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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
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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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No. 8,18U. 27TH YEAR.L




iversal Adult Franchise





en Vote At 21; Turks Brea

Councils; WithlNazis

Decision Seen
u alftication Great Blow To P
1Prestige In Balk
H ircrsal franchise, including the vote for women By ALEX SINGLETON
uaia voters, but with the retention of a reduced LONDON, Aug. TAP).-T
eM)qualfication for members of the Legislature, are abandoning its p:sitlon a t
roposols of the report of the Franchise Committee, tional neutral, at British
s ir Lennoz ORellly, Kt.. K.C.. was chairman American In .stence broke
M ,f Ofce has accepted, according to a statement nomic and diplomatic
Stanley, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, tions with Germany today,
yterday. clung to the hope of av
H,-ed out that the N T actual warfare. This solid
11100 proposals in blow to Germ-.n prestige, pa
ALYJS i J larly in the neighboring B
I r where the N.ils are endeav
Clos was delivered by the Cabinet
T promptly) ratified by the T
H^HTo Florence natin.:
There was no Indication wi
B;-----.*----- th m~q,>< the Allie wll
ROME, Avg 3 (AP).-Crack New tain Tu'rkish
Zealand infantry and tanks are bases to hit
poised in the village of Laromola, reaction ate
six and a half miles southwest of recton at
Florence today, as the Eighth Army nany prope
regaipning the Initiative forged to- its outposts
ward the city despite grimn resit- such a req
dance. likely to b
iThe communique said that the next move
SW L. A. P. o'- i YNew Zealanders held' a general line long chain
for Legi- from the Pisa River (San Michele) fotiations
to Santandrea. British forces mov- once broke
for women ed on from captured Sezza to eight over the '
From 30 to 31 miles from Florence toward Monte M. saraceglu unwillingnee
Maaso, three miles ahead, which the risk war. Even xc, Turkey is 1
idence in electo- Germans, It Is expected, will be de- the usual precautions. Before
ued from 12 fending heavily, decls&in was announced, 1
ad under the In the hills east of Highway 2. called in her fleet and mad
ise, to six British guardsmen &rove for Im- rangements for blackouts e
pruneta after reaching two moun- safequarl against Nazi re
ie property and tain positions, without contacting bombings.
B etions; the Germans.
qualifications, Indian TroopHISTORIC DECISION
,mnommandation ian Troops
required to sa- Ct o Pisa River Announcing the break. Pi
tton officer that Saracoglu told the Assembly:
n understand ROM&, Aug. 3 (Router). --A des- great and historical decision
'was rejected). Pa from Italy said today that be useful for the future hap
Qualification for Indiian troops, afLer their capture of of this country."
1 Castelione, nine miles from Florence Although this action surprise
perty quaUflca- have crossed the Rivw' Plea. New one, it demonstrated again
irsdp of the Zealad troops in the sector pn the the enemy would no longer b
ud be reduced right of the Indiana have smashed to impose its will by dipl(
| $,000, and the their way on to the crest of zhe last wiles or by threats.
otion be reduc- mountain ridge before Florence. Aside from its political a
per month tO This in an advance of some 1,000 chance end Impact upon the
m yards by Maortis. who overcame fIa- kana, it will affect Gem
fo lor munl natical German resistance, home economy as well, for
L uetn IGodfrey Talbot, BBC reporter Nazis looked there tcr suchU
C be extended with the Elghth Army, emphasises as cotton, compressed fish
ttht It is a hard and bitter strugle, seeds, nrchair erd tobaso. .It
Y.y |eP with the Germans putting all they as though it struck at leat a
ateable vsort tor tOUP*W9 t adV .la)rgain V.th Ariain fo
Sthe -~w 'U tanks and troops re peration.
tion). now firmly established in La Re- Saracoglu said that Turkey
for municipal mola six mites southwest of Flor- satisfied with the economy
oence, and W. Currie, of the New ancial hel, and deliveryo
rt the property Zealand Broadcasting Commission, materias, which, he said. S
for membership maid the New Zealanders could row m
councils be cC- clearly see the Italian town before had pro mised. Thit warill be 0
Pe 1themntby he nglo-Americans
th em .t p o a y m i l c s c a
'EP an City Coun- Michael Reynolds. another EBBC sent by the ngo-
ta year to $152 reporter, said the New Zealanders fore the previous wooin
t occupiers; went in with three separate attacks, "Turkey. r n ommi
Nndo Borough supported not merely by their own Ofc German communiq
$192 to $144 per guns but by Indian and South At- the break. broadcast by
pert owners rican artillery on their flank. Trancean agency, said it
to $1I2 for oc- Heavy bombers from IKaly, up to effected during
B ou C l 500 of them, today attacked military cussiona during a secret resal
B rough Council, installations and communications at the Turkish people." and
at year for pro- Avignon, in southern Prance near that "by this act Turkey has
and from $120 to the mouth of the Rhone Valhy. doned her traditional police:
er Other heavies went about 100 miles friendship with Germany.
up the Rhone Valley to attack rail. neutrality, as a condition, of
ent of seven yards and oil storage tanks, and Independence, thereby breaking
-four for the they also attacked harbour instal- treaty of friendship with OGer
c counties, two for latlons at the Italian port of Genoa. It said the Turfi decision
four counties and result ct pressure from En
a 0. These coun- a -- nd America, and declared
at5fiNo r s at frt but ar >71Q MI *u the country has "chosen a
a.t prosatl;sfs M uarder which deprvesIt"of free an
re functions may dependent action."
no may i dians(Reuter stated that
sto voers a ncogl declared that Tur
fUl to voters C 9 Q break did not mean that
univtor these Co ON D)- Alwould enter the war. That w
b eo Universal suf- LONDON, Aug. 2 (Router).--All depend on the attitude t
t British subjects, the Canadian troops In France were by Germany.
'Wmen of the age of officially told today that 19 of their (After 8araaclu'a speech,
,, resident in an comrades have been murdered by Turkish Cabinets decision
.ict for a period the Germans of the 12th S.S. Panzec unanimously approved by
ff ~ Division. The statement from Lt.- 400 members ofthe Grand
ior membership Gen. Crerar says that the Cana- i Assembl and the bi
1uncilt accepted at dians, one of them an officer were In offof relations will .
Of immovable po-. shot on June 6 at A place on the n oefffet at midnight.
g at 1500 or a clear road between Bayeuz and Caen. i nI ef erin a Foreign 0
ain of not less The Germans machine-gunned in erli a Fothereign wCul
aol' tenancy of a one group of 13, and the rest we spe esmman said there wculh
of a monthly shot in smaller groups. French el.- no comment from the Ge
SUpwards. villains who gave evidence before a Government until they had n
.court of inquiry said the men were officially from Turkey.)
-* taken prisoner and were ft and well -
5. State's bat- before they wec shot. .
SGeneral Crerar'a statement soad Education l Exper
th Jim 'nmc the Canadians must not retaliate,
,'OW" 9of TrW l- Insted they must convert their an .Her
hebese04 laid la t r into steel-hard determination to For Parley Here
tiv. of Paria destroy the Germans In battle.
uSaCouncal ine n (te Amchted Pree- cor- Mr.. A. Hammond, duc
ad load edI respondent stated that Mr. An- Adviser to the Comptroller for
411a 0 ds- thony Eden told the House of vaeopment and Welfare i
Vr1 with Commonsa that the Oermans West tIndies, arrived in the C
ibthis e try. "murdered" 1i Allied prisoners yesterday from Barbado 01
avo'e. in Normandy. Mr. Eden said vitation by the local Govarn
wella as that -including one ofli cer- to discuss matters affecting
S ISWlrtgisla- "murdted While in the opo --d Central .learets
H^ B CM cus st tthe s2th 5.5..n Co iutWe 1. Trin dadeo.set,
the ci thiainnet
the t ane nf WttlIn of theio it at Governoent House
qe the commit. Mes ., -t, Patrick,Dietor of Si
Which It ? -- aid the Swiss--as pro attendanea.
aPProvalte toe ?s pawar-were asked .. Mr. Hammond is expected I
l dan a s trong protect with the tusa to Barbados today.
BSL^LB?*' t eei a Germa1 Govefrnmenlt, "d'mind- -______________
*H****' SngL B an tmmodlat and searchin -
B&.J~tam~ e. iverJUn Iad punlalbaet 1 W T d m m~
^S.I'^iililol bo of th-responsiide, and the 3 I U V n~
..ha3W .Governor
quall aranye that orders would
^ Of i OU- lua5d to event a recurrenc. TO Meet In Lo d
ad that the 'Tre Ws nin C
,q*' 5i*berehtp by British Troop. Raid governor are expected to ma
fihtW1distrctofor Albanian Town LonMte shortly, aCOding I
?SL '? ,Pee totld NAPL$. Aug.2 (Router). sOs radio yeteray allen
to-o--- p have raided the G ,,man-held Theyre: air Bade 01
Vo PAe t -. utOm of Hamar on the Albaniam oovepior of thids OIO5I, 8'r

bac'-in thae Wsriti and 3 s adr y
1u vMt wm b ak .g tt ee

psimn ^ ^ aes ~SrtSt bsk i s & ffV Win sor

taking I -- --I


Allied Vi(

n will
pines Mav Con
Sed 1010 a ___
w &Me LONDON, Aug. 2 (AP) Mr.
AMatc of Commons today that the Aliled
dgnlft- toward a show-down against Gem
many &feel bound to deny that victory mi
ti He suggested that the internal
, oil crisis in Germany where the "high-
looks est personalities are murdering one
& Par-' another, or trying to," may be a
o Co potent-even deolaive'aetor to
y was hastening the end of the European
ani war. But he warned against over-
iritain confidence born of such develop-
n the ments.
s W M C. Churchill said: "On every
a of battlefront all over the world the
S armies of Germar% and Japan are
is on recoiling. In the % and the sea
the and under the sea uur well-estab-
t lished supremacy Incres.aes with
i dis-ateady strength."
on of Mr. Cht'chlll stressed particularly
added that the American victories In the
aban- Pacific were "opening to us a, pros-
y of pect of a more-much more speedy
and climax in the war with Japan.'
her Turning to the "delicate subject
Lg the of foreign affairs," Mr. Churchill re-
many. ltevated that the war was becoming
was a Increasingly less ideological as ii.
gland enters Its final phase, observing that
that "confusion wAs causedd in some
way minds by mixing up Ideology with
4 In- idealtamn.'
Of Russo-Polish relations, he re-
Bara- marked that "this is a hopeful mo-
key 'a meat for Poland," and referred to
stK Mr. Mikolojczyk's visit to Moscow
would as a result of his efforts to promote
aken conciliation.
He said the Russians "asked that
the thcre shall be a Poland frieWdly to
was Russia. This seems to me very rea-
the sonable."
Na- Mr. Churchill confirmed the An-
reak- kara announcement of, Turkey's
come break with Germany had assured
that country of British support In
)Mce ca.,e Germany cr Bulgaria attacks.
i be He advised Rumania to "make
n terms with RuSSia" and warned the
card other Balkan satellite. Bulgaria.,
that the "moment of repentance has
not passed but It Is passing swiftly.,
He spoke more generally of Ar-
t entina, but warned that "not only
the belligerents but the neutrals will
find their position in the world will
not remain entirely unaffected by
the part they may have chosen to
atlon play in the crisis of the war.
n the
olony have, upon the whole, a god
aient report to maye to the House. On
It every battle front all over the
rFaI- wp the %b@armIeS oof Germanyand
Ja40n are recoiling. They are re.
1n is coiling before the armed forces of
6 last the many nations, which, in various
with groupings form a grand alliance.
atioi In the air and sea, and under the
sea, our well-establUahed supremacy
to re- increases with steady strnaes.
"Now I come to the larger pic-
ture. A volume would be required
to recount the story of the crossing
5S of the Channel and 1ae landing of
the Liberation armies upon the
soil of France. In April 194 Gen-
l eral Morgan of the -Bitl h Army
lonlal became the head of a Brittish-
e" in American planning stat, which
l Surveyed the whole projectby a
t 1a decision of the Combined Ohies oJ
itish Sta" Committee. They mde the
M pn whioa I took with me last
'Word, year to Quebec where It was ib-
mitted to the Preaideit ad thei
S cor bined B .rOits and Awri
3 -the o Thi slaaafi
". the becghft for the at s aONd
ocmor ^wi U~ ter w aith th e u U
ta bfe 1af to SupportnIt. It reelvqd
W6. |PLaAas TURN TO PAI R .4. 1o



ie Soon

Winston Churchill told the Housa
Armed forces are moving steadily
nany and Japan and "I no longer
8y come perhaps soon."
i ..,-

