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


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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


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Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
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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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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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No. 8,18627 THm YEAI PORT-OF.SPAIN, TRINIDAD. B.W.I.. JULY 30, 1944.


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(A, )--Admiral
Pqmt= Is
the invaders a
llumary naval
L shattered bar-
tiny garrsn of
ed by Nip-
a t the outset of
k an American
ej'apanon used for
found la the bar-
bT *oa are patrol-
Sto guard against
Japansse trapped
n from swimmmg
iiS elsewhere on
t quantity of booty
5ed, including 30
:Jicls and coastal
^iacenTt to con-
other invasion
1M air base island
tt e bomb-blasted


n shan

July 29 (AP)-
S uper-Ftor-
istruck heavily
's "arsenal of
raining ex-
Iwy industrial city
Mukden area of
@1 smoke sprang
works and it
p would take 12
i the installa-
$sorable weather,
of the world-
Atttes 30th Air
loves from a
the target in a
Sat InallatU s
Im JIapan muni-


w two




I American air
ia and the first
Im high altitude
at 'planes and
against major

All Roads Lead To Reich


r Maial RekeeVky's Frinrt Wklit RuiOn Army ba fought its
way wIth incredible rapiditry to* within sight of Warsaw, while In
the north. M the map shows, 'hSer ovlet units have urged
aerose the southern Latvian border in a swift drive against the
simost encircled Naui amles of the Baltic, where they are aid
to be only 29 miles from Riga.

)eparulnent an- a T
. Allies Bo
Action did not A lC f
see took off In w I
granary force
ulen, bottleneck a im ahii
Province, where 30 J p
yards which the J p
tempting fever- --
northward, and ALLIED HEADQ1
i* silence was SOUTHWEST PACI
Code word dis- (Reuterl -- Allied sirc
yives had been tacked the Japanese-
arget area and Halmahera. south o
started on their pines. Thirty Jap
ward, were downed, include
Sthe important ceptors.
nMhsihu, site of In New Guinea, I
i, also had been Ing east of Altape
ited to patrol activity
n communique from the Altape f
targets were Japanese, who have
shan In Man- along the Drinirn
her the Tangku have apparently wl
A In occupied rome of their front
It is thought th
hiber Command wander of the J
In the attack Army ordered the v
ht." cause of the ex
-casualty list the Jj
T o p s suffered In attemi
irOOPS through the America
VTaie bombing, of
PalIsl s till going on fro
Pide the coast to the Di
YJuly 29 (ru- pilots who have floi
-Barmeae front, the Wewak area Pay
nO nold mc.. .nage wat incredible.
e road from
today's S.Z.A.C.
Were within French Thr
A Itself. Japan-
weakened after Reprisals 0
,t flght~n6. on
here the enemy
intact they are LONDON. JulyI
ta4 to e i e French Committee of
Smiles be- a broadcast from
ma' Aeicanthreatened Germany
Mav American within the Reich iti
hy.s made ad- if the Nazis commit
I at Myitkylna. against the French p
Kept ap t'Pnr said It was known
Stroop concen- mans in Caen carried
t n aUl fronts, acts against the Fri
Mg. lone-range German Government
ed locomotives, ders would be held
ver craft, the French.
r $1,000,000 t

&l Bow Tenfiders In
,tve, makes his Cbontruetion of the
readers todayModern airport at i
be Summer Nisa
, the vllainou single building proje
achmtan Turtle, m 'ent 1944 Develop
r of the under'. Schedule. was report
likely to get under wi
i one of the end of this year or ei
SViated State, A Government no
y n. e It hpu in yesterday'a "Gazet
daa, It has ary" invited submiab
s uipenase, before noon on Sept
it t com- the construction ai
of a deteve 1 ready for use of a a
lttractlon of a at Laventille for the
odav by turn- tion of and use by b
of the ma. water aircraft, includi
tolt it every Ing of n approach
With the other a s. reelauntion ai
Fwartr in the' Bugl lowl eantruv

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FIC, Jully
craft here
-held island
of the Phi
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ding 15 In
he land fli
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G.B.S. Predicts
Hitter's., Fate
LONDON, Jtly 29 U(P)-
George Bernard Shaw, noted
author and playwright, predicted
recently In an interview on his
88th birthday that Adolf Hitler
would end up living In a vice-
regal locge In Dublin. T.ae
"Daily Sketch" reported on
"Emperor Napoleon ended up
at Chislehurst. The Kaiser fin-
ished his days peacefully at
Doomrn. And Hitler is almost
certain to get away with it, too,"
Shaw was quoted a saying.

Tanks In Action As Nazis Strike Bac

Russians Continue Drive On Kaun

Florence Battle Reaches Final Stag

....................Germ ans BelievedI:

Soviets Shell Stalin Awiry Violent Germans Believed
SMOSCOW, July 2d (Reuter)
Warsaw Opening Planning Wholesal4
-Russia has been celebratintf
the victories of the paat week
W arawand Marshal Joseph Stalin hasOp n g
0 been awarded the new Order __ I t
of Victory. It Is made of plati-
Ring Around Trapped num with diamonds land rubies. New Zealand Troops X ithdrawal In WX est
Three Nazi Divisions President Kallnin, who signed Within Five Miles
the order, said Marshal Stalin Withn e Miles -
Made Tighter Inflicted a major defeat on the Of City By AUSTIN BEALMPAR
LONDON, Ju 29 (AP),-The Marshal Vas.sievsky, Ohief of SUPREME ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, July 329 (AP)-Am 4rlea
Russian advance through the Baltic the Russian staff, and other By NOLAND NORGAARD armour, threatening to crush Rommel' defences guarding the f
today closed to within five sad a d Arm commanders have ROME, July 2t interior, shed to a point 13 miles below St. Lo. and rmbn
half miles of the old Lithuanian been awarded the order, Hero phase of the battle for Florence interior,
capital of Kaunas by the capture of of the Soviet Union. opened violently in the rolling Shermans fought a tank action with Gerpman Tigers as ennU W
tKolmla to the northeast Moscotw --- .-------. -.. -.. hills to the south as veteran New
announ othced.et MOSCOW Zealanders of the Eighth Army resistance began to stiffen amid Nazi talk of wholesao withdrawal
To the south, Soviet troop corn- hers iie r drove to a point Just five miles along the entire western wing of the invasion front.
pletelo cleared the eastern ank of IVI rs below the historic city, and the
the Vistula River up to Its e onflu- OGermanm quickly countered the In the southernmost penetration -
nce with the San River and west F c Al lied thrust with strong forces of of the drive, an armoured spear-
of Brest-Ltovsk they tightened H I r nO ter tanks, head, moving down the centre,
thcir eclrclement on the remnants F The German Army south of the smashed across the Tessy-Brehal
of the three trapped German di-; r "* TArno River Ras compressed into a highway to within mile or so o
vision Hf .front only So miles long which Percy, midway between Vire and
Meanwhile. Soviet heavy artillery a I 1 D ay, L 2V .threatened to give way along its the coast to the west another tank
lumbered within range of Warsaw, - entire western end and pave the column sped down t'at road
ud as the fiyRst ehellu crashed In i 1 way for the fall of Florence. through St. Denis le OGast and
sthe o kirstsohels cranshed in L N, July 29 (Reuter). El-ith Army units, crowding in Lengronne tile latter only six
the outskirts of the city, another MCre than 1.100 Fortress and LI- on this western segment, were able miles from Brehal-to move well
Russian army in Latvia reduced berators attacked the synthetic oil to maintain only "inor contact within artillery range of that im-
the Germans' escape corridor in i nor contact within arrllery
the Baltic to less than 25 miles. efine t Merseburg today for the with the enemy who was forced to portant enemy road hub. 11 miles
Warsaw. when Marshal Joseph C day i inng ad bombed, f. as the New Zelanders, ham- saout of captured Coutances.
Stalin's gigantic offensive began on ,ntr-et ..re.. merlng northeastward from Cerbals This advance shut off one of the
June 23, was the hub o erators t- to a point five miles below Flor- last escape routes for the Germans
man defence of Poland, and it is asnortheat o P a idrorsensce, threat-iied to Isolate the along the west coast of the pen'l-
now definitely under siege by northe ast of Pa i t Nazi troops remaining in the Eight- sula, threatening to trap additional
Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky's wa te a m hbg gra h ol- wide wedge between the mouth enemy troops, probably Including
First White Rnussian Army in pvorl- waffe put tp ai much bgger sh-"w of the Elsa River and Montelupo many who escaped from the
tlons on he high ground less tian than usual and the Amerl'an hea- to the eas. The New Zealandera Coutances pocket when the wrst- .
18 miles away. vies and their escorting lon-range i nto the last mountain line ward spearhead cut across to the "
While the Nazis gave indications fighters shot down at least 35 Ger- below Florente from the small Atlantic below the Sienn Estuary. D Reported
of defendingIt "to the the last heap anfighters.is u Rommel Reported
of rubble." General Ivan Bagra- hTI soffensive cost 17 American bridcehead they had estail.lished Beyond Tessy, to the east another
nmlan's First Baltic Army, 300 miles heavies and six fighters. over the tiny PesV silver near Cer- major thrust was progresing down
farther nvth pressed. forar a- bats, the Vire River toward the city of Dead Or W wounded'
farther north, pressed forward re- Other Eivhth Army troops drove the Vire -the old capital of lower %
Stc utorpsIn theBalticrSates. RESPdayITE Geniato within two miles of Emooil. 15 Normandy-and the easternmost WES GALLAx1gE3
army corps in the Baltic States. Every day ;e Germans are be- miles west of Florenc' on the south spearhead advanced another mile CANISBY. FRANCZL JJuly
iang ri shown mi re and more clearly bank of the Arno, and still other after sweeping through St. JeanI Ameeot
JELGAVA REPORTED REACHED the operations in Normandy do not units closed in on Florence from! Des Balsantes. AP-A senior American of~
It wa reported that General m any respite rcm air attacks the southeast. Stalemate continued long the today said prisoners have repox t
I wareotdta Gee a nyrspt fc iratak tesutest i
r on targets in the German home. entire British sector of the front that Field-MarshaI Erwitn om
BSgramiarn's dangerousndrivetnorth- land, and for 024 hours up to noon GREVE RIVER CROSSED with all activity confined to pat-
today something like 3,000 Britishh
had reached Jelgava in Latvia, but and American heavies struck at South Africans crossed the Greve rolling and normal exchange of s w s
that his tank spearheads were industrial targets in Germany. River seven miles south of Flor-I mortar and artillery fire. strafing attack near Loless.
driven out of the town later. asccrenbel ,Im.run Tta and still .
Th e Russians advanced .3 0 miles List night, Bomber Command e ne o m 140 TANK DU7-. I-this tOWM n t l h .014

-sent out^S ^ w el othrrte rd Eight h 'S fores o Gn d Ande thath Ges OMS&
in 24 hours to reach Jlgava seWhich nt out well. ove r 1,000 Ircraid other Eighth Art." forc wo
their main oo-ecttve was mrce t O WtI, .O a .i. -AA m&11 Count Sofe4an puimoers oai- Press tht Genm bl
is only 25 miles southeast of Riga the engineering and transport cet southeast of. the city. ged since Tuesday passed the 5o000 men had told her that Romi t
ad Mless than that distance from tre of S tuttgart. Final stage of the battle for died from his wounds la E*
the coast. h Another great weight of high ex- Florence was set by the New Zea- PLEAs e ITURN TO PAGE CL. t near Bernay.

re~he poin. Aprx~matS 50 ver Grmanyand tebombn de_____________________r tn A captured German told~lS^^
When the atGulf of Rigan i reach- plosivesd ai Incendiaries went down landers' push from Cerbala. Americans that Rommel bad
ed Act the f and pares oni wile atulon the city which had already le d Despite heavy Eighth Army artil-Aed
er LWatvia and Estonia will be cut., tomr not a nce GandhinAnd to Mr. attacked by Alled planesg isa
off Their only line of retreat will two major ttaks earlier thisweek. l ery fire the Germans made two t i st Of nai .W
f ndAbout the sarre time Stuttgart advances into the New Zealander' on Lhsietx wr.is a least l an et
be by a nder the bombs o te was being pounded, R.A. bombers line In the St, Michele and La To t n his car wasc thrown si o
Red Air Force. lowrmaigahay tac He was unconscious o d
alSO were making a heavy attack ......
The great trap involving possibly a amurf wh lu A TUNTOPAC L.41 EuThe incident took pla e S
200.000 Germans may be sprung on Hamburg, while Mosquitoes EWDII, July 2 (Reute)
this front over the week-end, dropped 4,000-pound bombs on tar- _-Mr, Jinnah, the Muslim League weeks ago.
Moving west along the road to gets in Frankfurt. leader, announced today that he A captain sid he was to a st t
M ine Exp odeI l ig has cceped te initatonlo Mre nritieoFrench ospital. ,ewb
Tilsit from Slautai. the Russians There were numerous air battles has accepted the Invitation of Mr. ever, the French woman
reached points approximately 0 over Germany and the bombers des- Gandhi for an early meeting be- man officers and men teoo U
miles from the East Prussian city. troyed at least 31 German fighters ltween the two Indian leaders., accepted fact that
As the final phase of the battle with many more probables. N ear it was reported earlier that Mr, died of his wounds andp
for Warsaw began, It appeared that Over northern France a separate Gandhi had conveyed to Mr. Jln- bad caused greatgief amon
the Germans were determined to force of Halifaxes attacked theNna'.in informal proposal for a men.
,defend the city bitterly In spite of Gemnsupydpo hc.I e meeting on Mr. Railsopstlacharlar's
the daner of being outflanked from lieved to be connected with thesuestionh eMr s limharar'e
the south by the several successful ene.ny's threatened use of long. FIH ARMY ADVANCE HEAD- suggestion that the Muslim League IYING ACX MI rMNG
Russian drives. range rockets. QUARTERS, ITALY, July 29 (AP)i co-operate ovonalGovernment form-n LONDON. July 2S (AP).-LUseb...
Out of all the night's operations -'.Iwo German mines exploded less r plebiacit taken in a predot nCol.yFrancis Gabreki, U.N.AI
tPLEASE TURN TO PAGE I COL. 11 62 aircraft are missing, than 800 yards from where Kin nantly Muslim Leaguen in a di- f ly ace, is missingde-
George, Archbishop Francis Spell-- sine July 12. Col. Oabrooki -we*
W ay maei of New York. Lieut.-Generalc ide on the issue of Pakistan to credited with 31 'plane shot
Mark.Clarl: and other British and establish a separate Muslim state. 28 of then In the air.

nag been lim- '---=--%0-0--110-V-A----- TV" J e American
t.A despatch l~j~ F r~ e v c unching~
rotsays the N w Thiv y~setin
been fghtgNew Flying For B.W.gI. Airways Service
imour River, "Fift'h Arc
thdrawn from Bomb I The Ar
line positions. JBom T aU 5 lics Three practically new Lockheed Hudson aircraft will be arriving vertently
panst the ?cor- h., '* shortly for British West Indies Airways and an announcement killed ir
Japanese 13th wsfl
withdrawal be- LONDON, July 29 (AP).-The wsfl
tthdrawal bhigh Nazi adopted new "mass attack" regarding expansion of the company's service will probably be made no one tl
ee ha technique in hurling flying bombs in the near future, the "Sunday Guardian" was informed yesterday (Cana
anese against London and southern Eng- King Ge
pts to break land during the night, sending the by the Hon'ble Gerald Wight, Director of B.W.I.A., who returned here of R.A.
an lines. roots over in batches with brief rid frm in vit to nland British E
the Japanese lulls between each one. The at- on Friday from a business visit to Enland. ed leave
om Wewak up tacks took a fresh toll of casualties Ti-is new outlook for B.W.I mission.
rininmour and including patients in a hospital Airways results from negotiationI them.)
wn right over which was badly damaged, which Mr. Wight and Captain K.
that the car- iReuter reports that one roof T. Murray, managing director of
spotter had an experience he toIs I
p__trnever likely to forget. Hehwas company, had with British au--Teac
perched on the rooftop o a thorities in mL.ndon.eTeac
building when a flying bomb Mr. Wight mentioned that Capt. H
,eaten came straight for him He Murray d e had a narro, es- 4- 1
gave the imminent danger sig. cape from a robot bomb while
N ais nal just, in time. The bomb motoring In .ondon. Frt m
I Nazis scored a direct hit and the Prom a llt'le over three weeks ion of Al
spotter went down with the so, Mr. Wight went to Washing- to recom
29 (CP).-The building. Half an hour later, ton whtne he remained a week be tioIn r I
Liberation in rescue workers dug him out fore procedl' to London to meet w mad
Agiers today, of the debris and his only in. Capt. Murray with whom he dis- day with
with reiorisals juries were a broken ankle. T.n c'-.se with British authorities the s inford
self some day other people were injured but C, Z.Ion of the future policy of the ment ol
tied atrocities none was killed. If the spotter W.I.A. as well al equipment for and iJr
population, and had not staved on th. ro ,f and e
that the Ger- given the vital warning there the company. a-sistant
d out criminal might have been a different Mr. Wil.t stated that the three
ench, and the tale.) 'Plar.es that have been transferred training
and comman- to the impany have already maies.
responsiblerby croMed the Atlantic to Montreal i 01co
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ mfllllf 1i~ llr r^ herp them, are being con-^^ ^ H ^ H formation
rSalute To' Soldier .veradafore the. are bwnng
___ O ll 1 '~~ verged for civil aUe, The tint wfl* | ^ ^ ^ H wil colin
be e rrivip here to be pressed intit compleU
service a t A'rut 1. *nd it i tford
,irp r D v A S expected that the other two will tc-. out
Site LONDON. July 29 (AP).-Bri-i'be coming at Intervals of 10 days. organle"
rie tai'sSaalute the Soldier am. ,' Other aircraft, said Mr. Wlght, MON'SL OGRALD WIGUT the OeM
the biggest, of all Britain's savings would be made available to the i1 4ed
millilon-dollar efforts, ended today when more company as its activities e.pa'.d. t-- t-|r-duattif
ventille, biggest than 1,300 local campaigns came at f t or 1
wt on Govern- to a close. since March the whole DOODI LIUG' saBd informed me that ho as
om the country ham been covered Asked about wn hopIng to secure just the amha l o"Of
imen? schemes Of the bee;'rOncoered Asked ab t war condltonsi t thougt we required, but he eat:1ld40
n anpd records have been broken In t' heart of the Empilre, Mr. Wight riot make any mrer incrdt h u .til, NV
ted yesterday many places. With returns fromw a t h not ate ansnow ncem m _t til' e.
ny towards the eary 5mO areas still to come in. nlho aitterd having an ereed- all the nagot tions now in po tur
early next year. Egland and Wales have subscrib- Ingy inter ln trip, il that he qt.n been oncldd. l hdl. b
atice published ,a n average total of well over had nothing but the hijhest ad- Stanley, however, hoped to make ,Jam"ica
te Extraordl -2.448.000.000o, an average of more nitration f the people f London an announcement soon." Uhn 102
on of tenders, than 67.20 per head. Figures for for the magralcent way In which Mr. WIrht dese.ibed the food bership &
member 7, "for Scotland and Northern Ireland they were 4t.iding up to the pee.- situation lIa Etliand as wonderful, Mr t
id equipment have not yet been given. ent bill. I ar after hitting tha, the people tbftWluot
modern airport "The robot bomb." he mid. "is an were extremely wel fed, adol., e -YY
Saccommoda- JAPS LOSEB 1 MOR extremely unpleasant thing, but, :, -hMe Minister of Food seems to
both land and WASHINOGTON. July (AP)- in spite of it, Londoners continue have done a remartBbly good 5.ACt.
lg the dredg- Deatrwction of 17 additional Jap- to go about their buslnem. ." lob." P d owt
channel and anese v e1. including mone eaewort, of *w
id dressing to craft, by Amerlean submarwines, was P OB EXPRT ----I- -aitnl
n Of all reported by the Navy today, racing onUnuini Mr. Wight stated TUg npr O W t work' I
143111 end szo- to 3 eniemy shipping begi suS~- that Wp an interview with the W 6a
g 1sno ed IM y two ar y. s tary of state for the Wor es OOsX T= A jI:(AM -.--.
___________In ccmuwetion withthe inquiry in. rm 1"owu
w "ndy -- ~-to the Co;6ne iexya dleat ssrvlce5that a break in Tu Is4
wt, he j7931~ J)~ had asked hin to m that the iotoast walo of Immiet hatelid a- Cemaui
W a ma:n tl be sent hert aboe Mas et p q drfting" ,of ven Into thi eof Alied
N m ti tedo aintd l fl s dtoLd e man 0 the highest Turkih arrmy. an Turhh stmnsa .m-
w or w M"" ?1111011'*? .^ ^ 2 "***'< 'la*^S g
W^~m' naenv~ws

Military leaders were
ng had Just flnilshed in-
an Impressive display of
ny strength.
nerican soldier, who In ad-
aet cff the mines was
istantly. The concussion
at the luncheon table., but
here was Injured,
dian Press reports that
orge also reviewed pilots
P. stationed with the
Eighth Army, and watch-
e and return from a
He later had tea with

hers Picked For
training Course
sove towards Implementa-
grl Itural Policy oommit-
mnendatlons urging forma-
rural areas, of 4-i clubs,
Is by Government yester-
the selection of Miss Ollie
of Tranquillity Govern-
i-' Intermediate JSchool.
Jeremiah Saunders, first
teacher, Oropouche Gov-
School, for a course of
In 4-H club work in Ja-
use, according to an In-
i Ole announcement,
Mnce next month and on
a of their train Mir
and Mr. Sautnde wtU
a programme of 4-H Club
"a In selected schools In
% Mr. L A. 3au nd,
SAdviser to the OopUol-
TelaentandWefw e, aIS
Ir dx fundamental re-
1f toe t comidoM tary
oA edcatton *d rtcul.
ilopant of 4ip elubk has
een puhed 'eward In
where there aft now more
clubs with a total msi-
: =' W! fof then dsub
4 the West IndIe i
a orntaft both fri the
a Was*o bfo the social
Preeu will, however. do-
Sprovisionm and training
rjanisen, who, In turn.
local leaders and guide
of the clubs i It dio-
I d to ham.


>, a. Vincet 3tret.
r--- Pr-oat-pte..


Theo Win the War Assmcation has recently em ed a
oemmunicatesion from the West India Commltte, London ask-
ing that It be made known here that only n bottle of ru
monthly is permitted a a concession tg the Customs and
Military Authorltorie to Trinldadlan In the Forwes
England. This concession does not extend to Naval person .
nel in H. M. Ships.
When ease of run are sent the addressee cannot @* 4
the twelve bottle as there are no storage facilities for lqes
at the West India Oomamittee rooms to permit of the delay W
of one bottle monthly and the rum bha therefr* to be dise
tribute to others beside the addressee.
There it In any ease no need for anyone here to l- .
runm to their Pewple in the Forces i England. *-
Mmn. Prlmande- b 0o, thas kindly rrn ip t "o
to the West India Committee 0. londsu pu Aclt Nl .
their "Perdaa0 rum to permit delivery of a br
"eth to Mh ITtldadla 6 in the luorces in Ea*a i & i'
the navy), i
The further so-meon of an extra bottle of nMA
allowed at Christmaustl-im so that they get two bowe"
and Mears. Fernandes & Co. also supplies '"'ndiee iv i
On behalf of relatives and friends the Mtf the Wet'"
Assoclatlon nayo thanks a million to Messrs. Fernandes A O"I
for this maiaenut &M to our boys and girls and I* the'
West di taI tI for their kind so-operatio b and e.

Remember Then
Don't saend rum to your boys and gtlAs in n Me feh
telaId, It i ein tata e *> or you by Meesla, P^ < .

