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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.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
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mans Flee South:Nazi Oil

ist Powerful Targets Hit

Dured Advance A -2 Factory


Iatu tank column
truday, and a thu
if Avranche s at th
Sing to cave in a1I
is route to Inland
*Wdsfought back
uances, once a
M transport hub
,. squadron upon
se-bmIbers ham-
iM fleeing on the
I t with burn-
00a that on the
K Vront United
Sinadlan troops
.MW the bulk of
rwin Rommel's
'NM holding tac-
VIited Kingdom
6 forces of the
ia in line with
Allied strategy
1. the Normandy
.i whole and not
F rwIn Rommel
14iy attack as the
*'in a limited five-
Sthis escape imute
h de Cenilly, pulled
ie iO Gast, south-
and about seven
to road. The at-
I beaten off.
nntly bound for
farther east,
Ms whose capture
b the midnight
in an eight-
to within less
is, miles
,said field
on wM buck-
ille front from

^^^*MlUthe, coastal
e-mile drive
met tanks
'fve miles down
y, site of the
H ^ first day of
of the line, a
in another
St. Lo and half-
rod road centre
tpR^ttal of lower
3 of the triangle
s, Vire and
S in enemy
eMneandy Penin-
leral Omar
,lnged unchecked
spread over 200
the largest
SEurope in this
des catches said,
P. prisoners neared
m buried 8,311
f' tour days, fighting
rted that the
southward by
in a with-
i dom n Africa.
the Allied tank
|unchecked and
Sdrives upon
had the tone
B home front for
WO froom the whole

4 t day's gains west
00 whole American
Sahalf miles mouth
0, nr aCuerin.
l l PAOel coL. *,

And Ploest Fields
18 LONG Get Bombing
ATM I, July 29 (AP)-Two con- sup m AH
a smashed into the northern edge QUARTERS ly)29 (AP).-More
thn I150(1 American heavy bomb-'
rd, launched to the southwest, to t 1500 Amde two gian heavy bomb-againstl
ie base of the Breton Peninsula in Germany's ebbing oil supply yes.
terday, and the German radio this
the.enemy's western INTormandy morning said bomber formations
d France. were over Heligoland and other
-. - raiders were over western and
_-- ---. central Germany and East Prussia.
Thieves StealAt one a.m. D.N.B. announced
T ieve Steal interruption to Its transmission
Papal yres for 'technical interference" which
Papal Tyres is often an indication that Berlin
VATICAN CITY, July 29 is being bombed.
(AP)-Thieves broke Into Vatl- Aore than 1,000 Britlsh-based
can City and stole 10 auto- Flying Fortresses and Liberators
mobile tyres. Papal gendarmes were blasting the Leuna synthetic
disclosed today. Tyres in Rome oi : ac:ry at Merseburg in cen-
are worth almost their weight tral Germany yesterday while 500
in silver. Mediterranean-based bombers plas-
.. .- tered Ploesti for the 12th time.
Counting the heavy fighter escort,
T ow n N earoto bout 3500 to 4,000 craft made the
Town N\ear two operations.
T w N e A Merseburg was obscured by
Florence Falls thick cloud necessitating path-
S l finder bombing, but the pll-ts re-
Flo e c FJall ported apparently good results.
To N .Z Tr oop on the eastern flank of the Nor- I
mandy battlefront. fighter-bomb-
To N .Z. Troops ers awept across the battlellnes at
near tree-top level, blasting Ger- I
man tank concentrations and at
ROME, July 28 (Reuter)- In least at one time they blocked a
Italy New Zealand Lroop s of the counter-attack at Verriers. A num-
Eighth Army driving towards Flor- ber cf times columns of 25 to 30 1
ence have captured three towns, tanks were driven off the roads
one of them sx miles from FO. -Into nearby woods.
ence Itself. B.B.C. reporter, Michael The air offensive of the Ninth
Reynolds, who is with the New Air Force fighter-bombers based
Zealanders, said in a despatch sent in France destroyed more than 40 S
off yesterday that there is just one tanks and at least 65 during V
niore bit of high ground to be over- Wednesday's fighting alone. A
come before the city Is reached. Air operations en both sectors A
On the New Zeaianders' left flank, of the front have been "extremely A
other Eighth Army troops are succeSsfil" although they have
keeping up their drive to the river been badly hampered by low tI
Ao, west of Florence. Southeast cloud and rain virtually since the D
of Florence the Eighth Army has offensive was launched.
made local advances between the Soon after dawn, Thunderbolts In
Arno and the Tiber. and Lightnings roared out on day- Ji
On the Adriatic sector Polish I lng sorties against transport w
troops are now firmly established bridges in the network between 51
along the river Mist, and patrols Paris and the coast, hitflnt ral. -
are already across. There has been yards Buell, southeast of Evreux ni
patrol activity on the Fifth Army and north of Malntenon, two w
front. spans across the Noire, transport at C
--Prcvins east -f Paris and an air-
t field southwest of Bourges. p
t A tThe enemy's ordeal began short- .I
T ito A tt& lacks, ly after midnight on Thursday an
When Lightnings, attacking frther bi
west than usual hit a railyard
In .Serbia near Chateau du Loire between t
Tours and Lemans. N
LONDO, Jy 2 A-M- German air opposition over b
LONDON, July 28 eAP).-Mar- the battle ground continued to be
shal Titoa communique said today negligible. Both flak and fight- t
that Allied 'planes are keeping up ers were thick over Merse-
a campaign of strafing and bono- burg, piloi reported, and the Oc
Ing enemy troops and hias lines of raid cost seven bombers and ta
communications, and in Yugoslavia two fighters. Five enemy fighters sti
they were chasing off German air- hot down M
craft. The Liberaticn Army was Mouwere to stung Stuttgart
nl.mosquitoes sug t ttgar
mounting new counter-attacks again iast night and the German th
against strong concentrations of radio reported Insterburg, key th
Germans. Bulgarians,. Albanians railway junction in East Prussia, sh
and Chetniks in Serbia. New crip- was aiso hit as the result of a raid gr
;ling blows against German-held by the Soviets. so
rail lines leading to Italy were *R.A.F. Mosquito bombers, taking a
struck. advantage of heavy rainstorm, th
.... ---sneaked past German defences on
Dr. Muir To Ma e Thursday nigtt and blasted the o
Dr. M uir To Make important radio Installations of
U S Tor S0 Sylt, one of the ncrth Frisian
.. Tour Soon I.slands off the German northwest
Dr. Ernest Muir, Superintendent coast. G
of the Leprosarium at Chacacha- (tPLKA ( TU'N TO PAGEo COL. l1

care, has been invited by the Lep-
rosarium of Carville. Louisiana, to
visit the US., the '"Trinidad Guar-
dian" was informed yesterday.
It is expected that Dr. Muir will
leave early in September and will
remain in the U.S. for about 10
Financing of the trip and accom-
modation, it is hoped, will be met
from funds of the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare in the
West Indies.
Dr. Muir is Medical Secretary of
the British Empire Leprosy Relief
Association and Secretary of the
International Leprosy Association.

New Comic Strip


Jamaica Doctor
For Post Here
..ppointment of aI assistant
bacierlogst ad S atboloit to
Dr. J. L. Pawan Is under oonid-
eration of Goverament, and i ais
very likely that a doctor from Ja-
ms ilea wi be selected for the
post. the "Trinidad Guardian"
learnt from officalll source yester-
Appointment of the Jamaica
doctor wil depend, however, on his
reeling to take a sbcrt course In
ondon g intropiLcal medicine.
Government has already written
him to thi effect and Is now
awaiting a re'lIy.

Medical School Start
Set For September 1
Offical start of the medical
school here for the training of dc.
tars and others from Wet niRAn
Colonl. int the carn oftwS5
d11WOe tI planned for --li

glo-OrIe C Omiandon a.n
Wther UnportasOU IJL -sUlt
of ia wtalim.

i "Sunday Guardian
in flrna uarian

Brazil To Follow
U.S. Policy

-The Rio de Janeiro morning
newspaper "O'Jornal" editorially
referred to the Argentine situation
under the tit.e, "Working the
same ground," in which it af-
firmed that the Brazilian position
would be similar to that of the
United States. It says that Pan-
A.nerican solidarity is the "proper
basic structure." for Brazil's policy
and, "for that we broke, with
the Axis, and for 'hat we went to
The editorial asserts: "Thus it is
certain that Brasu's entire effort
tends toward continued unity in
the idealism of frat rnlty in the
community of free people."



Infantry Crack Lwow Strongpoint

supported by a tank, at the left, eviet infantrymen charge a German strongpoint In the
area of the Fitst Ukrainian front, according to the Moscow caption accompanying this photo
was received by Associated PressM In New York by radio from Moscow, on July 21 and airnm

New Bishop

Of Antigua


ST. JOHN, July 27 10P)--OI
t. James' Day, the Rev. Rathanie
illliam Newnham Davis. formerlI
rchdeacon of St. Kltta and Nevis
as consecrated ninth Bishop o
.ntigua and later enthroned in
he Cathedral of St. John thi
The Archbishop of the Wee
idles, assisted by the Bslahop o
amaica, the Bishop of the Wind.
ard Islands, the Bishop of Nag
iau and Bishop I$a, omeimi
Bishop of Antigui, consecrated tit
ew bishop, who in the afternoon
as enthroned by the Deen of thi
Both ceremonies moved with
recision and reverent pageantry
Accordance with ancient ritual
id tradition. The music was
beautiful throughout.
The sermons were preached a
ie consecration by the Bishop of
aswa and at the enthronemeni
v the newly-consecrated bishop.
Today is outstanding in the his.
ry of the Church, being the first
ecasion when a consecration has
ken place in the cathedral con-
ituted by mandate of Her Late
ajesty Queen Victoria In 1842.
A congregation of 2,000 filled
e church at both ceremonies and
he reverence of so many wor-
ippers formed a beautiful back-
cund to the quiet dignity and
lemnity of ceremonies at which
devotional atmosphere prevailed

;oebbels Opens
ireat Manhunt

QUARTERS, July 38 (AP.--Dr.
Goebbels today instituted a great
manhunt fcr soldiers and workers,
threatening slackers with "ruthless
measures', as the German military
move Indicated that the Nazis are
prepared to gamble against the
total destruction of the Wehrmacht
and make the "holy German soil"
a battlefield.
Dr. Goebbels' decree, issued
through Sauckel (the l ab ,ou chief




In The Chamber Of
Commerce Yesterday
(1 Chamber unanimously
adopted special committee re-
port on facilitating shipments
to ard from Tobago by coastal
(21 Mr. A. Hile, acting Food
Controller, and Mr. L. Spence,
Control Board Secretary, report
on ciseLba:oIs in U.s.A. and
(3) Chamber sen.t back Ln-
empl:yment and health insur-
ance major and minor reports
to committee.
(4) Chamber president an-
nounced: Return of old cham-
ber meeting room on South
Quay; Red Cross InvasLn
drive netted $286 0W. Chamber
members rs*ed Ir tnort-
,4tlmon their p it- m tvUm
to entaretn
IT f

hV.C. For

Dead Airman
LONDON, July 28 (Reuter)-The
Victoria Cross has been awarded
posthumously to Flight-Lieut. David
Ernest Hornell of toe Royal Cana-
t dian Air Force.
S Although his aircraft had been
badly damaged he pressed home an
e attack on a U-boat in the face of
heavy fire and finally sank it.
d Hornell was captain and 1st pilot
of an aircraft on anti-submarine
patrol in northern waters. His
aircraft was hit as it closed in on
Sthe submarine and Its starboard
engine and wing were set on fire.
The whole aircraft was hit in many
places and was vibrating violently
and very difficult to control but
Hornell decided to press home the
attack. Although he knew that
with every moment his chances of
escape were getting more slender
he took the aircraft down and
straddled the U-boat with depth
charges and sank it. Then he
brought the aircraft cown on the
sea and his crew of eight took to
the only serviceable Oinghy. This
could not hold all of them so they
had to take turns in the water. It
was 21 hours before a rescue
launch reached them. By that time
two of the crew had died and
Flight-Lieut. Hornell was blinded
and exhausted. He dltd shortly
after being picked up.
The official citation said that

Japs Repe

In New TI

From Aita
The Japanese have ma
unsuccessful effort
through the American


Russians Encircle

j 3 Nazi Divisions

On East Of Front

LONDON, July 29 tAP)-Russlan troops, racing up the em aid*
of the Vistula River, swept to within 20 miles of Warsaw yesterday,
captured Brest-Litovsk, encircled three German divisions far to the
east, and in the south toppled the oMd fortress cities of Prxemysl and'
SYaroslaw on the trunk line to German Silesia.
The communique said the Rus-
slans, hitting towards Warsaw in U A /T
pursuit of Germait troops reeling ',,z^,.,
back into the suburbs of the Pol- .lis tbuf7 ^
Ish capital, captured Koblel, 20 /.i
miles southeast of the city. They '
lWo took Sienlca. six mlles east of
Kobiel, and Cezlow, 13 miles
north, .. At ,U..

I leuter reports an Order of
the Dav from Marshal Stalin
ev's that tanks, cavalry and
troops of the First Ukrainian
Ai'my forced the River San at
Lwow a new point and capturee both
which Przemsyl and the nearby town
called to of Yaroslaw. Przemsyl is about
a third of the way from Lwow
to- Cracow and is the Junction
l for trains through south-
lie eastern Germany on their way
1 i to Cracow and Warsaw. I
The Germans are still stagger-
1ru ing wetward all acros Poland
1iUs nL n the Baltic states. There is still
no sign of a German stand and
some believed the Germans might
,pe | give up Warsaw. Southwest of
Stanlslawow, the Russians wept
to within only a few miles of the
(Reuter,- Czech border on a 30-mile front,
de another striking for the Carpathian moun-
to break tain passes leading into Czecho-
lines east slovakia and Hungary.

o0 Aitape in New Gulnea. In a
cable from Altape, Hayden Len-
nard, of the Australian Broad-
castlng Commission, says these re-
cent breakout attempts by the
Japanese have led to some of the
fiercest fighting in the whole New
Guinea campaign.
The Japanese, he says, are be-

action, for example, the Americans
fought the Japanese In the jungle
undergrowth and within half an
hour killed 222 of the enemy and
lost four men killed themselves.
An AJtape despatch says that in
15 days' fierce fighting the Japan-
ese lost 2,600 men. Their losses
from Allied bombing and shelling.
rot yet estimated, will bring the
total much higher.

2,000 Japs Killed
In Guam Battle
Admiral Nimltz announced that
Americans beating back an enemy
attack north of Orote Peninsula
on Guam Island had wiped out
approximately 2,000 Japanese sol-
diers on Tuesday morning.
Admiral NTimtz, Pacific Fleet
Commander, told of severe fighting
beginning before dawn on Tuesday
morning in the northern beach
area. On Orote Peninsula more
than 2.000 additional Japanese
troops were being dug out of their
positions in pill-boxes and under-
ground shelters,
Enemy troops there, he said,
were using artillery, automatic
weapons and mortars In large
quantities to halt the advancing
American lines which cut them off
on the peninsula.
I In the Central Pacific,
American troops now hold the
northern part of Tinlan Iiland
in the Marianas, Reuter said.]
Japs Retreating
In North Burma

oommanied all Germans not em- Flight-Lieut. Hornell displayed val- SOUTH EAST ASIA COMMAND
played in vital-war work to regis- our and devotion to duty of the HEADQUARTERS, Kandy, July 28
ter with draft offices for war jobs highest order not only In the way (AP)-it was announced today that
by August 15 or "be regarded out- he pressed home the attack but Japanese forces were quicittenln
side the fighting German commun- also by the encouragement he gave their withdrawal along the road of
Sit and face ruthless methods." his comrades in the ordeal, north-eastern India, under strong
.... --"--=-'------_a---- ir supported attacks, and are abln-
.oning equipment and blowing up
Self-Government After War su apply dumps. Enemy troops were
als]Stoatteptig to dsegae, h
Ales on the 'Iddim road.
Pledge To India Still Stands s
Folu three strongpoints.
__..___________ In northern Burma Allied troops
LONDON, July 28 (Reuter)- Mr. L. S Amery. the Secretaryef o haveiou a eftor lioutdYi*n
State for India, told the House of Commons today that the Govern- ,"a and in the town itself,.
On the Indo-Burme4e frst
mentstood by the proposals that were laid before India two years ago. Ih Army troops have cotintind
"We shall stand by them. in {bhe--.. to advance along the roadfrom
hour of victory as we did in theI concern at the present disunity In- PaWel to TamU, The Japa e ar
days of adversity. We shall also! side India. pulling out faster from their main
mand and. for the sake of India's Mr. Pethwick Lawrence. Labour, defence positions about eight 1111e
peace, must stand by the-indispen- who opened the debate, said it was beyond Pael.
&able conditions that accompanied supremely important today that -
Sthem" the Indian Government and the ; IT tr
When air Stafford Crippe took great Indian peoples should be In six U.S. DJl tors
out our propoals." he said. "we In- the comity of nailonsa and Indeed *A Qfj5
listed on the right of each Mulim' wlih the power of decision but, he O1n nOSr DIltl OU
province to atand outside anv eron- sald, 'we In this House cumnoti "' n 'Ho s _t.eS. t .e.ra
stitutlonal scheme whi, I l,-nprledl solve that problem. It reRt wt-l bi Uomn' ed th i octa eh"i
their way of life or lowered their the idi dan peoples themslves. I ..t.laned to.tha Loln eIs
status. We were equallv clear that Mr. Amery told the House .vai- i,.t of dO.tos.I t a umen tute
we were not prepared to make non- thine of the plans for_ unpro Tonf dott the "Trfda E- s
agreement am excuse for the Inde- the welfare of India. The 'overn-I e..M'v ,eirdre -ay.
InIte postponement of lndi's free- meant of India wa submltttn' Their u'slg-nmwnt to ities al
dom" i plan to otible the agricnturalt here is only a
O Scps:It over the next 15 vts' ---and-whes Ow eA
NO STARTINs POINT hht Mr. irpreducational plans aimed. in tiu swa O
|Mr. Amerv sId that Mr. Osndhi'sI at providing tree education for all ar hieft I cosnne"OifII
r rcint proposals to the Mugim boys sndi grs up to 14 Tin ii., Lla -t- .-
League were fu s M a reponse would Invotve nearth 7 000.0001 __ ,_ _
to Lord Wa l iamsam W p'ro- teachers ind would eventually cost_
dure ronsftiUlv pIa fo d idWl then a 38.400.000Mo a a ear. pat
got, ford ~sv a sew cuass itt NKI N 3 *10 planned to build 4B00MM .000cd to"j
P^O0m g r i of ",a owp 10 years at a2 u a l a
theiesl e u'~ '- '~e' YIN""0=1 Ie ne
Governmen 0% ttno r WIN ff~tU ~ ^ r~u l 1
&Y deb'le on f -I wfeel
several members *n=*WT e ""W t ",
Indit saum elf-imulI 'I I u.
go e sm a UupUU

