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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 )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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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
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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No. 81S7, 7H YUAN. NPORT,07^-WAIN, VM D, MWL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 1, 1944. P O r C TS

Florence. Russian Armies Lay Sieg
InSight To Warsaw Americans Takd

New Zedanders Face
Stiff Opposition In
ROM= 3(Rur-AAvranches In Mighty Drive
New Ze~ders in the hill counktrY
sa owr gis~outh of Florence have fo~~,te".
opposition today and one repr
says they have taken a position FrenchT
'Mey .msb PrizedFrench Bagramians Troops
tThe Germans brought ip TigS ~I F~U U ?U E
tanks against the New Zenders
but with the help of anti-tan*
^* ^^.l.,o^ ^ ^ldo,.,.,^ Bit FalsCapur Key City ::
guns, Aled Infantry knocked out
he tanks to storm into new joel-
boards for a full-scale assault,
^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^----^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B u0"tl"n which willl serve as spring- lj1UlL WQ Bfi9V& J V LJ VI T |
Whenever they get a chance, th. Allied 'Planes Pacei O \ F o
Germans in Italy counter-attack in
an effort to hold on to their de- Advance On Western
fence line before Florence. but In Sector In France L
very heavy fighting southwestSectorIn France
the city Eighth Army troops have
made small but important gains. By JAMES LONG By EDDIE GILMOR
Today's Allied communique says S UPREME HEADQUARTNE MOSCOW. July 31 tAP) -- The Red Army today laid deg*
that troops of an Indian division A L L I LP D EXPEDITIONARY
have practically cleared up a 10- FORCE, Aug. I (AP)-United Warsaw. After storming the Polish citt:s of S.edlce, Lukow an6
mile strip of land between two riv- States tank and infantry burst Minsk Mazowiecke with tanks and cavalry, Marshal Rokosaova '
ers flowing into the Arno west of cub of Normandy yesterday withlra"oz'ced his big guns into the outer perimeter of warsaw and hoaa
Florence. mighty drive that swept over the oed hs nto th outr p Warsaw and beg
a th ehat with a > 1 women farm weru htg a Md t ,Michael Reynolds, B.B.C. reporter. prie city of Avranches and be- shelling the Nzazs seeking to cling to the Polish capital which Is th ,
tbtist.with aaPotato oftwomen farm' i r s iaato who is with the Eighth Army, ayo 70Sf, engulfing remnants of the
athof vateragnlevltural am in the howcoeuntlLateam the 4 x Zealand troops have cap. b=tered German army still unable hub of their who~e eastern front defence system.
wethm u Iinvited to teaswith the oyai vl stes-IAF phote,) tured Aghill village and pushed on to ,rally for a stand against the Thousands of Germans hurledt
__7. ern Us__. __1_1___11into the high ground beyond. American tide which is tiL morn- from positions on the east of the
The New Zealanders attacked lng rolling down the coast of Vistula River poured back into
S M.P.s To Hear Americanslatelast night cove.d by Allied France. Warsaw choking four bridges lead-Germa s Cu
gI Tmrr guns and took the village In the GOaining well over 18 miles in one Ing Into the capital across the
S Churchill Toamorro, S cret eapon face of very heavy German artil-day, the Doughboys stormed broai swift river that separate Arm d Forces
(AP) lerv fire. aee6ss the formidable See River at Warsaw from its suburb.,Pray.
LONDON, July 31 (AP Secret W eapon Saturday night, the .New Aranches and turned the western Cohe lAteian front General Bagre
When Mr. Winston Churchill, Zealanders holding San Caseiano, flank of the enemy's line. The ramian captured Jrlgava, 21 mile. ,o-
the Prime Minister, appears be- beat back a full-sscale German Aiericans are now free to strike southwest of Rtga and severed all
yel fore th House f ~os on In* s attack. South,-ast of Florence ari- across Brittany's Brest peninsula rail and road connections between U
E If Aw- rarila and rodcnetosbten Yugoslavia
Wednesday, he is expecrtedto tish troops on the north bank of or east toward Paris, 160 miles .- ---.. -_the Germans In Estonita and east- -
giv Britons a sober and frank ---- the unper Arno have taken Castel
S tAP)- Qer- warning that the GOermans may PEARL HAIBOUR, July 31 (AP) Fp'antano. ae w .f. o, e rn .Gn Latvia E from tPhose in Lithuania BARe. Italy, Julv S 3 (APt. -
by their own be ready to launch new terror -A secret weapon gave the Ameri- Along a 30-miie front on the lower aed bo ams ofhightr n d tei \SI-r l it and etr ingl. tr elable advices said German tourm
d ibmes.wihtr ed Je i While I-Rttering toward East ces facing Marshal Tito in Yulo
L i t weapons on this country. He cans new advantage in their in- Arno, the big guns of both aides hiway into death-traps for the PAi ln tr lc ai ardledo les rho
l *CH. tO will probably also give the first vason of the Maranas as their have been exchangln, fire aer a into deat-traps for the Pi ii along front of I4 mils slavia were reduced to less rh
n has become full official Allied report on p.earheads hammered a widening the river. Th. Germans have red usrganisoard enemyorw American col heaviest fighting Cpioed the of unitsoo troops, mno second raelsewt
Hans TLebs- what ia happening inside Ger- ',edge across Guam and swept past hundreds of flares during the Pest s roared ort whh no sinn 1 W Kauna Kgng ich thet- o s tdo Sndy hee
e anmany and its possible effects. Tinian's largest town two nights from right he.i lth h the Germns Kauna iKovno which the Gcr- It was said on Subndy the GermanA
pep talk with n y *. ., P .. "One of the most fearful Instru- up s the northeast fought bark fiercely i A mans earlier claimed they had had withdrawn most of their flrst4
SWe have no inents of death fr:m America's ar- below St. Lo and Caumcni. fUr J r T evacuated, "Reinforcements ccn- line troops from Yuguslavia *nd,
San ostrich policy i o o seal of secret weapons aided the I i C t Avranches is now completely tinually arrive for the Germans and the 11 Nutl divslions which wr"
l taking things 0Ti'nian invasion," war correspondent ocuoled and firmly In American .. entered tile battle straight from l the couty on Ju'y I had I
ia st a wall. t Clinton Green reported as Admiral Captur5 e' u hands and a large German pocket t U P R E ME ALLEDHEAD- themarch." TheSovitet supplemen- -duced to 10t but most of th
Sthe Re", u Chester Nimlit announced Goam's seven miles southeast of Coutances QU'ATrTEiA, July v41 AP) -More tary communique sad the "eremy second class outfits&. In addlt
bodies. We are main harbour and airstrip were al- hu"rachan uur has been cleaned up and mapping tWan i,ou American heavy bomber is ferociously defending the Kau- the GOrman are uldng an Albs
0d nerve now," l ready in American use. up pf Isolated German forces be- and a very strong escort today nst fortress covering the approaches nan and three Bulgartan dUvtlo
an hour tve -. Securiy prohibits any hint as to KANDY, CEYLON, July 31 (..0) tween Avranches, Granville and bombed nmitary oojectlves in Ger- to East Prussia. Our troops, over- S well a91 scattered Q "lsling ow
et about the M lithe nature of the weapon, Green -It was officially announced today Brehal continues, mant In a thundering climax to the coming enemy resistance, are clear- fits. Field Marshal eneral.mi-
t stringent ns- s0 illi aid, but its effectiveness has been that Indian troops have captured -. explosion of activities which in- Inc the Hitlerites from one street Maximilian von Welch, Nail oom
pio He spptved. "It is extremely doubtful Churachandpur, 40 miles south of c. .. luded the heavltst blows ever after another." manner of operations i Yugoe l
iwork ot -whether any human being within Imphal, where the enemy was at- Cherbourg Installations' struc ag ainst later's battered in- The supplement said the oar- via Albania and o reeon t s eor
ith the oda o The "Trinidad oGuardian" un- 100 feet of Its action would be able tempting to stand with soe ma.- ustry in one week In the history mans fighting fiercely all along the dd to hav med his headr.
stoppd." derstanda that while 1.0000000 is to survive," he wrote. chine-gun and artillery, but lacking Back In Operation of the U.S. Air Force: front were making it cleai that era northward from Beldrof tI
,d oth era gfw provide 4n the 1944 estimates for While the Americans speeded armour, after t.ae loss of a total 9 W N J 3 British-based lying Fortresses they have to be routed out of every Zagreb. Lleut.-General HASM '
that the Ger- wk fto the ptroposed Lavintille their Balpan-born envelopment ot 28 tanks since the Imperial fe iPslNDON, July 31 fAP'-- sid UIberators attacked the Munich single place and even one sector- Kuebltf. Commander Yue,
Ing i9, A toV ast a a development a scheme,. ne key farlnasn Islands, the Par startEd the push downthe -nddia ..Algiers radio said tonight area. Streaming out ofd pta. Itv etrSg telo-Russaiayfron rt *-h eraid to ha to v S
;elf n tot ot O he elea re easre-e nater Air l m poro Aal ofykcant od iteU- h Jaquenot. French Air Force he avlt Were a. llh itrteS rem d
Sa projc o wher o ecfrt sivhlW WiS;b te n 1d te 1e t roor the Mi a- oe-avy rain and ns afte wA.tu-i -swrVr an wsd ea nd Plnniu w Sa$eM h Te ermansa. 'e vere.- d ttth 7
ff reins. is likely to run Into many millions Plra shit soplnesr bass in nore*w UQ the puo toward s Tamu t h nohncrtown an a roun. ? 0y th R.d.in e regCl g
eeatwrs au ond'e"" u1 bJAIn their ,wer In ord r Tnaf In uhwth
on Churchia s of ddllars. west New Guinea and Halma hera r0rp th 3 rialartillery be.ng eight ] miles" othittnshevyto.sns on the ofetOr i 4
diLnga" of 9I0M. "Plans for tite proposed airport IWand. northeast of Tamu.o Ineertton again. The British-based aircraft shoaw- troop stheosplemnt said e Ho t- .
rn will to vie- at Laventille," States an Informa- American warships dramatically Chinese are reported advancing I. ered their explosives visually, but roops.' thesupleriten8'Bttpmots td G,"a*. it under aerman
tinon Offce release yesterday, re-entered dGuam' port of Apra, south of ytky. where int e thetns are still resisting taor of the rsn wre tacked untratt erman Oth Iendeifatlrem*t To Gettn a ulr Goer an t
liefs went to the have reached the stage where one-time Unte States naval bacepting American fighter sord erce th a"ea o Percy and through cloud. The overcast bomb- h tr a ene n .re d to hva73to 100 in
aill where Government is inviting tenderly and the beat harbour in the Mri-one8dnaged witi- Tsur.VIr and It was disclosed ing echnlque was used at Munich of German prisoners and were In- s 1111 Scattered onk halS
-poal arnd one damarged with-ooTeNew Commad and it wasv dtisuposedntwng k~iedi-uewasrusreddatM0
the Russians In ,or its construction and equip- !as, after soldiers and mari hado out out of 0 oP ( sghter at i town is In American by the RwA. f fling t-heav lt enemy._ Jly _
ral of General meant. The intention Is that the cleared the Japanese out f F th o Pearng among the f tat enmy hands thouh fighting mics anear both. While the big ships were striking taB teavy losses on the enemy. o
8reas involved and finhe evetlin r m r rhserswthough fightirmng snarmy oth. Wile an e b i/geshipswroe stmrikngAt Marianpol.teCmadro
iUed in ati at- airport, when completed. should harbour's outhsm n t lot aircraft to show for some time Ameri an ced fores had oc- at bl e Reich's heart Ninth Air ran th coer of
on July 20., ecpbl facomdtngbt ,700-foot airstrip', cuplend vath edtown es, utappretlOrce-Maradr n the German '06th Infantry Regi- Coalition Government
'be capable of accommodating both the towns, but apparently Force Marauder and Havocs to nt AdoSlf Von Papen, was cap o -r
"fmoln oerfn e land and water a rcroe f t. heanu () Pl ( tes bock before German counter- tailing 220 and, some using path tred. In three places alone. t' rHungary Hinted
a s woel must cover Nor the r, w Ur yhl n attacks a & w day ago. finders', forces in foul weather, let suppleoment reported 53,000
S Ktiupenrlo. cost oft d an approach t Comomand sr l Movitg on to Avranches, this road sweptover the wide area behind __ermanwe rnso_ t LONDON, Jy t11
Men willeavn yrch fapl bases, Well anS tfor N e w hnatmamc was found uttered for 20 miles the batUle zone, smashin w yards ,re killed-25,00dman at o I W reported M lt J aly 5k
willcanamfaith ntior~osiaawafnith w terked GermanVarmy uip- and bridges from Domuront to snpol 10,000 at Jelgac.t emand pt won t d iamla
allrs iaolng fra e emeclamatio nnio f the necessary L rs ar i onai ith wrecked rerman army ehuu ain f soiue as Tou p "18,000o at Dvinsk. The supplement Coaflt, Io-
h. te involve d and Jilnal levelln or Admiral Fraser oD tus (ut.n A ment t h drawn vehle, vreux 3 ar outh Tours reported that Soviet al-craft on contemplated
of.. g the site. Retaining wtlrara anN mO 1 A ei n and. itw ntea. g un and -motor trp- and ANOTHER RAID the northern front hu carried out present, Minlter,
embankment will have to be built, LONDON, July 31 (AP)-Adinral parachute landing from a wskfed when the doughboys fought theirnweosiu
-S he~uarttl.e onwtraet d e t. otownr a theySent' n the a late evening mslsion, Light-adeatroye ANING por ofTK
atle as well as roadways, bridges, Sir Bruce Frater, who as Oon-dWith fak er Normandyt ha e wsay Intop h o theH wet'.Inairkw oI
ceanahlsdrandw henpaecaabessattherwatsc ~n otoe ~ ldt up h e ttinieknw ,.& nm nddmgredtemuchutuonemyb:threeGraans-ot oalngose.I s tk0ta
IL nals and the necessary surface wander of the British Home Fleet, a pilot the claim tohave baled out greeted tumultuously by the local nings hit railway targets at South- nesin northern Norwaysinkingo cut f
lIt flg a t and sub-soil drains sankt the German battleghip' straight into a ht hospital. The exp hpopulace.t he Germans here sur- em Chartry.her h
i l .nt other things the con- echarnhorst, and crippled the Von rience s that of an Auerican pilot, rendered to the Americans in In all. 1,100 sorties were made 7.0W tons and damaging two others Prime sterKfShim

I-Amorg oher thinsnthe co- tegrootoedbon6soalition
3 te-Whle tractors will be required to under- Tirpite was appointed Commander. Lieut.-Col. Douglas. Ne OW led- groups of Alx to 5O In the greatest with the loss of two Thunderbolts in- wc w im- and a S tw Ql
lb (Reutertig e tu he ontruction of the In-Chief of the British Eastern Ing his squadron against Ian ar- debacle since Cherburg. against s ix enemy 'planes downed. PLEASE TURN TO PACK E COL. 1 emnMent Slhd.
are bat th or t fatie f nd t Fleet today. The Admiralty said moured columuwhen flak hit his Green Eighth Air Force f ightbers carried --PR-RI ON S .,P T0--.,
e to the ainiea idive or t $ wa Sir James engine and it went dead. He turnA r ---Fo e e rs a rig e -- .--i-a t
King followed ip s me fully an rea ommerville, who will take up an ad round to gdep towardsA the, PLEASI TURN TO PAG ta coL w hind the enemy lines, knocking out
map room at t er"e .or toa other assignment In ther t- American lineAn, saw a hospital and some enemy fighters and destroyed
S hedquartr, e cotrt dume t ign o Sir uce to decided that It, W te bet pe a da d much enemy trans-
~~~P~od to be hi best eith copies of the areDONaJuyeet tomthos (P--trum p nt e h uandfightins d e Imuch.ene n -
J e N bgn J ahis atd ge. waters dent to those prow led to JUMP. The next thing he knew .A. F. Bring0 o an l
week ago n i coo la and Hous- by the Naese fleet Indicated was that he was between Sheets kploane was losti i pn t. ll I c h e Xd I r ev
S that thel o f No. 2, St. Vincent major NormandyWounded well can right inside that hU
then o t is ma inspect them against the Nipponese. out and he was knocked uncon- .LONDON.Jlyn31(Reutese flying rs g rovnena d Lndonu sougtesn

twnils.I~ Ca~int c onvenet tce ro. s -i schinomtinf o us ol-n lanedig HetJ foad thgrat Jutkseily tri1n Routses' -- menglan are Londone, caus tisg weam-
haditI adon daeloabi de h osit ng.l ha ee und t p at since tD-Daty" the RtAF. have age and caysueltie1s AERATED WATER BO LING WORKS
wate thanh threea hourstbe foe, eetuoreetsflown 10,000nca0suaelties from Nor- PL'ASEITUt- e TO, PAGE AR HDCP T -A.
a nd an'uastbularsappearinanoK m nI umN-SSwe1Td Omners l althe badly wounded cs h T s Gn
C s rttthem.Aewnutdvehfiement" Rommel rached h ospital W n six or serven deiddtsev erl
When tSnf His ajestN N, Polish Airmen battiel onlyImmieenhourso Eone Nth
TEENEI IN FINN L~OND ON, Julyf~ 81 (C some ofr i t he l wound ho muc

pm ogtte et m3etr-nwsaesdnedta il- L e battlent elds, this expres a ir s B prevak wmm enit DEetsND
tI isited thae madt e Ac neordin. toNomn Matcdoad Nelwmmlwskildo senlou Swer e A llsn tear servie hasnvoled was roeveairildednedy
lL^ in the Anlo 33.Ge reporter in mtokm, the wounded In Prance. They all said M *U& t b o ne V e- orf tr onDO nt. July 1 u -
attendin divine polticl Situation in Helsinki on Rommel was In good condition. LONDON, July 31 (Reutera-Pol- A'rutoM Venf portsontie It comseir cor-esA

Chinese "ring had e nenrtrsed the the vot ersha ethant. Thpoan politial develop-
En with the men tense tonight and the Finnish yeste an American officer ish pilctt of the RAP., flying sin- Iermas havel
'Cabinet is to meet tomorrow, said he a information from g-engined Mustangs, had a geat take special training courses in merts are expected there this week. .
