: e ver W- #M July withh preld t for his concise vrn.mary
T Tu-,tig rviaTi hssreultdt in a tulty i of ter aJms and ideals and
bonthgIa d ( *S3i t 1 t u O f full adherence to the
U JUU&U~~~~lU -*'^ ~~ward and Jinwardm goods. IN H ^ ^ lcd pninceo, .
pr sd to p a good depot at of 715 per an, stressing the Importance of .ood
+:~~o .$735f .25 er an-
,n Air yt the whvs. and alterations have UM bei paid felloWship, maintenance of profes-
b -. nud to abed for th is he ert.a-Major atonal prestige aN dignity, con-
Zile arg" rsclentious discharge of dute and
Trinda a w krpo. This should prove a who leaves the espontlos diichi r e of duties and
sprrid Io tiof b Unttai PUt help to shipped t out- 3 oony shortly to crrpoibllltlei. pr:oUon of extra-
thl hi lfora~tlon wtEL-S1t m il handlg small con- y akeUPan a-n curricular ftlvleti i In the inter-
4m, t siforiation 01 s inments ha ntherto have Ake up an aP- eat of the community and the
t ln en to Port-of-Spain ts whch hthro have- .)ointment as In- adoption of ihe highest Ideals in
"One of ths M t een I ken to Port-of-Spain ti- i Aructor to the the execution of the daily tasks,
tlee rforI ItPoT lm. Itomprove-sta.. .....,n.ImTamas Pollce the 'credo' declares:-
fMrau. toI s tation ore
!to W i.wft t tenowg -d Sergt.-Major Wentworths who THE CRKEDO' OF TEACHERS
4a1t1'ial Adisoes, &A ; ~(Pe.'o anI w dacdIS 53, has given 31 yasservice In
r, (V,,an,, : ,Is welleo, ,.vanced.
1 behalf of all the boys, and thealterations to the track the Police Forc, He enlisted In "' shall be of the greatest ser-
hie stated that they are n '* to enable It to be brought into 1913 and served in every depart- vice by being closely united to my
gath and are prepared 5om sc use Immedlately It is completed, meant of the Force, being engaged fellow-teachers, constructively con-
thatever comes. are beteg carried out siuul- forthe first seven years in te ferring with them on matters of
S"Upon their arrival ty had', a tanously. clerical department and the follow- common .ood, sharing counsel
a tgwelcome and were met by "All terminal stations and June- ing three at the military depart- with them in ar atmosphere of
mA.f. bands, representatives of the tons have now been fitted with ment. St. James. He was for three goodwill, sincerely rejoicing tn
Air Ministry, and a high-ranking Improved serstatry conveniences yt.,rs instructor st the Police their successes, sympathising with
aval officer who 'gave,':.hm a and sewera Installations. A Training School where not only re- them In their misfortunes, ind by
wvely address and wel"caa -I number of Intermediate stations crulta were trained, but also trained d-ing all I possibly can to
, "It seems that when the '*0ua have also been changed. It is members up to the rank of station- strengthen the o3nds of fruitful
Volunteers first arrived in-'iWn.ie proposed to carry the scheme sergoint, got refresher courses upon fellowship, so necessary .o0 any
either was very cold, but the right through and rea**. tJe old which their subsequent promotions professional or fraternal group.
lilets are good, the eating and insanitary bucket systllos from were based. "I shall comport myself In such
ileeping accommodation are good, all stations., Sergeant-Major Wentworth first a manner as will entitle me to the
we have a fine group of officers who "Electric lighting has been In- became an N.C.O. In 1920 and con- highest confidence: my every word
art trying to make things as com- stalled at all terminal stations tinted to receive promotion until and deed must net only reflect
ftrtable for us as they possibly and at Jerningham Junction. last year when he was elevated to credit on my confreres and myself,
can.' St nations along the T.E.B. power his present rank. He was awarded but must also contribute to the
"Many types of recreation are be- lines have been connected to the the Police Mecil last year for mier- prestige and dignity of the teach-
providpresgeand dignity of the teach-
in Provided and,- according to Mr. mains." torlous service, in& profession of which I am
Stirling's inirmant a football Progress Is reported o the Tribute to his work as police proud to be a member, not for
match was arranged between garage and repair depot for buses prosecutor and his service as a whole what I can get from it, but for
elevens selected from British Gui. at San Ferrando which it is re- in the Force was paid in the Second what I nan give to it.
na and Trinieltd airmen. Trini- veiled is urgently needed for Magistrate's Court recently by Mr. "I shall at all times remember
appears to have lost by two maintaining services in the South
oals to one. as the present garage with c. Gasston Johnston. K.C., Mr. Llewtl-th:t by becoming a teacher I have
- "The boys have received a visit commodation for only vtx vt.hlcles lyn Roberts and Mr. A. J. Hamil-aessum the duty- the most sacred
m representative of the Coloni. is inadequate for the expanded ton, the presiding magistmtte. that can be given to men and wo-
Office. who Assured them trt services e. Sergeant-Major Wentworth was men-of fashioning the destinies of
flossie.w assuisne wld th bem u NerHLNces the guest of honour at a dinner the rising generation upon whose
I Place tible aistance would be NEW PHONE YTEM given bv the San Juan Athletic and shoulders the mantle of future re-
flaced At thfir disposal. They have
Iso been placed in contact with As regards the new 'clohione Recreation Club last Saturday responsibility will fall. I shall be
the West India Committee. which system it is reported:- night at which Mr. Percy Eldwin, ever mindful of the fact that there
has promised to help in repird to "The P.B.X at Port-of.-Spain chief clerk In the Town Clerk's of- is no one who can do as much '!,st-
aalls and orrespondence has been completed and i in fice, presided, ing harm, to so many, and with so
"It seemsthat some of the mar- 1 Odperation. All Inter-dep'itmental 4 little effort as the tepid or indlf-
ied members were anxious about telephones within Port-of-Spain Gra it j e j ferent teacher. I firmly believe that
their mvMes andw allies as tey ~yarns. are connected up. but trunk GratitudeEX reSSed by my manner of manipulating
heir rives and families aan ttheyr lines to out-stations and to the plastic infancy of the present I am
uhad not th en received any letters, Trinidad Consolidated Tele- F Tobacco Fund definitely rriking or marring so-
ondltlo this wnas probably due to r phones' exchange have not yet 1O 1 clety for the future.
Oondltlons, anda fit ar a ran bebeen connected. r T F "I shall, therefore, acquit and
Ascertained, mails from Trinidad "The underground cable from Sincerest gratitude for the en- equip myself so that I can be fac-
must snce have been received." Curepe to Port-of-Spaln P.B.X erosity of Trinidadians who have tor of the highest good. I shall
Right stated thrat 2.000e trut w has been laid for more than half piled up an additional 1251.94 in keep abreast of the most modern
ight stated tht .00 ethe distance. The overhead llne% contributions towards the Over- keas n education utilsing exper-
centlv arrived In England from to Sangre Grand" have been In- seas League Tobacco Fund has ideas in education, utilizing exper-
ihe West Tndics are now in train- stalled and work is progressing been expressed by Mrs. E. J. Wil- rnce gained in perfecting my pro-
nrt as motor mechanics, radio ex satisfactorily on the San Fer- cox, executive secretary for the fessiot ,l technique so that I shall
perts, and clerks, nando line." league in London, In a letter to be better able to guide the unfold-
-- Contlnulrng, In reference to the Mr. Edward Onmer, of Messrs. 0. F. ment of those whom Providence
track Ani watering points, the Huggins and CD., Ltd.. Port.of: has committed to mv care.
New Pay System report adds: Spain, acknowledging receipt of "I shall not cqifine my entire
"The work of draining and .Another "splendid donation" from attention to the work of my school,
bSitr Gallastin the track l prceeding,Trinidad. but shall use some of my leisure in
balasting the track 1o proceeding, Trinidad. vements or activities
For Sanitary Gangs despite heavy weather. The re- Latest acknowledged receipt, listing moveme s oal s
Asrn tthsults of the Work done are Bs- Mrs. Wilcox writes will provide calculated to ensure Social pro-
Assurance that the system of factory, as the completed track over 52,450 extra smokes for the perity, harmony, stability and en-
paying sanitary labour gangs has has not been adversely affected by fighting men of the Allied Nations, llghtenment.
been revised and the wages of la- the recent rains. "In each package of cigarettes," "I s1,1li always endeavour, in the
bourerswere no longer paid by the "The abutments of eight bridges a league report states, "a rep.y execution of my duties, to be motl-
Health Dertrtment was made by that failed under the extraordinary postcard, is enclosed ready ad.- vated by the highest ideals, to
Government In reply to a question traffic of the past 1 ,% minhs dressed to the donor, so that the preserve a proper sense of values
by the Hon'ble Roy Joseph calling have been rebuild. The pro- individual ftgh~ing man can Pend and the best professional perspec-
upon Government for a reorganlisa- gramme of repairing and his thanks direct to the contri- tive, and to let my conscience, en.
Ution in the system. strengthening of the steelwork: Is butor." lightened by the golden rule, be my
The Hon'ble Roy Joseph had also making good progress, In gratitude hundreds of thou- unfailing guide, so that the pro-
asked: "All the watering points have %mnds of postcards have been re- fession of my choice may be the
"Is Government aware that work- now been connected to the ceived by contributors. better for my being in it and the
ers in the sanitary labour pings Central Water Board' .l...... j = .-- --- world, too. may he better for my
of the Medical Department have an sddltlonal water 't i e ON LEAVE having lived in It."
to wait at times for weeks before put in at Jerningham Oin tclon." Mr Ho D l D r Ct Suer
recelving their wages? It the an- _- ,Mr Harold Duprey, City Super- -- -- -
awer is in the affirmative will Oov- visor, has been granted five months' ADMIRAL BICKERI0GE DIES
Ment Instruct the Medical De. wivil S rvia Bvactcn leave as from tomorrow,
peartnnt to retronse Its system -Civil service DB nO the .'"Trinidad Ouardlan" under- LONDON, July 17 (CPl--Rear-
so as to avoid this, ela and inconi. Qn s stands. Appointed to act for him Admiral Guv Leslie Bickeridge, 66
venienee?" Queried In 1-k ; e is Mr. Eric Robinson, fourth clerk former Honorary surgeon to the
evenly was as follows in the City Engineer's office. King, died today,
"The system has been revised statement lo the eff`t,'th't the 4A00440%0
and the wages of sanitary labour- Governments of the respective
era are nn longer pild by the cuoiiet nau unaer continuous Te-
Heal'i Department but are met view representations of civil ser: Here is wlmat you have teaited for *
from subventions arsnted -to the vants as regards the cost of living,
County Local Health aUthorities. w',s made by Colonel Olivr Stan- BABY PRAMS (Convertible Go-Carts)
This arranRement Is intended to ley. Secretary of State for the Col-
expnedite payment of wages since It oiles, in reply to question put b J t Oened A Select Assortment of
avoids reference of nay-sheets to Mr. Creech Jones in Parliament Just Opened A Select Assortment of .
thp senior meditil officers of health last week, according to a BB.C, CHINAWARE atd ENAMELWARE
and head office fonr certification broadcast heard here, IAWA a A LWA
and permits the wardens to certify Mr. Creech Jones asked whether COMPLETE DINNER SETS
them end nass them direct to the consideration was being ljiven the C E D N ST
Treasu'. for pwvmpnt. The new needs of civil servlat in regird *
stem has only been rqeitly to the cost of living and thei posl-
started and it is hooel that when tlion of retired officers. For Your Weddin Gift-Choose Th BEST
It Is full" established ell causes of Colonel Stanley replied that the For Your Wedding Gift-Choose The BEST
delay will be removed." effect of the increase in the cost of BEAUTIFUL MODERN FURNITURE
= i.living and the position of public I A T L T S
servants had been kept under con- IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS
A.S.T.T. To Viqet Cocoa tenuous review by the Colonial CASIN or on TERMS
Rehabilitation Work Governments and that there was A r MS
considerable var.Stioa aIn. t& rates
A visit to Marper Estate and Non and scope of statutory* a nuances, I.ATISK8T HITS-JUST RECEIVED-ON YOUR FAMOUS-
Parell Estate. Sangre Grande. The Ocvernment, he stated, had v C lum & Ae R
where development work on witch- also taken into account represen- I 9 olu k h co s
Broom resistant and hlg.'bearlnm tations made by staff associations
varieties of cacao is beinb carried as regards the position of retk'ed ALSO IN STOCK:
rehabltatio r Seme, t s Colont osars. Limacol and Mentholated Toilet Lotion.
sponsored by the Agricultural So- IRAN RECOONI8ES DR GAULLE *
ciety of Trinidad and Tobago for TEHERAN, July 16 (AP--The *
the benefit of Interested members. Iran government has officially re- MU
Those who wish to attend should ornied Go neral de h asle's Cofi S SA GOMES RADIO EMPORU MS,
nictify the secretary before July 27, mittee as the Provisional French 44 MARINE 8QUARE a: PORT-OF-SPAIN
tating whether transportation Is government, it was announced to- C E an SAN FERNANDO.
desired from the angre Qrande day. CUBIPB and BAN FERNANDO.
taway tation. .. .. ._____m________ _________________

Borough of Son Fernando


f tarnamdo are hereby noted
It n order to prevent their pro-
eiies from being nut up for sale.
M arrears of House and Water
Vo.and Electric Lightting Loan,
Stand including those for the
1943, and charges, ir't be
S befotore list July, 144 .
R. M. Scott,


Tow Clerk.