Ipew e s '- o 0*

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d Haei Youth Conre s ownt Bui gNewud __
Ld For Colony Servi[ Out -o-
|OMftWa 6h 11W 4 fe. il r We b IMyouthoft / Of ts Britishs
M gMwao %t t1 (ulkto W"U tiMer cinated effort j
|to a" t W& =1 TEA DANCE
JaeunaBtmululy adopted a resolution pd tftnelv to ft- aims aimsMatolM f e 6
SIMd form ptsotwtial force for emtbatlin evU vWnicti 111110 P poductOrs of the rtlbit Slm
vat Officersthe.wAt,
fy ^ S6. If T ... .. T W "-,t T hwa THURSDAV
=L,- Li the recetet be
"Mma to" e"at f. a mt ad 3 *AUGUST 3rd
Knlf CoT unte~^oc O. .- ae ,. Majr.y M."'L* fr*U"l fc 1^ Ml t. S^5l ^ 2lS
0 M aer opotiM 1101 tH. 0. .. Naid*?" Off"ini~crs s>M~itarttl 190Jnmi-l
jt Oim i otael%,t n nation of forcs hr@ eto we Inthe Citytot e** <-* W Tle -,,wwt illt m'rep "i e to title.. i, Brittsh Oln iiB
airanfor tea, oon aordie t notiest ,taSa4 t oh t I 1 wbr l w t and rth Houtstandingr ,-
Wo oraubbt LbdTo Wed A l 0 W

sit nof tlen, among other fces herea re o Wed be the Ciy
PNapiiulntwto uere W on i~ ontcscatdSi.TS sweRPa il ruyh n~e. n rtIn 1a. the411 *Ow
lethe city Re gistry yesterday. W taot
r e a th n nIon g f ocs h ajr e pr ol w a e d UIanL e -= I t h e b a t a_ t h I. T y h a s a
dap1'3 B^ISUHOP MiADWA'!. ha- ______ ____ ___ ______________trecte fo~h;Rdu~n yt
orfi aln t .e r d lest f eoadyfon d .etor, e the R.N.V at., Pta o 1 R t --i. w r.. aat ... \i
r M ayor R Naval Ar tatt r P la n s R D r. M u-r T o S tudy I AbUrIUSIOM .. ],' in. ".
ad hoh that those who un- CYNTHIi ERMYNisUD thId AT- M uir T o titish Hoa
this worthy tk would e KINONi sorter n m tera US. Experiment Among a nlr of tures the
le/r~iMbours not Werely pleatl aorhip. of Dundonald el, For 300 ofthburnt mo "omp.y has arag e for diet-
t? trtal bthat the and Lietu. JOHN DAVIl K3RRY. J3N),YS, When Dr. 'ine Muir, button hee next year ae
MM*S(Sdt,!*ea but that ^ Sthaoeyilr ot.r eiu VR.N4. 1UWVJ Superintendet of the Lnro- Noel Coeitrd's :b.fh HApp7
ta. Thecongrss h LI rJOSEHINEARH'IBAD: M, ,yC ^O^ ^ ^^ ^ 'S ^^ -
"" D.A ' be w. Con en

would be a lead whereby the si. u.r int.ndent sister, 'i OflleflT the US8. early In September. In te9hTOCOlor, Kji Bert V.V7 .
people mihtlett tto V.. Clin f 4 Plon t *l he will Investigate the sucrIe 'Shakespeare with Olver Stanley;
No n~teml eit tog tr a to Vdy chller, Of 6 the .V-ton eet.B ...

te aort of education Thirteen other couple listed to ... ,---- of a new exoeriment for the 'The Canterbury Tales"; "Pimper-
wl benefit the country wed In ald around the City ahort- Plans for the new St. Joseph' treatment of leprosy, the "Sun- nell Smith" with Lel Howard
a n community In which they ly are T Convent have ben submRte to dv Guardian" learned yester- and Lawrence Oiver; "6adles at
Ohtlve 'lah o un- r pp kiAn the City Council and constuctlon day. Nine" with Jesi MaUhew,: "The
Ailbidng arn Instructive talk on WoW, UtSfr, domatle du f Impr tatce of the mlove they *^ ai d4re.5 proved, the "Sinday Guardian" mueccesful, Oovernment will en- Nurse Edith Cavell); *Tal ny Pip-
mad In formilng theCnc i. JviN 9flONg ORTIC ba'et or om t learned yesterday, deavour to obtain the diiu for olt,"-- story deallne with tngllsh 1 For
is ?bberson impressed lpon nIpati KALnLADA 1THOMAS,4 pinepr. dress The new convent, of which Mr. use here and has accrdl:gly life; 'Englih Without Tears."
thedleaea or of 20 Sl on tnd Itlnh Maurice Acanne will be arcnltect instructed Dr. Muir, It e. re- Candlelight in Algeria," with s .er
2 rs tene r go led AMEO nd ONN RAMNARIN. ,oWhe- and builder, is estimated to cost ported. James Mason and Curla Lehmann: re
p and training a. s well as hey- o r. cierk. of 15 B .I.,elre l .ne. Belm t20n 000. it will be 280 feet long -.-... ...... --- --......... three muslcals-"Limellght And slw"'"<.,
,ilybacelod prn toa- ,,,, P.- o ,BN .H.V l. anF r and will occupy the entire length rone To d A Eale." with Arthur Traceey: .
nlOlllth e M member h of sch ZI" et r of the block from where the hatel leaven'ss Around The Corner,"fl
teerU superine, M Intsier, f sthew b ok her th h ewl inesi theer ofsh end of the nod Bha tes pAro dT he Corns"T
gansatton to find out what : h i AtAehrc esried e- burnt out building. Walk Batode Yneh hr t antb r Msi"; "I
benefi this mnt.tonw re edinLa'aoudthe Cityshort- Pwns for .he new ,t. j osehstreatentoferosy tVaiSn-n1 SihwthLeHar

el waend how the Jm,. 0t v h is proposed to construct a ian Bird and Leslie Brooks "CTheantre .
A vic o toe e.red t ,IAFLITH Slflltry o 5 thl 5 ers iy o uns. iEnt an dcnstoucthisw beon Hata

5 M t ht w re l ef t could b e iled RuP 7T nOR ";E GO .IN, b.ch elor, chapel at an estim ated cost of $100.- '.1 1 Royal"- a m musical; "U under Y our
tht r'ed chauffeur. ofa atrardwe 0. s-d1 w 00 to accommodate at least 800 Nine"with-musical: "You Wi ll Rc-
A~dice t'o ,ho .aee tod,,l"^ S'1H.--- ro ,be *la. aprons. Entrne othiswlfa be on Rescue Efforts mmbe"--Tm .:'c e.a^"^ Disoe Tago
:concontra te on rendering service LOUIa s.DWARDO DONAWA. bachelor, Abercromby Street. --eichuevennbea musical; "Taleyad Disoye
a of wanting tr become lea d- o aun e,r. o p4 ,itr, street. Wtiodbrk, The onew school rooms, will, it I heiet--with Vi vdOap LNeech n;L "theWo Tang"y'o
ar' ove"night was given by Mr. A and IC ZAA inter, seam- ho-d,bem adaptabeth ehees dith Davel) : Spin -
C'^lL^ rown Council .tr".o t..m ^A^ -"*r. ho*-"ped. be more adapta-ble to the cuae. t' nfrl r P wh n Petal-Finish
g o. Uu, eofatherown C ouncil SrNe. T A.Vt POwRT A, E bachel, holding of classes and one whole Courageou battle sit u rl ster of the Parish" with w iviennegli fi s
adi w ied thet we l. If sIesman of rcer tree Belmont, wing will be devoted to the teach- ou Marac wves n a ain t Leech; "They Met in The Drk"-
lbeould iceeed In Inm plres n ani DORIn LEWiE pA inT C. ier,t ress in gof domestic science and music tept to rescue two cty gir ls l spy drama "sMan in Grey"- At last It's co tue-the fitness,
with the spit of serite. he r Of m rt2wat otret, Port.n With a ll the new accommodation, caught in the powerful currents Secret Mission-and 17 other out the noothne., the clean. of
and terainngas welb t tl e s -i t h APDOtRON Y HU RaMRTNHA .WAbache- adbidr setmtdt ot Pre.JmsMsnadCraLhan

ws no doubt that lead- r..rcin, of 9 i akn Pece, Be- there will still be room for a large one Sunday In May, wa described standing films. pt remarkable ne te.
1aaon~Manhltleov~i~llfystra we flaAtuhn EgTHEA.Jly," 29th rthurTraery-,Csle hybrn o xust

i tblp i onpgt them would take mnot. aBt VIOLFt C ECILtI.IA t OBt31. play ground. Proposed amenlties by Frank But rry, a member of the *-o t remar new tex.
SItelf. Ss psir stea".r I t someAdon Pes a. an will be the mot modern, bathing party, to Mr. W. J. Andre POLISH PREMIER TEHERAN ture-Tangee's new P"ALI
Oton of On~n M, B rquhr, JOHNS OXLT, hrh reorr, of t7 Meanwhile the Convent Relief y en inquert touching TEHERAN, July 29 (neuther)- omntlc. Thebring lyouexqulif
M oia nced admiration at lte e mr ee' tI.N ad, BKQ Tn|r Big- lpud wa reported yesterday to the death of Carmon Serrette and M. tanlslaw "elkola c"jyk. the Po- ;rOomnI. 'lalerinll loviness &
*moe'e Ros letter e as aim' L",tree. hav reahe a total of 6,3M.M. e I "oaendal was continued ln lish Prime Minliter arrived l-ere
wU tat betereduati ndv H A NDR EW" HnAH.PpiCnts,a~or. "~

W re a majo need of the moment. P.trioetn. or r.,c voa r n Man. New contributions amounting to e r Poce court today on hid way to Moscow. He h
| Mr. RPobert Patrick, the Director Wardi nt i Ann'L r,]I MAK(JOHI- $1.3039 were received as follows'-- Buerry told how he ws bathing Is ruskuin lthe rest c: his Journey
i Dwlat rk. a d tid e cond re h or wOthIeJ ames ",I..... stt construc B Airr.,nd sLknowlid.d os:33M4; Pt close to loendal and serretta in a Rusln ercraft i jo rn e
capag VNeN, AtO~iph Hoe d S. tnphei Unlon Holy Name Convent $215. when he saw a huge wave ap -_ _______________
e co-opwera'tion l the campaign aled c T .Or HNr, h apelatanrer 121 Charlotte dc sreet, o 4f ,V a m d Yu
Ito auc shrl fo stm -tal~or, of 24 Calh'tat Street, St. James. Hr. W sod Mdrs J tLeung $10. Superior- proaching. He dived under, and
Unx out llihteracty *rt p n GltAOYS icUIIIA. MeD)OWAdIt., inn 's. e t J,,sjhm Convnit, ouadeioule. when it passed, he found the di r', oo.
tier^. . > . reheat' r ot<'" the ~ll a ddreilr $120. t r. nid UId T aol- ,- ein ( 2.4 8. gir ls sep rated from h fl i and 11 p- G i V 0f P t-o -S f n a^ l S n
Resolution advocating the form- CASMITo RoDHs Iiint Z b.,.ior, e ern,.ie A company, n rd.rtck tt., irel. sep a rt d ultfrom i anta He o -o"-& s al:"u Wil l
of the various roup into one r i neer, of t tsn.ium pir e. HHIl i. pe r Mi t o ida O. Riberr 1 . 1 n parental in some difficulty. He muscal i
onc, ewa tii moved hv cMr lleavd nt CAh NITA Bo XII.. s[i...... s ..m Traonl B,:do. .o.n ,so. .irte .- went towards Carmen, who was "Tne sh l"m- ..- ,.
W iwatseco vnde by M r. .lr Win- re, E 1 ,nlS. boein eonnt $ ,0 . o .y u nearer to him, and helped her to "pn
mton Mahabr l and Ie o anin uy M Wintp- rsrrie.Te or 14 [),ni.t r RI A. $ ,eo. ; i, e D*. r Too.n i t u i *, g her feet. He then tried to get to A r e Rs A
powed by the entire awmbly of an t h A|.B TINrA i.'AiD, ipen.'.r, dno. beph's c monve. P ort.nf-ptaln et. MiM Rosenda! but a-other wavo came Of Rates Ae mid-is
w ish e idt esl for esm ane A rw duties, o r the oon? a nidrne.eO -I ,res votedtk, o1 theetedac oM ate before he could reach her and the e c h '"-
er ser .INA, beedFde. I orei Ng anO EWNANDO T' HobIn ,c La Be S -4"- Ittl .crent began pulli t T ng them out to charge. ______________
other slitin movd b KMIlNc. PKRKKIKl, h a s, llt. urner fe i He son pound hms un-
enteh Sev. econded by MIS THMS.alrseeo it, asm U-hresHurt' waesanditrongctrient.n1 a--d had
Molde-hmstm det ltrei'. anat AtM. A Lnde to try to save his oEwnlife.hen RA'PAYEPR, are hereby not.- L C A I
C net a nlim foen by.o a rproe- t' ,nl l tOrLE),n' hi p roit ir,oan LiC vIn*., M h etohe reac-thed a hore he fell down ex- fled, that all properties In arrears i
t tch e Pelhamtrt.; n P,.A,,." AHI- FundrwGardian Correspondent. About 20 minutes later he saw of the undermentioned rates and AL H Po
voilctfred a byiaation a PHAN. spEi(ON nste. f ii~o r s am ene r. owr-s hausted.tr oelnes o
wsthatv a bfrtmre duch artiuaron VistONa l,,snt tr ioI t...y SA .hW a verahdattlo .9.3 ey oedHwscniudi ihPieMnse rie -r

mj r n e11eofta JoI!'no CA1.i[NDkoIt hoheilr ae, )1d t SAN FERNANDO, July 29-Laid Carmen's body floating. She was charges will be advertised for sale hou I h rsl
e bat were received from Of 15 M nrur ai Stret, and lottOTH 1 t0p in bed here for the past two brought in to the shoreibvtther h o n
Mr. &i connor s nd the lam Alca LEwis, I.paer, pr inti ng atatresn, days is the Honble g eorge dtz- waves. o nd first oad was rendered in the "Trinidad Guardian" early fI
0eta nsRatoni K rlv wis ilng con- N-m* Cne $25 ---hn s a EwW Wug wv n
ioet in the anaitre n FOREIGN MI NIITEI RrNI N l er mnorwais 12 Membr Ch or the but she died in August 1944 o w
to latersesionthe oress oThe Oerman overseas Views agency Mr. Ftandtris.k JL understood to boat with an America s doctor andan

the road and crashed against a LONDCoh Julm 29 seu otBer- and Including the quarter lowing Organs
otIlterpacyandn Irry wh1h01.8 AM ,telephone post on the Southern Rain wa s falling heavily in thee n t o un f
trea tMain Road lin Straits of Dover this afternoon a3unOe. of19a in
.. .....avilcaig h fr. C L ORDI;1Z boto, to- herm~e o mdpan y,11)"ao I L NDk ,St.,9 Rete lwNG EEorgon

SOnly minor damage was sid to with clouds a:-d mist almost down ote Rates. andi Ers. Nam 1
Shave beenii done to the vehicle. to sea level. All other Rates and Charges due Head Eye
t w m- oe ........i----- .r .E E A B1L - \ b- xlip contest. 1'1 m1 narertohman heled h .tcludng the 31st December, Heart, Lunp.
R 19.2. Liven, Stomach.
Si d LLS wners who desire to avoid this TPanrea KIdneyS.
nt t v s besde %c re Tl.S 30 1 hn IA Bra $2 -*: 46 -94 33.'"' i J___

SI NA kr S r'UE S en g m advertisement and to save the addi- Dowels, Lo wer im.
s io iI f er y M onsl- orbeoref the 3rddv A uts Te oo nCH P CT (n h..
ofhm d t 1S4f4??n. Tw Clerk, CL ale tofgta se ran t orfe teodl sord
the e stalih o f" r 'H.aW. Farrell, th e MSe-,P Flexible and in
Conil ya. .... t, InM tr.cien ldta al TopertieswInaer proper mehanical condition to
deliver 10aR metal impulses
ae o Vis -taSl Su n da yG ard ; 'er nt o usto all organs itaes s the surest wayd
I 4D 1'to HEALTH.
nroa C.-NV H , SA E t J ad armen bod M ulneS waors sale wR. "'td r.

liIr -1 T tI^ S VCacRAant ixws e llko wn ist pco pulst44 |US SI-')HSE'-t. aasr^^ ___ T g
T wpledyh erf r tnhe p and standing on 2 roods 27 perches of boghnd at nMuteDe, Ph. C (U.h.A.)
roomnstirs Closed gallery, open verandah t s, Drgwing.. Appyito-TheGaanaea (Formerly of New York U.SA.)
buttery, lardndkteDn. ro3 smaller roozswoff dining room, verge Appof 11istadnast4 Fredick Street P.O.5.
Upstairs: Bedrooms, each with running water, usual O Waterloo Estate. olte St. y' college)
W n saJnitary convene cs. Cara ichaima or the MemberS. Anglo-West ndes
LONDON Jul 2%UK t etr a.S He susqetlywen ou Inse aASHE ce u

rs i tIn Yard: 2 servants' rooms, ctrage and Stables. rRChiropractic Aoan. iRegisteredc
Electric, cas ad Government water service nstalledr Caroni Esate.
IL Y F E E L IS.p... Vacant.f r omsess Ion 1t October mn. 1944.c hofBerylhe.... .. ....sur onspnal.... ...ves
-IApply to YEAKWOOD & =-OY==C-E, -Se-- ==e===-ters==, ___--___-=
1.James Street, Dridgetown Barbado W.--------
.... ..... nlliuanu hiugeimm~mamm~uum muuuhtu hI hulm uiuJum mlmb

to todaB oedangkoiki
atonal p -IiMhe sr Prices Paidu
I QS' il Kenn d, & Co., td. est t 'it SHIPMENTSwH~
m.i.....nnnedwtt M Co.,theae staineUlas AIRWAYS LTD.

i t CJl2 a Now flying temporarily a
telephnten W0pston Wth. ouhrr F/w PONlITng iOnPtSSEdGER0hSune 14
FLASHESI th.1 to,,. --t, ogt


lemm mmnm m a bom P0- 00 m6
hll illAI71 i'
Name ............ ....................
Ad ftfr .................. '
mecup *. te ......................... .
aBmutorm ST ... ..........................^ (j
Apply InternatioWal Correspondence tclM^El
_.. __ XK _TJB ..... -_ PORT-Of.s k f
... ...^ "-. -- ^'".^J

A I "r r,

Destroy .his

Protect your family from filthy Iiea.
They Wary practically e contam- ,
e Spray Flit. Flit i sure
dmth to li., mouitoes bugs ad
.odr iaect* because ia killing power
will not tai |i
suBsnrruTESt IM B
They often worhdme-
= aamtoueos even dangerousI T^
mousy. Ffit i* sold only iii5
he saled yellow d tiwith Snta
th soldier aud black band. SA
Kill flies with 1.7 ,



P AN AMERICAN'S recently opened 1
CURACAO service gives residents of
d additional Mkedules daily to the!
States. Connections via LaGuaira, Vd
Call te local office of Pan Americea*
tr details.
L CSA .. ....
'-U6LAa CA *^B

/.Ouiag 38 to U Y-r uw^9
of1. Agel15t*54Ut_)v Ieand thle
a* o w-am ofm, ua m -1
s .una o weum "be- K WINDWARD & LEEWARD ISLANDS
- due 10 the hfiettoam l Imle "
a, .'" ttoons"G",, British West Indian Airways Ltd.
YI II I esI I,. up fi hoas. F beort l 12 Abeorc am by Street,
=inm h team's 1et [t& .a.o.... .-of'SpoinTrinidad.
doctors all a sASaclil ANm* LOW**% ara, trft
e D o'mSi ., 4AN._Or h R AN H aNOLTD. lTD.. P.O. Ox, e T a SAM %T 6885, 754TO sr

This new munke is ad.
dhimad t pem se dw.
uWI to de U. &., DAILY

5 Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain

U004I" '




SAmerican Health Drive Sweeps On


: i ef* d um UP
H aa boys wor
E- ta accordance
g|H|pefa~infe tO-
out at the
0 restricted to
W the modern

i ofr AmeCaon-
n ltpo-Asme of
j~LaiU on the COoft
dB' oa5U, had the
Hat he discipline of
tAL. lbout 300 of
-on Tuetsday.
paid that the
Sto be fully
Ntes of having
,l were. in happy
c~r o-operationa
a T.W. ". Waller.
jthe ustitution,
it posble for
tf erry out their
Th e boya pre-
m-ee. carried out
sA the House of
present plans all
'iasitutions will ibe
in connection with
Before the fad-
Savalable to the
t nlemenf and Coun-
?t Corporation will
t str shortly to see
Ib 3eing done.
Last more than
b ad been taken
dM of the recently.
iolIIcal laboratory
Oui. will go through
stalled the "screen
! rsatory tests, it is
ial whether or not
W have or have not
He, but a group of
Might be "suspl-
heither positive or
h requiring a
gd-testing is made
Sgeeral public a
Swill be centrally
._blend where per-
p the Burpose.

ST.O.R. gatekeeper
sing, was the
Accident which
be was on duty
ist s stated, by a
g ate which was
I a paring ballast
.alon," t"ere at the
ithe St. Joseph Hos-

Dr. Loan Machicol
Medical Board in
Sof M.B., B.Ch.,
plounced yesterday
V,-------- "-.

'fc and Sicfpe
Suits at Sic.
Merinoes at
Shirts at $1.20.
Sfew Unredeemed
.at reduced prices;
Limacol, Bay
Cream: Herolin;
Vaseline Hair
recent arrivals
Tailors and,
'lrl "SThUT




*. August, 1944,
ti4Ug P.M.
by IA. fey, zsq.,
A"--, Who Is leaving
will sell all their
etc., including the
DOuble Bed
S_1 eng and
elgtt, Wardrobe,
VY. ,Wardrobe,
Table. Linen
Tble. Shoe Rack,
S iling Table, Com-
; ad Buffet, Ten
Oak Dining Table,
Radio Table.
CamrSrie, Com.
ve-ling Basket
SATu nk. Va.
-A. Thermos Ice
Cmera Zipa Brief
Bla tB, Rack, Lamp
Om lo Warence
L *tceej ieuCi utleed
^^w~a~d Bfet, Tea
BE".0*'P Lan.Tale

gyS~eTMrtT ndw

-u -

hbhs.., LN~

Rum Revenue

Climbs Again
Boosted by rum revenue rise of
$30,877 beyond expectations after
returns from this source had been
dropping short of target early in
the year, this Colony's revenue
from Customs and Excise for
the six-month period ended
June 30, shot $107,242 above
the estimate to reach $6,086,-
838, but was $198.733 less than the
total receipts for the correspond-
ii.; period last year.
Increase of $53,111 was registered
in import duties which turned in
$3,553,111, while receipts in duty
on rum and spirits fell $108,082
below target of $1,850,000.
Asphalt export duty figures werf
$13,652 above the $15,000 proportion
due, showIng a $6,996 increase on
1943 returns.
Receipts in duty on petroleum
spirit went $117,525 past the $500.
000 goal, bringing an increase of
$7,880 oan last year.
June figures for the Department
show total revenue of $1,042,0i9
against $983,371 expected, with
Customs yielding $582,652. Excise
duties $458,987, and Excise licences

, .f- C
t Colonel 0. C. Wenger (top right), U.S.
Public Health official advising on the
new Anglo-U.S. war against disease
In this Colony, gives a city institution
boy a blood test at the Caribbean
Medical Centre. Fighting public health
men and their all-trained aides in the
other pictures have a busy time w:tn
other boys of the same Inetitut-on who
are among 1,500 so far In (or similar

Police Band To Play
In Gardens Today
The Police Band will perform at
the Botanic Gardens this after
nocn, starting 5.30 o'clock.
Programme is as follows:-,
March: "Florlntina" ........Fucik
Overture: "The Bohemian Girl
... Balle
Valse: "Roses of the Soulh".....
.... Strauss
Mrsic from the Grand Opera: -
"I Pagliaccei" ...........Leoncavallo
"Spanish Gypsy Dance"..Mowrey
Music from the Opera:-
"Aida" .................... Verd
Hymn:--"Sun of my Soul"
Anthem:-"God Save The King.'
The band will perform as fol-
lows this week: -Monday, H.M.S
Benbow, 8.15 p.m.; Tuesday, Wood-
ford Square, 5.15 p.m.: Wednesday
Prince's Bullfing, 830 p.m.; Friday
Ean Fernando, 8.30 p.m.