.---------------------French cIVlvtapi which weed with success off the coast ot Norway yes- nursing at great altitudes before For some days tnle Gemn ~eyQVWINKS'
A . f *** *& f l German prisoners' reports that terday. They were escorting Bc.u. flyin to Normandy, In Dakota been showing increased anxiety U .^.~ W
n Ier ihan l andingwn Madt pr ommel was killed iAn Arled straf- ftl htera more than 400 miles Oro- *pane. about the situation, and their news
fg 1lon the Cacia front, their base In Britain. and spotted Onher last 'plae Miss Venter papers are saying quite opnly that t
s~i ___T________ *____ between n 15 and 20 German fighters. looked afte- IS badly wounded CaOSe the Turkish Government has ml- t
H~l~h Mi~ti ff~lmaa *naci'. If~lch Ne~tW Gyu~ine CoUast Japst Fface Deatfh was flled wth ~lng aircraft and, her chargers eisred c up on the withGermany, and that the^ Grandi a^m~ fire
S______________JDS B~ U ai when thfingsqul edeedoun, It was battlefield onlyai e hours before, National Assembly will be asked to / WJJ ~ ~ Uf h A m
b LLIZ) HEDUARo TERSa- Ne Gie. Au. possible to count the score. The and some of the badly wounded give Its approval when It meets on sglW W f Kf U&r l
WAL~ro HADQURTBR. Ne Oule*. ug. I. fldpnflhlflf six Mustangs were stil tn the air were landed on a home airfield Wednesday. ^a. - r.9
"uswutO5e troops have made a new Sanding on Dutch New il lS.D"W*.f b^ seven of the Germian machines less than ala hours afte being A correspondent In Ankara today ^
4Saii;^ and^ w ^--"d-- S.'Ut O-bL------- *In th Usanpoic, w nte ujc, tI eore h
^S^Jaw ~ * a-gfeFSGoabibel 'xp~ars To Ilitker S .'^si ,
1ISC3rthu ag S3a'-Se f'"ute'? ,.~- j-- theSS -f Iuks Caso ACCT -eeting in
is^ Shog swmp ?- to^ are^ ^ battering^ ^ ^ ^ ^ at^^^^ tt hapct' ece eso tta

m14Oufllfse gwhgle, LightninP set fire ate attempts to r a 010 VPp mera" Lu-
'to .4 $A .ton Japanese freighter ring round the city, but all waftoIV N=.uo
te 1ITd Se narAmoia n atewuled Fclofsittethe wte inne Udoda o o=90O L
19 4= a 5.000-ton and l in. re ed a o t i e c
neaSrAmboins. onSat-atory af the Sawee
fl~mto 1aior ccmofquemaieth BaNS TUVW#sing flnteza. RY have been
'as.... ~ commudniqasunetetd b t;throwers With excellent results.
OW a---* '-'9 -byihe (Associated Press reports that (anam vwne thst
eNema made against little op- the Chinese High CommanAnkdr& h VU
Po ~ .today = te~td Umts = W Dt a en ho b at MO E 1IS
I t : "O u r a i r b a e r e h a b r o k e n i n t o a n A nre la sY" w o w
g ished from Milne (t re had n.br it e eaht. V o ,nl lel-
the citydiWfNew Wuine) reporti ng it ot h i
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.t -o tRe. Dr,

In the omasera
11 1e0. Nathadne Wimllan
mmmDAVIII, fMtrt Arth-
of at.vitRsom aM
Alop of ant .ua I
to retam ha e today.
1Ce 3PressU mtessg I

mus tdd, states:
SAoth e1hbop of the Wee

eon Md relenhop Mof eH s
IBthop Hand. MetiMi
An conseerated t
: w .I n the afutntoo
thronged by Sh DeV1 of the
\"Both cermonwi moved with
; nclstom and reverent pageantgr
SBmocordance with ancient rltua
ed tradition. The music was beau.
fut VotMwere preached at
SJheco aUsirat by the Bishop ol
'9laseu and at the enthronameni
y the newly-oonsecrated bishop.
ti"A eo atlon of 3.000 filled the
attrh kboth ceremonies and the
verene's of M many worshlppet
a beautiful background to
quiet dignity and solemnity of
K remonltes at which a devotional
opere prevailed throughout."

supply Official
S nst Optimism
'tr.lald Guardian Cerrespndent
SW. A. MaenI, Controller ol
pupples and Prices in British Out-
na, told the Georgetown Press
Vn his return from the con-
lerence of supply officers from
he British Caribbean Colonies,
which was held In New York last
dune, that he discussed the ship-
aituatlon in New York and
lada, and while everything poa-
*is being done to maintain
nhpente there are no grounds
oar optimism of an Improvement
the immediate future.
Mr. Macnie added, however, that
rhfin there are no indications of
11ny considerable easing in the sup-
& y position generally, every effort
being .made by the authorities
North to ensure that the flow
essential supplies to the West
es and Ouiana Is maintained
t a Tevel which will meet requlre-

Deputy Praises
Special Police
Vftldad Guardian Correspon .nt.
ARIMA, July 31. -Special police
*f the North-Eastern Division were
Spected j Major Lid0'low yes-
trdy on the parade grounds of
ilyvsional headquarters.
SAddressing Major Llddelow, Cap-
am Watts took the opportunity to

Arima Co. SiC Cut
In Electricity Rate

16,6 if a~u~wto s ~-^L^^^ ^'

; New Court

*Trindad Gefards Ceeesspmndit.
tics by oovunuaMt of a hulleg,
0"tl.o to heas a sead maCstrate
W' a. rardd ty lega pat
t$eI T ew hucfly unr t .fc-
tory, eaquMl revealed today.
TAM"acaa themillves Incensed
It to tact that their opinion,
which had been invited on the
Rmater, ha4 been ignored, members
of both branches of the proft-ion
feel that treat icoth ve lenc will
be caused not only to themselves
but also to the public.
Pointing out that they 1154 voted
unanlmoosly against the propal.
at a meeting with the matifatel
here when the project wsm under
consideration, practitioners told
your corrspondenl that they were
of the opinion that the new court
should have been erected over the
shed now used as a garage by the
They declared that with the new
building, now nearing completion.
constructed about 2t0 yards west of
the present court, the two courts
would be too far apart, thus ren-
derlng It impracticable for the
work to be carried on satisfactorily
as neither the public nor the law-
vera would know In which of the
courts any particular case would
be heard.

No Permit Driver
Banned For Life
Trinidad Guardian Correfpondent.
collision which occurred at Claxton
3ay two years ago, had its echo in l
the Magistrate's Court here today,
when Theophllus Maingot, now a
member of the South Caribbean
Forces, was disqualified from hold-
ing a driver's permit, for life, fol-
lowing conviction on an accusations
of dangerous driving..t
Malngot. who was also accused owf
failing to stop after an accident
was ordered by the magistrate, Mr. h
P J. Camacho, to pay $40 In fines
and ecots.(
Though not the holder of a drlv-
Ing permit. police evidence dis-
closed, Maingot, while a civilian.
drove a titnerv at, a very fast rate
and collndet" with a motor-cart
driven bv Cap tlie Rev C R. Wil- I
liams, of the Church Armyv.
l?,ndl- r TaaL oc U Tln

, to Captain W. Carr u Lill ii UF p
r to rtof-Spain tnd Pt tp T n B
Sweloome Major L Knht to Post W ith T .E.B.
r Uddeow. In r )ly con- The "Trinidad Guardian" learned
ted the o00er and men on yesterday that Mr. K. Seheult who
rtutrn out and keen In- was appointed In April to succeed
est. Mr. 0. D. EDrton an distribution
-- --= engineer of the Trinidad Ele:.lic'-
"" I 1 Itv Board, has assumed his new
Alum Blocks Down dties.
Mr. Barton, who had two three-
erl rntracts with the board, raill-
loW 9000 90 W er this year tendered his resigna-
Ttion which was accepted and be-
Three of the city b!nck,-No %came effective on Julv 23. Ore date
g, 3 and 5--which it Is understd on which hi second contract came
ave been valued by Mr. W. A to an end.
Kin., builder and contractor, pre- it is understood that Mr Barton
paratory to acquisition by Gov- left here on Wednesday. .i]k- 26, to
ismeft for the purpose of re- join his brother tIn anada with
Boddlina or demolition, will not whom he proposes spending .omt
cat Government as much time.
$1 .000,000, according to the .--- _----
eocetly-handed in valuations. City Burgess List
Got Mrder Revision Thursday .
South Murder The court at which revision of
T lr p 1 o -nethe city burgess list for 19.14 will be
TrialP rOStpone considered sits at the Port-of-Snain
Town Ha on Thursday morning,
TrinIdad Guardian Cerresndenat. A-ndmt 3. at 9 o'clock.
SAN FERNANDO, July 31 Mr. Raymond Hamel-Smith, the
T'lal of Moon Banwanny and MS- revaising barrister, will preside and
thura on the indictment accusing Mr. rice Johnston, the Coroora-
them of the murder of Enest Wil- tion's aassesment clerk, wlli be
llama at pilaisanca Village one day present. ____
last April, was this morning poat--- -P B I N T
poned by Mr. Justice J. L. M ere1 PUBLIC NOTICE
to the October sitting of the Aassies
Postponement was granted at the .
request of Mr. Gaston Johnston
k.O,, who appeared for Mathura. TRINIDAD.
SQ. 0. A. Richards represented
Sa nn-,while Mr. A. C. Rienzi Notice Is hereby given that the
Second Crown Couns:.1, appeared partnership heretofore subaistinl
on behalf of the Crown. between Teluy Palla and myself
the undersigned, tortel Turibt
mUIitHinUniniHUIIliwiHHiilHiilltluiH Harris, carrying on business A
Builders and Contractors at 1o. i
FOR SALE High Street. San Fernado, under
the style or firm of "L. T. Harris
Aj T. PUllie'" has been dissolved bi
ALKOST VERY HMOUSE mutual consnt as from the 20th
EVER LTday of July 1944, so fa r as con-
ND gVRY LOT Of LAND ) cerns the *ald Teluy Plllie' who re
Sin -_ tUres from the said business.
All debts due to and owing by
San Fernaando the ud late firm will be rec"lved
It nd paid respectively bp me the
W ,. undersitpgn who wr ill om tnue tT
d.) CedriC hpinet, carry on the said buIltno undtf
., 14 HIGH BTRET. the sle or firm of "L, Harr I
'PIIONB 412 Tth dallJlye.1
flatai this 20th day of July. 1544




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-Trtnt-t housing pejee
dnribede -a*veryicaa~th
i-rwartime eqmdltis,"was se
yMr. R. Odrdn
'1'henPleanimg Adviae
oM of Sfr hank Stock
dab. MH lay to prove mnu
valuable nation on th solu'
UmR of Weat Indian housing
poo .


-- -w- 2.. Mth July, 1k4.


Winlfred Atwell

Under the distnguished pa- ISKAI
tronag of H. thl Acting lUftO PHC
Oovernor. Hon'ble A. Wright ...
and Mnrs. Wright '\" l
Royal Victoria Institute I "
at 8. I5 L Iss
rkst Aru,,-FO 0W BIGr
Lyrts TwMr.
Admission: $2.00, $1.00
oeekings a Stephens I.t.

SmiMf OUD Umn, TmuDAT AtUWf 1.13i4.

oJut returned mog
a visit to Brtithl
Ouiana whe I bI
carried out a ourve
of Georgetown, Mr
SMedwin told thi
"Trinidad Guardian
yesterday that hi
and his archIteit
had already Hlerned
a good deal of West
Indian needs it
housing, from tahei
obMervations of the
experiment here, and It was the
intention of the Comptroller's
Housing staff to maintain ciose
contact with the Planning and
.oUsing Commission and to eax-
change technical experieneM.
Mr. Mledwin who was aecom.
panied by Mr. L. de Syllas,
assistant architect on the Oomp-
troller's staff, emphasled, how-
ever, that their visit here was not
In conuecUton with any housing
Speaking of his work in British
Ouiana. Mr. Medwin said that in
Georgetown he had seen some of
the worst slum areas In the Carib-
bean area.
"The impression one got of
Oeorgetown," Mr. Medwin stated,
"was that it was one of the finest
cities in the West Indies as far as
the general lay out went but,
hidden behind some of the big
houses on the main avenues, were
some of the worst slum areas I
have seen."
Comparing certain slum areas of
Trinidad with those of George-
own. he said, "the congestion in
Rome of the slum areas there is
'ar worse than that of Trinidad."
In addition to his survey work
n the capital proper, Mr. Medwin
also studied the housing situation
n some of the rural districts. The
problems there he described as
'unique" because of the difficult
,.-Ierp- and irrigation problems
Mr. Medwin said that he had
uggested to the authorities of
iritish Guiana, that ar.y detailed
recommendations for improve-
nent cf living conditions in Bri-
ish Guiana should be based on a
lore thoou'lgh survey of living
onrditions; and added that the
governmentt had promised to u"-
ertake such a survey in the very
ear future.
Diffidulties In Georgetown and
ural districts, Mr. Medwin
houRht. were not due to lack of
information on the part of the
ario. tublhc departments, bu.
rtnctrallyi to lack of co-ordina-
The Ooverrment authorities, he
disclosed. were shortly to embark
pon a programme for the im-
rovement of the rural districts,
nd thy had been urged to
orccentrate on drainage, in order
o prepare conditions for Improve.
nent of housing. Ore of the most
erious difficulties in rural dis-
rict.s, he believed, was that, for
he better part of the year, the
lelds were under water.
Mr. Medwin and Mr. de Syllas
Ito visited some of the new re-
.etlement sites here some months
igo. expressed the view that a
very imaginative attempt to pro-
vide new housing had been made
particularly in view of wartime
Hailing of the steamship Tobago
between Trinidad and Tobago,
scheduled for today, hau un-
avoidably been cancelled, accord-
i:'g to a statement issued by the
Information Office yesterday.
TENDERS in writing are invlted
for the supply and spotting of 2"
and I" blue limestone metal. and
6" and I" blue limestone siftinga
tafor repairing Mt. Pleasant, Prince
Cocorite and certain other 8treatm
in the Borough of Arima.
2. The materials must be trans.
ported in such quantities and mAus
be spotted in such place. in th<
Town as required by the Tows
Superintendent from time ti
time. Separate pries to be quotk
per cubic yard of each of the abovq
sits of metal and sifting. reapec
S. Tenders in sealed envelope
marked on the outside, "Tender r
metal and alsltingls" are to be ad
dressed to the Town Clerk an'
must reaosi the Town Hall, Arimr
nlot later than the 10th of August
4. The Council does not bind It
self to accept the lowest or an





Salamat All,
Town Clerk.

City Of Port-of-Spain

Arrears Of Rates And

RATXPAYIRS are hereby noti-
fied, that all properties in arrears
of the undermentioned rates and
charges will be advertised for sale
In the "Trinidad Guardian" early
in August 1144.
House Rate up to and including
the year s1948.
Metered Su b els of waler to
and Including the carter
ended 80th June, 1ist4.
Al other Rates and Charges due
and payable up to and In-
eluding the liot December,

Owners who desire to avoid this
advertisement and to save the addl-
tional charge of such advert.-
meot. are advised to pay their art
rears on T before the aa3rd August,


City En&[ree@Ho.Debate

WtoWit t -e hing Decision

.1- the Poirte-Spala Q't~r Council * .I4gd *n their
vime as Is tho ne ceity for oovonUwi', iStroductIon 01 legislation
. for 0 f dy14g W ft"As eg-t oed" e isaslm aes O and f
a Issrewdiag l a dwehMaf howus.
SThnis was revealed ytrday -' to bW.d hi- e on the
SStopr durin a debate 0 04 V0*3 en t wdsait% ..
m O eat 'draft *ill which ON b** cilor OCn= sald the81-.
S > -M tuaton wa a a rrse are which
s r pree e .uir drsast iesure. There
.when CounIllow 0. B. Wood-i was orem tMa to
tog,. thel Ma r adjourned to a ftadC of leellatt pv a
io mcommitteeoron
Isto free human elg from'sc
; According to Oovernment' lete horrible conditions as thos Ine
y dated July 25, which aecupempand w h they, were living. He felt
r, the dra *Bill, the Council mtut that with a few sugges"tons o.
t forward any objeyti, the0 ay anudmeunts the Ordinance should
"have to Its crovlamS1a Wede- Corn into force.d
a dav or It wil be aUB t ethatty they
A have none. In their letter ov- T ,
I enunt Intimated their *u e to 5-Year Jail Term
t proceed with the B all eps d- /W-
atiotsly as possible.
I nin te th mayor For Bicyde TheftF
S(said that member*,would amletm- d .
] ber that some Ums ago the Cour- Tr Bicycle Th1efrd1t
I cl had undertaken a coure to *SAN .nIANDO, July 31-1En
pIm ova housing oondlW o sen- terng a ulty plea In the AW si
I raly and substantial progress Court here today to a two-count2
had been made towards that end. indictment acu ._ hmm theA].