About 300 Acres Pully Planted
in.Tonca Beans, Coffee iRo-
busts and Arabica). Cocoa,
Libm and a variety of Citrus
and other fruit trees, known
as Helvetia Estate, Poole,
Ward of Charuma, County of
laryva. 3 drying houses.
wat box. residenme, barracks
all in perfect condition. %-
mile fromn railway. 'Tabaquite-
Rio Clara Road runs through
estate which is between the
34 and 3S mile tmts. Offers
to be made to V. J. tsuble.
01 Frdelwi treet, Port-of-

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teachers Pas Far.t >4Sgt

Point 'Credo&o~jnw
iPortisnce of thir part Ia the de-
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six-point credo prMnted to tham II
President of the Tea Union. mW WO O U


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Chaguanas-' 1A is u s I
LYikaumuiu e 'ls r It iae fis u.
..afte"#w LydI. L lalsm's
Maintaining previously-expressed Val CeW eslmd. Isto n
agreement with recommendatlont ,oali an g!e,,n
of the Medicsll Joaoranlsalonu
Committee advising flast provi- --
slon of a district hopltal at Cha-I
guanas, Government In a reply re-
Office yesterday, told the Hon'ble P I L E S
Roy Joseph that its policy was not There is no need for us to tell
to erect hospitals in every centre' you of the maddening irritation,
of population, but rather to Improve the day and .Ight torture caused
existing hospital facilities and to by pile trouble. We tell you that Uf
construct health centres and rural you only start using Man Zan at
dispensaries with ambulance ser- once it will stop the terrible pain
vice for other places, soothe and completely heal blind or
Pointing to the fact that the bleeding piles. Read just these
nearest hospital to Chriguanas is two from a host of letters.
at Couva, a distance of eight miles Mrs. M A. Ntuneaton. wrile:-"'o.
Over a year I suffered with terrible burn-
away, and that Chaguanas is a 4g pilets. Fomentatton aInd ointments
thickly popu',ited village, Mr. Jo- ave me nliv temporary relief. Thea
sepa had urged Government to esrd of Maon Zan. ad decided to ti"
It. Now. in I'ns than three weeks, I am
consider the advisability of erecting copetely cured of thi dreadful n
a hospital in that area with a view plantt"
tMrs. 1J T., Penrlth. says.--"ltchtB *tno
to avoicKing the inconvenience and bleeding piles worried me for over two
hardships occasioned residents, vears. and I could not obtain any relief
In reply Government stated:- Ix wa recommended to Ir rMan Zen. aond
immediately 1 found relief Now v Inm
"The attention of the hon'ble quite free of te terrible sony."
member is invited to the similar
question (Question No. 5 of 1937) Don't suffer longer the nerve-
ssked by the hon'ble member for destroying, weakening misery of
Caroni at the mee'in, of the Legis- pile trouble. Man Zan will most
latlve Council held on April surely give you In.tant relief.
23. 1937, and to the reply given Sold in e-sy. clean-to-use tubes
thereto in which it was intimated with special nozzle applicator, from
that the Medical Reorganisation all chemists.
Committee had advised againstt the n
provision of a dittict hospital at
Charuanas and that the Govern- M ai
ment was in agreement with the
"It is not Government's policy t P I L E RE M E D Y
erect hosoittls in every centre of
ponulatlon but rather to improve
existing hospital facilities and to
construct health centres and rural e
dlspe"sarlis with ambulance ser- lu war ort
vlir for other places.
"It Is proposed to station st We are glad to be
Couva es soon as Is available a l D
motor veht"l to serve the Durnos able to help in thewar
of an ambulance for tranino'-tin fng r, although this
casPS to Couva, Sqn Pernando. Port- ecOt, although h
of-Snain. and St .TJoseph, where means that we shall
hospital sccommodatlon exists," be unable to sppl
Wall's Sausages until
%35 For Stealing the war is over.
We shall not have
Barrel Of Potatoes to keep you waiting
vuvs ~ ~ tj i-~ o kee^ p you waiting
Declaring that he was pretty much longer'!
bold to lift up a whole barrel of
potatoes and try to get away ws:n .
It, Mr. B. W. Celestain. presiding
In the Third Police Court ordered IThe tin to
Rampersad Maharal to pay a fire /oo4 f/or
of $15 and $20 costs for theft.
ChallenRed as he rolled the tr the war
barrel of potatoes along Park ___
Street. MaharaJ, It was stated,
told Special Police Constable
rSmall that he had bought them.
After hearing the evidence. Mr. WLL
Guy de Gannes, defence lawyer.
decided that there was no line of A A E
defence left to him and placing S U A
his client at the mercy of the ________ _
Court changed his plea to one of x-w. T. WALLt O& o Lr
guilty. Ul-tts LONDON, (H5LANb

Ample Supplies of-


Earl Hinds, etc., '
Four King Sisters, Freddy Marti'


Port-of-Spain City Coun-

OWING to Shortage ot Water at this Us all
requested to co-operate with the Cly AuUthorMIties i
of e'ste in any form. Where waste is observed a iM
made immediately to the Water Department at the Tong
phone 4060.)
Attention is also called to resolutions of ihe ^1
accordance with the provisions of the Port-of-Spaina
finance, Ch. 39 No. 1, whereby the use Is prohibited of
1. Garden Tape.
2. Swimming Baths
3. Fountains.
4. Hose Pipes In connection with business l
5. Sprinklers,
Anyone contravenlng any of these Regulatio ns
penalty of $48.00.
These resolutions take effect forthwith aM
C. R. Fan
Town Hall, Port-of-Spain,
12th July. 1944,.____

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Wheiw arpity ese, however, the teodmWal 5O
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SLighten Burden On Needy

Trind adm Ow bar CemeeMdleat
OWN (UM O', OrIneda, July 14 Recommendation by
p rederi Benhm, oomlo AdvliAer to the Comptroller for Develop-
a dss Welfare, that codflah, rice, cheap OCottons and footwear be
Old I We duty-free Import I In order to lighten the burden on the
w cI was revealed at the opening of the 144-47 Legislasture
yl Wouse by Sir Arthur Orimble, Governor of the Windward

an inaugural address in
ih he outlined plans to cary
estmtutional reforms recom-
ied by Lord Moyne,- Slr
hur described hk poslitlon aU
dent of the Legislative Coun-
as that of an ambassador rather
a of a pro-consul and his
U outside the Legislature as
0 of eshlW mechan- aof the
uinafratlve machine,
lr Arthur also revealed that Mr.
-e Benbam, the Economic
taer to the Comptrollr of De-
went and Welfare, considers
the fMinancial position of the
pammet is fairly sound but re-
added, pending the submis-
of his report, a revision of the
tWm system, lessening the bur-
an the poorer sections of the
mimity by adding ealtfl'h, rice,
er cottons and footwear on the
r-.tree list with condensed milk
making sure that the full be-
hIs handed on to the consumers.
resulting lo of revenue would
covered by raising income tax
estate duties sand tightening
ollection of income tax.
nranlsation of the Windward
S conference on constitutional
sm, the Governor said, had
delayed by the elections in the
ad which he held to be a mat-
of the first urgency as upon
loe of any country's consti-
M depends the extent of the
Mes collaboration with the

Kr Arthur believed that lnfro-
tle of the committee system
L there reforms recommer.ded
SMoyne Commissilon will il-
I nlty In the partnewhi be-
l the Rxecutive, the l=glalature
I t*e people which is essential
te fullfrultue of the plans of
tiiet and Welfare.
bI tressed the Importance of the
nndtisous of the West In-
Sotnference at Barbados for
enfl cy in foodstuffs and
te that a committee of the
ii with the new Director of
fo e or the Windward Ix-
e, appointed to sek an Im-
iate policy on the Isslue.
This a call," he sald, '"to the
ler loyalsof oalof us; tla
mlest. too, with the loyalty of
SXrlth imm tm toy to Itself.
SItnerea of self- clency by
developaet of home produc-
a an but be attended by a
bilsafl of the ooet of living,
Biope~ev~nt o the market lor
al entemrpb.
tht Imany of the foods
t f elied protective, because
are esentIklI to the preven-
of defiiency diseases in the
Ijc iiah5rcan best
A country which
^y q=udhpr att fou
reonable prices for all. is by
p of betraying its children

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wing the seeds of a national
Weakness that, in the long run.
nust bring it to economic collapse."
One of the most pressing prob-
es dealt with at the recent West
ndian Conference, Sir Arthur said,
'as Wle re-absorption Into civil
fe of persons now engaged in war
employment, and disclosed that a
cal committee was now In course of
sing appointed In accordance with
mallr action being taken through-
Mt the West Indies.

He described the conference's re-
port as "a document full of Inspira-
tion and ordered hope" and, on be-
half of the Administration, thanked
the Windward Islands delegates,
Mr. W. E. Jullen and .Mr. H. D.
ShllIngford, for their able repre-
sentation and the Government and
people of Barbados for the arrange.
menats, welcome and hospitality ex-
tended to all the delegates.
Drawing attention to the gener-
ous grants from the Colonial De.
velopnent and Welfare Fund for
labour, education, public health and
social welfare, the Governor de.
tailed the foundational work al-
ready done, emphasising that the
-Burity of the superstructure was
dependent not only on the skill of
the experts and technicians but
also on the public's wise and tol-
erant understanding of the difficul-
ties of the war period and their
willingness to co-operate.
The resolve to submerge indivi-
dualism to concerted effort for the
good of the many must arise in the
heart of the people, he said. He
suggested the creation of a league
of voluntary workers lending their
time and talent to social endeavour
expressed the view that it was
necessary to devise improved
methods for publicising the .,ctivi-
ties of the administrative Jepart-
monts and urged the Council to
consider the organisation of a local
information service which would
enable the people to know, as they
were entitled, how the Govern-
ment was being administered.
'"I shall continue in my relations
with the new Council," Sir Arthur
said, In conclusion, "to use Govern-
ment House as a non-party centre.
where members may find oppor-
tunities of free converse with all
the experts and leadcis of thought
who' nowadays visit Grenada for
the country's development and

Bermuda Teachers
For U.S. Training

Paving the way for a Colony-wide Mcampaign of public enlighten
meant on the nature and treatment of venereal disease, Colonel 0.
C. Wenger will give two Ilustrated lectures, under the auspices of
the Trinidad and Tobag Teachers' Union. First of these, for
men only, will take place at the Eastern Boys' Government School
at 10 a.m. on Satnuday, July 2. The other, for women, is carde
for Saturday, August 5, at the same hour and place. At an fi-
formal meeting last Saturday, Colow-l Wenger told more than 50
teachers of the part which they and their colleagues can play In
the drive against V.D. Because of their frequent contact with pu-
pils and parents, he said, teachers could do much to ensure the
success of the campaign by spreading valuable Information on the

W.I. Soprano

Recital Draws

Crowd In City

Appearing before a large audience
Miss Amy Gibbons, West Indian
mezzo soprano, rendered a varied
and delightful programme that in-
cluded many favourite songs on
Sunday evening last at the Royal
Victoria Institute.
Opening with Bach-Gounod's
"Ave Maria" Miss Gibbons through-
out her recital exhibited the qual-
ities of an experienced singer.
Technique and musical nuances
were evident. The singer's failure
to achieve a truly distinguished per-
formance lay in her Indistinct
Miss Gibbons should concentrate
and develop this aspect of her art
with greater care.
Miss Atwell offered admirable
support to the recitalist and to-
gethler they produced a musical
treat that was much appreciated
by an enthusiastic audience.
Miss Atwell's pianoforte solo
item, Chopin's Ballad in A flat,
displayed wonderful technique and
the audience offered her a o aitlon
at the conclusion of her perform-
Mr. McD. Carpenter contributed
a violin solo, Handel's Sonata in
D Major, in four movements col-
laborating with Mr. Manfred Paul
at the piano. Mr. Carpenter's play-
ing displayed full sonorous tone
and an impressive bow technique.

