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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
lcc - Newspaper
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^t Fighting
Percy, Tessy
i Villedieu
SAmercan troops
Krway Into the
,m Percy and
:and I speerheads
larder of Brittany.
Mbh Second Army
JeuUes River and
tes west of the
kout from the
ii&ula Is getting
mat is where the
ardhas thrust
Avramneies and
I of the Seulles
passage of the fol-
d Infantry.
"portant objectives
a In this push, and
Sthe Seulles River
Wore the Germans
H and flood the
0ion the Seulles
with the out-
ng natural de-
wthe river lines
in might have
a roads running
.any border fiot
prisopers have
"Ml oe Americans
*velopment Is on
M Army front
M~h by armour
rbin the British
*rces across the
Through the
|(ocag4e. The ad-
II- German front
Can has been
n with the
fl||Mdown from
Been trying
,ia. southward
Mathe British
3 M, but they
nt4 of the Allied
of Caen there
heavier fighting
days past. The
Shave been un-
B British artillery
nirters, sending
P tonight may
On the Amerlan
O eral Omar
have already
Brittany only a
d have estab-
on the roads
3 of signs of the
n retreat down
1-at road to Nmr-
0t4 resistance has
VIBe front I not

ater-blow In .the
American sector
N ate. The three
Miht have beenM
t teat~ac are
j usnit m between
01nt Germsn Col-
I~t40 beyond the
ket mopped Up
te enemy dead
rison thrown i
Aftteicans sineft
Ias now been writ-
60W Army broke
wMranr -1w
7VUrad twno

Baron Mannerheim

Becomes New

Finnish President

8TOCKHOM, Aug. 1 (AP) President Risto Ryti of Finland Rig
has resigned and is succeeded by Marshal Baron Carl Gustav Man- to
nerhelm In a move which may lead to the end of Finland's war with the
Russia. Mannerhelm assumed the presidency after Parliament Its
adopted a special decree legallsing his succession without election, hai
an official announrepi)t i Wnpel'-"ki stated. ties
The manoeuvr, U4
recalled th I Soviet Fleet Air Force ".r'
French switch Soiet Elec AirForc e
from Paul Rey- Sinks Nazi Transports .n
naud to Marshal nMOSCOW Aug. 1 ut) -
Petain. w h 1)MOSCOWAug. 1 (Rootnr)
promptly surren Several German transports Co
cred fiance k were sunk and twt transports FIt
the erea ance tLn severely damaged by the Sovift to
i9 m. In this case, Northern Fleet Air Force in aR
rjand may r --ease, raid on K"rkenes, north" two
organtse her Gov-i Norway. Russian naval units m
ernment as an sank a U-boat in the Gulfd ,o
essential prelim- AIN tiiglI Finland.
mary to peace with Russia. The 77-
year-old Mannerheim who hereto- S i
fore, declined to assume political res-
ponsibility for Finland, preferring urk l
to confine his authority to the m-
litary, Is reported to have declared O rdere
upon being asked whether he ,rd e d,
would take the presidency, "I am
pleased to place myself at the dis-T H m IlsP
posal of my country in her diffut iono m e
hour'." i
message free, .i t :
Finland, torn and bleeding after theTurish ,
three years of war as Germany's den"d all
ally against Russia is newy andavI
clow1., thre...k bvthe oviet.imf* k.

march to the Baltic which threat- lay.
ens completely to isolate her and Bul
leave her aq easy mark for con- ane
tinuing Red Army pressure on he '
southeastern lank. t
While the Finnish announce- Ai
ment of the Government chage
yae no details1 the pbs as
aht the retftew= '91K
head of the War o0sipn l
net eone ataate y uu.S
open the way to ew arii
contacts with Moscow.
Previous Rsilan tena wt
firmly rejected by the Inn
Government, headed by Rytl aI
Premier Udwin Linkoinee, W~o j
then signed Pinland up for sol u
military collaboration with -
many and welcomed the *
troops who paraded the street'.0
Stockholm sources with -
connections In PWnen said
moment was now ripe tor Vjlk |
land to put her house a po es
order and wipe off the war
Premier Linkees himself
the resolution in Parl It
made Mannerbeim predt t, 40
whleh. provided that a k a1 6 113
of the functions of the e
should be transferred to tte -
mier. Linkomles Ilmel w. Ui
ently remaed as Pth ls
least for the tnie bSID s 8
considered poble e.
stop a&d le h i if
out of the q" s i
hom said Flanias
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Tank Batt j&7

For Flore
FiHmt F { ...l^

HistorreCo 1^^-

NOMU, Aug. 1 :414
It Army has bA b
join in the flj ..w
lob has d4vel-I
ifleresat bettee of
aliea campaign. 11
e sita lmia new 4
as &loin the ridge i
, .aking & etMa .A
-c i trint of hq
klthenab them
fi g fBtt i

wh onate or-

maked and moauments
,,Tha little town of San
llohc had been declared
I monument, was shelled
5 $e rmans because Ue peo-
e Wel srympathv with the
Slir Jaes said that the
(M4ssma attitude was shown by
mscribbled an a building by
am soldier. They were:

Aug. 2 (Reuter).-
SSoviet GovFernment has ex-
!Me Pt~romtotiveswith the
Committee of National
htin1 *I we announced to-
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TEroop xtend

New Guinea

^ AXTE3*8 New Guinea. Aug. I3
OF I*hagtha the A" erican sansapor
it Dutch Hew Guinea bad been
l Yi vlu%4 hs been takeinm. here
eon unday and none still has bn
th41111 that te beachhead plaeea the American
StiH a l qua0 ros the Ph.ppl na .

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Brave Resistanc
Of Londoners Praised
LOKDOKy uff. al14" bamf)
= 148=dIfyo wt Lwahat
s"NOaWM a ow" from Cuba,
4= M aler to aven a-
pndta th admlrasleg of tASe
<-wa hane Sbow wh tetr MW
p 1 er. triala" It also refen
EC rsie Dritla mee's 4d.
centributeoa to tuftft*
to M d amma Mpwa i g

~dfl ft

J Bombers

th Of Paris

IONDO. AAug. 1 (Router) -
Pd ,1ean ieas from this coun-
,at least 5 of them, attacked
1 Y targets In Franca today
r 22 eied -our airfields well to
PW southwest of Paris, bombed
E i athe Paris area and
reII, platforms for flying
S n the pas de Calals.
redn of long-range fighters
of rUN the bombers dealroyed
SW OneFi, planet ,on the owund
AM Oa as It wW astteH".ng to
ake off. Ten bombers and four
m iiiare Oul~te.
l hwy' bombers, sme Ca-
g bob a few mtes from
i~'attacis a supplydpo
depot In the Pas
Mrea, and a number of

N four aircraft Includlng
k n bomber.
Twb sen_ t attacks by the WA.
0 o0 storage depots In the
PrMch port of St Nazaire des-
troy tanks With a capacity of at
leat 5.000 tons of oi.
PsQESrapha show devautation
ve atost the whole of the tar.-
0.-aa About a third of the
ak In the depots are now un.
Uable and many of theue are not
suitable for petrol.
ApMrican llfuartere here eay
that the Flying Portrseea which
attached the la synthetice oil
plants hn Merseberg. west of Leip-
sI, of aaturday, caused wide-
spread d a4 a. Key installations
ae believed to have been put out
Of action for the time being.
WIng-Commander John Graham
one of irMtaln's top-sooring fighter
Iplotf, isa prisoner of war In CGer-

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TRussians Capture

SKaunas And Tighten

Grip On Warsaw

LONDON, Aug. I (AP) The Russian First Baltic Army today
slashed the last road and rail communications between the north
ELaltic States and East Prussia, isolating the two German armies In
Estonia and Latvia, while two other powerful Soviet army groups
captured Kaunase, pre-war capital of Lithuania, and closed the steel
arc tighter around burning Warsaw.
The tran In the ailtic waste heino+ -----

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Sclosed by General Ivan Bagramlan's
SrIdelf dtteh, nter the French men, who seized Tukums, rail c-n-
lurwa thefkr attack beyond the tre nine miles south of the Gulf Patriots Force
le6 the streogheld from the of Ria. and So miles almost due
value" ihrough Asmociated West o( the city of Riga. N oT kTT<
Tile number of Germans remain- zis T o U s
Ing there is uncertain, but their
S number Is believed to be large as 1
j-i both the 16th and 18th Arnies once Iu 1S
*Philippines totalling 350.000 men were assigned F G n
to the Estonian and Latvian de-
President Dies fence and gave no in cautions of ALGIERS, Aug. I (Reuter)-
SARAAC, NEW YORK, Aug. pulling out ven as the ccapeTh Germas are now using field
1 (APIA-Asuel QORK A. ~ routes were narrowing daily.
I1 APrn)--Ulnuel Quezon, 6. Warsaw was In flames as the Red guns against patriots on the road,
exld Proeident of the P hicelip- Army pressed upon the northeast of France to protect their troops
pines Government which he suburbs behind a deluge of shell
?,od since 1935, died today. and bombs and farther north forced and supplies, said an official
Death was caused by tubercu- the Nazi defender. in East Prus.sla statement published tonlghit by
Serb m. VicePresident back along a 90-mile front from the General Staff of the Prench
of the Philippines. arranged to the middle Bug to Augustow, eight
tke the oath as President this miles from the German frontier. National Defence on the actlvltls
afternoon. Associate Justice SMOKE OVER CAPITAL of tihe French forces of ths
Robert Jackson of the Supreme irterlor.
Court will administer the oath Black smoke over Warsaw inch- Fro June the date of the
in the office of Mr. Harold Ickes. caed that the Germans were burn- Alliedm Jne France. to July th
Interior Secretary, who sla now ing it in preparation for cvacua- 28A e landing in i rance. to Jul
performing the duties of High ion. Marsnai Rokossovsky's forces thr iere were 180 derailments of
Commissioner of the Philip- were fighting less than seven ak trains in the rear of the Normandy
pines. mies from Warsaw. battlefield. The present btate-
pinesmiles from Warsaw.
--- 1 , .. Polish undem ground reports stated ment covers operationss from
That 25,000 German civilians already July 14 to July 28, during whieh
tao have evacuated Warsaw, leaving time manv German trains bound
Fre nch In only the army and tie 0tsapo for Normardy were derailed, par.
General Franck, the German Gov ticularly in the Paris region.'
ernor, has not been seen onlvc On at line i c ln eastern France, a
s R om m e [l D eJ ad weeks. ain carrying guns and another
f mi I General Ivan Cherniakhovsky carrying ammunition were stopped
mkpaign tor the conquest ao Bast by the patriots and then telses
.Awnma? W Aug. I (AP 7`110 d apace withdrive& coped. At another peint, W lk
*! & Un doh C[rj~w-n| ^ u= WpMr1 Z commun~tatims long of petrtsl were
-that F e pnt of Insterburg, 1% miles east; iots M the Va Wei;
adGeneral Otto v(n Mstuelle Day bye
Sand General Otto yon 8tuelpn'ei ^on Lyck, about 5 miles southeat brated July 14 (Bastille DayI by
hav; both died in France. The of Insterburg: and 20 miles from blowing up 17 railway trucks.
Committee of National L.oera .u.., the Russian vanguard, and with a Traffic is practically at a stand.
quoted an Underground report that mopping-up operation in the Su- still on the Bordeaux-Paris line.
SField-Marshal Rommel was fatally wauir triangle.
wounded In the head during an air A Transocean military spokesman CONVOY AMBUSHED
attack on the Normandy front. aid: "Every Soviet break-through
The German radio denied yester-, attempt was frustrated" in Lithu- On a road in southeastern
day that Romml was either dead ania and General Bagramtan seems Prance, patriots attacked a convoy
or serious y wounded to have diverted a strong armoured of two tankers, six lorries carrying
General Stuelpnagfe, military formation to wheel down on the troops and an armoured car. AD
administrator of occupied Prance, ast Prussian border city of Tilst the vehicles were destroyed and
was reported to have committed from Biulal, O miles northeast. 140 Germans killed.
suicide following the failure of the At one point, Soviet troops In the Oaronne region It I s e*
Generals' plot on Hitler's life, were only 48 miles east of Tilsit. timated that 2,000 Germans have
The Underground said Stuelpna- Tanks and machine-gunners sup- been killed. In the Pyreunn l lg
gel on July 21 ordered the arres ported by mobile artery drove atrlot atcked by 80 o
of General Oberg, Chief of the ported by m obile ari drova eededpIo withdrawing with0 a
Gestapo in the Paris area, but aonr Cie road to Riga in Latvla, succeede In withdrawin without
Gstpo in te Pr is re^.?;btr-*tedly narrowing the 20-mile cor- less.
dered his release and returned to l
Berlin the following day. The ridor which Is now the only con- On the Vercore Plateau nea
Underground said Stue'nageli then necting link between the German Grenoble. a patriot force has
drove to Verdun and saot himself, army corps of approximately 35 been holdlrg out for weeks agalaSh
Divisions in the north and south the Germans, inflicting heavy
Fie.,Mar hl zones of the Baltic States losses ________