At a certain stage, after much pro- theft of two bicycL sometime inmdi
. ess the Slum Cletats and May Joseph Baptiste. a San. Fr-
Sousin Ordinance was Introduced. O man. was sent to Jal for
and matters were nut into the five years by Mr. 'Justice J. L. M.
hands of the Slum lea-ran and .Pere. I
Housing Commission. Baptiste was stated by Mr. A. C.
.Ordinance setting up the Rienu. Second Crown Counsel, to 0
Plann iand Housing Oommisiton. "hav had Night previous convictions, e
Planng forS? 2^S -~n dishonesty and to be at presen *
the Mayor s aid, was one which frvins"oncurent sentence f
necessitated rather protracted two years each on 13 accusation of
lays, beuse of the various mat- theft cc to o
terse which had to be dealt within t ,was disclosed that BUtis:e r
eomplianco with the ordinance had stolen no fewer than 11 bicy. A
SThe idea of te present B u. he cles from outside bnsinesa premises
concluded, was to avoid all auch and other places during the past
delays. two months.
Councillor Hudson Phillips favour- .w ots
lng the provisions of the draft Bill
said that only a short Ut*ao ifmn ~a-
Ct nclv . tINme ago Sudden Death
the whole Council was willing to
endorse a step taken bv the Mayor T .
In trying to get Government's at-Reported In outh
tention to specific cases of over-
crowding and they had also en- TrndMad Guardian Correspondent
dorsed what he had done In asking AN PERINANDO, July 31-An-
the Government to act with onme thony Benjamin, 32. died suddenly
deastch in bringing forward some at his home at Cipero Street here
sort of remedy. Government had yesterday morning.
hearken:d to their appeal, and Benjamin, it I s understood, went
they would almost be stultifying to bed apparently well, out l.. s
themselves If. when Government heard groaning in his yard early
offered a solution to their difflcl- yesterday by nelghbotis to whom F
ties. they decided not to accept le comolalned of a pain In his
them. r chest. He died before medical aid
could be sought.
Councillor Garnet McCarthy ('ity Pays Triu
thought that there was nn need iy uy Tribute
for the Bill. The Port-of-Spain f,
Corporation Ordnlance also provid- To Late PIlaywright
ed nower tfor dealln-, with those
matters, he said. and If the Cor- The City Council, at the instance
ooration had such powers vested of tne Mayor, passed a vote of con-
in It. Government, by apoointiny dolence yesterday with the relatives
a committee and giving it those of Mr, Arthur Roberts, playwright
same cowers, would be repeaiine and retired headmaster of the Nei-.
the Corporation's powers. What son Street Boys' R.C. School, who
was necessary, he declared. wos to died last Sunday evening. The '
give the Corporation a little more Council stood for a minute as a I
power ? mark of respect. C
Councill.or Georre Cabral fet* -l.. H
thnt It was not wise to put such IN BARBADOSI
wide power- in the hands of ro'- Mr. A. 0. V. Lindon, recently-I
wnen. Whatever steps were taken appointed Labour Adviser to the C
by that committee, he declared Comptroller for Development andi
Iould be just'fled byv the* Bll, and Welfare in the West Indies in,
the man who owned nroverty Succession to Mr. F. A. Norman. (
w3aild have no oower to which he retired, Is in Barbados, the
could appeal aaint the decision "Trinidad Uuardian" % yestt.-
Iof the committee. day Informed.
Couinci'lor Charies Ward eonsild- Mr. Lindon, who left her* to-
er'd th. Bill absolhte'v tnno-nec- wards the end of last week, is
sarv. The whole problem, he sold. expected to return either today or
was one of overcrowding, and the tomorrow. It is not yet known
remedy for overcrowding was to when he will take uo his av
find bouses for the seonle. There duties.
was ol-ntv of land around the citv, ---.-
he went on., and if hose. were built PROMOTED
on that land the whole problem ar. George Isaac has been pro-
would be solved. Atl that ws mated first class clerk in the A>dit
neeesaserv. he concluded, was that Department with effect Iroin Jan-
the existating Planning and Houksint uary 1.
Commission should continue not to

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every 1,000 miles



Mswufsfmmg IugHIM.

Prqfite Goal
c. C..ilocLaffoi.:

Wirie mmeWeetely to,
to A-.134,c/eT",ld

Year lt Choice-

tdeooad) there will be put up for
ale by Pu bi Auction Lthjj ru.
st !i5 At, olonM t at
29l C5Unsde San ur6
on ofAugust 1it" be.
twes the ho$ o10" adl S a.
An SUN=~f 4m erai

bPi atm A-of "o led atutqint
WleeWa r(d ar tea sMth COunty
Of L. In Owhe ow and
t llll= our aces
be the n s lo m or pto upfoe
and wft the abutta and bound.
alra t=ar shewl Ain the plan
ramO nt he crown Grant rtgSo-
tered In o aKil 7 FfOl mand
bounded on the Nort-yrown
tw tn fte South-bYdd of A.
R. UOaud now Ruaie on the mat
toad amd Pih aItnd nthp W-st
9yrwJ~e ll a woolden
tenemen Wo the lands of
Barry RadfnnbLt 6lsmaslngh
the l l ald Penl RNockRd 4f
=ams uore or lel from the Uth
Milet Inaeeswuof Cedr mats-
a ewtN he wputota4e reoon
.ed t il.Iart %; CuirM.
5adtaon ofjV A. MjMlo t.
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I Spencer J. Kirton, Ltd., 2 Broadway, Port

V I Inunmsmmmn.mm
See Sa Gome... for
Specially Built in all the LATEST STYLE

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White Cotton Popi

36" wide

The material with a thousand U,

40c. per yard


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AVrCr.,.d ed&MtSe &W
ehoeM y Tub Chose. care sets r
Bich Dining Chein, loose rush note
fding Chbirs with Corm--from
Loth Seot mnd lock feldim oChais,i m Cy
and Took Cord Tobes, frlming Boards ,
Bathroom Cabinth.
^__B, m4. .On,
li ~immmdunm4







27 Fltt Street,
Friday, 4th August, 1944,
1.30 P.M.
Instructed by A. Gurley. sq.,
nd A. Ncone, Esq.. who is leaving
he Colony, we will sell all their
useful furniture, etc., including the
ollowin5 in Saman: Double Bed
with Slumber King Spring and
Spring Pilled Mattress, Wardrobe,
Chest of Drawers, Compactum,
Dressing Table, Cyp Wardrobe,.
Mirrored Dressing Table, Linen
Press, Bedside Table. Shoe Rack,
Crap Extension Dining Table, Com-
blnatlon Cabinet and Buffet. Tea
Trolley, English Oak Dining Table,
Dining Chairs, Sideboard, Morris
Chairs and Settee, Radio Table,
Hlammock. Baby's Carriage, Com-
bination Baby's Travelling Basket
and Pram, Travellint Trunk, Va-
cuum Cleaner. Electric Toaster and
ron, Bedside Lamps. Thermos Ice
Jar, Books. Cameras. Zio Brief
aaseW Plant Stand, Hat Rack, Lamp
Shades, Galvanize Oven, Florence
Empire S-Burner Stove. Enamel Bed
Pan and Douche Can, Cutlery,
Glass and Chinaware. Pantry
Ware, Brooms and Brushes, Lan-
terns, Tools, Sheet Exoanded
Metal, Paints, Scantling, z:::p-
skin, Pots, Palms. Persian Carpet
and Underlay, 12 feet by 8 feet;
and Refrigerator.
Items on view day prior to and
morning of sale, and terms-cash.
Boyd & Hutchinson, Ltd.,



At Rie'
IcrsAt St. Mary's

sawe i H ais We nqy the 1on'bl A. B. Wright,
^ I bst hundreds of prises and eertlfloeas at
W aefsolses last Thursday heard report
J. j Meenan, Principal, on high standard of
work at the olleg.
Co al'." -b V. R. Chang, A. B. Chapm.
out of L. U C1OU w Le, S. H. A. Clarke. K. A.
A e- if.t, c.C. a.es D ouro, R. R. Die.
choSt- etuder. W. C. Dindal. C. R. Drydale.
OOld C. FiwitlWlau. CIL Fitswiliam. J.
I, It Cko J. A. GeoalTa., Z.
ho iMbLD.ClLA M C. H.ndermon. A. A.
SBIn d o ni, a. Moyt, J. A. Jordan. K. B.
reached re- Je sP, T. Kaio, D. r. La Barrio,
U Ide the I Look Lay. L. H. MoLean, a. A.
.int mod. w. C. Natimol. C. .Nath.,
K. A'A. Noel, 0. A. Patie, T. A.
prseworthy a. Prud,. v. Pnard. j. r.
n Poooeek, A. C. Sampath, H. Sirremn. C.
Sf t- Soewansl, I. 0. Teller, C. A. Valentine,
oth Vl 0. C. Toung.
Grade* 1 :--. A. Ammon, 0. N.
obtaied by Aqui. L. A. B Nardm. C. A. BoesU, A.
i Week D. eciLbnrs, N. M. Cooper, o. D-
uda and R. nt. 1. o La OraGnad., 1. B. Des
S s student i e in s, R. U. Ferreira, C. R. hrancis-Lau.
ea student, nJ. Huei.-Solth 1. r JermihK. .
INctio With th Joe. J. A. Marta, V. Martin. 0.
l U like to con- A. NavarO. C. H. Nunes, F. V. Pena.
t the sLccess of Persaud L. P. oon. K. A. Robertson,
n TPri n .t'*'l p. Rooaa, s tewart, 1. Swarth,
SC. B. Thomas, 0. X. Thomas. M. V.
and Kathems- wright.
M respectivey. Jrnalnsham Salver Modal : J. A. Thomas.
rtcate, we had Junior House Scholarehips Comnpetilion :
eerrentaee w.s J. A. Thomau, *K C. Tom. A. R. Sina-
edl 0 Wr the Re nan. A. V. Awon, B 0. Achong. E. A.
$0ug, p03. ftr the Williams, D. A. do Santo.. *I. Ram-
ceeded in reacn- oharan, Kx poon Whey, M. I..
n,,ark, 106 of Matthew, L. t. Williams.
Satisfied the -* Hold House Scholarllipe already.
he nours o- eSP.CLL PRIZ179
:Uht that our ..nilnrham Gold Medal: H. rF. Farfan;
i d take some Jeninglaam Slver Medal: J. A. Thomas;
9 class cer- Bishop Nevl;n Prize (Classics, H.C. ): T.
ffj bid. Tn tol Peon King; Gaston Jolhnston Prize
bid. In aI (Mathbmatlee, Form VI): X. A. Wil-
niates, they SIT-- illams; Fr. Limann Memorial. Prize
MdeoeOrs' record (Classicsl, Form VI): L. Ramchran;: Frr.
f 0h Thomas took Dustan Memorial Pris (Engllsh. Form
S lony And Vim the VI-: .1ersad; Dr. Ammon Prize
SColony an d (Chemistry, Form VI): A. V. Awon; Pr.
ter Medal and o'Donoghus Memorial Prize (Spnlish.
o1at's achievement Form IV):D. do. Santo.; Past Students'
Wark "A" in every Prize (Englishi, Form IV): M. Galit: Past
Sf the first 17 students' Prize (Saotllh, Form III): L.
bort oa o the f 1 Farfan; Past students' Pre (rngllih.
amr *short Of the Form I): H. Uvorloy; Dr. Stollmeyer
i ot of the first Prise (Science. .C.): H. F. Faran;
iacharan already Past students' Uniqa Prie (Biology.
iaS, the fol- Form VII: B. 0. Achoug; Fr, English
t addition to Prizs (Physlcs, Form VII: A. V. Awon.
le1 for wr5 Prenea Priame (Presented by the French
Ual.Med for awards consul), Higher Certificate: R. Quesnel;I
r. ln.A. Wil- School Cortlflcat: A. R. sinanan; Form
t oon Whay, V: Aqq; Form IV: P. Ford.; Form
Inl: F. Mark.
fc ~' . ., i r m U es ; D d L- b. -tld H. I, g g. ,
orires as usual F. .cotLL gg ,
aftf, and re- Orchestrn: V. Qusniil, L. Attack.
Sdard." Choir: J. Gonales, P. Kenny.
ates were Gymnastls: K. Tom. N. do Montbrun.
11e JeOft Society (IlBor Division): R.
k OVernoF a Gunnesa; (Junior Divislon): H. Bharrath.
,ElocuiLon: .,.-R. I.Jano, J. (Gon-
CAOATES: Isales: VIs-B.. Achong, 0. des Ies;
SC. Clark ,. V b-P.v Piuts. L bult: III -r. 1a.
rU I Jordan, varro, M. Daniel; I b-K. Gordon, A.
r. Poon King, DoawA.
Higher School: J. Gonsalvs, D. do Ver.
n le tutil, L. Woekes J. Thoma. A. Pantin,
SA. Awon.
I W 6 ot t F. m Middle Sehool, M. Poscall, L. Me-
Lower school: D. Law, K. Casabhon.
'bee, aiis, PrOepartoIY School: C. Agoeiini, R.
F.- arfan, J. It. MiiCarthy.
SMooldha. V. C Religilouls Instruction: .C.- 'H. Scott:
i Mood V. I. V a Sp.--D. doe Santo.: VIa- (. des
lies: VI b-H. Henderson:; VI c-J.
otany and In Zoology. Hamel-Smith: VI d-B. Jones;: V a Sp.-
ny ad in r' o M. de Vertoull; V a--D. do Vretull: V b
polaralhlp: ., F. Far- I,. ibrahim; IV a-W. scott; IV B.--C,
ll Is. lp .nG Oriffith; IV--C. Crevelle; IV d--0.
alH la Mahoney; III a ap.-O. wilson: III a-B.
f'EIICATES: P' ashlay; III b-M. WInter; III o--H.
sbong, E. A. Ahn, Daniel; nId--. AWses. R. Gibbs;: IIa
. AJntoni, 1. Ahe. p.-E do Verteull; II a-M. Phillip: It b
I. Slgr%'e, K. H. Bie Brito; --P do Labastld: II d-
f.;Dth., A. Boyce A. Akow: II .--C. Stone: II -r-P Madoo;
k ent, 4.. F. de* Prep. (al 0 Agoetinl; (b) L Cortes; (t)
tl. D. A. doe- V. Quesnel; (d) L. de Silva.
J. A. La Roes UM.
SMtthew. 0. R. Ming Prize presented by His Grace, the
4. A. Panntn, N. Archbishop of Port-.of-apin.
K. G. Poon Whey, S ecula Sub e-ts: H.C.-W. RichardLs
vameharan. M. R. Wkes, 8. arfan;: VI asp.-J,
lr, H. aR. -5 eper- Thomas, K. Tom, A. ilnanan; VI a-R.
I. T af. J. A. W2111=12, l6 Ash% L. Deaint; VIb--K.
P. A. TOoi-a-Su, Voes. L'. Look Loy, C. Valentine;
at. W i Iame VIIt-R. Deffe ao.er. J. Gonsaivee. K.
eitol- ,. 35. 1ats -. Josepb; VI d-1. Jones, D. Haqq. N.
E.h. P. Bernard, CooperW; V a Sp.-M. do Vertull. V.
IQobiningh, D,. dee Voeiull; V b--C. F
C. Borst, A. D. Plere, A. Palttin; V a-I. Messiah, H.

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At Funeral Of Judge's Wife i

Adult Clauses To Mark
Close Of First Term
The student body of the Adult
vmlOilmum wil maet oan
Wednmtdayt night at tiR QeOMS
Royal College to mark the elO
of their ftat to 's work. An
attractive program of shabort
plays and miUeal p1e0e Is be-
ing arranged.


Dies In City
Trinidad lost one of itsf mt
outstanding playrights In the
death of Mr. Arthur Reginald
Roberts, retired headteacher of
Nelson Street Boys' R.C. School
Mr Roberta collapsed at about
mtiday on 8a'urday and was taken
to the Colonial Hospital where he
Funeral took place at 4 pmn.
yesterday from his late resi-
dence on Park Street, to Rosary
Church and thence to Lapeyrouse
A man of considerable ability
and experience, Mr. Roberta gra-
duated from the Western Boys'
R.C. School, where he later be-
came headmaster. During 30 years
as headteacher, Mr. Roberta s served
in schools at Tobago, Guayaguar-
are and St. Joseph before he came
to Nelson Street In 1933.
It was while he was at St.
Joseph that Mr. Roberts started
as a playwright, and brought him-
self a Colony-wide reputation for
productions redolent with creole
Altogether he wrote 13 plays.
among them being "Obeah," which
has on many occasions played to
crowded houses in the city and
Retiring from the headmaster-
ship of the Nelson Street Boys'
R.C, School in October, 1941, Mr.
Roberts was shortly after ap-
pointed superintendent of the In-
stitute for the Blind, in which
post he remained for about two
years until January this year when
he became superintendent of the
Catholic Teachers' Training Hos-
tel, which position he held up to
the time of his death
Mr. Roberts has left to mourn
their loss his wife, Mrs. Stephanie
Roberts, two sons, Mr. Cecil Rob-
erts now In Canada, and Mr.
Gilbert Roberts; two brothers-Mr.
Llewellyn Roberts, city solicitor.
and Mr. A. C. Roberts, school-
master; and three sisters, Miss
Milly Roberts, Miss Edwina Rob-
erts and Mrs. Maude Hughes.
ter. H. Franklin, D. Barcant; IV a--R.