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for lome considerable time that the EVJUPH4j TO MRK
tUdard, of training received In T MW .
Jamaica was not high enough for Qmond- x-p.:up' Assoclation
tin, are now allowed to proceed will meet at 7.30 o'clock this even-
to Canada and the United states ing at tht Osmond High School
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Rumours current In British
Guiana to the effect that the
Governor of that Colony. Sir
Gordon Letham. who left for
the United Kingdom recently is
rnot likely to return, are causing
great anxiety in B.G. according
to a ZFY broadcast heard last
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Gordon be allowed to serve his
full term was passed recently in
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South African Bridges For Ferries
Heroes Honoured 'Unjustified Now'
View that the expenditure tnri'lv-
LONDON, July 17 (Reuter)--Ton ed in the construction of hridg s
day is Delville Wood Day, the in- te Nri
-tea-to replace ne Nariva and Orion-(
niversary of the historic battle of ferries would not be Justified )\I
1916, when the South Africans at- the limited traffic flow In those di:-
tacked on all sides and grimly held tracts was expressed byGovernment
on fti the burnt-out wood in the in reply to a rquestion by the Hon,-
Somme. After the war the wood ble Roy J.Sel) h.
was purchased by South Africa as
ii national memorial and each year Mr. Jse pl had asked:
services of commemoration are held "In view of the fact thit ij
there. Perry Syscm as used ever the Na-
Today, In the midst of another riva Rivem is both antiquated and
tain stood to attention in front of and inconvenience to travellers and
the Cenottph In Whitehall in hon- is not opeIn for 24 hours of the day,
our of those who fell 28 years ago. will Cuernmnent make provisions
The military adviser to the High nthe 1945e cstrintes to have up tc
Commissioner for South Africa date rides constructed in place Co
pirced a wreath of poppies at the the ferries now in u&e In the Col-
foot of the Cenotaph on behalf of ony?"
the South African Legion. Government replied as follows:
-- "The expenditure of public funds
AMBASSADOR INJURED which would be Involved in the con-
RIO DE JANEIRO, July IT (AP) struction of bridges to replace the,
---Jorge Prado, the Peruvian Am- Narha and Ortoire ferries would
bissador, and his wife were pain- not be Justified In. view or the-e -
fully Injured this morning when latively small area served anr the
their auto and an omnibus collided, .limited traffic Involved.
The ambassador suffered severe "2. The Government is unable to
contusions of the left legi and the accept the honourablie member's
wife severe contusions about her statemrri (that the ferrN system i,
head and also shock. I dangerous.',

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"Ten years ago," a woman writes,
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worse. One day I sa-. Kruschen
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'ore I took Kruschen I thought I
had finished with life. Now, r'ter
ihrving taken a few bottles of won-
lerful Krusclicn, nothing it a
worry to me." -(Mrs.) ( W.
Rheumatism has one primary
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muscles. Ordinary aperient salts,
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Query by the Hop'ble Roy Jo-
eph at a recent meeting of the
Legislative Council brought from
Government a rep.y outlining 'he
duties of the reoently-appointed!
Supervisor of dipensAries and me-
dical stores.
Mr. Joseph had asked:
"Will Government for the infor-
Minloc of this house. lay on the
table the duties of the Supervisor,
of Dispensaries and Medical Stores?
And further, will Government
name the dispensaries In the
Colony and give In detail the
number of visits made by this offl-,
cer to each dispensary?"
Government's reply states:
"The duties of the Superintend-
ent of Medical Stores and Dispen-1
series are:I
"'a) To organise the system of!
s'orekeceping in the Govern-,
ment medical stores and to
supermse the .preparation ol
all indents and orders relat'-
ing to pharmaceutical and
hospital equipment. required
bv the department; ibi Toi
organise and control the s,s-
tern of distribution of niedica'n!
stores to institutions and dis.
pensaries; ci To perform
such duties in regard to the
practice of pharmacy in CGv-!
ernment Institutions as the
Director of Medical Services
may direct.
"The following is a list of the
dispensaries il the Colony with the
number of viLils paid to each by
the Supervisor up to June 22 1944:
Oolonlal Hospital, Port-of-Spain, 20;
Nelson Strec'. 4; Tragar'ete Road
5; Maraval. 2; St. Joseph Hospital
3; San Juan 2; Sangre Grande 2;
Couva Hospital, 1; San Fernando
Health Office. l;: Prisons Depart..
ment, 5; Oxford Street. 4; House
of Refuge. 1; Tacarigua District
Hospital. 3; Arlina, 3 B: Riche. 2 I
Colonial Hospital, San Fernando, 2
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l Red Amy iAppo ihind
H Germn Soat At Fast Pace

By takin ar odn on Sunday and reach-

S lg the bank of the Niemen River,
Mte Red Army came to the lat natural
barrier betre entering German soil.
1rThe pace at which the Soviet forces are
advancing Is much faster than was the
Wehrmacht's, when Hitler sent it in quest
of breathing space in the rich Russian
'lands In 1914. Our Allies have not only
Broken the enemy's lines but driven
Through them to the rear, and it is on
S*these achievements they are building
"' for German defeat in the coming months.
S Their approach to the Reich brings
home to the German people the
:',bankruptcy of the Prussian military
S: clique, who once again are leading them
to disaster. And it is but fitting that the
:'first German territory that will fall under
: ,the Invader's tread will be the country
Sof the Junkers, whose philosophy is
H blood and iron and who have always
been the soul of German militarism.
What the Russians are accomplish-
Ing on the central front is important to
the future shape of the European war.
The German armies of the north and
south were defeated before, but the
central front armies are not only being
defeated for the first tinm,, but also des-
troyed. And the Red Army is at the same
time encircling the Wehrmacht's forces
=In the North, even before turning its
Massive power on them. This it Is doing
by threatening to cut off completely the
communications linking the northern-
central front armies with its drive to-
wards East Prussia, which should bring
I t in due course to the Baltic coast.
The policy whick the Wehrmacht is
pursuing will lead It to the same disas-
S terms which it has suffered in the past,
when it clung -to untenable positions
after the necessity for so doing had
long passed. It is true that one German
commentator suggests that the Red
Army, by driving into East Prussia, may
be falling into a trap, but the lengths to
which Nazi propagandists will go to
bolster the morale of a peo.ile who see
S war coming to their soil know no bounds.
S What is more probable is the total des-
truction of the German forces who are
holding on to Estonia and Latvia and
S who will certainly be cut off by the Rus-
sian columns driving through Lithuania.
S In spite of the power of the Russian
drives they will not be the main Rus-
sian blows this summer. The forces
*; taking part comprise the minor portion
S, of the great Red Army, whose main
forces are on the southern front where
. .[ giant strokes will be delivered in co-
ordination with the successfully devel-
oping central front drive. Yet the gains
made by our Allies in the East are al-
ready hampering Hitler's war plans for

diem, -O f hiu oum gf t aft
A-iA the steadily in pa" A0o
AMd=au strSOiMb Int the bib' =As ahie
hope flee In the anuuter of trOPe from
the easteim front. Much uas he wuld ike
to do he dam ot eeake force w ho
aore alIready suift efeat on a a ale
approaching the tkte at Stalkiad.
To move ftbom the MAt the larp body of
troop that would be needed to tave
off defeat in the West would be to throw
open Germany's eate m door.

Council Would Not Benefit
By Electricity Take-Over
THE special meeting which the City
Council holds this afternoon is of
great Importance. Its purpose is to con-
sider the Council's future in relation
to the electricity supply, in view of the
Government's island-wide project. Shall
the Council exercise its right under the
Ordinance and take over the Port-of-
Spain electricity distribution and trans-
port services? Or shall It waive thisjight
and permit the whole undertaking to
pass into the hands of an Electricity
Commission, on which it would have
the power to nominate two members?
Such, in brief, is the problem.
The Trinidad Electricity Board is
now operating in trust for the City
Council. The law provides that on the
Government's deciding to proceed with
an electricity scheme for the Colony, the
Council may take over the distributing
end of the business in the city along
with transport, leaving the generation
of power and its diffusion outside Port-
of-Spain to the Commission which is to
supersede the Electricity Board. Should
the Council take over it would be forced
to employ a competent technical staff
of its own, which would not conduce to
lowered costs, and this wasteful dupli-
cation of effort would tend to friction
and dissatisfaction. The Corporation
would derive no financial benefit, because
it is committed to a policy of reducing
the price of current to the lowest possible
figure, as a recent letter from the Gov-
ernment pointed out. It would be sad-
dling itself with a needless burden at
the expense of uniform administration
and efficiency.
These are some of the reflections which
should guide the City Fathers In their
deliberations this afternoon. And uas an
early decision is required, we hope the
matter will be treated in a businesslike
way and political quibbles avoided.
Thera are wider issues than appear on
the surface, for there is little doubt that
industrial expansion after the war will
depend largely on a cheap and depend-
able electricity supply. The question
should not be viewed as a'domestic one
for Port-of-Spain, but as part of a larger
project from which the arrangements for
the city cannot be divided.
It is possible that the Corporation
may wish to make Itself responsible for
transport only, and there should be no
real objection to its doing so, though here
again it would have no financial gain,
and in fact in this case would have to
come to terms with the Government
about the necessary provision for de-
ficits. All in all there would seem to be
no point in exercising the right of take-
over, and much to be gained by waiving
that right In favour of operation by an
Electricity Commission.

""eOred To

Weter Shortage Creates
Intolebl. Sit ationa
lh 3ee Eu OeswUIa.
Mims" MNl~t r== a

Ira|n &I to & S"pALand often

rwas cut off on a Tuesday
ro eapprcibmatel 5A M-.
,Ad th*%eTu&Q edvby the

tO hmlly aornoon pm.a
W10 day to ensure that the water
eoloed on the promises would
dt^e tfor coo l ng and f rinking
ar the lavaortes wereno
Itole fr lorai peiaodt nor was

atWe r allowed to f ndTue in a
Zte MM apTroxlzutl amJ~."

tI willd to spare ayo the wtear

of the pereginations of the
iu'lc fornC were n

fervent members of the rlsehold in

their effort to perform their ablu-
i FLuently, at nightfallthere is
no dIng water left. Were is t not

for a friend who lives 100 yards
tway and who suppinesdu ita th

water on such occasions, we would
wo th trsty. aeo a
The" word hower" Is onthe which
Sas deated as the dodo brd as farold

M we wre concerned, and is no
eer to bte found In our ver abu-
flue frlonpesd.nr a
anequntly atngtallwe therduie is

nto City Fathers definitely havet

a seos of humour. After all the
hardsips enmdered through lack of
exfor a friend who fave 100 yards
sway arnd who supplies us with

water months. It would be iont, we wouldrest-
go thirsty.

ing to know how they arrivs one at thich
Icomput as dead as the ddr bird as farn the
mains, we are concerned, and is noed
e mlongeter to be fund cti our vn.abu-
uWe are deeply indefinitely have
a sense of humour. After all the

oharnhipngs endured through la campaign of
water, they have to nhe thaudacity toe
end a bire population of Port-of-Spaening
aexces water rate as for a period of
six monrt the movement. It would prob-

ably take more than an earthqualkeC
ing to know how apathy offarrive at thishoul-
computation. Air pressure In the

dermains, of course, could have causedian.
the meter to function.

We areik Streeply Indebted to ou
Watefor having started Social Welfarcapign
but are ditorappalled to note that therdian."
entire population of Port-of-Spain

has not risen as onthe "uman to sup-
dian"port thate movement. It would prob-ani
ably take more than an earthquake~

Kumarto shakIs the aeliverpathy off the thoul-
ders of Trlindadians.

thFrederickan Strocial Welfetre Associa-eet
Water And Social Welfare
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardlan."
iI see from the "Sunday Guar-
dian' that Councillor Razijit
IKumar is to deliver a lecture to
the Indian Social Welf.ire Associa-
tion on Social Welfare.
Certiinly. the Councillor will not
need to be reminded that in all
social welfare matters, water is the
prime essential.




Port-of-Spain Is Dirty
The Editor, Triidad Guardian.
aI re that the City Council has
failed, and that lamentably, but
not only as far as the water supply
is concerned. Port-of-Spain ist.
day the filthiest town in the West
Indies, if not one of the filthiest
places In the whole world.
-* .LIGHT,
Port-of-Spain. LIGHT.
Water Situ.tion Serious
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Few people in this town can boast
of an adeqt.ate supply of water. It
Is rather amusing to read where a
certain Councillor states he never
realized the situation was so serious
until you launched this campaign,
yet some of these are the very men
who, when soliciting votes for seats
on t e Council, promised their first
task would be a better supply of
If a really big fire should start
in this town, it would mean good-
bye to everything except for those
who would be on the spot to scram-
ble what little they could. For days
our baths are dry; we can never be
lucky enough to get water in oar
tap after .30 a.m. except it is
rinin incessantly and even then
the water goes o at 6.30 am. and
does not return until 8, 9 or 10
o'clock at nights.
In the majority of cases, we get
a 23-hourws-per-day drought-re-
cently, the water came cn at 8
o'clock and by 9.10 not a drop was
to be had. This Is the sanitation
our City Fathers are encouraging.
I, therefore, pledge my whole-
hearted support and wish that
Government would take immediate
steps as soon as your petition
reaches them.
Drilling of Wells Denial
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
In a newspaper report on July
14. (not the "Trinidad Ouardian")
there appears a letter over the sig-
nature of Mr. Vernon Macdonald,
in which he claims to have been
informed that Government inter-
rupted be drilling of wails for the
city by taking over drilling equip-
meit that was at Docksite.
The information given to Mr.
Vernon Macdonald, in regard to
this drilling equipment at Dockalte
Is Incorrect, and although previous-
ly made from time to time bk
others, is entirely misleading aMd
a absolutely without foundation.
This equipment was not taken
over b t Government from the
contractors but was voluntarily
offered for sale to the Government.
The Government then accepted the
for Director of Information.
Water Only At Night
ITe Waer, OTvtoia Guardian"
tjotoeed pleae find water petl-
form hWy signed. I welcome
thi MO. a Mthe City Council
to Lthree yeas ago changed
or wate mains from Quarry
ei laidst new pipes all over
S iv*. in the Impresion
Utit I was done for a. better
wV y. bUtl Instead It turned out
fto watch
f W ematoot set water in the
dejtow. (Kd you have to watch
for OW t the night so as to
slore it for the next day.
I tbereon. have great plea-
asure In on the band of water
eemere mne do hope that wbor
we OOwe we wll at have to
p"v mre oneeem and add to our
already heavy ist of expenses.
EUZA ISARTEL and eoeWrs.