many. ae nS at least 29 German a r i-tmarisa*iA
aircrat to his credit, including Commits Suicide
1 shot down at night. When he
was awarded the second bar to his STOCKHOLM. Aug. 1 (AP) -
D,.O. last month, he became the The newspaper "Aftonbladet". re-
only man to hold three DS.O.'s ported today that Field-Marshal
and three D.F.C 's. Busch, Commander of the German
------ -- armies retreating from White Rus-
s ila. committed suicide following
Amhes Hit At Japs' :oe ta ,su' o do
Allie HitAt Jps 9 the Generals, plot against Hitler.
The port. circulated under a
Rear In Tiddim Bale, Switzerland dateline, said
ReaC In U idd n ihe Marshal killed himself after
underground third degree treat-
S OUHAs?" ASIA CO.1.MAND, ment at Hitler's headquarters.
K&IUY, Aug. 1 (Reuttru--t oi- ____
teenth Amiy troops are ii:. ing far
In the rear of tat ,apan.je rctLeat- N i ff r ward
ing down the 'icdim iu.d, and aZIS Offer Rewaru
thus trareaten to cu ,ae main ene- or C
my escape rou. Storms s aid swol. Fr -ns rtr
len rivera whieh have swtpt away pira r
nries amle uelaytng the Allied LONDON. Aug. 1 (Reuter) .-- The
advance on Tamu, Ix miles Inside CPrman radio tonight named an-
B rma, and John Nitxon, B.B.C. ciher alleged conspirator in the
reloter, cables that the stown 1 rent attempt on Hitler's life ont
covertd b s wrongg enemy posiatuons, offered a reward of 1,000,00 marks,
whiJs Alred troops are trying to bout .40,000ooo at pre-War rates, fot
wipe out. 'his ca.pture. The wanted man is
In northern Burma Chinese tLr-ops Dr. Karl Goedoter, a former Mayo'
ltve gained more ground In Aylt- y of Le!plg, He is the first proml-
kyina. tr James Grigg, t' Wcnnt eritan politician tobe named
srtarytold the House of C-oftally In conmection with the
na today that in the tait six attempt. He was Genmany's TratI
months f is year. Britnh. India Dictator before Hitler cam to
an Wet African force, lost 6,9181 power and- was the wl 9Food
offers and men killed In the, .lnmmisionerf or a few mnt"a in
Burma eampalgn. The number of1 934.
wounded was 19,916 and there were! ____ __
TAm Npr~e ew DOWh says Ri ok TM
that Japanese divisions. British Name
moS half the enemy's aio n I ..n I
Burma, have been defeated and Talks Delegates
lartly detroyed tIn the Allied of-
ftensiven the Burma frot duro M Aug. 1* etwe-
th pest res months. Te British deuleation ta Ue
JapameSe asluNlt"s were 11001m"ortbefn ini a inalt w
tOhi 101 klMed and wounded. ington en the futur orld ej.
41A* &MI otW include losses by gasnlatlon l e nme i ef th
boambiaL if. disease and star- lwinog peSmm:--
valu, i. ____ aSir Alexamnder Cadoga a, leader
at te daeltatls" hr wo~ms
U.S Admiral Dies '. ow Mat
S1 Ore0n lcea Admiral i Percy
h *D1 r<- Noble. Llout.6en 0. W. Ma
In 'Piane Crash ,rdy, Air M wa W 't.am
Webb, Mr. o"W" Jew ati l
WANIKOTor, Au 1 (AF) For8eign O : ce: 16 04
The M ItMM odlazear.-Admirml Dunn. of the Was Ce ois:
Cae 4 eI. 4i W in an at,- Mr. Peter Caley, Privat Seea
pla" embt In thowt Ml- t an to Sht Ao Wn OiS;
day. No tlaermaton was med- profeeor Webster, f th r
atay ava ria e thUe number office: Mr. Paul F alla, V tS
othr easubtl-m the stash w Foreign O6ls4
2err as ta e oft ON Compoeelen of the jelgtion
frome wame, c Pe"as' 9 was B'in ed by the Foregn
m 'twvy eM ttoose wa at thR e" e mOa600 t. -
WW we anid e a.
e e sa0t kin fI i WSLWMgBUi9 (IGEN-AL
eoeus or ae~t 4= 201041 Prs N"dm t aeeet esnosla-
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Th1 the Cnity Council debT po0theei
tpamcy alum clearanu D ill Is re-
0 today. we hopo no further tme

will be wasted in the attempt to pick
Saws in this urgently-needed measure.
The City Council has been a pioneer in
orker' housng, as witness Its South
Quay Mad S LON, and we have
No doubt Itapproves te purpose of the
draft hle Let it then thrw the whole
o fitl weight behind this effort to grapple
Quickly and effectively with the alum
problem, and so support the Government
In an exceptionally worthy endeavour.
i The purpose of the Bill is to abolish
red tape in sowiving the working class
housing problem. When passed it is to
Operate for two years only, though it
may be renewed for 12-month periods by
resolution of the Legislature. This is a
recognition of the special needs now
existent which amply justify emergency
ineasures, for while th- cumbersome
processes of the Slum Clearance and
Housing Ordinance may suit normal
times, they cannot meet today's urgent
demands. The delegation of extraordin-
ary powers to a small committee of the
Planning and Housing Commission, on
Which the Medical Officer3 of Health of
Port-of-Spain and San Fernando will
3be co-opted, will permit direct action
Where most required.
: The problem has been discussed for
years, and now that an Intelligent at-
tempt at solution has been proposed it
Is reasonable to expect co-operation. "It
js not enough to say that the Planning
nd Housing Commission is going ahead
with new houses," we wrote in October,
1942. "What we need is urgent tempor-
try accommodation to meet an extreme-
ly bad situation, and we hope the
Government will take a realistic view and
adopt practical measures in the emer-
gency." We went on to suggest that the
wooden buildings used for military
racks might be copied for the civil-
ian population as a temporary ex-
The emergency still exists, and the
words written almost two years ago
continue to be applicable. How is this
temporary accommodation to be secured?
By the complicated and lengthy proce-
dure of the old Ordinance, or by a frontal
attack on the problem as now proposed?
Obviously nothing can b. gained by
relying on leisurely processes requiring
endless bargaining and debate. The
special committee will be equipped with
the necessary power to provide tempor-
ary housing with a minimum of delay
for persons displaced from slum areas
which it intends to renovate. On the
other hand we have only to recall that
no alum areas have yet been tackled
under the existing roundabout proce-
dure, in order to see how important It is
to change those methods. It may be that
amendments tn detail are required be-
fore the Bill is made law, but on general
principles it deserves the ullest support
as an emergency measure. It is a direct




In aid of Red Cross Funds for Supplying Books and
Games to Prisoners of War

Works for Two Pianos-including excerpts from the famous Concertos
by Greig and Schumann, Charles Brooks, Fred Rock.

SONGS for Mezzo-Contralto with Violincello Obligato-
Lilk Hobson-Hughes, E. F. Aonensen


0 0 Arthur Donegan.


FRIDAY, 4th AUGUST, at &.45 p.m.