Furniture Fabricating Co.

86 Frederick Street

: 'Phone 5097.

DeWitt's Pills

quickly relieve

Joint pains and oackache
warn you that your kidneys
are out of order, They are
getting sluggish and allow-
ing impurities and poisons
to escape from the blood.
stream and lodge in the T F O
muscles and joints. These THI FUNCTION
poisons (especially excess OF THM KIDNEYS
uric acid) may bring on ..
painful rheumatic swel-. An d l
lings if they are not tbdyi I ca"
quickly cleared out of erieat adn i i
the system. The way __' Ji
to tackle the trouble .r
is to go at once to the aCria b
rootcause- MWWO Ndtw du I---
the unhealthy h* W iftthe b1od froo
(.._.,:_ ---- ^^ eartiafbda Tte bood albaolb
condition of 'M WOW aae dop
your kidneys. 'a b"L
De Witt's Pil Th miaf, ,Lity aiv kd an
are specially prepared | ,,A a a by-
to correct kidney disorders .
That's why they have proved
such an effective treatment gives positive proof that a
for Joint Pains, Rheumatism wonderful internal anti-
and Backache. De Witt's septic is getting to work at
Pills not only clear away the very root of your trouble
clogging impurities and -in the kidneys themselves.
poisons-they actually tone Once your kidneys are re-
up and strengthen the kid- stored to healthy activity,
neys. Yougetevidenceofthe those joint pains, rheumatic
dire t atio of De Witt's twinges and depressing
Pills within 24 hours of backache* vanish Com.n
taking the Arst dose This pt.

U06- as oi'sof 21e11111
ai-- IV.s u4umg51~e a q is

Obeah Belief


By Magistrate
Deploring the fact that there
were alUi people wno were tupid
enough to beutve that oere was
such a thing as oeah, and that
Wsere were also people like osepb
Mootoo who preyed upaon people ol
such, mentaIty, Mr. W. J. Andre
in the First Police Court sentenced
MGtoo to na term of six months'
imprisonment for obtaining money
under the assumption ot super-
natural powers.
The nmaistrate expressed sor..
row to Cind that the woman whom
Mootoo fooled into belitvtng that
he could work wonders for her, was
a member of one of the churches,
and admonishing her for being so
silly he tried to impress upon her
that all such efforts were always
Mootoo contacted this woman
Just at a time when she cherished
the belief that she was surrounded
by enemies, and profesCing to be
one capable of doing the superna-
tural, he took first $5 from her and
subsequently some jewelry with
which she promptly parted waen
she though she was assured of
some measure of relief. It was
ofty wht n he sent her beneath a
tree to dig for something which
he had planted in advance-a bot-
tle with some liquid containing her
name written ott a bi, of paper, and
which he wished her to be lieve
acme particular spirit had put
there-that she suspected some-
thing wah wrong. When she looked
for him again he had disappeared
but was subsequently held by Lance
Corporal Munroe.
Sub-Inspector Harris prosecuting.
stated that he had thought people
had become mere sensible and able
I- to realise that there was no such
thing as obeah. If there were such
a thing, he said, he might not have
Rent Law Reaction been alive considering the large
La number of people he had prosecut-
FoItiy aolleemn..
For Study In City itra G. Sinanan appearing
onMootoo's behalf expressed the
Giving consideration to recoi- on Mootno'hhnlf heperson who
mendationls "-rodied in a motion view that not only the pesnI h
entboCoit odiedi n Charles Wardn committed the offence should be
plit by Co ulncillor Charles W ard,w o as e
that the Rent Restriction Ordin- charged but also those who asked
ance be reviewed in view of the others to work obekh for them.
fact that it appeared to be work- The magistrate mentioned that
ing hardship on the tenants many intelli".ent people went in for
whom it was il:tended to protect, this sort of thing believing that
the Port-of-Spain City Council at t .iey could achieve many things
Friday's monthly statutory meet- lcy obCeh. He considered such pfn-
ting agreed that it was a mat- le very stupid to hold that be-
ter which warrantee special atten- lief.
tion and decided that a special
committee of th. Council be ap- NURSES TO MEET
pointed to itd y t he situation, Monthly meeting of the Port-of-
Spain Trained Nurses and Mid-
Teachers' Examination wives' Association will be held at 5
p.m. on Tuestay. All members are
May Be Postponed expected to attend as there ate
In case of the non-arrival of the several important matters for dis-
question papers which have not yet cushion including the concert to be
been received, the teachers' and held at the end of August.
pupil teachers' examinations due to-P
be held from August 8 tc August 11, FOR PIANO FUND
and on Augsist 12, respectively, will
be held under Vxisting arrange- Sunday Guardian Correspondent
ments on revised dates to be ad- SAN FERNANDO. July 29.-Con-
vertised, states an Information of- cert held here recently by the San
fice release. Fernando Committee of the "Con-
If. however, the papers are re- 1ciertos Daniel" added $320 to the
crived in time, a notice confirming Committee's Piano Fund. bringing
the original dates of the examina- the total collected to more than
tions will be published. 1$1A400.


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Allies Make History
Dn World's Battlefronts
!7h week has potentialities of being
notable In the war's history. Even
now the progress of the conflict is writing
great new chapters, each more striking
tan the last. These are big moments in
which to live, for from the battlefronts
everywhere come tidings. of the triumph
.of Allied armies. From Normandy to the
Ur Pacific. from Italy to remote Burma,
4he Istory Is the same: the forces of the
United Nations are methodically and re-
lentlessly biting deeper into the strength
and morale of the enemy.
The amazing and spectacular wizard-
ry of the Russians has captured the ima-
gination. Operating on a front of well
jDver 1,000 miles, great Soviet armies are
sweping everything before them in a
drive which shows no signs of slacken-
ing. North, south, and centre they are
jttering a shattered enemy into abject
impotence, giving no quarter and asking
(or none. Hour by hour the Nazis' east-
ern front is coming closer to complete
collapse, as first one of their bastions
falls and then another in a blitzkrieg
which our Allies are maintaining with
:ever-increasing fury. Th- Nazis are being
paralysed into resounding defeat,, which
*Hll have its repercussions on their
"nmIes in France and Italy, and will do
much to crash the tottering morale of
the German people at home.
SWidespread internecine strife and the
launching of th' great revolt must have
left the mass of the German people,
3ghters and civilians alike, conscious of
the fact that the nation is divided
against 'itself; and if they want any other
evidence to convince tecm, they have
only to look at the dLsaster that now im-
pminently threatens their homeland from
$he east. So far as the revolt is concerned,
She attempted assassInation of Hitler
*as almost overshadowe1 by the revea-
lion of the cunning of the rebel generals,
|ut the leaders of the United Nations
VeW not taken in by people who were
Xvwd Nazis yesterday, and are ag-
grieved democrats today. The rebel gen-
mils had ends to serve, and in trying to
dupatch the Fuehrer they merely
"sowOd that the world-domination kink
In their minds dies hard.
They may have contributed some-
thing towards bringing the war to a
close, though arguments like those now
being used by the United Nations on the

b11-etrhsO mmhS f truer Iata % ee
nothing in efeetene, M
be further en uas this wek dmws ml.
Russia Is fighting with great deletmbnW
tion on the J a' ea-tern fr i -the
other Allied natis are doing In Nor-
msndy and Italy against dpAte rem
itee e and unusual natural obstacle.
IWItOly, ere His Majesty the King has
braitol pt and good cheer to
the tro "- 9 itlesr'e hordes back
to their aTl the city of Florence
Is the big prize which the Allles are
battling. In France th Allies are per-
forming great deeds, while out East the
Japs find their tenure of Manipur daily
growing less secure and their occupation
of Guam a positive liability, which they
would surrender if they could do so with-
out losing face.

New Slum Clearance Bill
Confers Emergency Powers
IT is very good news that the Govern-
ment proposes to deal with the slums
In Port-of-Spain and San Fernando by
emergency legislation. The draft Bill
issued last week admits in its "objects
and reasons" that slum clearance has
little or no progress in those towns. It
attributes this to two main causes-the
difficulty of providing alternative accom-
modation, and the lengthy and complex
procedure to which the Planning and
Housing Commission must submit.
To remedy this it proposes to consti-
tute a special committee of the Commis-
sion, endued with far-reaching powers,
and relieved of much of the.cumbersome
processes of the existing Ordinance. The
committee, for example, will be able to
declare specialslum clearance areas with-
out preparing schemes and submitting
them for approval, though it will work
utinder the direction of the Governor In
Council. It may also serve closing orders
where premises are unfit for habitation,
compel Improvement, evict occupiers, set
proceedings for acquisition in motion,
and so on-all with a minimum of red
By this mean. the Bill cuLts through
the mass of detail which has helped to
delay and disorganise remedial efforts.
Hlow it proposes to meet the need for al-
ternative housing is not so clear. It
authorises the committee "to make such
arrangements as may be necessary or
practicable," either temporary or perma-
nent, but leaves the rest to the imagina-
tion. This Is really the crux of the pro-
blem -where to put alum-dwellers while
the slums. are being transformed. There
will be no progress If the old slow method
of permanent construction is followed,
which suits a long-range rather than an
emergency programme. Give us perma-
nnit buildings to replace the slums, yes;
hut temporary onns to carry on with in
the inmeantimrne.
The Bill Is extremely welcome, and
we hope it will be given earnest study by
a!l interested in the important housing
problem, and that no timn will be lost in
making its main principles effective. We
should, however, like to see a more defi-
nite place given to publicity. It Is true
that th" Bill requires a declaration to be
published whenever areas are fixed for
slum clearance, and plans to be opened
for inspection. But we want the proceed-
Ings of the committee made known as
they take place, for along with the exer-
cise of emergency powers should go re-
gular and full announcements about the
way they are being exercised.


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in wrong avmues of rveaxation ... .... triamuon. (1) It has been decided to re-
agamblin. This Is now pre- oasasJ r erS ort
meh ~ ~ sx V.lmbi + I snwp e-[ tlelettng Abillity Dynamle iIFIure ma the Port-of.-Sah i
valea tIn s sditrict, .. branh of the Volunteer Fire
The town having no reerpatlz Thoere has never been any ques- The final reason is lnhrrent in rigdeas a number of members
ground, the public highway s tion of Dev,. ay vote-getting abrilty. ,the man himself. forth President i hravef e ror str
really the onlt alternative for out-The in (2
lly the only alternate or out- ....only thing tht defeated him s till the most dynamic figure In Ave-left th Cpoicny o d *tmen t.
doo sports. But.1. it rTht? Coull in his fnrqt hd for the governorship! *AerklAn Politics, and Mccomplish-. f21 A PPOlntms.t made
not somethin g be done about it im- of Nw York State wMas the ppu- eved n *on ummat polleian Iprior to st July, I4, are "an-
meflately? laritiv of New York's four-time with a flair for the spectacuiroler 1t August, i1M44
mediately? t~oe ti sense ot iletasfro lwho wtish
J.C.L. Governor. Herbert l.hman, a cl-ae and a tl &hnoamsi s snsoftiming 3) Pert who wish to
Chaguanai, presonal friend of Mr. Rooaevelt. His oopularltv throuirbout the Ilst or re-enlist. should now
But since then, D*wey has g inad world Is enormousundoubted, sily to the Superteer
Smarkedly in strength. prter than it is at 10home1. AU tFire ri e U( P F. Read.
lme ri n Ne ee tranawawith the last -uber- ..,0 an w herem?' ,he Sym.!!o?' t T< ., of .U A or
Home Training N*ed ns el ln, despite preaod, t.heewgidew. lnl_-uatreirniaP o perfhave'ofor a
an*ms.x Ps ~d-. ee r tatye of Roon ( T. tidant Oraist Lt.)
'Ibt Editer, "8uday Guardian.' tial intercession, and4bad no dl4- to theworli&1dNJthute w ef theynot already 'one
It is really nice to be hearing culty in electing a I utenant gov- 1 th e dark esti G mpre sionda y haef s wn ho ng ht alrer' h e idt0d o
lWd ftidf santhtis b og l rnoe Of his own choosing whest Ur" .P~l/It ,
ndou eduadiong all thatisb In it was almost certain that this lemia.. usno other) 4 Ito elisiet mit4ha w4
bout education On the outs deelection waxstantamount to chaosh 00 oIti her4m manlWi'
bTh it is thpe Ofnsi d lv IIrigoavernor, since Dewey V dtof the f *0Pwoitsi mtatny hS-
li~e aintousP y pe lo, kikly 00 moving on to the Aanoisgginig #0Pe004. Snkia,
my op n ile enion,"11111*a gethe .A Iuka.Ud~
sible until parents start training 'roewev Ia thus a man who haeery Ineite. Thesno A Ci o
4 home.e baten the Democrats mer" than I a b i Ae f
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City-- I-r es- Must Vote (2) 1 1illaw i so 1 1*0 11
If oThey Wont Improvoment I 1 (o ---,
Th. Ed146irecSUU" uday diaa' .,I
Thei Port-of -Spalin 'Coroa ti
Ordinance is,. ait were, a aet ofn
toos ta t have bee n put into the .
bands of the b r ge of this City I
g Covometnont with ilntrnctiona
It they erect a local government t
to vrdftake certain well-defl-ea o
T he majority of theburgesses.arte er. e vmm r In 0 the e o me f i Taf, p
trying to bld something worthy, wis hl ki wssUal,.Ow It.mit b A

the purpo e ... v
Can It beo argued that, because a' l ,
powerful minority are opposed top, o nven h wy e n
-o.,,snt. Istiutons and h.v.,tRom evelt And Dewey eMn
from the outset, reft'ied to shoulder e
their responsibilities and help min A evitable Pand N o innn. M
the building, Government must sI nev ita lehait J iU im
give ear to their complaints and
scrap the tools it has been at pains 3 ecpo t: e
to create and revert to a type of By POL ut 9 DnCRDUMON:-Nome: Ado
local government suited to the Me serene but overwhelming dell Willkle once called e "Th yeaos negt t 7"; black, stout
reactionary minds of these die- victoryof ThomalsE Dewey at theCha.mp." month. native of Barbados. Las
hards but to nobody else? The Beri-tepubiican Convention, and thei rMr. "o sevelt' Ellerton, St. Gorge a, Batbedos.
tish Government has ref used to ctnlan un t e r espers
yield to passive resistance and non-utter lack of effective opposition to Claims Acting A
co-operatlon In India.; can It afford the third renomination of President
to surrender to them in Trinidad ? Franklin D. Roosevelt by the Al for the President, he is, afor
Memblership of the City Council Democrats, make it quite clear' c ratlo Party, and has been fr 12 POST OFFI
is net fixed and unalterable. Every that they were the only possible years. lHe ham had opposition in
year, five Councillors relinquish choices of their parties. Congr ms, and defeats, especially
their seats and every third year the Perhaitps never in the entire course during hies reast administration, have
five Aldermen also go cut of office. of American politics, and partic- not be e ifre que o ot.
This very year. half the Council-I ar the te ..I.r o- But the o r arl e few., even a monts PUBLIC HOIL
five Councillors and five Aldermen I "arty i douf the freehav-swing-the old-line, states-right Democrats
-will be goin out In November g pary o n a who can conceive of any other
Will the "sel-respectIng" people Presidential nominations been so Democratic candidate with the rT-

.-- WiinofCeifrnaan L -emocrwit candidther withthhe qauvre-1 I
who are so loud in their complaints inevitable and uncontested. Why motest chance of winning. Monday 7th August (Dscover
permit ths opportunity to Passi should this be so? There iatse four principal reasons General Post Office will be open
without making a supreme effort Almost without excptlon, the for the Pre.iident's candidacy, and 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. and Distric
w t g r fn ofthee m most important, with-
to remedy a situation they find in- reasons for wey's remarkable out question, is the existence o am for the delivery of ordinary
tolerable? dominance flow from itself. 'eb thewr. Mr. Roosevet would not only; no other postal business wil
Personally I think they will As solee principal external circumstance bae wa candidate were thewar con- 2. nThere trwillSbe oneUdeliver
"Britisher" says they are too busy s thia fantastically puny stature of luded, but he isi personally unwill- despatch of mails on that day as
makings money. Tihey have frwutte i the other Republican hopetul ing to turn the job over to anyone n nan 1 l.
Jupiter's advice to the .anp wose anyWendell Willkie, who prac- elste after having put so much of San Ferna do, iparB, Pr
t w ee.l had t stu ie ticaly sAtoie" the 1940 nomination himself Into it. Concomitantly, Cedros, Mayaro and Interned
cart wneea lstad gotstduckl athe faom Dewey. might bave put up a there is a natural reluctance to
mud-"-The gods help those wlto fight and he declined battle wnen se with his experience and Toco, Sangre Grande, and In
help themselvess" ho became aware of the addsprestige at this stage of the world's Maraval. Diego Martin and C
Let us hope that the Government sgalnst him, affairs. Obviously, the Democrats
will be as forthright as Jupiter and Iof the rest, only Ohio's Governor will bring homeul this argument toa
in no uncertain terms advise these JohnHioket,..carriedl the fight tohe people It is one of their few
very uperkrt people to try helping the end, spending monthstilting o pty" ar guents pudier- o to Da
themselves for a change. The re-mlwith straw men, and finally pick- ently, the prestige of the Demo-
med IS In their hands; let them ling up the Vice-Presidential nom- critic Party without Mr. Roose- General Post Office,
stop kicking against the pricks and inatron by default. General Doug- velt Its so slight that he i the can- Port-of-Spain,
sharply apply It. las MacArthur's mysterious boom- didato or else ................ 24th Jul. 1944.
DEMOCRAT. let collapsed early, while profes- Roosevelt's synonymitv with the
Port-of-Spain drr snal politicians- Governor Earl Democratic Party is not ui.connect-
arn, of California, and Lieut.- ed with another of the quadumvir NOTICE
prlu a -oe h mander Harold Stasen, for- of reasons, the fact that he has N
Princes Town Neglectedo. mr Chir-f Executive of Minnesota not permitted any members of his
Thb Editor, *Sunday Guardian" avoided seriious combat, probablIy own party to attain the stature
7bere hasbeen some Inquiry..+ 1ti t h an eye o1948, of a candidate during his almost
b*Ti a e toe 1ub4l.arendeebyno
Thr hasee in s e nui aewe u i pclisr position derives 12 years in the White House, Hand p a
Governmentito the question the as mch from his weakness- in hand with this premise goes tifed that vaccination of
Hon'ble Roy Josepi skrced concern ; m his strengths Weak another -that no one in the Party inh e
Ing the condition of the s'de ,tcause le is a wholly unoriginal has demonstrated outstandin qua- equines (horses, mules and
streets of Princes Trow. IIIn aner thtinker, he Is at the seie timellities of political leadership during donkeys) against Equine
to hls question which has been strong because he therefore cannot that time. Encephalom elitist (Sleeping
published by your new'. paper, Gov- speak out on any subject without The Vice-President Meha (lpi
eriment states that tire streets are first examining it thoroughly. He Te Sickness) will take place in
kept in a sanitary crondl'on and may never coin a magically popu- The one man to whom the Pre-
in a fair stile of repair, but may lar phrase, but by the same token sident has r iven his unequivocal the County of St. Patrick on
I inform Government that ,his he will never err on the side of blessing IeaHent y "Agard" Wallace o
a e is opinion not in excessive audacity. Vice-President and former Secre -