Moscow despatches said the Ger.-
mans are retreating across the,
frontier. Soviet forces overran 760 9 t
towns and villages ip addition to British 'Subs's ink
the major stronghold, of rest-
Litovsk. Przemsyl ad Yaroslaw. 21 More
In northern Lithuania the Rus-, JA
slet phmged to within bo.mile LONWDON. JuV <
of Riga, Latvian capital on the B'ritish submil a i r Easter
Baltic, with the capture of Joni- waters have recently destroyed 21
skis, 23 miles north of Slaullai. more Japanese supply vessels and
I The German radio Reuter other craft in intensified opera-
Bays, announced tonight Lhat tiol:s against enemy Whippin.
Allied aircraft were flying to- Several more ghips lncludin- tw4
wards East Prussia.l medium sized supply snhpS and
In the liquidation of encircled tanker, were damaged. Britis
enemy troops in the Lwow area, submarines have also sailed iosS
the Russians said they killed 8,000 Inshore and shelled oil tanks O
Germans, and captured 1,500. Also the northeastern coast of 8umatra
captured were 35 tanks, 250 guns, and military Installations on Ut
420 automobiles, 500 machine- northern part of Ron Island.
guns, 60O armoured transport, 20
railway trains, more than L,000 Beaverbrook to Hold
horses, large quantities of ammu- H.
nation and other equipment. Aviation Talks
f Reuter reports, in a radio LONDON. July 28 (Reuter)-.10.
despatch to the BBC from Ohurchill disclosed in the ouie-
Moscow, Paul Winterton of the Commons today that Lord aVwl
London "News Chronicle" says book, who li at present leadg am
the Red Army is on the eve of British oil delegation to the ited
the battle for Warsaw. It is States, has authority to 1) tin
not going to be an easy battle over there the discussions o a
and it may not be a quick aviation which were started
one.] LLondon In the spring.

19, St. Vincent Bireet,


The magnificent assistance given to the Asi-.
ciation and to the Colony's War effort gpnerlly
by those Firms that contribute to tih
Advertising Space Pool is gratefully acknow-

The present restricted size of the doily popeI"
would make it impossible without this help t
give adequate publicity to functions, fiNhim.
statements, etc., dealing with the Colony'S WW
effort and the Assciotlon's thuks l b e
expressed to the Maongement and Steffs of H*
"Trinided Guardian" end the "Po' p -A
Gazette" for their wholehearted t

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S 1 It101114toosteamer is due to Maso ft af "Lsi an on unmploy- a Trinidad. Importers and.Cholew hae., he e oefe bsti mIs till __________________i__....
B i s c B Tton .= oth Isu .rt ance, utheh1.36= .tf p2 hr T, ty l M o..e, t weltol.gtan.. S B O
'p iz a a ontrbatid NW th cop atweeslt.trcentsotngand whr fll c Vihavoes.Z" tissn-n
bouts l t thai a n kta 11bn 4 eoad sen the ir goodst WadLyICommber O Om5rce at yester- Items now on the bulk purchase rdonte i SA t Ph" _SON "Fn
ad twc cheto lttt itTobagotWareouLMeo u mea "ut, he added. "ItJll felt margin for Ue eeuBiM 3 O

H h~~iav Idenui warglor pf c omplai wercouled thna b he chamer in "' ^, ouneS."11'1"^^18c ee twa h eieo t r-f~~ ~e jli ai haa
theret c10 141hch1, th oulde urre t otes etl eo The t h h md b Items o
a nIdre a t waeln roI ete"go aoza t afto r oe abln to-s d-S facn- ful l Asere d rI OF FE N A ( 193)
Sb e eh i ton e ere, would be more readily pro- pe o ted. ma avt+

H ar d goollds to ascp won srde-* C8eo e amcerdin wto th one vrlu mi~tde n *aned tohartw Its And w ould bi e mo r rea d htit oldy b ^a" fundterai thl ordrcn ,*K~p~nnK <* ^- ^ k ;
a tro Wo a t po Corts nsgnment d ta r .. H O P M ha cured by me ans of buii purchas- derived forom theat udddr-StO i H \ Of I
c0 aisber to 44- gWould fciltat ttloturIn, it -B OO
*t t yebrtindbut too lcominlg Mr. SpeanLdMr. rero m the BtlpII
B th0e Sport AM actk ar oerfe- Ing of the steamer Whichd to i Ilour, It 10 ?Otc 0n iierdco
to ether 0he m110 report Or the Ratthe mer tin the pre ado tent taabipmenb to the Wet d y (-ce H s G1rocr
M do v .t a ooimdiae o mmene d wheemeertthe wthe or sidet of other te. should be tr. ot. t. 1110 ay.. doe .c t House Groc
minority report before first care:said: "I am pleased to welcome in regard to grade and Snob- &JI of sW Im
t orole trhesirtuation. ins of the Inward cargo haud been ful ier oo them to the chamber. this mornangMi whr he p o a o
complAITOIIUII' eaete ovdned hatffthe sunview was shared by adM. Hl.wh aeqw raLA ,- ---- i ---- --^0%t%
CT GENUIN "We are convinced thatIt the ]r.a tW. that Pc, who htted thao tkily consent th orn t e hoiasre BULK pURCHAriGe of b I
scemBtt eed abys the oilgl canonle b- the ommtte oapin c ted to eon- ad tell o the resu to N pm d11 es 10t1M
pe ommei tt in b their re-ndm s ated mitted by the Harbour ginger the matUar I d no doubt of their Icet It to the U.S.A.Wie te ocano W rch iv e 2 iods TenI"fd
m it mitheir ree- s e oere bte n b- on -i l and toluerl by the 3o dayrc h ai u
eadbyst were put into operatonitwodnda.Ishould ike to take d er .,
S After going into the matter we completely solve the dfit es given ateou to both reports e re m o e tbuh e to I v
ar satiuttied that the merchants bein experienced at present hend t nh and Me 0 the Chunb riv opportunity n conpa ulating o th roe aric l of lo a n OU
found tb egooi,.gi v-wdas he fo'ndd" him- Mr. me"* *a p -- to .mretter for th. +--.----, 14011t 04,ft" gd
hAeve genuine cause for complaint weerecommend t hatt dhep Thet t ent r- hereie waos tde asd hhte foud o In theooy s t i a mte r e
regarding the conditions which should urge Government to take sef in t ha.vr.g ida ver dif pi nto ta at the Red House. I oam ther avoid *ta totdesaatrimclkIntm. slded
m i respect to the handling of steps with the object of havin t vote He ft c labrt eedthat Govemo ent taish Colonies Supply Miibol to iuO-Tridad comdypsigedfd ,d I bl
g*s for shipment of the Tobago necessarv materlals made, Jil should be circulated to membeshave m en It not t remove him aidasigoPfspsibebul r-fela ds and hne perhes ,M
to enable an Immediate start bengor their consideratlon before Ak- from hi post of Secretary of the cBro of fthe stu ffe I the dUnit .1 dl. be i aLARGE N hEW or le lSHd I M
forll lLStates and Canad.__
tWe eunberstand that the p01- made with the project." trig them to vote one way or the Control Board. (Applause) "in the United States Items Inmidb dT a
e Is such tha, t aloe merchant' Mr. B. Jardine, one of the other. LA thefchain- "Wflle I am nomgssthort supply coma under what il shr Its uppy i-comeuner-
tinioluced i sm n hne M. -alss ot r.W.L.Astntherm-ge hanhdi =SItalemase-ai ode n MebsYM101 w
from Tobgino for the ean that doption of the report,. t that oers president, stated that it w would like to nay that it would be that come under this order ...i
n view of th exitoio n o th transport he would lke to plhce on record customary to chirclte such re- hard to find any civil servant who not be procured through com der- In t d e l0. Jif
si o ation they eek to avoid h vin the Chambers thanks to Mr. Hem- port before brn l them before Is so Industrious. so fair-minded cial channels, but must be obtained" '
In vw p ...s Te H rborg er porthe chamber for eo b tingtem t and courteous as Mr. Spence." through the British Colonies Sup- TRINIDAD
bie cato r lorries waste acting Harbour Masterforthisin cebe(ud applause.) piv Mission by way of bulkpuna s Thday the d day
T b< time waiting to be un- the elp and assistance he save to tWthe tne it an dereon d 'OCuD Rps. c T ke fo hd t ddchasing. f
10aded at the at. Vilnoent Jetty. Mr. Ferreira and himself during cuerewaad vernment c "While Irt wan found nen tha t
n mases where merchants have to their investigations in connection tr w o n t upl to arrange for the i mportatbon oratd e of RECo he f-t
h v to take ods to the with the report. He went on t without delay as all the other lasingb h address on a recent carrying-in stock by the Food Co-n- by order of BionelJosephEmsq, o
t ti te Weno mor the sy that he had Mr. Heminns' tornstons were sending in their survey of the food situation, Mr toller of oa number of tems of ,Penal Rock Road Executor to thei
atoms h oiini v n g r sythat h hduMring Hempe ingod 93. gwann tetpogameohsbedsiabwtotowll pt p i E ()Ig
tea s operators re permission to quote figures so- reports. Hale said: "The method of sub- food, the time will come when it Wll Of therlate James Cummings
B dl i nst t o rtcc ocerat ors lore tng the erisoud 93tu te acton f show-mtttin food programmes has been swill be desirable to return to the (deceased) there will be paut for
B schdl ed W ates the ins t ha t 19r4 the erighaold by 3t 2 -- -tse oc them, through the Colonial normal procedure of commercial tle by Public Auction by thte tn--
S odsl a raA tish e tal eos op crtano 1944 the freight handled by the M e shid + who pas them on to the importation. The return to this designed at his Auction Mart at No ,
tgn much more by their vehicles coastal steamers had increased by rchantes ta food authorities In the United procedure cannot be achieved by 2 Harrils Promenade San Fernando Including the-
erv b loads to" other destina- Ill per cent between Trinidad and Kingdom, and in due course state- an over-night decision, and the on the 3rd day of August 194 be- -

" teJ tty ohrb their restrtct- onw; otolywhhrepc to3^^1 Egln atr hesppypoitof AugustM ut 1a T94T4 abaCL.e-.m iuaioi ro nrv oo;DN^
t s re they wa e not detained Tobago, while the, freight between d Cross Drive mentof the rqure e,.. nt. of coo- frs. t step t.,o be ,.view of twee he bus of 0 t and a..
0 l odng ew. Tobago and Trinidad ha i R C o rgd In- the food distribution arrangements All nd Sina that ct tacertain LATEST NEW RELEASES OF
0 our Investigations it Is cresed by 59 per cent. TheRed cross invasion drive Statesa nd Canada. It is now pro- that are being made will be to piece and parcel of land situate In
av ingre gainrdtthgnonr dby9 peret he ha nee 20 nerly posed to set up an ad hoe com- place heavier stocks in the hands the Ward of Siparla In the County .i
olvous that the conditions which "Having regard to shouL, he cha netted 26 o. nearly $24i000 me ttee in Washington, omprising of the merchants so that they may of St. Patrick In the island oI
aro the subject of complaint arise thought that something should be of which was contributed by mev- representatives of the Canadian have supplies available for redis- Trinidad comprising Four acresIM USICA]L A STE
remain theolowingcauses: one and done qticklav bvGowsrn bers of the Trinidad Chamber of and United States authorities, the tributilon Instead of being placed three rods and thirty-five perches
Sntmentt aclttetrade wt Commerce. British Food Mission, and te Br- in the position where the distrlbu- be the lame more or less delineated A
nd T ro To utfo has gregtoy t- aThis was revealed by Mr. W. L. tish Colonies Supply Mission. This tion to retailers was unsatisfactory, and wIh the ebuttals and bound-IN ALBS
creased within recent year with- CRY *OR ACTION ALston, president of the chamber, committee will handle direct the due to the fact that the require- arises thereof shewn In the plan
ult any extension of the facilities aC" yesterday morning's adjourned programmme of requirements as sub- ments they have to distribute could drawn in the Crown Grant regis- -_ _
Shandling the cr eeti ng. mitted from the Colonies. This not be received for one reason orp tired In Volume 217 Polio 523 a nd
SThe St. Vad incent Jh.tty hI ecilly Hnvbrled tote deetng bry .Alston extended to Mr. E. R procedure will shorten the chan- another, into the stores sufficiently bounded on the North by Crown
f2 t n t e i pe peint toher weae wt Boon who had undertaken to or nels through which the United rapidlyto enable the merchantsDto lads on the South by lands of A. P H
f too nnrrow to permit of ef the presto e Tobago ser what w astnio tne o ctian rom me- States and Canadian authorities 6ive ancient serve to his ret4 Bu ow Bun S T o
guns thclcin..... will receive statements of require- customers. &ad nd B and on the Est
Volume of c arg,o and to be sdd to uthe dasc eion what cn ants and their contributions. ments and thus permit the approv- the s
v3 ncoumeo ng cargo h as to be ever lie mith, be ale. congrau-i the. chnmbens hearty. congr-t.ula- aI of programmes or the fixing of POSITION CLARIFIED j mby Crown.,togetherowith a wooden
(3 noaded candotheabuk 1ofitbe-aeverthe. ciht eam bler on the fac t hetha mbtersad heank.tyeifc claios n uctqic-tenement situate on telnso
- I antank. pecifnloetons in much quick- Badnan now TtaF
nroaied and the bulk of it re- late the chm he o act tat- time. "While I have this opportunity n o le58 Frederick St. - 'Pho
moved before loading of outward the young members had under- 0 o .nd er Iti me. e en-- Roc Roadh 4ansu
ca cn bety cbmenlcded wd take noucasemrvicens tothema unde- aes t "The food supply in the United I should like to clarify the notice chains more Or less from the k th
go cn b ke omm ene d.r taken s a s o States and Canada is considered that recently appnedinst made up of Cedar mate-s 0 .
(4) The present Inward Cargo mercial community with a view to os re atisfactory under existing condi- it Is notice to the effect that a il tle oughout eonting 4 roomk -
1hed is not close enough to the remedying conditions which for at y o wl, but It must be mad c lr number o ommdte may nd stndinl upon wooden pills" I .
jetty to facilitate quick renovt l o loonr time cried aloud for action. Data Sought that reference to food supply des longer be purchased through cm- Dated this 21st day of July 1944