A;u"BRON y P 4JIAMW . $1.0A.
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pmO-nuina WILL ALO BOLD AT O0ft&

pu Was *W %avHIs work was adaunimstratls poll- Gooog by personal an avenue.
It.vJ btw "" mmwa dadj ti judicial. Including Police bad had *d.him song aM
NvmI-utkk* w ew rbr re.um ".Wma 0ourt work and his respooaIblUe6 gOmiv h- a natural strength for
1a 1M;.lkWa s, her fadema *M were many and varied. th dea g ith o people to
Ph* weg Mll us bVf-a woo* ih hoepeput
me ai $e tote""-a e. whim Uhs dty lay.
Stirs"ai g..iSt" mo s. A LEADING Q ZUTVON And who, I ask, were tho .
o-Mosing te ia"lastmemno. 60*
xbo as o eO 6wom IadMat1o55 -eDOOPie? Werethe Wmen,
Mistedqeto-. arns, % aktisl eading ilon v W a f i'1 Ovi t Ore? ho be
, r m, .tto .', ask this leading eton: HowladminZstred) and -jutce, jut
RVO ea.eJ br C a-aeC. can you whob hay, so iy bels tyeba a e satoa ad h'
Widt Ia aetar bstle, I W born with a sLiver spoon in youruPt at OmW SM MI mSe..r,
I-i-- semm--a .me, mouth, understand the hardship yM are Um MTt.a.',
| bateaa dmq, see Sap was and aufferingp s of the poor so that ca u se the l Ttvak o Wn IBa
!"A their om-imoaie your going was just?" jttlst et
Ma * on t bas,-a e |what you think. my demr -Imwh -VAo"leept
Ph*-, 1:'- 60"1?! ^ ^?OU~r YM ar Whh ode
I t otmi um wo"l you are wrong:" and for the The aver ko -b ud "
Pf ls tin*s 1d im ttar', w s&M neat hour or so I remained sei- idiMsai am de-a at Os, ,
I" was -uxt. I> sf-a mobud b -?-T heard a stoy of b" wIk*
a bad6s.tie, It"".1 swaym1-1I=.I
v.rwe Ha. rL as6 T$- reltiout young man dthavna rM office i-

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A WaH oVf0 S U 10 W PHO be
Inforamion MadbgA to tU M W1 d 6 oiW-fa-

Ptert ans um nt
sms Joud aBm. 5.
gm. a, VAL an
the wran*U~cWatL . '*
lIStt June. 1944 *

"oatmt n aet l rnMeent pap at

which PI"ipdine Iq partlmet
hPort- kn iL sbmmeM. W
hope bl ltlHii fl moved
afd that It paa through the Lg-
SWisture wm be rap. Us
Nazi Propagandists Mad
LaUbftg-Stock Of Hitler
TEAT t b war IIs required brain a
much as it has required brawn will
readily be conceded by the most case-
hardened warrior of the land, the sea, or
the air; but it Is not the generals or the
admirals or the air marshals tone who
have to exercise the grey matter., There
are the Allied propaganda chiefs to be
taken into consideration. Their job is
not spectacular though day in and day
out they match their wits against the
enemy propagandists led by Dr. Josef
Goebbels, who may be described as an
accomplished prevaricator and a twisted
man with a perverted mind. A successful
propagandist must have a faultless
memory, but that is not one of the per-
quisites of Goebbels and his Nazi lie
factory, nor Is consistency their watch-
word either. Only r-cently Goebbels has
been mixing strategy and boasting with
his propaganda campaign, as in Turkey,
where the little man with the breastful
of medals has apparently come a splendid
Though it works in strange ways,
propaganda need not be dishonest. Facts
may be juggled with, but they remain
facts just the same. Tha Nazi plan is
truthfully to give a few relatively un-
important items to create confidence
and then follow up immediately with a
whopping big lie, as their story to the
German people at home that the "doodle-
bugs" had emptied London, and Britain
was crippled, or their earlier "howler" in
1942 that the Soviet army was irretriev-
ably smashed.
British propaganda Is quite different.
There is nothing bombastAc about it, nor
are attempts made to hide a serious
situation or exploit a hypothetical one.
The British Prime Minister Is the United
Nations' chief propagandist, but no on0
would accuse him of making extravagant
claims, or of bring anything more than
modest even when circumstances on the
surface appear to justify it. His trans-
parent honesty Is the yardstick by which
all British propaganda is measured, and
it has served its purpose well.
The propaganda department of the
Soviet Union is if anvthin. slightly more
restrained than even the British. for
recent events have shown that the Rus-
sians must be absolutely certain of a
thing before they give it the official Im-
primatur. They will not accept stories
of their successes from a German source,
and Marshal Stalin's official news has
quite frequently been two or three days
behind the times. Obviously there is
more in this than meets the eye. quite
apart from the fact that ti-.he wily Marshal
would no more trust the iNazi prona-
gandists than he would trust .Hitler
There Is one bit of Nazi propaganda
which has been intriguing the Allies.
and for which no reasonable explanation
ha. vet been made. When the bomb
attempt was mad! on the life of Hitler
the explosion is said to have torn off his
trousers. This story was given out by the
Germans in all seriousness but the effect
of it was to st all Germany laughing-
when the Gestapo was not In sight, of
course. In some quarters the report went
around that the story was designed to
have just 'that result of making the
Fuehrer the laughing-stock of the people
at home. but the official Nazis are not
renowned for their sense of humour and
to introduce something funny Into an
attempt to blow their Fuehrer to bits
would certainly not appeal to them. At
any rate the United Nations will be glad
to hear that Hitler has since requisitioned
a new pair of pants. He has to get a kick
in them one of these fine days.


_rmtu Snhould a omy

5syam.ais W wu Jiter
OW ve1st r mmaJ:%r i

paet urdltachn theedo It __ __ -- ____ -' -------
Trnn Needed Wba m ut Iam

S"e Better Salaries Favoured For
most sacred and desasMt s
m 11et Is Nat use aotoer
my ris e w ith, W Philt

n^ W4ndwarfd Islands Teachers
otmera Ifor the ekldrwe t be o
L y 1 w t m n e By aT QUINLAN, General their salary, although. _t renta
da Cised to-iSto ol sad I 5Lo ty. fc[ Golan, value of the a me should be peat.,
hamper ... h lanl Uriut& Wet I1al., Teachers' actually must pao.
Prom trahtfetg v*neamed suI

_to pro5e= of the Smmni- Aaaatioms. There ae other points of advan-
ty. They he to ereat mor a r- tr dv""- "tes bu tye anv Khoud au,-
r yo0u men and Wome I As eucaton Adviser to Sir rice to show how lberslly It is
strongly support the taw In Pran. S~ockdale, Mr. Hammond proposed to treat primary sohonl
ig serots p m ta hin has mae recent recommendations teachers of the Windward Islands.
parent for *e Improvement oa the educa- The British Guiana salary scale
so -Iov. r t U tions senices n the Windward I- for teachers has recently been re-
Port-ofsepan lands: and he, realising that every leased. Salary for assistant teach-
-Impvee.nt In te cdit aai eras ranges from $40-80 per month.
New Teacher1'* der- whihe the teachers laeour Is The allowance for 1st assistant
to sw a o for the gd of the chl," ha not teachers has been raised from $5
We at altat e 'aayoverlooked the need of Improved to $10 per month.
e is te ar wa remuneration and the social well- Head teachers will be paid from
kept In hopeful 1sn. We are being of the teachers. Io-s160 according to their certifi-
lookingthe fard to every meting As far as I have studied his re- cates and length of service, with
of the Pnance Committee, adg t commendations on this, they are efficiency bars. The size of the
every meeting of the Lefllatve the most enlightened proposals yet school or purposes of payment of
comcil.d tout to be disappointed, made for primary school teachers salaries has been abolished. PuOt
Rumour is always saying "next In these colonies. He has set a teachers will start at 12 per month.
month', but that "next month" lead tiat Is worthy of emulation by In arriving at a settlement of
never comes. all the departments of education in1 salaries for teachers in British
The Director of Education has the area. Guiana, eleven representative
stated that a new scale has been Although I am Informed that nominated by the British Guiana
drawn upe and submitted for aov ther are teaches who are not Teachers' Association gave evidence
nt's approval, and if ever it qut. satisfied with his increases on three occasions before the
spetive ermoJanu a de, re4 to the basic alai't s. nebertneiess' Teacher" Salaries committee, set
More recently, at a teachers' his subsidiary provisions thereto1 un isntaieb Governmtlent.o thas tWellands 6trc-
function at San Fernando, whe are, in my view, such as not to be peet'vso h t n t
the Hon'ble Timothy mW allW despised. groups of teachers who left Training
that teachers should be bter In rset place. Mr. Hammond Collede.
paid the Director's reply wai that has always advocated that "thai
the new scale was in te bands of yment of tehes acodg Trinidad Conditio s
the Finance Commltteh and m the s re ef te school is undester-
hon'ble gentleman Mr. Roodal) able"; and has givens cogent "reasons In Trinidad, assistant teacher
was on that committee. therefore. I might add that in the are paid salaries from $26-70o, ac-
ASSISTANT TEAc sE. year 1920, this principle was adopt- cording to their certificates; first
South Trinidad. ed by the late Mr. H. H. Hancock. assistant teachers 814 extra: and
W 1a M.A.. r e first Director of Ec.uca- head teachers w38-l160 bsep d on
Orlforwarde Taxs tion for Trinidad, by which he then certificate and size n f school. The
Overloaded Txis had set at rest the agitation t by a nniumi salra quoted here is thae
Thie Editor. "Trinidad Guardian" teachers of that Colony for a paid the women teachers: male
Please- allow me apace in your proved salary faclloies. steadtecher starts at $4 higher
columns to call the attention of Bit the change was short-lived:! and rie assistant teacher $2
the police to the overloading of for in the following year the Direc-r higher
trxi-cabs on tie San Juan route at tor was ill-a.dvised into a reversion A comparison between the sal-
night. I counted no fewer than to the former principle which took ariet s oald m British Guiana and
s'ven passengers in one which the size of the soaool into consld- in Trihidad must take Into consid-
as licensed to carry only four, eration and thereby a fresh start eraton two important factors, In
and t0 assenero a in a another also was given to unrest and salary dis- t.e former colony, unlike Trinidad,
I, this not tr Arry f r satisfaction in the teaching ser- I have been informed, that male
siven fr mt n n art y fourt an.er
Mar I ark if the Th ird PartyIn- vice up to the present time.) and female teacher are paid on a
-surance by these taxis covers 1i- Mr. Hammond has recommended: flat sale: imy experience as a
ucto all patSengers n eceh n at a Long Graide for both head headteacher convinces me that
orYotherwe 1peno rs exee and assistant teachers: -the lowest female assistant teachers in Ti:ln-
Pot ifor a woman teacher living awaysalarY as for the males. They work
n e tefrom home." Special salary con- for i: and secondly Britc Gui-o
I dult Education adre th e thsns for men should be extend- a s the colony i n which "cons id-
oublt gen tle ad to certificated tew ero who are a rable effort toward co sntrolling the
e c lt ra lub e. in receipt of mmall salaries but wish eacest ofs living by means s of subs l-
AnSd I TEAe uEtRbe il be to m e arry, apnnl eaaadop beenputi into effect;
Sout Trnidd emrv h oilsa d- by' l(w thel te M r. H H Han rcok sssan enacoshers$4extra and