The King Spends Day
With The Canadians
NALM, Aug. 3 (Re'ter) -
His MaJesty the King con-
tinued his Italian tour by
spending a day with the Cana-
dian troops, a memorable day,
aa Godfrey Ta'bot of the
.BJ.C. called It. The B.B.C.
reporter said the King arrived
by air to find the Canadians.
tanks, guns and men, drawn up
under the hot Ital.an sun In a
most immaculate ilne. It was a
bright display with a peace-
time parade ground spick and
apan. Talbot recalled that
those troops not so many
months ago were in the Liri
Vall-,y when they tore through
some ot Kesselring's toughest
Talbot said that His Me-
Jesty pinned the V.C. on a
Canadian major for gallantry
during the L.ri Valley fighting.
and added that the Canadianx
gave the King a grat recep-
tion, warm and spontaneous.
and His Majesty was obviously

Leeward Is.


His Excellency Mr. L. B. .eeston,
recently appointed Governor of the
Leeward aldS and Mr. Justice
O. E, f. Pulane Judge of
the Windward Islands and Leewara
Ilado, are reported missing for
the pat several days, the 'Mlinldad
Guardian" learned yesterday.
Offical sources here conrd
that Mr. Justice Richarda smd been
reported mining, but they heard
nothing of Mr. eeston being mIs.
1TheWGovernor of the Leeward Is.

into a hurria
several of U
Whether Mr.
on the sm A
Report res
cate that a vil
ing northof P
last few days.

Soviets Speed

Toward Reich

Military Disaster
Faces Germans
On Four Fronts
LONDON, Aug. 2 (API--Striking
westward on both sides of
Marismrole in an offensive
soeedli', nearin, the nre-war bor-
der of East Prussia. Russian troops
today captured Vilkaviskis and
Kalvarita, 11 and 16 miles re-
spectively from the frontier.
Mosccw said more thpn 580
localities were ciotured durlnr the
day as the Red Armlees continued
to advance westward on all
fronts. It said the Russlans were
within 89 miles of Krakow, Po-
land's second largest city, with the
capture of Rzeszow.
Moscow raid VistvlIs. on the
i East Prussian border, was cao-
tured. It is 25 miles southwest of
Military disaster of major pro-
portions faced the Germans on
the fcur crumbling Russian fronts.
Army corps of possibly 35,000
men are trapped in the Baltic
StAes v.ith Russian armies clcs-
ing in and the Red Fleet and
Air o-rer massing to cut off their
flight by sea.
Besieged Warsaw Is under at-
tack from without and wlt.hin.
While Marshal Roko.'sovsky's as-
sault forces strained the German
lines to cracking points six miles
outside the city, the Polish und-r-
grou-d arcse in force In War-
saw proper.
Polish military headquarters In
London reported that the under-
ground attacked in strength at 5
p.m. in Warsaw yesterday led by
General Bor. The Nuals are fight-
Ing a losing battle along the
Vistula., south of Warsaw where
the Rumfians are making hercu-
lean eforts to smash the Ger-
mans' last line of natural defence
in Poland.
A Berlin military spokesman ad-
mitted the Russians held one
"large and important* bridge-
head on the west bank south of
Warsaw and severall small bridge-
heads at other points.
The German radio meanwhile
relayed a German High Command
report sing strong Russian
forces had crossed the Vistula
southeast of Warsaw and estab-
lished a second strong bridge-
head Increasing the po dibl ty of
outflanking Warsaw.
Significantly Von Hammer said:
"Many yourg regiments took part
which Only a few days ago were
transferred to the eastern front
from our central reserves."
Moscow radio reported that the
Nazis lost about 570.000 men In
one month of the current offen-
Transocean Olberg reported that
the Russians were advancing or
East PruFsia with very strong
forces bet vyrn Miemen and
Augustow, a distance of 87 miles.
Von Hammer reported that strong
Russian ranks and motorised
forces opened an attack between
the rivers San and Vistula in the
direction t Krlakow achieving
a number, of penetrations.
Rail Centre Taken
In Latvia
LONDON. Aug. 2 (Reuter) -
General Bagramian's troops have
taken the rail town of Tukums In
Latvia, less than 10 miles from t.ie
Baltic and one Moscow corre-
spondent reports that it Is be-
lieved that Soviet forces have
pushed on to reach the sea ths
completely isolating the entire
northern group of German armies.
Down at the southern end of
the front the Germans speak of
fierce fighting on the approaches
to the Carpathians, especially near
the town of Yuahov. This Is a
place on the direct line to Kra-
kow, about 140 miles from the
frontier of Silesia.


Robot Depot

British Threaten

Vire In Rapid

17-Mile Advance
the French front, the Germans were yesterday reeling in broken re-
treat. Great strides were made in the British sector where Lieut.-
General Sir Miles Dempsey's Second Army s'ahed south 17 miles
from its jumping off point at Caumont, captured Estry, 14 miles be-
low caumont, and reached the Vire-Vansy road at a point four and
a half miles est of VIre. 4 ... .....--.. --
Drivtieg with speed, the armour Nazis Use New Weapon
of lieut.-General Omnar Bradley O ormandy Front7
raced toward Renmes, cathedral On Nomandy ront
city and communications hub half- LONDON, Aug. 2 (Reuter.--
way across Brittany, and as the Onp of the G-rmans' so-call4L
fall of the city appeared imminent, new weapons has made l's ep-
the Americans threatened to slice pearance on the Normandy
cff the entire Breton Peninsula, front.it a composite aircraft
General Sir B ard Mont- ade ip aarentlo a M-
Genomer'al Sir Bearard Mosnt- srschmltt 109 fighter mounted
gomery's headquarters stated: on to t of a Junkers 88 bomber.
"British formations continued to The Junk'as has its nose fil!Ple
fight their way forward during the with high explosives and can
day and leading troops have now be despatched to a pre-deter.
reached Vire. East of Vire ele- mined course. The first of these
mental have reached the Vire-Conde flying twins was spotted on the
Road and are pushlng on." Normandy front about a weelt
[More than 1,50O prisoners ago and night fighters shot It
have been taken In the British into the sea. People who saw it
push on the Caumont sector, re- hit the water My It caused t
ports Reuter, among them mon tremendous explodeo,
whose morale has been broken ------ -r-"- ----
by artillery concentrations or who
have been hopelessly cut off and
overrun by the advance. Bri- ritish D rive
tish casualties have bee'i com-
paratively light and tank losses Toward Tamu
small.] T w r am
The OGeman army was pulling
back into the Interior of prance Mao1 V
last night in an outright withdraw-
al across the middle Normandy KANDY, Ceylon. AuK, front and was in disorganised and --toureeuthi Arnm troops, driviUg
headlong retreat on the unhinged the Japanese o. o J at tutr bact
right flank where American armour Into Burma, arts natig progress to.
stabbed swiftly west toward Brest w e.ds Tamu and alog e U TNdinA
and south toward Rennes almost ioad. Patrols. advancng along the
unopposed. roan to Tamu. have nrcaed BAUth
While two forces threatened to Vllage, Just aM rsl the Burto
cut off and seize the defence of or m a
the SaVPe Peninsula Of Brittany,6aquarters, said$5W f ephAve gap*-
tird armoured force in a fan out t.ured a sting 444
from Avranches curled around the miles norweat ata mu. On ths
end of what had been the Nadi Tiddim Road. that I ISnear the Jap-
west flank. This force reached aneie escape road l eJ Burma, Al-
.. -lied artillery has d 4v= t enami
ePLeAsr "rURN TO PAGE 4. Col., 6 Irom more .poslaja in sorthoeia

Brigadier's Car
Looted By Night
Ten minutes after Brigadier A.
& Mavrogordato, a tcrmer Corn-
milonerm of PoUe, parked his 8-
pMnser touring car outside a home
at Clprianl Boulevard early on
Tuesdav night he returned to find
it had disappeared.
The vehicle was found yesterday
morning near a quarry on the Eas-
tern Main Road with the entire
engine and the five wheel and
five tyres all missing.
Police are investigating.


Burma, Chinese We s have ad.
vanced in the soutr pwtl of Myl.
tkylna after bIt# Aghtng In the
railway yards.
Chinee Frusrate
Breakout Attempt
CHUNONKWNO. A. I (Router)-
Ohlnes mro adutclng west froqi
Ohina to r-opa s U line for S
plies with the AU have beatea
attempts by the JapaneeI grrison
to break out of Tngehung, 20 miles
west of the iwrqM Road and St
miles southeast of UyttIlna. Partg
of the city are fin.
The Burma Road between Mange
ahih ,nd Lunglrm eUs been ctt bO
troops of the Ohtees llth Arpm