Smittler. a. Bharrath, L. McComle: IV hb--
C. Barker, J. stone. I. Melnloah; IV r -
P. Tewarl, C. Ammon, 8, Persad; IV d-
0. Charles. I. Waeinbterg, C. t. Cyr III a
gp.-.O. Wilson. C. St. Hill. L. Fartan;
III a-J. Penco, A. Marshall. T. Good-
ridge; III -- 8. Chang, H. Baptiste, 0.
Roberts; III --H. Pereira, X. Elias, C.
Rampersauld; III d-H. Superville.f Al-
s@e, S. Hay; II a Sp.-W. Samaroo, H.
Seignoret, K. Cazabon: II -K. Tennis,
H. Blaides, M. Philip; II b-H. Carter,
R. Matlunday. J. Baton; I c--b. Khan,
L. Beckies. L. Man Gut: II d--T. 5t.
Louis, A. de SouZA, C. Crevelle; II e-W.
-ay, B. Annisatte, EK. Slung; 11 f-P.
Madoo. R. King; Prep: (a) B. McCartney,
C. Agoetanl, 0. Cockburn; (b)hi: H. Achim,
M. Telfer, K. Vowles; (c): 0. do Verteull,
J, O'Dowd, N. Xavier: (d): I. LDevaux,
. Hiamel-Smith, R. Mootoo.
H.O.: F. LUppmann. V. Quenel. .
Harnarafan: VI a 8p.-D. doe Santos. A.
Awon. J. Thomas; V a Sp.- L. Chow" Long,
A. Pantin; IV a-R. Smith: III a-K.
Commislog., R. Chukaree, W. Inca, C. 8t.
Hill; II a Sp. ---K. Cazabon, A. Alleyne,
A. Philip; II a--m. Mohammed.


The ummous* accden (M
reportedinthedailyprMes --
caused by children getting
MOM to harmful drugs, should serve as a
waning to parents never to keep dangerous
preparations within their reach.
The $4 t of all asteaptics and germi-
Few ecth gr mcides e harmless,
and unlem they ae harmknMe they are not
s*a for humm use.
DOXOOZ is so harmless that even
child a ouse i tafely, and yet it is deadly
im dJinswm -

Dfa- en

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RA.F. Man who was
"Nervy and Irritable"

TM -B NdoBarrage-one of
L Britas many protectionS
against enemy bomber,-;s not a
peaculabreaich of the R.A.F.
ewlifseban ecxtimnonoe, and
th mean who serve in it have to be
il ip-op coditioa. One of them
writes :-"
"Three moathi ago I joind the
aBellme Siange, having sa e5sy
ecuspasioa 6xr which makes grat
demands e es bhealt. For the
few betagfalaaIn-gedl Thee
I baps w 4sdiesin beess. The
rit of sip had work ad
h a lsa*smhoc bt, ad I
a .u aem s, inevt! hsadk 0in-
Mbhs. I b eabossh lKsusab
My coot ktioa Iwai wuand s
voiditrr aiit yIW Ica 00M~
Umis as Bom N& s'YeIL

Half the ills which afflict humaonty
can be traced to oe root CuSM.
That cause is internal alugwae :
flum mto keep the inside e from
pommnus wste matter. Auto-
toxemia or slf-poisoning, a th*
Ineable penalty.
Krusche. n SaW is Nature 's pe
f6oramtaitain ao andimatfseiiaMi
twissiness. Kruschena sunilbsc
your .internal orgtu to watios,
regu& salon. Your insde is dma
kept due of thee impurities w*ch,
9 ilowad "e sccuaiulu, lower the
whole kne o th e system.
&At Knch haain aom d :a t

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O S-W Iso sai,'1-



Hun"eds of sympathisers, including a representative of His Ex-
cellency the Acting Governor, the Hon'ble A. B. Wright, attended the
funeral in the city last Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Vere Vinoent
Browt, wife of His Honour Mr. Kenneth Vincent Brown, First puisne
Jude, who passed away at her home No. 1 Taylor Street, early the
sam morning......
Led by seven priests, cross-bear-I--------
er, and acolytes, the lengthy pro- Ralph and Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. A.
cessionr which went from the house Lynch and family, Oeo. Cabral and fam-
cession which went from the-house Mr. and Jiro, W. Celestain, Mr. and
of mourning for the funeral r- M. .u M r.an Mr. d Mrs. H, r.-ar
vice at St. Theresa R.C. Church., inh. Mr. Murray and family. Joe and
and then on to Lapeyrouse Come- aollmea. the president and members of
--- *- ...... l. the Bar Associatlon, Audrey's Kxclusive
t.ry. included Councillor n. 0. e... mShopie. Dr. Cyril and Dr. Cecil
Wooding, Lthe City Mayor. with Gittens. Sir Lennox and Lady O'Reilly.
nany members of the Legislature, Winie,* Gertle. C-tl and Ralph, Cecilia
t h 4 ', d ,q w 3 t u r a M 8 0 1 a n d Z o tl c e l. t h e C o m m i a~ lo no r o f I n la no d
the judiciary, o the gal and m Revenuendl- d si. taff Mr. and Mrsf. I nd
cal profetssiomns a ld various brlach- Agotinl. Mr. and Mrs. W. Oregoro. J.
es of the public ervice. D. Sellise & Co.. Mr. and Mrv. L. C.
HIs Excellency was represented Hannay nand family. Walter and Vie,
by Capt. Harding Clarkei, the Gov- M Trinidad Law Soc. ietyld. y ad
oy~~tp**SJ^?tTr^neda '"aw 8Gaiet"""Ky, Polly "d
ernor's AD.C. at the funeral. Hector. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Haml-Smtllh,
Among others in the prooesielon wars: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bowen and family.
on'bl* I rroi do. Santo. lthe Acting Mr. and Mrs. C. Ralasar Surre and fam-
Colonial secretary; OouedliGIr M. 0. B. ly. members. Trinidad Police. Mr. JIn.
Wooding, thO City Mayeor: His Honour tUice and Mrs. Blackall, Mr, J.istice Hal.
W. B. Biackall. the Chief Justice; HI llnan. Smith Robertsmn & Co.. Cecl..
Honour Sir Alan Collymors. Chief Justicel Eddy and family. Mr. nd Mrs. Cyril
of Barbado.; Mr. Justice 3rte Hlllnsn. Fiotchsr, the Incorporated Law 8ociety.
the Hon'bl, Er Lennox O'Reilly. the O1 arid Marjornie Johnson. Mr. end Mr.s,
Hon'ble V. Warton, the Hon'ble C. A. Child. Rosalind and Viucente,. Stlla
George do Nthrlig. Mr. C. T. W. E. Wor-. and Marie. Chairman. Seertery e- I !,
rll. Aettg Soicitor. General; Mr. W, brs, Rent Assesament Board; Slim ad
J. Andre. Mr. A. J. Hamilton,. Mr. A. Junem Dalton. Harry Walker A. t .
H. L. Masson. MT. Keith Oordon, lr. and familly, Marie and Ivan l iAughii.,
W'. H. Harri. magistrates: Lsut.-ol. Edith and Freddie, O'0onnell and len, I
]rskine-Lindop, Commissioner of Pollce: Daphne Ftswilliam. the Commlttlief. and
Capt. 0. W. Canrr. Supt. of re Brlgade; members, Qtteen's Park Cricket Cluh. Mr.
Mr. W. H. Farrell, Town Clerk; Mr. G. 0. M. O'Reilly, the staff. Ithe Agrlcni-
Murchian Rigsby, Deputy Town Clerk: tural Bank and Cocoma Board. Mr. 0, P.
Major R. Marcanno. City Medlcal Officer Bennett, Dr and Mrs. Vernon Marquez.
of Health. Mr. and Mrs H. Hope-Rnes and family,
Bearers were: Mr. K. Vinenot-Browan, Hush". Hilda Cnd Addle, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Oecar idgitoll. Mr. Charles Edgehill, C. La Croix, the Anihony family, the
Mr. Keith Bdgshill, Mr. Wlltfred Vincent- Moore'.
Brown. Mr. Bruce Harrles,. Dr. Erwin Members of the Trinidad Turf Chib
Boucaud. and Mr. Clarence Edgehlll. Vincent And Jocelyn Camps. Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Vincent-Brown leaves to mourn GoO P. Brtd. Mrs W Abhiullah and the
their los hir husband.' Mr, Justice K. girls, Rita and Jark. linrla Butler. Mrs.
Vincent-Brown; Mrs. Helen Edgehlll, Mrs. Laon Nivel ddie nd Elsie., Rieardo.
William Clarke, Mrs. Oscar Edgehill, Mrs. Blanctf and little Slcghan; Albertlna,
Bruce Harrties, Mrs. Keith Eddhill. Mise George and Frank Erdihll. A Then irana,t
0. Vincent-Brown, Ma Vincent. and family, directors and staff Arenjlue
Brown. Miss Florenc CorMbit. Mins Ida Estate, ltd r.eirge Mr. and Mrs. Tong.
Cornbl., MissesnMille. Viola, Sybti. Jeanne and the In,,, Irm, And liin,,
Evelyn, Marts and El& VBoiesud. Mrs. D'Arcl, Mr, and Mrs. C. Stout. Mr. and
5telta Dopeon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. C 0 li'tbbon. J.ohn and Mlv" Leern-
dgsehlll, Missae rnc and Jean Edge.- man', Mr. and Mrs. Gaaton Johntont and
hllahlld Mr. Jimmy adJehlll. family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Virentinl,
ertie sand Carmen. Mr and Mr J
WREATHS Arthur Procope, Mr Cnnriel Wntermnn
Mr. H. I. lJeffters and Msls A. Jeffers.
Wreaths sad other floral tributes were Bato Plros,
sent by her loving husband, her loving WMrs. ;e. r.Fungt, Mr And Mrs. Jock
moter (Wa. iWe ndchler. Geo. Duncan T.y or. r n
motNert, AcOar. Elsiend family. Charlie, Mrs. J. A Tsrdleu and family, Mrs J.
Keith, so Iu dthekids,ClarenceVeirs, Mis sGladys Richard,, Fitawtllem,
and Solta Bruec and Helen, Francis and Stone & Airazar, Mr. and Mra Sidney
family. Leonard, Eileen and the children: adMi,, VdnaynviMe r.
..... Liddelow,, Vil'lan and Avis Metivier, Kitty
S-and Shorty Lernolre. Mary and Winston,
SMr. and Mre Frank Peters. Commissioner
Court Officer of the Trinidad Police Fore,
Tunapuna Court Mr. and Mrs co. F. Huggin, Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. carter and fani,.,, t.,Ia ani
Expresses Sympathy Jofre Chambers, Mr.. and Mrs. Frank
Lobo. Mr. and Mrs. Liis Ar~aleqiieto,
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. verard, Management (Inmlttee o1 ihe
TUNAPUNA, July -Sym Trnldad" Trf Clu-b. andy Mason. and
u"APU- A, July 2,---ym- Sylvia and fydney R utn.
pathy of the Magistrate's Court
here with Mr. Justice K. Vi- i--n.
cent-Brown, over the death of B P ro d
his wife. was moved tismorn- .. To produce
ing bY Mr. C. S. Assee, senior
barrister-at-law present. VeneerAndlywood
Inspector Wright, on behalf VeneerAndPlywood
of the Police, joined in the Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
pression of sympathy, )RE WN 1 ire an
According to request of Mr. GEORGETOWN lBv Air Mali)-
A g rMr. One enterprising sawmill concern
A.see, Mr. B. W. Celestain, pre- In Brltis Guiana has acquired ma-
siding, stated that a 1 tter of chery in Canada and plans to
codlnewould be forwarded h'nery In Canada and plar.s to
condolennc would be forwarded manufacture veneer and plywood.
to Mr. Justice Vincent-Brown. The new plant wtll be established
-on the site of production. Other
Mrs'. Wright. the onfficers and members sawmlling firms are also planning
of the BR.C.S. Detachment 8, Lieut. and to remove thAr mills to the sites.
Mrs. R. J. McCowan, Mr. and Mrs. E,
Campbell Alleyne, Ida and the Boucauda. of production after the war.
Willie and Helena and Tony and Enld. -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. Knox. V. E. Henry and
family, the de Lima family, Lina Jenvey ON HOLIDAY
and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hatt. M,.
Mr. and Mrs. Fakoory and family, Major Mr. Robert Grinnell, who re-
Simptoo, the staff of the Registrar. SU- cenl resigned from the Post of
prime Court; Herman. Delphlna and fenm Ch a 1an of the Planning and
ly. Dennsa. Aria and Mrs. A. McCarthy. Housing Commission, is holidaying
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waterma, Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Lee Lmn, J. Pred Cam- InI Tobago, the "Trinidad Guar-
eron. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lee Lum, Louts, dian" learned yesterday.
Gwen and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0 V It IS understood thnt he left here
Lindon, Mr. and Mrs. A.' B. Wright, Don.
aid and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. d< last week-end and Is on pre-
Fre*tas and family, J. B. Fernandez. retirement leave.


Very Strong and Durable



Standar Mie
Amurame eo.
stNablwbed iN the Wet
Inde mfr yearo.m
Marine lquamr P.O.&

An unavoidable

void .
While victorious armies
strenuously engaged in
winning the war have
to be fed, we know you
will understand that
Wall's Sausages will
not be available to the
public until peace is

The tin to
look for
after the war



8c Saddle Road,
Tuesday, 1st August,
1M4-LM p.m.

Instructed by P. 0. SSingh, Ksq.,
who Is leaving for the USA.. we
will Bie such good and usef items
immaons Beds with Aumbr
King Springs, Beauty Mt Mat-
tr and Plltowsa CW. Mawored
Wardrobe, COra& La D eW and
Stool, M.T. a80t4. a bedom
Table, Medicine OsChet,
Table and Chain C Ct d=
Dinner Sets, Crap. Ohm. Ceabnet,
L.O and Slverwarem Olanare,
Oyp Sideboerd. 8-Burn On
Stove. Bras Waren Scale and
Weights, cupboard. Po~ahtt
Broom, Garden Table and Chair,
Lawn Mower, Cedar Writing Deik,
2 Rof Fencing Wire. Book-Can
and Books, Show Oases for Jewel-

Reading~ Lamp, 6 .Sae a
Bukbis, Ohm Span~s a Iand i
DUMBe Rewni k "dg PBot k(
ehine. sleet* ing Machi-,
0 Radlogram and 3C. "rMdM.
TM new boal BD-ow.
ltta ve ay p= to dyd"
morniug of Sale eia~S-

10" -46 cIViUXiMS,

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On loaM tmn *e3.M0 to M155 at 6% pe annu.
OR lans upwarsta a W$01a "to NM.et i% wer Bum.
On I u"upwards of M.- ieehrates.
ror Dartcular apply to-

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at the service of the Empire.

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biad, were aMplFi- w Wh

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Problem Of Poland Causes
IRift In European Lute
PUBING the past few days the Rus-
sian news bulletins of successes
aksnt the occupying Nazis In Poland
kvauriably have been preceded by the
Umtian and Polish national anthems,
and It seems a pity that there should be
ven a msuggetion of friction between
the Polish Oovernment-ln-Exile In Lon-
don and the Polish Committee of Libera-
tin. Surely this is not the time for such
things. The merits of what Is after all a
domestic political squabble do not thrill
those who are' giving blood, sweat and
tears to destroy the world's greatest
mDemy before he destroys them. Much
valuable time has gone already in Iron-
Ing out the creases in the political fabric
of France, Greece, and Yugoslavia, and
bow this trouble abou, Poland comes
The Polish question may not be
easy of settlement for Russia has spon-
sored the Liberation Committee as
against the Government-in-Exile. and
1he Baltic republics are impressed. Bri-
ain takes a detached attitude, for al-
ibough she gave asylum tc the Polish
cabinet when war broke out and ren-
Jiered inestimable help to the late General
lkorskyin his great effort to keep the
iMlenalism of his country alive, Britain
Steadfastly declines to interfere in the
"L2ernal politics of Poland or any other
atilon. That indeed Is the declared policy
f the United Nations, and one of the
Cardinal principles of the Atlantic Char-
- When the countries one by one were
jeing overrun by the Nazis, Britain
3itended the hospitality of her own
little island to whoever sought it, and
thinn her shores some s.,mblance of
governmentt has been carried on by the
:koles, the Norwegians, the Dutch, the
elglans. the Greeks, the Yugoslavs, and
te French. In addition "free" societies of
Wwc nations, even of Germany and
y, have been set up. Britain gave,
l m all carte blanche-of course, con-
bistent with security and the war effort
-to do as they pleased. It was a r.ner-
tus gesture and quite spontaneous, but
.whether Britain would do quite the same
.agaln In similar circumstances is another
.matter, for it has required time for diplo-
matic activities which she would much
rather spend in getting on with the war.
So far as Poland is concerned, the
head of the Polish Cabinet in London
;h"a gone to Moscow or may it not be
Warsaw?-to talk over the matter with
the Liberation Committeo. This certainly
is a step In the right direction and may
produce good results. But If the hours
that will be spent in consultations were
.applied to getting Poland's agriculture
under way again and her industries re-
started, there might be considerably less
call from that country on the United
.Natos' rehabilitation resources when
peace comes. When th- Polish people
have work to do and bread to eat, then
will be the time to hold elections on demo-

it ~~' As e,! i
crtmsa e ,t* t tMr *
fairs. noewa
itls WOPV Ss-19 the

it ofe o n w*tll fm ifi .a the
tasks In hand f wolly odbhMn.