frtadi the hintg I The maximum salary for men of therefore the salaries paid the tea-e s
Iio adsl tedicatioe-n f rot h the grade should be enough to chersa there are of greater eCOinom e
Ovloadeut Teadu risin chd do e maintain a family. Differentiation womrththhan lis the experience in
The Ec tha oTrin Ine stol dwon between men and women should Trinsidated at tne present tine.a
to. c alm a s to aeinyoe wilurty be made in the higher part of thead Teachers' salaries are inder fur-
col-runateons to deaelo theatn ion o( utithbe cag a sho rt-lived:lacedthe asitatteachera $la lat 2513

tc adimpie to remove laltan I ae in view of the greater domes- ther consideration In Trinidad. The
aca- ondi m r oe the e s ol ster- necessar on salaries person pom peadiston desab theren r
ard c the working class r t ic reh t ponsiblthe es of the men. ro m moe ns nation trois n are
tht isalso a weli-knowit fact ib9 A Selected Grade on a higher hananloslyth aWaitedhod beb 'the eloteachers.gad
t myrlads of proin e child- scale of e salary, of limited num bers. something like n Mr. Hamm ond's
sien soedRtoE l eave school due in which not oneely supervls ing Selected ttae for the Wiondwars
and c0ruassenges.is ralsoteachers, but o est isting head- Islands s terimposed l on n the exist
e a fine opportunity to tha teachers cf class if Judged Ing aong ade, to which cr, ass mae
Isitabqenotadteacher danger' paid 5 on a

Nl.Mrtunate ones to develop aty ite should be placed.n te a tnd herm to a east2toa
latent talent Those not judged suitable should years of continuous service as lead-
Thlju aitrusc movement, i h ope be placed in the lorong grade if teachers. am onng others ashmul be
will shere as an incentive to ter- necessary on salarchers personal to promoted, is desirable. t
[ary and social clubs throughout themselves The number of posts Speaking on promotions in the
he island, initi s ally suggested is twenty, to be Civil Service of t rintldad, the ere
GEORGE NEPAULSING. revi ed at five-yearly ihntervals. tary of Staa e for the Colonies, n
odnc ee rn e a s a y e his reply to ths e petition of ithe Civil
Mi edetrhntods Wanted f or me nh damongo olred e eend- isisther thingswe "reasonablyd
Tg ltEdti o Ins wase who" lon withe orei t ra pid promotion for deserving of hfi-
The Edtor.Trin Md Guard o Aldones, teaches ieanchage rcers ha been asmured as may be
ut he T ,nI tatd that osnch gradepso ecei ch arge s*u e f lm s the fact that a the
Friday eduastaed ctoune of the v commended et tlonar there were 41.
eInent has agreed to let the City In addition to their salary in the fnrst clashes clerks with les than 0
oruncl have the services of hydrau- long or selected grades. The mu t ch ears' ervee and eight wie t lessc
lic department experts for lmprov- dreaded. but necessary -.effci~ency than 10 years' service ,nit of an
ing Port-ofd.on re Sp tain's water supply bar" is dvocatel fto he long establishment of h e while of then
About t the o nly thing that such grade. a nia clerks eight had les
experts can suget, is in ryv opin- IIt is also recommended s that "a than 16 years' service."
Ion. the drilling of a few more new maehor hl lve ah an example If, therefore, teachers of at least
wilds, or connecting those which. t er -mm ty ad In t one 5 to 30 years' service as heidtauT-
understand, Government already of the w ineIn l faetors is hiheer ." chre s wish for a states equivalent
has And it is further considered rses- to that of senior clerks in the
After that La done. wiln It be enable that teachers be provided Civil Service, then, by comparison.
taken for granted that this Colony 's good houses for which they should theIr request ia a most reasonable
water problems are tovn, epotoath not pay more than 10 per cent of one.
in relation to an adequavtto pply _________o___________e__t-2-3
for fires T '
oUri nle methods In e in large, Ha dsuiles A r ofL u erhi
ountrie are adastived here. there rihl nips g a icea ershUlp
will se noerasaninentive ofslitr eesayolaaie esnltopooeisdsrbe

an ILTON cilu s Dy D oNA NAFEo RAI s8 Firped by Rider Haggard's tale
r called "She." he was soon to know
Port-of-Spain. I have always thought that If I starvation, thirst and what it was
h In. i thad been born a ys ns instead of a to do malnual labour for his crust of
Street Arabs Nuisance woman, there is no appoint- bread, and even to fall down in
T GE Rditor 'rla ULad 1G renai ment I would rather have sc'ured the streets of Johannesburg with
Sangrem Gratndet. hifa d st r epl yphosthepetiinr.te ii

Permit me to bring to the notSAel there
of those concerned a public nuls, officer in the Civil aervice. 8o He had dug and prospected for
nce which has existed for months much power for good les win gold along with other strung youna
'Modern Methoodss rasan tWaentnedx am pidpooinfreeevn fi

da and night, at the corner o( tAonge gra undito seot angex, men who had noc had the same
Williz and Brthwalte Streets, Bel- to the community at lre prlvileges in their childhood such
month. There s not enough willingness as he had enjoyed: He had driven
As many au 10 or 1 Idle bos to hre In the regions of empire a train ont the incater mine; He
and young men ranging from the as yet touched by bombs and had joined as a trooper in Betting-
ages of 12 to 21. assemble at this plotles 'planes, not enough people ton's Horse and fought with them
particular spot from s p. to who are civic minded and ped a pree d in the Jameon Raid; on his return
about 11 or 1i They rut races, to go all out to help those less for- e6s London, having staked a claim
tthng, curse, and wora t of alL. tunate than themselves, and thus ahortlhr before the Boer war, he
throw stones at passing IoI. to help them who are dyin4 for wa- p2emonally Interviewed by the
The stones sometime n to them and being maimed and blind.- Secr-etary of State for the Colonles
enclad wards and on hoMts of d on tha battlefields of Europe i nded appvi nted asmuntyor District
rest onta living tin that area.t rea- nd Ayua. n Com inhr er. susamequently rising
in1 w5 -w-pane. The spirit to ensure Is that the to become Britsh RiMent of the
S will be grlad if the poellse will peaceUtme word to which these vat a already ete
take the necesa~r, atej to Meround and women return will be B
te these seearas ad stoe S better one than that they left be- IMAOXNATION WUTTrD
nuisance, which Is beomn wohp .
Inrelat1 d I once met a man. tall aad d- My tma tlon was whetted.
o r aY. t nguisthd looking who had gov- Here wa the ideal type to govern.
Belmont * AdlO.OO iq'uare muie of densely I felt the power that flowed from
Belmont populated and ractUcallv untrod- tl- bmn leader of men. A man
Sar. _--- den fn Wet A frica lo. Hte who bad known the StruggleS and
ISasah nTitann.c ...at a re aa suffering of the un.


Import Programmes For


With reference to Control Board NotUce dated Iat M
published In the Ossette Extraordinary of 20th May I
who anbmtied return for PUMPS luded* e aPA I
Selected LiUst under CMP Code Numbers 141.1, 14L# aa4
hereby notified that many pump included in return cs
these Heads are really Domestic Water Systems and WtI
ment, which categories come under a Limitation Ord
tural Machinery and should be classified as follows:
Division 1: Deep & Shallow Well ysteY .,t
SItem No, 211 Deep well, reciprocal
214 Deep or shallow well. jet type
215 Shallow well. 250-499 gals. per 10w ,.
21 Shallow well f00 gal& ps r MW Md
Division 2: Power Pump
Item No. 217 Horisontal type up t sad inl bi
P.M. 100 IbL. pressur. :
Division 4: Attachments
Item No. 219 Attachments for all items In group '
terms of net shipping weight In poun
Division 1: Irrigation Pumps
Item No. 227 Turbine pumps ,
328 Combined with item 227 ,
229 Centrifugal pumps
230 Hydraulic ram
Division 4: Attachments
Item No. 236 Attachments for all items In group 1fl
In terms of net shipping weigh ai Tt
It is therefore requested that all Importers coerned|
mit to the Secretary of the Control Board, net iatr tiap
1944, revised returns classifying those pumps which M
above categories in accordance with item numbers
These returns should quote all Complete Pumps In
value, and Spares in shot ta.
Witi regard to other Pumps which properly M01a
Code Nos,. 141.1, 141.2, and 141.3, It will also be neceMaMI
cent Information as to capacity (gallo ds per mlIute)
enable accurate classifcation. The Spar trhe 151
detlar value as was originally done. t
It should be emphasIsed that basic conditions O
ginal programme are still applicable, and sources of f
be included J
As the above information is required immedlately S
Kingdom and the United 8tate of America, It It
turns be submitted with a little delay a pm1b. .b i

Old Post Office Building
7 St. Vincent Street,
s1i July Ibt4.

Secretary, Col

Tobago St-me aw

further to the announcement ade AO
is regretted that the As Torao" amt b,
f tmen =e TrnidadTobag ec ntl *
A outtanding puuenm tueeti 1
regarded as cancelled, ad application
mts shopl be afde tote arbour MN
The scheduled mrnee of the u. "Tfd
tinue, but priority auap os wllbe.
md *t per=="taSMig
an bushig ^ ^-*


Be]rgaaiuation of
Volpateer F.B.,

(1) It ba been deded to re-
organise the Port-of-Spai
branch of the Volunteer r
Brigade as a number of membp
have left te Colony or dstrit
(2) All appointmentS made
prior to Ist July, 1944, are ma-
celled as from 1t August, 1944.
(3) Persns who wish tO
listt or r-ennllt should now
apply to the Superintendent
Fire Brigade (P.B. Head-
quarters, Port-of-Spain) or Major
Rooks (T. Geddes Grant Ltd.),
if they have not already done
(4) Old members who do not
wish to re-enlist must hand In
their equipment at any Fire Bri-
gade or Police Station.
R. A. Erskine-Lindop,
Acting Commissioner
of Police.
Police Headquarters,
28th July. 1944.
Import And Export
Control Regulations.
The list of goods In respect of
which Import Licences will not be
Issued by the Competent Authority.
published in the Royal Gazette of
2nd December. 1941, Is hereby
amended by deleting Item 56 and
substituting the following:
Item 5" Other Manfactune-
Albums photographsh, stamp, au-
tographs, &c.) Fancy stationery,
compliment slips, menu cards
printed or blank, novelties, paper
andkerchlefs, paper plates, pa-
per saucers, paper table cloths.
programmes, visiting cards, christ-
mas crackers, calendars, advertis-
ing matter, trade catalogues.
price lists and similar publi-
cations except for Cinemas
and in cases where a declaration
is made by the Importer to the
effect that no funds will leave the
Colony directly or Indirectly In
connection with such calendars,
advertising matter, trade cata-
logues, price lists and similar pub-
Secretary, Control Board.
Old Post Office Building,
7 St. Vincent Street,
28th July, 1944.