Flying Bomb Attacks Prove

London Citizens Can Take It

Many vivid stories of life In
London under the robot bombs
have been published. The fol-
lowing summing-up of the situ-
ation, has been received from
the Ministry of Information
in London.
London is taking it again. The
"alerts" and thl, "all-clears"
sound so often night and day that
the people are never sure whether
the alarm Is on or off, and wait
for noise and the aircraft before
going personally on the alert.
Here are the answers to some
of the questions that the world
out of range of the flying bombs
may be asking:
How does this compare with the
It is different in every way. Our
defences, then non-existent, are to-
day magnificent. That makes peo-
ple feel better. But we are win-
ning. Victory seems near. That,

The instinct to stay home
means that fewer women come to
London to shop. For the first
time in a year one can get a table
'n West End restaurants without
booking or queueing.
This Is the Civil Defence Ser-
vices' first big test sinoc the blits.
Does the system work?
Yes. The system of a stream-
lined, full-time organization of
fire, rescue and ambulance per-
sonnel, augmented by spare-time
fire watchers and wardens ,has
come through with flying colours.
Trained spotters watching from
high buildings can see every bomb
fall and report its location as it
crashes. The National Fire Ser-
vice, heavy rescue and mtn ical
people, are on the spot in breath-
takingly short time. Five minutes
after a flying bomb took the cop-
ing off one building and crashed
across the road, a cordon flaunt-
ing bright yellow "Diversion" signs
was steering 'buses and cars off
the glass-strewn pavement, and a
fireman at the top of a ladder was
playing a powerful stream of water
Into the top window.

curiously, u&ca uuf peop le lefdt Wors
Five years of resistance, including oReady For It
the blitz, have made people tired,
besides which it is somehow easier Even after the worst inclilenl,
to combat, fear with your back to all victims are usually brought out
the wall. One was more resigned within an hour. The complete mo-
to disaster with all the odds ability of every amenity from fire
against one. appliances to tea-cars has deve-
loped from the blitz experience
SDoodllebugs' and lives vp to its planners'
dreams. Endless, strenuous exer-
cises completed by Civil Defence
But after the first few days, men and women through long
London began to take the "Doodle- alertleas months have produced a
bugs" in its stride. Londoners human machine that works mag-
worry about their children and they niflcently. Through all the in-
sleep in their Anderson shelters evitab'e complaints and fears of
down in the garden or their table- tired people with damaged homes
like Morrisn shelter on the sleeping in crowded shelters, the
ground floor of the house or un- Civil Defence workers have been
der the stairs. But only for a universally praised and they them-
day or so did stomachs heave each selves say thlt they were "ReaUdy
time the siren went, and the gen-for it..
oral desire to look out the win- How Is the evacuation of child-
dow despite the risk of flying ren being handled this time?
glass still supersedes the instinct Thousns were still away at
-i;n to a sheler Thousands were still away at
to run to a shelter. school in the country where the
By night, the people who used evacuation of a whole school or
to stay nervously awake with the establishment of a special
shoes and coats handy, the first camp school had worked well. Of
night or two, now sleep through those who returned, more than
the sirens and any bomb but a 10,000 have already left for the
"near one." Those who find they Midlands, the Northwest and
can sleep peacefully in their beds, Noilth Wales.
including most of those living in F'ive years of experience again
modern steel and concrete build- makes smooth job of it. The
wings do so. The rest have found wVs. appears all along the line.
somewhere else to sleep and stuck Teachers have cope with so many,
to it. It may be on an under- emergenriesl and taken so many
ground platform or it may be u- responsibilities by now that es-
der the table In the front hall. corting their charges safely to the
What have these flying bomb country homes comes easily.
attacks done to the London life? The children themselves, some
It goes on just the same. Trains of them born during this war,
and 'buses run on time. Crowd are veterans. Growing up in homes
commute to work from the suburbs. and schools where the men were
Theatres and movies continue, away and the mothers overworked
Open-air sports and dancing de- they have developed a quality of
pend on the weather and not on independence noticeable In the
the raids. p very way that they walk calmly
But there are fewer people along the railroad plwtform with
about. Workers unhesitatingly go their identity tickets flapping and
to their jobs but, as the blitz, luggage, sadwiches and gas masks
people want to stay home at night: hung about them. Most will be
partly to get to bed early and get billetted with private families, now
as much sleep as possible while equally made adaptable by the
the alert is off, partly to avoid long changes of war. Many have
getting "caught" away from home, taken their own blitz evacuees
and partly because, although the back.
theatres remain open, it doesn't This time, above all, everybody
seem sensible to invite heavy caqu- feels that it isn't for very long.
aities by foregathering in crowds. (10)

Japan Ruled By Dangerous Assassins
There Is no shorter cut to an un- carried on. Nat as a rebel, for he
derstanding of Japan and the Jap- saw it didn't pay but as a gangster
for Lire to anyone who wanted an
anese people than the life story of enemy Put out of the way.
Mitsuru Toyama. so great a power MILITARISTS AID
and s much ar idol that he nas
long been recognized as his coun-. A complete success from the flrst,
trys Unoffcial Enperor. To make the militarists eventually took him
clear just what this means, it is and his organisation under their
exactly as though the head of Mur- protection, and began their terror.-
der, Incorporated, or some other isation of all who stood for peace
bloodstained gang leader, were to and modern ideas.
be hailed by Americans as Untffl. Toyama helped mightily to bring
cial President of the United States, about war with China in 1894, and
INom earliest youth, Mitauru To- again with Rusia In 1904.
yams has plied the trade of assas- Now rich by reason of valuable
sin, openly and without the slight. -nlnl 0 concessions that were nis
eat pretence of concealment. The p o the loot in these campaigns
scores of organizations formed by he organised the Black Dragon go-
him. while using patriotism as a clety (a counterpart of the Mafia
mae., have made assasslnaton and the Camiorra) and spread it
their business, throughout the empire.
'Today, a white-bearded old man Other "patriotic" organlsatior
of U. he is still the terrorist, hold' very shortly burst into being, and
Ing the threat of death over every son Mltsuru Toyama had nls
man in the Government. At his back hatchet men in every city, town and
are hundreds, even thousands, of village.
young fanatics, ready, to go forth A spirit of deaocratIsatlon swept
and kill at their master's order. Japan as an aftermath of the fist
Even Hldekl 'rojo does not dare op. World War, and there was a while
pose Toyama's will, well knowing when It seemed that the country
that hI would pay for his rashness wa on Its way to civilization. The
with his lIfe. Liberals, however, had only ideas
OFmICERS SHOT the mlltarists had TMS and ther
assassins. In 1lf,,- er Hamu-
It is not possible to Imagine some guchi was shot down at his de,
Junior cfflcer walking into the office and one year later the army
of the Secretary of tate, Mr. Oor- marched IntorManchuria.t t
dell HBul, or that of Mr. Stinm A peace party still persisted, Uad
and eitherkilling them outright or so, In I2, Toyama struck again,
else menacein with his dager until murdering Prime Miniater Inuka,
promiswas gained to =ne a Finaneo Minister Inouye and arSm
ocy. And yet that It TakUMADan, head of the HNous of
o"yamna.ha runm Japan for a Mitsui.
40 yearS. At his commandA, abeet In 1 3, Japanese fore in i
emceer general s t a 16 ,M.aki n VM oe eInvaded
offer, gnerlsandaduiras aveChna making war inevitable, and
been stabbed] or shot,s 3San tatesmenraet o he
Ir thatt ln stretch of ti ha ve P oweshe smlitarws In1me,
the authorities dared to lay a baud the m Dragon's repreftn Uir,
on him,. r ton h18IsLIUM ers, o#Wes nteam eeaae
ethat show" dvbtvh -1 0Uad' de.
Toyama It Mse Into A etsms" and hisOWer Cour bb*
ar baW c.me IW. whe he i m mbers were tU ane
the Great SOonin a= .d pi
41Against Imnperialorders t 01,, kjl e"es ot his I1 hU t f
PMd thie samurai Of speelalI -Wisaen. At hia~s bI esWfffa
gSM. Defeated, the Great SaSo sp gqeMe courtKalied th1asesas
soMMitted hara-kiri, but Tegasi ftast e-Iie

Government I

A.T.S. 1RH VI Fel t

Recruits wanted for Auxiliary Territordk
duty in Washington, U.S.A.-Good Typ
Shorthand not essential. 14
Release certificates from employees nk
duced by all applicants, but ho job should
until notified to do so.
All Candidates please apply IMME
person to A.T.S. Headquarters, St. Jamg
Thos whose names are already down
come up again.

A.T. Hq.,
8t. Jaumes Barracks.
14th July. 1944.



The attention of the public is hereby drawn to tW
the Order made by the UovMern for the control o9
appearing In the "Royal Gauette" of the 28th Octobs
no person may be In Possession of firearms without
of the Commissioner of Police.
2. All persons who may be in possession of 5$
having a permit as required by the said Order are i
to deliver the same on or before the 31st day of AuIx
nearest police station In their district.
No prosecution will be Instituted against any IM
pursuance of this notice and delivering any firearms
From and after the said 5ist day of August, i9O
of the said Order will be rigorously enforced.
On conviction for an offence under the prcvi s
Order the penalties are as follows:-
ta) on summary trial a fine of $480 or Impria
months or both fine and Imprisonment;
(b) on indictments a fine of $1,000 or imprisonme*
or both fine and imprisonment.
ERROL L. dos S
Acting Colo%



It is hereby notified for general information
Ordinance came into force on the ist July, 1944, and
aate it shall not be lawful for any person-
(w to sin any well or bore-noe or to deepen an I
bore-nole with tne object of abstractung w
tnerefrom or of using it tor the disposaL of 1
omier waste, or to convert a well or oore-hoie#
for the abstraction of oil into a well or o
abstraction of water or lor the dispoea4 ofa
other waste, or to carry out any part of a"4
or to cause ort suiter any of such operatIoi
out in whole or In part, unless there Is in f
writing so to do granted by the Director
conditions and restrictions contained or m
mit are complied with;
(b) to abstract underground water from any
(whether in existence when this Ordinance
or sunk thereafter) or to use it for the
water or other waste, or to cause or suffer
tion to be carried out. unless there is nla
writing to do so granted by the Director
conditions and restrictions contained or
licence are complied with: Provided that, in
well or bore-hole which is in existence when'
comes into force and which is then used fau
oft underground water or the disposal of
other waste a licence to continue the part
not be required until the expiration of one 3M
coming into force or. if application Is meanM
licence, until the application is disposed of by
Applications for permits and licences should beo
to the Director of Hydraulics at 134 Frederick Streetl.;
ERROL L. dos S
Acting CO_

It Is expected that this "amilnatilon will be held
ury?, 19l. Entries arn received during the month of

Application for entry must be made to Mr. W. D.I
for External Examinations, P.O. Box 186, Port-of-SpAWe
accompanied by a certificate of good character, signed I
person, proof that the Candidate 4 over the age at 11
by bt'h or baptismal certificate or .y a sworn aflfdas
for the fees.
The fees are as fooows:-
Unlversity Fee ............... A s
Leeal Fee ...................... .
Fees for one subject only......... l '
Local Fee ...............*... $ -
The fees must be paid Into the Treasury and
the Secretary for Wternal Rapinations. Entries wl
31st July, after which no annleationg will hb eonitd

Allocation of Wollens and Wors-
ted Yan for period July-October
1844 has now been made by tU
UnVt Kingdom and Import
who lz tC Jta Llcence sh
therefore place orders with Unite
Kingfdom suppliers Immediately.
Actbn secretary.h
-.. -,Contrni Board.
Old Pot Office Buildings, .
7 SL Vincent Street,