the D~sK ^t enr0 L this ^0. 531snst dsy ofHEWASA ONERO Ju0 ly 1944.< ^Saoen *^
; thego dswith othre resltt e lthate cor.t pobrnga told of eff orts not mean nor should be taken to mercial channels from South Am- V.A. CHAND R. Lifeto
mean that all Items of food are In rica. This notice does not mean A.IHN Er zeor
2lU n they steamer cannot made by himself as long go as Members of the Trinidad Cham- fa.lr supi p but that I sufcient that itis the intention ef' Govern or e srto d
Sa loading until the afternoon 1938 when he first became the Il '
oftm h day hon whc9hsdet lete Mem fir oba the re of Commerce were yesterday volume food is available for ment that the Food Controllersn
of the day on which b she I s E o ected Member for Tobago othe- morning asked by Mr. W. L. Al- maintenance supply a nd fair nutri- should be the importer of these .
nut fibren a end bages of coprafrom einentsattetioun to the trw ov- ston, the president, to supply to tion. The world's food supply post- Rems, but it Is the result of a di-.sanl
t fibre and ba of copra from ernment's ttentiontothe aterthe chamber's secretary Informs- tion Is reasonably sound but not- reactive from the Colonial Offiee.
Tobago are often left lying on that they had been discussing. tion with respect to their intention withstanding the fairly satisfactory PROPERTIES The TrueTonicFooderve fo .
the jetty thereby further restrict- It w; qnot only with respect to to travel to England after the supply position, all countries must [PLEASe TURN TO PACK 5 COL.Tngthr
t the inadequate space available. caro hat something should be L
(- ) I view of the hour at done he said, but also with regard Mr. Alston told them that Gov- IIIII I \ necessary o
which loading commences. the. to pRamenRer traffic. People %ere enet a ai( h hme oF R S L tai
S handling of outward cargo is con- apt to believe that the passenger make out itsown liqt of applicaI GRAND PIANOFORTE RECITAL
centrated within a limited pod traffic needs of Tobago were being tions and that as soon as this had eD PRs
resulting in aggravation of the met because rst-class pasengers been made out it would be for- Possession Immediately
congestion. which is particularly were eing accommodated. said Mr. warded to the Hon'ble the Colon-
B -ut on the days when the two de Nobrtga. aSerty BYAht
steamers are receiving and dis- In 1932, he stated, the number la Secretary sNot 3. SCOTT BUSHsE
charging at the sae time, and in of first-class passengers carried on P IL E SSTREET,ervn
delay in the discharge of goods the Tobago was 1,60; in 1943. in ,f 5.,I-t-'I PA1 U lPe fin
from the vehicles in consequence addition to air traffic it had $20,000 to coldsand
of which merchants are frequently Jumped to 2,485 first-cla.'s passen- PS decay
abl to complete the orders gers, an increase of 48 per cent. Sufferers from the maddening Underte distinguished patronage of H the Acting ilF H
which they have received f or ship- Second-clas Jumped from 1164 irritation, the exhausting, agoni Governor the Hon'ble A. B. Wright and Mrs. Wright NO. 15 ( RAPO Mineral ood or eer th recommend i
S by a particular sailing, ne- to 2,024 and deck passengers ing pain caused by piles- do not at the ROAD in the form molt
reetatlig alteration of the moved from 7,133 to 27,207, about wait until piles (haemorrhoids) by the blood.
b81 per cent. These figures. he reach such a terrible state that a byname
bof notes od the horder govrn hinted out. were after asilings serious operation may be neceeo ROYAL VICTORIA INSTITUTE $14,000
ot l the ne the orders n- had been restricted to daylight. nary. Ask your chemist all about
til the next &ailing. Mr. de Nobriga spoke at length this special remedy. He knows the
(6) The congestion and delay of the plans that were being made Ingredients from which thisnela sT
are further aggravated by the to give Tobago proper communi- pensive and scientific remedy is SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, at 8.45 p.m. No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST. Form
system necessary in respect of nations, both sa and land. and made. He can show you, too. the Formit
lodng straight from the vehicles touching upon the kind of harbour special applicator fixed to esch germs in mouth
Into the ship's hold. There is one he would like to bee constructed tube of Man 7an, which make theAmon2m1nT
geo vinlerk for general cargo for that island. he said he was use of this soothing, healing un- mission .... $2.00, $1.00 No. 10 PETRA ST.
ek r t f t i nakI1in .tOd uoiqe9 1 :dNt no Adpratthrai,
bv,.th ss. '"Toao" Tagehcend two for thinking in terms of 19u5. guent so clEan and simple. BOOKINGS AT ATEPHENS LTD. Wodboo Ttr,.ee
S lin d vehicles Mr. dwn Lee Lur thought Man Zan is no ordInary olnf- Throat rbookletem-ilighra
line up aid unload in rn- that if governmentt were to accede ment. It is prepared for the purT
1 'The goods in the vehicle to any request to allow the ware- pose only-to end the irritation, doesn i
fIin. the lne are unloaded on house mentioned by Mr. Almandoz allay the Inflammation and del- Programme includes: Appossionoto Sonata,
to ibe Jetty, checked, removed by to be used for shipments from and nitely banish piles. From the very
ships' tackle into the hold. to Tobago care should be taken to first application you feel the Irri-. Group of Chin Pieces Albeniz DohnoNo. 5. BATH STREET,
t1[the cart slip an~dior boat ree that annmals sent here from tation and Inflnmation eandng, alnd East end of Pork Street
3=ol sIgned before the next ye- TObagO should not be kept there if you will only perorvae.o never Liszt ond (by popular request) +:i
Ca ll commec unloading, prior to delivery because of the more will you be tortured with the It is regretted at net condition hav aused restric-i
I| T1hers is no proper control meesa they would cause. It would a~n of p ies -ua gm H ASA OCRO 500uosa+iiuyyEiiuw tg
* ll~l Of afIc a the Jetty. be better to continue keeping the ,,,, evnryuher., Incldings .eli foisis Kaizana, and Formammet and they are, thereore, in +
W Qn so me O toaanby the animals where they were at pres- sppit't ,r Re.m.mbr Ube same 05 I is _________ hrt s~pp y. All are a orth searchingfor imi adrt
13deIvey of good intended to ent kept when landed here. Sis~ipmdd rfmedy --iting ~or beca,,s, o the wonde/fl besu they' all
Songs by Pt 0rWpridhh--Lyri7c0Tenor. 'PON 16 mgo healt, allo by ,.ne, fr.an,/o.+,
lain to pe t frsh thatsftr Worers Si iv ou iiMade nOland
~thn by the steamer, it is PubicAfter 4 p.mn. I.n 46 our chemurt or store. .
I0 with the r/ utlt that this has @EU I B S1 pece by courtesy of Unite Grocers Ltd. MIl~~~J
t4 A.o. QERNO,'Teraeutcorodct Ltd., eiae refr.M A
..by rio be ing ab Fo r Congress Today PILE REM EDYI Songs by P Wright-Lyric.,.,,o.. o
Wort=h4pepyntrii c H TEST OF LOVE
lies in your kiss! '

_-_ m a r Hund-eds ofde.e. t oa 'd; myand 'I7HEN your lips meet his in, that
c onlmtt rZ oneert ticets have. already been ir+kss..dn' e
.11', geeptions for a new berthing organistlonS part Iciating aeco cAreD B R emeTer d 7 you ethrl of 10. "
god ae or the To- toe Zlstn~l d
m ,.... ,l c,.oert t. c et. Ss.I* breumesi ..*i..r .. D um u p
@G ...... AWyAes f"orw rded for- tred w wit_~Ib em

Pink gItree 1" 101"S bearelfoClan-na tw ice the energy
an prca~eterested observers, Wo mayuse ramIsyeetainuoadeait
these bin -for' both theafrno ad
d~lld[mtd ma mx r them r mI -A crakies between yw., teeth and washes yo d
ddklii~llillllM. sm, = : ..... I away Sam ~saiddeecaying food partcles ,-
offb Rollngahoop=runningLplaying
WlU a w h i c h c a u s e m o s t Id b r e at..d i n gy... .h -- h a r d t o f n d a c h i l d w h o e v e r
thathaW t sh d l astlsof Jf sums ad tooth decay. Colgate's _.,, .0 0 shl Yti Your own little girt uses up No
vtnS" benb bJ. uy--f I twice the enery ,you do, ,"=k
a e MI M =0 coldbe taken until 7W theda toO NOthe Shlum Cleat,- porionct e r wei~ t
ft armtstien ofthe war. arm eDraft sW.ce chileet.naturally useeI* uZO
a Platn pof 0so much energy, a esn tiaor blafIt
tan o the o, uJAy utD-NT V lON them is the hilh-energy break- 416 4
16 wh Th s tue WIM.Jlm y ththe Ut eA fast they get in Kel od' nutri-
t 19-' 7%b pro- t tWA t t tee o a iik ]l iN, t1den Corn 1 M. 6%.
the two states air repeated opn *- urd d Alsno&' gdu
liil aviofis lethe after the fistrutof vtin me*t 1I IInlJl u "+ ddbtme=mS
ih e H arb o oro K F ortre ass Wa 0ds on 0 40pan..h ad 'b e A mISr ved ,k a
widening of the amuted. he ape a a m aid the l n ark lmo, o ad i
i ,I sl__lrt wbeeert hin l r6 wa thaent3 to l th 3 eggs. And child ren Mlive
mof M Tearing oa -pviirlpy goodness.y(et .KeUD *

__ __ ___ ,_YJgPAD OUAUDW. SATODAY, JULY U, 144.


xn-w1 V
Eep'b.a lBt A.
gB.lOww last
Sthe oofys,
I ho was acoank-
sprit and at-
S or^e. the

[ Director ofgMahe-
-that Sot the

-the vOral Itl
~clproves 4P1

IO prpMr. at,
(o nin V Utanins

oity mayo?, Mr. Fi.
of Nuduation;
1* forich, former
Ma My''s OoUSp
utiieo, ncpa
,"I~ Collere; thl
IDo" .former
C.: Dr. g. J. San-
5 Director of Medi-
gi Dora Ibberson,
* Ocer; 1r. A. ,N.
(fbaion Officer;
* Ua"fl9o. city

Wedding Bellk

r of Health lege. I have seen them on the *
football field, on parades as
e Acting Governor Scouts, and on the stage. I have PL t Wn
tg second successive met many of the college staff, and r tt W d
seo at the o's I have come to know and to re-C l b a e
ay, the ; Mrinpal spect many of the old boys now
PPY to include in olding Positions of responsibility U L U
fluence. Without in this country."

St ln City Slum Drive At St. Patrick's
went on to exprs"stParksC---eo
Grace the Arcil- Wins Court Support St. Patrick's Church, Newtwn,
Very Rev. Fr. J. was the scene of a pretty wedding
met principaL Inclusion in the Slum Clewrance
Rber Patrick, the Draft Bill, Issued on Thursday, ofnSunday, July 1when Miss Mri
caton, he extended clauses aimed at empowering the Coelho, the daughter of Mr. and
Iahes for success In committee to be set up to evict Mrs. J. V. Coelho of Port-of-Spain,
by force, if necessary, and with- became the bride of Mr. Emmanuel
I in attendance had out recourse to any court, occu- Mendes.
roll call reaching pante of any dwelling-house de- The bride presented a charmnlog
l, Dr Meenan re- dared unfit for human habitation, picture as she walked along the
added that with was hailed yesterday as an earnest aisle on the arm of her father who
tey had been able of Government's intention to brook gave her in marriage.
Ssorresponding In- no hindrance to Its plans to wipe She wore an attractive gown of
Staff. out existing overcrowding and in- emborsed organdie. with head-piece
sanitary conditions in slum areas to match and carried a bouquet of
In. the City and at San Fernando. Queen Anne's Lace and gardenias,
the princlpai re- The Bill, listed for presentation trimmed with net.
She had four brldesmalds-.-Miss
Results in aex- at the next meeting of the Legis- Lhe nda Coeho, the chief bridesmaid.
Stunning to or li- latlve Council, would give the com- LMiss Veronica De Olfvierra, Mas
Sin part: "MTO mittee power not only to enforce Evelyn d Freltas and iss AlueM
o which we rely its closing orders but, if necessary Eve de retalho nd Miss Alue
Ie character-train- to carry out the desired improve- Tehey l.ok eetol pt
0" boy, continues ments at the expense of the owner. They looked exceptionally pretty u
Influence. Without Meanwhile, City Council efforts carrying bouquets of rose buds and
ingment we would to Implement Its slum clearance georgette with g ink swan's dooun
3ilnely anxious programme have found strong sup- na eadpiece of the same ma terial,
mer formation of port in the city courts. On Thurs- crw e bysfthaloorsaebd
br committed to day, Mr. W. J. Andre, ordering crowned by A halo of rose buds.
ey need to be eight tenants of 46 Marine Square duties of be tman.the
f that educa- to leave the premises within 30 The Rev. Father O'Donnell. Par-
more than book- day. Informed them that the sh priest of St. Patrick's, performed
Owner. Nsabee Saliba, waristo a. bticounrore
9owtevti sate sao, w as bound the ceremony and Miss Rina Bap-
activities, to obey orders of the Medical taste u the "Ave Maria" to an
continued Of*ca o Health or else he would tiste sang the "Ave Maria" to an
deSS"^ 1~~rga afcc^So u~S\ ^ ^ ompaniment ofMr. Don-
S athletics, oon- be liable to prosecution, and In aid Granoves.
1 in football, order that he could carry out the The reception was held at the
t with Joey wort required they would hAve to bride's home.
tatting a century, leave. Among the Invited guests were
SCup eries, a As the tenant, not wishing to Mr. and Mrs. JoL de Freitp. Mr.
r1 tens, consider- leave, told of their Inability to find and Mrs. Charles VncentMaJor
rereation ping acco modation elsewhere, Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood, Mr. and
=i club fuly Philip de la Bastide, solicitor for Mrs. A Rodrigeeo, Mr. and Mrs.
f hOf t May S lb pointed out to the fm1gis- Cecil Campbell,. Mr. and Mrs.
al of tMar t hat there was not a single Jardine. Mr. and Mrs. G. Gregorlo,
I all of Zupire, Trinidadlan among them. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. De Olivierra,
That three had "_ ----Mr. ond Mrs. Manuel Nunes, Mr.
commissions in V.D. LECTURZ and Mrs. J. F. Coelho, Mr. and
Fmnes of tho First of a seri es 6f lectures to Mrs. J. F. Ferras, Mr. and Mrs.
*fI'orces occupied teachers, aimed at paving the way G. Mosea, Mr. and Mrs. Baptiste,
the College An- for a Oosony.wjde campaign of Mr. Tony Gevia.
Public enltement on the nature Mr. Hill, Mr. John Jardine, Mr.
6vernor, acknow- and treatment of general disease, Lionel de Freitas, Miss Molly
6 extended to Mrs. will be given by Col. 0. C. Wenger Rodriguez. Miss Gloria Jardine,
sdelf, assured the at the ENaStern Boys' Government Mr. T. De Olivierra, Mr. Henry
eh was glad to be School this morning. Scheduled for Dos Santos. Misses Madge, Grace
04 evening. 10 o'clock, the lecture will be open and Mona Baptiste, Misses
6 sly in part: "Dur- to men only. A similar lecture for Evelyn and Rita De Souza, Mr. J.
eSar I have met women Is fixed for Saturday, Au- Rodriguez, Miss B. Jardine, Mrs.
SSt. Mary's Col- "st 4. Mendes and Mr. G0. Thomas.

Need Seen For Wider Study
Of Social Insurance Plan

SAN PINANDO; July M-Critlclsms that term at rfwm


te eoamIttuem appointed by the Governor to explore po lty
of havtn social bnuumranee In Trinidad are too narrow were made
at thew Boroumt Council meeting here yesterday.


Answers South

Deaths Query

Recent death from asphyxia of
two ehidren at the San Fernando
Colonial Hospital, blamed by the
Non'le Roy A. Joseph, in a ques-
tion tabled at the Legislative
Council meeting on May 19, on the
luack of an endoscope at the insti-
tution, drew explanatory statement
from Government yesterday to the
effect that the hospital's medical
officers were unaware, when the
cases occurred, of the existence of
the only instrument, then In use
at the City Hospital, available to
the Colony's medical services. .
Thb reply added that war condi-
tions had rendered it impossible to
send medical officers abroad for
training in the use of the instru-
The Hon'ble Roy Joseph had
"Is Government aware that with-
in recent weeks two children died
at the Colonial Hospital, San Fer-
nando. from asphyxia, one having
swallowed a tamarind seed and the
other a sour sop seed and nothing
could be done to save the lives of
these two children because of the
lack of proper medical equipment?
Is Government aware that there
Is not one endoscope in use in the
medical services of the Colony, and
that several persons have died who
might have lived if one of these
instruments was available?
If the answer is in the affirma-
tive will Government please state
if any attempt was ever made to
provide the medical services with
any and why one was not obtained?
Government's reply, released
through the Information Office,
"The Government is aware that
two children died from asphyxia
at the Colonial Hospital, San Fer-
There i, an endoscope (broncho-
scope) available for use in the
medical services of the Colony but
at the time the two cases men-
tioned occurred the instrument was
at the Colonial Hospital, Port.of-
Spain and the medical officers at
the Colonial Hospital, San Fernan-
do. were not aware of its existence.
"The Government Is advised that
Very special training and much
experience (which can be obtained
only in special hospitals abroad)
are necessary for the proper use of
the endoscope bronchoscopee)
which Is a highly specialized in-
strument not normally used in rou-
tine hospital practice. Owing to
war time conditions it has not so
far been found possible to send a
medical officer or officers abroad
for special training in the use of
this Instrument."