Teachers' s
Teachers' Ex i

Th quasin -J
tbov .xnlnartlw3
be received, sue
tat they may not
tfor te aalaa
as previously arrange
er' Examinations fn
to August
Teachers' &a~a
Augst 12th.
In view of this,
will be advertised.
inatuons will take iS
new dates under
If the papers ar
time, a notice eotf
original dates of the
will be published.

Department cf Eduatai

For the constructhk
Station together
N.C.O's Quarters,
Pound at the j .t
Road and Carmaing
See Notice in
dated I1th July.
culars as to terms ai'
of Contract can be l
Public Works Dep
tractors will be i
security of $3.000X ,.
Tenders close at
August, 1944.
Tenders to be
Colonial Secretary
Port-of-Spain m. t'
side of the envelep
the construction. L
ItC., at Marawl.'t" '
Dated 17th Jxly 1 I

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^^*K *rolona UItOM ct, .c

.... ,. 0--d! M.Pr, Remser dyU ia
thae tatc

ulld dk dmael n intuf j n--e-ou of tGamyg ons
^^^BBI^JB'-tour fed ehoBOBUM
the de-
whica he
aascept. i OF__
erosion,.* sed4eeenlLq J, ~.316.
forese, hebe#eo"0 a~
No t nandy, t waI reepoted
a"' e emia. Jyy i7 n this Mn-e
ustlm San w be yeas I. Tmnlua.te .

eforM.Ps Remedy

b"werepared 0ateth waitrdcdopoet
is L y wee .Morrison Lapse
was u^ISS LOeDeOW, Aug. I (Router)
W trde peas A Bill was rusdW through all Its
tr deh ydrhati stages In the House of Commons
b uilde hra t today to remedy the position
adi5e. caused by the failure of the Min-
istry of Home Security owing to
H j fia. nh oversight to lay regulations
uic Show covering the National ire sBer-
vices before Parliament,
s igA t f The actions taken under these
SOfKI n .erne regulations had been illegal and
11orerepo t e the ill was introduced to protect
wee rprt Mr. Herbert Morrison, the Minis-
yesterday r e r t
M"*e' The eexpecte ondd storm did not take
H m present- place and the Bill was passed
,i00Iop weith- l ewcomments.
-oS. TSir Herbert Williams Conserva-
Us A, B. Wright, tine) summed up the position
13 the P1?1"48 wit "He (Mr. Morrison) has
f rone forvene by his complete

br A&. eaw ror OnedONAug i (eete) W
Sfrankneo and humbleness."
110 Mem1ou- Mr.Morrisn. apologising for
Te "my. "m, th gmrave lapse" said that if the
aIuss Bill U were passed. no outside action
I ntut" Woon should be brought against any
Ei officer or anyone con ected rith
ave thepolls* the regulations.
Hlpu. D eantadac as-
qpt.4 a mu"f l ., Newfoundland
chrs of To Get Choice

r-m, t .-
histow Pgril LONDOwN, Aug. 1 (Reuter) As
( h.isoalP moon aftet r the war In Europe as is
special loud- practlcable, the British 3overn-
m l'R"al mnt, Intendsto setup the ma-
o"Impe rso nators chinery enabling the le a
and Prinam wew am to oxaine fhe fu-
au d scenes o t e the isA and express their
i- t wn Y vie on the Iom of Government
pady sW they desire, having regard to the
financial and economic eondl-
--e e dtions involed iat the tunam. Ml
9 W .1tu M. au a"10111, under-aecre-
*^*Kiw *^Aftt to" for it* D=640"ns gave this
Gets e uanee In. the Rouse of Corn-
Parn usasi-e today. Mr. vaiw stated
.Par nty that o cultatIons were continuing
Between Newfoundland authorities
S Aug 1 (AP)- and thle commissioners of the Brl-
t"cal pa to tisha Government there.
wxd catod
Srogramme sup-
t es dtoe Anti-Hitler Revolt
S Itn own Socialist o s
ccwhichtheP; Reported Crushed
BONe. Cfcr- WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (AP) -
leader and pirst reports reaching omicials from
s aneg Iansid Germany disclosed that the
Nazis appear to have crushed the
H is cleaning g or re- factions vlvhed In the bomb plot
mate*all alic agaiw t Hitler. These reports.
Simty ex which are official as distinguished
pol hater through- from t o German radio and neu-
oaesert: "Cower&d trial capital gossip, indicate that
B raptor ho d0e3 0tfor the moment Hitler has ArmI
K control. Best description of popUt-
har erman reaction to the bomb-
ing atteMpt Is apathy, the Informs-
TwoA Give dn t son says.&- f ar as is known
Gi WO rkthere waee no rioting bIn Germany
following the' announcement of
-- tr the attack on Hitler. nor were there
s n y demonstrations and rejoicing
Correspondent at his cape. it is confirmed that
Mr. sam Peer- h the Nazi ok speedy and far-
rilugia ooun. reaching control measures imme-
U Barnes. who diately after the bomb attempt,
cnada to pursue cially in Berlin. A tight cor-
of himour to BM pf h aw s been thrown about the
1SocIal Work- entie Government building district
Sevening.In the capital.
will enter the GEMANS TO PAY
to to read law.
ead for the S.A. The Soviet binbassy letin, in
oerg Wliams Un- an article apparently based on
.t e h. similar information, said: "It is
at tt5t1 not the mutinous generals who
-- Mr c. will bring Hitler Germany to her
knees. but we and our Allies. We
do not need thb aid of any Oer-
HIS TOR mans whether stupid or clever,
the Atn Gov whether purblind or awakened.
IB.'EB1.6^*5 Ocr. We rely on tanks and shells and
ased to appoint grenades." The article, by llya
to e to act in the hrenburg, one of Russia's most
OM f Civil Aviation, prominent journalists, pointed out
'a5b5m ffrom the that the Germans cannot escape
iA Newark, the the consequence. of aggression by
-0nouneed ye0- simply kicking out Hitler "Ger-
an had a good Ume robbing and
1111DOnt Is witi Ipillasging. Now they are paying
f the price." the artllcle added.


2.00 Pairs



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PtriE SO4.00 pS p
pti e $400 per pair,


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Iim Te lelUs lEde Tea IE To Goe
the belt-Is mur Meet .1 bel. So *hen
te~tiw ta the joit AND below theX
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t u llde6 00"Ms .

Ex-iCnvl. Servant
tured Medil Courne
ed rota the mgWfl SGiomm
was a proper omiwie
Mr. a JoBmain, wh O ., OOOB-
attention ttahe feet thet es ti-
trial the magitateft had ealed
up on an uter A tat be .a4m
who had admittedtatn ha
given Jagreop the bau of yeas. It
was cear, b h trew neat oilig
upon he other ma the gis-
trate was emified with thetat

parsty was Mr: .enyadtoo
ment given Jagedo.w
Roe." t. i c a gume nt, bo. .ow-
ever tE. Vppee Court referrAed to
the onefl.ting .tteWati made
by MJagroop from tin. e ie. i r

Ex-Civil Servant
For Medical Course
Mr. Ronald A. Binlow", mon of
Mr. Arthur Hinkaon Ward Officer
of prenal, and Mrs. Hlnkon, ihas
resigned from the civil vice to
go to McO11 Un tvetsty, Canada,
to study medicOine.
Mr. lnksn. who wasi a seond-
'class clerk attached to the Port-of-
_Spain Olonial Hospital, lavesI for
canada on August 0. me was guest
of honour at a send-off function
riven at a city restaurant last ,i-
ayevening by his colleagues of
the Health Department.
Master of ceremonies at the
party was Mr. L. Henry, and those
present Included Mr. 0. R, Payne,
ir. 0. H. Collymore, Mr. A. Mark,
Mr. E. Pierre, Mr. A. Yipchuck,
Mr. 0. Macntyre, Mr. A. h. Chin-
cheong, Mr. J.N. uillatnd. Mr.eK.
B. Millet, Mr. R. B. Wallace. Mr.
I. V. Serrette and Miss D. Miller
who presented Mr. Hinkson with a

U.S. To Get More
Barbados Workers
Thtnidad Garus a Correh ende-t
.BRIDGTOWN, July 24,- Pro-
vision was made at Tuesday's sit-
ting of the House of Asemnbly lor
the expenditure of another sum of
$0,000 to mWt certain expenses in
connection with the sending of two
more contingents of Barbados la-
bourers to US.A. The amount will
provide for an advance loan of .340
to each man. $1.00 Insurance for
the voyage and clerical expenses In
connection with recruitment.
Going over eLe 1.,m0 men.

Britain Planning
Better Education
LONDON, Aug I (Reutwr)-The
British Association Committee's
report on pot-war university edu-
cation, just out, make this point.
If democracy Is to prevail the edu-
cated eitisen must bothe rule and
not the exception. That means
better teachers and more of them.
The British Association Commit-
tee recommends more scholarships
with enou money to cover fees
byd expense, so that promising
boy and girls would have a cbabe,.
It thinks that there should be uni-
versity courses for natural scieee,
the study of citizenship, and ade-
quate provision for adult education.
It also puts forward other suggs-
tions including the extenston of
the use of the radio, gramophone
and ilm In education and the de-
velopment of the student exchange

Victory in Sight
The beaga of the end:
the dawn of a New Day and
Pesace and Goodwill towards all
men-the World made mae for
Demn racy.
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il n weninw the go
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nice (extbr in n tan and
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Sheffield And

Spitfire Win

SAFA Games
Sheeld defeated Carlton by
three goal to nens an saturday at
kinner Park, while 4 lre
amped Nspdrlat Col- team
5-1 In a slow game on Monday In
the S- ..first sglass league'
Carlton carried the gIame for the
first 16mlnuas, but threw away
their chance, and Sheftld came
back and put in two -oal befoe
thi interval. Selwyn aptiste and
A. Kennedy coring, while a.
Walls, notched a o In the -e.
ond period.
Naparlm.a equallsed with Spitfire
at one-all only to see the formal
champions go on to a -L.1 victofty.
One of the star players on the
Sptire lne up wa R. Crawford.,
who snasedw home three goals
while M. Dyer netted the other
All Frederick msored for Naps.