Director e 0
With refer
Notice dated l
hereby nwal
for licences sr

All~atonB. *

OM Poet
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Nan petioso Allies Make Hider'. Half-Brothe, U.S.AndBitai f1 -
or$ Theft Reported Kiled In Raid NotToMunich' JUSTRECEIVED CLAPANCI
Theft U 12 MI, as,- ow ew S 0 111come A

From Pearson aNor a In NAlt, a restaurant-keepers Argentina Assorted
I---- offfl y oer o the (CiTINUIR D oM PA. uA killed in a recat ra aon Mun- K
~. the Ce4bgthn. lb. News of his=dea~th r~~
Report to the 2^J43 that hen ftx eney one battle area. It was re- London ou eutral chan- WASHINGTON, July, I (Ao)- v A 1IlCUUTS
to byt Ores am to a certain unIfortun- ves")d toniglt that with the nels. but Is below suppressed in Mr. Cordell Hull attributed to de-
jM. J AMSB 14m ero2 of 0 ate =1 who was acti s United tate fore. t Nor- Germany, *e report stated, an sging personal a report )oihigT
OsM wA.e 1, otte on 0the top of c mandy Is the 2nd Infantry D- the ground that it might be out of Santiago, Chile, thia
-~ ~ ~ ~ nw an811 am 1. aII Zt aa Is the" o ofantry7 DI_~Z ~ hdFrznM A R AG A E A '
dW A~y stol. This Ger- v under the command of takev as an evil portent by the Washington and London had in
is th e ss B Pr t soamer trou. -Unt ilr-G(neral Walter Robert- mntUtiout that Hitler wit be mind a South American Munich to Fozen M ARRIAGE M ADE 1
7y of theft oc c $1from th t1 4a, P priorityteUZt. t = 00 Ittkb A the Ali. appease Argentina.
s Then tohe llsd y tno d S O oo h n s lor- MHe described the report ts de-
Jaesgvent~ l pea nd sow ndf sv Sn= oth.e Ameicans =4 l "eratelv false.DUCKS &
within 2 et of hi precarious whe retheyould out the roadH ased About the We con assist you n solng your ro
te pronedlI an n9 and his Wark as an ar- twen the two towns. Tby made Santiago story to the effect that
Swi -S fiy pot ramptly ces sd. mal gai ns too along b Al s ome prominent Chilean senators, IVNI problems. Select your prtner and we 11 spl y
iw on S ________of the VirMe River acros from HI j-XLIlU had expressed the covlcton that CE foSlowine--
610111111 4 M-" o WW"110100 "A A llies" E x te nd.. . ^ Ban "t"'' a. . l .you with the fo.....:-
Zwli.at jam* cme0o itga Post HRbert and west and South- ie Argentina's smaller neighbours.
swtat"' noS I'r i west o St.Lo. _LI1 Chile and Uruguay, would be left Aa o . toIb. y
ad toW ake ra W NASa2 Ti e "" D PRATEL l M money 1T alks Oecholovakla after the trec"gni- NGAGEMEN T and WZDDING ....
Am jack and 0*" ..on of the Argentina Miltarist RINGS
0434to 1who o0=. to mk nIV.TUThe Germans Are fgtigback by BO te rgetainadte MUnitedaRIG
desheyateVd ih the whole St. B "RTTON WOODS, New Hemp0m by Britai and the UnitS WELLRT
dp e Sent To Jail sector to save this nine-way ros- shre, Jn 17 AP).- The United I I te.I RE'S*
roads town. the middle link of Nations Monetar Conference w s Denouncing the report ina mes- WI
ow maw. theLai sage snt to he Sta GROCERY e WRISTWACH or .BACKLETIid fe
Ja*, ams a Be| of ^ their Whole line. They lst 0 extended tr t cblare on.e d a sent to the State Depert- GROER WSTT eKA
j tnoUIk 0 oL e o tof-Spain, tank In two counter-attacksl this originally scheduled closing date to meant press room, M. ull said
Aod two other men to h i X hl- o ntere two homes andsle morning and the fierceness of permit the vast amount of tech- that this Government's policy of 3 Marinef It. t 'P hea. s l2 PRINTING and STATIONERY
who. W gave tm evd$, efT. one Ofro0 W0 them, et o ed their u detce indicated that It cal work to be completed without complete consultation and co- HOUSEHOLD, l
JlU SS? net f /Stmokvingth pf ? S^ ioo^. p^ *a>orh~T S X^S HMOUNBOL FUtmNOTR CHmn. "'^
jak nd other men saw him bet ter another home while the oc attack rolled throuRh NGaut Des ?nd" respt to the Argentine situation,
AtrJc#a hebe Z eih o31 M r. W J.he might take several days of bitter pressure. operation with each of the
that hreet AtondreediIn in w a cu nte First W Jgcrrged to capthe toll Thal An dfcistatent the c an repic s spring the-l ni g BEDS, S PRINS.'a
w h0 H caes hat & Andre oIntheeirr ony Amernians who weed into the .lx m entthe conference would reach Allied cause. cannot be msunder- AT*R. - ..
Sjollow me accusations o theft rom dwelling outskirts rom the cast advanced agreement on all matters of sub- stood by even the least Informed A O, MOON
to the police athe had house and loitering on promises a mile in the final sweep. stance" by Wednesday, the original person. GRAMOPHONE EC UkS
b k ther an unlawful purpose. Motgomerys mounting attack closing date, but the final plenary M r.H sat e tht uc d- MPROR a COS
hiesibi Jack A l Thi &Ir, who was found on posed an increasing threat to the session will be on Saturday. T Mr. Hull stated that such de-
DMIt athe had stolen the of M. Victor Stauble ur- inland road bastion of Villers Do sessions already have brought liberate false rumours n ite bout whate- igEnO SMN E
KfIn-1 ~m de head, urte that te week-end, it was disclosed, ag e, 15 miles southwest of Cen. agreement on plans for a Brtin and the United States might
lotney, James told the court th at confessed to having previously en The right flank of his broadeaned C ,o poste-war "prosperity attempt, or even consider, with SIMMONS FOLDING CHAIRS
als a treat her mandeawtoimeO terel father home while the oc- attack rolled through Haut Des tena." respect to the Argentine situation,
OSe Street and began tob cupants sle pt and carried away e o rges, captured Hill 126 nearby The decision to extend the con- are circulated by designing per- and
bim, He ran awAY. and whea handbag containing money and and pressed Into Noyers, six miles ference came as a surprise. M. sons, or agencies. solely in the
jck accused him of stlings $ other articles, northeast of Vhllere Docae, Van- Michael McDersmott, Chief Pre hope or arousing misunderstand- 0 A HONEYMOON RESORT at .. I__.
f rom him, he decided toghan him des, midway between filly-sur- Relations Officer, issued a state- Ire and friction among American MATARO
ie money rather than have Anyr ewolafinga Henry Colston as a Seulles and Nayera were also taken nient which said: "The president republics, and thereby obstructing A.,,J..
ouble with him. man of the "robust" type Mer. by the tommies. of the conference. Mr. Henry Mor- their joint prosecution of the war.
Describing the story told by Mre Andre yesterday sntenced him to S.H.A.E.F. declared that the genthau. Treasury' Secretary, today ____
s themin ost fantatc torm of Imprisonment tot pa1lng had Odon-Orne wedge. the town of Es- rviewedthe status of workl with ENQUIRIES INVITED
had ever heard, Mr. Leo Puja- months for Assaulting two men. quay, is now firmly In Montgom- the steering Committee of the d____SU LT A N _K H A N
s solicitor for James, s ai nen e Id itu not obtain ery's. hands-as wells Hill 112 and Conference. It was the unanimous Ground Recovere
*a wearkable that the l p e six cents from a man who was Hill 113. option of the heads of delegations G u R cvr
t4no take any action until one dining In t cafe, oolston punched Along t he whole front, the c onsulted that agreement on a
ntafter the matter was re- him on the nose and also hit the Allies are maintainingthe pace of matters of substance would e ear en d n
by James. They had shr cafe manager whoinquired A to gain s which S.H.... announced reached by Wednesday, the date K H
and had now the cause of the noise. liberated more than 53 towns and Wcriginally set for adjournment, but CHUNGKING, July 17 AP).-
brought the matter tO the urt villages from July 6 to July 12. that technical and drafting work The Chinese High Command said R San Feando Jewellery Estab. and Pri
The police. he said, had Saved from more severe punish- With weather improved, American wil! require several more days. today that the Japanese made a
aoe d t da th ns olmt because of the pleadingsOf heavy bombers went after Nazi "it was decided that the closing second break-through into Heng- U ,7& COFFEE STREET i
fiSugd to t haej 1 1 or Morrison. of the Salvation General Von Kluge's second line plenary session of the confere nce ang but the Chinese recovered i ON
& thi end h e gwed Army, who came to court to tell bridge and rail communications, will be held on Saturday and thelos ground. The city, which has S H
C it should bn e dismiss. of is previous good character, battering the are through which delegations will leave BrettonS nHw been under attack for more
Convicting JAt l John Jones, a city youth found troops and supplies must pass be- Woods on Sunday." tas weeks, remained In tie
pM:"t is abunadntly clear theat atofy stealing $1, was ordered tween the Gurman border and Stubborn fight over the quotashands th encircled Chinese now
e case would not have engaged by Mr. Andre yesterday to sign a Paris. Most of the previous mis- to the ojected monetary fund- htiidg with but sc nt hope of
e attention of the court but for bond In the sum of $0 to come up aions had been concentrated on a fight brought partial reer- re if wt bu s hp
ON faet that the defiant made for sentence if called upon within the Seine-Loire ar.c, closer to the nations from six naUons n- threw In lwangtung, the Jaanese
a reprt to the police. There s oneyear. front. the sessions behind cedul right wing pushed north war from
doubt that Jack Is tlli the Jones was stated to have sneaked [Reuter stated that at the eBrl-ngs igns nt 3'ils northwet of
rUth when he says that" the de- Into a bathroom and taken a $1 tish end of the battlefront, it "sengshIng, 37 miles northwest of
fndant had stolen the umon ad imote from the clothing of a man has also been a day of extremely H11 Canton but their left win failed
w" tsing to get away, who was then bathing. bitter fighting in the same chok- Ul lsP r to reach its objective Tat tang, 706
"If t defendant's stoy were Jones threw himself on the ing dust. There has been no big mile, north of Canton. "e com-

-,f t ed efend a ntd sa ^ st r were mui u saidVC the Chines made he U ie tae.B i-%^ ^
true, he would have gone ad re. mercy of the court and Major Mcr- change but our men have edged F Wo d Securit muiue.ai the Chinese made "
ported it to the polfe the same rison said a gbod word on his closer to the road centre of F o rld Security small gains in attacks on Lalfeng-
night. After his motber.)h law behalf. Evrecy and are reported to beF rhan. half a mile southeast of
had paid the mney, James re- holding y some heights on its WASHINGTON, July 17 (AP).-- Tengchung. *_-"
aised that he would robably Convinced that Ralph Riley, des- eastern outskirts. Frank Gil- Mr. Cordell Hull, U.S. Secretary of
have to refund It, and, ukg crlbed as a half-wit, was real lard, B. B.C. reporter, speaking State announced tonight that ex-
that he should gut .somebodv in toolti n the bands of a ore astute from this front tonight, said: ploratcry conferences on the or-
trouble for that, hamade the re- designer, Mr. Andre Imposed mini- "We still hold the high ground ganlsation of a world security

SI-Se dis-^.c,^ 2! ^^^ OF lS
port to the police mum penalty of $ 00 on him for north of Equay and that the agency would bo held here probably
oithe unauthorized sale of a bottle of village Itself is back in 'No Man's early In August but that Russian
ripmgand reprimanded and dis- land.' All day the enemy has and Chinese reprentative would
charged hm forkpng rum for been driving steadily against not participate in tl same meet- POLIH
Sp~i~rd tha prpcee o s~le.our positions using elements of inp.AN JB GU ATE
NSpa JulRds Change Miel isa l le who negotiated five divisions but with no suc ThMe decision of the RuAssansN eGAAiaTEl
with a soldier for the sale and had cess and with high losses; we not to sit at th, same conference M