stentl io n myv "'---d rWeie andl hitAtrewr ase t5I'y AgriculturBe, Wallhae -,nr
taccordance with the facts t n hus, unlike Wi lae, he ha tary of Agriculture. Wallace, i
accrdncewih he acs.while undoubtedly Intelligent com- 7th to 12th August
Concerning the repair of the made no enemies by talking too whie undoubt e Intig e -
streetr, without mentioning the side much. How heavily the fact that patent and a genuine sma po-be ro1 August
aitt mon vital issues he has said almost crat, has no votegetting power 14th to 19th August
estrot, I have only to cite High nothing will count h against hII r whatever.
treth, wiu i lyte ma i teeit of tha wnsito b oense t aganot hinre- Highly unpopular with party Notices giving particulars
Street, which os the ma b tee t of mains to be sten. It is not neceIa- workers this father was a .' ... o f time and place will be
Princes Town, It hasr beeluxudera alv always to be specify p la a Republican Secretaiy of Agricul-
repairs for 'e past ci,;ht months calc paign. R icnSrea o gic-
and has not el ,been c aneed. po ti ture and he himself was once re- posted at the Wardens' Of-
_n__h________e___e __f____ed ~t wrong Poin/t gistered as a Republicant and un- ces and in other prominent
Nevertheless, D wey has certain der constant newspaper fit', ,,..,- a of l
a positive s trg o w h c "Impractical dreamer," Wallace places and owners of animals
Have you a dry goods gore, a posive strong points which can- failed to win renomination, are sLrg y advsdto on
barber shop, a pharmacy, a nut be shrugged off, One is hisi Ml ino r enoms ntor n. as
commibione agency, a refresh- extreme public probity. ThereJMinor booms for such ment an sulya ie t co
ment parlour, a motor garage-- hare been no rumours of even the James Byrnes, former senator-ands.ult them.
or any other business, large or weakest sort directed against his Supreme Court Justice tand at pre-
aorner Inln ny pa rc .f r ei honesly airi bIn t ent the so-called Assistant P-resi- R. 0. WILLIAMS,
small, ai. any part of Trin dadt integrity n both pub- dent; anti-Roosevelt senator Harr' u g Drco o ghc
or Tobago? lie and private life. Byrd of Virginia; and Manpower Acting Director of Agriculture
Then itill pay you to get While making his reputation as Commissioner Paul McNult have t
our name listed in the "Guard- a iublirc prusecutor, he picked no died prematurely, perhaps fortn- I M POR T ANT
an'" classified directory. which soft spots. As Governor, although I ate
will be widely circulated here a ln vitabiv and correctly classed as I e method bv which the Presl- NOTICEc
and abroad. a c'onservatryve, there were no suog- dent has maintained his dominance
Thin is a free service. There gestion thar t he was ever impelled is the choice of old men and poll-
Is no charge whatever for listing. by per onal Interests. tical ineligible for his Cabinet.
Put You must set quickly. Handin- hand with this spotless The Sceretarv of State, Mr Cor- Teachers' and Pupil
The directory i s now in prepar- moral esctutcheon,. goes his standing deli Hull. was cona.dered too o d
action, and names received late o a genuine public hero, young for the Presidential nomination Teachers' Examinations,
will not be included, and vigorous, who felled the rac- when he left there Senate for the'
All listings must be on forms keteerlng dragons of New York State Department in 1932. Frances 1944
supplied free from the "Guard- City. Dtwev's legal attacks, when Perkins (Labour), Is a woman Ha-[
Inm" 'tie. he served as special prosecutor told I ckes drinterlo l has never run ---
If you have already received and District Attorney, were made f('41 political o.lce, tior have Henry
a form, complete and return It against the most evil of foes, loan Morgenthau (Treasury), Claude Thre question papers for the
without delay. If you have uot sharks, pimps, white slavers and Wickard agriculturee l, Frankabove .xamin.
had atefrm, you ray secure one murderers, even commercial kill- Walker (post office), Jesse Jones v,
en request. er. To an extent, ho was a flain- (commerce), or Francis Biddle been received, and it Is possible
When opportunity knocks. ing sword of retribution, a saviour (justice), secretary of War, Henry that they. ..
the wise man responds mmedi- of the pubtio otals. IStImon, who is well ptt 7,, notarrive in time
tely, Tomorrow may betoo late Yet another asset, his geographl- Isa Republican, and so was the h'etefor the examinations to be held
eo rw ybe itheFrank Knox, the ft a previously aragd. Teach-,..
--&ct now and put your business cal appeal, is almost purely e s Fcrc n- of, the No oner SecretarY ris -- edv.Teac
In the "Guardian" cl~e a.Led dental. Born In Owosso, a small binot Navy. Mr. Rooseaver %its a-
directory. town in the politically important averages well over 60din'page, ers' Examinations from August 8th
-S ,-l,,-state of Michigan, he enters the and has probably never dropped Augutlth and
presidential lists as governor of below that figure. Tea ...,"- Pu pi
maymenti with the ofDemocratticpitale ofrtyT eec hs fEaminations
T may mention a cae of pedes- the pivotal state of New York, h i s ho.rt. e eof lead'shp, the August 12th.
trans and school-children using a with its great block of electoral l-'esident appears to have done I
drain ats a sidewalk from Knolly's votes. esta ohn odeeo u- I iw .. .
Recreation Grc~und to King's Street Dewey's wife Iii a n~ative of Texas lessor t ehan nohigodevweder) iuc- Ini,rvuvilae
earer)golg dwn o te sore..rtdiionllyDemcraicbut no of more or less anonymous r xecu- will be advertised, and the exam-
ma-ket, shops, and schools, Manyt toG receptive to another Roosevelt tlve assistants than any other chief i~natbons wl aepaeo h
people have fallen down owing to ti4cket. However, there is no rea-- executive, and much of the Iirpor- wl aepaeo h
the unfinished state of th.a perti- son to believe that Texas, or any tetnt Work of the Government has Inew dates under existing arrange-
cular side-walk which atdJoins th other southern state, actually wvili been, at one time or another, tu:-n-
itreetvote Republican when the chips
stet n cain eetinare down. ed over to men with no poasibie ments.
On on tsln eetinpolitical future, such as harry
street to l thdrain, tor sidep al aro the pparent Youth Honkins, Thomas Careeorsn and If the Papers are received in
stetakn ao hedan rsewalk tre tste Benjamin Cohen.,im
it may be called, tripped on a sink Dewey's apparent yquth (he Is ttesm ie tdn hs ie oie cnlmn h
between the road and drain and in his early 40's, and his evident process, toes both within and with- original dates of the ezanrinatlons
fell over the drain into a yar'd vlgou r also may have helped him, out the Party have smr'shed away will be published.
which is lower than the drain and although lack of age and experi- at all other prominent Democratic
cut her forehead, leaving an tulsly ecte in politics are sometimes dis- liberals. The President has h-en
mar'k. She made a report but vh ~cl disadvantageous. In 1940. largely untouchable because nf his E(. retrick+
rodhs o e be epie. D~wey was the butt of many at position, but most qf the others, Director of E ducation.
re~ hunotyetbee reaird. Joke by reason of his age, not th from Siuplreme Court Justice Hugo
JOH MOHAMMED, least of them Secretary of the I-Blaek through Wallace and Ickee Depatrtment of Education,
]P11ne( T][own, ternor, Harold I.. Ickes' now flam- and even ]prances Perkins, have Port-of.*spIn.
pus wisecrack, "Dewey has thrown been hit hard. Not the least of
Recreation Ground Wanted All these things go to make .oueDs Coml~ teh. which has NT
.Dewy wat endel Wllke, or Ui re~ dsn W~h~ntheParty,
The ditr, Sunay uarian~ewe wht Wndel Wl~ke, of h it is headed by Texas,
Cyle lacing, oandite pubrlc example, i. not, a "safe" candidate, Democratic Representative Martini
leri~nlton he ublc h~h-and so eminently acceptable to the Dies. Tb matjority of the Brisk
waly Of Chaguanas is one of the old-line, P.cin seuiand.ard-bearer
recar pasimesPracisedby thai year's G.O P. cniction ad-els dmlnlasration party ablne the laetra iat ..
e rcbm ypa-t tRepublican bycnlto days of Mir. Roosesvelt'a first t:rm, IJ
pie fthe district. recre.-tion well as affihat.-rn. There Is never atnd t his has .been Ia strong facts "Volunteer F*.B.,
Wt no cnmany question about where he will
around, or oth.+r form ef entertain- stand on a public issue. Dewe o l mo1Int.galat tho wudev~p carryf-S al
n tthe youth of Chamuanas are is one of the moist natural Repuey opr atn against deheoproend e ~ tfrr~
focd to uise their spare time Iltcans to turn tin m year.. pb onmbs~oad.i speaking, in the Rooe-n---


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CASTLE, two l
employed with 1
OiUflelds of
which occurred
1944, and
man lately
Archer Coal
which occurred
man lately
Trinidad Lake
*ting Co., Ltd.,
red on 4th Jul
Compensation in U6
terms having been dep
under Section 8 of th
Compensation OrdlnIM
pendants of the said
Clement Roecastle, WW
and Victor McShlne, 1
are hereby required 0+
fore The Commlssloni
the lath day of AugUlst.
o'clock in the foreno0ol
House, Port-of-SpalB.
Commissioner shall
termine the dlstrlltu
Proof of relations
dantn to the drca
will be required by
loner to be furnlshll
ants at the enquiry. ,
tn be in the form of '
birth and of marriage
cumstsnces be neeeuye
Dated this 15th day V, (
A. V. N. MNt
Regl stror, 8*0

For the construction ofI
Station together within(
N.C.O's Quarters, O0
Pound at the junction
Road and Carmaile ,i0is4
See Notice In RoYsL
culaS as to terms and
of Contract cmn be 0bo65
Public Works Depart
tractors will be reql
Security of $3,000.00.
Tenders close at iWOS
August. M44.
Tenders to be add* .
Colonial Secretary,
Port-of-Spain, inark"dj
side of the envelops
the construction a
vC., at Mara 'J."
Oted 17h July Iow .I


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a -Uaiunerl May, hea *f the A.T.8. fn Trinidad, and at right h ISenler Cem -
Ji, wie e sting tlhe C~Iey. She arrived from Wahilngton about a week age and
BitshU Guian. efere her return to the United States.

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40, lIe

Il j/illtn's Jetve I ltaria Oun g /ut Wedding
About 200 guests were invited and
the reception was held at, Mr. and
e uest Mrs. seheult' home on St. Vincent R c t i
S street. A 0 P. Hote1
Section ouple am leaving for Bar-At Q Hotl'I
, trinida, wasbdotodayupl t
m a, sung for the ---- A large wedding took place yes-
earaL ecturgter i t afternoon at8t. Patrln'.s
earn- Churhel t r Church, when Miss Ellen Joan Mor-
red Heart church Lectlure. By ris, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ssatroon when Miss Ed. Morris, became the bride of
i onie Seult the onsP. L eiong Pfc. Kenneth masonn. the son of
"MdrnFenhPater" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jamason, 91
F Wand Ms. J. "Modern French Painters" was Jamaica, Long Island.
.. O'Bwen Boyce, the the title of a lecture given by M. The bride, who was given away
Sand Mrs. Walter Boyce, Pierre Lelcug to members o the by her father, was exquisite in
Trinidad Art Society at the white silk organdy, the blouse ot
se was Colonel B. C. Fishop's High School last week. which was painted in silver. Her
AAMY, a friend of Mr. Stressing the importance of the veil was long and she wore a tiara
wa-s stationed in modern movement as created by of beads. She carried a bouquet
Vjwho is now in Milanli. the French paintings of the late of white orchids an tube-roses.
y for Mr. Seheult '80s M. Lelong particularly spoke
% wedding. of the part taken by Cezamme In She had three bridesmaids in
Seed the church at te classical reconstruction of three different colours. Miss
Sentered by her fachrt modern art, and that taken by Yvonne Lynch wore a printed or-
gwnioied by her fat Renoir as the discoverer of the chid gown, Miss Jenny Milne a
in a own Ot Miami freedom of colours, blue. and Miss Helen Hammerman
malong veil and trhin. The art of painting, said M. a yellow.
S a tia and shetalong, does not consist in copying Thenrr headdresses were small
Sradiance buds. or producingg Nature. It uses caps of the same material as the
on Boyce, sister of the Naturn merely as its only source dresses and they all carried assort-
her only attend- of inspiration for the creation of ed gerberas.
gw was of blue Miami formal and human harmony. Susan and Billy Mackenzie were
ws complexion and she duch, he said. is the lesson as two Small attendants. Susan was
1kb and blue hydrarngeas given by the masters of French dressed in pink organdy and car-
-'_ dd pink and blue art.
4ii sareid pink and blue art. zied a posy, while Billy wore a whILe
i1 I wore a large leg- Among the numerous listeners, sharkskin suit with a blue tie.
to whom the lecturer was intro- The besltman was Pvt. Paul Cald-
Sewisa. also of Bar- duced by Mr. A S. Gray, was the well, and Pvt. Bill Grimm and
asu t he bestman. Consul for France. Cp. Alfred Schendel were grooms-
PW 1 --- -- men.
,B rs~ G ot The ceremony was performed by
yMrs. Grant Ton igh ethe Rev. Father B. (YDonnell and
--OOAy Chuh .N At 4.00 ews 0 Miss Claire Kenny sang Gounod's
ilkk-lOAY C hurah ad the Air; 4.0 :- ,-
Record" 5.30 Paiseel Dunnnger- Mind Peader. 4.30 AmericanI "Ave Marla.'
fSS ~ 2.3 pata" ,uonni*nge w"~.r-mid edot -(>.cnan Folowi a reception at the
(Carlli ]Penrose. Audry atory; S.00 New: s.oS N.R.C. Sym- FOLOWing a reception at the
'Shannon. Sylvia Klla- phony; 6.00 News; :.05 Army Hour Queen's Park Hotel, to which about
Drk.-Chairmiiani Bill 6.30 Perr Faith; 7,0( i News; 715300 people wer invited, the couple
-Wolod Nw followed by Bandwagon 7,30 Oracle lins.: left. pol wr vte, tho copl
Sar by ranst At- New; .06 United Network commfntary;l t or Gasparee on their honey-
pendBer Palm Court .1 Slb hiwtme; 8.30 amnmy Kayes per- moon.
Nleweil (baritone); scade: 9.00 Unlted Network Raporter;|
t Communlty Hymn- .a1 6Tho News at Hnme; 9.30 It Pays --
M ar&'r Church, Birks-. te be Ignorant; 10.00 News; 10.05
S Laird Mats Voioe V'tce Serenade; 10.3 6 James" Melton. r1 r :
by Charles s.rratt.- U...A.-TOMORROW o ay s iary
byR v?.H. H.J .ptet. t P.M.! S. s Tim Views the Ndews;'
;,4.30 Prnmo as 5.10 Piogramme Review; 8.1l Raymond Cocktail dance at P' P severance
5.e0 Arnntnesment; 6.10i
4 rsm ord);. Scott Orctestra; .30 Mirth and Madnes Club
ErelS aker, 6.00 News: 6.06 Sport Pago ;6.15 Per-
C ErLiskd Melve sonal Album; S.50 Minstrel odlde; 7.00 Dance #A Trinidad Country
ChrrJsM.oo e vill News; . tock M -rkt Rport; .o0 Club.
st(lNrs6.e0 S B tring rat Moet I in Mume: .00 N*ws:
00 ) r o erie Uid; Network Commentary: A.15t FORTHCOMING EVENTS
oIdabroeu (ogan) Spotlight Bands; 8.30 Guy Lombardio;
uest w N .m. al' by 0 .00 United Ntw*di Reporter 9.15 The "Music and Memories." musical
t .oW Light Muse.1 1.k News at Home; 9.60 Blondle : 10.00 concert, Prince's Buildin,. Wed-
B L iommeata .00 News 10.06 Family Hour; 10.30 Norman neAday, August 3, .8.30 p.m.
comandtParys*; 5.10Courts presents.
Rand Plays; 8.0a VI-TOOA Bridge drive, Bis*op' High
h. Irma8 e." losod' WVI-AM. MuTODAY : 1 00 School, Friday, August 4.
rH romModay'$ A.:. 10 30 MIad1 for *today; 11,00
.15 ioryvei *l udteted Molody Matine; 11.90 John Charles Red Cross concert. Royal Vie-
a lrly: .4 l ibtligue; Thoau; S12.00 .I.C. News. torla Institute, FrIday, August 4,
.8 1 Orehetl gIam- P.M.: 12.1S Plumo Rambuns; II.S0 8.30 p.m..
'10.1 B.B.C. Orchestral Xavier Cugat; 1.00 Comedy Caravan:"_____ _
by Joehop |lewwi wth 1.5O Famlir Hour; 2.30 Information -
0(ao). Pleas; 1.90 soammy Xayo; 3.00 Commaind A r T u
TOMORROW Ptormanic; .0 rrontline Thetr; Answers To Quiz By rFeste
mieamS tm;s ,0 Inter.4.00 Philadelphia Symphony; .00 Mst ( ls Pae b
onStol; 5.01 lah~ter- the ]soys; 3.3o Jack Bermy; 6.00 funds (sqi nPg b
;. '00l s hip; .mat Ves pers; 6.90 Fred A llen : 7.00 Andre ( u e b
;8. 00 Currei nt Ko7t.lsnts; .30 Charlie McCarthy; S.0 (I) ulntills.
_,d lyvmmd Y30 our Radio e Theatre; .00 Nvws: 9.15 (2 Julit Caear.
I fi (mov8udar .30)lopena Door-, 10.00 susl~sl; 10.36 con-+ Z uii atr
(se (RSundayp 1u..30)1 ; nte or (3) Fifth month.
T elph Wsgtan) tente d MHour. (4) Scorpio and Leo.
[ut. mm T le.d" I ndnn WV 1--TOMORROW i nity.
1.651t Music: .46 LIfe P.M.: 5.00 O.I. News; 6.15 Quo Pim (5) Trinity.
oh r iAts Powell; 10.00 S.aso Villags Store; .00oo Mall calii; 6.3 16) First.
S103.1 Johnny Canuck'i Gea t Musle: 6.45 News: 7.00 Basin t(7) Bastille Day.
+reet; 7.3s0 Vest Vir. Ramblers; 7.45 The (8) The Declaration of Indepei-P
-#&A" TODAV Two 'B's"; 5.00 Duffy's Tavern; A.30 dence.
r- 0lw; 2.05 luueiki* Telephone Hour; 9.00o News; ,.,, 1h'ln (
et Soithernallra; 3.00 Rhythms: 0.30 Derei Tlmol 10.00 Night (9 1856.
14.0111 09 the Fros. .3 0 OwlJh Cnlub 10 .II...,.. i (10) 25th.

'uuba (aiuaritan

UM y UA IAN, JULY 30, 1944.
SCXDAT GUARDnAN, JTo.T, 194. '" ------

C,,-. s-.te,

In private ti he Isa lady
Korda, wife of Sir Alxander,
Hungarlan-born film producer,
who discovered her for the
movie. Her rather pasve
beauty ham bean abeent from
the sclreeam for a long time.
She appears now artlong and
singing In "The Lodger." the
week-end picture at the R BoyaL
on trial before a Jury who have
their judgment ready before they
enter the courtroom. They are
not given the treatment of prison-
ers of war, but accused of murder
in strict violation of international
law In wartime. Before they pro-
nounce their sentence the Japs
want to get out of them informa-
tion about where they are coming
from and what their orders have

Four Singing Sisters
"And tite Angels Sing," a Iara-
mount production dirtectad by
(orge Marshall, at tihe Globe.
This is the week-end's purely
musical entertainment and though
not a top-notch production, it gives
a fair supply of fun and songs,
It isthe domestic comedy of the
Angel family, with four sisters
struggling along for a career and
a helpless father trying to direct
their destlnies. Only one of the
bunch want to sing on the stage,
the rest have other ambitions, but
they have to follow their singing
sirter's example to get back the
odd hundred ninety box that a
broke band leader has pinched
from her. There is, naturally, no
musical without romance and tears
for love's sake before the happy
end. This one is no exception,
Dorothy Lamour, Betty Hutton,
Diana Lynn, Mimi Chandler make
a lovely quatour for the occasion,
with Fred MacMurray as the en-
chanting leading man.
Completing this week-end's cine-
ma bill is a Warner double at the
Empire. Teamed are "Steel
Against the Sky," with Alexis
Smith and Lloyd Nolan, and "The
Gorilla Man," with John l.oder and
Ruth Ford,
It's good news that several Bri-
tish films will shortly compete with
Hollywood productions in the clty
cinemas. A local company will
distribute the films of Eagle Lion
organisation of J. Arthur Rank,
one of London's top men in the
cinema business. Some of the ti-
tles: "Gentle Sex," "Demi-Para-
diae," "This Happy Breed," "'ng-
lish Without Tears."
e e 5

The Yankees stand up bravely To come to town this week:
to all the tricks of their sailors. "Gaslight," with Charles Boyer and
Nothing can make them speak, not Ingrid Bergman (De Luxe): Eddie
the moat cruel tortures, even not Cantor's "Show Business" (Globe):
the promise that their lives will and "Shine on Harvest Moon"
be saved. They resist all temp-I (Empire).

.mwrnw Um

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Cinemanews By Spotlight
9 Th entertainment industry. Hollywood in particular, have *ot
new Job with the progreing invasion and with more cities libe-
tated a most every day. The people there are not only keen on the
freedom and food that the Allied armies are bringing to them but
6hey are certainly also hungry for entertainment of which the
Nas rulers had deprived them along with other joys of life.
That's why Hollywood im busy ati1ond-dmarchproudlyaonthe
eggslning the supply of' ama fot road to death.
hek ll.berate areas and som of As it always gtes in such pie-
Sshipts c ar"rying tank*, gunf and lures, the contrasts are too obvious
mmn for the tr.p.s have and the prisons too spotlessly clean.
those precio. seu io This diminishes the artistic value
en.t bear those precious, cellulo stenes ib. .ninoe human touches and
Ml for the liberated civilian. It oensiiay. Some human touchea and
will be again Clark Gable, Bette thrillingr hots remain on th epli
W~i Hq4i Nllll ll~I sb ide.
Davis, Eddie Cantor,. Irene Dunne The acting is aimnp-e with Dana
b will dominate the screens hel Andrew, Richard Conte. Sam LA
so long by Hitler 's uniformedGraner vin con
would-be stars. The cinema., too, iene, fan Graner ving con-
will be tree again and take Its ... .. per .oim anc .
place as the most popular centre J,,-. r D; >j D ...
of entertainment. J ck T he Ripper's Return
"ihe lIoug-r,' a &0th Century-
Yanks and Japs I .i lprtrtioi> ., dLrectd *I
""*" "'" "'P'Juhit firttha, at' the uy&L. I
"The Puirple Heot," a t6 tCold showers running down your
(etury-Fox production, dire-= back and accompanied by some
ed hv Lewis Milestone, at the musical retrishmni.t, that is what
DoLuxe. you have to expect when you go
to sea this pic:',ie. How could it
This picture is Hollywood's ver- be othtiwi e. w,,. n Jack the Rp-
lion of the fate reserved to eight per and their London of the 80's
American fliers who bombed Tokyo, lietuirn to the screen?
It is "based on unofficial reports," It is tie picturisation of Marie
states an introductory note, and Belloc Lowndes' louok that made
that sets a self-lmposed limit to luckh a tit when it was. first puo-
its authenticity, lisned. Jack thu Ripper, terroris-
It does not mean that reality has ing a 1hole city with h*hi mysteri-
been far behind the filmed version. ous kilingls, comes here to a
The mental and physical tortures Whiteclapel hlie white he be-
to which the valiant American comes tie boaider of a respectable
boys are subjected on the screen, family. F'rou this peritctly unsus-
might even be nothing but a poor picious shelter goUs the strange
reflex of what happened to them ".'Ldgcr" on his adventurous trips
in the claws of the barbaric Japan- down town.
ese, With all that, however, there He has an eye already on his
is always the feeling that Holly- ntxt virtn. SAhe is the admired
wood wants to combine real hero- star of London s music halls and
lam with studio sensation, an im- goes into his np, without realizing
resilon prevailing many times it, of cour-se. Tne film reproduces
fore when film producers turned the atmosphere of terror and mys-
to this kind of present.day drama. terry quite tensely, with foggy Lon-
don as a fitting background.
It Is a thrilling story, indeed, Merle Oberon, who has not been
the story of these eight fliers put seen on the screen for a long time,
returns in a part that given to her
Merle Oberon rather passive beauty a chance to
develop freely in acting and sing
In- ... in a well. For the mystery parts
there could he no better perform-
Sera than George Senders and Laird


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On The Home Front- By Farm Hand
The other day I wuas privileged to produttlio, as well su larger acre- tal may be reid. This t tb
atte .td annual conference of aes will have to be employed. with membership toe = 00
the deratlon of Agricultural Ti would result in the need for sas of produce ad o on
Credit SocietiSS. Previous to thi. as well 5t efficient th. PeMd a very lUaWvtiv W*soo
I had had the experineof attend- i. f m. rketin. w.itha th revue
in several meettin o at these credit. a allvoca te fu lmr socittyaitheu l r
. . . u s . . . u~ l ,s P 's a a d u n c ~ o n s ~ ~ c t e d a ll B u t t h e s o iet y in I t o u A"'
societies throughout the island. I inc ..... w Iucton made to be of value to t&he i
alofruae t heohn&wudmd ob fvlet b be provide
Shave been a o fortunate tobhd imay belv notdi pos.ed who fta m Its membership, u
present at the Inaugural meeting torexprfientwithsuch aschem fIxhn rigorous tandardsL. 1,and to here that private enter- b nrud
a fair knowledge of the alms and, h,, ,here t.t tpr-vate e nter- iency of production mehods a
a oblr knowe of these ceti ams andwell ris h the opportunity of de- be increased.
objec of these socete well as montratingthat it is not as back- so i at yields
an stsight into the manner n wrd as people arewon'ttobelieve, resultt from Increased fctenim V "
which they operate. im certain that a co-opera- maybe readily understood tha t
The Impression I had then, was tiUve socit. could be started on the society may also perfo m SlivS
that they were doing a great deal following ines. Pirast of all it must funtlrts a S are involved Int
of good work but that in certain be decided whether the society is proving O ferthlsera and minsetia
area It was difficult to impress going to be on a limited or un- a .
upon the members, the necessity limited basis. Personally I do not By doing this in bulk, J6160
for repaying their loans as prompt- advocate limited liability because eonomiesn price may lbeZoo
ly as possible, then the police of the society a or, the society would be in a be.
futrthermore r could not but b. laid down by any Individual or t fS'7 tobYw tha
realise that the fact that they per. IndlvlduaCs possessing a majority of wouldThe n ensbe ofd ti her rgu
formed (.nly one function-the po- shares, must not be unwieldly however,.
ivialon of credit--was In itself a On the other hand if tile society a fair measure of any sucugs
handicap to agricultural develop- In established on the unlimited achieved, Would depend upon the
meant in these rural areas. liability basis, it would mean that ability of each member getting to
The conference unfortunately was each member will be able to exer- know all the others personally a
not well attended due to the in- rise only one vote irrespective of being able to assess their charact
clement weather and I am almostithe amount of capital which he has and farming ability.
tempted to add lack of inLei-ein mlnvested in the undertaking.
tuie proceedings of the conference.; The people coming together to
The q>;alilieation would not how-, form this society must of necessity
ever, be wlholiy true, because I have! have no., oily common interests E entertainers
since been informed that. the law but, must more or less come from
does not permit the utilisation of the same social class. This i ke srin ida )
a society's futnds to cover expendi- essential if friction Is to be avoided L k T in
ture incurred by delegates to the later on in Its development. At .
conference, the beginning, they may not have Lioei Murray, the "Voice" il
For the efficient functioning of all the money needed to launch Bobby Mc h U.8.O. troupe WtVII
the conferen-e it is essential that their schemes, but if they are able t the bases in Trinidad, e
there should be a representative to succeed in getting trustees fho been In the show business nter
gathering of delegates, and conse- would offer security the money can all his life. He started as a .tolr
quently, some fund should be pro- be easily raised on a loan from a and has had his own orchestra.
vided to cover just such contin- commercial bank or oilither business Murray, who is a New Yo0kk.
Agencies. enterprise. ha* appeared i0 several big th.
SThat these Government spon-| At first this may seem to be tres in the United States.
sored agricultural credit societies somewhat utopian, but In reality When asked how he found o
have been doing a good deal of It Is not, as it is actually on this he had a voice, he l said: "The daor
beneficial work cannot be denied, principle that the majority of the c .1 the bathroom had no lock. Io
but the object of my article is to societies operate. I had to sing to keep LntrtdM
advocate that the time has now The money so raised, may then away."
arrived when Oovernment should be invested in procuring agrlcul- The troupe has been traveling
extend the scope of these institu- tural machinery such as ploughs, for the rut seven weeks. T
tons by making them multi- seed planters, manure spreaders have had one-night stands in the
functional. The increased func- and probably even tractors as the different places they have visited.
lions should include the provision capital raised would allow, so that their 18-day visit to Trin-
of agricultural services and market.. t is however extremely danger- dad comes as a sort of rest for
I oing faculties, ous to embark upon too ambitious a them, despite the fact that they
This is the only means by which scheme as success Is better assured have two and sometimes trt
the demands of the new era of by a gradual augmentation of the perfrnnances daily.
agricultural activity envisaged by scope and uses of the society as Mr. Murray sad they were de-
I v Ite A g i ut u rat w oit y o mmint; t e a eu e
the Agricultural olicy Committee each new step will be backed by lighted to play for the British
In its report can be met. It is the experience of the former, audiences, who were most appre-
evident that with increased de- These implements may be rented dcative. Their schedule tncludea
mands for local agricultural pro- to the members. From the funds another show at Plarco during V
ducts, more efficient methods of thus obtained interest on the rani- week.