Q.R.C.-Notre Dame
Clash Today
Queen's Royal College who lost
the first engagement, to sporting
Club last wee'z, and Notre Dame,
who suffered a similar fate at
the hands of the colourful Maple
XI. will clash in a T.A.F.A.
league fixture this afternoon on
the Associatlon's ground In front of
shatand starting at 4.45 o'clock.
r. S. Agoatinl will referee, while
the linesmen will be Mr. N. KiU-
gour and Mr. L. Jardine.
There will be two second clam
fixtures this afternoon. Invincible
will oppose Indian Recreation on
the second class ground. Mr. Carl-
ton John will referee.
On the new ground, Windsor
will clash with Benbow, and Mr.
R, V. Mclntosh-Clartke will be
the referee.

J. H. Reid Wins
Golf Medal
The August monthly medal com-
petition took pluce on Saturday at
the St. Andrew's Oclf OClub, Mar-
aval. The course was rather heavy
because of recent rain, and condi-
tions were not at their beat.
The winner-J. H. Reid-had an
excellent score of 75 groa lews
seven handicap, or a nekt return of
M6, a most creditable performanee.
MaJ. N. F. A. Res was second
with 71 nett, while R. W. Con-
nolly and R, 8. Orell tied for
third place with 73 nett. The com-
petitions for War Savings Stampe
resulted as follows:--
lat J. H. Reid 0 nett.
2nd MaJ. N. F. Rea 71 nett.
3rd R. W. Connolly 72 nett.
1st. L. H. Palmer, 321 nett.
2nd. J. L. Reid. 13b nett.
3rd. D. N. McOnle, 34 nett.
Members are reminded of the
competition in aid of St. Dunstan'
to take place next week-end. On
e~tr~y r 5 U ,
August a stro -play oompet=t
over 3 holes, goss returns, will
take place, entries for which close
on Thursday at 4 p.m. All mem-
bers are asked to support the

Thrulsef a
Gum eiw
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phi" me

the m oIthend b ea

end thed bihume
ofLL,. To e yei
n4aW Aai ofSomdI? mdft
a dmImm% lit& P*N" meso

th,,e boweb. US, a, uume.
'Moe, pus n mi b the M nid.
I dmb a gkba
bNALLY.To spm' ew1

A JaPMe 1eta MeaM em-
Jhis 0" wtha o ed TaMjter

an 5 tohaht hexient a omj O
them downa hem, h b een
aPoeintek" Cliof tho N nt
Anw OWWra a"f,tka -
of~i yodt orlweriT Ii
Pot o tur H tM ea -cs (

Reporter Praises
U.S. 9th Division
LONDON. July 31 (Reuter)-
Robert Dunnett, B.B3O. reporter
has been with the Amerhce e
forces in Normiandy since "D-Day"
and toiht he sent a cameo of
the deds of the famous Aleritin
Infantry division, the Ninth: 5I
my It ias not just by accident or
even because they are a nice lot of
people that war correspondents
with the Americans have Seen *
peat deal of the Ninth. It is
because ever since the division had
been in the line it has been where
the nois of the battle *Is at Its
Thevy cut the Cherbourg Penin-
sula and fought into Oherbour(
Itself and did much of the heavy
fighting which carried American
armour right down the Cherbourg
The 33.0.O reporter amvthe
last time he visited them Malor-
General Xddy, their Commander,
was standing bareheaded with hise
guns firing all round him sending
an Impromptu anniversary meaIe
back to the home of thee men
In the United States.

Allied Supplies
For Jewish Children I
LONDON. Aug. 1 (Router).-It
was announced In the fHouseO of
Commons that additional supplile
of foodwould b*et through the
Allied blockade to the neutral
countries which accept Jewi r
fure, children from Hunxaiy.
Hungary's offer to allow Jewteh
children to leave was made through
the International Red Crow, and
has been sympathetically received
by both the British and United
States Governments.


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0 in mm -I-
"sw rMan"i % I* p""at% WMr. 0 P. W.
0 WWI* twimwr -r lb. a-m 1 bWao leI hero f t

dI" kh w u h Mte eq"Sb mtry to SWouthLise
^Ksffw am sy'. *"sSa ofme o 0a ="c

how, ftrir I*. Adm "bI"*" atMA"W.
i- -- wish DireMty mol- betwa"% ermlea MowOfd the
* gmsows leaving W' tMt. he 1 od kMtoe ft--ay wi
InclUde Mr.ab Morrts of Mr. aW U MsIM MorriW. Mr.
gg, w io tisan AMNUl k A to JOs ms O IUtle an's

AthO au. r up aseerdo SWda yl ubeM rtram isette
G0oria 0"& o f Bsra loadv. Mrs. utei tIs leavif
Ser hanisf I wo ft SIi s. I understand she will be
itE I 5 Dten with b rbelatie.
V-MA"n- ,h wek ft Mar WnnUhPll. Colomba. is Mrs. Plat
1Se l ode the farmer MDI ariO Krft4er et. will be
e e5S abny her fiv le-00e-ant-Od drta Atnge. R DwtUbe
i bgr t wbS. wto is em*Wod an the otifieldL
nM no-r DALTON, daughter of Mr. ad MlS. LV. Dat,
1 l be to pawr for Qurliquwir, VeNewela, this
Bn c Mwh o Daotn. who attends h e. we Uml0ne t ovent awr-
p" i going tospend he holidays with her arentis.
tLAh oCROWD 1 expected to be present at u at I &c a
SMumrnes,. being held at the Prdnces Bild g toiht. h
S The show which I heiuig sOTnred by there er oy .iaa.
in lad of the Pr'em Tsahail mortal HospitalM _
Aong th, iteimns there will be a piano sol Tiby I'is otf
the wonder boy pianat Mr MD. Carpentert will conwtute f Tp y-
% the violir and the P,,a:%Ir Band under Leut. Rupert Dennison
render an oe. -eriur and a felection.r
Thom who rnoy good mutlsic should welcome this show.

*i C C
mHE frturpuxe AMcLratlon is celebrating h DisrCrv wek-end with
A two dtatop h-one on Saturdas. August Inclutding a floor show
Thor& Thrns.' and her troupe, and the other a flappelf dance
"the followlne dav bpinning at 630 p.m i
SAs admliinfm t both th-, dances will be. by tickets only, those
gihing to ttern sheuld dtain theirA early.
M, !DI'JA NAPIM-RRAIKEfS, whose book oif ver'e. the **"olden
M Rain," breirw fld bot h In Trinidad and Tobago In aid of
t ad Cros t, has M. atked Mr. T. Cambridge, the warden of T*wO.
to be aud itorow the sales and to this he has consented.
?lsass bookI* osi rke M t4Wal 0*00rlV g$VAp-i-A aMmg
iroed as, they wili, T feel sure, he appreciated. ,rpeay as -the
us. ,or which thev art being Aolrl is such a worthy one.
0 0
S friatnd will be orrv to learn that Mi Clatre Andu, e ha% bewn
a patientat the ioloniIl Hospital since last WiduaeFiday Mim
indUse was riding a horse at At. James' Barracks and fell off and
her arm i trhas no Ideat how long she will remain In the
fn" tutlion, ot
VIr Aand Mil. M CROKE of Forest Reserve, have just l proved
t'ihe trlh of he old adage that, troubiEo nver rome "ingly.
s'*ber Boll, Michael. fell and broke his arm on Friday (f last week,
end on Pinday Wt. Croke had to have an operation. which was done
at Polnte-a-Pierm Nospital, I understand that they ar. both getting
5 all right
Miss Hilda Usuo, of Port-of-Spain, is *tayhlag with Mr* broke
while Mr. Croke Is in hospital.
MR. and MRt. A. P ALKINII. with their three tohldjre, have Just
eturned to PoltU"-a-Pltr from Bi'atof. wher o ey have
bem spending a holiday at Paradla Braseh Club Mrs. Alkiu and
tVia d'lldren apntw three months there and Mr. AlitkIn Joined then
for the last month
M.r H. T. Alkins traic'led with 'horn nn he ,ini }urne to
Viit her nintor and hr-"li'- Iti 5 Mr A.-rt Mr' Charle-%#i' ?y-. "1
Wiiian Avenmi. P"slnt..-e-Pt,' f #i-x n4'o-tA to -T ary~ut a nqn,.
S* 5
OME MR hi -'nd' way- a rar'y An Sat-irda ever..ng ir Masei'Pr
Dira M wfa'-' who Is ksnn ; ,hWmy ".r Mc(.UL 7nIve"ri.V.
*Mimtres-. paTr MSt-es-. wa eitged ?or the evening anrd t he artT
U~sted rfTS 8 tin M '7 a 11' T4 M Me .'y Masters nrd,.mer aUs
pbovekv I' bovc ),. anar hmar
The puW w"a bald at Mr asid Mrs nitkin hoseu and amongf
.these pMem wBB Miss jospinedh Oaicattfge Meer DMe* and
*VW W1 11JU0001 110GAOV, m is % Ml L a
I Ait?~.er 7'm6n'.v mig-r daM UNOW 'Denni
0"Wf. tAW V"Wf Vimor.f oatmfoWW Mjeie smMr son mt,
rttw-'34M WW*WIr Milar. Ma'er Chir'ie and Ma'wr John
fbbokF- W94. Marina an" Mw Gra'-Sria Omi: Muter -NlWhay'
Phitl Mistde Oonrad Brer. MStr PrIer Arrindi, WilN
OTwr' Rj-asnB. Mb-t*.J-- onh' ^it'po. MPo . Pat BiRneit Mist
C Elsa Oetl. bIt" B' PAkdel-, a-W MIM -rea AndsremU NA ().
Sc-'s" Mass :'me ("'.-v're' )M.v* *' en-.if.'..f uggu'. and Meeter
Patc r. t`W j* .' r-' fp'rr- i'n.


Pretty Wedding Celebrated

At St. Theresa's Yesterday

m. Wat Mrm SoMt at lUL t bibreb 0 .