View Of Churchill lcte~actuall y got It for him, was con- still hold the inltiative.'" table with theoChinese,oshows a .poA ? GOR ON, G n t
vie~fn-Chuchff viced for receiving from a man IM M EDIATE_________GRANT
So o continuation of Soviet policy
LAINIMJu, 17 (OP) and was ordered to PAY a fine whoJadn Navy Mino riht tasel which might prejudice Russian D- & Co., Ltd.
= a t British $120. ineth Jap Navy Minister neutralityin. Pacific War. The
'-" meetingn s were called by Mr. Hull M D ICIEQ
Newta'"ie o Relieved Of Post .he | bis of the agreement
= 44 oh s Cofe Omade by the United- Stateas, Br-
bft rom uspallNazdis (hii NEW YORK, July 17 (AP).-Th tain, Russia and the Chinese at
toSe i a Na e i a Tokyo radio announced today that Moscow last fal HE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
most oieRnotht, Admiral Shietaro Shadai Pslwu' o world security OrganisationME LMT SUPP SCOMPAN
04ftmo with--4 g~d tompainN I),J~"relieved ofh iSPost," ,a the Jap- at the earliest possible moment, LIMIE SUPPIES
Pr"m Wmt he ew R no ne vy rd Ouceded TRINIDAD, LTD.
tyhAdmir ..L a nesN Ny inisurasId NOcT
and p said that thep a stNavy Miis.. There will be no sittings of the OF
story withoutgiving its source of grove warsituation," to unitseai~ll week.l tut ~n ~r u lnx
"Fam tur for Spain" Anti d *oWl nfornm slo" that robot& weighing efforts for certain victory."I
Sthe Allies pivleM6 u to t tons and capable of Another broadcast id that
lropaanda and activity which had being shot through the strat Sh Y Eada INeresige er rtadcatsdtt tst

WTU^~hiod resigne S Sd.e~- ,^ ff MW- biowm ^^ f f aov he ar I
eehed bythie GeaOns.It sphere as farasNew York had moce n mention of the o .of 9
inwtern ,Jul an, Denmak. 4 he I a Addition to th of Nav in 0 Kill0 Tins HA
been conce ntrted in large numbers Navy dhe Staff whicS hUada .. g-u LU u udy f a arge s ipment
-t The Stockholm newspapers are Mulr,
London Plans Highn u used bythe wermans FsWHAT IB, ofra0arm
hebobhvaspeoweapons, lie report said the lIDAlro n o k of Perfection Stove
LONDON, July 17 (Reuter)-Even miles an hour and high altitude to FURNTTiTE
LONDthe stress of war, La)ndon Isprevent interception by warplanes l' Crow n CorksO
=bu planning for the days of peace or antiaircraft fire.Ce 'PL St
a ~~~~~Miltary ex rts n L nd n w r
a11 the London County Council in Ldon were
this week is considering what Is aonreport though oneSL EnL Ofrepair
described as a system of compre r.M t wa established that
henitsive high schools. It Is prothGerma ~ns were experimenting
petdtto have a chain of abouSt0 with robots capable of travelling a 25 Chaeon Street
teLondon area whch w miV. much greater distsance than those rIare now on sale by
W n education in all Its braraw ch hitherto used against Britain.
oe tnThree Swedes just returned
;rot more than 2,000 dildren, al rom Munich estimnated today ta t uedy1t uy14 om o m r P re to
n1der one roof. It is pointed t a huge factory w ere the Gtht sdoy 18th July 1944 AFTER DISTRESS
thatsuc a scheme w .lve the" Muic esimte toda cr- Tue. B TTLESWeeaethtatpa tUfo m r P f ci n
ieblen of mifts, mans were believe to be manu- 1.30 p.m. Whatamd a ud o&a tJal
"Equality of operations is tfactur* flyin bomb engines was ttt.eye- tmoossble te oipp:y ..
of eteratiye"Is-whe S tl"e-'
i10the first ounybjective aid- "ranOl uel ta10',8o-oo !Munich', ,of BOTTLESee H COAESveItr t
down IP the LondoneCounty Go polption were left homeless from re ,atde These CHOCOLATES Stove Distributo s.
CHnMrs. Barker Mrs. Allu and others Mobjectiveasted fedinctstyin
per's report is full recent 'air rlid awed 6,000 to 8 we will sell such good and useful anI cuses alae a, i ls3 ind 41ut shipments will be rumed w
personality in the boys and girls, were killed. items as Mahogany Double D. 0 -oAy ..40z. -loz. & oz. Sizes
with Box Spring Mattress sil-afe;is -stydoieulmiAmsadaal e u sotdlatn ermt.
Robot Evacuation 5 Jap Ships Hit Matres, cyp ig. ; .and ba.. .. .. .
,mattrss, Cy slnr- led g 8r8 Dyspegula Tabhlet an ie
and. Mattress, Cyp Mirrored -rea, S A D R O P N
Speediest Of War In New Guinea Twin Mirored cp res, o1 USmI5PUBDIEgVJ APPLY: T, GeddeM Grant Ltd. S A D R I O P N
LONDON. July 17 (CP)--Mr. ADVANCED ALLIED HEAD-ringdTablebor and ChDr,nCrap. M~r 0ny. OF Rgents,
Srenu1 Willtnk. Health Minister, QUARTEGRS, NEW GUINF.A, July ro, ore Sieboard hanDinner w~k T~mdk
today that the official pro- 18 (AIP).-.lt wuann uounced this go, MTrbl ette, W iaker a, tndiilf~l fluah-h & C o OF T IIAiL
ujnimel for uremoving civilians niernin that five Japanese Al torn Chairs, 21 and 2 Burnier Oil jwh I. 3IROADWAY
coin London du robot attacks cat sisweestofie SoeSaeMneKthn ph isi 5 POTO-AI.-
lolXtit, te5 ,., .wthe "iet n m stlied aircraft. The last NiPponese and Pantry Ware, China and e.S N .h..aa, __ _ __ _
sley vcuation "ij ndm~ attack was repulsed 24 miles e____st__________________________________________
45,0was liscware, 'PHONESd er.',ars
tht3745of iae Elements of the 5 Glswrv.adBasae, ,
Ie5~5rgaeedfreautotrapped Japanese have made avlngTukadSuCseru a .
rGlf Sticks, Radio and ia
111 15,68 were taeh~uree concett attempts to brak Gent'8 Bike, Gent's Re --cc
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Boards and men, Alarm Clock.
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Triple Programme Indian iture:-
lst-Learle CoMtantin In:-
HELLO WEST INDIES Maid of tIe Mountain
Ind-DUKE 1s TOPS Maid of the Mountain
Urd-SPIRIT OF YOUTH --------
Tomorrow 8.15 p.mam

POINT FORT 2 9IN"*- ...
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TONIGHT AT $11- Plate fall articulars at
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finely Bay Estate. Appr. 4"
(Ist)- Errol FLYNN A Aleais L-Bargain
8MIai In:- 111 d%'O Estata. Appr. CW
GENTIEMAN JIM Aefte-Subject to being u-
(gni-- John GARFIELD A NaW "f KI,
COL MAN In:- b ilehai* Estate, 113 Acres -
DANGEROUSLY THEiY LIVE M 4% from 8earborough.
--_----------- Large Estate near Plynuth ?
Tomorrow- 1* 1ha:- T- E NB.-Louls Guman Thomu is
PAINTElD &TAION (Serial) ) ao willin to undertake the
sae f your estate aIMo
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197 Western Main Road
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w t. ookail hrRS .AU" -Jiad- Uawn
afte4iwads attended a et~cktal party a ft SE. sad Ate yw an fwe mMB sIno wte hae or dto you Just i t tbak -
Sa -how Inft t e mwln giants. t* racks nwi rui hard ely ,bcau It m itaoou fta-
I--1 '--a tpoei 1, l tS ton4t mato eft is O -nd y= hu and is pbaly IS Nor
eWa dol nttack etjt01111aws c T"d,
Wn SafjelRI Vtsl ot ioiy Umag t e stl d1af Un f t WeU will not be them Z
l^^^ ^ift-1ssa at^^ ae*in W"l 06 HC"
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Mu onr by r for Puert Ric. yesterday y Wa M" A t5e a 1t:1 A2Xt: s o paw-
thtchair-could Damthey both do withlo"
Wn~ g sotat 0vrm os nSna.B e& o h e 04-d D'eIt.o oL, Frisane h I fpit

30510 ~ ~ ~ ~ A pa o n os b l f r P et io y str a a ie bush Stt!W a m an. Get a s mall 4 5 f
mGeorgtta Kalamarg. _Mime Kalamares, whpo lovely voie hasu eamms. Choeoe t paint carefully At a quiet ceremony pewformen4
*Bb vtov WVDur on SeVrWl oecrarS ion, has b Von tanfdrred Ia isble, stick to darker at St. Ann's R. Church ona n8-.
W nmia tio Puertat o scti, where, her Aaa.shadies as they will not show up turdasy, lMA Narsitsia Barr-ds, the
mm" isu a* h an ,unev enness as a lighter o*ned h ofr o Mr. and Mirs, Jacin
-- il o ar-ladsa, became the bride of Sir. yth An AXTErJ~--Wl
liiaetof )ft Ste haiNorman adDr. Ivan Senior = eae h rd o i.vth Anne
E Un ^to 'of isSat e pnie -ft an d Dr.ov.n Se.~Yi o probably know that paint Raymond Twrrell of Birmingham 1
S made known at a cocktal PaStY on *day evening. Itwt be well tlrrd and strained England. EUSTON Fay ANOGB
am or Joss a family affair and those presentI nclUded Mrs. oroy If i t is at all lumpy. Better not to The bride was given away by her a. Erich k e* STIROK-E-Q
nasa. r s. Blanc, Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Senior, Mis Hilda Sen, attempt using some which has father and the best man was Mr. .W
M !r NrmNana Mr. and M Hugh Blanc, Miant .vicky ? bn lying in the house forage OCharles Wilkinson. The lH Tbhn wi oeba
i Lucy ellier, Mr. and Mrs. Hani Pogoon, Mr. and Mrs. obble s syou got some expert adveo .5
aMn l and Mr. Vi GloansttL but you are pretty safe with a now "SALUDOS
#0=' the singing of Ima Jarrett at the Trinidad Country Club T10d May's D iarytAG
e, added attra'tos were Bob n', Let your first effort be on a fiatOMA$GOMEZ
on Saturday* "add at t .aP-nsw ere Bobandsn g smooth surface and beware of Cocktal dance, Perseverance AM IGOSRA
its~~~~^ clowaf at^ Go a. a-anb lb ARR
c P t t e l & a n I IS s u c h th i ft s a sU ;d o ck h a ir s o r ra il- l b
robotic display by e urch, all ofr wn c were well-received. uc chaLISiArCOOK,lJL
The club wa A'erowM, aM usual hem days, and among o In l wvo a lote ofader to C cktal dance, Tril.adC Wountry FeaturingPa EL
agent were Mr. and MmKen Mackenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Ago gea lot o sieps to CctlHeLM
I, Mr. George Hansen, Lleut. Kellner, Miss Catherine Munday Mrs. around the article you areS going b S
and! MMn=Mr ato paint Sd keep well away from ANDREW TOMi g
ib Cham. e r. and Mrs. "Kiki" Llanos, Mr.FedandMis Forthcoming Events
Saden, Miss Gloria Laughlin, Lieut. Tom Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny tany othefurnl l ,ngs, and also put nd
der, Miss Diana Parry. Mr, Jimmy Longnecker, Mr. and Mrs. F. on topm Old clothes, because It In Movies a Information Officer, L-am-F'o. GLODE-SaN Jua
itho, Mis Jean Peake, Min Ailten Power, Mr. Johnny Agostini, Mr. martin how paitn does spread Y.W.CA,. Thursday, July 20, 8.30 IIGLOBESnll Il LBE Sn J
, C. Gilplei eieut. Jack Sell, Mr. and Mrs. Ian Goldie, Mins B. Iatbout In. riht plae ,l k p.m. TODAY, 5 and 8 30-Tonight. 8.3.-
ells, Mr. Buddy Andersol Miss Chris and MiIne LlCasado, Ensign Moble lirse are other things in Dance Portuguese Club, Sat irday, w Ira
d Mrs. Richard Barker, Misn Nourse, Lieut. Caraccoxecci, Miss Jean the Ee which you worry about July 22, 8.30 p.m. ings And The Woman rst Pat of Serial
inning, Mr. Felix and Mi Sylvia Flook, Cap*Atin and Mrs. Ken ad tink you cannot fix. An old Concert at St. Hilary's in aid of and -- VALLEY OF MISSING MEN
sIl, Mise Joan Tardieu.Mi Janet Fitzgeraid, Mims Y. Ferreira, kitchen table Is wobbly or needs Music Fund. Thursday, July 25, The Saints Vacation and OUTLAWS OF THE
Ir.F. Ostrander, Mr. and Mrs. C. rich, r. Eranie Melville, Mrs. a new top or some such. Well, be- "Music anid Memori es," Pnce's E PAN HNDLE
ielima Mahoney, Mr. John Caemens, Miss C. and Miss J. mythe, Mr. fore yo leave it and thin "that's Building, Wednesday, Augu g t- -Hst 2.__________________________H__
rd Mrs. Campbell Alreyne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Devenish, Mis no Job for a woman," turn it up 8.30 p.m.
dty Burnaby, Mrs. Emma Hugginsa, M Neville de Soutza, Miss Anne and see how it I e joined together c IN' Hm
wnce, Mrs Dori tPhillip .Mrs. Eltie varfan, Mr. and Mrs. Rixa nd what needs to be done to rB Make-up Hints. L
rooks, Mrs. Stanley Bisho Misci Merjorie Hom bersley, Miss Carmen fix it. Mabe a nail here and there, ln-D-I- fly T
oMbersley, Miss Caumen deGandlee, Mrs. Dot Oumner, Mr. and Mrs. butIn tie right place, in all that ipstlck must be smoothly applied u- -- -
bta M isi Caetm, to no smudrDse Lheo teet. Do = IV
ib Johnson, Miss 0. otaud, Asst ipt. R. Drury, Miss dClare in wanted, and no smudges on the teeth. Go B
skine-Lindop. Lieutenant and Mrs. ,Dixie" Dean, Lieu Connie E ven a new piece of wood across light on mascara. Remove old E
unt, sMan Joy Shulit. MiMss Elaine Eckel and Lieut. Dais. the top i not diMcult--awlng its make-up wIth cold cream before = SENSATIONALOPENING- STARIEtic Simultam
e ee. a really quite an easy job-tbut aou putting on new. e
I ric ROBERT HUGINS gave a large party at her home in St. lmust remember to provide yourself Be feminine, gentle, sweet sym- n an egT URS10 Y ^ "TODAI
Clair on Friday aI a welcome to her two sons, Mr. Dick and Mr. with tools which you can uses corn- pahetic. Wear soft clothes anda
rev Huggins. who arrived from Canada a short while ago to fortebly. A small hammer, a light flower in your hair. raly too
end their holidays in Trinidad. A table was set with lots of saw, a medium screwdriver and Be cheerful In your conversation e 5 te
bodies" from which the guest served thmeselvex, and a piani-t was so On. slid avoid "military secrets." Be
gaed to play for dancing, which lasted until about 1.30 am. Do not tackle heavy work re- friendly.
Among the 150 guests present were Mr. and Mrs. l. A. Della- Qtrlln six In. nails and the muscles Dance n good posture and sup- `
sta, Mins Belie Dalea-Costa, Mr. and Mrs. "Boy" Dalha-Costs, Miss of a oxer, but do not sit down, port yourself when you dance,
ii Boos, Mr. aend Mrs. Noel Miller, Mrs. Punnett, Mr. and Mrs. either, and leave everything without Be gracious, and 1i you have lots
ler Norman. Mr. and Mrs. W. Maingot. Mr. Don and Mr. Dave trying first to see what you can do. of girl friends. introduce them.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Proctor, Misa s'Teresyt. Mis (,raciela nd Mias How often do we see chickens Take stock. You must be feeM- MICKEY ROONEY
ma Osi nb. Mite Monies and Miss .June (ouseinent. Miss Angela w.nderl'n freely In and ou : of a nine. vivacious, well gr(.ame d,
otaud, Min Tessie Rostni. M! l'no Miss Eileen and Miss run simply because the wire has cheer'ful. courteous, a good dancer i