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Van aLOCAL !01

City Urges Slum Bill Change Rcorer
To Inude Right Of Appeal Doomces
,- Comm m- 9--..-- "M. i Colour Bar
oS~Si M~uaoimrU am .cmW' drat Aeal w*ilhieh p W ------
benr for Ow city anid a Un W aa I, 6 l I g te I"h w hearingMu of a cas t Liver-
m C h dapMpl. i 011 k 0dase of t"9 9 t ccmitte to btMo a..a*1t
et f- f aaor Van !ZIity1mi Englfnd who *exe
; Ifts"hI tilS .... -."- n Mared to give eolowied it.
Mna vmr' ew e TD ,w re-riUsh mpinre equal
Comftit. 3LO. a 11We11-IA/ u' K .W o r8tn r s .
thet w.wa.s _tt tool W inTll h e-W ar v v, ,mt which Mr.
M Ofd eo th at SMwhen ." .* *- OGw Roberts, A Wet
__ f-IA In ar ho adi" *salriat a fine of
Be 1d: "14 Body Hfeads 04IP' n Oforfaie to
in tocred Aw *r g A ^ -- aUR Hote ouusA dutle. TNh
411am t" 66 A e sm Wdl roiuced to the nominal
sbe p lugmane e ehod' iS t on# of Savting stnd B S Roberta wag
pofteceded with inof mew- ~ a~ given the costs of the appeal.
the maji He said he had stayed away from
SMAYOR- OCiincllUor Ku. nThe Win te War Association his duties because he had been re-
u t Ap the lion's sar .oft freed Admission to a dance hall be-
bus.te etifg yT" axed for I 1*813b0oOdd 14 of having ON- COUSe 98 hi. coliur.
AMrock r dto rle oo1tobtlnl, t hes
0O. K S B for we ~ Inad"e My mou WesIndies criet, gave
Bet morning lke thi, ASuch a the Information Oface disclosed erdence that thousands of West
matrto be rushed yesterday, .1 u f~lin eesrig I v
wihjst51. ea~r taking 11P $,614 otOf00b oliftof tile forces And the RA.
m othae tare?, It oishd ,wag's tot le$amout i .toIs parMcular gae them the hIgh-
other member* do not have 1,7M.80, the Asoclatkn Snt Is e at eredentialL
Mr-car. Wtal purchases Ior re-male at uits ning judgment, the Recorder
BCOUNCL40R QiNTN 0OOW- various sales entire throuWhout laid when people came to Britain
R: he protet is out of order. the Colony well oeyond the WI and rlqsked their lives thev were
Subject to thosUe rmftarkl. mark. entitled to think they had
T Tfl MAVro 0 not worry Among tU ,ntUoa, St. tkkntt a place of decency and order
1 ith him, he Is leaving, reverted to the premier posltl;n It or Ppac our ecencv and order
SAt this stage Counellor Kumr taXing ip $921.60 of twe reaining Pt.for a cautSywhich claimed
eft the Ounel Chauber. $1,742.40. Point Portin Aided ao-te title "Imperial" In itsl beat
ouncillor V. Hienry, referring iniraoly In isn euort oy putting up aense. Hedild not understand how
st0 Section s of the draft Bill, M. 018.4U. In the British mnpire, with so
es the view that reIgardless of A contribution of from mvn coloured people as citizens,
e fact that it was emrwenc Praces 'Tovn helped Victoria anything In the way of a colour
,esisatol. the cilst should ro t win second place this week bar can exist or ever be allowed to
S deprived of his right of appeal. with total urchasues of $M.80 exist.
S THI MAYOR: it the feeltng ouut of the balance of g02.iU. --
*thtwe reommend "Other purchasers in order of
S be-removed? m r', wee -Vountya oi S. City Turns Down
S,^O'OONNOR' My i0')J0 towtrci whIc Caretya eown
OUver N^ canseave ,i4,.,Y, Sa nA,$ndo+ 70 Firework Plan
lneto t=hat nearly every Caw^rima u.O; C,.unty of St. An. o s
would be taken to tle Court of drew/,St Da'l.Ad $bfo.40; County
'Appel and that this would pre- 4,sroni *26j. county rartva 'May- An application by Mr. Patrick W
,venflt the proper operation of the ,ro A.6, oI Jones to supply a garden fireworks ri
$alun leaanee Scheme. Pouaowlng Is the weekly analysis display around the statute of Co-
SO "UNCLLOR HUD6ION-PHII.- of purcnasu mad Dy borougue lIumus on August 7, as part of this
tIT : The uripo 4 of the Ordltn- and oountles:- year's Discovery Day celebrations, r
fanM wuld ltlattd If we asked l Borough:;-- Port-rf-Spain and was turned down by a majority i
Fthtit th etisien be allcwds4 the suourox, ,Wdt2iivu ; an Pernanao, vote of the Port-of-Spailn City
rlght of appeal. $il65,711.u; A 'ts.a t$14,52. Council at their adjourneifd monthly i
AUMMAN THORNl: My feel- it. OUorge, Uli,7 .W., County meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
Ing i that every human being Caroni, _i.,4,.4u, St. Patrica, Mr. Jones estimipt'd that the cost
shouldd have a opportunity of lWl,7Cl.20, lt. Andrew St .vlia, of the display would be $192.
beilg hMrd to the reglar way. fs o.20, NarlvAMayaro, $3,...,.20;o _____
t 'T tMAYOR: If we are going county Victoia, ,64.40, *no. an
,o ask for My appeal it seen to j'i5o40. SiB,LVJWi:; Ana Win mne T rai n
S that we will be going right ,ar A c.atn,. i e.o. No N rain Specials
5'c0se the Ordinance. -- .
SCOtUMCorU HMWr: ProiP For Discovery Day.
n should e made for a man to U S. Troon s P h
XapvesZ to a Judge in Chambers U S T ps Pasmenger trains will run on
;Counetiler Owge Cabral felt t Discovery Do., August 7 as on
,that it a house owner were not 1hast rroni A ia Sundays, and or August I a spe-
uastaUed with the deci-lon of the cIA train will lea1 e Port-of-Spain
comittel there should be some ADVANCED ALLIFD ) ikAD- for Ban PernAndo at 3.50 am. ar-
,other authority to whom he Could Qk ARlr.iC, NF,v uULiNE^. AUg driving there it 548 am. according
appeal in order LA have the mat- a cAk\ ine AmiericalLs tio, iniorn- to official scnedleil issued ye-ter-
,cr further considered ing are auntiting the oapannea day
OONCTLLOR )H ONU.l-PHtl,- psAltit 1i tme vvewva sacur amou There will be no go:ds train on
tiPS: I do hepe, Mr Mayor. that stave as'van',c a111a iii a pwua August 7, Out the musal service will
under Section 7 the Commission illealwarti liumn Aitwpe. A Japateset be resumed on Tuesday, Auguat 8.
It undertook to reconstruct or rf i aiini' to t,,ri he Amer(ican Perishable goods will not be ac-
novate a property, would re- .il.1 i *ait CU. Enlemy i'sUaltiel cepted for shipment after 330 p.m.
ard Itself a an accounting partvt were hal,%. of Priday, Aiguat 4. until 8 a.m.
and that the cost would not be ii#e ,/n.kan who Mstablished a on Tuelday, A;gust 8.
1111110bea hiea( on Sansapor coosolidat-
COONCILLOR CABRAL With esi oWeir poition.a starols on Blak ----- ----
rerd to construction work by i.lana nountrd ir4 adsltional en- F F n i
tUe O0mmsson, I feel that the my dead. At Noemfoor Island, 249 Farewell Function
oflwnwe sheaould have discretftcI more dead Japanese have been
S tinuleIW IntSlU m"k.Sbers contIu.ing se. ForIsland Scholar
Aftar lwuiBr dieuiion the sarehes between New Guinea and
Council decided to recommend the pnillppias sank a SO00-t n Mr. Harold Hamlltcn. 1043 Mas.
that the ominlttee should be Japanese freighter umithwest of thermatica Scholarship winner, and
iven d tion to ask for rpay Halmahera Island. a former exhibitioner from East-
cent for work done, either In lull e .--- rn Boys' Government School.
or by Instalme int. who will be leaving the Colony
Swith regard to the il' pro- Ji Ter Stands shortly to tnudy medicine InI
alons relating to overcrowding. the Jail Tcrm tan S Scotland, will be guest of honour
rc,, e-xi that they should n at, farewell fwuctlon given by the
be morenI y worded. Eastern School Old Boys' Asc*.a-
be, On CmoryYout tii at the scioolr'com onTura-
tin he first in- day night.
-South Youth Group ,, ,illv t o sa. .Robert A James, retired
,ion of ietielt ,InLe lower Co'it, headmaster m(i the school, will
T. v Willinnm SiionT a (Ty v.>uth.)pre.-ide.
Hold Literary Meet rieil, mh>llnerd lrin So Aldferma,
-Mr'. A. J Hnimltnn before the
TrIaldad .ardian ( .eependent Appcal C.oirt on Tirad, y when he South Alderman
A ,N ANDO., Au. 2- ap-paledl .,,tinst, ,onvislio and Rot e td Better
IRodng their &tt ltertry meeting to know Ihere that hel wa aierely
ft the Church House here laI wasting time. Reported B t
olday night, members of the 'The magistrate ordered term of
Anglican Youth Movement had 12 months' imprisonment, butl hit Alderman llenry Hart, member
Interesting discussions on a num- did viot appeal against ,en enue. of the Fan Fernando B -rouglh
ier of current topics. What he learnt from the C'ourt on Council, who Is now in New York.,
i splayUing great aptitude for Tuesday was that if he continued for medical treatment, was re-
jebate. the youths dealt with vueh M he hod tared he w"oald be ported last night In a broadcast
tubjects u: The value of literary spending not eclub life: the right ct women t "vYou are a thorougnly bad lot." rapidly.
he given a place itn politits act- "H Honour, H. W. S. Blackall, the He is expected to be back in
,#nce and th war; l.nfluaece of Chief Justie, told Silmmons a It Trinl4dad in September.
teachers and pursnts in moulding was observed that he had been
the characters of children' Trini- ,eased from the Boys' Industrial -- -
A" and the s-.r, and travelling. &ASchool only one nionth when he Am Puh
continued the actice of robbin; A mericans Push
m..nl f edWomano.
oetaking rt in the dis cus- Forwaru un nu m
we.:_ +. ..rol., r Court order %,a thatonvlotlop Forward On Guam
er. fir. C, I. Chea~r~tuan and sentence will s~otd.
r, A. Frederlk. Mr. I. Calleni- .......- WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (AP)-
tier.r. Lddelow and MI. Ia vy aid United Statle Marine
f.Dou Volunteer Firemen fOUa t ther way more than a le
=-+To Artnorthward on Guam yestemrday,
jDirector To Attend May Get Paid Soon t.ig csin. Japneseesis.t-
S hll~n ^Pay for members of the Voluntee to1and knledin yestweounreday de
c peecn U reBrigade will be sotlht by t 10 l. 4*4d O ned atr a 806
Z Acting mnnnctai Secretary tn the miming Tate US. troops ihve
cL4Jins|inacl Secreayi h ountedtmrrw 7.410 enemy dead.
voneert progrrmme, featurtng LeglTative CouncIl tomorrow. In the advance three towns and
liLux enigna" and other well- The rmeoluttkn propomes that
inown songs, will be one of the these fire-fighters be paid when an airfield were taken. [
ht a of the GrandS Riviere called out for a<7'vice and also when Aircraft from a ast carrier taskI
,Bsch00l mech day function attending parades and lecture group sied in the fighting yester-I
'"wich takes place at 2 p.m. today, when required tej do so. day with attacks by bombs and
, The Son'ble B Vernon Whar- Monthly rates sought are 1220 for Iro*f01a on * eney natlttonM.
i+-cn tt i* cr Xpe eted l etort attend ofand d cMr. ot ~ r ;divielon sist 0m e wsf i a s nt"00 for dist ttistrct a "n e~e NaVYo th..l sotf harlht cavaa S ndo
,4Sen and Mrs. Pstrlck wUl distrl- oficers: and $t13 for sergeant. T san island were partly cleergd
bats the prices. Oouncillor Oarnett majors, whie sergeants are hiates off yesterday and American trooia
McCarthy, former City Mayor, for 876, corporals and lance-or-, burled 2,07B JapMiese dead.. Large
wilU formally present the school 0Oralsm $1*4 and $52 respecUvely, and numbers of enemy dead remained
.ith a silver cup for Inltr-house corn bles $0.w to Ib buried. Numerous elvilians
-)c npetitlon. I-- '""---- were iuaternd.
Mr. J. A. Walker, headteacher,, ., a Uiw. r'lnlln casmialtie a* of Au-
nd his staff have arranged a de-| Z-ACt LOCal riav at wer0 killed1, wound.
,"May of home industry, needlework), -I Wt w_ ed aml1 mlng.
;?}andlcrl< and kitchen garden =5 '5.A T=onigt ---- R -P --
product. and a few Item. will be In CAV 1 nd ht
sale. at the close ot the 'Chamber In the Moon," two-act v A
't?''1- -- ....-p lay written by Mr. Errol a Cherrie Representatives
f' -Iccat playwright. will be preaente-
.r..._.: A. bAy the St. Cecella Musie and ft4. UlONDON, Aug. t (.Ruter),-
' hnousimg AIuu uBll turnl Club tonight at tho Prinoea' Soecow radio announced today that
!* -'"". v -- Buildine under the natronae of te Council of Peoplees C omnlr