=1026. ==asS Play Clothes
B w" "Awe o Do Two obs
ane bouguet u to--roes aiad
Ibt atute ~ a. tUsl-i ~M -s pin to 0mg a
Mio PearF l Bel-M, the hid liMog0 72 St t = Me
te, was MS -ot1onoor. MekbshtIsinmoitPue"19 he =-
he looked very pretty in aqua- vftet bmb ardriegot ama-
bu porgette. A bit of the m umSwto b sed ur ethw S puS
cowr'ed net with a small bunch of Meet Dphi o othes cm ht
hydrangea formed her head- sposia 10 vktary parfig,sM
r and she carried a bouquet of of them for ot her jos.t beshbo
the omne blooms. costs, When Madeof-"tta10 CO
The ceremony was performed by Irequently be ued fr eM Wm
ChplaIn Campbell and the beat- over summer dCrem e.
mrn was Sgt. Walters. A wraparound 4rM, butth-1-
A reception wuas held at Mrs. well over at the waste silE
Marit Antoni' home ane among loo mannbholes, a be worna u s
Ume invited were Mr. and Mrs. casual dress later. Make It of
Wifma Banfteld. Mr. Malcolm cotton sfu ft crasWh ad I either
Bonfleld. Mrs. Thelma Mayhew, a pastel or dee colour that will hb
Mrs. I. B. Isaacs and M1is torna wearable later.
Iaoes, Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Corbin, _
MIM Yvonne Lynch. Pvt. Bill
Oftmmn Mr and Mrs. Lisle God-
dai. Mr. and Mrs. Ourny Ghent, C lothes Q uiz
MtL Bdna Roxborough. Mrs. Marta
Antoni and Mr Domingo and Mr. "I have several blusme that have
Regge Antnn); Mrs. Camilla Peter- split through the Shoulder or worn
kin. Lieut. A. C. Adams, U.S.N., Mr. under the arms. Can they be sal-
Al Johnson. Cipt. Joe Walker, US. vaed n.any way?"
Army, Leut Larison. Sgt. Kale, If the bkluse an eawl good
Chaplain Camnpbell. Pfc. Peterion, around the neckline., cut them
Pfc. Mac Pheron. .Sgt. Byrd, Cpl. down to make dickeys and wear
Johnson. Pvt. Robson. Ptc. Burt, them with suits, or with a dress
8qt. Tull Col Travis, C)l Hanu-n, with deep V neckline. If the aileeves
Sgt. Stirling and Sgt Marcius. are good, mend them aad wear
t-hen with a l uma -be bUks tat

Today's D ry *le ahort alodhv
ZW a s ey to % e dfeent
"Muk and Adeniories, &M m^ b
"1Music an d Mmories," Prince's leng I In the taom. Is there any
Building. 830 pm. sal ty iportan n i others?"
Mid-week dance atTrinidad Pquently a skirt of ext good
Country Cub. qualities longer, and trW payood
Mid-week dance at Perseverance ut nr dt ll
VA."- fho ttime. B3 one "* t not t0o
Forthcoming Events slender, a full skrt can be short-
er than polnell-ltm "tU. Oored
Y.W.CA. bridge drive, BLi'ap 5sr. <,or those with a few pleats
High Shool. Friday, A.ugust 4. will be beat tor you.
Red Cross Crncer. Royal Victoria
Institute, F'inday, Auggust 4.
Ditictmery Danci, at Trinidad Six Months In Canada
Country," CLIb. wi' l .*Diwcial music x s n naa
and en'ertai.nmer,. Saturday, Mrs. raham Semmensi, of Bar-
Augu.t S. rackpore. accompanied by her small
Di.w ,vprv d ixco. P,,r ;ues As- daughter. Joan, Is leaving TriniUdad
%)i(tiont, it,. e:iirtrinnment on Augut 8 to visit her parents in
by Thnvra "fi.,,n,., ,td hi-r ',:pe, Calgry, Alberta, Canada. She ex-
S a!rdav Aig,:'t 5, 8 30 p 'peis to be away for six months.

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magltrate8 etOXwclie of power in dealing sum-
46WloUjaw hidictably. Leo WilliM. asrasming
his aswent to the form of trial adopted yea.
@ ltioi t afls sentence of two years ImpoedI
on An Anceiatlo of receiving a motor-car "
i or toles. .^ ^ d

aLmrlHousing Bill 15E
W .Listed For
eunde Legislature
t 1)talow-!
POtunltyeofj Ten Bils, seven resolutions, and
eing taken supplementary estimate totalling
properly in 6,o308, are among items listed for
S. ... presentation at the extraordinary
t on h -meeting of the Legislative Council
the appel- called for 10 a.m. on Friday, Au-
trate wan gust 4
te A- Nine of the Bills, including the
regulations much-discussed "Slum Clearance" Silver cap offered by VeS~us
P cnsented draft Bill, will come up for first Garit McCarthy I. the Grand*
I lMlY- It Only reading, while the tenth, "An -
ffence,heOmid rn ance mend the Spirits and livlpio .. C. Scooa l*o uIter-
1 f the acU Spirit Compounds Ordinance," will houme competition to be present.
1. 1der review the be taken through all stages. a yhma h colsae
sonaented and The resolution marked for intro. d byhmu at tho shorrol'sfsee
I w taken um- ductilon seek approval of Finance ay functon tomorrow after.
Spread. wr Committee recommendation., sup- noon. Attending the funetion
-. T. W. E. W-oral- elementary estimates and new re- are the Hoable 3. V. Wharton,
olcitor-.Genert.l, gulations made by the Oovernor-in- Mr. R. Patrick, Director *f
LWhtt the .regu? Council in connection with the dmoatlon, and Mr.. Patrick,
S o3t ws ch t ve he computation of excess profits and who will distribute prisee and
,. the intro payment to members of the Volun- certificates.
nlts he said teer Fire Brigade for their services. --
nothave Jurls- The new excess profit tax regu- .
onent of the nations declare that "no deduction, l I G id es
Soffence of that shall be made on account of liabili- W 1. U S
of the regula- ty to pay, cr payment of, Income T_
S to give the tax payable under the law in force T M
oln roesivet o he in the Colony or excess profits tax
& inrepct of hisl~ ,001o ex<8 T~x o M eet H ere
under the Si'm- psyable under the law in force in|
-foence Ordin- the Colony."
I penalties Amoni supplementary estimates F r T r ini
if n respect of for approval are $10.542 needed to F T a n
te e: ing into provide additional staff for the 0
coSt betng an additional contribution to this month when, for the firs
owe the Trade Commissioner Service In time, Gulders from Trinidad and
Canada to permit of the Implemen- the neighboring islands and Bri
SAttea station of proposals whereby the tish Guiana will meet for training
Attend Trade Commissioner in Canada here.
would assist in expedition the deliv- Starting August 4, by offering
eeIn Rio ry o o whh enes to general guide training until Au
import from Canada had been wt 9, the course continue
lad oon to repre- ranted by the authorities in Trln- with Campers' licence train n
madles addBrilshd dad. from August 9 to August 14
er jubilee cele- A further sum of ,760 s also followed by ranger and brownie
s Girl Guides at ben oht for the Secretariat t o training from August 14 ti
al Girl Guides Cathe- nrovtlde for th Se creation of a August 18, and concludes, with
e Miss Cathe- ovide for te caton o a further course In general gulde
land Secretary for oost of Principal Atistant Spcre- training from August 18 to Augus
Tobago, and Misr tary at a salary of $460 per month. 22.
an English 4" Trainers are Miss Laborde Bare'
Nurses Selected bdos; Miss P Haslon, Canada
programme f land Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, and Miss
programme on A ut ur eC olsct e d G Anderson, Trinidad and Tobago
ens on August 12 .- f -.,. Respon lble for the arranipe-
IRio, visit to the c epnil o h rag
lnv.,t^0oof the For Special Course ments a!e Mrs.Tf amesnForbes
lo f Island Commissioner; Miss E
itbilee solemnities Eight local nurses employed by Ronalds, Quartermaster; Miss E
Alonal camp fire the Caribbean Medical Centre will Ellis, assistant quarter master
13, Regional songs undergo special training in the Miss J. Gray, orderly officer; Mili
August 14; and an handling of venereal disease, the M. Harris, first aid: Mrs.- A. E
Corcovado on "Trinidad Guardian" learned yts- Trotman and Miss 3. Potter, re
terday ceptlon officers; anid Mrs. Gordon
miust 1I, will be Six of the eight assumed duties ITayvlor, secretary and treasurer.
National cookery yesterday, while the other two The "Trinidad Guardian" corres
I three days there who started work on June 19, and pondent st St George's repoitm
Petropolis Tereso- July 17, respectively, have ben that two Grenada Gil Guides ar
a, a trip by air- temporarily Asigned to the Colonial to be sent to Trinidad for thl
111 and a nmt ? 'Hospital, Port-of-4pain. course of advanced training In
n the Bay of Rio Arrangemehts are being made guldin&
to have each Caribbean Colony u k
"M in technIka iAslsttnt for To a b To Seek
6 W ~ife' training htre.
wife Health Specialist Peasant Housing
denly E te rom l USTrinidad Guardian Correponden
n .Expected From U. SCARBOROUGH, July 28-Reso
on Correspondent lution calling upon Government t
iH. July 29--Mrs. The "Trinidad Guardian" learn- initiate a hbusin f scheme fo
wife of Mr. G. F. ed yesterday that Dr, Harry Eagle, Tobago, specially for the
and druggist of U.S. expert In venereal disease, peasants, was passed at a meeting
d almost suddenly who has given medical science a of the District Agriculiural So
Piggott Street on new test for syphillIs, will visit this city here yesterday.
po'. Colony on or about August D5, The resolution was suggested b
ad been out up to and spend a few days here. the Rev. Father Fitzgerald a
y when she col- During Dr. Eagle's stay in Trini- addition to one proposed by MY
dad. it is expected that he will p Maynard, chairman, calling
ok place on Friday confer with Dr. Norman Maclen- uponGovernmentrto buycovermanl
Methodist oCurch nan. the' Director of Medical Ser-or all of the Tobago estates now
ko was conducted vices, and Colonel 0. C. Wenger,' being offered for sale and mak
SMacLaren Mural. the U S. Public Health Officer who them available to the peasant
arriving relatives is advising on the venereal dis- Ith n approved economic units.
ad, two daughters ease campaign here. In Support was given by Mr. V. C.
U4 nieces and ne- Ferrer who, at a previous meeting
IG ven1 m entm Stludiei of the society, had a discussion
-G vernment StVCudieCs Ion how the society can hell
More's Son Resettlement Plan uggeson was that the peasant
acquire the lands from Govern.
Chief Plans for the laying out of ap- meant on a lease and purchase
C ie proximately 150 lots of lands at plan.
Five Rivers for re-settlement --..
'ellor, a son of Sir scheme have been submitted to TO VISIT TOBAGO
, a former Gover- Covernment by Mr. C. A. Milne- Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
and Tobago, has Home and are now under consld- SCARBOROUGH. July 29-Th,
general manager of ration, the "Trinidad Guardian" Rev. Errol S. M. Pilgrim, chairman
Service, following learned yesterday, of the British Guiana-Trinidad.
Of Mr. W. J, If approved, primary considers- Barbados District of the Methodist
general manager, tion will be given to evacuees from Church, is expected to pay ar
Router's message Caura who desire to live there, it ts official visit to Tobago shortly.
'ondon yesterday, stated. One of the items arranged ti
._..__._ Rental of the lands will be on a honouor of the visit of the chair-
ltARD L** nominal basis and holders will have man is a Golden Party at Goider
HARDLY to erct';1 their own homes. __ Hall._________