Mimal^^^ TessieN Rotat Mot lie.P Mi.n I courteous a^ ~ goddacr
eills doiVerteul. Misc Joan, Miss Moarn s and Miss Noreen D'Abadie, slipped away from the post and a real friend! And yo0 mu.st be '
a e a i de L A pen u '. M ,an ke. Mi Daphne Fitz- merely needs nailing back into po- natural. The girl who puts on an
lM, MI raceand Mss r tn arr t, Miss MlarinSa andn Mia silon, or 5ap h-s opened at the act attracts a lot of attention but
*aciela Mnralejo, Mi Jacqueline rrianex. Mr. Dick NMralejo, Mr. bottom which can easily be fixed no fri ends.
ommy taxid Mi. Willile PrueK, misiliauIkv and Mi, Conrad f*3iB~et, by means of a wooden stake,? e The effect of finle cluthea cell be (>.
r. Paul, Mr. VictSor. Mr. tGerald and Mr. Arno de Vert(uil, Mr. an All tnese little repairs can be spoiled by poor posture! Overcome

mmy and MRS WilieA Peeki- Mis l'ortsv K>I-\nl M i f ( 'onidad t'Iib mean 0! a ~wooe stakevl ? The efe t Of i l Cloth.b cm beM wfeM M1f* M ^ ji^ ,.*
I hadia, Mr. Barnard O'oonnoit, Mr. Tony, May, Mr. Fl. lder, Mr. done by the average wolnan. your posture aults.
IMiler, &m. Peter anddAir. Cecil Armiciviu and Mr. a ornn GeIt- ________ .-..-
Alt ee. R a d i o P rog ra m me s ANN
BOUT 15 gtiests attendrt a cocktail patty on 'i;,tay ginen by sac U_ S A wv, $OTHERN
SCaptain cA) and 'Ir,. R. St J. Prentioe at the captain a quart,.rs __--_-
the Royal Naval AIr Station, P. reo. Luc'kily the evelll .titu e W it' ne An..mnoicem-ntn Time Vi"A tthe N,, I'. News.
I refreshments were served in the gayden which aed been attras- 7' 1N. iusic ,Cr'inMoose R4.ntrwd i, tt Or-h. Qie PsPisa
ely decorated with coniouread tIhts and .potlights.I : .i.."..r' ne.i t from Hot,
Among thosa I saw were Comutandvt and Mis. Mead..Commander Ha ........ nd WaIgon
Marmrmer, Captain the Rev,D nd Mrs. Williams, Mr. Gianetti. Mr. :00oMitoctr)-Band Ne~s Jobile
4 Mrs. I S. .ackilltgan. Miss "t'Iy lindsay, Pay-ieiit. Comman- :I ,... Personal Althim
nd Mrs. rBalmer, Mrs. C Sheppard, Mr. Geoffrev Langdale,. I,11t .- 6 ':30..lnistrel Mci-irS Siow Time
dir. (El Hayward. Mics Marg~aret Robertson, Mi"s Claire Anduze, :4l ....'!--A SA1q
as Jqan Rapoey. and Miss Ding R&SOpeY, Mr. and Mrs. Pickles,. :00 Wi. 145t' ws zop Hope=
rt.- Comdr. and Mrs. CaoeW. Lieut.-Comdr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Isstock Uark t Repot JUDY
eut.-Comdr. and m rs. Wrrh, the Rev. and Mrs. Brigga, Miss Je oe i sni
ining, Lleutenant end Mr % Pain. Captain HFand, Lieut.-Comdr. "OAK.LAND
ltrwaux, Liriit, 'mdr. and Mrs. ('rook, 'ay-Liuutenant and Mrs o te Reor Mue from America
eitteon and Mir. and Mim, .ih. '.%g DaroestmusiceIriati.th., t -ds C
0 0 0 8 ::30 Q~~ur tdimhsr-lo PF,,. in Re, a o64cw pp"$1
4UMMING RiRD" regrets to hear' of the death In han Fernando :4..Talk..
Si0 e.t.e. mother ofr Mrs. John Leechewsn and Mrs. eA is /
on Sunday of Mrs. Dali y Hartrres. and extends her sympathy to Nows Netwnrti Rerrer Nswe a.; whl-o '1mM
le family, was the mother of Mrs7 John Lechman and Mrs.AS ..NWPvw l,,me tLatinR PhthmO
inston Ider. :. ""d 1.ndie Dance Tim
t:45 News ..-.. I-
IR ]. find MRS. VWILIAAM TIOWVDY, of Fore0st tiesm1-'e, lrft ,;nidm4 -mi ]War"Roview- -me Nig' ht Owl C!14_ ow---"to ame aimsa" ne
lent Sunday to ift to ttnitd on hIn% le'no.'T'h". intend to go 1 1 U Trus .... .. 5t ,--.j.
0 their ins In Cark ary ,Albera. arid a expect to be away for about No.smme in onWEL
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Tuesday, July 18
8.3O om.
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to merchant seame on aM
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Current landing nernlts to be
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____UDiDAD, O..a. T AT, J LY 18, 1944.

+ti ie owls MapleTo Intermediate Final

%heffied Fo ards Take.

oiours In S.AYF.A. Opener

fThua~e GuOrdlas CereieWndent
-[i m3~~j.u li41 X Sheld.n fast and youthful fer-
S swept le defdexri cWpiPletely off thetr feet to scoe A ruN
1u11 se et or0Pla to one in the opening fixture of the 8AYPA.
m park on .turda afternoon.
A %Wge Owro of oi@oker5 whie-h-
R Uv ".." .. Albe w rte .. ..
qamis Gr"Mi' S AWeUt United British
(tqi i .- Grenada, niw th(UI ll i ~il~
aathnlfdlfwhat was a ,Pfilr i "
whatws 0 a T oHold Sports

ru f-Atarh OnM August 7
|r excleeiftent and It-wA -sE
S hefeir*ds front a
*A T.-IIIi-i .KW'Wf QWd 4 *- Trlnidad Guardian Corepandent
Jla t ii 't.erfv'p ttft-* LA BREA, .uly 17-The United
BritiUah Athletic Aswociaton bring
Wi90i Mn BdtY all occasions, left ioff their annual athletic meeting
iH Pitt, the X.A.P.L.'As 1943. ace on the Mahslie Oval, begitnnlnit o
q l t lMonday. August 7.
wtodlan alm iWiaught of the "furious fve., programme. There will be the
Sop"en 2230 and 440-yard fiat races,
this spree, Selwyn Baptiste and an 3O-yard relay race.
etre forward scored two, RaaI- The majority of the other
1h Halls Inside right two, aRJ events are confined to residents of
lita Kennedy and V. Benn oNef Point Portin and the various divl-
'. s io sto that comprise the U.B.O.T.
To start th0 'ball a-rollln,. His Hcompales.
Mrshlp the Maycr. the Hon'ble T. There will be two separate 100-
Wodal, kicked off in Sheffiteld's yard sorints, 0-yarre sack race.
avour but Lanes tock the offen- 220-yard flat race, 440-yard flat
ave. race. high lump. long jump,
For the first ten minutes the throwing the cricket ball, putting
ibeleld defence units were kept the shot, 880-yard flat race, 100
w. but although they were with yard ladies' flat race, one-mile
regularity the victors' raid walking race, 100-yard three-
emed more dangerous, legged race, beer-drinking race,
TJohn Kennedy, JroWhtul i vot one-mile relay race. 60-yard vete-
inan of Shemleld nbttdd the lfrst rans: race, obstacle race and
Sfor the season with a free tuwq-of war.
k, which Pitt failed to gather. Athletes in tha various ollflields
,ot at all daunted by this early !n South Trinidad will measure
gtbck, Lanes continued to press strides in two events on the day's
id Eddie Procope ,at Inside-left prozramme-the 100-yard and 220-
owbd the equaliser and Incidentil- yard flat races which are specially
the only goal for the losers, confined to them.
wth a grounder that beat Baba AmonK the maniv divisions that
Idams, neck and crop. have already signified their inten-
With the scores level both sides ton to participate in the events
idosd rmid after raid in quest for that are confined to employees of
aLlsder and Halls put the youths UB.OT. will be the following:
IS the van with a well placed Peral and San Prancinue. Refinery,
ast a the Lanes backs fumbled Fnglneerir, Field., Englneerinr
at Mipt to clear a gri00nder. Shops, Field and Transport and
Aga. Lanes found the selv,as Offce and General.
siegoal down and with thattwevev- With Mr. W. M. Moore u pre-
-dle spirit the front linie. with sident, the following comnriAse
Ar s spearheod of the At- the committee governlne the day's
4 V0t trying Adams, whq was meeting: Mr. J. M. Fisher. Mr.
iboldng their shots with ease. Just Prank H. A. A"derxon. Mr. V. L.
before the Interval, however, they Talma, Mr. Edward Taylor, Mr.
were awarded a penalty and Char- Charles Z, Bain, Mr. N. BurnttOe,
lw who took the kick, shot jt-. Mr. J. A. Jemmott. Mr. N. 0.
tly A Adams, who gathered Julien, Mr. V. E. Lalla with Mr. A.
I WUflr an UUU. Wz *,reav

Whent play was resumed,
m s mewmed still full of
ht, but the fast moving
front line who combined
eaoont had their defencms
wept on to over-

ayers for Shel.-
Ad* .1. Kennedy,
snd R. Halls
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wIlnI an non.tll, O'-crK J.
All athletes who are desirous of
participating in the day's events
arn swclally asked to communicate
with Mr. A. Wing or Mr. N. Bur-
nette of U.B.O.T.. Point Portin.

Marine Square

Final Today...

H Marache carried the
M 'M. 8. Sg, l ey .rand 0. Thavenot with W. Somerville
N e ran the lines, as partner will clash against I.
*i ,Nothnagel and A. Partan in the
*Gere: Marine Square Tennis Club dou-
kUD: A, A. ans; F. bless finals this afternoon on the
Hypollto; 0. OTfl, .J. Ken- club's courts.
;sa. Btewsafti A. These pairs won their respective
SBaptlste, R. Halls semi-finais yesterday.
111 H. Nothnagel and A. Parftan
t Bric Pitt; W. Alleyne, defeated, A. Davenpcrt and A.
J. J. Caballero, K. Hare- Agostini 6-5, 6-3, g--.
Daniel; 0. Charlow. E. C. Thavenot and W. Somerville
T. Mark, D. Charlow defeated N. Nothnagel and T.
Oarquis. Schjolseth 3--. 6-4. '4-4.
lijiiANNOUNf CEMiiENTiiii Iir""""""i"'"h


Pointe-a-Pierre Laundry Service
have pleasure in announcing that
they have established a depot at

MONDAY, 17th JULY, 19 44
4, PON*-A.-PIERRE ROAD. (eermer P.A.P. Nao
.an4 Chaco= trlbt) AN FERNANDO.