Brave Polai"o. of uae u n the
frte wMld, ip 4 re ition o thef eore
the countryy sw-. 4eohd YTug.
l*av Ibm ni Chetniks are fighting Par-
temunu an# fp nd loyalty to King
Peter's Gove ` 1l0na-Agne in Cairo is
professed be neither. Here again the
Soviets have stepped .ft, (or Marshal
Stalin has presented a word of honour
to Marshal Tito, leader of the Yugoslav
Partisans, in appreciation of their heroic
stand against the Nazis.

Tobago Freight Requires
Warehouse At Quayside
THE war has hampered expansion of
the Tobago steamer services, but it
appears from the report of a committee
of the Chamber of Commerce adopted
by the general meeting last week that it
need not be allowed to prevent better
arrangements being made for loading
and unloading.
The Harbour Engineer drew up a
memorandum on the subject last April,
recommending the use of the contraband
control shed for storing freight, and the
berthing of the steamers alongside the
Harbour Master's office, which would
require the wharf frontage to be widened.
But the Government apparently thought
the scheme impossible in war-time. The
committee, however, discovered this re-
port in the course of its inquiry,
and considered it a practical solution
for the bottleneck at the St. Vincent
Jetty, and the unsatisfactory conditions
shippers and consignees experience .
That these deplorable conditions
exist is not open to question, and Mr.
Alfred Mendes drew attention to one of
their results in a letter we published the
other day, in which he referred to the
loss of cocoa through exposure to the
weather. The committee summarized
other disadvantages, including waste of
time through congestion on the jetty,
which is too narrow.
The Hllon'ble George de Nobriga, who
represents Tobago in the Legislative
Council, told the Chamber of Commerce
that 2,485 first class passengers were
carried last year compared with 1,660 in
1932; there were 2,024 passengers in the
second class a against 1,164; and deck
travellers totalled 27,207, an increase of
about 281 per cent over the 1932 figure
of 7,133. In the last 12 years the freight
carried by the steamers from Trinidad
to Tobago has increased 111 per cent,
and 59 per cent in the opposite direction,
but little or no provision has been made
for this development. The Tobago Corn-
munications Committee in 1939 recom-
mended the acquisition of a third vessel
to meet the expanding traffic, but the
war intervened. Is there any reason,
however, why the cargo handling should
not be adjusted meanwhile?
Merchants nowadays are becoming
disinclined to accept orders from Tobago
because of delay on the jetty, and it is
time for something to be done. A ware-
house would allow freight to be sent for
storage in advance of steamer sailings
to facilitate loading. We hope the Gov-
ernment will accept, the advice of its
Harbour Engineer in this respect, and
the endorsement of the Chamber's com-
mittee, who know the conditions at first



ThLe s Te.

mvwe 96 te 93 aJ6 oa~emdm

SW* Be gemov .ed?

TEM FAlKw. n* Gmfan.",
An Mw ,is @l~ly nor o jn-j
- smt bhn. -qrn-
S n *6 imSi

th R6ft wnJt -o a nae mak-'

Ing. which will cerwrlny restorxe
happy days spin.
y .r s.pe .rsons depend-:
n On Coke -Makingeextra
Should Be Remoyed?

TIM ometor. Twhihad gveenrt should.
La flour tIs auaigly now obtain-

dwany~s when nemicn~lorslienltnisthre-~
porbted to be qi n somewhat pre-
valent in th opinion so y. ma

the restrtction or ban on cake mak-'

Imm w which will c ertaiy rstaore
The a dtr "TriIdad Guardi.n.
Many respectable persons depend-

Hved on cake-aking for thome estoppntrag

of labouer-immigrants coming to
thisncome which Government hould
mentider particularly in that arese
dayher when unemployment re-

There aye thousands of people In[
portehis sd whto be again somewhaent pbake-
valent in third ouolony.Erv Wet In-
Part-of -Spain

an who Immigrants desirWho Overstay
Trinidad i t to deposit $Guardiand'
his 'plane passage, plus ptoppno
ofgraph, stamps and taxi fares. Yet
this island. I 2~ope that Govern-
ment will round up those that are

There are thousands of people from other islands
with passports twho should be sent backr to
ato their ountrv. Eve in Trinidad,
diwho pay the aptainrous of schooners
Trn$5d and whentld odhey reach this islt 100 and
'hla 'plane passage, plus photo-j
graph, stamps and taxi fares. Yet
there are people from other Islands
with passports to see a doctor or to
aee about their eyes In Trinidad.
who pay the captain of a schooner
55. and when they reach this Island

Errol L.

Control Boord Notice


Do* Santos,
Acting ColonIsl WM




Have you a dry goods store, a
barber shon,. a pharmacy, a
commission agency, a refresh-
ment parlour, a motor ,arage-
or any other business, large or
small, in any part of Trinidad
or Tobago?
Then it will pay you to get
your name listed in the "Guard-
ian" classified directory, which
wUfl be widely circulated here
and abroad.
This Is a free service. Thjere
Is no charge whatever for listing.
But you must act quickly.
The directory is now in prepar-
ation, and names received late
will not be Included.
All listings must be on forms
supplied free from the "Guard-
ian" office.
If you have already received
P form, complete and return it
without delay. If you have not
had a form, you may secure one
on request.
When opportunity knocks,
the wie man responds immedi-
ately. Tomorrow may be too late
-act now and put your hbieness
in the "Guardian" classified
they leave" a seven days' passport
at the ofl, c and give their address-
ex as one place and live at n-
rfth'r. They give another name aF
few das later.
You ca. hear them .ayIng, "I am
an outsider, but I came here seven
years ago.'" That. is going on all the
time. If Government should start
to take steps to send them beck.
they would have to get a troop ship
to take them home, and that would
not be enough.

Constructive Criticisms
The Editor. "Trinirltd iiiuardian'.
When thrl'e is jui t!t Iction. there
appears a great ideal of criticism in
the "Trinidad Giuardian"
Why not start something to. In-
duce the public to offer c:nstrtuct-
lye criticism and suggestions that
they themseihes would be able to
appreciate? Somelhinm should be
done to aid ,people to contribute
to, and dcvelcp their p]i'Mbllities.
San Frernando.

Points From Letters :
SHIOrKEEP iMrR Manialla,: We
suffer transportation hardsthips as
there is only one 'bits daily for
travel to Arima. and Sangre
Geoande. It is difficult for people
living in thi district, to attend
court. at Sangre Grandc or to ihop
lIn Por t-of-Spain.
V. I. M. (Port-of-Spaln): The
dreaded spectre of unemplonympnt,
busily rearing its head. L.s chal-
lenged by the effects of officials In
the West Indies to secure lucrative
jobs for hundreds in the UB.A.
Some colonies of the West Indies
should be complimented on having
secured grants from the Colonial
Welfare and Development Fund to
Improve their educational Instittu-
thon& What about Trinidad in
them rellpects?

0Efl01 30*5 NOTW IAauer 1.fj
Import And Export ari -
Control Replatioms. Charge R%"

Which Import not be Bol Pby
Sh Commpetent AuM'y.
= Iowa In a" Bt oydl 00114" ofA t-
2" Doeberr u ta ee IS be

Album (photograph s, tamp, Bottle PW vde m
toC0apb &c.) Fancy stationery.
P0tyoment $I*t. menu card 2 Bottue Perd" 3sL
n^t dor niknowelttes papr 1p Bottle una (te le
h dkercheVt paper plat, pa- 1 wna
per sau..Tr, paper taUle clotsa". *- 19 CPA
programme, visiting cardT, christ- I Bottle Maaw AI A
mas crs *=6r cseadmda, dwovertis- 4 BOttl Black Lab -
=1R matter, tad catalogues. pr
ists and m r (e- 1 Dot Eagtlebrang
cept In cuaee where a rto 4 Bottles OocktaJUl 1M( ,
is made by the Importer to the Jk
effect that no ~n d w il eave t* 2 oti Joker hfadtng
Colony directly or Indiretly in t Bottle Rua (t aW
section with s calendars. I Bot1 p ro Rn
advertletg matter, trade cata-
logues, price lists and similar pub- 1% Bottles Stades.
L SPENCM, R. A. Erskine-Lim-
Secretary, Control Board. Ag C omKisnermu
Ol Post Office Bullding, As. Coms
7 St. Vincent Street. Polce Headquarters,
Port-of-Spain, 14 '5
28th July. 1944. 4th July, 1044.


NOTICE In hereby given that tender are Invited 41
construction and equipment ready for use of a modern
Laentille for the accommodation of and use b1 both lan b
aircraft, Including the dredging of an approach channel a
reclamation and dressing 'to final level, construction of li
retaining walls and embankments, roadways, canals, drai
and sub-soil) bridges and administration buildings fully
ready for service, complete with electrical and meteorol l
lions and works In connection therewith.
The Contract documents can be Inspected at the o Ac
Planning and Housing Commission. 3. St. Vincent Streeoo
Spain, where copies of drawings Noe. 1 to 12 can be seen.
Contractors will be required to give security by one
sureties In the sum of $0.000.
Tenders close at noo2 on the 7th September, 14. I
Tenders to be addressed to the Colonial Secretary,_
Port-of-Spain, marked on the outside of the envelope "
Airport at Laventille, Trinidad," and If sent by post, shAi
The Government do not bind themselves to accept
or any tender, and will not assign any reason for the i
any tender,


tin A
abjub 4
mv 40

The Btnetenth eituryf trowned free trade
Measmures o f form. aid eorn laws top-
erred werninI that sham* wa to the
It wos the era ot the elt-made man.
Samuel sIls proclaimed his glory to s
Ap5otW5 Sb worth. *nid r.ctun!'.< emu-
A" his worth ,Ian vinsed am l- IN
A great tWdvortial p-ch hii-i iwglin. t
And ltN e wmt tumGbling on by OC.
As Darwti 54m *mS's kinship lh tbe
Meredit tt thus M-es q ive r ott*shatpe.
The WlIth. 1.rs r.e sem e super--
A legeidary I". land a Heorb M4I",.
"Trade folsetd the sag"in" now-doet t
"Alrs tifl wt t he world," Bohb row
A Ne w ftalne 4oni01- the eresmie lew-
riito l --rOUven0" must uk ,for
U tSslW W setmi-s--We hters tlowsd!
T'rT' Im Hood rn| the shtrt ai
eno- tie shrour.l
"'forwrtrd. tt, ruran"." hear yo9S
Teannyion Cill
RaWtlia r o'tr lt. miortlanrs ighh'rlntS
Loeketey Hall.
An dmllO enskit'd theM rao presss"
to sre".
elloedltagwets It le the*--1ew1s istOA-
htr st oet.
4taislitrle" t- la silo" alloys moo
blumdar tBada..
#"ilt denying the xngWl to iorifv U,. Clay. I
HNirs of that enturyin t myriad wiys;
lt glans an conqu,t; t Fe a tm stoe d: iladln for what Is
em 4 trie ans tot s teis' years
New fath. new ared. artis to over-
'rMe bersiels o~f sheeroarsgox-
Tew. tkend4 dsbt. domed to e ut-.
Wben e. deeaftsll more thsit eergM
heve vnleode:
Age Siletes. ?oatM, tMe many-.Mdod
1s 1, ialv.le
mpamaled by the studest to ike musti.
"on of muoeulM
*toilS IU ___iuoi
Oe the tourism. with L "VeIs te hbi
A imausl aueumpp.
am wuad.

Nazism Faces the Abyss

Discovery Day

Columbus Found Trinidad
Is 1% A -N-% P" W%

In Search Of R
On his third voyage to the New
World Christoper Columbus dis-
covered Trinidad on July 31, 149
Still hoping to find a route to their
east by sailing west, Columbus,
steered a south-westerly course onI
this vosvage, and would have hit
the hump of Brazil If he had per-!
severed another week or two. I
With no certainty of making land
before his depleted water supply
was exhausted, he changed his!
course and ran north towards their
islands he had discovered on his
neevious voyages, and sighted land
which turned out to be the Island
of T inidad.
The first land sighted was three
hill peaks on the southeast coast
of Trinidad, now called the "Three!
Sts:ers" in the Trinity range. On|
ircouint of sighting three peaks at,
lie :,me time, some Trinidad au-r
thorities suiggst he called the land
he sighted Li Trinidad, but Spanish
otihorities with actual documents
written at the time of the voyage,
lt;-le that before starting he had
deficnted his voyage to the Trinity,
1hcenc the name Trinidad.

route To East
Parais, which he called the Gulf of
Whales, on account of tne jarge
number of whales spouting In its
waters. Anchored off the Icacos
peninsula, he is recorded as saving
his shin from a tidal wave Ly cut-
ting his anchor rope, and losing
an anchor.
The Icacos peninsula is a sand
oank at no point more than a few
feet above high water mark, and
the sand bank advances and re-
cedes hundreds of feet in parts dur-
ing a single life time.
Under those conditions, it Is not
surprising that digging a main
drain on the Constance Estate, the
property of the Agostlnl family, an
anchor claimed to be Columtbus's
anchor was found burled under feet
of sand. Exhibited as Columbus's
anchor at the Columbus exhibition,
as also at Chicago. the anchor
caused considerable controversy
among experts, but was generally
admitted to be the type of anchor
used in Columbus's time, so if we
cannot prove that the anclWcr now
exhibited In the grounds of the
Victoria Institute, was Columbus'sl

Beautiful Land anchor, the opposition cannot prove b--- t l
Columbus describes the land he that it was not.isereby notified that licces
raw and coasted along In a westerly will now be granted for imports-
direction, a most be ful ee. Leftti o o ctricLight bulb ir M OI
liretion aea... Lef the United S~tate Of America,
which must be discounted, as our te State Amric
south coas cannot be compared to Leaving Icacos. Columbus explor- L. SFENC&,
our north coast or other pslanr ed our gulf .ond it opposite shore Secretary, Control Board.
Discovered by Columbus an prett in Veneitela. which makes him, the Old POst O e BuildingsF
voaes. Any, and ~ av Would~r~ 4h Pos Offlce Buildingg W
voyages. Any' land would ha experts agree, the discoverer of 7, at. Vincent Street,
appeared beautiful to Columbus South America and not Amnerlgo Port-of-apal
short of water, in Ill health, a Vespucci, to whom the honour cf
exhausted with the monotony of having the continent named after 29th July, 1944.
his voyapR. Looking for a e rea him was lven., for a voyage made '---
in our Southern Rangewhere 'c i e time ter t Col- LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF M AD AND
river was likely to run to the sea considerable time after that of Col-
Columbus discovered one, sent liis umbus. Council Chm
crews ashore, and filled his water The fact that the natives, called
casks. Arawacks. whom Columbus con-,
Both Monjw and Erin hav iucn acted on cur South coat. had PRIVATE I T I T
breaks, and the Inhabitants of each necklaces of pearls and gold nug- *PRIV B ILL B I 1
claim to be the site of oolumbus' gets. influenced the colonisation oft IN THE LEGISLATIVE COU W
first landing, but while the waters Trinidad and its history to a great
of the Moniga River are brackisn extent.
for a considerable distance from Fernando De Berrlo, who estab- Atentlon Is invited to the Private Bill Intltti
fron the sea, and evidence in the listed St Joseph. and Sir Walter "AN ORDINANCE for the Incorporation pf a Board Of T
form of a large Indian Midden, in-! Raleigh were attracted to cur slating of the Presidents of the Sanatana Dharni
dictres a large Indian population shores In their search for the land s o the Presdent of th Sana a harm
at that time. of El Dorado in Venezuela. where trol, the Hindu Sanatam Dharam Association, Tue I
As Columbusia records seeing pro-' thenuggets were supposedtocome Association and the Ayra Pratlnldhl Sabha of2r)
vision gardens in which corn, or from, and where cities were said to
Indian maie, was discovered for be paved in gold. After exploring Coakman appointed by the ad Presidents" -
the first time before landing, tIe! our gulf, Columbus sailed through a
writer and experts of the Smith- northern Boca and eventually re- which is being published in th- Royal Gazette in pursue
sonar. Institute acceptt Erin as the turned to Spain, quite Ignorant of ing Order No. 54 of the Standing Orders of the Legisls
point where Columbus filled his the fact that the lands he had dis-
cask.s, even though he might have covered were not half way to his The following statement of the general nature and A
made a previous landing at Moruga original destination, the East in.. Bill as set out in the Objects and Reasons appended
t _of W ae1s The Intrepid Magellan, greatest published in accordance with the abovementUoaed Staui
Gulf o W a navigator of all time, was to have

Rounding the Icacos Polnt the honour of discovering the west- OBJECTS m AND REASONS
through the Serpent's Mouth. Co-i erm route to the East by rounding In February 1942 a Committee wua appointed be b i ,h
lumbus anchored in the Gulf of Cape Horn. to make recommendations for the payment oN o
grants to religious denominations other than thoee wM1l
S ch ol Lea vig Age Sho Id B 18 receing grants on a per capital basi out of public ad.
vchoool Leavng A e o ul d e 18 mittee recommended that provision should be made or 1
S- to the Hindus and Muslims of grants determined on th
This article is published a iCbri.itlanity dons intend to over- as the grants paid to Christian denominatloLs and that M
an individual contribution to |throw mass production from itsa should in eaca case be paid, subject to certain conditions t-
the education questton which lusurped pace as mv-ter. antd t.) Jsentative Board of Trustees duly Incorporated by law.
we do not neowsfly endorse, send it back to its rightful place
hut whBk may oree s dao. as faithful servant. Provision for the payment of grants in accordance wit
So *The history of this fight will commendations of the Committee was made In the BtilttAf
FROM A CORRSPONDENT. show that the question has never! Colony for the years 1943 and I1%4.
Our educational problem began really been "what shall we teach?"