Government Picks

Shorthand Writer
The "Tr ildad Guardian" under-
stands that Mr. E. D. Peter, of the
Registrar and Marshal's Office, has
been appointed shorthand writer
of the Legislative council in suc-
cession to Mr. M. W. Gilkes. now
Principal Officer and Secretary,
Education Board.
The appointment, it Is stated,
will take effect Immediately.

USO Women's

Meet Postponed
Miss Carolyne Tyler. Director f
Women's Activities for the UsO,
announced yesterdLy potne-
ment of the US Womene Actli-
ties meeting scheduled for this
afternoon. The meeting will take
place next Saturday In the UsO
Club Room at 5 p.m. and It 19
hoped that all women holding
USO cards will plan to be present
at that time.







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This was done In report by a
Council committee of the Ma'ble
Timothy Roodal., Councillor 0. A.
Richards, Councillor X. Mentor.
and Councillor Dr. David T. Pitt,
which stated that the terms of
reference were restricted ta extent
and limited In scope.
Under study at Government's re.
quest is the possibility of Introducing
some system of contributory un-
employment Insurance for the
benefit of those Industries organ-
ised on a regular employment ss-
tern and also the prospects of suc-
cessfully establishing a health in-
surance scheme.
Recommendations which the
Council's 5-man Committee report
should be sent to Government are
as follows:
I-That the terms should be ex-
tended to allow said committee
to consider such allied matters as
family allowance, maternity bene-
fits. contributory old age pensions,
pensions and compensation for
personal war Injuries, and other
aspects of social security.
2-That a comprehbislve social
insurance fund be created for the
whole island on the basis of a
tripartite contribution inu lo
the employee will pay one qu er,
the employer one quarter and
Government one half, on the basis
of fiat rate contributions.
3-That all persons receiving
wages or salaries up to $2,400 per
annum be compulsorily Included In
the scheme, and those earning
wages or salaries in excess of this
sum should have the option of
Joining the scheme, If they so
4--That the Insured person
.must make 26 weekly contributions
before he or she may be entitled
to draw benefits.
5-That the Insured person will
be entitled to draw full term
weekly benefits at a rate equal to
the best existing unskilled labour
wage, subject to such regulations
as may be made for the proper
control of such person. Th full
term benefit should not be on a
subsistence level and should be
paid during the whole period of
the insured person's unemploy-
ment or illness.
6-That after a certain period,
If the unemployed cannot obtain
employment in his particular line
of work, he should be trained in
a new type of work. or occupied
in such manner to help preserve
his skill and efMcienoy and self-
7-That while It in suggested
that the scheme could work
through the agency of approved
societies, it would be infinitely
better for the fund to be admin-
istered independently by a statu-
tory board.
8-That this board should be a
fully represented board.
9-That a State medical service
should be the basis on which
medical facilities are to be pro-
vided to the Insured persons.

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;^tTCUKAT, JUT k 319

a gntint's Attitude
SHemisphere Problem

has not yet amcad herself
With the United ttatm on the ques-
of Argentina's non-belligerent atti-
tdS towards the AxZ Powers. At the
e t there are no diplomatic relations
Argentina and the United States,
Secretary of State this week has
ed a memorandum which virtually
.tiaws the southern republic from the
otherr hemisphere nations, and seeks to
cfnch the threat of diplomatic ostracism
lth a penalty which later might be
WxpreMed in something similar to eco-
-nomic sanctions. Mr. Cordell Hull did
Pnot pe Argentina for what he termed
a deliberate violation of her pledge taken
Jointly with her sister republics to co-
operate In support of the war against
e Axi Powers. He charged President
Farrell's administration with having
pursued a course of action which had
given comfort to the enemies of these
republics, and deplored the fact that
Argentina had deserted the Allied cause.
Mr. Hull's manifesto was promptly
followed by a reply from General Peluffo,
Foreign Minister in the Farrell Oovern-
ment, who accepted what he regarded
as a challenge to the sovereignty and
Independence of Argentina. His country,
he said, was pro-Allied, and had shown it
by deeds and not words. Argentine food
and equipment were going in great quan-
tities to Allied nations, some of whom did
not always pay in cash. But the chief
pint, in the general's opinion, was that
he Farrell Government enjoyed the
support of the great majority of the
people, who would resist any attempt at
division. Argentina, he said, always co-
operated morally and economically with
the sister nations of the hemisphere, al-
ough she declined to enter into mili-
ary alliances or permanent political
That briefly Is the position between
the United States and Argentina, but
Britain does not yet seem to have made
up her mind. She may regard Argen-
tiUna' attitude towards the Axis Powers
in a slightly, different light, and con-
sequently has not seen fit to go so far as
the United States has done in breaking
off diplomatic relations with the Farrell
Government. Since the outbreak of the
war nearly five years ago, Argentina has
shown considerable friendliness towards
the British Commonwealth in maintain-
tng a steady flow of very vital war neces-
sitis, often at great peril, without wait-
Ing on the doorstep for payment. Britain
perhaps feels that any change in Argen-
tina's policy towards full alignment with
the United Nations might not substan-
tially increase her contribution to the
cause of democracy, and could in cer-
tain circumstances reduce it by taking
for military service a large portion of her
very limited manpower, to the detriment
of other equally important activities.
'tW is the material side, which takes
little account of the purely moral obliga-
Stons Involved.

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NOI" nUt Idm a t A*Wf MR st
tiuim. 'Ast=h of Mge.ott U igtbe
ad -bW btoW d&awer. but
BrW" No be aWWed upon to make
th ooxhb ediilla s before accepting
any bvtteitto to t20 wedding of moral-
ity and oppowtniuriL

BMill For Teacher Control
Gives Director New Powers
THE Bill to amed tw. Education Ord-
inance rMcently Issued by the Gov-
ernment kniplements a recommendation
made by the Educatlon Board almost
three months ago. It extends the power
now exercid by the Director of Educa-
tion over the transfer and appointment
of Government primary school teachers
to those In assisted denominational
schools. All teachers will thereby come
under the general supervision and con-
trol of the Education Department, and
as the "objects and reasons" point out,
teaherl' positions should be improved
by the eftablishmnent of uniformity in
transfers and promotions. Such move-
ments in denominational schools will,
however, be subject to the approval of
the church boards as regards teachers'
religious affiliations.
These boards will continue to suspend'
or dismiss teachers though they may not
originate their appointments. The teach-
er, however, acquires new safeguards
which apply not only to such cases, but
also where his removal from the service
is sought by the head of his department.
One such protection is the proviso that
nothing but misconduct or negligence
shall be considered a ground for dismis-
sal, except where general inefficiency is
dealt with by the Governoi under a new
rule copied from the Civil Service. A
teacher may, however, be retired if he
becomes unacceptable to his church
board on religious grounds and if the Di-
rector of Education (who in such circum-
stances Is required by the Bill to trans-
fer him) is unable to find a suitable
vacancy. But it is hoped that such cases
will be few and far between.
Another new clause protects teach-
ers from being suspended either by the
Director or a denominational board un-
less proceedings are being taken for his
dismissal, or to prosecute him in a
criminal court. And the Bill lays down
also that the denominational Boards
shall not exercise their power of sus-
pension or dismissal unless the Director
has declined in writing to do so. All dis-
missals will continue to be subject to
the approval of the Governor, who is
however given power to amend as well as
reverse or uphold any decision appealed
against, and his word "shall be final and
conclusive and shall not be questioned in
any court."
We welcome the new Bill, in principle,
and hope it will have an early and
smooth passage through the Legislative
Council. As we have indicated it will not
interfere with religious affiliations, nor
of course, does it affect religious teach-
ing in the schools. Put simply, it reverses
the present process by which the church
boards make appointments and the Di-
rector approves; and this reversal avoids
the confusion liable to result when ap-
pointments are made by seven different
authorities or groups of authorities, in-
stead of a single department. By putting
the initiative in the Director's hands
subject to the religious clause, it should
result in more effective administration,
greater satisfaction among teachers, and
a measure of educational improvement.

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Traued M aty for Prevention of
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The R-
MAD 40fTe
Tb. _ubAw

SWritMa W tA The ortti
Sho.d nBe. k-m tto d

The "ridadForGie ila- is
tishnay repsotigtwe er so u
__ toe -they sdom ca e leto
may of wm*s have I es jeil
doses of ethey, for bemin g ta

and children. I Would a-st you
a the Porie autshatrm r fig-
wemtrlxof thee i ebe of these
shou hare an comprwod with
the number w.n "the at" w ap-
TOis I atk beeue a habrt tiUe
arO, an ybodnrwble M*a o< the
Legislative Council eatr
that aevesd years ao a f ofed ot
mine, who was a laad ag officer hi
the Police Force In this Coloy, told
me that their tcords show that
when mn are thrashed for any of
the offence toat we hear so much
of today they seldom came back.o to
al-i because they did not waot an-
other "lcklny.'
These are facts that can be
proved by official records, so It is
ridiculous that an Honourable
Member of the Legislatve Council
should have been allowed by the
Government that I reapueAbite afor
the maintenance of order In this
Colony, to bring about the abolition
of "the cat." Why he did thI
hardly anybody knows, but as there
Is no doubt hat this has brought
about the increase In crime, it is
left to him to ask the Government
for figures that will satisfy him that
he was wrong in what be did, and
to ask that "the cat" should again
be applied in order that we should
get more safety and less of the
hcoliganism that is found today In
this Colony.
If the Honourable Member re-
ferred to above refuses to take any
action in this matter, do you think
that any other Honourable Mem-
ber would take it upon hinelf to
deal with the disgraceful condition
that exists today, and ask the Gov-
ernment to re-Introduce "the cat,"
or, if he Is afraid that ho would run
the risk of losn his popularity,
would It not be the correct thing
for Government, In view of the
figures and facts at their disposal
for many years past, to re-Introduce
"the cat' for the safety of the
people of this Colenwy? LEN
Port-of t-Spain.

Peanut Sale Hardships
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Very recently a shipment of pea-
nuts arrived In the Colony, and be-
ing an uncontrolled item, merchants
were permitted to clear this com-I
modity from the Custcms. The
shipment was sold to retail shop-I
keepers at 19 cents per lb. which
was the then existing scheduleI
About a week later, the Price
Control authorities dropped the
schedule to 16 cents wholesale and
18 cents retail. This, naturally, af-
fected those shopkeepers who pur-
chased this Item at 19 cents per lb.
Since it is unreasonable to expect
anyone to sell at a loss, then there
Is no other alternative left to re-
tLilers than to take the chance to
dispose -if thlir guods even at the
cost price, which happens to be still
over the schedule, and even at this,
he stands to lose time, paper, ate.
Is it difficult then to know where
the reqponalbllity lies? Certainly
not with the retailers. As there may
be many items coming in the Col-
ony which may fail under this cate-
try. may I suggest that the Price
Control authorities should check on
their prices of all uncontrolled com-
modities and fix a definite price on
all articles before such Items are
released to the wholesale merchants
for sale to the retail shopkeepers?
Bt. Josep~h.

* In the Vatican reetly, be Poes reese mnem I la hs apart-
meat d Iand bessed the pW. After talUg wih themW at the
aSleo l(abe) which wev marked to ts toleamlty, the Peg
presented each of the Ankerlmea" ad MBM ewiemv with a Romary
sad a phegraph O1 bf lnK-

Trinidad People Must Learn

The Dignity Of Labour

There is not as yot a Beveridge
Plan for Trinidad, and no practical
steps taken to Implement "Free-
dome From Want" one of Mr.
Roosevelt's four freedoms proposed
for the post-war world.
The West Indies Conference
agreed that avenues of labour must
be opened up In order to improve
the economic status of the colonies.
What plans that conference will
recommend to the various colonial
governments are still a matter for
conjecture. Probably, the Comp-
troller for West Indian Develop-
ment and Welfare has his Economic
Adviser at work developing plans
against post-war unemployment in
these colonies.
Notwithstanding the opinion of
the conference, or any plans the
Comptroller may be contemplating,
it is the duty of the people them-
selves to put forward suggestions
that can be made bases to work
upon by those who are responsible
for post-war reconstruction in the
West Indies.
Of course, It Is argued that,
under Crown Colony Govern-
ment, the British and local Govern-
ments must do everything as they
are directly responsible. But when
the people are thinking of demand-
ing greater responsibilities they
must show their aptitude for the
efficient discharging of the duties
of a more representative govern-
One question that interested
people in Great Britain always ask
whenever complaints arise about
conditions In the West Indies is,
"What are the people doing for
themselves?" Truly, in these parts,
the people have been too much
accustomed to somebody else doing
everything for them, even to mak-
ing suggestions for their own
The question of solving the prob-
lem of unemployment In this Col-
only Is no doubt occupying the at-
tention of Government. It would
appear, however, that the schemes
under consideration will be only
temporary measures that will be
succeeded by a bigger workless
The British Parliament has been
frequently assessing In definite
terms that one of its post-war aims
Is work for all. In a highly indus-
trialised country like Great Piltuin,

Scrubbing Condemned n one difficulty may stand
in the way of carrying out fully
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian." Its programme of work Jor a&l. Thai
It Is regrettable that parents is, failure to nationalise certain
should be given cause for complaint Industries.
against headteachers of certain Already, the Government has
schools in the island due to reports established the land army. Although
made by their children that they it may have been only a war
are made to do manual labour at measure, it has proved so auccess-
schools. ful that it may remain pera-
I agree that apart from being nently. The land u'my proved
taught the three Rs, children should popular, as under government
also be taught and given light work arrangements, the best possible
to do by their teachers to prepare conditions had to be made for the
them to play the part of capable workers. The same can be done
nd seltf-respectingolUsens of the in Trinidad when the reconstruc-
community. tion begins.
The wcrk I have' in mind. e.g..
sweeping the school, working in the Teachers' Chanee
school garden, repairing a bench or
desk, etc.. should not, I think duration that Is most worth
cause any offence to parents. But education that is most worth
when childish made to scrub while Is the type that makes ;he
school or to go to the forest to hew individual useful to himself, useful
t ,as was alleged by one of your to the community In which he lives
treesondsllebyteaf r and incidentally, useful to the
correspondents, I say that If this isi world.
true it is time to call halt to such iAmon. th n fit cnd
mal-practices. Such arduous and e to such an education, is theu
dangerous work should be per.p.ln- r ts uch ationo e itolau
ed by adults-not children. realsation of the dignity of labour.
Ted by adults-noh children teachers In the primary and
Point Fortin. RP JAMESON' secondary schools, the teachers of
the adult classes, have the greatest
opportunity open to them to con-
tinue, or to begin to educate their
Lights For Morvont charges with such a goal in view.
Tbh@e Vt. "TrinNMd Guowdimn They should not ail In their
While thanking and congratulat.- efforts to tmpress on their students
I Ing the Housing Commission forthat no kind of labour is disgrace-
the f of housing shorter by ful, and more than that, it is un-
ter etin housis st orant y mployment that brings poverty to
erecting houses at M orvant- indivd ta t and pom ert y to
..... ...... ... ...individals and communities. Ithe

biougs IT wEh reveaule In a report
by Mr. Orinnell which was publish-
ed in the "Sunday Guardian" some
time ago. that the houses erected
at Morvant and at San FPernando
were for the purpose of housing
evacuees from Gibraltar and else-
where-I (and many others) am
asking them to be a little more con-
siderate by putting into operation
some device and means of granting
the poor people resident in the
settlement a little electric light
and a better transportation service.

Points From Letters
Martin': Some roads in the dis-
trict ere not only dangerous, but
there are no "caution" signs or
lanterns to warn drivers of vehicles.
At some spots, there are httle
precipices which would cause loss
of life, if motor-cars or other ve-
hicles should skid nearby. I was
almmt killed recently when a ve-
hlcle skidded and careered across
the road. I barely had time to
tVrw sapsiS a" e a aMbeS b&deo.

fallacious notion that it is beneath
the educated person to do other
than office work. unfortunately, is
still very prevalent in these parts.
The people of this Colony are
ruing education today. The col-
lege exhibitions have been appre-
ciably Increased. A large number
of young people are studying for
the School Certificate and London
Matriculation examinations. A
fair proportion of these higher
education students may never be
able to take up any of the profes-
sions and the colony may not be
able to absorb them into office
The result may be an educated,
poverty-stricken, discontended pop.
ulation-a state of affairs that may
lead to the increase of crimes. The
teachers' work may be aiming at
culture, a term which is meaning
less to a hungry person. Too much,
therefore, cannot be done by the
teachers to imbue their students
with the fact that all labour is

Politics Fail

The West Indian National Party,
the Trinidad Labour Party, the I
Worklngmen' s Association and
other existing parties, are all silent
on the solution of such an impor-
tant problem. Maybe these parties
do not realise that, in the face of
poverty and hunger, politics will
not appeal to the suffers It is
only the means of getting bread
that can restore their reasoning
At a time when Germany was
being squeezed by the provisions of
the Versailles Treaty, a man arose.
He astutely left politics aside. He
spoke of the possibilities of the
expansion of industries, trade and
work for all.
He promised the people bread
and he kept his promise. Then he
secured a powerful following. It
wuas only after he had found those
avenues of labour he had promised
his people that he rushed politics.
If that man had not by his greed
sabotaged his own work, made
himself the enemy of the world
and signed his own death warrant,
whose execution is not far distant,
Nazism might have commanded
the veneration of the world today.
The Lrade unions too, must
realise that they will not justify
their existence by seeking for bet-
ter conditions In works that do not
exist, for workers that are 1ale.
Their usefulness will be enhanced
by coming forward with practical
suggestions as will help Gov-
ernment to find lasting employ-
ment for the people.
Practical Hints
Government money has. been
voted for the sugar industry and to
revive the cocoa Industry. The
two most important considerations
In this connection are labour and
markets. Labour difficulties can
be overcome if Government call In
the owners of plantatiorA and the
trade unions and arrange a land
army scheme modelled on the
English establishment.
The problem of disposal of pro-
duce can be minimised by the es-
tablishment of one or two sugar
refineries and the same number of
central cocoa factories. Why should
the cocoa not be a manufactured
At least two canneries for fruits
and vegetables or such vegetable
products as can be manufactured
from locally grown vegetables can
be opened. Some primitive milk
services very doubtful as to sani-
tary conditions of production, still
exist In a supposedly advanced
Trinidad. There Is a lot of public
and private waste lands that can
be utilised as modern dairies. These
are a few suggestions that can form
a basis for a comprehensive scheme
of industriallasing Trinidad, the
only means of providing permanent
employment for the people.

am. sad



., U.I.O.