V:.F ,or l Co n il Meeti Mr H, 0 B. Wooding. City a aa appointed Nikolai Alexnro
",, The show I, directed by Mrvtch D nIn as Its representattve
jor Liuncu neci, he show h direced by fi&. Commi>-%ln ttee ofr Ms.*"
Nw 'coi before the 1. Cherries himself while aerpMt With the Polish Commttee of Na-
o tombeorrowseei .eg N. Joseph Orl this reason le tional Liberation. Vtnvet RIlnovskl
'! atUO~f ti o ~row or original music and orchestra- W appointed by the Polish Conm-
0as Ooveunt i to make bou- ion W mittee UA representative with the
'usg a not only to their m- ____ Soviet GOovernmort.
.ptoyeo but ele to employees of ---
2Central W% 4 S trlibutlon of B (
4 t antyand thAto1u.l Naparima Old Boys' Matron On Way To U.K.
of 7TW_ o & and "Itowl
;,hfve inna i tboardts be set up wla Reunion Planned Gets H hospital Post Here
lave l~ I~iu MisreeT by the LsTegihe "RTrildad Ouardian* wasof-r
, re ____ _'t_____ trlnidad Guaria. C enatiRt OMCal informed yesterday that M s
BA.T AN FERN4NDO. Aug. 2. -PP am rW t.foer matron of the Oren-
Trmidad ATS. 1 .Girl students of Naparima College an 1spilt1. has been temporary
,n; B a a I planning to hold a banquet a*t pPOWtd a aMister at the Colonial
rned BI roadcast their Alma Mater here on Satur. M ital., Porlt-of-Spaln.
Viian Encho ol Trinidad, dsy September 2 Mias Green, who arrived in the
at one W UM A.TL Bheind the moe, It is under- Oglmy a lew days ago, has ust
esefwlcre to nlaed wa stood. Is a m fort f revive their ceteted a contlrarct In the neigh-
m pa d for r sift In h,- defunct Msociatlm.. bouring Colony and is on her way
as fa a kn e oa" h erd ovTi EocUon 1 "of reg will "take to t .e U.ite, Kingdom Brcasre
aOn TUaday night. piaee at the banquet, and sIll of the difficulty In obtaining trans-
reealed. too, former students are reauested to pWtation, M.as Orem temporarily
Mt aken and ncommunicate with Mr. Ah WirdI accepted the atstershtp offered here
Swere both fine Snanan, Pointe-a-PiRm Road. he a S e& duties two days
.R^ rgBgm. am ylweoa



@' ,. ).

"sss* JSS Evi*ss
1 Oe tewu'- i pw ulat
Big August Start
Auust opened vey iuspicAoUlI
for the War Bsaving movement
stated the Informatlon Ocer on
According to his eommuniqu:
"asl a War Navisp Certlfi-
cates at the General Post Office
amounted to 1,011.. Thsl Is the
best single day's sales since July
21, when the day's male amountl
to ePj3..60.
"July was a bright month. 8ales
at the O.P.O. yielded 29.931.00.
bringing the total up to
"This is the third highest
nonth' sals fcr the year, the
first being $80,000 odd for the
nonth of January, and May rank-
Ing next with $71,000 odd."

bench' Church ComWrt Wans New 5.Year Ext.sw
34 etFPor orW.I. Library Dev
fProf ffeerthg dhe -sim 0;ill"ar ipelpm I
t t- d in for further period ofA vg years along Wl,
Centr co n" WT Scheme t
We." fiAO. 0 nde pby Or ReleOn Go=gfe wwt, Lftry-
dealer, Lbrary3d1,
^ ^ ^!deer. iwoug iea iKr ,J bck 0 series qf IO 7 ^.W WtN HUshi
Camnac= here day n two aecu- Londo1a. :
;saonsof roIs led ~ M rP~Dr. Stewart went to dl'W 7were
cosLs, or 'm im 's im pr is o .iV it ion 0 the B rlt O fi
Donkthe eed, sod te"lion of the library scheme. It was
a8 at isrn wB t 1 uls po r fff- TMW scheme will be carr-ad ma lt" Vlna-
of ive along line similar to th it w not due
O41tvictihbiz6 the Magistrate adoPted fr the development work that so magei n t dv
War"rl f Md i u wi to send undertaken by CaOSMge p d iher a.ffai
je in luMP it -oraton grant. which xpr s killed. Ufmu
bho _vw him.1 the end of thiykil. ti offlylngtt
,re 5 f Plans to be adtd, i i un fter- tfed window g
^B^^H^K ^1 failing to hav a prim schedule on stood, will be completed and n
prie sheule stod, will be completed and causing such conie
M --his premises. made public within the next U lndSch hoen t
Sentence of ow month was INS. couple of months. londoner, ho_
woposed by Mr. caCho on Mathuta, During ner stay in London, Dr. igit onr s h e
Sror Putl MO W alla, on &n l'#- Stowart te the Cohlwigi st of ti it on 111e
gat*" +of =ti a polmlcaa whore she discued U m "hand. l L
<.. swtaesl buother, Bwl, lhe rM the "TrlhaidgN Ol-" eler P
l, rn o, der d under arrest, Mathurg, it was din" yesterday, that keen in-. tal of "minn
d l theI w f stated, became annoyed and gailve terest in the eyelopmeant often people went
t os Julr tht Oeni ki~ed 1.1- the custodial, police conustble Centrhl e lla lm e thyd Geen ermans PIes welny, p
fd Tellng Matwas that he had mnifestdy h iAls ofthe The r1of-spottlrii+
committed a vwry serious cftence, colonial(A m.aid, wet Pdoing
,.. the magistrate warned he was not Dr. Stewart else vilted the was very seldomn
Rural DIispensaryparedto llw ee Off the Carrelie orporatio in 'pnes reach
dte be ommitte. Yorkand hlad discussions erwsitheiv
Opens At Mom.va W 4 per: so elfte"he. 1. n 1% |
Open- At Maraval Iwaraka, who told the court same of iti fOiftiurse eta defense, lv
Rural dispenar at Maraval th he ws drunk, was fined $24.68 She revealed that there wis als On one ofdetent
corme into operation yesterday e altogetheracute shortage of books In London .Oted o 10 ??
ernngeinto ar op ertfon y;trdaj. 'I '**" aloehr an New Yok bu sh 5tIt of 10 'planee
Arrangmnts are bewin ga York, but she had, how- spotty, only two
to conduct anut-natal and In- -. ever, succeeded in obtaining about getting through,
to the usual medical treatment $480 e u would arrive here shortly. they o.uld do any
rout w welfare w ork in addition .I< booksOA J ^ whi ch *he hoped wnr l b o ^ j
of Indigent cases, while the 'Fine To Stand e a
district sanitary Inspector, I m ^ C MI3D SINO G O3 ID when tewsath
w ho- n offieefwillibeminon h1111rso 3ef 1abr ed N 11when
whoseoiewlbe is In Tyre Case Relenn hw sh n w s- newsof th
building sill be av'able for RelA show thetno~w iiatol of i Ad
disevs salone on public health Z5rts of Joseph McNttrnlo to caped being robot-boaued ring received.
^ A~~~e stay T1^ ^l hcut crnm p^ ^trin the capita,'1 Thr wu n1o slat
matters on days to be det get the Court of rim l A her stay i the capital, Dr. The was no
mined later, to alter fine of $480, with an alter- .Stewart ald that she had Just people wben hen ti
s........... -..._.. native of six months' imprison- left a building when the drone of them, she sald. O i
CONCERT POSTPONED ment, ordered by Mr W. J. a robot 'plane was heard. The one didhurry to l
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent Andre, who convicted him for dis- 'plane not long after scored a but the general
SAN ;FIRNANDO, Aug. 2--The posing of a motor-car lyre without direct hit on the building, ann. IHitler's downfall or
concert scheduled to be held here permissionfaled yesterday, aspletely demoltshing the upper not noc srly
in aid of the new R C. Parish his appeal against sentence was storey. the war. Thby
Church, at the San Fernando Boys' dtilsmised with costs. On another occasion, a &robowt ht ihe stl ht1v
R.C. School F Priday, August 4. He was allowed six weeks' time 'plane landed at an Inter ectio go before thet war,
has been postponed until Satur.- with a surety to pay the balance, rear the place at which she wasJ ons tientlv they
day. Auetilst 5. on payment of 3O00 forthwith. staying, and houses for two blocks lazed nor become |
,, .- **** .,*' . .. ;,

-. 'A .**

.,_T _


She's hunting in the front yard of
... a thousand miles away frpa
friendly help. Here, men must hav
in each other's skill and courage,
fidence in the exquisite machinery.
ship. They're on their own,
But they are not alone. Baeldn q
machinist's mate feeling the puls
propeller shaft-the electricianI
watching the batteries-the captns
at the periscope-are the leaders
armed forces whose vigilance has pr4
these men in submarines with everyI
complete their work as safely as pO
That's why at the ship-building
rubber engineers put corrosion-proo
ber armor on her propeller shafts-4
battery compartment-in the win6
in her hull.
United States Rubber Company*
ing through science, is dedicated t4
ing these safeguards flowing steal
men may live to bqud a better wc


es M s a. eNA PV ePoVGAMO
UNDRSIAS, submarines run on batteries.
And in each battery are rubber Pepa-
rators that take acid in their stride.
"US:' scientists compound rubber juqt
aa metallurgists do steel-a special
rubber for each purpose,

an", CoRs an o n TE MW OF M PEllSC, P .
tion systems, United states Rubber ber lined battery comp.rtMe
Company worked i cl elooperation tight gasketa, pacng hose
with military experts to develop Laytex gifts of rubber aclenee ssrvi,_
^^^SK1^0^1?^gifts o rubber a~ciene Onwo
-special lightweight, smAl diaijetes wear the twin-dolphin ins"
wire and cablw, submarine service.

33| SIXTH AVINIM S -OcKigIU r i NTag 5 UUW0* M, a A. a- 1 6 'CAMAe4 SeOu I.