Bead Office : plnte-a-Plerre-S! :z

Depot, 8an rdo,-104-.

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TTime-.toM.e advertised msI front m ?4t
February lost is now amended.

A revised schedule will be operative to
Tobago, Berbades and the Windward end
Leeward Islands,.

All paMsengprs kindly apply to our office for
reservation re-aflotment.


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TTinidad Ace Nightingale Hold Dauntless

Routs San Juan To Goalless Draw In N.A.F.L.
B 7 For 38 openi wbe 'a football ganesa In the Northern Amateur
7 F Football Liue 0ompatiio, Nightlngale P.C. were held to a goalless
A diaNdd bowling performance dray b V itea. on the Queen's Park Savannah yesterday.
by PrV r JWs. intercontslal at =me=iVm Ul aab ever their-+
Maple C.C. to a opno3abWy S t hlf. but
fturrun tkriwPh ovw Ban Jual,. their 0 a was batg"ed badly.
C.C. ina o n Intermn diate Dlrakes,,unum psots ex X rReach
Coptition semi-final Which the me"t outstt laen the
ended Sunday on he QIveata fie l d -Wl-on e e
Park Sa p4wh.Mi e asm ch they put to no em berton .
Jana"- eptwd sevn wicket '"']Cpem Semi fn alO
for 38 =O after he had top- IThseintgrval came and found
scored I thb Maple innings to help Dauntless though maintaining pree- upmifi l
his team to a narrow victory. e sure on their opponents, wit- a 11 1
started the rout by getting two goallesa score. --
wickete In his fir:t over at the cost At the resumption, Nightlnrlle Essex reached semi-final in Pem-
of one run, and despite a rallyinA turned the tables on Dauntles, the berton K.O. cup cricket by scor-
knock = y L. Dopwell, they nevei backs, Haynes and Mitchell, help- Ing an impressive victory over
recovered., Ing to keep the ball to their for- Hutchinson's XI in the quarter
It was C. Jackson and J. Ben- wards% advantage, final on Sunday, on the Queen's
net who routed Maple for 63 runs, In the opening of the second sea- Park Savannah.
each claiming five WiCket slion, Moore succeeded in getting A forceful knock for 47 runs by
The scores Nilhtlngale's attacks to reach no Earl Price, helped the Essex team
S MAPLr inningG$. further than the defence, to a score of 121.
R. V. Clarke Is Jackson .. .................. h 0 ha m n b w e a e o .
J. Blackan w b He nn.tt ..... This did not Improve things., the Chapman bowled as a demon
A. Jose c a & Jackson .....:..... Nightingale forwards following up to bag five wickets for nine run,
. clark* b Jackson ................. poorly and allowing many scoring in sklttling out the Hutchinson's
P. Ho. Jo*I B. bagan b jati'o1 0 chances to go begging by poor XI batsmen for 59 runs.
X. Lelb Ibw. b Bennett ..... shooting. The coreS were: -
C. Patrick not oUnt 05 At the concluding stages, Daunt- asx
H. Chatiri. ab 11 ntt .... ... .HilpI I akn
L. W nr b Bennett ...... less' Drake, centre-half, Joseph, b W in .
R. Beet b Jackson ........... centre-forward, atnd rlqht-winger R. Chtpmann b Francois . 11
xtras ............................ CoUllymore. made hard bids to carry L Chapman b Francois ,
Total .. . ofT the fixture but to no a Ill., the Ponro 1w. Bapt im .............
BOWLINQ ANALYRIS stolid defence line frustrating the w. McKold b Baptis ... I........
0 M W onolurhts. B. Thorns b Duverney 24
B. Sham an .......... ..... 1 11
i.. Dopwe4 .............. 4 4 0 Mr. H. Yates refereed the game. .iAll not out .................i
el Douglas b DU eN, y .... ..
C. Jackson .................. 1 T The tamits were : r. Chapman b Du vernov . ........
J. Bennett .... ...... 0 NIGHTINGA.:-J Sheppard; A. lEllte eMille b Manners ....
SAN JUAN INNINGS C. Hayne R. Mitchell (capt.); P. ............. ................... 7
1 Elicoek b Patrick . .... In Rollins. P. Simon. B. (C rr '. 'ot ........ ...... .......... ....121
B. BhaBsn ibw b Jon s.............. m .art WSheIoarI P CorbIe, R
R. Dottin c R. Clarke b JoneB.. S ma rtW Shepoard F C i ANALYSI
M. Antonio e R. Clarke b Jones .. Tavlo mnd C. Clarke. H .W. 0 M W
C. Jackson Holder b Patrek ...0 DAUNT'i. .-R. i Mnnere .... ... 0 1
K. Shean e &b Jones ... Moore. 0. Ashbv; C. ills, V. 'C. Watkins .. ........ t '
1- D well b ,in, -- 32] ...t .... .. .... 6 2.. 17 2
1. RDoo.nath R Clak,.,k,. b Jones Drakes. H. Daniel:, B, Collvmore, Ct I. .................. 7
A. Baptiste... ..............3 I0172
C. Walthe b Patrick I..... Bethelmv, A. Joseph, L. Daniel and1, 2 .......... ........ ........ 1 0 14 0
K. rfingh lo Otit .ashl D v.r y ... ... .......... 12 3
J. Bonnettc herrie b Jones 9 .ls hev
atra T.......... ........... 4 TOMORROW'S MATCH MUTCHINSON'S XI
'tal.. Ea'les will oppose cliwell on the H. Hill b Pricer ....... 4
Tota ..................... Pue an' p rk vanreih In a N.A, i. Frnenoi Hlllop b onrose
BOWLIN4G ANALY14 o P .T,. shield fixture. o. Mlatnner- V b F Chapman h
o w. M R Mr. H Ward will referee. 1.c.man ..p
. n .............12 1 38 7 _-- _ C MillscHislop bPrice . A
C.Ptik.. ...10 1 17 3 ~N. Laee tAall h. Price tt0
M. Lolba ........ 1 1 0 0 I I A. BHptalle c Fonrose b P. Chapman 0
0. Invincible W in 2nd 1 'atisrt hm t2
.. Duverney h F r Chapman .........
I l ss mi-fnal Hutchisanno ou ..(-L1.'......... s

Invincible C.C, edged cut East
Indian C.C. by four runs to win
the Bonanza ibecond Clas semi-
final on Saturday on the Queen's
Park Savannah and qualified to
play Bata C.C. in the final on the
ougeen's Royal College grounds
beginning Saturday.
iwnvinoole batec first and col-
ected 99 of which Abdul raea-
man made 28 not out, Ned Shufler
13. M. Maraj 12. and Y. Khan 13.
East Indian'a best bowler was
B. Dwrlka. who claimed five
wickets for 2 runs.
a41t oilafln replied w .th 95
runs.. od Joseph top-scored with
30-and J. Alexander scored 12
Successful bowlers for Invincible
were Fred Shuffler, four for 20
and Yacob Khan two 13. Khan
broke 0nin between P_
Joseph r Alialndir when the
score was 52 runs for four wickets.

Tropkal Batteries
WMSLtta~fi 0) --MnM few O
TRtOPaLL er -Im a new *
.e r ar dae or LIGHTING
We have a Mk quantity
ef new U S Iattrles,.
StaUdmird Motor
Pert-ef-1paln S a aMawde


Tacarigua Local
Road Board
In aiordance with Section 50
(1) and 5S of the Roads Ordinanc.
Chapter 16 Nr h. it is hereby noti-
of the above oard will be held be.
tween the hours of 9 G,. and 12
noon and between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
of Thursday 20th July, 1944 at the
following stations:-
The Warden's Office,-Tunapuna
The Warden's Office,-Arouca
The Oovernment School,-. St.
for the purpose of filling the seats
of two Members going out of Office.
Candidates for Election must
give at Mlast seven (7) clear days
notice In writing to the r-halrma',
of the Board before the day of
Assistant Warden, St. George,
Returning Officer.
Warden's Office,
1th July, 1044.
Sam rnaie
At 14i P.
Inutructed LW Mr. c.R. D
Shannon who wil soon be leaving
this Colony, I w il mUall his
valuable n4 well-kept furniture
On* MW3 Si MUl5 t (4 plem)
with Cushions complete, two large
Carpet, Oe* Standin Eeetric
Lamp, one Lady's Witing Desk,
ne set of three tab oe s itte.
ien Dining Table Breaf *
Table with tour Chairs. asix Din-
ing Chairs, one China Os beW,
one Dinner WaPo0. one S11e-
board, one .0. Radio, two eu-
Pu (OJ. 14" blades) one
Me: Deak, seven 3r A- a r I"
Be with spring. one amaU Ion
Cot. twe *Dreeing Table. one
Miutr Wardrole, ome larg
Wftker Armchair, Clothes
aome (Large), o* = 1I RSiu.
one Readlg LA amee av-
nr Cabnet. O N ot and
Rat Rack Oe Lawn Mowr.
onme RIfth flteak

Total ......... ..... ................ .. b9,
,. 0oM "t W
B" Jlthnaomn no u............ -
T.. rhopman .. . . o
C. Price ........................... 1 0 A 3a
F. C hapman ........................... 3 0
H. Fonrose .. ........ .....2....... 0 B 1
The chanmp.on Fordham XI
will meet the Rent fi, the opening
match of the 1944 football season
on Sunday morning on the Savan-
Secretaries are asked to note
that entrance fees close this w.ek.
Sub-Registry San F,:nando.
No. 14 of 144
the Mitter oi
The Infants Ordinance Chap. 5
No. i1
And in the Matter of
A Peitlea hereunder of IAN
lafant wndea the age f 31 years
by his guardian and next friend
ENA 8T' ",A SM "H
PUBLIC NOT.CK is h 'by given
thAtt, by order of Hi H ow r Mr.
justice J. L. Mataleu-Peres made
In the above matter o0. the 30th dly
1 May, 1944, there will be put -p
for sale before the doors of the
Court House In the Towi. of San
Fernando on Thursday, the 27t.1
day of July, 1944, between the
hours of I and 2 p.m. ALL AND
SINGULAR that certain piece or
parcel of land comprising ONkC LOT
together with the building thereon
situate In th Town of an per-
ia.do in thp Island of Trinidad,
known nd assessed as Number a
V -rias Street Nr ... and bo",,nded
on the North :. lands now or form.
erly of S. G. Aaria on the South
b- lands of 0. D. William on the
Eatbv lands formerly of the said
Ea Stella Smith but now of Carl-
ton Kenneth Mack and on the
West by warris Street Nc th, at
t upset )r reserve price )f
Dated this ',lit day if June, 1944
W. F. 0. PAUL,

Sports Thursday
With Arthur Pascall, last year's
champion, out of school. Clyde
Leiba 11 favoured to top the senior
division at the Tranquillity school
sports, which will be held at the
Queen's Park Oval on Thursday,
starting at 2 p.m.
Leiba was beaten into second
berth in running for the senior
championship by Pascal, who ruled
the field in the flat events, carry-
ing off from 100 yards to one mile.
A. Sorzano, lsefg ear's junior
champion wwl i t n stamina
and strides wS Leiba the senior
section, whetor the 1944 laurels.
keen contest should take place
among the many pronisirg youths
in the lower division.
Mrs. H 0. B. Wooding will dis-
tribute the prices ..

Now I Do Slep Well

*Now I awake rsted and bright
and ready for another day of work or
pleasure. And work is a pleasure
when you feel well."
This is the experiece of many
women who have learned to depend
on Dr. Chase'a NERV FOOD to
help them whenever loss of sleep,
chronic fatigue or indigestion gets
them down.
In Dr. Chase's NERVE FOOD you
get Vitamin Bt and the essential
minerals which go directly to the
building up of new pep and energy
and better health.
Ask for the new econ.
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Dr. Chase's
Nerve Feood


Wilson Street, St.
Saturday 22nd July
1.0 PJ.M.
Iuatrusted !ar Mrs. 0. Sing we
will s all her well-kept and
ueful Purnlture comprising :-
Two Cyp Single Beds with sapringp
and mattresses Crap. Double Bed
with Co Spring and Meattram.
81enmoi S1ingle Bed with spring
and Uagttrfs: Child's vman Press.
Locuast Len Pressm. Bath Towels.
Sheets and Watermproof sheeting.
Child'4s Press with Glasm Den;
Crap. Tell Cheat of rawers, Cta'
OomintlIon Prem and Dr-m,
Thr7 M rrored Crap. Drem a
Stol. Crap Gits css:9.
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