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B iolgiven that the
rtf ore Osubsisting
p and myseU
Lionrl Turibe
f bsnessas
a 9.vt4ton at No 8
nernando. under
OM Of -L. T. Harris
h" bee diolved by
W n from the 20th
144. so far as con.
'Ilay Plie' who re-

F me the
112ho Contnue to
OfOLT RSarrag s
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Lv. 8.00
Ar. 10.00
Ar. 11.15
Ar. 12.05
Ar. 13.55
Ar. 14.50


Antigua -
St. Thomas
San Juan

Read up.
Ar. 14.20
Lv. 12.15
Lv. 10.55
Lv. 10.00
Lv. 8.00
Lv. 7.00

For details of them and additional services throughout
the Caribbean Area. consult Your local offle :


Ii TEurlONr 4an

31a11 1 d11l ms weM.e tII lil .ii sad lengthy di-
1 ouliK bp Oft OUmm4 ft- Vir ttd 0IM1 Sftoenpoa's adjourned
imselt ftlnrt~g a I et i lyta 15kd W C0,64l 0 lltr anult Kumar,
to show "at a co-mmon, f t ft awlate d by orncillor H. 0.
1. WIoodt the M"060 OtWM0m0 te1 O1ue1's approval, had been
TMMm,, wtodlaa- . thtHa?-------------- --,
'las,111 herwdtuaffV w 1"A11ta
|be tata e a. "=&A .an .. ... I
sh1at ..-the Cwun It" bM o0 I
giveal a thbr hB arbados Body'
hUMton and be hoped it wds l l1J
n ea Out To Build
As a result of Ogao aia T
comllsow in f ature.
AO Ba at eooratl Local Industry
works enloyes.the" ayor at r J ,V d LLlU oij
appointed the foowtl to -- --
to the matter: CoUMnll r At i o dun Crempeie.
Goe, Deput Mayor i r .
mn CoirioIel 111 Anment Qofminor Ins
oI le Zaul War "ru _among _'ea" e_
elior Chaprln Ward aUior co1 sdnserauon by Barbadoe
| ailng hispointpS es C Welfare, Ltd..wh. ini their fi8t
r O moved reception.oa tIPoress report, announce that the
oolmmittee' report, ouaellor Ku- cou .ntry sUiets are being visited
mar etated that it we eustomAr to explore the possibilities of
around the Council, wHa commit- starUng a ast Industry in SL LAsy
tees were being appointed, f-r1 and divloping a pottery indUStry
Mayor to nominate the ODIBn in 8t. Andrew. and further that
and the Council approve or make the peoslsblty of launching a to.
certain amendments. There was, to _eming project i under
he said, no authority vested In the
Mayor by the Port-of-Spain Cotr- frhranu
poration Ordinance or by e WelfarseLtd. furtherpamount
Standing Orders. Wqt e upOf11 sp a r 1 J wm-
The Mayor said that he had oitt, wiue npecal unction WallI
looked up the particular pi be to eal wTth appllcatons from
before appointing the Inquiry'em ctubs in their area, make rcom-
mittee. The matter was an uret ltIendatlioni to the board, explorel
one and we considered that gao aS avenues for the provision of re-
were certain powers veeted i t I ereational facilities and asdtt in
as Mayor to appoint a mamW the running of eentree.
of inquiry to makeI a rort. TI With resoect to finance, the
would reallee, he aid. that the repon of 0e group ditctes a
matter contained In .the report" s otal e o fOf1,764
one of urgency add as Councl 240 has bee n reetved from O0.
Kumar had taken the point he dl oi84s bn e rveo nt eil fromCor
the report would not be received m Development an Welfare
by the Councilo runds.
Councillor George Cabral 1aid 1 that there was no need for the nomunce nelin otl"aul' eys
committee's chairman to wov e I0 1 1re0 Ut m
ScepUton of the report. Li Oc(*g? V Iblii aipiO ll(
t Mayor were satisfied With it heo o4 dells-1laie playin5 UUI, t
d could make It his and place it b rmation ot 13 tudy lub, sd
- fore the Council for adoptionn, that many socal a I terry hft
S Councillor Hudson Phillips*X. Sre applying for aitance in mat-
pressed the view that the eommnit, tels of reoi0ga tn. ianag-
9 tee appointed by the Mayor had merit, and finance.
- done very valuable work and hbe o
a saw no reason why the Council's RACK FROM wtl.n
business should be held up through Dr. Helen Gordl Stewarte.
1 a technicality. There wss* Director of the TIAS 4> OCntri
, reason, he said, why the Council Drector o s
should not ratify what had been Library Scheme, wh.Qms, bee in
h done. England during 9 tne 9 I fIw
After a lengthy discussion during months discussing regional Ubreoy
e which a motion to form a commit- development in the WeMot lea.
tee of inquiry from the Aldermen returned to the Colony yesterday.
and another to appoint the Cou-. -'- "
cil as a committee to inquire into
L the matter, were lost, it was agreed FOR A
to ic-appoint all the members R SALE
Sof the committee appointed by
the Mayor, including Councillor
SThomas who Is at present out of
the Colony. The properly In Main Street,
--- ... Tobago. known as the
In mates Give $82 ROYAL HOTEL
1Inm e Give $ 2 consLtin n of freehold land having
n a frontage of 70 feet and a depth
To Convent Fund, of 150 feet, containing a two.
I storey building, the ground floor
"i Donation of $82, represuantin built of bricks and the upper floot
e collections made among them- of wood and roofed with shingleI
e selves by patients of the Leper and galvanized Iron.
n Settlement, was received toward.
the St. Joseph Convent Fun yes- ----
terday. T
Acknowledging the contribu- isuidi'n lsite at Mile w It
tion, the Convent authorities the Parish of St. Andrew, Tobsf.
stated: "Coming from those who containing five acres, three roods
are themselves needful of charity, and thirty perches. Well situated
this donation Is worthy of the on high land about a mile from
highest praise as it has undoubt- Scarborough.
it edly meant a real sacrifice on
Sthe part of the donors."
r OFF TO JAMAICA Offers in writing to be made en
e Mr. Frank Haworth, Music A.- or before the ILt Auuito 1.
riser to the British Council In tie and addresed to T. e &
- West Indies, is expected to leave Barclays Bank (D.C. ). t-
the Colony today for Jamaica on of-Spain, who doe not un;sarta
y official duty. He is expected back to accept the hihest or any
s here in November offer.

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HAMPOOING and permanents take
life and sparkle out of hair because
they tend to rob it of natural oils.
To keep your hair Iookin, its beet,
give your scalp a 'Vaseline' Hair Tonir
massage before each shampoo. This
helps counteract the drying effect of
moap and water, and also add lustre.
For exceusively dry, stringy or hard-
to.manag hair, use a few drops of
'Vaaeline' Hair Tonic after the shampoo
whoe you set your wave. Don't nte0 t
this mple proven way to keep hair
lonely and beahhy-loo.in'. Get a bottle
Of 'VuTel[' Hair Tonic today.

Fq hm hIMukdImtl
Poul os !Imofteo'b YUageb* Om.
W sbf t remizoiesdas "a
puak i made esnrirshav feomeI
in help suells -ru ie *aawIu
wik. Mnma bla feein-. m
To ?saletnal mathts daaBraaee.
slakeS seelars-pi he40s [D
Feow Ilabel dkalieao .
&yestsmfI Dest a4Mta41=
estat For LydaLPkaak
VegMale C"R ud heit ei
"=I a" gOWuiNe.

can be cured
There are thousanas of men and
women who suffer awful agonv dav
and night because of pile trouble.
who do not know that every chem-
lIt Itock a special remedy that
does most surely and quickly ban-
lis the misery of thi wretched
Make a eonfldant ot your chem.
at. Ask him about Man Zan Pile
Remedy, He will tell you this its
5o ordinary ointment, but a sooth.
ng. healing strengthening, calm
that at once stops the Intenre rri-.
tatlon and clears away Inte-nal.
external, sore or bleeding pile-.
The unique tube in which Man
Zan Is sold makes this preparation
so easy and clean to use. The bi|
ele supply, with special applicator,
Is usually sufficient to clear away
the most difficult case.
Remember the name of this Spe-
iali remedy for pile trouble



Genuine Scotch



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First Served-..
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Telephone 5620
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Cut and Etched Glassware,
E.P.N.S., Chinese Carved
Vases, Jewelry, Candle
Sticks, etc., etc.

Your Inspection Invited.

I Henry St. (near T.G.R.)

Phone 8699

Tonca Beans

Highest Prices Paid

iWm. N. Kennedy & Co., Ltd.

Latet books ad MagasGeJ
Behool Beoks and *tadtloneY.
ToyS Curios and Nevetles.
10 Pointo-s-Plerre Road, aID-
Fernando Prinove Town.

M M ,?At. ... Our Dbeeoor Day 0 SOUSE pAi
.7#?~~'sba~u BARBECUE eDNE n
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A4WAYMAn, m hereby foU-
2e4. atw anl property in arfn
of the Mdemeied rt and
haIWeS wiM be vert ed for saue
in tihe Tniald Guardian" early
lai AU OUt34"
RoMe Rate up to and iUcludlin
tWe your I4.
Metafed $u001e6 of water U toI
and inliudigU thSe qWu r
ended Wt June, IS4 4
All other Rat"e and OharW due
and payable up to a4nd a-
eluding the Slat Xeoboear,
Owners who desir to avoid ths
advertIeummet and to MV the t ddS-
tional charge of such edverUta
ment, are advised t pay rt ar-
rears on or before the d Auu^t,4
H. W.Faorell,
'Pon OWL


Appointment Of A.
sistant Encgier

Application an A"ited fotr Me

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