SMUrged F

SSu'm Cleaance &

~ ,i oovenest proposal, as e t
dg f di Pert-oi-apain and -ea reIWal
|f- .aWOedift 111g tAwels houses, wftb
'o ierweff OWldO In ta special ,ession here
.ftlM f Ooveninfst'a determination ti
- -* losel tuation
'Is-I +if0;;"- DISMi- the gradual ren4
"s n a Bill is an idicatio
t05111011 Government is desrous of
caused olu something for the p
=dment to the ps ia ^ i quo
Mr. Ram n concluded, ,
-ted that, in- think we should do everyth
S intended to our power to co-operate wit
ft and emment so that the Bill mi
tuinilpeltlltes come law as early as posib
*id on the corn- Councillor Ralph Mentor
that section out that according to sectki
the draft Ordfn- the Principal Ordnmnce. the
1i read as fol- ing Commission was cOcPd
the chairman and 10- otb
* M to be select. sons, five of whom were uni
-o, oneto be In the Ordinance under com
= .t-an itr tion then was no mention o
i a elected by ogBcial or unoicial member
S selh council, he felt that If the measu
sa prova' Pnased, as drafted, there
ewroos approval., p ,^mty ^^^,^
p a possibility of all four memr
the Slum Clearance Coi
being elected by Governmne
tion by Govern- The Hon"ble Roy Joseph,
mid Its building Mayor, who presided in the
1W that an ado- of the Hon'ble Timothy
houses might be drew attention to the clause
no JA ed from Bill relating to the procedu
6a8so urged bh which decisions could be ta
the circulation of papers. I
Sn deprecated that the clause should be
I n the Or- in view of the gravity of ti
decisions might cesions to be taken and the
Irculatlon of pa- absolute authority of the c
ided the deletion tee.

"meW of te de-
and the almost
of the commit-
aoptedl was moved
SDavid T. Pitt
Ik house situa-
slyeaiy serloul
and parthcularly
i gand that over-
WSere meas inid
d b1Ma. Dr. Pitt
oB t tehat ths oMn-
ict ad, nauseam
Wb odeSI. Remo-
Manitortum had
ti, but in
blt e pesofte
insted of a pe rod
|!1tse projet hany
carr tteaout
t o the disane.
absence of pro,
M station on the
w measure and
tatlons be made
l e his connection.
Screaion of a
ttee with ade-
b would be a
0-, Crawford, also
move by Govern-
that Government
fteir building
t which the
at remedying eon-
want action,
said he did not
1esons who felt
bea right Of ap-
of the orn-
opinion such a
to delay matters.
,ichards thought
of thie ordinance
th Comn-
f lfilled Its ex-
he expressed the
Slum Clear-
Which was being
i1 +the powers of the
act as speedily
UWhthe opinion of
ord that there
_Iot of appeal from
committee, and
"Ie OUld like to see
ppals Inst
hearing of the ap-
ithat," said Mr. Riel-
the Bill and I
of the Coun.
V tk that at long
Is going to be done
housing problem
of the Colony bids
V ...sssarran get-
etdid not see
t Introduce leglsla-
Which, he said.

The Oil And
"Wate Board

'~ Ill lcation of An-
't l ~imisum Company
Limited for a

tUon of The
hitleI Otlikelde of
.zhted foraWater

f69 Advertisement
OeN" it the Itue
tf the nth July,
S.itMfl4d that the
I ekev applications
* Wimlk 1M4 wIl.
*s fiqremU Court
^* in ths legis-

Sec* Bretary.

City To Improve
Transport Train
Reconstruction of the City Cor-
poration's Transport Train for
which provision has been made in
the 1944 estimates is to be proceed-
ed wit" as soon as possible.
This was decided upon by the
City Council at Tuesday afternoons
meeting when the reports of Alder-
man H. A. de Freltas, visiting
member of the Transport Train for
the month of January and Alder-
man V. R. Vidale, visiting member
of this Institution during June,
were adopted,
Plans and estimates are to be
prepared by Mr G. R. rrll. the
City Engineer, and submitted to
the Council for general reconstruc-
tion of the Tranaport Train build-
ings and-.for improvement of the
general lay-out of Its grounds.
Report by Alderman de Freitas,
as visiting member to the Trans-
port Train for the month of Janu-
ary, 1944, called attention among
other things to the need for thor-
ough reconstruction of the prem-
ises and for a better system of
keeping the stores.
Reporting on this, the City En-
gineer agreed generally with the
observations, and stated, with re-
gard to the keeping of theb stores,
that he had In view of the report
of the visiting member, and also of
a report by the City Supervisor,
decided on certain measures wbich
were being put into effect, for Im-
proving the system of storekeeping
not only at the Transport Train,
but at all other city Institutions.
Report by Aldermu Vidale as
visiting member for June 1944
called attention to the condition of
disrepair of the workshop and other
portions of the premise., and to
their being too small for the work
of the Institution to be properly
carried on. It muggeted that a
log-book be provided for entry of
reports and instructions, and that
there be more supervision of the
institution than obtains at present.

LONDON. Aug. 2 (Router). It is
reported from Lisbon that the Swed-
ish Red Cros ship Grottenhonlm,
carrying about 1,000 British Inter-
nees rom camps in France and
Gqermnany, sailed for England this

Control Board Notice
Textiles And Apparel
From U.S.A.
Applications for licence. for
the Importation of 0TTON
PI-CE GOODS Including COT-
from the United States of America
may now be submitted for the 3rd
quarter of 1944. Importers are
reminded that quantitie s in re-
spect of the 1st and 2nd quarters
of 1944 for which Release Oertlf-
cates have not been obtained .be-
fore 30th June, 1944 are lost, and
that all licence. granted since the
30th June, 1944, will be charged
to the 3rd quarter allocation.
Applications for licenced for the
importation of RAYON PX30K
WOVEN RAYON may now be
submitted for a further 30% of
the Provisional Quotas for 1944,
making a total of 80%, and of
a further 10% making a total of
'With regard to other items for
which Provisional Quotas on the
United States have been allotted
to Importers, applications for
limcemes may now be submitted for
the balance of the. Provisloal
Quotas for 1044. with the eoeptlon
of Made-up Goods of Woven Cot-
ton for which licee will net be
granted on the United Stats.
Secretary Otral Bardw
Old Pat Oftfoe* B1.4
7 St. Vicent Street.
2nrh August. 1944.

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Ilw Bed Metal Spring $40.00
Tubb Chair, cone ect$ 15.00
Chairs, loose rush ats 10.50
e OCW with Cnw.s-from 55
Sfet e4d lack folding Chaksin, in Cyp-
ee T.46TablIs lnmifl &ert


e Hou- Senior A.T.S. Commander
ised of Pamda Hammick, out In the
or per- Caribbean reeruitL4g girls to
Xfilaf. fill clerical pnts in Wasinmg-
losdva- ton, returned here with Junior
it either Commander Theodora Maseey,
rs, and by Fan-Amerikan 'plane on
re was Monday, following a visit to
was a British Guiana.
bers of Commander Hammniek Is ex-
omittee pected to remain until the end
nt. of the month before returning
Deputy to the U.S.
absence .......

Library School
Report Confirmed
Confirmation of a recent "Trini-
dad Guardian" report thai. Miss
Marjorie Lumsden, of the Central
Library, had been awarded a
British Council scholarship for
training In Librarianship, was
given yesterday by Dr. Helen Gor-
don Stewart, Director of the Cen-
tral Library Scheme here, who
returned to the Colony by Pan
American 'plane on Monday.
Miss Lumsden will leave here In
September and will spend a col-
lege year at the University of
Toronto, Canada.
All expenses will be borne by
the British Council which body
awarded six scholarships for the
academic year 1944-45.

South Tenant Gets
House Rent Refund
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
Order for the second refund of
$66 and payment of $4.80 costs to
his tenant waa made by the Rent
Assessment Board at a sitting
which lasted until 6.45 p.m. last
Saturday, against H. Nimblet%,
owner of a house at New Jersey,
Point Fortiln.
Lothlah Preto. In whose favour
the order was made, was told by
the board to pay $7 per month
rental instead of $10 retrospective
from April, 19t2.
The board comprised Mr. R. C.
Archbald, acting chairman; the
Hon'ble Roy Joseph, and Mr. W
F. 0. Paul, secretary.
Monthly rental of the upper
floor of a dwelling house occupied
by N. Wilson at Plalsanoc Village,
was fixed at $20, while the ground
floor was assessed at $18.
Standard rental of $10 per
month was fixed in respect of each
of two apartments on the upper
floor of premises at 71 Dottin
Street, and $8 per month for two
allartments on the bottom floor.
Rental of a three-room _apart-
ment owned by Rajall and ten-
anted by Sair Mohamed, at 158
Coffee street, was assessed -at $14
per month from March this year;
while another owned by Rajall
and occupied by Phillip Granado,
at $22 per month.
In the matter of A. Lincoln Debi
against Josephine Loney,. rental
of the upper Iloor of a dwelling
house at 48 leotaud Street was
determined at $17 monthly frcm
March this year.