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DHte ,Feelac Chlckenh

Help Feed The Householdi

Many 'ema nowae are gt U a* ad
bgtaa~M- obeb tosee i &e -ee sa~tt mre tired ttwfp.
-m badly and really cause so muoh tamobl.

elmm aml w" paut-et, wtSam"
a pty to give them ,up entIly,-
vihi Nain g day a patmna an od

;~ ~~ "o P-etn t woudhete
bMttn eonMnt, leat may cbane
imumo 1 U Pad we IS to, tuaSt
Uh fN4 far misa i stMore Im an-
Mthe* Ifialtmp SUSAN artificial
end Is~ hbandbags. wia
whieb te shonp A e eMled, and do
0m0shing about proeuring a good
so"ly for us,
Row maddenin It would be then
to we bags of scratch gi"n and
eaon aOnfroPting us at every cornerr
when w had only an empty chick
on run.

In the meantime, It might be a
ve" blood Idea to change over to
ducs. They are not nearly so
hamy about their feed and they
ew se quickly that they will very
orM promd you with a meal. RIP
for sitting are few and hard to
get, but they are occasionally ad-
vertised for sale and provided you
can get some, that ais the cheapest
way of starting off.
A broody hen will hatch them.
taking 28 days for Pekins and 3
days for Moacovys. Pekins, to my
mind., are by far the most attrac-
tiUve of all ducks, but they do not
It, which means that you must
always rely on having a hen you
can use to hatch them.

*ot the W sA 415
had a eOrf7unulvo water
rigt frm tim h-nimn un am
much ood au y will eat eaery.
Coconut iM644, cu M el-faor
A few dsye--etked bread l
'Wan-Chopp" eooM VKlodk
they thoroughly enloy, and tt ha
best to feed them ree tIta
day, ivc them freh food each
timne tdro remixing ary W hi
may be left n the tin.
At three weeg they amn o Mt
to Water. LOat O people keep thm
with nothing but a muddy pool or
elm rly entirely on their getting
wter when it is rainlng: but US
me put In a pies that you build a
pod. If you intend to keep
dd at all., where the water an
be changed eixUy. ?alln this a
good big tub. If emptied frequently,
will do. It s so obviots that they
love having water to swta in, and
being In their natural element
must Incline to make them healthy
and strong.
Besides this, they need a bowl of
drinking water changed at least
twice daily, as they feed very dir-
tily and make a mesa of all their
food. They definitely do not like
drinking the water they swim In asI
they make it very muddy almost at
once, and when It gets too dirty
for tneir liking will not swim again
until it Is changed.

Museovy, on the other hand. If Feeding continues on the same
provided with some place to neat, lines as when 'they are younger,
such as an old barrel, will hatch with the addition of scraps from
out their brood all by themsnuelves.- the kitchen, well cooked, and any
mcusing you no trouble and simply grain you can get.
presenting you with the fall o- Some optimists say that ducks
oMpIL can be eaten in six weeks, which I
There is, of course, the other think Is rather an exaggeration,
method of bi:ying partly or fully but they certainly come along very
grown ducks but it Ix rather expen- quickly. For best results my ad-
sive and hatching is probably vice is stick to one particular breed,
better. i either Muscovy$ or Pekns, and
Put the young ducklings nn wire either sell or eat those you do not
for two or three weeks, keeping require as they come to maturity.
the mother-lhen with them at nights -J.V

0Iomslex;on d,'erar ? Diemaying, isn't it, when yntr
ekm gint that hiuinnirium look--shen tiny dead skin cells
rough ip its smoothness, and tight-sticking specks of
grime dull its fresh color?

Zhe I- )i,,ile Q1ai0t .. lick on a 1-Minuitee Ma4 of
Pond's Vanihing ( Crea.nm -over rleeks, forehead, all exrept Fer
Leave it on onefr/ /miinute-lthen wipe off-and see the differences

(ifrooIer.. ./,;r/.fare,...,,nlder the mask.
the '"Leratnol tic" action of P'ond's Vanishing
reamem wag l'ooening little skin roughneases,
dissolving little peckr of grime. Your face
feels$ erlly softer. Makeup clings like velvet! ON.

lwyim h efor mnA.-up smmh non a tiln ilm of Pond's
ul-hoe Cream-hrlps hold pmoderfor hours



at the service of the Empire

ClI vMn pt it wn de d to lep abused M ooa uthewi
V70, Pw pwment, Iwti, plas must be bkld up becuM so may
LU St0 M who would Hw* othe equipment for the fboory, ot the aircraft,
StheM O ox s lated n ON wUr production. This is the cae
& dr B .. MIR* in Anii Slectrical =1111fi~tm. Workingina
pefberaq wick Governes ep"rPt, the G B.C. research and
-M-oraixusam s have Made development .1 fth utmot
Wh w i rotity cmMi. howev, ta d techno ad vareM mude y tt
Company Iall ppliclona of tlectreity, including the important one o
ShhceOluce will he avtilabl to all in every pert of the world for the
M ayi Of cOMlplet electrificatio tschemes of any magnitude.


*Al B1iHnelb i C= m avow # toll to11otrlo
~,C 150*tml~ sbor. em. bern se adCtlapper uofts
reedFrne RMa n C' b G4 edw W^' a I
ew~~a Towdle 0| aU 4B|rt|Tt*mJ. ame M

omm opt Weft&SLm a ,&M

Mr. and Mrs. Abe. D. Jardtine leaving Chrimt Church, Carset.
after their marrow e o n aturday. July I, Mrs. Jardine was
formerly Min lhrba MilMnr. the daughter r f Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Minor.

Brighten Up

Your Menu
Here are two new recipes, using
three vegetables which are almost
a!.v,.s in plentiful supply:

Wa.sh 21b of spinach, put in hot
water and boil for 10 minutes.
Strain and chop well, and walt and
S pepper and stew gently In an ouhee
o'f butter fnr 20minutes. Tate off
Sthe fire and aid the beaten yolks
of three eggs. and then the stiffly
beaten whites. Sprinkle with two
Stablesimor s of breadcrumbs and
Grated cheese. Put into a buttered
pipediih s and bake for 20 minutes in
Sthe oven. Tuirn out on to a hot dish
Sand surrvind by hot tomato sauce
or white sauce.
Biier a large casserole and cover
the hnotnin with slices of eggplant
prelcisly fried, next add a layer
of frie(rti minced beef and sprinkle
with salt, pepper and chopped chive
or onion. Continue with alternate
layers cf eggplant, beef and season-
ing until the casserole Is nearly full.
Now put one layer of sliced raw to-
matoes and finish off with a layer
of beef Make a thick batter with
2 eggs, I pint milk and 3 ounces of
flour and pour over the contents of
your casserole, sprinkle with bread-
crumbs, add several smtll pieces of
butter and bake in a moderate oven
for about an hour or until the bat-
ter is coked. Serve in the cas-

eseendalm yinde b u
leiutorj aua malo ofth X~

RMMr..Aiadewe 1emm sa- modesbe*
thOe mouth agd teqo.
NUT..AndWe a ettle tMe s mM
and corrects acidity.
THIN.. Andrew, tones up h Hiew
and chook bill|MMWm
NMALLY.. Toespeft pow IMMwe
CleamS|. A ek,, g 1--- Wr
tho bowehl, It seops away trMoo.
makIng MpolM., ewrw% CMelp.
t0e9, purtma eO5 wO i bloN4.
r Inner Cloumulm
Mopeusf W4111 your


July Quiz

By Feste
1. July in the old RewmMr calndar
was called
Wa Quintilis
(b) Oaesaris
(c) Septimu.s
3. It was given its present name li
honour of
(a) Emperor Julian
(b) Juliw. Caesar
(c) Julian Huxley
3. July was originally the
(ai) first month
(b) seventh month
(c) fifth month
of the year
4. The signs of the Zodiac for this
month are
(a) Scorpio and ITMo
(b) Leo and Virgo
(c) Gemini and Scorpio
S. All the Sundays in July, 1944 are
"Sundays after......
(a) Easter
Ib) Trinity
(c) Pentecost.
6. Canada's Dominion) Day is cele-
brated on July
(a FIcurteenth
(bi Twenty-ninth
(c) First

7. July 14th is the French National
Holiday and is known as
(a) Bastille Day
(b) Birthday of the Republic
(ci Le jour de la Liberte
I. Fireworks are the order of the
day on July 4 in the U.S.A. to cele-
(a) Landing of the Mayflower
(b) The Declaration of Independ-
(c) Guy Fawkes' plot
9. Bernard Shaw's birthday is July
26, the year......
(a) 1820 -and still going strong
ib) 1870--year of Vurmoil
tc) 1856-another "Apple Cart'"
10. Mussolini wa. born on July 29,
and resigned in 1943 on July
(a) 25th
ib> 29th
(c) 10th



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In Your FamUlyR

The hxoMIwH Of Chrm *nd
Is lentliel To Heppineu gN

It would bie oo tb t **- --"

amuse! c m be tby eO
*(M a the are ie the boom wi to ie
*4tt hmo wo tbwd sof M* a sS? Slf
iraet nyvr MU A U06stahdd
t Uit nt heM leai to tt
arrive Is to ber %V

tow-e n wamtewihh iint (
they am taeahausteda toes 1O ijntut I t
ee the ate ort to ve to adait
w y sa, r t- othing Short pf
-'-- -,' -.-^.g.& *'- your marriage b
Just ImaWdle tI
3BK" ** dell~htful mwethea,
who cannot grace
'~she should.
a v* u ,wt- .

A useful little house frock to
lip into quickly without db.
tubing your hairdo. It but-
tons at the back and ean be
made up with any front you
This i very bad luck for their
ur.fortunate relatives, who must
surely deserve much better treat-
ment at their hands. After all, it is
the members cf one's family who
can usually be counted to stand by
one in a crisis and to help out of
difficulties, so the exercise of a little
cheerfulness and womanly charm,
turned on so readily for a mere
acquaintance, is surely a very small
return for such an assurance, quite
apart from the natural affection
which usually characterises close

If you have been in the habit of
relapsing into dullness and unat-
tractivenes whenever you have
been alone with your family, try to
combat this tendency In future. It
it, of course, delightful in a way to
feel that you can relax completely
with your own folks--always. But It
Is fatally eay to go too far with
this idea, until the day come-, whe,
you suddenly find that you arc
using it as a cloak for the indulg-
ence of a thoroughly disagreeable
moods which you would never
dream of inflicting on your friends
and acquaintances--and you must
curb this tendency very drastically
if you wish to retain a pleasant

a mit
!hat f
art ha'
any a

A r.rUTIA U4is
Hwman relationahhpla
would be vastly improvS
active realiatton that t
wpll prove to be the lpt
oa us. Imagine how m
and more tolerant eve
be in UCh circunmstanoes,
times it takes a war r
see things in that light.
"arriate problems wul
ceaso to exist If mari
would only make up t
behave, at all times, as
had secret knowleda|
present day would lbe
would have t.caeter.
probably "usae t well'
e from the bickerl i
less arguments which f
allowed to characteriS
Whp of h0u1 and and
would certainly do t
avolT a quarrel, howeM
prcopatIdn, and they .i
ably find In the end th
had an almost perf ect
Then there Is the !
dress. Some women vho,
smart when they are me
out or to receive guis
bellevablv untidy an4 l
they are as nol& aloeI
families.a The marrit

Iw"-4 ~I

There Is, of curse, nothing wrong 1."L J S
with the desire to be natural with '.!
your own people, but, instead of
keeping one face for society and A slamermug dLee W
another one for home, why not try wear at home. TI
to use the most pleasing one all the may be low, or eyo I
time, so that it becomes part of a net yoke. Made 1
your make-up. The ability to do ieevea It may he W
.hi(s Is a great asset to any woman.
for the unconscious exercise of a
charming and gracious manner In cularly seem to fort
her contracts at home and abroad husbands married U
will undoubtedly endear her to women, and nature
everyone. them to remain so.

Vla.H a mother'0 .A* s d Joy A
Was the wlvd f o Imbabythere
is smsly touch e amiee. h1sflU"
I be *able to feed baby myelf... VI
. S muk depedos uporn I-.d
wvey moths kaow that MMe al
tI *e ow poflt ofood fa ly, t i.h i t1
sMstMtWdd t uit Ue delcSt M ios s
so pmv! dw Sut"Wt a mmeft mi t
,so* aisr veol*my oe* e dlemseMI,
Pow this te eoet mmesN
*-i^^ eftokter- eofdl^^J La -^ ^^
* e Cele.M of tmohw wbe tlfh toe d e4 l
S'OfI ldt.' l a. Taki e ma a I d M
e tampI e sM v ot f heWpiiM.M mu a
-s oa itp Ouime0 7,s sheo .iws

mWd uWsaley -O4hewresWlus""I

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O0 Trinidadf

4 ethng Oowng mand Wi. Wright enter.
mJ OWd Dr. Mar1an Macien-
t im@ Friday. Afterwards His
gi- i guests am Sir Edward Cunard. at-
%s M& ,t jaM a e rrfobs between the Bil-
SuSthe vji. f-r-L
tA chiet f Justice of Barbma,. and Lay
SS n Trinidad on Thursday moifto id are Ue
c. a. child. liley epect to Iesive f Montreal
whoT, was married to Mr. Owen Boyce
- shower by her friends last Tuesday after-
1 00 Jo M UilaMr. Mss Myr Royce, and
i was held at Mr. and Mrs. J. Goelncht's
B^T Mu*was presented with a .anteen ot silver.
at one o t IMbank l, olues led hr to a
Mtributed were Mrs 3. Z. 8rult, Mra. Wal-
paoe ad Misi Oldly and Mlm Pat Boyce;
.ir,. Ms. Malcolm arcant Mrs. Theodre
eM. A. J. Oratni and Misu Teresita and Miss
B Marcelle Sebeult, Mrs. Keith Piggott, Mrs.
g Knaggs. Miss Maggie do verteuil, Miss
f Ml WA5 a J "an pt Mrkla. ss RenM
03 Miss = n DYAbrAd, WasMims Kitt
D",- t Joan Rass, Miss Monica ouasament,
e. I Llarsit, Mrs. W .a Kennedy, Miss O ia
aSLn* Mii Imolda Hamel-Smit; Miss Irene Rich
mu M Vu O'ielly; Mrs. Ralph Knowles. Miss
4. coler M Michael Rayne, Miss Lillian Fitr-
ijereira. 345 DittbI Tetralil and Miss Elaine
SF many people. Me Maris Palmer-ChIzzola has
'ea second performance of her very sauccesful
oi f 1N4." This timeit will take place atthe Glooe
ErX set is August 3.
oncert In aid of the fund for sending books to
I W which takes place at the Royal Victoria Insti-
'Amt 4, Includes a piece for two pianos rarely heard
Tater never before heard here, although she has
for several years.
k feson Hughes, whose career on the concert plat-
pkiiby marriage, but who has the distinction of
4's first woman broadcaster not over the B.I.C.
l$ eiielxental stations at Eitham.
yr. =lPATRICK, of San Fernando, suffered shlock
Ic when his car skidded near Skinner Park on
Iand his chauffeur was also slightly hurt. There
th car and UM. rFitpatrick was returning from
Mr. Castle, of ApeX, Who was travelling behind
=i hne, and though his condition is improving it
will probably be laid up for a fortnight.
B.*AT OUORY, of Forest Reserve, heard last week
-I4-w, Fight-LIeut..Kenneth George Gardiner.
i 3 SW]land. has been reported missing from an
r ra, Gardlner was formerly Miss Marion Gregory,
p leat lReserve .chool. 'Humming Bird' hopes
moon arrive, and expresses sympathy with the
& I. W. JARDIM, of San Fernando, accompanied by
m A-ldre left Trinidad by 'plane yesterday to go to
I sx weeks' holidas, They are going to stay with
ot Mrs. Da Silva, of Georgetown.
rjnd Mrs. Jardlm's children, Barbara, is a pupil at
Mvent and she came over from Barbados on Thurs-
WiuMd accompany her parents to British Guiana.
r *
-SR Y, of San Fernando, is a patient in Polnte-a-
where she underwent an operation on Thurs-
,%i" is glad to hear that her progress is considered
wisheM her a speedy recovery.
AMsociatlon, 50 Richmond Street, will be eelebrat-
Dal y with a dance on Saturday, August 5, which
waes and her troupe will be staging a floor show,
ltetmbers who witnesd the staging of "Somethlng
e nd 1at mIa this opportunity of seeing another
Stalented artists. It* Moderneers orchestra will
vWish iting to attend should secure their tickets
twill We given by the iadies' Sectiou the following
int 4.
S* 6
scored high at St. James' Barracks on Friday
VX, troops and US. forces clashed in a boxing
Were eight flights. The Itrat match was won by
Beubow; the second by Reberon, of the U.8.
1H6llar, Uthe U.S. Navy; the fourth by Alleyne,
th by Edwards, of Benbow; the sixth by Todman,
And the seventh by Lee, of the U.S. Navy, his oppo-
ihed. The final bout, which was five rounds, was
of Benbow.
]iiellency the Acting Governor and party, those In
4 Rear-Admiral 0. M. Read, Brig.-Oeneral Bucher,
1rp1e4.entlng BrIgadler Stokes-Roberts, who was not
Lobprt], Dr. Carlos Rosjas, Mr. Bylsma, Capt. Wat-
Ihes, Lieut.-Colonel 5ra*ne-Llndop, Mr. J. E. Seheult.
I Charles Hayward.
representatives from Plarco. H.M.S. Benbow, the
W a party of about 30 from the Censorship Oficc.
C, 0
SIvea on Friday evening for Mr. Eric So!is, who ex-
bt" Canada to enter Loyola College, Montreal. It
!Mis Madge Rodrlguesz and a few of his other friends,
r. and Mrs. Percy Rodriguez, home in Cascade. The
Ia delightful time and danced until fairly late.
t Were Allison, Brown, Peter de Labastide, Theresa and
_ a Tate, John cller. Junior Urich, John Augustus,
fkk 9ate, John Selller, Junior Urich, John Augustus.,
nn. Peter Knagm, Clyde Maingot, Jaoqueline and
i06 Jean and Peter Searle; June Maingot and .