In 1844 with the coming In of mass It does not take parents a century The object of this Bill is to incorporate a Board of
production. It became acute as to find out what to teach l chid:en. administer the grant which It is proposed to make to the
from cl0w when niss production The bon- of contention has al- any other fund which may from Ume to time be entrusted
accelerated isA speed ana extended ways been the leaving age. Scores, In the Board of Trustees for the purpose of promoting
its power, Or, to put these histo- of lesser Issues have side-tricked reigious and orwise of the i oommtnjty. It i
W ~ i 0^o~e'rwthi n crucialpont, trom cpy books religous and otherwiseoif the Hl rical facts in other words, when this crucial point, from copy books the Board of ustees should consist of the
me production enabled the skill to the style of the school house. th Bod rd ot Trio tees should clnd t or the PrTld5ElmUn
ed few to exploit the unskilled and]dThe leaving age re mind almost Bodies mentioned hl the Bill and their alucos nn be
,mnl-ailled. many, for the sake of untouched. Chairman who shall be a Hindu and h be a inted
material gain true education w.s When war brought about the in- Presidents and their successors In office by a majority i
displaced. Homes exited to main- evitabl show-down, the evil i of
itai the factory rather than fac- mass production were laid bare. Clause 2 of the Bill Is the Clause providing for Ohe
tory to maintain the homes rho world suddenlly saw how g-,e- of the Board of Trustees, and this clause contains pro
The timmedite result of mass rations of the youth of a continent foundd In legislation of this character namely that the
production was that parents had'uhad been enslaved, and how our tees shall have perpetual succession, may Mean be ai
to work long hours frr a bare liv- ownS youths were being swallowedinthe Colony and shall heads a common
Ing- -not for life--an were con- up. Th e. d there our nation tim te be c han b th e a of r ees,
trained to bring In thd the poison, a te to to be chaud by thet Boad of Ta.
stoaihelp tohem. Thusnthebsirckilron- school-leaving age of 1is r.on
to help tf aher. Thus the basc pr.. n, a statute book. oClauses38 and 4 also contain provisions usua1t found il
hdren" wa ther mall machmr The Atlanti Chartert o abi of thi dcracter conferring on the Board of Trade" power
lab r' wca r otued t t J oiet, In, but it Is not as bi as ttee etd dispose of personal property etc.
it wastheeidght attin Itd eba tita age of 1 For even this
labour which around ISIRoaIttv age of 18. For even thin
-the only power which can s Wb .aw I. tthe new order canl a ue I of the Bi emplise with Article -Xi 1f of
~thu ~ ~~e evi ma ro -t implemented only by those who atrutions to the Governor of the Colony dated Oth J0111
ave the children.II T u -ban our have been truh, educated., rir e that every Bill, not being a Government mesatllie
present educational eyn m whict The Atlantic Charter means free- si.ec or benaft some particular pemon, isoegtwlu or
nt trueducational tmom for youth to have its full hallu contain a etioa savin the tItS ot Hiat MeSty. I
c not true education ht a moin- benefl t inside the school, just as Successors all bodies politic and ceporate end al Otl Je
promise. much as it mesat the adults r me t i Billeand
Christiani yoomprosse t n It- mean that- .h adults as are mentioned in tn those cIsti i e1,
this formoindustr for theom In tleir l them. Th oal Instruons to er
ofmechid~n ,;+m~mIm thed school. i ;_" ~ m mSt
of he children, a accepted the e s-i h maea grat m ta sette Nxtrordnary dated 20th June, (1141 (s6
best condition it could e ThiS tf we think that 1. as schoolIeavw
c o n d it io n w a s a s c h o o l s s t m 1 4 9 a g o i s a t n e w d i. ,s c v l'er v '. .T. 'e
which turned away the child at athel ,in

cSonditon w8as an sho arita ysmner I s~ a0**11?4 mewI disovry The-- c, LUiU
age of perception. This low lheiv- n .iP* iohag been known and act-1,
ina age has been the impreguablei clild sine men and women hadd.....
fortress of the evils of mane ldren. It would be difcultto
duction for a century. Oro-'"any tribe or nation who knew
1 younger age than I8 as the1
Neither side afxed on the ages of' --e _rnntng of manhood
15 or of1nani ianarbitrary Wumaner.r uthisIs t ru of more s Im GRle
I.Avtnd school at 15 meant that Latoesie-- gad c... ao
the child must take the low tead of ti--=. h-ow -.ta our
plifte. Ieavnat d mittat that the U~ev. 'o w.much_ More ought we toI"
lfe L gtIen n aty tdivid ual vouth the' Rr '
child will take the high rol ,lles t hant an be.. t of.
The rulers of mass reduction .rsan for tuition a -44M.
know that Iitmillions of our young Iph.M d-I0
ons stopped out eo tbt hi m ew. ]
road properly eupe for life, 0"smm t104hjsw
end of maws prrodCtion for mse w R Em
trial agan will be Insgtt. W Weka", m usatl
ChrIstianity. temo, reco med thsi o to een s0
truth and has pre sed o eits i give t e r aWeoi
ceptanee. It doesnetwit osh to shariat ot at t NY.
rAf., pr.duetIon. It cook, UNA. tt wih



'Passing Brompton Road'

a light Comedy by Jevan Brandon-Thomnoa-
Und the rU NDAS. Pat A "I n t hIlleny
Leois Gkoverno, theoUblRe US. t, OM.. C 2c. O.
at the
at M.0 adr 1D41 .m

IN AID OF: The Win the War Assoclation's
Genetal Fund, and the Trinidad Asociation
in aid of the Deaf end Dumb.

Moatine-$1.00, 48c. and 24c.
Evenlng-$-1.50, $1.00, 72c. and W4c
AU a- of *bk t IMaW h Te ll 155. FTebef NhIt.

oe" hr o o 4L, S*d8. uanumb


I IS is Ic ;I





ahed to l the

Germ nre-
m~trB-e ( ln
o s mrh re

ksrhai have
The apront
w n foth pof

lef Peis la rnk~
In8 soree way to-
al^ iprne aeon
i' te which the
and o Avnymoes
prison American
waftS cMoast saw
theirr arlsoured
ebad to splt
oman rear-
oertieads, arel
And minor Ger-
have been
A.cy fighting.
p points, Includ-
li are on the River
I herad the front
wesnt slowg thehg.
SM th the base ofl
|ftoPeninsula from
K prtsonme have
in the week-old
and many more
.15pmSdent8 sa
prisoners look a
move back to
hove even sue-
River to the
p outflanking at-
U the road town of
the main lateral
WIlPM brings General
B "" w' maourable
ArmyI&p with the
ttacking be-

the front tonight
Anny'* ofron-
y forward be-
hBritish regl-
their wedge
Mies since the
6 isterday. They hold
110i1 309 which dom-
dtry around and
oind It In the area
il highway. Pro-
Srtish left flank has
N deal slower. The
Ms up against heavy
Sfre covering mine-
y placed booby-
CmSnlque cdfnnrms
Sa valuable, position
4Mr. In the centre of
t oops are flght-
t of the Allied
7the Americans
P apldly tn the wet
m have to hold their
*Htre.. They have
B the battle Is
Bsctking, using
l 300 but they have
themselves admit
Command com-
that the Britiah
breaches In their

Itleet May
pist Japan
S31 (Reuter) -
and Russian or-
tobe setup to
tl forces of the
of liberated Eu-
L concerned with
Enemy's naval
Iwll also help in
/and setting up
dockyards. The
lf when re-
if the erman
over and used
Sthe war against
w are going to use
SCan that is worth
t well as materials.
Mr war to fight and
t policy in to
help u E win
O far as we can."
i "Sub"

Bgw JrJuly 31 (AP .,
j May announced a
=bmnarine building
aLd attributed the
bi eites: the loss of
t than was ex-
Ue need for at least
pe of ships or wea-

July 31 (CP)-The

MBrte States had
PgL Mr. Pro.ope
to Was G e

I "'S

Troops Take

elow Caumont
r hx re br and further west with
iI fToy. 7'WL B.B.C. re-
#Are &= B~ra Headquarters
thri s t te rt thrust may
easiy develop into a real threat to
the Oermana till resisting the
Americans mouth and southwest of
Lt Lo. The correspondent says the
fAghting here Isa of special Interest,
and significance because of the
effect It will have on what is
happeninL round Avranches.

Rusnians Cross

Niemen River
while warships of the Red Banne
Baltic Fleet -.nk a German sub
marine in tVe Gulf of Finland.
30-Mile Advance
Acres Niemen
LONDON. July 31 (Reuter) -
The Russians made advances of 3
miles In their drive across th
Niemen River to East Prussia.
string of defences has been
smashed and the Soviet troop
have broken through until at on
point they stand 14 miles from the
frontier. Further down the fron
they have crossed into Suwalki re-
gion which was Incorporated into
East Prussia in 1938. IThis great
Russian surge forward along s
front of nearly 150 miles has taker
over 1.500 towns, among them the
rail town of Marlanpol. one of the
victories for which the guns of
Moscow roared out tonight. Ma-
rianpol is some 30 miles on from
. Kovno and to celebrate its capture
Moscow radio broadcast the Lat-
vian national anthem after the So-
viet anthem.
The new advance has by-passec
Kovno and the Moscow communi
que says that street fighting is go
Ing on there. Many hours azo the
German High Command said they
had had to give up the city. An-
other of today's big successes in a
day of advances along the fron
was the capture of the key Latviar
rail Junction of Mitau, 25 miles
south of Riga on the last escape
line from the Baltic republics to
East Prussia.
The German News Agency said
hard fighting is going on inside
Mitse. 25 miles from Riga on the
Paltic coast. On this sector the
Red Air Force is giving tremend-
ous support to General Bagram-
Ian's ground forces. Stormaviks are
blasting the retreating Germani
and high speed bombers are mak-
ing non-stop attacks on river
crossings and rail Junctions.
Soviet aircraft yesterday made
500 flights over one very narrow
strip of this front.

Parcels Delayed
LONDON, July 31 (Ueuter).-
Allied bombing and good work by
the French resistance movement
have Interrupted the arrival of
priaener-of-war parcels In Geneva,
and today Britain's postal author-
tles aid they were doing every-
thing possible to find andm alterna-
tive means of despatch. Mean-
while British prisoners should not
go short as big stores of clothing,
medical supplies and other supplies
are piled up on the continent.

Canadians Using
Bermuda Station
OTTAWA, July 31 (CP).-The
Canadian Navy has taken over
the Royal Naval training station
In Bermuda, because of better all
round weather conditions during
the entire year, tor training ships
In U-boat warfare, Navy Minister
Macdonald said in the House of
The station. H.M.C.H. somers
Isles, has been taken over at a
cost of $48,000.

War Prisoners
Exchanged In Spain
IR1U, July 31 (CP) Three
train loads of British civilian in-
ternees arrived in Spain yesterday,
after nearly four years of intern-
ment in the German prison camp
at Vlttel In France.
Twenty of the 515 were suffering
from mental ailments. The com-
plete contingent of 900 is beine
exchanged for an equal number of
German internees.
Most of the trip was made In
German omnibuses since rail
communications are In a bad state,
and the omnibus trip was difficult
for long detours were necessary
because roads and bridges were
destroyed by Allied bombing and
French sabotage,
Most of the internees were Dri-
ish colonials taken prisoner dur-
ring the times of the German oc-
cupation of France, Holland and





e ln Bat Nazis Praise Britain's
t lans DWomen War Workers

Nazi Vehicles
;.ri-- t1 L LONDON. July 31 tReuter)--
veitcies Britain's women war workers
had a compliment from an un-
expected quarter today. it came
Ner m an from a speaker on the German
home radio. He was telling
[ CONTINUED FROM PAGE I1 German women they would
(Today has oeen one of the rare have to be ready for widespread
flying days in Normandy and the new demands on their services,
S British Second Tactical Air Force and said that Britain was well
S and the Ninth Air Force have ahead of Germany In this field.
- been handing'out a terrific ham- British women have for a vary
mering in front of the ground long tim, been doing a great
forces, Reuter reports. Rocket- deal of useful work,. Including
Sfiring Typhoons, Spitfires .and dangerous work, such as driv-
Mustangs have been doing great Ing vehicles, handling anti-
S execution among Germadoing great aircraft uns and working as
exeutonamngGerman trans.- grudstaff on airfields, and
S port caught on the roads in day- ground stff on areldl h tnd
light, while 'planes of the Ninth German women shall have to
S Air Force, apart from close sup- face up to more of this kind
S port, have been attacking bridges of thing.
o and railways in the rear with High N A ed
S good effect. igh NazisToAttend
General Bradley said tonight: Korten's Funeral
0 We could not have achieved what oren funeral
we have but for the Ninth Ad- LONDON. July 31 (Reuter)-
Svance Air Force." Field-Marshal Hermann Goering,
S After dusk this evening R.A.F. Admiral Karl Doenitz, Air General
S Lancasters with fighter cover Hans Juergen Stumpf, Commander-
S attacked three targets in France. in-Chief of the Internal Luftwaffe,
They were an airfield about 70 and pField-Marshal Wilhelm Keltel,
S miles southeast of Paris, naval Chief of Staff of the High Com-
vessels at Le Havre and a supply mand, have gone to Tannenberg,
depot for German flying bombs East Prussia, "to take part in the
Snot far from Rheims,. State funeral of General Guenther
ri Tallaions Korten, killed during the attempt
Oil Installations on Hitler's life," said the German
SGet Battering radio tonight.
ITALY, July 31 (Reuteri--Ofl in- r
stallations at Bucharest and Ploesti -- ED
were bombed today by between 250 =
and 500 heavy bombers based In
The Bucharest targets .ere the B
- Prahoua refinery and Morgasara S ST W
fuel depot and at Ploesti the targets STEADY WORK.
t were the Cerditual Minler refinery,
the Targovise oil tank farm and a
third target which was obscured S
by a smoke screen. I Tropical Forms, Co.
According to early reports, the
heavies met with no German air- Golden Grae Read
craft, but escorting Mustangs i PIARCO.
scored several air victories over Bu- =
charest. 1iltinMlMHilU IUMlll NOlMHH UIHlllllmmlll
The campaign against Germany's =l1ii1
oil supply over the past week is
shown in the following table. f,,.lr l B t* enle
Tuesday: Wanne-Eickel synthe- TrOpk= ulinaft
tic oil plant in Germany attacked ARK ERM AGAIN I
by a strong force of the R.AF.
Wednesday: The Berat oil re- Le Us Rebnild Yrow Old
finery in Albania bombed by day TROPKAL or bula new oteo
and Ploesti oil installations by t .erYW Ral or UGHTING
night both by the Mediterranean PLANT.
Allied Air Force. We have a MV ed euwtit
Friday: The Leuna synthetic e ll e w V Batteries. t
plant at Merseburg in Germany ____
bombed by heavy bombers of the e
United States Eighth Army Air Sta dard Motor
Saturday: Another attack on the Ageey
Leuna works by a very strong OAlady
force of heavy bombers tram the L Il Spaitsa&BanFsaNdS
United States Eighth Army Air d l.uglfiw h MIMUII I hIi5IUII||'.. .
Sunday: The Lypse Budapesta "MIDDLE. AGE'
oilflield in Hungary attacked by the
Mediterranean Allied Air Force. WOMEN (32-52 yr. )
Allied heavy and medal "i bo..-ib-
era from the Mediterranean laid HeK's flood New II
more mines In the River Danube i you'r cro restneaer from
last night. Anti-aircraft guns on hot fl9mhe. nervous fseim-ru to
both sides of the river opened up the unctional "'mldd "- period
ul owom~an-tryLldiIaL3
against them but all the bombers puiam'?vSegetab oinepund to
returned safely. rUiv such syminmts. It hlps
-----f--- atureI poUow liaM duletons.
Mr. Clement Phllllpts. barrister- LYDIA L PNHA S S
at-law, will deliver a public lecture ceMesi
tonight under the auspices of the impewtantl Do't aept asub-
West Indian National Pavty on stituta or Lydia F_ P'mkham' I
"How Are We Governed?" Vgetal CompouMd. Insist*
The lecture, which will take the original and ioani.
place at the Breakfast Shed, Ed-
ward Street, starts at I o'clock.




200 Pairs



Price: SO US

Price: $4.00 per pair.


auifd Sixes AUtraetive Prices



7, 7c, Coffee Street Pnow e44

Reu bw 1/ Vf w IN is
gpent an ed.

Free Meal Ruse

Wins JailTern

For Impostor
Discovering that another man's
credit was &od at a city restau-
rant where i did bone Prii
Prancis. with a record ot several
Previous convictions for dishonesty.
alsely pretended that he was sent
by the man for certain Items and
obtained a meal. cigarettes, and
cash before It was discovered that
be was an Imposter.
Convicted by Mr. W. J. Andre In
the Pinrt Police Court yesterday of
obtaining the articles by false pre-
tenrces, rancis was Imprisoned for
six months.

Invasion Fund
Nears $60,000 Mark
British Red Cross Society Special
Invasion Appeal, with $1,20.47
added to the "ls. since the last
reckoning, stood at $,T776.0 at the
close of yesterday.
Latest lis" of contribution is As
Already acknowledged: i4T7,.13.t2.