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Summary Trial Held Valid

In Tunapwa Tyre Case Appeal

ummaty *ial. under Dofeam Titulos, of Leo WUilliams, m
Tmapuna maa. e*rwllfy ac cuedu4 tdtaly of receiving a motor.
omr tyro kng Iit to barT ees OotuS. wuas declared valid by the
Oourt of Criminal Appeal yeetiay when it dismissed with costs
appeal by Williams against cm*tifte and sentence of two years
ordered by Mr. L W. Oelltakn 5t4lstrate. St. George West and
The Court. comprising His )1-a-- -. .- --
our a. W. Blackl the Chief Jus-De dJ .
tte. Mrw. Justice Bri c nI Yrn m aft0
held that the magistrate had pG V .uada Shot v
FWWl exercised hu uis J dictio o u ei
deaft With the offense summarl W ith nolllTr ^
arejcd plea by Mr. O 1tn With S lulmsl
0Jo4vt X.C.. eel for Wil---.
am to hatthv e s 4 es" bt a back Ti Guaiae CorrC pon-dent.
to the zaaulaatea for the PUrPoS GRENADA (By MaU) Addressing
of taa O the defee.. the new Legislatwive Council in first
Refusing the request the Court in here, Hs Excellency, Sir
observed that Mr. Edgar Johnston- Arthur Grimble, Governor. said
who had appeared for the accused that Grenada was shot through
in the lower court, had not sub- with slums.
mitted to the Court's jurisdlctlon "Oomparing the social welfare fu-
and had stated that he did not ture B Grenada with other islands.
wish to take part in the proceed- Hi Excellency said he was forced
Ings. The application for remittal to the conclusion that the mate-
would not have been necessary if rial difficulties to be overcome here
the case had been defended on Its were greater In degree and In va-
merits and the accused would not riety than those whicn have to be
have been precluded from appealing faced elsewhere. The Colony pos-
on the question of jurisdiction. As uNed more towns and aggrega-
he had not seen fit to adopt that tion of population than its neigh-
course the Court saw no reason bQMrs. Eoth town and country
why the case should be reopened, were shot through with slums.
Main ground of appeal as ar- Juvenile delinquency was more
guled by Mr. Oaston Johnston. was acute and more widespread than in
that the magistrate had no juris- less crowded units and re-housing
diction to try the appellant for an schemes could not be organized on
Indictable offence without his con- a wide sca;e until the .great prob-
sent, there being nothing in the lem of swamp reclamation had
regulations to indicate an inten- been solved.
tlon to deprive an accused person Members of A committee ap-
of his right to trial by a jury. pointed by Government to report
Decision of the Court, however, on the situation were asked to
wuas that the objection could not press their conferences to an
be F.ustalned as the regulations early conclusion to the end that
provided that the offenses In the Government may deal with the
schedule should, notwithstanding problem as promptly as it.& ltal
anything to the contrary in any Importance demands."
law contained, be punishable on -
summary conviction. Further,
Section 33 of the Interpretation Brethren Church
Ordinance provided that any of. Brethren Church
fence punishable on summary con-
,enpunah.lhl onConventionIn City'
victionr ahod be dealt with in on e i n In ty
accordance with the Summary The Christian Bre4hr~n Chw di
Corts10 Ordinance,"? The Christian BreiLirCn church
Courts Ordinance, and It was will hold their annual convecnuon
therefore clear that all offences on Discovery Day. Monday, August
tried under the regulations must, 7. at Ebenezer Hall, corner Altredo
unless otherwise required by the Street and Tragarete Road, when
Attorney General, be dealt with a& ministers and their parishioners
summary offences. Provisions re- fIrom 15 churches scattered Wrough.
lating to indictable offences, .t out the Colony, will assemble to
was.held, did not therefore apply. discuss the year's activities ano
=- achievements.
Lt tr P ta ge Established for over 21 rars In
Letter Postage Ruse this Colony, the Christian Brethren
Church boasts of a very large fol-
lowing apart from many notable
Costs $6 In South a, ona, ta
C oss $6 Il ou achievements. Its stated purpose
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. Is for the deepcuning of ChristIan
PRINCES TOWN, August 2 s Spiritual life and persons of all
Attempt to save postage on a denominations will be welcome at
letter by affixing O.H.MS. on the the convention,
tm These conventions vgere some-
envelope Instead of a stamp. T h ese hl a tit srexoThea
brought Albonis Figaro a fine of $ utmes held at teDe LuxeTheatre,
with anl alternative of 14 days' but due to the efforts of Mr. H. T
Imprisonment from Mr. A H. Spencer, the Pastor, the Ebenezer
Busby in the Magistrate's Court Hall has been considerably remod-
herB yesterday elled and extended, to accommo-
Sergeant Dillon laid the infor, date 1,000 persons comfortably.
matoh.be The convention on Monday will
tio1 --- be divided into three sessions.
Fines amounting to $20 or a The morning session, a ain. to
jail term of 44 days were im p 0ed i in., will be devoted to ques-
o* a "f ,raIl Mohammed, wh__U' tio, Ise, and problems affecting
wa, convicted on charges, laid by .h ..u5s lonerne, will be
Constable Allard, of making use solved by competent speakers on the
of obscene language and resisting In
fhe oscene In the afternoon from 2.30 p.m.
th po-ice, to 5 p.m.. the speakers will be Mr.
Leonard King, and Mr. JohnRoth-
G M A-_ ery, Pastor of the San Fernando
San Juan Against C hurch,will address those present:
_I while at the niht aesslon, 6 p.m.
Abator Ere on to s.0 pm.. thtl will be talks by
Abattoir Lrectlon1Mr.,. r
Mr. Charles J. Phair; Mr. Harry
A resolution protecting against Cookrell, another pastor of the San
Government's plan to erect an ab- Fernando Church, and Mr. H. T.
attoir at Lan Juan was passed at Spencer, who will also preside over
a public meeting held there last an the meetings p during the conven-
Sunday under the chairmanship of tlon.
the Hon'0 e Aldwin Mallard. '-
Fear wA expressed that the TRANSFERRED
abattoir erected as planned might The "Trinidad Guardian" learned
lead to pollution of the San Juan yesterday that Mr. H. Moreau. first
River and Injure the 'Grow More clams clerk of the Central Water
P ,od' campaign by offending the Scheme Board, has been drafted to
"religious susceptlbiltlea" of the the Old Age Pensions Office as pay-
many East Indian gardeners who master.
now Irrigato their fields with watx Mr. Moreau. It is understood. has
from the river, already assumed his new duties.


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Colonial Office Approves

Universal Adult Suffrage

PROPOSAIL of the most far-reaching
character are contained in the recom-
IMndatona of the Trinidad Franchise
Committee to which the Secretary of
Itate for the Colonies referred in Parlla-
ment yesterday. The main feature,
which has been approved by Whitehall
Song with the others, Is the Introduc-
#on of univerWl adult suffrage for both
=n and women. This I to come before
tie Legislative Council in due course,
id If accepted will require extensive
vision of the voters' lists before a new
Selection can be held.
For municipal elections the existing
himichise conditions are recommended
to be retained, with this Important pro-
io--that the suffrage should be extend-
ed so all tenant occupiers and owner
waupiers of property irrespecttr of
Memseid rateable value. The committee's
mirity proposal for universal adult
sffrag. In the municipal field has been
ruled out, but the extension proposed
will nevertheless enfranchise a consid-
erable body of persons who are now vote-
I.e, The reduction of the property
qualification for membership In munlcl-
pal councils, and of the property and
bwcome qualifications for candidates for
oe Legislature, has also been approved
kb the Secretary of Statc'.
In regard to County Councils the
committee favoured their establishment
cc an advisory basis for the time being.
but urged that they should be vested
VtI Iettaf ewt. powers ean as
MtpesPenos owedd this to be advisable,
and this course has received Whitehall's
sanction. The basis of voting is to be
universal adult suffrage as for the Leg-
islature, with a low property, income, or
tenancy qualification. It now remains for
the Government to put forward a scheme
to carry this out, having regard to the
County Council's proposed relation with
the present system of district adminis-
All these proposals ate In keeping
with the British Government's policy
Sat encouraging Colonial peoples to ad-
vawoe along the road to more responsible
goveanent. That they should be put
fwward in war-time Is evidence of White-
hall's determination to let nothing stand
hto the way of this advancement, and of
Is confidence In the loyalty of the popu-
lation. They Introduce a political ex-
periment which, however welcome its
motive. will require careful watch and
guidance If stability Is to be maintained.
Our political experience Is slight. leader-
ship of the right kind Is largely lacking,

and to force progs In such ae tsaps
will not struck everyone as wVl. We ar
at woeo on the march. New Mpbkak
must be cmsderej and freA r rif given
to local ability and Initiative. We can
nl express the hope, that these con-
cealsj will not move too far in advance
0f ouw rdtes for them.

Premier Gives The World

A Good Report Of The War

THiME was something more than just
optimism In Mr. Winston Churchill's
speech In the House of Commons yester-
day when he reviewed the war situation.
It was a different Churchill to the one
who in the dark days more than four
years ago had nothing to offer to an
amazed Britain but blood, sweat, and
tears; and it was a different House to
the one that accepted his offer with
spontaneity and quiet confidence. Times
have changed since then. The battle now
goes well with the Allies and Mr. Chur-
chill seemed proud, as well he might, to
tell the House: "I have upon the whole
a good report to make."
The speech has doubters made a pro-
found Impression everywhere, even in
Germany, for though the Prime Minis-
ter said little that the world did not know
already, it seemed to be something new
coming from him. His reference to the
hazards and thrills, expectations and
disappointments of the Normandy In-
vasion operations told of things that
were common knowledge. But what few
people realized was that the secret of
"D-Day" was for many months known to
thousands, and yet It was scrupulously
kept as the closest-guarded material
secret the world has ever known. More
than a hundred million people in enemy
countries hungered for it; fabulous
wealth was offered for il; but the secret
remained locked in the bosoms of those
who knew it.
Mr. Churchill took the opportunity
to give a word of encouragement to ihe
gallant people who are fighting the
Allies' global war in th- Far East. To
them he brought renewed hope that their
task would soon be consummated, per-
haps sooner than he had thought when
he spoke about the Pacific situation a
few months ago. Japan, like Germany,
was recoiling from the heavy blows de-
livered upon her, and presently the full
Allied might would be brought to bear
against the presumptuous enemy of
civilization In the Orient.
The Prime Minister had nothing but
the highest praise for the Russians, who
he said had launched their summer of-
fensive against the Germans to synchro-
nise with the Allied invasion of northern
France. It was part of the scheme of the
Grand Alliance, and Its effect was now
being measured in terms of great success
on all the battlefields of the world.
In the diplomatic field Mr. Churchill
referred briefly to the reluctance of
Argentina to come within the fold of the
United Nations. There was no opportun-
ity and perhaps no inclination-for
him to dilate at length on the new situ-
ation in Turkey and Finland, with the
fresh implications which latest develop-
ments in these quarters will have for the
Balkan and Baltic States.
Mr. Churchill did not become pro-
phetic about the possible date of the end
of the war. He has left the people to
make their own guess. But Mr. Anthony
Eden, the Foreign Secretary. gave the
Srophets a clue when he told the House
hat if the war ended in the next seven
weeks peace would not be signed Imme-
diately. What did he know?

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State of Son Joan Roods
'Could Hardly Be Worse'
RAW.Mte. "Tth""a 0-ha&"in.
"MOM aanlb~ aOr t Ptm
Thwill be El teAK

South of the nIhfraey iw
aout three ftp on&-
tis of the rob *eould uc be
,AfteU thet lead MMLW hes to
do pe -l t and a lt
tot *idJupig.The Motb
rains an allowed to a ehoked
With sum a" heaven a wfu
Stench When the dr ains R clear-
(ri theuf 4teI raked UpaiMA dumpn-
Cd woul tharidl or t oad.
tf"Im tUr tae.t Uc ths -
XTe. the S Idw bowMaOkeda"d-
It Is relined tbh ther I ats l lr.
city of building sitea, but a we y
htsh land rent and tamn tu X -
dcal Ofcer ef Healt. or whoever
is responsible, should take a walk
over any of these mud tracksL and
help us to get raltery roads Our
yard thoo. could be better drained,
and the whole teanmtry correspond-
inly benefited.
In thi rpect, the Third Avenue
es to be the worst off. and If for
the years I have been a tenant of
the estate a street a year wa pitch-
ed, the whole estate from east to
west would present today quite -
different and sanitary apect.
One des not expect all the roads
to be done at once, but surely we
are entitled to some measure of re-
lief and I hope that tho authoritle
will see this and do something
There 1 so much health talk going
on now that I believe this is oppori
tune and that we will be put down
for inumedlate relief.

Aranjues Estate.


Better Road Urged
The Editor, "Trinilad Guardian"
I wish to add my quota to a
letter which appeared in the
"Trinidad Guardian" on July 26
about transportation between Rio
Claro and Guayaguayare.
Frankly speaking, the sooner
passenger traffic is diverted from
the -Mora" T.L.L. road to Mayaro
through Guayaguayare, the safer
it. will be for passengers and theI
better for Government.
Time and again, the danger of
that road for passenger traffic hasa
been brought to the notice of the
riilway authorities.
On this road, 'buses have fre-
quently overturned. This may not
be well known, but fortunately, no
one has been killed or seriously in-
jured. Very often passengers have
Have you a dry goods store, a
barber shop, a pharmacy, a
commission agency, a refresh-
ment parlour, a motor garage-
or any other business, large or
small, In any part of Trinidad
or Tobago?
Then It wfl AY ye *o get
your name listed In ithe "Guard-
ian" classified directory, which
will be widely circulated here
and abroad.
This is a free service. There
I no charge whatever forlisting.
But you must act quickly.
The directory is now in prepar-
ation, and name% received late
will not be Included.
All listings must be on forms
supplied free from the "Guard-
ian" office.
If yenu h so, already received
a form, complete and return It
without delat. If you have not
had a form, you may secure one
on request.
When opportunity knocks,
the wise man responds Immedi-
ately. Tomorrow may be too late
--Act now and put your business
In the "Guardian" classified
to be marooned In the forest from
morning till night and vicr versa
through breakdowns, because of
the bad condition of the road, while
this seldom happens on the Ma-
yaro-Guayaguayare road.
Of course, if the Public Works
Department would co-operate and
have the unasphalted part of the
road from Mayaro to Gusyaguay-
are asphalted. I think there would
be safer traffic for all concerned.