Government Not


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BORIPTIO1:-Namfe: AdlphW Barnes. No,
y e st 7"; black, Stout bud, longM face,
mot m, nat!e of Barbad. Last knownI address:
Memis, St. George's, Barbado.

Acting Assistant DeteteUve Supo


THX attention of the Public is drawn to the i
numbers of stolMen $1U8 and 3 Bank notes stolen
eminent whilst in transit from Poite-a-plerre Post O
Spain. or at Port-of-Spain n the 1st June, 1944. Pen
sin of any of these notes are kindly requested te co0
the C.ID. or the nearest Poliee Station.

Numbers of Notes

GA 01862
GA 206W
4A 88T47
GA 03058
SA U48
IA 75U17

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SA S10S.
2A 76M
2A 6B70
IA 73M6
2A 822T
IA 745 M

O.Kl I
Assistant Detective IN


A reward of $100.00 will be paid to any person who
information leading to the arrest and conviction of any
sons concerned In the robbery V two men of the 9
of Mr. Henry Burton of the Industrial Oases Ltd. 1
robbed at 1.06 p.m. on 16th June, 1944, at La Retralte
Please eommuilcate with the Oriminal Investigation
the nearest Police Station.

19th June, 1944


by given that Their
Honours the Chief Justice
and Mr. Justice Eric Halli-
non have cancelled the sit-
ting of the Supreme Court
appointed to be held in
Tobago on Monday 31st
July, 1944, and in lieu
thereof have appointed a
sitting of the said Court to
be held at Scarborough, To-
bago, on MONDAY the
18th SEPTEMBER, 1944.
Dated this 26th day of July. 1944

Registrar and Marshal


Tariff Cards For Taxis
The owners of 'raxis licensed for
1944 ar requested to apply to the
Licensing Offices at Port-of-Spain,
San Fernando or Tobago for Tariff
Cards printed In accordance with
the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic (Amendment) Regulations,
1944. Thi card is to be fixed on
the inside at the back of the
front seat of the taxi In such a
position that the card will be
Plainly visible to an person being
conveyed in the taxl.

LUiquor In
Sold by
16.4 Botta ONd
s Bottles PoIMI
2 Bottles Ferd1s
1 Bottles RPm ,
4% Bottles Vat ot,
1 Bottle Macaw RX4
4 Bottles Black 14
1 Bottle Baglsbna
4 Bottle Ooekf
2 Bottles Joker
% Bottle Rum (Wi
1 Bottle Careal w
1% Bottles stadaa/

R. A. Ersk
Ag. o lslr
Pol"e Headquartrs
14th July, 1944.

4. TrmMIW

5311-Extendion 111
and Car Zomi*e
8487-Truck Zonig
8834--yres and
meant. '
784--Tyre InspectW.U
The public are
ONLY the nw
ment required as ...

R. A. Erskine-Lindop, Icommucati
CemmlsNiomer ef Police (Aetg.),sever oce
Licensing Authority.I July 24, 1944.


Motor Vehicles and Road TI
Ordinance, Chapter 16,.No
Section 78.

Order as to the Route to be observed by all TWAd
manner In which vehicles anr to be drawn up
Street. Prt-f-Spa. --
I, Reginald Alexander mrsklne-Lindop, Acting C0
Police for the Colony of Trinidad and Tobago, t
powers conferred on me by Section 78 of the Motor
Traffic Ordinance, chapter 16. No. 3 and In view
traffic In Richmond Street between Park Street aa 1
become congested, do hereby order that on and tft,
August, 144.
1. All traffic in Richmond Street between FrW I
Street shell proceed in a southerly dlrectio
2. Vehicles may be parked on the eut lea
facing south.
The Constables of the Trinidad Police hav adi
this order at all time.
X. A. KI3W-i'
Acting Commissioner of Police, fl
Police Headquarters,
24th July, 14. _






Tomorrow's Church Serv
7 .m.. The Hroly ucharlit: 9. m. ain R9YF AR CHURCH. .OF .
Imattis and S am 'T Pi., 1 a.9.e., 0 LWevil" VSlerviee; IS
and Sermon. Sabbath Shool;Ta 1 p.m., availg
.Pre.b..t:. R r . t. Rob-- ta
aT. JOHN'S CHURCH (Ptmbeik Str* ) t
9 30 a,m., Morntngl Srvle--Prorhor:h CATHEDRAL OF THE IMMAC
Rev. 3. H. Pnole. .D.; T p.m.. Evenhig CONCEPTION
aServ le Preacher: Rev. Mitchell. a MaM :; S m.. T a m., ;
---- 3 0a .m.: evening Devel e. a
IS .er N, .aiev,. SALVATION ARM
sundave: 1.30 a.m.; Sunday SchOol &.1S,
a.m.; Wnslnjai: S.3 m.. CSNTAL HALL
SOarTY 2 1 .S. .and T ps.-, uA
51 Richmond StrO *aLMONT
Pundily: 9 30 a.m. a"d T p.m. Wdinn- 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Re,. Ma
days 1.00M pm
All are welcome. U.S. BASE SlVICl
HANOVER &SteS. t T0 a. T-31 I
9 a.m, Ve. Hwry Oooke: 5 Pm., Juw te a.
,unday Schrno; T p.m. Brigadierr Ja I at. Cair C"ap. a HaY. r.
Austin.fot mad cme. WMa,
U-11, D kaite. it I1W,
w11 am. Steti Clai nape1l, .30 a.m.
mk..s. a nn Ib! Bxp' t1, 11 1|e 1t.mta6.. ,Le?0._

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lowift so" tlwm.i&"so$ lsllimFl& -

-, a ~ a a

relaos with

,and Turkey has r-
H^Dssaiori to ter)an.-

Sai preliminary move

take this move, the
ptinued advane onM

front wo Brean In-
B^B-X^-^'sld today that

sneent of wavering
-relations with

sBulgaria and they
T FrIt Von Pepen


ion the yolny
*B lt.and Turkey has *-i
wbsador to Ghaembn.

a pre limtinary move
take this move, the
ocert, advance on
wSbt rnt would mean In-

ebent of waveraeng
BIAMd tl maintains dip

wibe oetrl t

0uciOr 0.-B
Stoa serve Informibon
H iBthat actual talks
BBK-enBulgaria and the
ft Formed sourcess said

Maoen t would e cause non-

.avobeen Sociarde
l *0To Open
IMl-from more than So
a yorsin the colony
010M Y) outh congress at

Addresses Institute theis

4.30 o'clock till 6.30
of wilsbe a d concert
lW PMrted to have been

0the central commt-
deJItl egatee as wenl as

lare getting ug per-
B~-rto serve for both
iM concert, while con-
AfiT~ve been forwarded
awil be opened at
BilK Coucillor H. 0. B.
f mayor, to be con-

sduring th
,B8obbert Soal

,,5W sertum demonstrated
Mr. BOARD NOT Cenal,
MaAnd Export
addresses in the
S2 o'clock will
^--H a uloe d eson for
**Htfll4^O'clock til 6.30
111 be a n concert

1943, is herebY
etin Item programmed
h e fo hawing nt
htoapshment ofmp, au-
S Fancy stationeryf a

slips, menu cards
Julllfty 28 (AP).-Te

ank, nounvelties, pat
^..BM-n'Plans hurrying

Spap er plates, pa-to
n, sper table loths,
vlSting cards, chring the
A lendars, advertisff kll.
catNaO, July pi

t ar~l publications (cx-
sl erume a demnclastrationed

~ h motrto the
Save shown prill leave the

*Otyor indirectly In
i t l hstr uch calendarsis

Alit and similar pub-ort
|| r Regulations.
ofgods in respect of
Licences will not be
Competent Authority,
'W Royal Gazette of
1 143, is hereby
fting Item 655 and
_,, Mnufactureo-
S0100grap, stamp. E u,
&cE*.)* Fancy stationery,

,aPa lmContr Bou cards
m novelties, paper
gC~g""".paper plates, Pal
PSSS v Ppr table cloths,
saUS^' vtlng cards, christ-

Allied Tanks

Drive South

In Normandy
Two- mur mles south along
the Rher Ay to Coroubon, six
aa~s nrthofCoutances.
OThe- iwo lles south of
PerieM to within two miles of St.
Four-Amr the Tteo River east
of Perhes.
Jie-A drive down the main
road 10 males beyond Marigny to
8i1-A tank drive five miles
southweet;of Mariny to Cerisy-la-
gole. nthe armoured colnnumn,
reaching Notre Dame de Cenilly,
Uhree mile farther south.
Seven-A tank column fanning
two Miles west of I Mesnil, cap-
tared s b do Souis, six miles
ustset of Muainy and a second
eo t thrUMiMg, two and a half-
Ml asouth of 14L Mcsai cut the
l9teral roadc I
ightl-A strong armoured drive
dewa fih highway along the west
bank ot the Vtre on through Tssy-
mur-VIre, 10 miles south of St. Lo
and half-winv to the old lower
Normandy capital.
Nine-.at of St. Lo, troops
reached De Samilly In a new push
Mouth toward the east bank of the
vire Aver.
rom two sides north and east,
Amecan tank columns were
within sight of Coutances, crum-
bling bastion on the steeo banks
of the SouUie, a battle. des-
patch said.
The Germans fled in such haste
from the Periers and Lessay pocket
to the north that they abandoned
evenM their vehicles, but first re-
ports Indicated that the much-
mauled and bloody 84th Corps es-
caped to the south.*
Prisoners plodded their dejected
way to the American prisoner pens
by the hundreds, steadily swelling
the bag to more than 4,000. At
one command post on the Cou-
tances front alone prisoners from
six German divisions were Identi-
fied In a 15-minute round-up.
But even beyond the imminent
fall of Coutances. the significance
of the fourth day's onrush prim-
arily was that General Bradley's
break-through was still going full
pace over the front stalemate.
The Germans had six Panzer
divisions there at the time the
Americans broke through In the
west, but It was not disclosed
whether they were still on that
front orwere starting to shift to
meet the American menace.
I The weather was not so
favourable for flying today.
Router states, but close on 200
American medium and light
bombers attacked five rail
lines leading from Paris to the
battle area in an attempt to
hold up reinforcements for the
hard-pressed German army.
All day yesterday fighter-.
bombers were out in relays,
giving direct cover and sup-
porting each American
armoured unit, keeping in radio
contact with the tanks and
armour and strafing the enemy
armour to the path of the

Germans Fire
Greek Village
LONDON, July 28 (AP)-The
Greek Government in London an-
nounced today that the Germans
have added the village of Klesoura
In Kastoria District to the list of
more than 1,000 Greek communi-
ties In which slaughter and de-
struction were visited upon the
civilian population. The announce-
ment said that after a clash be-
tween Greek guerrillas and a Ger-
man patrol In which two Germans
were killed, the Nazis put the torch
to the village..
Public Works Depart-
Ment-Trinidad &

\,..,.ed for Admiralty Works
Branch a temporary draughtsman
with at least three years' experi-
ence. Candidates must be able to
design timber and masonry struc-
tures, prepare working drawings,
extract quantities and estimate.
They must also be able to make
simple chain surveys and to use
dumpy level. Knowledge of steel
work and reinforced concrete de-
sign would be an advantage.
Salary scale $104-8-$120 per
month plus Temporary War Allow-
ance which on $104 Is at present
Applicants, if given an Interview,
will be required to bring with them
testimonials from previous employ-
es and specimens of their draughts-
manship. They may be required to
undergo a short test in design and
Applications giving age and full
particulars of experience should be
addressed to the Director of Public
Works, 1, Edward Street, Port-of-
Spain, to reach his office on or
before 10th August, 1944.__ __


I O Pairs




Price. .4.0 per pair.

^ f 1 . . 'i . .. ." I II I ;*._II

LOUDON, Ju1 (4)-A
Moscow raftano w edoo f
= %,low",a "~iita ; w !*
ready have on no! a pO
of toe r to Thfs *Wo.
will -M M= I' -
bftstloh.ow taiM rn -
lengeo. f u
ways "d vsua. -
SoonWE wi a n d-wo
rosiiii.iilr 6IT .--..

Postman Jailed

For $10 Teft

From Package
Trimhee yearsd Cnm aesat.
Gulemro MaIu., a h-yW -old
postetin of Point Fota, pleaded
guilty beon Mr. JM M J"s e -M.
Pere in the A laseh Court hcre to
an accusationr of larceny from a
postal package and was sentenced
to three years' imprisonment.
Matamaro wassald to have
stolen two W note" sent to a
woman by her daughter Ia Port-
Sentencing t Matavaro, Mr. Jus-
tlcpie Peneu dclard that the offence
to which Matamaro pleaded guilty
was a very serious one which struck
at the very root of public confi-
dence In the Post Office. 7%) em-
phasise the seriousness of the of-
fenc', Mr. Peres read a pa-sage
from an ordinance which showed
that a postman could be Impris-
oned for life for such .an offence.
Ruby McLean who told Mr. Jus-
tice J. L. M. Peres in the Assize
Court here today that she was
guilty of manslaughter when called
upon to answer an accusation of
murder was sentenced to seven
years' Imprisonment.
McLean is alleged to have
stabbed Samuel Collins, a man with
whom she lived, with an Ice-pick
on Christmas Eve last year.
Mr. Rupert Archbald appeared on
McLean's behalf and put in a stir-
ring plea for leniency after relating
the circumstances which led up to
the incident. McLean, Mr. Arch-
bald said. deeply reretted the in-
"I think that thi is one of tilhe
cases where imprisonment tIs better
for the person concerned than for
the public." declared Mr. Justice
J. L. M. Perez when he sentenced
Samoondarle, an aged Indian
woman, to six months In prison.
Samoondarie at an earlier sitting
of the Assize Court pleaded guilty
to an accusation of committing a
public mischief.

Matteoti Slaying
NEW YORK, July 28 (OP)-
"The New York Times' today
printed a despatch from a Rome
correspondent saying he had in-
formation definitely Unking Musso-
lini with the assassination of So-
cialist Deputy Matteoti In 18I4.
The despatch said the memo-
randum, written by the Editor of a
Fascist newspaper, showed that
Mussolini had knowledge of the
plot to kill Matteoti. and said many
members of the Italian Chamber
of Deputies had a copy but none of
them dared to, bring It out so
Mussolini was saved. At that time
Matteoti was Mussolini's chief op-
ponent In the Chamber until his
murdered body was found.

Improved Offices
For Chamber
The Chamber of Commerce In
session yesterday learnt from
Government that they can resume
use of their meeting-room which
had been taken over for the US.
Military Police.
Mr. W. L. Alston, president, gave
the chamber an estimate for $1,000
to have the building put In proper
condition for the September meet-
On the suggestion of Mr. Alston
the chamber appointed Mr. 0.
Agard and Mt? J. Fernandes, to-
gether with himself, to go care-
fully into the matter of convert-
ing their premises Into an excel-
lent meeting room.
Peplying to a question by Mr.
George Rochford, the president
stated that the estimated $1,000
did not take into account air con-
ditioning of the room. He added
that whatever was done would be
carried out in such a way that It
would be very easy to convert It
after the war to an air conditioned
LONDON, July 28 (AP)-The
Netherlands Government today re-
coenised the French National Lib-
eration Committee as the provi-
sional Government of the Prench

Not His Nerves
Are To Blame
Orumpy, irrita a people a all
too eofen, stoma sferer who
could be the aoul lf oed humou
If they took a ittle 'Riniate"
Mnsa afte mela
eHeartuV.rn fiatelee and other
distressing forms of icndgestton a
caused by ea, acidi whbkh Irri.
tates tai deUate stomach lining
and, uneheke, may lead to aStri-
Ua or eves stomach uleersL. To
nwutraHise tha e-ia abeftt aand
givf lmmedito reiffromstmah
pao, doctors al vm te wa l ma
and recommend 'an rated Ma-
Ifvo are nervy and thessed ct-l
ya*l 9 spffjg fro a esy o hott
-va 'Nta.M? 9 "*
= .,,,.