Health Office A Hospital. Cttuv@ 6 .01:
Mrs. J W. Marten s5; R.A.r. (2; Mi[
I. Ftider 4. alet of marmalad and e 1ey) t
114. th Company, Port*-ot-Sans OCrlt
Guides $10.37; Mrs. C. McMullan s.o;
Mrs. Rrinkley trot ertion 1ltats*a.ti;
Mrs. Packer Hutehlnson and Mra. Frank
Latour tIro.sied Jumbtle etit $SI.s7?:
Mrs. Napietr Ralke ierolleetion llisti $ 114;
Dr. P. lBihop 63: M., K. Reid., KIngI
flay (jumble aSi# $I3.77; Mr. K. Reid
King Bey 54. 32; P.W.D. To.a.o Oflen
(staff and chief overeert $.b10; P.W.D.
Tobago Workmen (Bullding Snoei
$3.08. P WD Tobago Workmen ('Iras-
pot Train, 92 31: P.W.D. Tobago Work.-
man (iScarboroughp $5.l ; P.W.D. Tobago
Workmen Uoi h i 14 2;. P.W.D. TobO
Workmen iRoXborousbI $1.5t; PuliL
Work. Department Tobago Workmei
Chriotitlll) lt $3.10e; Ilet of Pupp y 0;
Dora. Peter andrl ay 510: J. OIdjl
A (Co I.td. $00.; Collection; Wr. Wa
Arehart, from employee of TrInildad Clay
Products Factory Sio Mrs. Q. a. Moo*
too $INO. Total; $5 $M77.09.

Canada Increases
Bermuda Exports
HAMILTON, July 29 (CP).-
While the ireneral trend of Bermu-
da's Imports was down for the first
six months of this year compared
with the same period last year.
Canada's exports to the colony In-
creased from $960,277 to $1.269,000.
Canada retained second place to
the United States which exported
In January-June this year $3776,.
000 compared with $4,404,000 for
the same period last year.
West Indies exports Jumped from
$32,000 to $136,000.
The colony's total imports for
Januariy-JIune this year was $5,5M9.
972 compared with last year's
$6,272, 000.

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No -W1 Possession Immediately

a A ..u- STREET,

22a Harpe Place, part empty: m
Paris Boulevard; 132 Second Street;
153 Old St. Joseph Road; Long
Circular Road. at. Ann's, Frederick
George. Meltson, St. Vincent and
Queen Streets. Several ..ulldlng
lots near Workers' Homes, Laven-
Large and small loans oa mort-
Real UEtate Agent.
30 St. Vincent Street

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Tonca Beans

Highest Prices Paid

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Lig lttrg end TrasptMO CmtCnct.

DNy ClsMae Sd LmLeir.
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Fire Insurance on S uimb Stocks, Fwuituws,
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Tenderloin Steak .............................. .... 72c. per lb.
Sirloin Roast ................. ......... ........ 50C. ,

Legs ..........e......................*..............r .._ .. 56c. per lb.
C hops ....... .................... ....... ........ ........... 56. -

Legs ....................................................................... 48c. per lb.
Chops ................................................... 48c. .
Stew ............... ................................3
PORK LEGS ......................... 60c. per lb.
CHICKENS and DUCKS -. 72c. pr .lb.


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Now flying temporarily e


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_______________________TRINIDAD GUARDIAN, TTUKSDAT, AUQUT 1, 1944.

. . . . . . . . . . . .
I For Better Signs-
SRefecting swigm,
nngraved and Painted 5gsl
Wooden Letters Cineam
| Sildes, etc.
CHACON T. (Untsarm)
'PTheme V or Mel

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MR.. and MS. BPF.RTT WAP.Nf. are leaving this mTnrulg for
Bowen aBay, 'mpxree, awlirs they will speikd a monrth Mrs
I" ')rM. Mr. 2'a.n Campbel and M.'i.s NIa Ilernandez wll lbe
.,tbeir guep.t it.

SAMON pMsenqers for the UTilitlr St.ate' irently was Father Byrne,
o-f ft. Mary's College. Ne aprcrompatnled Dr. T .1. ILyon and Mr. R
SMOtesa d OOa, who ls going for medical attention.
e Bpr U 1I And Mi. J. A. PAIRTPD who have bom atybIng at
Ponts&-a-Plevrr for a month with their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. nd Mrs. Alee Blue. are now on their way to Vietoria, C., wh.re
they plan to make an Indepnitee stay The Rev. Mr Partridge was re'tor
Of at n's Parih Church, Barbados., and rettled at the end of
jlasit eetember.

RM PR=4T*T will ho glad to hear that Mirs Prank tilepr, who
ws a patient at a nursing home ftir two eeks, has reuirnrd
to her hnme sad Is feeingr greatly mirnoved.

6 >' .... terminIt Album
6 Minstrel Metodlel Phow T' m
tS NeTa .. .New
7 0 Wesl Intlsir, Party New. Bob Hops
l.'i ~toik Report .. ..
SUrtn Momentl In Music Qninteto Domlnolcaa
: Thrilier . .... ..
.8. lt, r1i ,hp Record KNews Miii from Ameriga
l. V'ic. y Mypolught- Bands
:ao .... Guy LArme Pe' IB" Rtaview
LAmUdm CCll ....g......
9 0.. .. Nww ieort ert News
As News at fHome LAtIft 1Rhythis
9 :TO rin t rde Biondle Danc Tinme
: War Review .. .. ...
0 4)- :01 News aldw---" News .tiltgt Owl Club
S :11 V rle-> ........ ....
0 W .... .... X Cowlt Pre om .... ...
;4 Nocturnel
IITE. ll W l 'Vat ltn alio Nowspaper will be herto %or WRUI. today front
6 !. p ni. to 4% ip m in altrimg Quis Show, Health Club and a mFaturette.

B r, ,ruui I i* NOT TO COME IN, IN YOUR HANDS, 1
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TONIGHT 8.$$:-
Alpha Club Presents:-
Tomorrow:- ALWAYS IN MY

1Talk Of Trinidadf S 'Socls First Show
Tal tfV, T ArimU ^y ^^ TWDAY-4urt 2. Shmn-
______-- O-n New'Sta ogW *Was A Hit' TOI 2 i
U vr Uawv the Iftso^ '^^^ 2^ N A o00i"400..r nd
End MM W. ?.-wlay= 4 T urN s y. and so am nslly Vr < t tl= MtOM&opi-afti t -- i| uaf M ,
W. P. WSm as~ GoiWhi ch ,ina 1- w. .
LR~dW unIch. -w *M them 'ws *r' oae dfoes mt reallas bn -my till era, J 9 _^ ^

And UtM. Wright at UVW d leSwiat vening: elander.a"beenl at lidd WUne ~ ---
LMM. TMo. oem. I. na .om7.ik. .
uLlS ^ t-clW a^ ^ IFt b^ tS^ S 7w I). Wasn U11 panc u.mm, of ntesee^cltee
*W Kir a nd. U.S m. 0.mmeAesr ad MM a. A. In tba arteulatr operatiomal tam AM 1, sketches nd thati.
solder Z IU latreu estW ft on paye an
= 013r. K .and S. Mr ts. M .aS lIAeW 0=HU ean d "iMr..even the odd exciting utomenta awe bOidSwr welpae an
jtR.7 tV. apt. P. IL rutchru VAJIN., Mrs. denied, and under such conditions iertaining parcuBl
.E ah io lC M le seiL P"arhee the Chi juted Mr. te more of even the best troops me o ar e t InI, h t4he N e
........ .is.' bound tofalnluess Firesb urolg-Ztbe eearmc o f"
all. s t.Ales POW*&N.. MeIN pt lrcbOt500. Mi's. P. r It b nd to nac fal untileesa dicrut a nrttr few5 Ar To JiKKJ
Phflim peLit. Roger~ mus.U61 en. Meziball Campbell. ecrawives a lie reprvgrm a wdoeA.T S ha
INJ.VR., end Commfm der Morec-t, e .A. p to the stage itself It I we r ,o e ll m "eT _-
it, amply curtained and of a decent Mgj~Iauri and right w dig IJM ZA 'S
width. Bat why. oh why. has it he do It. Thn. were no ht iches
[W pIrRE MA0067NL Os Fo Rest RUSS who Inijuired ila ki been made so sallow? ora h or delays and the show wentwth
Zhlla Iaw f0dtbjGl recetly, is UM dup I eneS-i~W foti em olc ufcet mitfe tt ofns.T FR isAnte patent. I am depth to allow of the erection of c 1..balaurtin also are due the
d, however, that they us making satisfactory progress. sneryor tepresntason of a ehrtetcongratulstiobns on his
bow. ..play.ndwi ..le on structure, it abilities as producer Altogether, V U
would certainly add to the ameni- an excellent how. We Impattentiy ir V i
MWARATION San well under Way for the lU-day function being tie If the suggestion concerning await the next edition. M Mt m w
held at persevesfr&OClub on Discovery LIMonday, Aulgtut 7 further ventilation made by Bri- i_,_..-.
undstatand from Mr. Haydn Boos, the manager, that t ar will adkr SAkes-Roberts Inhis speech by
a sotuc party in the morning wo be followed by aquatic sports aid cold be carried out. Pr ze fsee **----by------I--- I
barbecue. and ending with &dance. A large CrOw is ir the grand openi& a revue,
,'J Sue" a resented by %be1
*d Ste p Society or the Imperial Jin SOUtrh TM RO ON -
MTT the incltnt weather on Saturday evening h* 0 crowd Fcys t tltlI I rinid Ee- Pointe--Prre School w c TOMORROW ONLY-
at pereswerance Club was vw> large. In fact, over the weekend condiment which, in the days when ded lsas Tuensda evening e IWI Special Ii-n0i
"t tone of the largest crOwds at the club for A long titme. The more civillaa could obtain It, use parents dan riend, who attent B? ]t iuM
Itas dinner served once a month Pema to be becoming imreas- to be advertised as "otquant and the annual prim-giving. Mr. W. W.
Fli1r appetising.' If so. the show was Watson reviewed the event of the T B h Ma *c
A weetkend visitors to the club were _Major and well named, for it left a capacity Past year. and Mrs. A. J. Ruthven- The |ritish aseec
I Courtelay Rooks, Mr. and Mrs. Gelorge Rochford, eut. And audience hungry for 'nmare. I' even Murray presented the prizes, which i
s enry Pain Mr and Mrs J, OGaranito,. Mr. and Mrs. Herman n'ade them .urget tile nardnesa of nad been donated by staff members
iS Mr. sad Mr1. Charlie shannon. Mr. and Mrs. George lhe ,ea*- thuie uist",nnents of of Trinidad Lesaseholds, Ltd.
fsh. whoare vacalloning with their family at one of the Perse- torture with whim all Trinidad The annual report was made by
2Ac bungalows: Mr. re.smond Crooks. in a party of 10; Mr. concert-goers are .imillar. Higher the headmistres, Mrs. Alec Blue.
i c or. Mr. and Mrs..Aoutar, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Basford, Mrs. praise thin that it Is .mpoustble to The term Just completed t her lasIt,
0 HButton. Mr. Ed. Pearry. Mr. Fc, Mr. Walter Momgomnerv, give. and Mrs. Adeline Rlclard.s, former-
i BSla Matingot, Mr. Vernon Smith, Mrs. Max Peter, Mr. B:ll r iTe chorus at all time sang well, ly at Blahop's High School for ( rOMAI
den. Mirs Thelma Taurel, Mr and Mrs R. Williams, Mr. and looked well and gave the imi re:- Girls, is expected to take up the | $ -,.$ OdL*iitl'" I JI
. 8. R. H. Beard, Mr Parry and Miss Diana Parry and Mr. ston of realiv en),iying Its own s:ng. post when the school re-opens. J MUCALVWF Go"I M O
rk the Director of Civil Aviation. In, which is as 1 it should ba. They Among those present at the
w rk the Director i Ai really 'went to toun" with their prme-glvng were Mr. and Mrs. UBUHilBIIIIIllIIIIHllIIhIIflll
T A PARTY held at her parents' house on Frlday evening to concerted action number, "On A. 3J. Ruthven-Murray, Mr. and NIIIIIHflHm IIIlIIfllIIIlllIIIIln ill
rerre finger, one @tumb." Mrs. N. G. C. Mardall, Major and
debraeher birt hdav. the enagement of Ml MarJorie Perr The dancing of Subaltern Steven, Mrs. R. B. Kerr, Ur. and MA. B. 0. M
Anr"ther enaement, amadeannouwn over the weekend wa that I of the A.T.S. was as delightful as Banks. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Christian, 4.30
lAubr%^,maeknw oe the wekn was othat of"iS 0^ y l 4.30 *EM T
her iooks. If all subalttrns were Mr. and Mrs. ML. R. H. Nethersole.
SIantih Guppy And Mr. Charie Kelly, of the Pahamas.like her there would ever be need 4110 -
a r uT.s crip tionWh 0 p I dg ro fI the a I T O D A Y O N L Y
nIANOEMciT t are being made for special music and enter- ATS o.carapleasing' person TOtAY ON LY
"tolummnt for the Disoovery Day dance to be held at the Trii- and a sweet voice, both of which Y .J aiy Lar) N
O Country Club on Saturday, August 5. were well displayed in tier numor. TOMORROW
S* 0 "Two Sleepy People."
mIU R oft uW ts0.O. troupe touring the bases era present at W 0 Garslde sings well, but "Muito and Memorie," musical
L-thurinidad Cotmtrv Club on Saturday evening and did variout ;Iho-ld cultivate a stage presence Concert, Prince's Building, Wed-
l, Lionel Murray again thrilled his hearers with hii wonderful Ill kepig with hiq obvious ability. ne day, Asugust 2, 8.30 p.m.
OIL. Pe Blescla and Pb, Gaines also contributed, arid Gene89 The ,onjirng of S Sgt, Pyke was - ."a,_
ndow, the "clown Of clowns." did a spot of flnrny-man's llff. excellent and well up to profes- FORTHCOMING EVENTS
There were welt ovr 700 peo,,le preset and among fth,,, ri o i.'.,'':' % t...s.dd;_XWC..bd ~. ,so'
nwS~re were well awr 700 people present and among 1hose on sonal standard a hile S Sgt. Cundy Y.W.C.A. bridge drive, Bishop's
y and punday were Colonel Win. Rattan, Ma)Jor and Mrs. up well in that old song High School,. riday, August 4.
grond Riddel, LiwS. nd Mrs. Bowditch, Mr. iand ar.s. Arehart, a',tn'rj!e of the Atmniv, "Boots." Red Cross concert, Royal Vic-
Gecip WB l. Mr. and MLs N. R. Hraun, Mr. lt, (Orl~wo Id skt,'M'(iof therhumourby 1n the toria Institute, Friday, August 4,
-SorpMma. Jl'dyadMrs. T. R. Boon. Mr. FA. Griswold. Iskv"^w was proSidd y Sgt 8.30 pm.'1"' r~ly urlt* ..1
itg. Hatton. Mr. Jimmy LWgiec'ker. Mr. and Mrs F. ILobo, Mr. ............ . . 'rdg 830 p.m.
,rs. 'Bertle BVelyn, M.-e. Bob Chiinm, MiLs Pettv We'lN. Missed P o r m e
1 taer, Lieut. Buckley, Mr, and Mrs Robert Johls'nep, Mr.Rad o PrR rfadm mrogram**me
Ms. Al. Thomas. Mr and Mrs. .1. toison, rr. and Mrs. R. ____ __ ______ *
Ai Lult,-Comranw der and Mrs Pwlwe. Mr. Bob Prellor, Lieut. Alec B ___BC U.S.A.
4s, Mrs. ckle Fr atnipton, ('atp' C C Brook.s., Mr and Mr&s. ,! ,N ,n,,inemen s TWmVle heN weo0N w
J. Thoetna. Mr. and Mrs, A. J f3r'dni, Mr. and M's. Rex Boiiks ', 1* MZUIic r1.m Mule:. 1, Sctuirs orchesira Que Pass
tPhiltip L.arli Mi', ca rmen de tlatnes. Mr arid Mrs Harry i, Mirh and" Madness Hvmnf (rom Homo
lton, Capt. and M,. Carrr, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ,Le:s. V .. ..Bn Wagon
10J ri lsh B,%und Neu.u

STAgn T gsiA

r Today, 4.45 and 8.45

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of the

A Drama packed wit
Suspense ad Thrml

SToday, 5 and 8.36-
~ 3 and
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vtet$t t

Edwin L. MARIN .
Eddie CATOR m
A.A.,A I

Tonicht, .1-
First Half of 8au
Tomorrw-FInal half '
0Frlow AM

STARTING TODAY and TOMORROW, at 4.45 and 8.451
15 Big Sonlgs CRE


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Today, 6,
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Me~teJg & NUAs.,
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S. Z. SAKAtI beds be Da Bulw
Screv lby Sam NsMw e*'rd WiW
Fe,,. Sweo.Id Jwm Ken
lewd C OriIal USwy by ScimdWe
Added AttractieUon :
Nugor Blues

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PALACE-San Fernando R L TO
TODAY t 5 a 8.3 p.m.- V S
ETODAY 4.4S, LW p.m..
Indian Picture:- i D Yf46LA On
aWifred LAWSON, Nor
Manzil I PIBA

TONIGHT at L.W p.,m--
INIG lth Century Fox Presents:-
SWith Milton BERLE, Mary :i
With Gene TIERNEY, Ge.
Tomorrow:- Sonja HENIE in:-
3 Scott Bushe Street-
SHI PPI G beauty-ee insMde
y --B-est offer.
Modern Home Some-
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to merchant seamen e appli-
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Tonight at 8.30
Fo Merchant. Navy Coem
at the
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TRINIDAD GUARDIAM, T 2UAY. AGUSA W 1.1iNL ______________________

Sry's Beat Shamrock With Lone First-Half Goal

Goal Keeping Helps

lTwo Wins In Row
W up their brilliant 1-0 triumph over Csuals
gi lUsUroc by a simunilar score yesterday afternoon
ggoie In'to row in the TA.PA. frst league competi-
back whof ailed to trap the ball,
b e asA l1 bul placed the spiere outside.