Housing At Princes Town
The Idtor. ITrndad Guardian'
The Oovernment and members
of the Legislative Council should
remember forgotten Princes Town.
In rainy weather there are many
people in need of homes. We oc-
cupy a little room in which we are
forced to live during the crop-
We told the agents or landlords
that the house is leaking badly
and getting worse and worse every
day. No result.
I trust that Government will
start a housing scheme for us. Like
many other districts, we are badly
in need of it to relieve us from
the hand of the "no material"
IOre It a room with three
chgdrm and a wife. At nights, we
pak everything and crouch from
th weather. Let us hope that
Gowrmmnut will in the near
fituren help the Princes Town

SPrnom Toww


Health At Fyzobod
T7 RIAW rritulad Guardian."
I tk ot article published on
July U r d health at Iabad
was toepther correct, must
mOso that a survey of this work
is doe twsea, sometimes thrice per
weok by the strict Health officers.
Th writer of the complaint
stae that 10 houses are built on
two lot of labuld. But I wish to let
hka kaow that. probably. it wa so
for At reat many years. Are the
HeaN l Ofee responsible for
Prsbad Juncton.

Points From Letters

Ex-.Warden Made
Housing Manager
The "Trinidad Guardian"
understand that Mr. J. de
SNoba. retired Warden and
ferry of the Articultural
Society of Trinidad and Toba-
go. took up on Tuesday a new
appointment as manager of
planning and Housing am-

Finland May Get

Honourable Peace
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 1 (AP) -
Finland' s new President, Marshal
Baron Carl Oustav Mannerheim,
was reliably reported to have re-
ceived assurance from Russia that
the Kremlin would consider appli-
cation for an armistice, which
would guarantee Finland's Inde-
Supporting the report that the
aging military leader was in touch
with Moscow through a Swedish
Intermediary for more than 24
hours after he succeeded Ryti as
president, was equally reliable ad-
vices which said that German
troop% were moving out of south-
ern Finland.
Authoritative sources aid that
the Russians had demanded of
Finland that she first declare her
willingness to capitulate, after
which Moscow would receive a
Finnish delegation to discuss terms.
The same sources expressed doubt
that the Russians gave their an-
tagonists any promises regarding
boundaries, or details of armistice
The Germans meanwhile pro-
feased to welcome the appointment
of 77-year-old Mannerhelm, with
the statement that "brotherhood in
arms will be closer in the future."

Finland May Start
Peace Overtures
LONDON, Aug. I (Reuterl Re-
eort sfrcm Stockholm suggest that
he Finns may start new peace
moves foUllowing the resignation
of President Ryti, and the appoint-
ment of Marshal Mannerheim As
But in a despacth from Stock-
holm, Norman MacDonald, B.B.C.
reporter, says he thinks it unlikely
that there will be much reaction
until the new Government is set
up. He says that General Valden
may be the new Premier as he is
a close friend of President Man-
Passikivi. a former Prime Minis-
ter is not likely to be given a Cabi-
net post, as the B.]BC. repreller
says he will probably be wanted
for talks with Moscow.

Bullitt Confers

With Sforza

ROME, Aug. 1 (Reuter).--Mr.
William C. Bullitt, former United
States Ambassador to France, con-
ferred at length today with Count
sorma, Italian Minister without
portfolio, at the Palauo VimInals.
An Italian communique, announc-
Ing the meeting, described Mr.
Bullitt as Presildent Roosevelt's
personal envoy In Europe. No
confirmation could be obtained in
Rome that Mr. Bullitt holds this
osition ascribed to him in the
Italian communique.T It Is under-
stood that he eame to Italy last
month and was described as a war
correspondent for the mslgasine


To Drop Selfishness
LONDON. Aug. 2 (R'uterl.-
Himmler. recently appointed Com-
mander-in-Chief of the Army Re-
serve Corps, has Issued his first
Order ef the Day. He called upon
all officers and men to do away-
ad thee are Himmler'a own
words-with all selfishness and
. l? the sprit Of those behind
front Himmier went on to
I y that every officer and man
who could be spared at home
would he sent to the front, and if
unfit must work in an arms fac-

Nazis Say Romminel

Hurt In Accident
LONDON, Aug. 2 (Router).-The
German news s&Z ce said today
that Field Marsha-Rommel has
been injured in rance. According
to this German report he got con-
cussion through Injuries In a motor.
ear accident dulirs an air raid two
weeks ago, His life, the Germans
say, is not in danger.
Several reporta have come in from
Normandy tatting that Rommel was
injured when Allied bombers at-
tacked his headquarters at Lisieux,
some 25 mues east of Caen.

AWDO. Atmr. I (RoMsw)u*

Britain Sends


To'Safe Areas'
LONDON, Aug. 1 (Reuter).- In
a report on evacuation today, the
London County Council stated that
up to July 2, more than 178,000
people includIng 114,000 children of
school age, 34,000 children under
five and about 30,000 expectant
mothers had been sent to "safe
"The evacuation scheme, pre-
pared In consultation with the
Ministry of Health, contemplated a
scheme for the daily exodus of
10,000 people from the original
metropolitan area, and a maximum
period of 10 days."
"But the scheme," continued the
spokesman, "quickly assumed a dif.
ferent form and scale. On July 11
more than 38,000 persons were
evacuated and on two subsequent
occasions, the dally load was 20,000
In addition thousands of mothers
land children have been privately
I evacuated.
Many teachers have also been
evacuated, and the report of the
Educational Committee on post-
primary education in the new de-
velopment plan, recommends the
introduction of the multilateral
school In place of the separate mod-
ern and technical grammar school.
The report of Mr. C. C. Charles
Robertson, chairman, said: "There
Is bound to be evolved an ideal for
a comprehensive school for English
"This is a British comprehensive
school we are advocating. Reports
were directed back to the Commit-
tee with instructions to submit pro-
posals for the experiment. It was,
however, suggested that the Coun-
cil think twice before 'condemning
the children to a system that was
truly foreign-to us and one that had
not had time to be Judged even In

Nazis In Denmark

Forced To Fight
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 2 (Reuter).-
Machine-guns had to be placed out-
side the barracks to compel 400
German soldirO, to leave for the
eastern front, reports the Danish
Press service. The Incident hap-
pened at Viborl, in central Jutland,
on Saturday afternoon. When they
were told that they were to oe scrnt
to the eastern front, 400 men re-
fused to go. The German comm.an-
ders called fr help from a nearby
garrison, posted machine-guns and
after threat s and negotiations finally
rsuaded thle soldiers to carry out
s orders.

Vire Threatened
In Rapid Advance
back in a 15-mile wedge between
the rivers Gee and Selune east of
Avranches--toward Paris-to Cures
three miles east of Erecey, and Le
Buat, a mile beyond Montjole.
Toward $rest, a potential new
Cherbourg, one column pushed
through Pontorson. 13 miles south-
west of Avranches and four miles
inland from the famed Mont St.
Michel, and rolled on without even
slowing up.
Another column In force thun-
dered south toward Reines. 30
miles away. Fall of tnis key road
junction and the ancient capital
of Brittany, would virtually cut
effective resistance in the pensin-
saula. Brittany never had more
than half the defensive strength
of Normandy and at least four of
its garrison divisions previously
pulled out to bolster the now brok-
en Normandy stand.
British Second Army Headquar-
ters termed General Dempsey's
spectacular break-through In Cau-
mont a "major success."
The American gains amounted to
at least 10 miles and bore out bat-
tlefront despatches reporting at
last a real crumbling of thile Wehr-
macht morals and the beginnings
of an utter rout.
The Germans began speaking as
glumly au possible of an American
break-through to Loire. at the base
of the Brittany Peninsula 100 miles
to the south.
Virtually all the way northeast
through the rugged fringe of hills
the Germans were falling back, in
somoe placea actually beyond con-
tact of the advancing Brts= h and
American Infantry. The line bulged
beyond captured VWedleu, Percy
and Tesy-sur-Vire.
The only really stin erman op-
position was reported sotheast of
Percy and Tessy where the German
Second and 116th Pane DIvisons
were fighting a dlaybog action.

Government Notic


MOTIO s &I hemksr f that teadena anr
eonutruactMpn and MAqument ready lo ue of a mo-g"
La'entUle for the aeeommodation of and me by both but
arerUat, includftg the dredsln of an approach ehann,
reclamation and dressing to final level construction of
retaining walls and embankments, roadways, canals,
and ib-soil) bridges and admInlttratium buWldiap tniM
ready for service, complete with electrical and meteor
on and works In connection therewith. ,
The Contract documents can be Inspected ai ihe
Pwlsnianc adHoulA& Oonunm iion, 2. St. Vicent
Ip&K where copies odrawina No$. 1 to 2 can be e m. jj
Contractors will be required to give security by MNj
suretie In the sum of $50,000.
Tedes close at noon on the 7th September, 1944.
Tepdm to be addresed to the Colonial eer.ar U.
Port-of-Sl Wn. marked on the outside of the envelope
..Aot LavenUlle rinidad," and Itf sent by post, hal
The Government do not bind themselhes to accept t,
or any tender, and will not assuign any reason or the fort
any tender.


Errol L. Do& Santos,' i
Acting Colonial ft
,*. 'S

Tobago Steamer SaUh

CaneeUed -
Further to the announcement madi on M
is regretted that the s.s. "Tobago" must be
from the Trinidad-Tobago service until further-
All outstanding passenger tickets must thm,
regarded as cancelled, and applications for reng
ments should be made to the Harbour Master
The scheduled service of the s s. "Trinidad %I
tinue, but priority passage only will be gi antd &t
residents, and persons travelling between the t
on business. ,



Monday 7th August (DIscovery DRY) being a Public Bi
General Post Office will be open from 700 amn 8.0 0aoNA
4.00 p.m. to .00' pmn. and District Post Offices fom 700 ISl
a.m. for the delivery of ordinary letters and asle of allst
only; no other postal business will be transacted h
2. There will be one delivery by Postmen at 700 "'
despatch of mauls on that day aa follows -
San Fernando, Siparia. Princes Town. Rio Clarre
Cedros, Maysro and Intermediate Off0lces ... .... |
Toco, Sangre Grande, and Intermediate Ofties .. |
Maraval, Diego Martin and Carenage .... ....- a
L. W.
Ag PostmassW

General Post Office,
24th Jul3 1944.


Holders of debentures issued un-
der the provisions of the Local
Loan Ordinance, 191Ag cap. 221)
are hereby notified that the fol-
lowing debentures were drawn on
Monday the 17th day of July. 1944.
and will be redeemed at par at the
office of the Accountant General
on Friday the 13th day of Septem-
ber, 1944, after which all interest
on the debentures so drawn will
cease and determine.
20 Debentures

Noe. 19,

M, M, 60,
119, 150, 209.
339, 397, 411,

72, 109, 111,
218, 23, 280,i
430. 449, 458.