T__Boorestn yom
'amn lme uhe. obatmesat at

a so -tesew a
S*a- siftin y
slowthOW minft6
the mpolL & = at &


Mr. Spence Tells Chamber

Programme More Flexible

The ]iw sestroUer would not ne-
estar l e wormre to Im-t the
-s owh om e under thatuOtlees
0a earri ieatosek, but te ithm

..a ksopita- tiit
tor eec nre to eml lra ms-
ulsai a r n toat he adae
er o iJ t the aeeptae of
either p-mi&t in
owe a b anker'st guarantee will
4e was keepins In eloe6 touch
wf tu ta ira poslues0oa a re-
aa t 011toe1414a t inhe lanbd not
a W ar to all Nems I=-
f the Food Controller for
EC aecowt. hbut with ro-
t ttaau lm rutaBna eomminer-
se osnts. I am led to believe
to he"won"avy stocks particular-
lyof acanued goods have accumu-
lated. I would be grateful if the
holders of heavy stock would keep
me advised of their position so that
r might avoid, with the assistance
of Mr. Spence, the further impor-
tation of these items with which
the market is over-stocked.
Mr. Spea said: "Mr. president.
I should like to commence my re-
marks by thanking you for yoedr
very kind congratulations on my
present appointment to the TTini-
dad Civil Service. I should also
like to express my thanks to all
members of the Chamber for their
co-operation since my arrlvalt in
the Colony about two and one-half
years ago. We have not seen eye
to eye on everything, but on those
occasions when we have agreed to
differ, we have maintained mutual
rpect for each other's viewpoint.
"TIhe Control Board has been
very much in the public eye during
the past few weeks and 1 should
also like to take this opportunity
of stating that I feel no resentment
of the criticism to which the Con-
tror Board has been subjected, as
I consider that anyone who accepts
office in an organisation like the
Control Board, which often steps
right across the normal trading
procedure, must be subjected to
such criticism. All that one can
ask in such circumstances is that
criticism be fair and reasonable
and based on fact.
"When I was leaving St. Vincent,
one of my most frequent critics re-
marked to a friend of mine that
he could not say that he was sorry
that I was leaving as he had dif-
fered from me so often, but in spite
of that, hlie said, there was one
thing that should be said in my
favour--that at least I had the
courage of my convictions. If,
when I leave the Control Board,
you gentlemen express the same
sentiments, I shall be very happy
Referring to the matters dealt
with at the conference Mr. Spence
said that Mr. Hale had already
dealt with the questions affecting
food. Other matters discussed
were shipping, programming, bulk
p rchasing and the position of sup-
pies of various materials.
Mr. Spence said that one of the
items of greatest interest was pro-
grmming, the procedure of which
was now far more flexible than
had been anticipated Program-
ming was now contin'ious and pro-
grammes had to be reviled up or
down five months before each
quarter. Canada was now being
supplied with copies of pro-
grammes and had agreed to advise
on such proportions of the Colony's
requirements as she would be able
to supply.
Mr. Spence referred to the policy
existing in Canada, whereby export
allocations were restricted to those
exporters who were In existence in
port ceiling prices were fixed nor
were exporters required to export
the goods that had been allocated
to them for exportation.

Referring to a recent article In
"Time" Indicatling that supplies of
timber, paper and textiles were
likely to continue in short supply
for some time after the cessation
of hostilities, he stated that Trini-
dad had been very fortunate in ob-
taining a fair allocation of timber
for 1944, and referred to the
Invaluable assistance rendered by
Mr. Anthony Garcia in putting for-
ward the Colony's case in the U.S.
In view of the shortage of texr
tiles, Mr. Spence stated that It was
essential that full use be made of
all quotas allocated to Importers,
and indicated that such quotas
would be transferred If not utilised
to the full by any importer.-
With regard to bulk purchasing,
Mr. Spence declared that everyone,
Including the Uinted States export-
era, the United States Government,
as well as Trinidad importers and
the British Government, was anxi-
ous to see items now on the bulk
purchase list return to commercial
procurement, but there were still
some items, which, in the interest
of all concerned, would be more
Nelsonian Players have already
contributed $1,090 to charitable
causes, according to a statement is-
sued by Mr. V. Monderoy, their sec-
Biggest single contribution was
one of $600, the proceeds of a chari-
ty show which went to the Bel-
mont R.C. School.
The band of amateur actors plan
to extend their policy to other

readily procured by means of bulk
purchasig. One of these ta
was radio parts, the allocatUoa for
domestte use In the UJLA. being
four-fifths of a tube per uniat per
annrum, while receivers were ant
being manufactured.
SFollowing the talk by Mr. iSpec,
the chairman thanked him a" Mr.
Hate for what hbe termed the in-
tersting remarks they had ad.e,
a id they would always be
welcome to come an# talk to the
chainsbr. He waUted everyone in
the Civil Service to refale that if
there was any matter which ws
of nal interest to the sommertail
community on which be coul
speak, he was at liberty to ask to
address the chamber.

Gen. Eisenhower
Warns Fishermen
LONDON, July 1 (Reuter)--O.
General Elsenhower'* instructions.
a special message was broadeast
from here today to French. Bel-
gian and Dutch fishermen. It ex-
tended for a further two weeks the
warning to stay out of certain
coastal waters. These waters ex-
tend from the French port of
Bayonne on the Spanish frontier
to the West Frisian Islands in the
Zuyder Zee. It Is recognized that
this may cause some hardship to
the fisherigen, but it is pointed
out that the co-operation, they
have already given, has resulted
in the saving of Ulife and facilitated

Jamaica Pushes
Election Plans
Trinidad GuardiaH Cea aendmnt
KINGSTON, July 25-acer1.
ment today tabled In the Leflala-
tive Council a long Bill to provide
fcr preparation and revision of
voters' lists on the basis of .adult
suffrage under the new constltuft7n
in time for November elections.
All Britls.. persons, regardless of
sex who are resident in the
island and are over 31 years old,
will be listed.
Census lists are to be posted
throughout the islknd. each cen-
tre having a list of 250 names In
the particular area thus covering
nearly 700,000 persons expected to
be eligible for the vote.
Government also tabled a me&-
s&ge of financial proposals in eon-
nection with the elections, show-
ing likely costs of $336,000 to pro-
vide electoral officer, presiding of-
ficers, clerks and voting machin-
ery In 3,400 polling stations.

Make Heavy Raids

Allied 'Planes
iThe Germans sent more of
their flying bomts over southern
England, including the London
area, Reuter states, and many
were intercepted and shot dilm
by British Sabre fighters. Theme
fighters Include the Tempest
which it is now revealed has an
engine of 2.200 h.p.
Two fighter pilots each des-
troyed two flying bombs in less
than five minutes and others
fell to anti-aircraft gunners and
U.S 'Planes Bomb
American Troops

FRANCE, July 29 (AP).-Mafor-
General Lewis Brerton today said
casualties among frontline Ameri-
can troops, in the massive bomb-
ing pacing the Normandy attack
on July 25, were lighter than first
believed and the overall result was
utip to expectations.
Bombs which fell among Ameri-
can troops were from 'planes
crossing I n late waves, indicating
that the fliers found the target
points obscured by Smoke and
dust from previous explosions, the
commander told the PressM confer-
General Brereton said Investlpga-
tion thus far has Indicated that
heavy bombers And one group of
mediums dropped their bombs
into the American sector abort f
the target area.
About 50 'planes were involved.
The Eighth and Ninth Air Forces
had made a concentrated attack
with between 2,500 and kw0
'planes on an area only a few miles
long and less than 500 yards deep
parallel to the St. Lo-Periera
The bulk of the bombs was
placed Into .he small area where
they were intended, but the gen-
eral said it was impossible to put
that number of 'planes Into an op-
eration of that sort and have
every one pick out Its aiming
points with perfect accuracy.

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.. Trindad Pilot.Officer
ralk Of Trndad Married To Canian Girl *I
1 1 T116.OKlW m wMturf tI M ofa PrwDAY dadM en -
uw ----- ins Mnlumii WE- -----Westmitert MumnasI Cim w~ the spin .1 a itiy p15gW '^-g^
_3 'xCzL-UBCY the Acting 0o01MlWl', *MP3pmld by Bir wedding r0*tiy* whan Miss Mired <@erflaUeW tt. *My autter
Cund.ve to the BelSont o irs of Mr. t7 =11 M. be th. ri
who*e HISa Emodlency pJowei tao mmh O o 5U~ 5*.bcieteble
ofa us kewK by the hm& Pot-OffteeOa. ma. Ke8y Slack, o1nly aso of MW. and M rsam Bigac"
Ini the ovening His fancy and Mrs. Wl and the A3.D.O
hndedthe distribute of OWN and oer s a/t. MaryIaf -of-IPuK fImTilnda W.I. states th -Yorkttn p Da p
(*ji. Y. RO..T- X. te Performed the4--
=., -oo+ "0+,ide asgieni

^^^S f:= d" Clothe Quiz HH
11 a ALICE TYLE came to Trinidad a week ao for hemr- eeron Clothes Q u4 yiiz
Mr toMr.,Edward If., fth ,NOof Mr. 11d 8 1 11M rIL amf- marrag by her f~ and looked
Forest serve n o r ee ridegroom *arrivedfrom very charningin a f.oorlength gown Tohe attractive women Is neve
aW ;W:Laon Wednesday and u th se e ~rr wastohavae VIi'O t of white brocaded organdie, withth m bet w hoyknow lowsto
ptff exl p*5erVO today. but owing t ou Or11 een C1`010 ic W e- it hasY- f wo slai s w et wO know how to
en unavoidably postpmoned unti try, Agt sllmly-,tted bodice and sweetheart drem st that abe makes a pretty
p" neckline, picture.
theivediIe Many pretty women are not so
iEN h. wife of Pvt. Martin Pehenik arrived.i Her fingertip veil Wm held In fmpereo In every ature, S
iAld'ad on Tuesday. Mrs. Pechenik, Who was formerly Ms etra
nleft Trinidad a ear ago to join the A.S.o"an ple by white cwers and her they are dressed flatteringly to gve
.tsncot lef Tld nid ~ now ha s O O amedic al d a pr tty eff ect. T o this e hnd-
S ili Washington got married enorw am i charge bouquet was made of American tioenhdr aitr-
M husband in stationed In Columbia. North Carolia, ad If he beauty roses. Her only ornament A becoming hair srrangement is
tow overseas in the next two or three months she intends going wee an heirloom necklace handed always to-be preferred to one ftha" h eoahgdrm ekhme
Ss down fron five generations. extreme and new, and often un- ki l f by e Y ,ot Ye. .
6444% him. down from five pnergtiong. becoming. Alo, a hat ty eky*-tha by Ow Jqw mAN YOh
of rRAK M the Poatmaoter.G.teral, and Mrs. Fraser, who ha4 Her brIdeemrsd were MIu Elen does thi. forAyou, evenifft i S b wllh rg --
ohoida n the-United States and Canada for thePast dosmalht ingasefat ouweenbigbts
i a halt months, turned on Tuesday..They did quite aLergren, in pink floorlength ow are being worn is preferred to some-
0oi a ofi YslIil, first to Baltimore and.New York and then to To- and MIsS Joan Bloomfield, In floor- thing that is the "last word, and *ARRY F. ZAUUlf'S
.to .- Ontario, North Bay, Kirkland and Saskatchewan, and length gown Cf blue, Both wore 1ot particularly good on you.
oo re0ton i w.If you are large do not wear a if
'iser. I uerstbrother, whom he had not seen headdres of shoulderlenth veil too-small hat or one with a Rl
i ynsj~p and spent some Un e with him in Oanalda. Ing caught with white and pink small crown that It gives you the I m R
st ubstantial contributions, amounting to about $3,000, were daisies and they carried bouquets of look of a pointed tree. Hats,like
other clothes, must be in propot-
given to local charltles and Inabitutionis as a result of the panto- pink carnations and blue Irises. tilon to your size. A sailor hat ois
St'Alladdin' produced by the Royal Naval Air Sta'ion, Piarco, at Th groom was attended by Mr. good on nmot women, but If the "w"'iM MlNAIS RCIIA MH iii
tol Bplre Theatre some time ago. e OM c-W.wn b tiny, it wI look sily on I t UN I IAM M AUI
-4n this respect, the good work of the officers and men of the James Lomon. C large womany.t will look silly on
a large woman. WA I 1M-IM.| I ='|
55ybl Navy and Fleet Air Arm will undoubtedly be appreciated by The little flower girls looked very Direut- uL itd by LEWIS MI
tL* local public, sweet in long dresses of pink and b yWSaI D r
l o et blue and carrying ouquete of od-
H. 0. R COODALL, A o let ,Trlnidad on Wednedy to return onial swee t peas. y1) CAT i
to the United Kingdom. gave a farewell party to his friends last While the register was being tin Dance at -orest Reserve Club, )
Wturday at the Church Hall, Pointe-a-Pierre. td Mrs. 0. Forsyth sang "Because," pmn to 2 am. Re Cu 3
lng and game took place and ong were rendered by Mrs. accompanied on the organ by Miss Dance at Trinidad Country Club. (( Ma
SPlumbridge and Mr. H. E. Mageen; a dialect reading was given Ruth Stewart. Dance at Tra n Cu MV
Mr. Barn Oxley, and the guests were further entertained by a con- The reception wa held at the Dance at Perseverance Club. .
j'S r speclality. During the evening Padre Trench presented Mr. home of the bride's parents and the..... TODAY 1.15-TO e 81
teodaU with a' framed photograph of the Chttrch Committee as a bride's mother assisted the happy BACK FROM JAMAICA Itlii|||iil|II lIIIIIluIIIIlIIIllIIIIIII IMHIHIIHIIIII
aomento tf hit residence In Trinidad couple in receiving the guest. Mrs. W. 0. Norris and her-
SAmong those present were Mr. and Mrs Henry Bull. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robbrt Norris and Mrs. C. daughter, Salty arrived from Ja- '_lli,:.iiiiti.iiiilliUlllliiiiilllllllllllllllHi
,plumbrldge, Mr. and Mrs. 0. K Arrewell. Mr. and Mrs. Partridge, eomon. presided ovw the tea malca on Wednesday evening. They -
M. and Mrs. Alec Blue., Mr. A. H Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs E. M. tables, will spend six weeks and are the | E
Tait, Mrs. P. Carr, Mr. Z. Hargireaves, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Parsons The Rev. Mr. Tate proposed the guests of Mrs. Jolsie de Montbrun. 4 430 E M P
iond Mr, Harry Crompton. toast to the bride, which was very Mrs. Norris left Trinidad about a
o e fittingly responded to bv the bride- year ago to Join her husband, who d
ri infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bower was i'hrlstened groom. Is the manager of the Nestle's Milk BIG WEEKu-E
i* on Sunday morning last. at the poresat Re.serve Anglican Church. After the reception the happy Company In Jamaica. She says
M N Rev. Mr Bankl performing the ceremony. The baby was gIt vethe couple left In a shower of confetti Mr, Norris is .n excellent health.
ams Olilan Marie Louitse and the godparents were Mr. and Mrs. for the Rettigs' holiday ime at -. .
lliae Darbrv, Mrs. C. H. Lemolne and Mr. R. Wohler, of Po0lnte-a- r.Madge Lake.
erre. of The bride's going-away dre.s was OUT OF NURSING HOME
After the epremornt Mr and Mrs. Bower ave I partv at their of powder-blue with hat and cost Mr. H. 0. Ferreira, who last month S?!/3
FnlowatFrest Rlserve, where a buffet luncheon was served, a to match. was Involved In a motor accident
s t gcake cut, and the usuatoats proposed Telegrams of congratulation were. and who had been a patient at a
beuestsat the partr were Mr. and Mr s.r.arby.Mr. and Mrs received from Port-of-Sailn. Trin-n. nursing home fvw the past six
die tstant, Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Rostant. Mr and Mrm. Hugo idad, and from several parts of weeks, left the institution a few
1lXait, Mr. end Mrs. Albert GaIt, Mnrs. W. H. onddard. Mr. and Mrs. Canada and th United State. days ago.
,k Atkinon. Mr. and MO enterr Thavenot Mr .andM.c Pilot-Offlcer Keay Slack secured He now attends btuiness every
Arrat', Mr. and Mrs. Knight Mr. Otto Roat.Lant and Mr. Raoul fr. 't placein I. ,.lt, uadron In the morning for a few hours and ex-
......r. era nation fr Pilot officer and peacs to be going to Barbados
Wohar, won a medal for the highest marks, shortly for a holiday.
UIMMrNO BTRWD" Kexends heir ,ysmpathy to Mr. Jutisl h
H Vinmcent Brown on the death nf Mro Vincont Brown, which
oo ord on Thuday morning at the home Tie funeral took ce R a di P r o g r a m m e s
Me same afternoon, and t~h@ Inrgi cortege was evidence of the high R a d i o P r o g r a m m e s
esteem In which the erplO pwer* hpld. --- _
rT E! INFORMALw dance at Napariliia Reel cation Club, San p,'erllatlndo, U, A. WVI_________
w 'hict was held on Wiitday evening from 7 untli 10 o'clock, ws : nn'm NwB
*gain a great succem, so mnith so thfiat, oni of the younger et. al' "1 .15 H r irrche-tr Tel Hmii si".,rn 'nwts MtuilI
W Ing that dancing could take place at the club every Silndlay :a Firsti Pann 4inrtt Hynins from Holn I
evening. Mr. Ala played the piano and the dancers eemed to appAe- :" . Yrn r for Yank
01 e the music ve- intm ch, :(W ) Daiwa News Mwilic We T i o '
Among those present were Dr. Peter Rostant, M is Joan and Miss Personal Albu, m .-
*race Roste.nt: Dr. and Mrs. Roy Kroah, Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Tres- Q :... i'n DNnec Harry Jame s '
4il, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McKensle, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Boin, Mr. r' N. ., New. -
nd M rs. L. C. C. Hnbson. M r. and M rs. Reginald Lucle-Sm lth, M iss -Ne s.. .... ----.... .
at de oanne Mr. Cyril de Gannes, Lt. Van Ness, Mrs. Jack McClean, ( w T )W lMry News Cornme Jaz z. i
Heile H uIn -nter. M r. Bernard La lxs ri, M r. Louls La7 xarS. M I.IK / :3 - ltock( Jor'kpt ne -atu irda MnI pM 5 %
heelaa'h Todd Mr. Steve Betnnett, Miss Frances and Miss Dorothy .7.-, a C. ympuhody -- ng goin
t1udhomme: Liout. Lentaud. lJeut. MeNaught, Mr. S. PreUdthomme, --- --- .
Andre Rotant, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Devenith, Mr. BillY dc :00 -- N Hit Parade
110,14ll, M W Joan Ij-sey. Mr. H. R. "H'akell Mr. lad Mrs. L. 0. 1-8 :'+,o, p pr.u sag" .l. -. j#
;rolwt, Mr. CoUn Pirgesa and Mr. Sonny scale. 0 8 i.i: H..H i ..r.. Nini Eara DanceMr s '|
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MnR. A. J. YOUN0,. aSenlor clerk I n the Secretrlarial Ip9ttih t '4W Ni, 1n Netwtrk Rtptri t New
rn- bOyrnmet ln.ouni elf t for 'obagn B day or two ago. acolinpal- :15 H 14 Ths.'lrt tore. N'W nat Home L.tin Rh,yt l me
by Mrs.Young. her mother fnd their ttle boy, Btrianu. ThIey tAO'rtn Weller, Dane Time withJOHN LODER' RUTH FORODMAPiON
to remain twowees. 41, Graom. H.ArlRC ....... HI ARaFRASERPAUL CAVANAGH
'___ N__l H____,,_l NWI Mlht Owl Cllk S _------=--LLat
)A1S8TNOMRS for Barbhado a few days ago were Mr. N .lor Ito?, 1 I I .. M ao, ~... Today, 1i15 p.m.
4 ir. Alvin T. tinhnem and Mr Joey Fi'errarl. Thwo hwe aone to tye1.e \5Jtpm.w "i '*t t- -aa aI
tr. Al.lil ThmAbio the v will spenllr the liext twn wton t e 0 tks..-,l..l. r TARZAN'S SECRET TREASiURE
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Soturddy, July 29
I Rouns of 2 Mim. Each.
The manaemect Invite. all
interested men of the Mer-
chant Navy to come forward
and take part. Names and
welthtsa may be tiven to the
Club Steward.
With the permission of the
Boxint Board of Control.
Ceblent. House. St. A.nn'