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Jamaica Legislator Saps Federation Now

Would Be Like Adding Zeros To Zeros -I

KIGSTW4, J"l0a"e-When the sngalative funcil rently N N s Gin
pas"ed a~ti K o n" 1W tcsed Mft% X* FlnUe AL OUPba14 W#*A--^ -- -- B
ber for Kinfsntes, to "coertain the wvtew a( the peoples and aOovei ura- INcW dldT16^^.^ jamaka.- coils
ents of the British West Indiea s* the subjoet of federation, the rseoeby recognlsed = :Ing
sole opponent wa the Hon'ble Dr. IVian Lloyd, elected member for n o f.t- tr- has nl ed. I iA
St. Ann and the only leoole's Natlioal Party temeemtatilve in the tIe institute of Jamaica by Mr. MV Wu a and
Legislature. Ab, Insa and Mr. Jose Isua.
__ ___ .The gil.t. which Institute aur-
selos to semi to attempt to fed-. ___. O.-utstandiing seleetift at the be his"a he
erate Q iW m 1%".- work of world-famous cogpowser
"I am totally unable, he said, Sir Frederick Clarke, a-nd is expected 1to solv* the p aoV t-a u._.
'to apprehend whef any value canh..kao qP __. l-s /s o 'he lunch-hour recitals o e,%ss=.0
accrue Barbados>^ Dies ,ch^_Ihe i
accrue from any attempt to Icie- ~ralums --."- a,. which the t.., .... s ,-.be a
Joyedanddo aot up to the present, '4 k e "fer --3 p.m
ven~ t ^nt1h. P^ no t .e'." OArBAD Jul f.o^rm t yw ewe 2l t.atd AH^.h,;S% .krdUt a
eny any degree of autonomy ^ itherto it has been difficult to stmachi. see two mplaints-
a dltoevo. I hold that It AsIike..mtS bi:,- over a period of 37 con- carry out the programme becauseI .h.Abead e -"set.mak w e
Ing zeros to zero. s to attempt to seoutive yeam, settle UPp a of the lack of a large enough num-w -' W.ne5a M i anwl
fed.ratecolontes.which are at PTO` record In l ocQaprliAmentgry ber of suitable,records. L o I
sent reilly Crown colonies ..isor, died here yt y. Tha's u d of u b -- ]
"It seems to ue this movement. Bes also president ofthe eA e
..goodo thought itmay ies remly Aeit "Societyf"r 3ysJ "bm 4 ....le.. *
be giut fl oie I~ ty o 6Yas o t $| me otor ombe oe6ig $
premature and our duty is to eon-. He rendered the Colony more S uday tGuardian ogtWi thh d of.i
courage or help couragetar' diti so r T.VINENT.Julyy.Arrivals ier e io
= K.% S h. of-- v& "s ^ ^ ^ ss 50 ear' ds-lirashe s
tablitshnient of froetinstittions in vioe in various capacities. in the Colony thki. week on duty Aihetl*0 to"as M N4,ese
those colonies which are at preset ___9
attempting to federate. include Sir Rupert Brierolilc, Me- P sa elk eee4 Sc .a.iai
"1 do not know If there is any tical Adviser to sir Frank stwk- --iNt .w.ta1. N. .Usath
precedence, so far as Btish" Atldviser I B.. dale. Coiptroller,. Colonial Develo:" I '
stitutional history is concerned, ment ad Weare; Mr. a. o. t t
where non-self-govening units # 0day Guardian Correspondent. Public Health Engineer: Dr. L. J.
Charles. Omeer in hargre, Malariat KK ft
have been joined together in any XOORGalOWN (By Air Mal")--Chaotro wul Witndwa-nird and.... IIW
kind of federation. My impression Mr. J. ardiner- o4win, Town, ward Islaada_.
is that whether it was Canada or Pela ing andi Architecturhal Adv, Sir RupertR'rieriffe was ter
units which were federated alreadyived In Oeorsetown. Mr. Medwin by tee owing with referee e tyo
New Zealand or Australia. the or to ft Weank Stockd ale.h as r ive we t ,r ot vrer lhwent Ofi ceter;-L K L
enjoyed a considerable amount of conferred with the Mayor and I r applications for a medical
self-government, it I may Put it Town 0ouncil on Wednesday. uly ...olar.ip: U.taneyton,

may not be aS progressive as our- of the question as It affects urban Wb, Seni aor MedicalOcer : Mr.:
selves, tfreew governmental tnstttu- and rural areas and expresed the J j arrestt ucationoffice r. iI
tons leading P to more .autonomy hope that a country of the size and AL_ _________ ______ _____--,_m_________-_
aend more self-government within importance of British Guiana. --- .. . ..... -
them." would find It possible to appoint a
planning advisor.
$3.10o F or C'euvnt rI 119-l-pi a \* ^ ^.~ n d Son IF*
GEORGETOWN, July (By Air Sister Tot er G L Be.e- d '
MaIl)- His Grace the Archbishop e lt V Lost Showings TodoV
of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, has [ _ 1 t l
written the "Dailly Chronicle," *w" y Guardian Correspondent. T ..,.Had M, .Y
acknowledging receipt of 0975..32, Q(OROETOWN. (By Air Mall) y a usC ROTHY LANOUR
representing collections In British -Mrs. Evelyn Challenor has heen T-ir ni.. s m .....
Guiana towards the Trinidad Con- selected by the Secretary of State In Their Su "-".FRED MiulRRAY
vent Fire Fund. and thanking the for the Colonies for temporary ap- He Had The Devil FRE M aMUR RA |
management In the name of the poltment to the Colonial Nursing ,. k BITTY HUTTUN
Mother Superior and Sisters of St. Service as a Sister-Tutor in British In Hr3i ys l EB B yc-
Joseph as well as his own, for this Gulana and Is expected to arrive V^" E'I ANA IYNN
splendid generosty. In the Colony shortly. ps UANmV nsun cMISeR
His Grace wrote Mr. 0. W. This appointment to B.O. has
Deloh, Manager, "Daily Chronicle." been made possible by a grant tn- [ 41 I1 JI_/ $ ,f1 .-
icle": ...Y...terrdder the development and Welfare Xr TJ. --=
-In rcept of your letter and Act for which $2,100 was approved QR0- i*
Bank Draft for $2,87532 represent- for a period of 5 years .. I
ing collections in British Guiana
towards the Trinidad Convent Fire
Fund, allow me in the name of the 3, G. E |gieer ,. '. ML.. -tr__ l
Mother Superior and liters of St. I '-: ,;I |
roeatv. 9 WN, (y AirMai
We are Indeed most grateful --Mr. o 0. Roddam. Chief Engineer | .. l : ]
and I trust it will be possible for ofthe Georgetown Sewerage anduB7 "
you to convey to all who contri- Water Commissioners, has been
buted, this expression of our apprl- seconded to the staff of Sir rranlk ". .. t.'^
ciation of such great and practical Stockdale, Comptroller for Devel-
'S.S't ,',W o-- ^i..^ I- .... -.. 9
sympaty me pomnnt and Welfare in the Wesat I
Permit me....ecially to thankiIndies, in order to assist in the
O gr..... The Daily. ...iv. .ie" preparation of schenies 1r cer,.ain
Ltd.,, for an initiative which has e.t Indian Islands.. .
brought this magnificent results." I TOMORROW and TUESDAY, 445 and 8.45 p.m."
Since receipt of this letter a sum
of $180.04 has been collected, clos- RepresentatlonuM BRAND NEW DOUBL . .
tag the fund at 3.061.36. Sought TU SEVENTH SURVIVOR
Fatal Stabbhlg IKINGSTON, Jamaica .-The Exe- with AUSTIN TREVOR and LINDON TRAVKRS--aad
L.,,uday Guardian e eendent cutive ofthe Friendly Societies WOLVES OF THE UNDERWORLD
ST, VINCENT, July U.-Verrall Council of Jamaica has made re-
Rose, 25. dled on his way te hos- presentations to Government ask- .,. _
pital following stabbing incident Ing that the friendly societies be GLOBE-Sr ,Juan GLOBIE-San F'de.
with Clafford rde, 20, aiR Tules- afforded the same privilege as Today, S and 8.3e Tomorrow S an ..3
day. other social service organizations Rebrt Tal lw nd Tomorrow, and .3
Rose. It is alleged, attempted to In nominating persons to the direc- Hem X MieH io InDixi, and
prevent Forde from entering the torate of Jamaica Welfare (1943), i -ATA l AN
tLyric Theatre without a tlskt. Ar- Ltd, ,
Unent ensued pror to tAe stab- The Executive fixed the date of Tomorrow-I Alat a y, and High Explosive
Eno. preliminary enquiry was the annual conference of friendly Bo, of Hangman Miss
hel today, solcieties for August $0. lll iHHII H i
1.IummNNNNmIIIUNNI IIInm~hiMMmINmmmmsN uwimumNwasq.
S 4' 6 Cropoud Bed & Mtrel Spring .... $40.00 C | oming-A I ...-.
Mahogany Tub Chairs, cone seals ... 15.00 ,UP IN MAL- KU Ai m TAMPICO-
SBirch Dining Chairs, loose rush sets ..... 10.50 1 ROOM R .. 0. R.abi. n
SFolding Choirs with Canvas-from 5.25 Y TOMOROW t 445 and .45 p.m.
.... TODAYand TOMORROW" ,at4 .45ad 845 P.M.-
SLath Seat and Back folding Choinrs, in Cyp -
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%did Comments By M. ,Farquar.

--S"_ -M I pe.- l |, u w -, __ _e_ _. ihi s ZMMM rthe
. ......... tS.. **t.._

i)Tasq,1W*w ~e^ b2"m pisefo Ws *wons
& usAcemU s U" hm wtg As sMyig
as Aftw MS& ff bt- U- t a fWstpl
k*>k ~ ~ emfroaa o nIliln ta M
c Udl1ffanoa Isad waytUh-*o*
i*lu ,I t t th e n a a d tne fmy ttr
F lysa It is they who o desgn tejb $i
ty BU mt reir for it giteratl h -an t 1e
8a which Infene0_ tblmi.
SIn the iprad of this edpatlns po 9M llibra
= ta t o Ire Priorin ty., bU to ma 'e .ro~
ae 3 Indiiulls 0S so of mum"i 1 0
M r fise ti Ot quality of educate and culture.
W T idad Public Ubrery hus had a obequred
o-, fferin a reliableo barometer of social
SThere Ito so authentic evidence of Its existence
tfl th yer 181, whoa such a venture was apow
L adby a few busnesa men. A (overni n, u-
v lton of $1,440 in 1851, was subsequently Increased
t LWt0 in 18 6. and now stands at $2MM with a
Utiposry war allowance of (360 per annum.
qef BoIreough Council In turn contributed $480
ft %ae rst few years butt now subscribe. s$1,920
wth M war allowance. Thus together theo two
~*rce provide a subsidy of ,400,
SThe building, which cost $15,000, was erected by
t Shippig and Trading Company. Tho eost of
was me partly by the issue of debentures and
A private sulmertption which the Hon'bl Georec
.O wlll, led with a donation of 1.580. Meanwhile,
ib -library had extended Its service.
i <,'1ta extension has quickened In pace within the
fa*pW years, as witness a rle in subscribers from
.1I5 in 1940 to 4,16 In 1943, with the figures for
Zas year likely to be even more Impressive. In this
eoension the fonimer librarian, Miss M Hart, who
m(t id rffire on the death of Mims Woodlock In
S. has played a notable part. In the barren daye
Ien holnks found few friends, being regarded as
Exclusive prerogative of the privileged, Miss
drt conceived an unflagging enthusiasm for the
Wlrary as an Invaluable branch of sorial service.
b-thl.s she was much in advance of her generation.

Behind The Curtain
Government have released the draft of a Bill
Utuled "An Ordinance to amend the Workmen's
C pensation Ordinance, Oh. 22. No. 12." This
d ft Bill demands serious study from all those
Mron who are concerned with the progress of
Moia ~gisrlatlon In Trinidad. It will %i remembered
that ia 1939 an amending bill failed to reach the
IegIlature because of the storm of controversy Its
release in draft form provoked.
The present draft Is on lines Identicral with those
of the 1939 Rlli; and I hope sincerely that on this
ou islon both TAhour and Capital will agree to omearn-
piomisn on the issue and guarantee the Bill a safe
rseag' through the Legislative deep water and
4bofl. Vrom labsur's point of view. the Bill contains
mafr *ndearing features and represents an Improve-
Mat upon the principal ordinance (January 1, J927)
Whloh is clearly defined and beyond cavil. It alms
At extending compensation benefits to agricultural
eomkera. shop asistants and domestic servants.
S In the rcae of domestic servants, however,
those emplov-d In private dwellings are excluded.
The minimum period of Incapacity giving rise to
Vnipenrisntn has been reduced from ten to three
days, bringing this part of the machinery In line
ett; the Worklnnmrn s CompenaWatlon Act. 1925, which
is the bhaseic law in England at the present time.
As regards the limitation on a certain type of
domestic servant, this would appear to he dictated
W a deitre to adjust principle to practical neces-
v. The social and economic pattern In Trinidad
sI much that the danger of piaming distress front
Mo distressed shoulder on to another is ever-present
sna *cheme of reform.
Shave heard It argued that any attempt to
lten t*.he burdet of anyone's responlbtlity in a
.a"tt'r of this sort U ll-advlsd and cannot convince.
" It has beno said that no one should be allowed
to buy the servlees of anyone else and, at the same
t.ne, be permitted to escape certain responsiblllties
Itburent in such a relatilonship, It Is precisely this
rvish adherence to a doctrinaire pattern that has
postponed ImportantrA Improvements to our woik-
en a oompesatlon laws for some five years. It
kmem to me that we should onoentrato upon the

European Backdrop
i tory-tellor Goebbelis' amergtng as the limping
laxd Ct total War, givesMomeO probability to the
'urn-c that the attempt on Hitler's life has been
ihrlugh It is promotion oas a linking ship, N
Wna back into the spotlight the diabolloal informer
iK bloody fairy tales and supplying jobs for
h.s mater'* firing aquadAL. Suchb has* been his
hine wheo, too years way back, a revolt of the
al Party's socaalist wing ended li an Indlosorimin-
Ie blood bath; such migteht have been his role in
te ari-tocratr offers' revolt that undoubtedly has
abo ended Ina blood bath.
The technique of both operations has been
inuilar and only the victim came from different
lks of what la called life In the Third Reich.
. ended soelal.ite and blue-blooded aristocrats fell
sor* the exerutioner to aatreguard the Inner Hitler
pog's prodomlnanoo aIn the Stato. There san be
& empathy with either of tne victinu.
" I he qumtlon that matters, however, Is not
whther the bomb that did not kill Hitler has been
takee or not. In any event, tt Is a eleai.eut admit-
Sthat there ita split on Germany's war and
f rot as wall. Tht is just what the promoters
mnaum blood baths bad denied all the time. In his
ood Goebbels was vem as thoughtless a to
that Moscow, London and Washington had a
i the plot to kill Hitler and that the explosive
wa of British orin. It is an original way
1 how to the Vop1@ how roesly they are united
S d the *Isurviving ehre'a baek.
Th only question that matters Is whether
Sand his a-celates will aohieve with their
blood bath what they wanted to achieve.
lanm, unquestlonably, has been to denounce
s capegoat for their failures on the different
-k fronts and t the same time to liquidate all
M thought likely to pull out sooneror later the
uSag of surrender. Not the living. but the
ire ulty: such has always been the neck-
wtuw Nazi maxIm.
A s'h time agait, It might save their neck and
M power for a while, lasu respite before the

A1111 THATH lb

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In these days when tho Colony stands sorely -- P"IROSTON N { V-eto i-t
in need of an institution which can evoio justpride viet@1 I 9 ] t
and when the lack of leadership Is consistently l[IJ I I .
deplored, it would amount to wanton folly to dis AtlAefg a bealtf of the I begi ning t em nd;
courage a leadership which has justified itself an. span, ti dawn at a New Day and
thwart as well an institution which holds out t "Mienr f uToff War fI &Tra2 mpet ft n u
much hope and promise for Trinidad. Gsn ra cr tm. t a" l toi
The proposed children's section alone provide t between Ida -4 WM m
excitIng and unlimited possibilities. And this h i rt" sa OlGian. D( a your
only part of a praise-worthy reorganlsatlon scheme wout. * yMo i
for which the library committee now plead the sum n ing th pe turtha artul b ur fu iUO-
of $20,000. Already with such resourceful adaptsa- oact e 2 s rfamoes "UO -
tlons as. a strained budget permits, the library RAO.L irAC .POWD91E, very
swarms with children. ROSTOWN, L ta11r e t in s- un ta and
Think of what it would mean to hundreds of I t I S f. Vincent Stret. i .. per box ;
children in Port-of-Spain with Insuffictent accommo. 31 S t. V ine t ECLAT TOILET WATER;;
dation In their own homes, If they could turn to the r Port-of 4 u Madam Alverangs Hair Grow-.
librar, for the sanctuary of quiet study and th or ; CASHMERE BOUQUET
profitable use of leisure hours. ; bS. i rSOAP, ote.
The public reading room has become a reveled "L------Ds y at t -
tion In what the library may provide. It Is fri Do you age that that eam-
quently crowded out by voung people who use i-hlflhllIIIIIIIIIII lHlI UllIiII- bln&aUon makes & good beach-
either for reading or private study. With mor 5UUI T Ehead?
space, adeuate furniture and .Increased fac.ilt. THE BRITISH AND Fitz-Clarence Spencer,
some dividends.~u~ :II A Y ALLIED MERCHANi 4 Maine Sqat' as-na
the problem of leisure hours for the vast ma"orit UIEtTA
in Port-of-Spain. with no opportunity for outdoo "The Bon Marchi House
recreation romes nearer solution and suggests har,>' AL.LIEU M rC nAn' I *m aMine S.ar East---ear
some dividends. kMR."' iaaij ii *C. Cathedral-Tel. 74OT
Both Government and the City Council mu.' i NAVY CLUB R -- T 4 1
not fall the young, refuse their just heritage an, "V- CL UB--
cripple their future. I~.X
e~ri~~ ppla their future.te yt 4 I FOR MERCHANT SEAMEN ltllllllllllllllllllllllIIIII lhlIHimilllllmlllII__
R------- ..ta suckledday Dn ha OF ALL THE UNITED I
aR. -m- By U lbqui ftloe Yoauli.k*itsf. -irm ST. ANN'S ROAD D S AND MORE
B Jy iJbiqul'touv i^. ._.dmd.."-a.^r~c.^_|
so" it imports to your llpoI It'd a ftu>-d R.
Important gains and eschew the small points of -**,too- 6caue it(*e .nl/,hor -Thi! 1 the Merchant Navy BEDS
friction. No &.J *Ato &weekIs yes lipeuaasutlyl 5 Club and is open every day =
Seeing that we, In the Colonies, have already Fof eompl.e.ly pe...- L&. e=ot the week from It am. to-_i w5 .. to Match
created the unpleasant paradox by rejecting progress. t n with Springs t M th
salve legislation because of our lamentable lack of 5u. 360 lts*t<*" Don J." in
unanimity of purpose In matters of this sort. w, R'o..-swillel. n l l-ji- BOOKS CANTEEN vB.Mattre
might attempt, In tho case of this amending Bill haJ.s-aaJ ATOMIZID BEER. etc Kapox, Fibre M resse
to save our faces a bit. Arising out of a recognition DonjudaFaePowl.Y.T'lI - and Feather Pillows
of the need for improved social security in tb B an IF-at pelr PmotLuloss I
Colonies, the Colonial Office, in consultation wit 3 lv U Mnn i
the many welfare projects, has been attempting t e str iaeesi provilJes Monday, July 31
bring all social legislation in the Colonies up t, Ako = 830 i 1.News Designs ofi
::z:rd. he jQ N II~l CIN~!A HOWMorris Suites -
There are r varlou. bodies In rnglsand whoe In- IN 1HOW
terest in the welfare of the tColonies is genuine, ant 1E SHOW I i 3
founded, not upon the desire to appear well-meaning, =16 m.jn, Sound Films. News- =
but upon clearly-defined Ideological considerations. --reel Sort and FeatureS =
One of these is the F'abian colonial l Bureau; and it =Pictures. =
Io interesting to read what this organisation has T da ppy -
to say abotit Workmen's ConmpetLation: n i nm OFFICERS' QUARTERS
I quote: "In practice the largest point at Issue *I i =- Coblentz Hlouse. St. Ann's = S0ore, ,
In Colonial lams arL-i' In conliettioio with agricul- r 'Phone 8107.
tural workers. Great Britasin Is a narty to the Ii 2 lllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, CIARLOTTB STREET.
International Tl.bouir Conventions of 1921 providing _L S E.
for the extension of workmen'.. compensation to
agricultural workers In solfC ('ollnies, however, E
werful oD~osition has been met in giving effectCo
tor this obligation Cash If You Have It--
"Particularlvy i this the case In the West In- .fYuW n
dies, although there. wotli'rio'o ronipensatlon ex- Morr.is Sl uprm e Credit You W nt It
eludinK agriculture m.ust remain of bneflt to only rri pr l Credi I ou Wat 11
a minority of worker The Royal Commission
of 1940 and Major Ord. Brown, following on his i
visit In 1939, draw attention to this defect, which illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll iHII
tIs also to be found In Fiji." I
In the light of such a statement, will eapitali *-1 ^-.V JI--^
remain adamant? Will labour, because It In not LEG
Guaranteed one hundred per cent by this amending
Wi;l reject It aummarily, even though Its enactment N
rnlmht bestow fifty per H AMnt?
Or will some o f u lontihue supine and self-
contalned in our prvrltv, rejecting ePver thing be-
Preus of a mihoibtiv, malaise, ever, th ou h this
sort of melf aggrandizement means delay for the
machinery of progrss' 5 p 1 '

- By Er;ic Brger
final breakdown. \%i'h {Ilimniler planting his guns
everwhoere on 'he home front and the Allied guns
drawing nearer from all sides, no other choice is
left to the Gernian older hut to fight for his li fe | ,r
which, he has learnt from chi;dhood. belongs to th HAVE YOU DISCOVERED eD IS 1IE 3
Fuehior anyvayHfO I VD-f
On the home front, too, the chance for a f1`11
ize revolt against the. litler gang brought down .///. / GROCERY\
to a minimum ia the atnmospniere of terror and GRC
;rowing apathy. 'The German people have never X-, 5, MtRI% S
ben champions of a revolutionary spirit and have 3 MARINE SQUAR
proved It after the last war when they rosae in a Phoe 52
plush rebellion that stopped o cautiously before the. P hone 212. "
rails of every well-kept lawn. In the last resort, It Y *
was not an active state of mind but mer exhau.- E "
tion that made them chase away the Kaiser.
The sameuaoiinvaser .L.in

..... s... .ini, uo-yv ,- In ..etauraobv vaster The thrill o i teeth
dimensions, should happen when the last days of Tb th of sparkling teeth
this war have come. The German people will be
much too exhausted and they will have no strength ... a M Iwetmouth...is
left for any orgaiiised rebellious action even it yours with KOLYNOSI For
they had the best will to do so.
Hitler's orders and appointments., In the after- Kolynos act* three ways at
math of his escape from death, will speed up this o
process of exhaustion and thus serve the Allies' _e--it .ns... It beautir
cause. With Goebbels aa Commissar for the total s te ...
war effort and apoiN decrees ordering once more A ... re* "h *... having
total mobillsetlon, the German people will have to your teeth more lustrous
give their last drop of blood for the hopeless fight.
7% sooner they reach the stage of complete ex- than ver.
hauation. the better for the Alllee and-themselves.
It wa8 fear of such possibly irreparable break-
down, and by no means love for the democratic
cause that drove high-ranking officer Into plotting m i
against the faked hero. Maybe, t hasa elso been tear BS
of retaliation that will follow the use of every
poisonous wea on Hitler might have stlll In store
along with thealylng bomb. They certainly did not
want to cover any of Hitler's future tricks which
would only hopelessly endanger the future of Ger-
many. It was pretty late that these blue-blooded
squiree found the language of reaon.
By slaying them. Hitler ham gained omnlpotwene 1 NI WITH CONFIOINCI
over retreating annerm. and the declining home front.
It is omnIpotence built on air. ____

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Urinary Diorden
ItheumatIc Pains
S *M efte sg m ef
D STABBING PAINSt efike ma r
She msail of d theback? Are you
afraid to bnd or stdfe after so.
wards? Do you feel tired, nervy and
depressMed? Is the urine disordered
and your ret disturbed? Do weather
changes bring on rheumatic twinge e?
These are all symptoms which Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills asuccesfully oso-
bat, since they frequently arie d tm
sluggieh kidney action.
In health, the kidneys filter from the blood eamadee *d s
Wastes, but If nature's filters act qluggisbly fe. time, theselm
hnpurities are able to remain nthe blood am Mnd itialu
par of the body.
SDoan's Pills succeed in bringing back ease and comf hbs
they stimulate and flush out the kidney filter, s" hildap
tegain normal, natural activity. Baclkche, lumbago AzI
paies, urinary troubles and othet kidasy ell te dlosppoll
the impurities which cause tha an exp eled from the @IeN
healthy kidney amd bladder al...
113/2 51-.. Ak your DWl fwr
O^Bftduhe KidlnePnil 9

The skin Is the rmor of the body. lt h
Q',*''. Weria ofrdisease, with which it cooesindaly
B"' entering the system. But if the skin is
bbun, graze or screzaph what then?
uExhausivi dendtific marching ha, taesd
r treatment for" open wounds." It to-4
Milton does thr thlaga.
..- F Pinrst, as a gean-killer, it f more power f
.fgS~y p antiseptic readily marketed,
Secondly, unlike other intseptim, It Peni
in which the oenns hide, clearing awyd be
and relieving congenstia
.... /' Thirdly, Milsron encoursge t&* sounn d K
their natural inclintioa to heal. ItleamdoM
strengthened by the fresh oxygen which it AM
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the or-l were more than six mile from
-tr ered aMun. The Germano reported I
for every eVaCatIO, yegerd but wer
rubble, denying It today and the Rultsa
to pu~- havs not claimed the town yet.
ohold Moscow radio pote that on
's 30-mile than a quarter of allthe ferman
* toe city. forces on the eastern front hav
y under a been knocked out of the flghtun
us att-I"s since the summer offensive bepaa
Annihilation of the three tofour
German divisions pressed against
the Bug River northeast of Warsaw
was continuing grimly, Moscow said
the 100
st natural nneeirp
,tn ChineseTroops
on Thurs- fl .
ial Rokos- r t n
I. cr- Threaten
ver claim- m n
von Ham-
road nt CHUNGKING, July 29 (AP).-
reerves The Chinese High Command an-
SWarsw nounced that Chlnese troops are
it Here fighting in the suburbs of Teng-
ilt Here chung, big Japanee base on the
wll ake YUnnan front, after capturing a
height dominating the entire city.
ghing in 'The Chinese drive into the out-
German skirts followed the capture on
the west- Wednesday of Laifengshan, south-
IV. west of Tengchungr and the last
Russians rtrons enemy fortification outside
he city, Several Japanese count.
- terattacks were iepulised by Chin.
ese troops.
s The High Command said that
S several hundred enemy troops were
killed or wounded in the battle tor
y Lalfenphan and large quantities
of equipment seized. In the other
Raeuter,.- battle areas of Yunnan, the High
reporter, Command said, action was '-of a
jesty the local nature "as our troops cleared
busy Cay up enemy pockets of resistance."
s at air- --l----
ir Force.
werea Nazi Troops May
air nen.
Swtyn tLeave biuigaria
re Ititty-49- f
in squa- ISTANBUL July 29 (CP)-The
tionS for Government of Premier Ivan
n special sagrianov, has asked Uermany to
the Ap- evacuate ali tne berman armea
Ine. His forces srom Bulgaria ana these arc
raft take Indicatons tat, tne request may
another be heenea. Tae Bulgars told the
ihe looked Uovernment they wouid defend the
progress country trom any quarter.
Reports said the Germans first
refused to grant the Bulgarian re-
4ttenl quest on the ground that other
nU satellites might make the same de-
mand and their prestige was in-
how volved, but development suggest
vo that the plan was reconsidered.
nson Ltd. The Bulgars, meanwhile, were
Ethiopia granting Soviet demands tor the
lllor H. establishment of Russian con$u-
yor, will lates in tle country's chief ports.
)r "Music It was reported that only two
hey are German divisions are in Bulgaria,
i Build- _______
August 2,
La Mer- Thr-e Changes Out
'ble A. B.
who has On Price Schedule
a party. Two items have risen slightly in
g wil .be price and one food commodity
ter B'is added to the price schedule, effec.
lanist, i tive from tomorrow, according to
N w ro- ofcial publication yesterday.
ita p"a" Canadian freah and table butter
fi*n" -is now listed at 72 cents per lb.
he .retail In ilb prints. In lib. tins at
Lieut. M 68 cen',s per tin wholesale and 78
Owverture cent per tin retail i.i 5lb. tins at 64
lying the cents per lb. wholesale and 72 cents
me welt- p1er lb. retail, and 1i 251lb. tins at
'rrle. It 60 cents per lb. wholesale am' 72
Tsahai" cents per lb. retail.
in as the Qrdinary English Portland ce-
Nalthe as ment will be sold retail In Tobago
at $1.70 per bag of 94113b. instead of
s5, Miss at $1.60, and 280 corrugated gal-
,oBEa, a vanished iron sheets, all lengths, at
arles and 20 cents per foot in Port-of-Spain
n solo by and 21 cents per foot in San Per-
ribute to nando and Tobago, showing a half
ime for cent rise In price.
nsibe. -
River Wall Succumbs
,To Recent Flood Waters
Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
-Rellabl-I MARAVAL, July 29-As the
I slashed Maraval River subsided from its
ide in a state of flood last Thursday after-
commit noon, the wall bordering Morne
s before Coco Road collapsed and a great
ed him junk of It f(ll in the water, render-
itore last J lns the road corner dangerous to
wheeled traffic.