-- the 5tJ.t. At the resumption, a Waneburg
to the slender shot had Scott bringing off a fine
we thrilling ave.
w b? Oey Joev Gonsalves earned the great-
Sw est ovation in this session, collect-
a'si goalkeep- ing some hard, sharp shots.
a e stand Shamrock made a slight change,
sending Govia to right wing and
the chief barrier McLean to inner-right.
&"nd defeat, al- They then began to hammer at
i c sw a players the Saints' goal. Govisa placed love-
h ,ly shots across the goal, and once
what looked amel-Smilth dashed himself head-
S can Hamel- long into the uprights to convert
Srktan ge ww a header, but missed.
yes tlAned iShamrock fought with all their
I r a corner, might for an equalizer and McLean
l -Smith WasI was at his best. driving and head-
'ooher grand ep- ing to goal.
wideS from a Govlas booted what seemed a goal
,Ba. all the way as it grazed beneath
w an untiring the cross-bar, but the kilfui lGon-
i Bys' front line, salves tuffed It out.
get an equaliser. Mr. Eric Al nandos refereed the
on the offensive game.
but when centre- The teams were:
th dribbled past SHAMRORCK: .I Scott; 0. Jardine,
rTed too much a J. lignault; 0. Montes De Oca,
Gt onsalves. 8. Agostini, C. Agostini; M. Mc-
ifoce kept their Lean. X. Murray, S. Hamel-Smith,,
in their oppon- 0. Govia and M. Wells.
aw them booting ST. MARY'S: J. Gonsalves; 0.
lott was holding Rousseau, L. Weeks; J. Woodley,
H. Clarke, R. Diffenthaler; N.
oLoan, Shamrock's Louis, I. Waneburg, E. Joseph, J.
In some good Hamel-Smith and K. Innocent.
one of his passes >
forw rd .Hamel-
colected beauti-
lle beautiMalvern Swamp
still pounding at i
o te landot .heT 'Guardian' 8-2
savethisrtime s ea l.alvern broke a two-all dead-
lef-winserWells. lock at half-tinme to defeat Trini-
pivot man Clarke dad Guardian by eight goals to
Ibuting the ball, two In a T.A.PF.A. Second Leagtue
e ting tomrk opener yesterday on the Queen's
the ShamraclPak Sanah
H ward and col- Park Savannah.
"slipped thro jih The Guardian players equallsed
nner-,ight Wane- twice in the opening session, but
spot to place the ste second half was a one-sided
goal with a first- affair with Malvern netting six
E straight goals.
'61ent on to do- Malvern goalacorers were C.
ig ,Hinds three, S. Hinds two, P. CLrr
i college's left-wing- one I. Ashtlne one and Lance
.Me fine shots, and Plere one.
ad Joeph with one of Noel ard Lau scored the goals
b a well-placed ball for Guardian.
ctithed full length In the other second class opener,
S t Mr' a v Pr police were leading Preston by
St. Mary Very three goals to one when play was
t nearing lemon stopped.
^-mith got past soppd~n. ^
i- th got past a The game was not resumed after
----- Joe ,Largen, Preston player had
suffered an injury to his right leg.
^,' t, It is understood that Largen's leg
was broken.
s good The intermediate competition
o/d as g ld l when two matches will be played
on the Queen's Park Savannah.
They are:-
_at* Dame psting Club on
the Second Clan ground.
Referee: Mr. Xu04 OovU.
|Shamrock v CasuSli'bfi-Vasuals
SReferee: M. H. R. Murray.
No match will be played on the
Snew ground as it Is rot yet conm-
I" [ PFollowing will represent Sporting
k Club:-H. Sosa; H. Dare, B.
t Robertson; I. Nunes, 3. Warner,
MILK Harris; 0. Ahpoy, A. Philp, H.
K Moore, R. Moore and R. Black-
i, man.
SpFour more second class games
-- will be played this week. They are:
... Wed. 2-Invincible v Indian.
I Referee: Mr. Carlton John
It4TID (second class ground).
IED 'Windsor v Benbow.
Referee: Mr. R. V. Met. Clarke
H' (new ground).
.Thurs. 3-New Woodford T Pro-
L :im e I u evidence.
im es Referee: Mr. A. V. Waddcll
(2nd class ground).
Police v Malvern.
ANTIT Referee: Mr. L. Locke (new


of Adam Clayton
SClaude Marshall
l Trustees of the
4ir Lytcott Bovell,
ntersigned win
by Public Auction
8 t. Vincent Street
a'Wednesday the 23rd
S 1944 ALL AND
B t valuable freehold
U4 "Thurban"
the estate of the
g.at the cor-
and OGittent
k? in the Ward
the Island of
more or leaI
Oomprise the
Of the parcel of
InT Certificate ol
1.XUAX Polio 423,
.f the North by
'O.n the East by
On the South by
Adela Hutchinson
SWet by lands of
he ovell.
ti.h day of July

at 1.30 l.m.
Favoured with instructions re-
ceived from Mr. J. W. gymsm, the
underigr.ed will sell by auction
such surplus office furniture to In-
One Map Cabinet, Tables,
Bentwood Chairs. Filing Shelves,
Standing Office Blinds; Book CuMe,
And on Instructions from Dr. R.
Persad, for sale the same time:
One Baby's Rocking Horse, One
Pram. Wardrobe, Linoleum Car-
pet, Large Tarpaulin, etc.
Together with other Furniture
belonging to Messrs. Brown, Cam-
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ing: China Cabinet, Meat lafe,
Canvas Cot, Iron Cot, Desks, Beds
and Springs, Dressing Tables,
Centre Tables, Bureaux, Dining
Tables, Morris Chairs, Garden
Hose, Radios. Sewing Hand
Machine, Gramophone & Records.
Upholstered Chairs. Floor Scale
Belling Electric Stove and Oven.
2-Burner Oil Sto.'e, Radlogram
Crockery, etc, etc
Items on view on day prior to
and morring of sale
TERMS:-CASH on the fall o;
the hammer.


k! te Tenders are invited up to 300 p.m. on
g Y, 19th AUGUST, 1944, to run (a) Bars
bblic Stand, Paddock, Members' Stand and
"ld (b) Tea Room on the four (4) days of
Sosek RaCes, 1944.
'Tads for Ban must be accompanied by 0
a tj *" drinks will be sold on Rac Days
.2.) 2) Aliocafio of all booths to be e*rcted
SUbdectt to the approval of the Man-
., Honorary Scuftef. ....
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Barbados Customs Win Bonanza

Race Entries Intermediate Cricket Cup
Customs routed Maple Ilor I1 runs In their second Innings at the
Gleneagle, High Hat Q ueen's Park Oval on Sunday *ftetrnoon, beat them by 2S9 runs In
TOM- And Irish Eyes ut Eonanza Intermediate final, and took the cup for 144.
Tom And IrishA. "Tory" Stephens, slow right ----
To take Part arm bowler, was responsible for
T Gurdi Corresodet Maples debacle yesterday, bowling
^s^ r ^( ^"5u hv Match
IDETOWN. July 32- Glen- seven wickets for 20 runs. Most "fR ugby M watch
eale. High Nat, Tom and Irish Stephens' victims were clean-
Ejare among the 28 horse e- bowled. A. Q L uerf
red fcr the three-day summer early in h Innings. R. V O n Saturday
meeting of the Barbados Turf Clarke. ope'.ing batsman, played a
Club on August 7, 10 and 12 fighting anJl courageous nock for
The full entry list is as follows: .20 runs, ald after he was caught
I by the Customs' skipper. Prancis There will be a rugby match on
Half Bred Creole Williams, off the bowling of Saturday. August 5, on the Grand
Hf Brad Creole Stakes- .-0"- Stephens, the other batsmen fell ..l .... ....
tI Purlongs, Count Cain, Ringer, like ninepins. Savannah between the powerftil
sun ODale, olleen II, Zo ro. Apart from Clarke only C. Pat- H.M.S. Benbow side and a comn-
2. Barbad=qs Derby Nominated- rick the first innings top-scorer, bined Northern-I. C.T. A. side.
Sfurlongs. Radiance, Omar, War reached double figures, with 10. """" ...a.e
Lord. Examiner. Telegram. Customs continued batting on Because of the shcrage of play-
'3. Barbatdos Turf Club Stakes- Sunday with their overnight score era the T.N.R.F.C. and the I.C.TA.
"A"-4 furlonla. Rose,GOleneagle, at 239 for seven and boosted tirI have decided to Joi' forces for the
Sundial. LinseedUshisgh, Phpv- total to joit forces for the
*larty5 51 Lady.' . ./ This put them in an almost in- coming season.
4. rildietown iltakS --C"- 7 pregnable, position, as they had el- The combined. Northen-I.C.T.A.
uloa lW he, Wedding Gift, ready gained a 62-run first in- side will be picked from the fol-
-tir iKtS m m T 71nln s lead. flowing players;-D
furlongs. Gj rttt.Count Cain, Ciefly responsible for Customs' W
Tom, Ringer, Irish Eyes, o big second innings total was the Wrigley (Capt.a Osborne, Drury,
Tom, Rinter, Irish Eyes, Son 101scnd"n"8 itron alaOtsher. Do Pasn. Gomnes B~w.
O'Mine, Examiner, Telegram, Col- tall-scoring of two intercolonial ia 1sher1 De Pas, Gmess, Bow-
len IT. Ragged Robin. E. Agard and W. Ferguson who ring, Wilson. McWilliams, Vice-
th Cap t, Jones, Hunter-smith,
6. Cre.le Stakes-"D'"-7t fur- both reached their 60s beforeth Kirby-Turner, McKensle, Mont-
longs. High Hat, Radiance, Sue were dismissed, and Young Peter gomery, Sellers, Dale, Knowles,
Native, April1th. War Lord. Chen sm s 4in2dad. Anthony, Derraugh.
7. Dalketh Stakes --"A"--51 Agard, former all Trinidad
furlongs. Rose, Glentagle. Sundial, stumping ace, opened the innings Kick-off at 5 p.m.
Unseed. Ushnagh, Bu.caneer, Maid a hit up 62 runs n fi ne style,
of Honour while Ferguson, In scoring 64, re-
gistered the only six of the match, 1 .
SECOND DAY smiting a Roy Best delivery high jL IIng Distance
8. Half Breed Creole Handicap over the mundary.
-"G"-71i furlongs. Count Cain, Peter Chcn's Innings was also ai t nn A ll
Ringer, Omar, Colleen II. fine one and bowling hero R Ru1nni1g Ace Dies
9. South Caribbean Stakes-"B" Steohens delighted the crowd with C ourteny ooding, one of
-71 furlongs. Rose, Belledune, a well-ma4e 36. Trinidad's all-round sportsmen'
Linseed, April lth. Buccaneer, Also playing a big part In Maple.' who made a name for hi.
PNpularlty, Sam Lord. qi dismissal was Agard, who n distance running died yes-
-10. Juvenile Stakes Jamaica carried away fielding laurels by lon t h
Creoln --- 5 furlongs. Jeeves, stumping out three batsmen, two eray at. hishome on Roberts
Front Line, Late Shipmate, Sugar off Ferguson's bowling and the Str.eet.
Daddy. other off Stcpiiens'. Gooding gave promise of being a
II Hastings Handicap "n"-5. Ferguson got his two wickets for star athlete from an early age
furlongs. Oingette, Tom, Ringer uns. and was crowned champion of
Irish Eyes, Son O'Mine. Examiner. Veteran Kelvin Aleong was the Tranquillity Boys' Intermediate
Telegram, Colleen oII Ragged best Maple bowler. He bowled a in the late 20's.
2. Two-year-old Trial Stakes- steady length throughout Customs' He blossomed out into an ace
5 furlongs. Sun Chariot Kitty second innings, and sending down marathon runner and earned
Hawk, Siun Bird, Sun spot. 26 overs. he captured four wickets many prizes in events a round the
Sweeper III, The Rasper, Zorc. for 8.% runs. including that of Per- Sadole, Arima to the city, and
13. B.T.C. Handicap -"A"-9 guson. other long routes
furlongs. Gleneagle, Sundial. Lin- C. Patrick took two wiekets for other on routes.
serd, usl1nah, Popularity, Maid of .3. and L. Wooding, wb, clean He played for Police in the
se,-d, Ushnah, Popularity, Maid ot 3 n ^ "*oi T.A.F.A. first class competitions
Honour. sugar Lady. bowled Agard. got two for 47. T.A..A. first class competitions
11. Creole H.ndicap-"D" -- 9 ollowIng were the scores:- and was the hero of mny a
furlongs. High Hat, Radiance. Sun CUSTOMS-Ist Innings .......117 match.
Fative, April l1th, War Lord, MAP."I 1st Innings ......... 55 He ls one of the Goodin g
brothers who have all distinguished
THIRD DAY CUSTOMS 2nd INNINGS themselves in sport, the others
15. St. Ann's Handicap-"D" .Agsri b Woodwi 2 i being Merrill. Carlton and the
5k furlongs. High Hat, Radiance, H j.seiph run l ........... late Outrum Gooding.
Sun Native, April llth, War Lord. o Waite b K. .l.'.1 .. 4 Carlton Gooding, his twin
1errn-"B" -- C n AIeO. .. ........2 brother, was also a marathon
16. Garrison Handicap.--"B"- P 'hen Itioler .....64b
71 furlongs, Rose, Sundial, Belle- A. s4t'phns b Woodin 2 .,..... 36 runner, but gained more fame In
dune, Linseed, Buccaneer, P:pu- T. "ohono i> Alteong .......... i0 the middle distance events.
larity, pam Lord. C. N.rlney b ,li'nri . e Carlton was the first athlete in
17. Ellis Memorial Handicap- F .w nim r un ......... the West Indies to run a half-
"0"-51 furlongs. Count Cain charles b P' me under two minutes.
Ringer, Kitty Hawk. Omar, Sun Exr...,Mi
ODale, Colleen II, Zoro. T.tai .......... M ulllllllI iMHHimU
19. Castle Grant Handicap -'"P' ... 5U5
9 furlongs. Gingette, Tom, Ring- BOWLINO ANALYSIS T| URSO
er, Idlh. 3yajopn O'Mine, Exam- I. .- o -4
Iner, Telegram, Colleen I1, Ragged X. A eong ............2.. 2 4 A
Robin. CL Patrick ......... 6.. 1 0 3 2$
0.w Dalkelth T ndinp-A"-7i I- wcodia........... S 0 47 THE PRINCEI
furlong. Rose, Oleneagle, Sundial, A A. ier ................... 2 a
Linseed, Sun Native, Ushnagh, F. Be t .. .... .. ......" HM... IN0
Maid of Honour, Sugar Lady. .... 1
21. Final Handicap "C" 51, MAPLI 2nd INNINOS
furlongs. Belledune. Sun Native, . c art.e e Williams b Stephens 20 PRESENT
April llth. Wedding Gift, Popu- .. Blackman Ibw. b Johnson .. 1 t
lart Sam Lord Wooding AfardIS Ferguson ... St, Ceelia Musie
-blarity, Sam Lord. Scurry. Clarke b l epen .ns... AP
Race Number 18 Is a Scurry. C. Patrick b tephe. ................. .... Ac w
A lotons b at, en .................. ..... 1_ A P lo y in T w o A c ts, w ritter

A. .. .- - M. ". -r .........
A Holder not out .......................
R, Lolba b Stephens ........................
T, Joseph b Stepbhen . ............
R. BRet t AiRd b Stepbhnm ......
H. Cherriat Agard b Stephen ....
Xxtras ....................
Total ...................
0 M 4
T. Johnson ............... 0
R. Joseph ................ 4 1 S
W. Ferguaon ............ 7 2 2 5S
A. Stephens 7 0 10




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Alvin Rodrigues In
Sporting Club's Side
For Saturday

Lieu!. Alvin Rodrigues, "Go:den
Boy" of ED.G. forwards, now sta-
tioned with the forces somewhere
in Trinidad. will give local soccer
fans an idea of what to expect
from the mudlanders in October
when he makes hLi appearance for
Sporting Club on Saturday.
Hailed by B.O. fans as their best
forward ever, even dimming the
glory that belonged to 0. T. Dan-
aid. Stanley Moore. Ciem.nt Mit-
telholrer and other aces, will make
Sporting Club a force to be reck-
oned w.th. in the fight for the
league championship
Fans will remember his only ap-
pearance on the T.A.P.A. ground
when he scored a spectacular back-
flip goal, the odd In three to beat
a Trinidad XI In April, 1939, when
the Invincible Artiliery soccer tVam
that swe"t navv all oowo-ition In
Barbavdos were on their way back
Rodrigues' position ix inside left
though he Is equally r illian, in
the other two Inside forward posi-

Bata Lead In

Cricket Final
Invincible fell for 101 runs In
reply to Bata's first Innings tally
of 176 as the Bonanza 2nd Class
cricket linal continued on aund'v
on Queen's Royal College grounds.
Occupying the creas.e fcr the
second tinime,. Bata lost four wickits
for 33 runs at the drawing of
B. Claxton bowled In devastating
form, bagging five wickets, while
R. Naraynilngh took two and W.
Psttersingh two.
Topsceorer for InvincIil,.l was
Ramroop. who coll'ted l31 rtuns
The match will reium- on Satur-
The Referees Committee w'.ll
hold a meeting this &(to roon at
the Grand Stand starting at 5
All referees are Invited.
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