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Show Form As
Scre Easy Triumph

-, *-jAs0WOih s gained an easy 4 v4 victory
himo they clashed in an S.AJ.A. first class
1p* on Thurgday.
,ihj esusbaldo cen- -
s dtpls of

he pEast St. George1
Sn match Soccer Games
-~tholie YouthsStrT da
to r Start Today
the second 0-
cMii eed oilmen The Anza4s-I mperial fixture will
:" way, and hold the spotlight in the four
mte th egeun aed! to open the Baist St.
Van were the Football Association today.
I Cthoc The East St. George champions,
lr -" "-so Anacs, gained the trophy by a
E L oe,~ twonarrow margin last year.
L, Locke, two: Anzacs have a new half line, but
e rWnandes one will depend chiefly on pivotman,
h fo : Bastard to hold the fort.
as Afollows:-, The attack line is almost the
SA. Ja9o0s, same as last year's with the only
IfT Knowles, 0. change being Fritz replacing the
S 8. Bennett, R. goal-scoring Freddie Wyke at cen-
S(captain), Seal tre forward.
VFreddie Springer Is their ace
Igs--. Sand; -. forward and with the other speedy
C,; Drayton. M. youngsters, is expected to give Im-
ford; J.Huggins, perWal full backs, Browne and Lewis,
f oods, J. Ross and some harassing times.
Ste re e The champions also have a oound
Sas the referee, pair of backs in Atwell and Bailey,
P-,Tc1aSon and Mr. B. and Clifton Is brilliant between the
pte lines. uprights.
Mr. dAbadie, assistant Warden
n of East St. George will kick-off the
ball in a match between All Stars
p tCarltOn and Sheffield at T'unapuna to start
ig the season,
ame Arima will be represented after
A five years, by Dodgers who will be
woIa Correspondent battling against Strollers at San
mn D, July 29-The Juan.
hdf t will be up The Arlma outfit will make a
otelrmost formidable hard bid to take their opening fix-
teoppost Carlton in ture, while Strollers may give them
6 1 "&ass encounter a surprise drubbing.
today. With the The fixtures are as follows:-
Dow. Bson, W. Clarke, Anzacs vs Imperial at Tacarigua.
Hraynes 'on their Sheffield vs All Stars at Tuna-
itsiwill prove them- puns.
L real "walnut" and Corinthians vs Springboks at St.
0 defeat the youths Joseph.
tkng the field with- Strollers vs Dodgers at San Juan.
, their ace custodian. MODAY'S TEAMS
Rton will referee the Anzcs:-N. Clifton: B. Atwell,
; M. Bailey; F. Thomas, R. Bazzard.
N TOMORROW O.,Stanley; H. Wilson, F. Springer,
C. Fritz, T. Castello and S.0G.
Iricket final will lie Sankar. Reserves:- H. Besson, H.
ZrW afternoon wit.i Armour and E. Henry.
W Mortimer's Eleven Imperial:- C. Oreenidge; C.
aoours. Browne, C. Lewis; H. Prescott, A.
Browne, D. Sergeant; H. Oarcia, E.
Tyrell, A. George. J. Atwell and H.
u Browne. Reserve:-B. Browne.
eipll WVins Springboks:-T. Clarke; S. Flores
W11 W n Phillips-, H. R& Karey, P. Washing-
l ton, Spencer; Akan, Donawa, Car-
ries ter, A. Simon, Boxill. Reserve:-
wWalke. Seller and Humphrey.
1e won the Ro- Corinthlans;-.O. Pero W. Hltok-
club duoble round son, T. Bruce; H. Aliderson,-'A.
ch started in No- Charles, A. Holder;: V. Hickson, R.
and concluded re- Flores, N. Bell-Smythe, H. MasseY
-17 points, and C. AndreWs. Reserm,-"O.
with 12 was Henri McAllman and A. Cupid.
-Pt Pemberton XI Draw

10 Grenada Opener
*l~ra ) The touring Pemberton league
.. .. .. football team opened their tour of
...... 7 Grenada with an exciting one all-
.. .. .. 7 draw against the powerful AllI
.. 3 Blacks team, according to a cable
*'") '. 3 received by Mr. Brunnel Jones,
Denmas and Mr. Ache, secretary of the league, from Mr.
idable circumstances, Cyril Guerra, manager of the
Wary to withdraw team
I ent at this half Fedo Blake, flashy Inside fore-
ward, netted for the tourists.
ROU8E The 1944 Pemberton league
Government Railway football season begins on Sun-
r lub-house at South day morning on the Queen's Park
1.t U. it was decided Savannah. Following are the
Jfixtures:--t. Ann's Y T.G.R.
S will be opened at Referee: Mr. A. Trimmingham;
Malvern v Siwell on N.A.F.L.
=lerkins, Acting Gen- ground; Referee Mr. 8. Liver-
Was appointed the pool.
Club at yesterday's All matches must begin at the
._ hour specified in the niles.

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To aloil Customers and the General Public

SOur Stores in Port-of-Spoin and San Fernando
will be closed for Annual Stock-takinn from 1st
to 31st Auaust (inclusive)

-ns- Ac.counts will be received as usual at our

onca Beans offices.
Highs Pries Pad Hardware & Electric Supplies Ltd.
Highest Prices Paid ,

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Maple To Play United British Play 'Rest'

Notre Dame In In S.A.F.L. Opener Today

Leaguer Today Triniad G C ident
APEX--United British soccer outfit, which swept all before In
jMaple., with ,Id burly PiJor Trinidad occer last year, will oppose "The Res" at Forest Reserve
Jones, who led ad to victory .
In Barbados, at the bWm, will op- In the Southern Amateur Football League opener at 4,43 this after-
Poe Notre Duname this afternoon in boo.
a TAJ.A. lague fixture' In ronti,
the stand. ".. .-- .-- -- The proceeds of the game vlll be
Maple team will be a colorful d1 CS a, onated to ih Souui Caribbean
one this year. Partnering John K rO Forces Fund.
Sampson will be 14. Ewe t m uwel. the United BrUsh will place on the
Preson stalwart. while Nele /field today nearly the same ttam
Clarke, brJillant St. Mary' left- TT that scored such a sensational 6-5
winter and Phil DoUagllt Nor- O ff T o .G J ^ victory over Fleet Air Arm to take
then League ace,. have bu n __---- the Chisholm Cup last December,
drafted into their line-up. Oeorgie Lewis, P. 0. Wilson, C. and then went on to whip Sport-
Notre Dame will be captained by Phelps, Trinidad official represen- lng Club In the F,A. trophy final
V. Pierre and will have many aces taUves at the B.O. 2-day sports to tn January.
In their side. be held on August 7 and 9 along They have an exceptionally
Major Mervyn Orell will referee with manager Laurie Rogers will strong defence with Frank Ander-
the match, leave Trinidad for the mudland son and George Edwards, as full
Following will represent Maple. today, backs, and Ronald Lillicrapp as
0. cumberbatch; J. Sampson, H. Georgie Lewis Is Trinidad sprint Center half.
iEmmanuel: C. Dolly, P. Jones ace of the moment, having beaten 'The Rest' have selected a col-
(capt.), C. Davis; A. Ganteaume, an intercolonial field In both 100 ourful team. In their forward line
Allan Joseph, T. James, P. yards races at the T.A.A.C. May will be Ahamad Charles and Natty
Dougliln, and N. Clarke. sports. Sely, who represented Trinidad in
"---P. 0. Wilson hung up a new Barbados.
A ateur Bo ts At .quarter-me mark. ,42-5 seconds Following fre the tams: -
Amateur Bouts At at the Oval in May. while C. "Rest": Vernon; McD.' Durlty,
Phelps, ace cyclist, proved chan- Bewster; G. Scott, T. Bower, J.
Tj Am r pion of the intermediate class. Morris; H. Grant, A. John. A.
naguanas Today ~Phelps will bc riding in the "A" John, A. Charles. F. Scott and N.
class intercolonial events. Bealy.
A grand amateur boxing tourna- Mickey Fernandez, Colony chain- U.B.O.T.: Ezkel; P. Anderson, 0.
ment will be staged at the Plish plon, left on Monday. Edwards: C. Z Bain, R. J. Lulll-
High School, Clhaguanas, this at- Laurie Rogers, former cyclelCrePp. H. Phillips; A. Philip, N.
ternoon, starting at 2 o'clock. champion, has been appointEdi Douglas, Christie, Christopher, and
Pupils and former pupils will manager of the T.A.A.C. rep-ean-1 Tory.
clash in many bouts., while top. tatlves to participate at this spuoto, Mr. A. Jack will carr' the whistle.
notch pugilists from the city will and will also ride. ________MrA.Jcwl____hwise
give exhibitions. ---------
Juan Rleece,. popular referee, will
officiate at the bouts. rfre ilW K
Theboutswill be held by kind Bonanza 2nd Class WAKE UP YOUR
permission of the Boxing Board of
Control. _t Final Starts Today LIVER BILE-
Invincible C.C. will figure saint WW" Cal-l-Aled tea'S puei
Vandeburgh Games Bata C.c. in the Bonanza second Waed F-ul o Vi sand Vilgr.
Class cricket final, which gets un- Youriiverahouipourouttwopntoiqud
I I 1derway on the Queen's Royal Col- bile intoyourbowetsadily fthabuleanot
To Augustl dec i'Dn~ tom~wtdl An ~ lN^w el td rw~
Trinidad Ouftdia Corresondent will continue tomorrow. deomach you sat cosstipate s Your who
LA BREA, July 17d At a special These two teams have scored yttem a po toned and you ste aour *aunk
LA~~coe myAJuy s-tunseck
meeting f the Vandeburgh Cup many splendid victories in their and the world looks punk
Cricket Committee at New Jersey, respective divisions to qualify for A tere iweamovementdotttget titt
under the chairmarship of Mr the final, and a keen battle for Liver Pills to get these two pintsa of bile fr .
John Smith, it was decided that honours is expected. in freely and make you feel "up and up'.
the 1944 series will bin n The umpires will be Mr. Braith- Harmies. g entle, yet tamnin making bile
Sunday, August S waie, and Mr. Squires.w freely.ook or the name Cater*Ltttle
Sunday, AUgUSt 6. wiean MrSurs.litver Pi~la on the red pecage. Reusemr
The 1943 season's play will offit. The following will represent Lai else. 1' the ck.t au
dcally be brought to a close with Invincible. Abdul Rahaman, tcaptt;
the playing of the final game Bob All,. N. Samaroo, Fred Shuffler, _________
between Siparia Road Sporting Edwin Asgaralli, Ned Shuffler, C.
Club and Everton C.C, of La Brea bmtl,, Eric Murgan, Yacob Khan, OFFER FOR CALE
on Sunday July 23 and Sunday, Ramroop and MaUa Maraj. R F S L
July 30 on the Brighton Rlcrea- Reserves; C. Sookram and I.
tion ground., Garcia. DEEP SEA STEAM
Already, 10 clubs have signified A wL
their intention of participating In TRAWLER
the 1944 tourney. They are: An-
tilles Otiflelds C.C., Cruse 0O1-HI
fields C.. c., Sobo, Brighton, *p b a*(Ex H.M.S.,'WHITECAP')
Sporting OlubOf U.B.O.T.. Ore- Length 13. ft. Beam 22.4ft,
Pouche C.C., lSiparta Road Depth 14. t.
Sporting Club. Acme C.C. Mr. Toh.age l.f. gros 191.67 net.
Kokeram's Xt of Forest Reserve Main Enhon n es triple expansion
and Everton C.C.
The competition 3 o a cylinder 62 NHP.
cricketers in the Counties of Boiler ore horizontal scotch
Victoria and-St.e Ctrnckta w type 1801b W.P.
done In former iears. Bunker capacity 126 tons coal.
dann inSteel hull, speed 9 knots.
XARA*-NSl-"j"dNH, ;Up Hold capacity about 150 tons,
RShip built and engined in
The NAraynsingn Sunday .1n- U.S,A. In 1916. Reconditioned in
ing Competition will get under way ShIp at present lying in Barbs
tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, dos
when Mr. Henry Clarke Will kick Offers to purchase should reach
off the ball in a match between Da Costa Co.. Ltd., Bridgetown,
Rebels p.C., last year's cup-holdersBD
and the "Rest.",Barbados by 12th August.
The following will represent the
"Rest":-F. CudJoe; C. Grimes. B.
Oxley: J. Johnson, R. Bazzard, C.
'Murray; U. De is Rosa, a. Thomas
N. Worrell, L. Forde, and W. Jones.
Resrvm:-W. Holder. R. Lynch,
P. Wiltshire, N. Belle-Smythe and
P. Best.

Asliougn supplies will be short
I for a long time.




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Pointe-a-Pierre Laundry Service
have pleasure in announcing that
they have established a depot at
which was opened to the public on
MONDAY, 17th JULY, 1944
40, POINTE-A-PIERRE ROAD corner P.A.P. Road
and Chacon Street) SAN FERNANDO.