!sr Vehicles and Road Traffic
l 0tdinance, Chapter 16, No. 3,
j'" ~Section 78.

.O the Route to be observed by all vehicles and the
p. W Wch vehicles are to be drawn up at Richmond
'L Street, Port-of-Spain. .
Alexander Ersklne-Lindop, Acting Commissioner of
Colony of Trinidad and Tobago, in exercise of the
*t u on me by Seetion 78 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Chapter 16, No. 3 and In view of the liability of
Ad Street between Park Street and Fraser Street to
ES ,do hereby order that on and from the 1lt day of
Ite n Richmond Street between Fraser Street and Park
shall proceed In a southerly direction only.
Ml ay be parked on the east side of the said street
els of the Trinidad Police have directions to enforce
Coimilssioder of Police, Trinidad and Tobago.


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Tw Diligenti Quintuplets

The Dillgentl quintuple's, born on July 15, IS43, in a Buenos
Aires, Argentina suburb to Franeo Diligenti and hbis 42-year-
old Italian wife, Valtota, *ait for the sun to rise In the morning
an they prepare for the day's activities. Left to righ# they
are: Maria Esther, Maria Criet ina, Franco Jr., CarlIet Albert%,
and Maria Fernanda. This A.P. photo was made when the eblo
* dren were 10 months old.

Adult Centre American Forces Take
E B ight Barracks on Guam
Ends Bright [PEARL HARBOUR, July
F r i Tem 29 (Reuter).--American forces
first" ierm on Guari have eatotured the
marine barracks on Orote Pen-
--ins iula. The anvading troops
Rounaing off a successful first have alro taken a second air-
term's work with a social get- field on Tinian Island.i
together on Friday evening, stu-
dents of the Adult Eoucations Cell- N L 1 P
tie at toe '1ata1litULLy (JuN az'Burrow
8cnooi gave inthusias"tic pledge oiU T
support to a stirring appeal by Mr. r LastD itch
tooert PatiicK, Dir..ctoc" or 1 uca-
tlon, to mage the evening class iaea F a t
an outstaiong success and nmon- Fl A
straLe tile auwity o tI-rlidaians r c St nd
to push lorwara and maititain a ny, 1 tm
movement tney started.____
Tie Director paid tribute to Mr. ICONTINUED FROM PAOGE 1)
IF. des tiourcs, Assistant Inspector P ornomola areas on Friday night, roll-
of Schools, winout wnose enlergetlI InT them back 600 yards. With a
and unstinted help, he saic, It vengeance the New Zealanders re-
would not have been posslie to at- stored the situation early on Sat-
tain such a high degree of success. urdav, novin', ahead for further
Envisaging the early development gains, bit Gernman Tiger tanks,
at the various c,.'nu'es ol extia- with lheir lont 88 millimetre guns
curricular activti s Mi.th their long 88 l tr g
curr activiti, Mi..l ds operating in ideal rolling defensive
sources listed music, sit games country, uire making Allied pro.
and the organisation of group or"- gres ditlicult.
chestras as desira1le objectives The New Zealanders reported
which it was his Intention to rea- they heard sounds of digging dur-
'T.e. ing the night, indicating that the
Declaring that he regarded the Germans were burrowing in for a
adult classes In much the iane last-dlitch tand before Florence.
way as a mother regards her The German Hi Command said
babies, Mr. des Sources said that the Allies had thr. ,n ei-ht divi-
it was true that he had taken an tons into the battle for Florence,
active part in the inauguration o b it that the assault w> held.
the classes but, like mothers, he
had forgotten all the work hlie had POSITION UNCHANGED
done, In toe light of the excellent
success achieved. The situation before the city of
He closed his address with an ex- Pisa and elsewhere along the
pression of thanks to the various American Fifth Army front re-
centre supervisors for their inval- malned unchanged. There was evi-
uable assistance and to the Direc- dence of growing tension over the
tor of Education for his enthusias- fate of historic Pisa, with the
tic support of the movement. It American-Germsn artillery con-
was his hope, he conclude-l, that tinuing their duel across the lower
the adult centres would become Arno L'ifore the city.
living monuments of a successful IReuter states that if the Ger-
career, long after the Director had mans (eclde to make thq city of
left these shores, if he ever did Florence a battlaround. they
leave them at aLU. will be reSpoatbl' for "Bt an-
Mr Noel Clifton, a senior student, other act of pointless destruc-
drew loud applause when hie urged tion. Field-Marshal Albert Kes-
the establishment of Intermeciate selling is engaged In a slow but
schools for those who had reached inevitable retreat and will gain
the highest standard In the nothing by tryln.1 to hold up the
adult classes, and suggested that Allies fer a few days at this
films depicting West Indian culture stage. On the Adriatic coast.
and affairs be screened instead of the Polish troops have entered
fIlms of European affairs. the nort of Sengallia sand also
A delightful programme, pre- extended their br'4geheads over
rented by students of the school, the river Misa. Reconnaissance
Included the song "Danny Boy," by uhotogranhs taken duriht yes-
Mr. F. Lachapelle, a recitation by terday's heavy bomber attack on
Mlas D. Since, two songs by Mr. the Ploestl oil centre show that
FPung, and two rec'atlons, one on the Allies hit storage faclllti-
"Contrariness of life" and the and nearby railway lines.)
other "The Germ" by Mr. Noel ---___ ---
A vote of thanks to the Director There will be a special meeting
of Education was moved by the of the leading members of the cst
chairman of Representatives Corn- of "Land of the (Calvnaso." at the
mittee. Mr. Rawlins, seconded by Trinidad Press Club this morning
Miss L. Hnckett. at 9.30 o'clock.

A Welcome in peace...
k. more welcome in*war work


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Rommel's Tanks Join Battle

As Nazi Resistance Stiffens
Mark, with others still to be re-I 1 0 enemy vehicles and also attack.
cur'del. Rommel's uss lIn cap- ed Iallway lines as far as west of
Stur'd atone may reach the atragngt ;aris. Besides air lare. artller is
of a division. in the area be.wen contributing successfully to the
,Tesy and Notre Dame" de Ce.,illly, Anmerican drive .
Germans threw caution to the wind CoUtances I now firmly In
and sent tanks into battle without American landss and American in-
regard to casualties. Over 100 fantry following up behind the ar-
tank duels were reported In the moured thrust is dealing with Ger-
Tessy-Notre Dame-Cenllly triangle, man groups between and behind
But General dradley's Shermans, the advance forces. B.B.C. reporter.
halitracks and the self-propelled Robert Dunneti, says that more and
guns hurled them back in a series more Germans are giving them-
of running b: ttls and pushed on selves up as their ammunition has
southward, bringing the territory run out and they realise that we
overrun in the five days of the of- are catching up with them.
pensive close to 300 square miles.
T>ere is no indication that the ,, *ish p -
Germans have yet established anyl q (
definite line on which to make a ri'l O m
determined stand. Battlefront re-
port& said the Americans have still iv d
not come across anything In the D v de
nature of prepared defences. One
big question was how long Rom- ,,- tr n a
Inel could afford to lose armour at O n A rd la llln l
the present rate.
Tactical Air Command disclosed -- --
that American fighter-bombers By HARRY BAGLEY
alone had knocked out 250 German LONDON, July 29 (AP'-The
tanks in the last three days. Dcs- British Government, reluctant to
pite unf:'vourable weather, these antagonise Argentina while An-
fig.ater-bombers were back on the xiouts to co'tunue close collabora-
)ob today, hammering German lion "ith her ally.', the United
batt!, strength i what Wes States, maintained silence on Mr.
Gallagher, Associated Press corres- Cordell Hull's attack on the Far-
pondent, tailed one of the most rcll-Pcrcn regime
merciless sir assaults of the war. Opinion grew I hat Whitehall
American airmen said the Germans may refrain from commenting, at
were increasing their fighter cppo- least until Wednesday, which is
sitlon over the western sector ot the usual day for foreign policy
the battlcfront--additional Indica- questions raised in the House of
tlon that air support was having Commons There are clearly two
telling effect,. sectiorts of British thought, the
The Gerrman retreat Is described one believing that there Li notlih-
as prudent and orderly with some ing to be gained by statements
troops cut off north of Coutances such as Mr. Hull's and the other
and the Americans rapidly mop- is that agreement in tho Argen-
ping them up. tine hotbed of Fascism will be a
The German News Agency re- future menace to the democracies
ported this afternoon that Rommel and Briain should take a firm
had transferred the entire western stn-d beside the United States
wing of his front to what the The first g ioup poirt-s out that
agency callrd "shor.enc,: lines fur- although there may be evidence
their south" that the Argentine governmentt
Allied pilots report that the Ger- leans toward (' Oer'nianv as Mr
mans are bringing up reinforce- Hull said. aln open attack on tile
ments and last night R.A.F. M*- regime iould stimulate national-
qultoes made harassing attacks on i tic patriotism and solldt'iy the
troop movements in the Braville Gaoverrment's )eFitil'on rather than
area. Yesterday evening Avengers w.a :en i:.
of t.ie British Fleet Air Arm opel- Adherentis to 'his ,\;'w rciue
atirng under R.A.F. Coastal Comn- that no matter ho pio-FarstF.it
mand attacked ships crammed wL.h Argentina mah be there wHS lltle
German soldiers who were believed se roni a d e tohelr wdrfe the
to be reinforcements making the 25 Allies-.-and vicorv over thi Axis
miles voyage from St. Malo to in t t to t ,major Mat-
Granville. There were three mine- nt. ;,Ia ," ,^ mumslres. i',c
sweepers sand five landing craft. The e thse c. umstances. .cY
Avengers dived with their machine argue, ti. e .I'holld kcce hands Off
Runz blazing~ and their I l~ghs k Argentina in expectatiol n that the
un blazi and theircraft a .nd dam- dictatorial regime would collanse
one of th landing' craft and dam- t ,r ,r theo p dermn.ratic
aged a mine sweeper
Before breakfast thl. morning pow ers i te world war ot
R.A.P. pilots of rocket nfiring s,.,
Tynhoons swent over part of the This r.oeiiv they hold also avoids
nAoti'ont an lattakd aout reprilsals against British interests
2nd Arniyfront, and attacked about ii Arrnt, ina and might assure a
D fair return to British firms, If
eventually some or all of them
City Leads FlagDa oora,, te
ityLeads g ay were taken out nf Briish hands.
The seccno group, containing
City collectors givi-g major Socialists, liberals and Labourites
ead with $690.32 boosted Flag Day s;e Argentina as seeing world
receipts of the Child Welfare Fascism nearly defeated in this war
League th-s year up to net total but already are planning the next.
of. $1,21.24, after the organisation Th"., "claftre that no stone should
had met incidental expenses of be left unturned to root It out be-
$36.66. le it liiotrishes and spreads into
Statement issued yesterday a I,(%. mnacc is great as Ger-
ihows amcunts were turned in nialnv In 19311-1941. Therefore, thev
this way:-- sav. Mr. Hull '.ss Justif'ed in tcll;
PORT-OF-SPAIN the world vkltit he briievs" Ar-
Miss Ethel Mills. M BS pr St2 2 SMrs!, e old hrpeents andB b it.l'-
MueCarthy and Mrs. M Riecon $,, gentl"a represents and Blta
M s U. B. Rra n te ts.'4 Mrs N. I should let Argentina and the wulid
M18 M.aB. farianq $131.84 tlrteFs
Morton $34. Mrs. Beaubrun $21AA, Mrs know she will not tolerate Fas-
t. Innis& $14-.5, Mrs. Hudson $8.02. Miss cm in aiv form. The; fear,
Ida Daunt $25.25 M s. s ltbins $1.3, lhat Mr. Churchill'
mu R. .. Skinner $14.53, MrS. Morrishowever, Ihat Mr, Churchill'&
i$5.21, MVio 0. WalKe. 45.5, Mrs Ma- statement of May 24 that Britain
eriom $61.07, Mrs. K Oonmivs 316.11. will not "meddle" in Spanish In-
Mrs. A. C'avton mith $si.S?, Mrs. E
Roiburg $70.6S8, Mrs. 'ujadai Sa3,, ternal affairs and logi-a forward to
Mrs. Clark $13.29, Miss Medina t4A.43, "increasingly good relations with
Miss Leforet $50.45, Coinlnili Hospital 1lpainl" may be indicative Of thle
S5.93. atepheno Clinic itl54, Mrs. Mar. ot, cial B:itish attitude toward
$9~f M.clTc.^l p-o.^^^ otaical British attitude toward
ann AsR, Miss Teneis Camps-Carmpins
5.73. Total 690.32. Argentina.
OUNTRY The Foreign Office continued to
Miss Tyelioy, * rsrBando ,512.24: say "nothing new" on the Argen-
Mrs. 1. Mathiion. La Brea. lte,, (10; tine situation and the Press un-
Mtr.' Terpitra, Point Portin $1e.st; Mrs.
p' ns. $15,1; Miss animously refrainedfrom comment
r;= CoUVt, l,., Mrs. o. Harts. an except the "Dally 'Telegraph" which
juash $.00, Mr. Mangftei. Toeo. 11.,64; on Friday attacked the Farrell
IM. MstiMr, Sangre Grande, 813.10 Mrs.
Mtrma s.t, Arimse, $1s.5: Mr, iMrtins Government. A weekly Fouth
'rinees Town, 5S.31: Mrs. armer. Ciax- American Journal devoted four Of
in Bay, $7; Mrs. Getty, Caronl. $47.21: its 19 columns to news ot Arden-
birs. Baird. lparta, $15.3: Mrs Go 0rdon, tine and United States dispute but
u'bago, 535.05. Toiai $570,.tii
ubao -.M.. Ttal 1.1W. o:ntted no editorial comment.
VAER ADISOnR BOAR) B.BC's progamme and Amerl-
'Wte Acting Governor has Dp- can news commentary In the home
otinted the following to be mem- service on lFrida" night as a re
ber of the Water Advisory Board broadcast from the United States
under the Waterworks and Water of American Press comments on
Conservation Ordinance, 1944 on the Argentine developments
and from July 26, 1944: The In- The 'Philadelphia Record" said
ector of Mines. Mr E. C. Buck Mr. Hull "delivered a brilliant In-
I.C.E., MIME., and Mr. P E., dictmcnt on the military dictator-
O'Connor. ship. Mr. Hull calls Argentina a
OConnor deserter of the Allied cause. We
IINESWE.rPER LOSiT would call It treason"
WASHINGTON. July 29 (AP>- The editorial asks If non-recog-
the Navy announced today the nation was suffclent. "The convic-
Ss of the minesweeper Swerve, of tion is rowing that only through
neduim size, as result of eiemy eco"npSt sanctions can we bring
cticlnt prs-ur to ear"' adds
_ct__n. the newrpapBT. ^ _
nnounc'd that Admiral Nicholas LONDON, July 29 (AP).-Yngo-
lorthy, Regent of Hungary, has slsv troops sBized th. town of Mu-
romised the United States and rina in southeast Montenerro. cu*-
iritain that Hungary wll' stop ting off the German stronghold of
ending Jews to Nazi "death Pec, 20 mlh'e to the east, the coa-
amps," and offered to let some munlque of Marshal Tito said to-
eave the country, day.



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Ilaple Beat Notr4

eVictory Climaxes
ant 2nd Half Play
*' smasUhS e home a goal rig=t oB Mull tms yesterday after.
nt give a hard fighting Notre Dame eleten A 1-4 beaUng
Itbeir T.A.A. first loaue match on a slushy Association round.
tinf tor the firdt tue this Mal -.efd.. .e
to apl and Notre DamN goe the U s deener
~ ~ u i Asl frst-haf oblanxious moments, hieM oJ
I form after lemon, Clak and Joseph,: wold I
Sin the dying moment of rand backs.ord by Maple l
game. The goal sc .db Mal,.l
a got all the thrills they than a minute before ful l m
the laos 10 minutes of started from Joseph. who drovi
,when in quick succession from outside the penalty area, and
occUed in opposite as th. bilalipped throuh 'Chen'o
at"5. At one staee Edgar hands. centre forward Tomml
6et beat CGeor Oumberbatch James was on hand to help itI u
t frale with a bullet shot that the meshes.
the u ght, and before the Clarke had netted the ball about
e f l the Maple area, the five minute, before, and after _'e
Clever Inner left. Rex Bu,- referee had pointed to the center
j ta low pile-driver which spot, the linesman successfully
bratch strained every nerve drew to his notice that the player
Eaway Irom his besieged was "offoide."
The teamsE
apl1E forwards replied in kind to MAPLI --0. Cumnberbateh. J
Sdangerou inftiltrationts in Sampson, H. Emanuel: C. Davis, P
goal area. Allan Joseph con- Jones. C. Dolly; N. Clarks, P
lgl opposing custodian Peter Douhlln, H. James, A. Joseph, A
Sto watch nelplesily a right- uanleatme.
rock his crom bar, In regis- NOTRE DAME- P. Chen: N
Sa moral goal./ Arthur, B. Halfhide; N. Pouchet, B
-e match was evenly contested Pio-re. N. Pouchet; A. Borde, R. R
hout, and Notre Dame in Burnet', 8. Pouchet, P. Burke, J
deserved as much praise as McCarthy.
conquerors. -
aple sported three named new- N .
ere in Malvern's Phil Douglin
fier-left), St. Mary's Cole-e's i da l ila ia Play
ille Clarke (left wing-r) ard p r l y
ton's HugO Emanuel (left Lack).L
.glin qulokly got in the giove,
m was undoutedly the "'b',mina"s
l the front line. His dribbling wRs
a1leligh to watch, and it no4-tlme
earea selfish or overdone. T om orrow
manuel was spectacular s
|sual, and saved Maple from a &i nie will opose
c aple of dangerous positions, while Naparlm College will oppos
* ille Clarke was a bit uncertain Spitfire in an S.A.P.A. first
Iv ;eaguerr"^ on Monday aferoon, an
his ground at the stait. but, de- eagerr on Monday afternoon, and
ped into a striking force ,on the a leen game is expected.
.Other games until, saturday Sep.
2 0! tember 2 are as follows:
motre DAme licking with the "Tues.- 1-Victoria vs. St. Benedict's
i, took the offensive as referee Thurs. 3-Carlton vs. Commandos
; rvyn Orelnsignalled the start of Set. 5-La vs. p.YCo l
o~u.'atlona.Tues. I-Carlton vs. Nap.,ol
oow-'ations.1Co"ll ...
Cumberbatch gave the Maple Thurs. --I-Spltflre vs. Commandos.
rllporters some embarrassing mo- Sat. 12- Leaseholds vs. shtffleld.
inta when he fly-kicked a Mon. 14-lanes vs. Victoria.
glbunder from the Dame's right- Tw s. 15-Commandos vs
r Pat Massey, away from his lsseholds
I tThurA 17-Carlton vs. C.Y.O.
.CMap* e Burke, the Dames' lrft at, 19: Spitfire v. Sheffield.
h f was combining nicely with nis Mon. 21-Victoria vs. Commandos
ilde left, Rex Bur.ie't., nn Tues. 22-St. Benedict's vs. Lanes.
manuel was on the bpot to r.b Thurs. 24-Leaseholda vs. Carlton
irnett of Ihe ball IIn one of their: Sat. 26--Sheffie'd vs. C.YO.
Nny vicious thrusts, Mn. 28-Nap. Coll. vs Victoria.
Jn tho early stages Andy Gan- Tuesdaiy 29-Spitfire vs. St.
tinume did some good work on l the Bvs
rh t side for Maple. His fine rphms d -a v Benedict's
h~weler, did not reap tlicir true Thrsday 31 --Lanes vs. Leaseholds.
reward.u Sat. 2-P. A. Trophy match.
The crowd cheered D,)iglin is hr
dvibled past two Dames' defenrich-s '
aImd enred to a citing in ;o-. Northern League
toume. who saw Chen cover h),is
$01 perfrectly.
,n the Maple goal Ar,,a, Strpsonn Games This W eek
1 bded a high midfleld rlins when Northern League matches to be
!te Dames' forwards bore down played this week on their ground
T him.ck ten by th a (near All Saints' Church) are an
freKick taken by the "me lows:-
shifted operaltions in the FIRST DIVISION
Dame vrea, where Neville Tuesday Eagles vs. Strollers
to, winged nicely a6rx but.
t inside men were not following Referee: Mr. K. Laughlin,.
Sas they should. Chen sav'd t, Thursday Siwel vs Crescent
ack sots om Joseph and one Referee: Mr. G(o. Cumberbatch
The Danie,-. gave Maple' drefeines Monday--Belmnont orphiannge v
Stough time hlie McCartllhy beat Cosmopolitan. Referee: Mr
manuel, and placed the bail l Neville Clarke
rlx Burnet'Is font The rsulih wis Wednesday Chllncse vs. EKsex
Wlci placement, but Cuinhl ru)i.:cli Referee: Mr Iluntle Yeatts
nIlCipatped udeely. Friday -- Moderln Seed, Shlool vs
dust before hallf ti;re full-back C.Y.O. Referee: Mr. H. Ward.
tur splrced In thr tll>r'ci) of (i..__ _____ _
own goal, antd Cliin ihad no rasy
e averting the danger. (IIINFS TrM n
AS the tepains faed eroh other o ,nili .'NESE- TRI,.11 TODAY
tkhae restumptioni l.hi)lin dilbbledl The following will represent Tri
'Ipat Bss.'ie Pierre and Halfh.dri, umph against Chinese In a friendly.
"d with only sirdis sepatating liini match oiln their ground this moar
fr&m thle goal taltr('ed. InS.-- llanfleld, H. Telfer, r
,Attack followed by counter-Itteek King, F. Pena, F. De Oannes, K
cbsracterhed play In this starra Yuing, A Harding, A. Mapp, B
tiwthen ill. Butler, L. Suioero, A Redmian Re
-On the Daimes' focwnr'd mbe, ir- i.ervps: C. Jarrette and M. Tclfer
1iltt. Edgar Pouichvt and Met arIthy ISwarath

' Dame 1-OWith Goal On Fuli Time

Lewis, Wilson Bata C.C. Score 176 Against mAt Td'
And Phelps Invincible In 2nd Class Final -oa

Leave For B.G .e i playing splndId off-drive an- a grand .lings of ,7. gi a [ Ila dmo
5. amplat pushed the Bata tirnt iniM to a totol ot 171, as the afternoon. The tick-off will be
Oeorge 1awl5. Sprint star: P. 0. Bonanza Second Clas cricket final bgtu on the Q111011 0a t 4.8 o'oek.
oWd holder; C, terlp, irnterma- College ground against Invincible yesterday. | l C "'
cad holder; BCi helGu ,inteocmr- we
dialo cycle champion, and Lumrie Sampat with D. Claxton I"* Part-,--------- Sorting, Club YJ. <
Sr-e--. manager-cyclist, left yes- ner, treated Invincible' bowlers T n i U
torday for British Guiana to com- with scant respect. x
In the 3.0. sports at Thoma These two batamen belted the T e n is0 1 O rFaeco TO*I
wval on August 7 and 9. bowling to all parts of the eld. Club who whi d
7 These athletes, together with Claxton scored 27. uf B'whowhip'peodlw 4 a
I iky ~ranes Clo~ yce Invincible tried ten bowlers of Allege -9 wIn'0
.,. ,,-, ne .Co-cylBodyApproves ,,,ste 1
s champion, who left on MondayWhom Ramroop. Mar. andoAlilnA t wr tlet
y' will be cflcial representatives olf bagged two wickets eah.journey t e opp"ose t
I the T.A.A.C. I* nvincible started their venture, The Trinidad and Tobago Am- Air Arm in A friendly match this
Trinidad will be well represented and at the close of play had nine teur Table Tennis Assomatlon held afternoon .
t at the sport.runs for the loss of no wicket. its first meeting on day under ow wl reprentSporting
B Already Tonr, The match will continue today, the chairmanship of. r. Charles C40b--M. Joes; IS. Dowson, R.
Alre ... . ..ady = ss~ t n e ~. T here O onno attp -w h lc a argoe n um ber T ouch; L. Black m a R. D ay, C. |
notch A' clas scyclist: H. A. Hall, starting at p.m.Pereira, at which" e R m .
a miler of no mean abil Following are th i-res- of aIlcations for affilaton were Dore .McIntyre,. Moore, J.
tmtemle f omenablt ,I;roedAIins, A. Phlipl add X. Montell.
r Boald Bailey, one of TrIncis _BATA let INNINGS considered and approved. ,. e..ea A. t- ill leave the M tal
leading sprinters; and Pemandez ,. .Nraynaia a sbamroop .............. Thesecretary L. s-who The te... .a.cmw eravth.30p.m.
art In B.In.tash run t .............7 stated, that it w, a gratiflyngr "t a nk of anada corner at 3.20 p.m.
ar In BO. i~~S.' Mohom~d Asagralt b Alt ...... 1"/7 .- : ... -m -+-
STUNIT RIDER TO GO K. Bolroop hit wicket b Ramoop .2. the large number of clubs thatI .. I
STUNlT RlE O G | rnly u o ....... 5 were prepared to take part in the ,Uir T IaT Qk i
2, Gregory Murrell, Trinidad noted's S.mp.tit c samrn. b M rn i ........ .r~nnlng of the association. 1 W .I. PlUayeriS h1ine1
: stunt rider, who has thrilled the:. R Nrayn.inigh b All ............... 10 He also added that one .'ng . .
crowd at -iorts here with his hair-, "Pterh n I MraJ i-..-::::..... must be made clear u> .hn public,. | nglehclJ CriLhcket
. raising featsl, will make the trip top .'t,,on, tnot ou. ..................... o that this body was liot ci t con- I n I IE nl sh .ri..c
I. give a display at the olympiad. Murray ,e.tert, .... .. 1 trolled by any particular Intlividual .r .
Extra& .............. .. or club, but was manaod oy evtry At. Lord's last week-end. C. .I1
'r h ...... ---.. btafl a l ub. naClarke secured three of "the London!
Row ,.INO ANALYSIS .. Although the closing date for Count wickets for 21 runs whiihI
A X it u- n w applications was fixed fir July 8, helped to secure victory for his I
emoerton Soccer hifire ..... .... o 1 1 he continued, it had b.en since de- team. I
JR Rrmroop '...... ....i 0 4 i cded that clubs not vet a.llhaed In the north, Learle Constant e C
Y. Khanrop .......9 0 t
Be ins T. ........... r 5 is might o so as soon as pos..-lle, and Ellis Achong played for a
Bein.. MTaoay .. 4 o 0 during the course of the year. .North of England aide against the
Two games will be played in the Mor an ...... 37 2 A meeting of the management Royal Australian Air Force 'am
Two games will be planf d it n hhe 2 A .......... 2 14 committee Is carded 'or Sunday, which played against the West In-
openin g rou n.d of the Pem berton A. Ra h~nnn 2 0 1 ........ o
League football competitionon the c Pmith. .......... o 0 n lAugust 8 at 4.30 p.m. and all amil- dies at Birmingham. Constantine
Queen's Park Savannah this morn- o Asar l 1 1 S eated clubs are asked to send a re- secured three of the four wickets
Que spr SprnhIli or-*"s ntaflve. that tell.
Ing, starting at 9 o'clock, INVINCI$BE 4t INNIN0S IL^ ^,- -- -,?^ --^ _- -j
They are:-Malvernlans v. Siwell Robl Amllnot out. ...... ......... ... = ----...... _-_-_=_-_ ---_-_____-_---_ -_--__-__...... ..
t Liverpool. Total for no wicket
on N.AFL. ground. Referee: S umcontu........
S St. Ann's v. T.G.R. Junior XI BOWT.ING ANALTStB h1b A U h CU I 1ohw.0I/
on second class ground. Referee: o M in W W G WAD/UUg
A. Trimingham. R N'rtvnsilngh.. 1 0 5
Ma, 8n'p t ............:,* 1 0
Second round fixtures for next D. nB 1 ..... ..
Sunday will be as follows: i 1
Burnley v. Malvernlans: B. N Asga rallW
Harding; Bradford v. Slwell. N Asgarali Wi ns
Wilson: Ammerville v, T G.R., S.
Liverpool; Hermitage v. Essex, V. Tennis Fi n
Gibbons; St. Ann's v. Motion n nT 1 F
Pictures, A, 'rrlmi"ngham; Indian Nyran Asgaralli scored a <-4,
Recreation v. Academy, R. 0. 9-7 victory in the Handicap gin-
Hugilns. glex final at the Indian Recrea-
tion Club courts on Monday.
It was a grim battle for honours,
and the second set lasted 16 FO
Co XI W i At games. ....ASK FOR... 1
Couva XI Win At A'sgaralli played a very fast and
aggressive game while All de-
pFriendly Cricket ended on his splendid place- GODDARD'S, the ail
Friendly Cricket inents.
S United C.C. of Couva defeated Following are the winners of the 'purpose Liquor. and
Rose Hill Recreatiln Club XI In a tournament:
friendly game on Sunday. P. Dookie (open singles).
United declared at 109 for eight P. Deokle and M. Dwailka (open you1 ilU get Barbados'
wickets; M. Bakash ttp-scoritngl doubles.
with 36 not out. Shaled 21, and N. Asgaralll (handicap sIngles). Finest ARUM."
Biatxboolal 25. The handicap doubles will be F e-[ *
Rose Hill opened brilliantly and concluded this week.
reached 50 for two due to a splen- -
did partnership by Yac:.ob Khan 371 S. luccs Bowls 7 for 9
and W. All 18. S M c r
Abass All, the United skipper, Ill Match at Mayaro




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('RI(CKET TODAY Sand Hill of Rio Claro, took
The following will represent In- the middle first and with a vicious
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SPi Soccer IIvlw o -
To Start Soon m

ma the Pickfair Sunday Barefot"
M ra wi be lnaugnl, n -
rity soon.
A beAUtful idd will b. eon- a owN' or
tad oe and a t nm of te rn &
hnrs w ngrawdi onI
W, A. Joseph has boen fti. In om mrderto!

nMr. Pget ad Mr. 0. Png M ats. and Ilae1
i. jeint secretaries. up to a"d iobu
The above ofcers and another yar 1 and
Will gomri to ..managementi pait before 3slit
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tAtAd Faulty

ip Order At Meeting

1 eurs & the riding was bad In parts-
* twt y Wong at the T.T.C. summer races.

re thout-
l xJut iounte over
course, as

HlkWinning post
b e r bacbk stretch
their beig
E t the finish-
"pn eervetion

iltes woulder
i~ical. lsua wand
tHat one found with
Soer might
tHat littlserious na-
*m'numerous com-
to against others
'*..epon, after fe -
e couhd hear
theiunfothat eh-P
tbuped or bored
l Wo exception in
i complaints were
7t901, guropean and
with such annoy-
.late one could not
that little attention
I to the rules of the
ls expected, few of
reached further
'Aa the unfortunate
whose horse wax
t but the. time
-Vsp when the
should stake a
Sof the unpleas-
hwa is likely to
retalUition is con-
jeans of "getting
riders, thereby re-
to the likes of
|M remedied only by
t patrol Judges,
stools at vari-
SInside of the
lty would be to
eling anytin-
Srules, regardless
I-f offended jockey
|kUplain or other-
,y deserves full
of the list, as
races Indeed.
was equally 'at
tpry on Brown
rly affair, while
'Ok" on the second
tiseworthy, Con-
u of his mounts
some clever races
if of the Ras, pi-
p concnshowed that
i that he still
wus and his
r left usm in no
S being in full pos-
^H i at the finish.
i, the startag g-ate
throughout the
's Chappeln have
t L and Freddie
a real plucky
g feeling anything
g .got up o4 Glen-
YBtoi roved to be
was the y"" c'ass
I|a couple of sur-
I wo races, he 'can
tirM of displaying
H te habits of his
| 0 wyrovement was
i e actually ran
S stat:l start his last
hfering 1351b. was
;, matched "C" class
Sthe most interest-
lhad not pearly
gf0nwood become
.their initial start,
reason to believe
forefo racing fans:
B the day for the
t picking u? the
cvincfig fashion,
the creotles came
ir own and Brown
E ansd Sam Lord
I"mtnlng starts.
0won *both sprint
t clas races, while
I Chotaire shared the
With the latter
Byconsistency than
I ehignh Hat. n
t 'w M the only "E"
"f^Tn IL race, but Sahib
IS companion, Portdrs.
Ca*-nlaor ainljury
Ikd Wday's races, which
m0f way help his
one sterling race
to have got so
from winning.
utoned to have nosed
ais "t couple strides,
brother, High Hst,
[dherself a er
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Shamrock Play

St. Mary's

Shamrock will be making their
first appearance in vhe 1944
T.A..A. first class league tourney
tomorrow when they clash with
last seek's heroes, St. Mary's, on
the T.A.F.A. ground In front of
the stand.
Shamrock have a powerful line
up, but judging from the grand
display showed by "The Saints"
in whipping Casuals by a lone goal,
the "Cafe boys" will not be hav-
In& It easy.
Queen's Royal will oppose Notre
Dame on Wednesday, Shamrock-
Colts will clish in the "match of
the week" on Thursday, while
there will be two games on Satur-
Casuals will oppose sporting
Club in the City while St. Mary's
will journey to Piarco to play
Fleet Air Arm.
Saturday's match at Plarco wi'l
seethe with Interest as Joey Gon-
salves, the Saints' custodian, will
have his real big test.
Following are the fixtures:-
T.A.F.A. Fixtures Week Ending Sth
August, 1944
Mon. 31-Shamrock vs. St. Mary's:
Referee--Mr. E. Almandoz.
Linesmen-Mr. S. De Silva and
Mr. Carlton John.
Wed. 2-Q.R.C. vs. Notre Dame:
Referee-Mr. S. Agostini. Lines-
men: Mr. N. Kilgour and Mr. L.
Thurs. 3-Shamrock vs. Colts:
Referee-Major Mervyn Grell.
Linesmen: Mr. H. R. Murray and
Mr. B. Halfhide.
Sat. 5--Casua!s vs. Sporting Club:
Referee-Mr. V. Richardson.
Linesmen-Mr. 0. De Mattos
and Mr. N. Laurayne.
Sat. 5-Fleet Air Arm vs. St.
Mary's: Referee-Mr. Richard
aovia. (Piarco).
Tues. 1-Notre name vs. Sporting
Club;, Referee-Mr. Russeil Oo-
via. (New Ground).
Tues. 1--Shamrock vs. Casuals:
Referee-Mr. H. R. Murray.
(Second ClaSs Ground).
Frid. 4-Colts vs. Maple: Rcferee:-
Mr. Ken Lauglin. (Second Class
Prid. 4-St. Mary's vs. Q.R.C.:
Referee-Mr. Errol Yeates. tNew

(Continued from previous column)

vinced that if she lines up fit and
well for the Derby. she is almost
sure to be among eth first than
at the finish. I am not forgetting
Jetsam. Radiance. War Lord, Lily
of the Knight and Seawell.
The "G's" proved to be a two-
horse show, and besides Prima
Donna and Minesweeper the others
seem unworth"- mention.

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To Fight Again

In September
Lav.-ence Assam will make a bid
to regain his title from C. Francti,
the Orphanage terror, when they
clash In a return bzut on Septem-
be' 1.
R. O'Brlen Is going all out to
avenge the defeat he suffered at
the hands of Cpl. Tom Hope when
they meet In another retArn af-
fair on the same card.
Louis Barradas will oppose cle-
ver Sonny Greenitdge, who scored
an impressive win ever "One
Punch" Holder.
Ernest Nunes is up against Son-
ny Sheppard; Borde, another Or-
phanage battler, will oppose Sgt.
Boyce; Everald Jardine will meet
R. Legally of South; George Baker
opposes Gunner Brathw.lte and
C. Dixon will meet Len Boyce, of
the Navy.
Part proceeds of this contest
promoted by H. Yates will be do-
nated to the St. Joseph's Convent
Building Fund.

New Sports Field
At Point-a-Pierre
Sunday Guardian Correspondent
new sports field, Concord Park,
Polnte-a-Pierre, has just oeen
opened and, principally due to the
eflorts of Mrs. J. B. Christian, a long
felt want has been supplied by the
fc.'mation of a juvenile sports' sec-
tion, open to all Polnte-a-Pierre
youngsters between seven and 16.
The young people are all very
keen and they are making the most
of the opportunities presented to
them and taking full advantage of
the coaching offered by interested
About 30 enthusiastic boys had a
meeting at their headquarters,
Concord Park recently, when n, was
unanimously decided to form the
Leaseholds' Colts Football Club,
and office bearers for the 1944 rea-
son were elected by the boys as fol-
lows:-Captaln, Jimmie Cum.nings.
Jr., vice-captain. Christopher Gid-
dard: Hon. Secretary, David Main-
got. After some practice it is hoped
to a'range some matches, and in
the meantime, Mr. George G.
Nixon, assisted by Mr. J. B Chris-
tian, Mr. R. I. McLean, Mr. J. T.
Hadden. Mr. Jas. Cummings, Mr.
W. R. Cook, Mr. A. E. Gertv and
Mr. W. WV. Watson. is busy coaching
the aspiring footallers.
When the cricket Feason opens
arrangements will be mad' to form
a cricket club for the boys.
The gilrls are learning to play
netball. with the assistance of Mrs.
J. B. Christian and Mrs. A. B. Ross,
who are coaching them, 'od when
the season comes round they Intend,
to take up hockey.
The following will represent
I.R.C. In a friendly game of foot-
ball against Academy at 9 a.,n.
D. Selvon. R. Sohun, W. Nagee,
H. Bedrysee. R. Balchansingh. C.
Chucharee, C. Boodram. N. Char-
lendv, W. Barrow. S. Hoseln. B.
Wllliams, M. Williams and S. M.
The following will represent
Prestrcn In a League fixture
against Police tomorrow:-C. Ifll;
J. Larwen, V. Daniel; H. Wood-
rufle, H. Gittens (Capt.), K. Ox-
ley; S. Reynoldse, P. Weekes, P.
Lucien, S. Bishon and R. Mauge.
Reserve: C. Mitchell.



20 Walkers For 40-Mile

San Fernando To City Race

A field of over 20 top-notch walkers, Including present-day cham-
plons, and favourlte- of the past, will compete for hoonrus in the
San Fernando-Port-of-Spain 40-mile championship walking race.
Among the competitors are B. --
Murphy. J. Asche, 0. Brown, V.
Rousseau. B. Dufont, T. Roberta, C mrt h
R. Alfonso and F. Richardson, who *
are going to make a bold b!d to M ura t b
eclipse Pt Ribeiro's record of To Wed SoonC
hrs. 34 mins, standing since 1934. o eu u
The sprinters are also determined
to shatter F. W. Ford's 10-mile re-
cord of lhr. 17 mins. 28 secs. J, R. N. (Sonny) Cumberbatch.
Among the speed merchants will generally regarded as the best
be E. Niles, J. Jackson, C. Baptiste. sprint ace Trinidad has ever po.
L. Warner, K. Brown, C. Hunter, C. duced, will marry Miss Lily Jor-
Alleyne and the Police representa- dan, daughter of Mr. W. A. Jordan.
tive. S. Guichard. retired headteacher of Tunapuna
Newcomers to face the starter E.C. School, r.n Saturday. August
will be Constable I. Keith. and the 5, at St Margaret's Church.
ever popular quarter-miler, Jake Cumberbatch is a First Class
Davis. Immigration Officer, while Miss
Tobago will be represented by Jordan is domestic science teach-
sprint walker, T. Nichols and Phil er at Tranquillity Intermediate
Hall, the Island ward's long dis- School.
stance star. Perhaps the greatest short dis-
tance runner the West Indies has
PRESIDENTS APPEAL e.r produced. '.nny Cumber-
M batch dominated sprint races here
Mr. Nelson Beta. aurt, president ttween the years 1932-1939, and
of the Trinidad Amateur Walking holds the West Inidan rerrrd of
Association, makes the following 21 2-5 seconds for the 220 yards
appeal to the public: race.
I again appeal to the public, who Cumberbatch's f.-ing feet have
on cycles, on foot or othrwe fol- taken him to several parts of the
low the walkers, to keep a clear British Empire, including Great
distance from their heroes. so that Britain, Australia, New Zealand
the officials appointed by the Trini- and Scotland, as this Colony's
dad Amateur Walking Association athletic representative.
may be able to carry out their At the British Empire Games in
onerous duties, with as little in- 1938, he gained the signal honour
convenience as possible, also to of securing third place in the 100
refrain fom chanting and pacing.yards sprint, running behind such
or in any way interfering with the stalwarts as lolmes and Sweeney.
walkers' stride and progress. Iater that same year Cumber-
bath went to the land of "Down
Ch tnk T k 1Under" where hlie was clocked doing
Chetniks lake the 100 yards in 9.7 seconds-an
Australian record, at a Melbourne
Charity Series 5-0 meeting.o co-holder of the New
Chaity Seres -0 -ite is a~lso co-h~older of the .New

The powerful Chetniks squad
maintained their match-winning
streak, when on Friday night (hey
defeated San Juan in a table tennis
tournament in aid of the Chaca-
chavare Leper Asylum at thie Ii:dian
Recreation Club.
Opening the night's series before
a crowd of ping-pong followers,
Chetniks diminutive player D.
Ramkeesoon whipped San Juan's F.
Rodriguez in two straight games.
Skippe,. Majid Ibrahim then
made the score 2-0 in Chet.niks'
fAvotr, when he foughlit bak bril-
liuntly to win from F. Johnson.
Y. "Cap" All then gave Chetniks
another victory, when he slammed
his way to win from D. McLean.
K. Moolchan proved 'no matcl for
Noble Sarkar, who defeated lhis
opponent 21-13. 21-2.
P. Ramnipersaud then put the issue
beyond doubt for Chetniks, when
he beat Hamlvn Akal, San Juan's
captain in a hard-fought ma'ch.
The scores follow with Chletniks
first mentioned:-
D. Ramkeesoon won from F. Rod-
riguez, 21-8, 21-7.
Maid Ibrahimni defeated F. John-
son, 18-21. 21-18, 21-14.
Y. "Cap" All whipped D. McLean
21-13, 21-8.
Noble SVkar .whlppod ',X.,"ool-
chan 21-13. 21-2.
P. Rampersaud won from H. Akal
21-18, 18-21, 21-18.

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Zeaiana 100 yards recurs 01 U9.
Since 1939, Cumberbatch has
nct made an appearance In com-
petitive running.

Inter-School Sports
At Ovw1 Friday
Under the patronage of His Wor-
ship the Mayor of Port-f-_pain.
Mr. H. 0. B. Wooding, the Teach-
ers' Union will sponsor an 'nter-
school sports minee'ing kt the
Queen's Park Oval on Friday,
August 4.
.This sports mee' in will be for all
city primary schools.


8c Saddle Road,

Tuesday, 1st August,
1944-1.30 p.m.
Instructed by P. G. Singh, Esq..
who Is leaving for the U.S.A., we
will sell such good and useful Items
as: -
Simmons Beds with lumber
King Springs. Beauty Rest Mat-
Stresses and Pillows, Crap. Mirrored
Wardrobe, Crap. Lady's Dresser and
Stool, M.T. Washstand, Bedroom
Table, Medicine Chest, Dining
Table and Chairs, China Tea and
Dinner Sets, Crap. China Cabinet,
E.0. and Silverware. Glassware.
Cyp Sideboard. 3-Burner Oil
Stove, Brass Ware, Scale and
Weights, cupboard, Polishing
Broom, Garden Table snd Chairs,
Lawn Mower, Cedar Writing Desk,
2 Rolls Fencing Wire. Book-Case
and Books. Show Cases for Jewel-
lery. Three Pieces Chromium Suite.
3-Piece Plush Suite. Carpets and
Mats. Plush Easv Chair, Gasolenie
Reading Lamp. C. L. Shades and
Bulbs. Indian. Spanish and English
'Phone Records, Singer Foot Ma-
chine. Electric Sfwitng Machine.
G.E, Radiogram and G.E. Frilde.
The newly built Bungalow
Items on view day prior to and
morning of Sale and TERMS--

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In Tonesa Beans. Coffee (Ro-
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Limes and a variety of Citrus
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Ward of Charuma, County of
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