About 100 Acres Pul'y Planted
In Tones Beans. Coffee (RO-
busts and Arablea). ocoa,
Limes and a variety of Citrua
and other fruit tre., known
as HelvettL Estate. Poole.
Ward of Charuma, County of
Nariva. 3 drying houses,
sweat box. residence, barracks
all !n perfect condition. ,5.
mile from railway. Tabaquite-
Rio Claro Road runs through
estate which is between the
34 and 26 mile oats. Offers
to be made to V. J. 8tauble,
29 Frederick street, Port-of-

Borough of San Fernando


San Fernando are hereby notified
that in order to prevent their pro-
perties from being put up for sale,
all arrears of House and Water
Rates, and Electric Lighting Loans,
up to and including tnose for the
year 1942, and charges, must be
paid before 31st July. 1944

R. M. Scott,
Town Hll Town Clerk.
Town Hall,
San ernando.
15th July. 1944.
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of section 20 of the
Companies Ordinance application
has been made to the Governor for
a Licence directing an Association
about to be formed under the name
PARE to be registered with limited
liability without the addition of the
word "Limited" to Its name.
The objects for which the Asso-
ciation is proposed to be establisah-
ed are:-
tl To promote, engage lIt, man-
age and control schemes for
any work or activity and to
do any act or thing whion
may directly or Indirectly
serve the general Interests
and the social or economic
betterment and aid of the
working people of the Colony
or which may directly or in-
directly relate to the morals,
health, cultural improvement,
education, recreation, indua-
try, finances, trade, livelihood
or employment of such peo-
(2) o: apply for and accept
grants of money, gifts of
land and any other property
or assistance whatever to be
used in furtherance of Its,
(3) To undertake, execute and
administer any trusts condu-
cive to any of Its objects;
(4) To promote research and
other scientific work in con-
nection with any agriculture
Industry or trade;
(s) To establish, found, main-
tain, subsdribe to, support
and endow schools, demon-
stration centres, exhibitions,
experimental works, model
farms and the like Institu-
tions; and
(6) Generally, to do anll such
things as are Incidental or
conducive to the attainment
of any of its objects.
tiotice is hereby further given
that any person, company or cor-
poration objecting to this Applica-
tion may bring such objection be-
fore the Registrar OGeneral on or
before the 13th dav of August next
by letter addressed to the Regis-
trar of Companies at the Red
House, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
Dated this 19th day of Julv. 1944.

San rdo.-164-l.



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-- W~~ ~~ainoP'Phon 36. Ag nprfetcnition. E ckeOU l. Teephnd L~.~lent$64 WOW Commanding a andbeautfls itters(Dr. J. G.] A. in xelnteodlto, AYo lewth60 )uN M MO I nA M ioyIll-t li //gtn .M p, d u sad h

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FatNAiN i, n i~ r Stes.,*oi Bourg."^ .," ^^ 1'^ ^ Ban" -- -- -- -- BAgi. ontw re Crndry frind oferie Mrs. Chnamhr proioiifnt|0b|uy 31
watd i P ml~yDO '6 onnor par aterby S, 0 8 eery111totl' .Si debo-- a rd.t W a,

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g Ordtt "?t -JulTypwnn 2 xm. Mission MEoHAN Io (next~vrj-r--i^.ir--- to the1* R.C.' Chrc) `N AND PENCIL EN GRVIG Golde Attm n d - I -- M-- ^ will giv th-44M me..'
^ T11RNC G?,IE.RK^ H TUBILNO. o AL EA WESTINGOUE r R ADIO & Streid -Aumut ,,, o S atr s t o- g 28 e JOHN-inr lovin memory of 8 Wife.'
Mtsor taml ,e) reuire. Aply; 80 o.3L AT M TIk for-Aug.|1.10 illdeaely 1em151 Fs NL +'- Outfiters

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CIlnt O T.Ibt July29 K -- ONT Tre SaN Fena w b p rinti n om ier who d epa rted this l i fe anbe Queen. Street Oel-e

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Pntn 'IMI p*+ l.lX) K'~u~ w*J h,, er y i i yar d IN. r' I ]6nn gt+ t A u t Tr2l Iad Appy; Moen .nBtw o arnm~,TIINAn ,o i ~ t i ot, ] OtT Pris *l1 opa~-Cn wit andfk o---her--- ,b I r BIy
" ,,bo an conr.go Opotnt-s t lMOOR FP Avr~lWt" +L'I 0%0 ~ bust I(JR A'D|.D1L l l ine ss loobrocait. Cmedrict Zopos lion $, 14O H HLD YC.~aI i --HI8sesaa ~tl lt Is S evs OeB ws is: PorxTube De

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1& "Ga rd, ? -----n-- MohAODER2 SItRPS |2 .MrN A the "ostle Royl Orcesra and C 0@ el Cop- RerfettrRENTALS w B reP honer t oLI Q TFh w X u 9 4
BALAIR. OFFE 5ED-1. 910011- Ico erice LAGE eschFoupe 2LAN-Jdlivery.a t.ir and lture of ever d vesripo In n-eBros.. aosoo.5E. Plr4

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dril- Female)SteoY graph r by tow n Ofles$1100 Cn b re eosdty d.or pirn, near Gait countsdeatwk .rGrandest GLYCERINE-- -- --icludy putBedsnandck.ritgs.er Pisno. garninapofnssleartd

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jog5'0 I-HMITO aOZTARU o Se:A -ul py:Go.rV HggnsdoCo. Ld.TAenyNoury ars age 1Nyou eftbein AThatM onthl.

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ANTION Clln Cpy t G rl for Prlish. mn-Au A ide. l bathin gtepsrll 25.onMr, roeiAJul t 1 ol. Senh sit e. A ppll Cl rt. l t : ON- PI E H T G we h t C h 11 ;i
WBri te; S C o l i. Post B ox 445 Aug. 2 ONE CHEVROLET DIE nI. M otor Xly goR ARt t a t o La wrence ChristBan Fernat no tlBd;o 29 t O .h Aoprn or i or 1ox11 4_ Acr_ o- iud wtIhe n on
Ovirlser.A pl- yA .I Ow n h d tik nghone ,on0 All Jo. A t |llllrl''O1ll1HII"lllliniliiniptiiiielliii. *0 or 'P I A .4 R I ;Ag l i w d g
#,i Aget pKreviOus experienceUBt any. and IaiilbytUhbihaVylltoBt ro.l*d *ddltR*d. tle road; 4%haot$ at y_ IHorHo1a1I1IIIrIIIoldlWAlTED|||||lliNlu.Lvolovingnand a. re/t. *l:
A~t XIUV orefere ~ nncs t Car luo niLite 131. dt Aug o 27 abo o ve 1.a.t ddcressn. -uly 31i A-1011, c/o. "*' Guardian --Aug. 2.~r WATE TO PUCAE-eod- meor of my dea Ko Macl Fim A u c ion Sa le CM r~t/ l It

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11'BY EGLISH U ;r-OFurnisedFboreABei o

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ANT LD-O NE N KID HOUBM C. I I,,If condition, l MI.>. good~~,. licensed and b Matt ew, 26 Warren street J.uny CtrDas o . 'rrx -rG d Ur wyh, d.MsTI ON V686 Sa turda
be k, at. B eatBt, l ) ye ars' e l*r fr 19 Apn n N ,. 3 ott l wr. *mta.l. AUg. 1 3H U A D O T G NPfeh Wtreet. R d 8 AN UHi oin-nID irV14 | ugt er T :TO.M
.ad tlTm bes t 0Atn rtB. to rih pMn OAp plyIN R. IMap, Phone127, P.- s Y C Fo R r uA ouse A y Bar Us t 25 t .V e. "Phoe.65. RO- MS AND LAN brotherandeith r ~ Uv eI
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gIr- COMPT E Nd T CI'l)Wlor C, kl- I *' W *""*R 9-4tl CAR ,lc. '3 ode Itn Anrr>cug-u BM tN~.NT~ 19 Stee D2.0 1m 940.t *** U l, ....,,,^.^ a^j,.ji'tj,..iiiti~,
l~It for~ l St. Ai ust i IJ. Albnn. 2:I10 ,'. -I1mr c- Ang i' or< RF*I DF RESOR* T I.HO .U To bago.t ItLeasehol Buies rprt y O b.lS~t -An, 11m lovdboh erU Idalc o Jol ^^ it^ ^P^ t t^ ^

bi "to a o wL rnd sale 1, Ili I I ) ao "'TR t ion I mile"fro m Scni "" II (r . ...r., pIf .wo departerdo1 t s toi f oI IIn dthover2wteh ---PI
,i Ouarnia ( N I I nlo I story Street all4 bewol THE- SALES
-July .. ..... .. ...... o rii#- mtr eri h ea uasd P one 1 .....................SALE July.C194.pWchInstrcted yMrs

I .... a-^ AufI, D^S s EI.IQIITY MOI^ ;?&5,Raa- --N ^S^ .-; We ^ j
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NU M ID 1r otlyAd el Ep ne vl,] Hih Ar k s San FeAm~l' i nin Julyposses lT o I-Lr ANiO. rI .$,0 onrw oI evn h

Alr edAt. .J<, 0 -'P U, o41. ..ll y 30 teptl Stret 3 S npnitl. Hlw *PfB we kno ,11u s, ,c as +SIU
LAUN .,0111Izl. U~l IM O 8 B M ~ rlMtIIH OP'RI R N SE o ~ y ~ Imlr o nn 1; $o.300 rum That yournrne us hadogoni.

Mr i Itwd.--& u r. te o( dy 'i.. w *u>*t* nI Qu i i. wltrlt- Au I julir a lpl B lchatll home. Bowo pmut+t r.-AwI y* m wnand. l w ill. ............ ny Auc i- "L ^ 1"B *utf ITTi, i~ ~
BSit a m t stret .1 q o rcod"" '""t "d '" n-OM N"F" h ROOM -s x I Se.... """' Tu s r 2"V """""n""de ounth o l u i
1" t Hose.m araval -Jul~ed ely 0 tn :(,rn vr, of itot, itdlvri y Stret-o. Juln.Rl,30 a ardry R 'll',ous's",fersaleoaught, (Slvid. adomies tlfrylestattess, Siz

1o1lftlnlds o1a1 a e oS~renee hcp.l 's"^ C** ttl-4, Trtolltld. Import~ E. I Port SOo11, L. ..d.'i two> car~SS lllll HlS1n^l 1urel Imf^ ^^,I -- r ,I.. MIOR I *
ten oorl ~ TO g Hl n A me ria nsony.Bor di ng Hou seOW vt a ltm i OOL O AL W RNE nlvn eoyo u
1934 V R ,-$VAIAN Gn'od conditions T gt _ a7 stt Aug 4.4J mal n L roLanso o rd- tgages . . .
FU.U ,+d RNISHED ROOM bt h 1)ydlr. WA alOIl b AL Co li BAT &COlh-m.l;. Cerl et rmummi mmal wth new Lrsm h eatl hswrdonJl 9 93 n ates rp
DINITA MrrHA~r, delt-*UpPM wrm July |tiorllol0, A ol e mn or Europea n.i pp "" "*.. ...............r,1-1 llimo od ae h wolv oF v~e ih isrcin ri rse, C a H n
14 U0,-11-O, S -n Frnand, Bi. ... 11J -t -o -e-.- .... Id,o Vria, wrom+p N" so aom M srs-.A.S ene, .De. C il'_C d r u l
a.'-Au. a 6 dg0,%0%,0oPV0l,41w w tw %o Inl*Irett wrklnorder, hlrd-J ly 3W We aeInvetedo ve:PIr $000 o ro rGr andeo -AgI Ntlsbilgn efr; sil t li Lvnso,. p, i.W ssad,2C eil
FURNISHED DOUBLEb andrl nd r HilNlL frcients At er rionihr andh avlf e de MO R RIo4mnecletcodto.fv iv ihu nmmr
ushel~ MNtreo.t.-l/Augr. I lt t,- A ll 1.terem Saw m .to 4.30 p m done t 2 Cy M om .Indnm r ve u .- u .4 H o i g i ce n n p ew a
IUE r m PARKW Y GU STSHElti (Oposit ont, paableby u, eah evryalt of BAR- FORD SEDA lae mal". VnNA OUM.In lving a teer-udi11
.*.r40 of 6w904;.m+ O S.1,an e uI .n.1) ,r, in., .+ ., ..mIIOI"Micrometer meauring 2",toTuesdayB1eakfast.T..le
UL~iNY 6N SUPRO NOTTanks.nIn good- o ndltl kp F l I lon 0134l m 11,110. i vnlao. pdy h* Iedl r ge freehoIpropertyat it -- I OS A RE R GE A OR hi ay rcal te me oy
OIl~ rd etCle tor C o v- Dow Vlllt.|age,' DrodIxitic, montblla. D ULE ROM BordanddoLodging I color Rood oltofsldcoceeAut3 R DI.F N-OTI tplteNtl O oe oeAn t et IZisStrsoe n 0Slds E a e et n i
I ml itrn ooswt m eit Pe matio, cord-chtger, Perect condtion Amthe" wholoved ba halt. 1 lt. I W istoWath (Newhaen...Setee,.Chais and T
API!31RhntlSrm- u.2 1 lai-- 'prce p id. T. OfrodeI-,Thato loved you so-sinews. I Microscope M.T kl and O cuIos
70%IAL, C *MnBteyEgihGato Wtd Chcol SAU treet. -Agt tul 3 tathm.A PDu KmII-.Am. 4o adri n a I t si l a ckets. It a*'OUTYa UPIE hl Cee dd o.oa...10 I y-l-a oto e ILw IIeCra rezra
do be add, sod lo--lo, eih r sler-" ilts Sret eo a. .. .. .. . .... ... ..n faher
I.ore wt *Ua ir&-cOU uarilair si Bx.A16, "Guardian _.m Jul ;30 p m r-, Appl; is emcati[ s,,bql ;_.iMc all A-DT HO rMAS OllStiovslI ingerSewin Ma Sngleoot Pl
..ljl U lg l 01 IIm18 1 nwa (1)r la tlo Jl'30I Love ly l 'e~d.P e md kidding in Janu ary. W stll mlkng edonSllu"- 01t11 Bas ilL mp, L m anigliri
_nh asd r. yI --p Imreferably.,Apply Mrs Quit e AnroN n tewsm OP.paC w mmo ,mln t I A....iingc--btalnai;.Lrg,.us Pt.Eleaboundcoos nd8.s. 5
LW~'il Ilp: _.IIIMOFA eW-... I'I .In har e l lo o lty tm~apm~n ~ r ttt vodb r ,imm ediate ossesion.. $91.000i One M OLrIDAYuit A RF H t, atrS I la.-c.WitSndOthrlokIBys
P1 ra at tdpm 141I114 rpllr o e sytl BOA hlle l FRD nAND OO N +-JlcliyIPltulas h le,3 R s o l, Bk s i u e D 11iP .earn~mj u u Jm. .mll~ ,-- B .,. .. .:. -H.s 6-411101's and bt,
At. .___kds".1. ...In. to so annu...,,aru D c, .....o Beaut..... .. ...... ...ong Circularbridge. Commercial, Matriculation, Degree,_

1 1101PLb I N. & A. a stem August 124e+, rSd A ?' 00 1t ?-1 &Ul4dl^t 1?14 SAt v |
:0.0TU"Pft&, 111 3611". Wil W il, 10 'MAJINS-

arm so aSt-spi. Offrs 1 ; ^ ';^ is^:'; wrtteg^ 1 Botr au INKVI reposil tor"*" my wife" 114tOJeRW% h- ^,t Be -T
*+ _~gm~ .tT umrel a ,Itlll w~, Mor+avn~. t. C'.-Au. is Titaness. ow do I holdmyselfl e,-Iwaft, f ..uDED ATTRACTIONS
"Ol W "y",Car, RUNS M4. M.ooreAvenue". Ot. _Ann , ,, U,.3 2 ; ; E ,XR t o AT e A ... . :^ . A. nl |

-;iii Table,~l^ ^^ One^ shoo stud ^eh IkM pbonI c>.n Ik
spoaiti far~S~g" --^ an _oto.dbs.>srsid n,$Q^e al Oils I ifURS IM ......... .... .by.bar.sh....ving, a ,, f.tm yli ai u s .....e a, l. ^ tt he .. -ab--ov..artileae Morea., 7 Odw a Wr .t.and .... . B lae schoolSwing*.., .
41f tt" tD se t II| N-''*.. 2 ..,
AI w o w . u.. .. { ..Fos a)b M. The *f g .. . 164V Yal od u. CYRI T" [ 4_ and M attre I Pla OnelCrd Table, 900._ 'uW V. ll l 11: .. ... r
lowi. l kLJla I +.""nd bb CstnItrarastwo. pan o o~lat4by 1, tam "A90IN NW Cam forJeel
so,*LOUT I Nu. to TX FUSUC is herebyst.t,-e. that Mai .r.ms o r. Fv, y ou
11R,.as so )eaer responsible for N twifeler1. "brej Pia" Ch .ar*='a". HOUSE 2U.-ADtSION PRICK
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