100 Debentures

NOs. 34, 41, 87,
208, 219, 222,
342, 367, M9,
509, 529, 591,
670, 693, 694,
772. 781, 802,

134, 1If 182, 2r7.
227, 248. 251, 306,
371, M8& 473, 508,
624. 63%, 649, 668,
700, 711. 712, 719,
806, 824, 830. 831,

Ag. Colonial Secretary.
Dated: 18th July, 1944.

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Re-DeaLhof (ai O
and 'bi
employed with
OUfilelds of
which occurred
1944. and
man lately
Archer Coal
which occurred 4.
man lately d
Trinidad LaW
eating CGo .. Ltd,
red on 4th
Compensation InIk
ters having been d
under Section 8 of
Compensation Or
pendants of the said
Clement Roecastle.,
and Victor McShI*
are hereby required
fore The Coomm
the lath day of g
o'clock in the fwe'
House, Port-of-SpMe
Commissioner 8sI
termlne the distMi
Proof of relation
dante to the de
will be required
sioner to be fu
ants at the enq.iR
to be in the form%. f
birth and of marrea.
-.umstancers be nece
Dated this 15th 4ay
A. V. N.M

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

Order as to the Route to be observed by all vehicles S
manner n which vehicles are to be drawn up at J
Street, Port-of-Spaln.
I, Reginald Alexander arakine-Llndop, Acting
Police for the Colony of Trinidad and Tobago, in
powers conferred on me by Section 78 of the Motor VtW
Trafflo Ordinance, Chapter 16. No. 3 and in view o0
traffic in Richmond Street between Park Street and
become congested, do hereby order that on and from I "ti
August, 1044.
1. All traffic in Richmond Street between Faer t".
Street shall proceed in a southerly direction Cw-
S. Vehicles may be parked on the east side of th L
facing eIouth. .
The Constables at the Trinidad Poice have direeaokS
this order at all times.


It is notified for general Intor-
matimon that surface mal posted
In Trinidad for St. Vincent be-
tween the period 7th July and 14th
July were lost at sea as a result of
an accident.

W. Snow,
Ag. Potmar GeneraMl.


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rkah tha t, a we* eted which avies us the
whiiS k had at t off ein oem enduct
the -05-8-d-Meampasiganem00helarg-
h est ern*e -a~nt a fw inch,
;Hlioiai pl. d ou c-_ I---- the
out~eltheri in nmy was ,,lely to brifn.
thisam t dl a sIs-
ii-S nMof the OTAL NAVr AIDSl
^"e s e operations were protected
,' .' I _P O by a considerable
I. M4 40V by a strong
a onbmMo* Ott Awieroaen fleet,
this p 6a1 M d Admiral Ramsay.
Mto &-n at 0 4 in Soto of mines
rthl l ln tua of more thUs 1 o erman
on waiting, Waffod In = l-
of t he $M u Mr PW land swarms of 3-boats
be throw., 4s = t=er maraude s, eeless
been, into a gen- t was maintained or the 100-
04t, mile stretch of the Channel and
year the e. Generals ienhower and Mont-
pi nted. No -gmon(ery now stand at the head of
skBor avrOY large and powerful army.
the unflication equipped as no army was ever
It great forma otilpgd before.
than did i.- w helming air power is, of
NXe ha a g emu "o as nd oispensable as sea pow-
AliU tageher, er to carry out such an operation.
fo Consider b Strategic bombing by combined
WU a the United Britih and American bomber
MT Te names of forces and by medium bombers and
Bed commanders fighter forces was an emental re-
to the House lude to the landing In Normand.
He forthwith PritM dfnitely began for
general Montgomery the battle In April and not only
Sthe Invasion. at the point of attack, for that
an a year past, would have revealed It, but neces-
equipment and aarily all along the coast and far to
S moving SUteadily the rear. Thus when our ships
Sand we ourselves crossed the Channel almost unmo-
British armies leted, half the guns which were
s^natry force prac- to have blown them out of the
4i e that of the water had already either been dis-
in the ning stage, mounted or silenced.
inforcements, which "And when the counter-attack
SAmericat have al. developed on land and under the
,.g continually alter sa our tactical and coastal air
ao this great adven, forces held It back while our foot-
g nWe lally equalt. hold on the shore and our callings
Stall these troops were being firmly established.
In the mt satren- These deeds of the air force were
PaNM. were also not done without losses, which in
tfuceslve landings killed and in proportion to their
i be made In relation number of flying personnel far ex-
i r thrust, needed those of' any other branch
of the services.
epiede seemed to AIR L063ES HEAVY
be tie crossing of the "It I take April 8 as the opening
.h Its stormy waters, of the air campaign, from then
s sl and 18-foot rie until June 13, over 7.000 men of
S tide and, above all, the home command of the R.A.F.
i weather, which alone were killed or reported miss-
ttn so big as this nlag, The United States' losses were
taken, may cut an also most severe. The devotion of
i, on for many days tHe pilots and -air crews of both
M being able to get countries was sublime. (COeers.)
,f force them or with- "Since those days we have been
thus leave them to in constant battle, General Omar
a1 superior enemy. Bradley clearing the Cherbourg
a Mt and this possible Peninsula and General Dempsey
Stl weather certainly occupying the area around Caen.
Sa vulture poised in We have inflicted losses upon the
Sthe heads of the most enemy about double those we have
i in all this matter, suffered ourselves That is remark-
45CORnbine4 Operations able considering we are the chal-
founded In 1940 un- longer and is unusual compared
| ee for the purpose with our experiences last year.
Warfare, and devel- "We were. hampered continually
I13 under Admiral by the modt unseasonal weather
,o d Itt value, which by early mists and low clouds
known, I opposed has day by day put off operations
gr eat invasion across by rendering it impossible for those
k 1942, and thereafter avalanches of explosives by which
impossible owing to our air power prepares for an at.
Chosn t'he Mediter- tack. Now, at last, we are begin-
eur amphibious re- ning to gain that space to deploy
being concentrated which is necessary for armies of
such sine. I must confess the lat-
were all agreed and eat news seems to me extremely
a took all the vast good. (Cheers.)
ge which had been
Sland put their own EQUAL SHARE
"Lest our enemies should suggest,
Iglleve myself this vast as they will, that the burden of
have been executed the struggle is unfairly shared, or
had no experience, make invidious comparisons of any
launched the attack kind, let us say the loses of the
li made five success. British and Canadian forces togeth-
BItdirgs in the Medi- er is about equal to those of the
a mass of wonder. larger United Ptates forces In
'inl kinds were devised proportion to their ,relative
and by the United strength. It is share and share
*ter side of the alike, in good fortune and in bad,
s. _all along the front,
'aftthis had to be eon- "There is one more general lea-
the United States al- ture which has emerged from the
Srds were strained fighting In Normandy to which I
the utmost, must draw the attention of the
mf House. No new tank, weapon or
T ~ type of ammunition has been em-
Oever 60 variations of played by the enemy. He has
eCrafit and escorting brought forward nothing new so
|- e Provide, not only far, whereas we put Into action a
M ny, but for every- Sherman tank. mounting a 17-
Sneeds. Some, in- pounder, the latest Churchill tank
SAw how in the days and the new Cromwell tank, and
I was completed, we also number Interesting vari-
tumt1 landing craft ants of very great Ingenuity which
o4 line together until I cannot tell the House about to-
t-SPd by the slowing day because we do not know whe-
uw went draw- their the enemy has had the op-
H 1red vehicles. and portunltv of testing them or fac-
miautes a whole heavy ing them.
.lM'wU uP In column "The First American Army, ad-
.m. _li the road ready vancing down the Atlantic Coast
11' for action, has reached a point on the River
15 minutes these Belune and may well be approach-
pu Pushed themselves Ing the important railway centre
nS d were returning of Rennes, about halfway across
for another consign- the base of the Brest Peninsula.
light i playing on the Further to the east, the Americans
t invading across the byptmed the town of Vllledteu and
v which I hope will captured Drecy.
loserIct upon our
.* the day when we STRONG BRITISH DRIVE
over our burdens to "The British attack has also made
IS.) very good program and has advanced
n a month harbour in the centre about 12 miles.
tied compared with "On the Canadian front south of
mBa- Uall. At these Caen, we attacked yesterday and
ti em tem bechhead heavy fighting is again In progress,
at very large aznmy We are largely superior to the ene-
l f elab orate equip- my in men and armour and in the
t varies, which Is air and I have little doubt in mo-
VI to every four bility also once the front has
te_ landed, and by tne opened out.
B lto of the worst "It is wise that General ELsen-
years, a solid base howe' said that the Battle of Nor-


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Brilliant Russian Successes In House Of Comm

mady amoud be viewed a* s Inhle tg this phtlculfar Infileta 114
and as one Nt of a Awe OpenM- weakM Ia say m our wa1eeretli
utoa conducted by the Allied forest support. eery ~irt In man-pow
linked in brotherhood aWd Inter- er is being made to prevent ant
mingled In every mamM at may t IMte see -t of thoe bom.
meo convenient. This should cer- ment
taenly eO rovent the Nowm of NRuMeft of the m ot sns
Coaion from expesta rI N n- kmte we have will be fplm
stinted ad alratiton.t Us d lmid riveted up the 1l b. but
and pectacular ictor iesgid o by do m at uraa itee lbea.
Ithe atatt I troe under pete yly ovd until we have occu
General Bradley both at hbow thueg ptd the tre s from whis3 11 Me
and In their southward nsareb new boamb a launched. Very car
becoming almost a gallop dowa the fto plans have been prepared. fo
peninsula. Instane, for artilery and gun de
"e Germans eertly tad b ad po. but It i snot always possbli
remarkable opportunltie fee re t o fisee accurately what tm
Sthe MoenA and alting term the attack will take or how thi0 6
which they put upn thV mi=ary will so.
value of the Amerian army at the
time they declared war on the NEW ATTEMPTS EXl3CTT
great republic. "AS long ago a FbruaIn ,
REALALALLIES warned te oW that lIW wSJ
"We British and Canadians too, prpaing an attack oan this0 om.
have taken our funl ha In the try by new method, aend It iault*
fierce and prolonged conaiet. We pmioible that attempts will 14
have fulfilled the part which was made with along-range rockets oon
assigned to us by the Supreme trolling a heavier explosive chargI
Commander and under him by than the flying bomb and Intendet
General Montgomery. If GOeneral to produce a great deal more mis-
Eisenhower as supreme commander chief.
or General Montgomery as his lieu- London, we may expect, will bf
tenant In the field, has ever In the primary target on acootunt ol
the slightest degree to consider the probable Inaccuracy of th
whether they would employ British rocket weapon. We therefore ad.
or American or Canadian troops viae all classes for whom evacua-
In this way or that, here or there ion facilities have been provided
on any grounds other than purelyI by the Oovernment and with nc
military grounds those of00er would wj" duties here or who could mak
have been hampered In A mat their own arrangements to taki
grievous manner, the opportunity of leaving thecapi-
"I must say In talking of those va- tal in a gradual and orderly man'
rioun campaigns all over the world, ner."
I have left out the obvious and ,a- "it is by no means certain thai
sentlal name until this time; that the enemy has solved the difficult
It Is the Russian army who has technical problems connected witl
done the main work of tarIng the rocket and particularly with aim"
guts out of the Oerman amy. Ing rockets. Nonetheless, I do not
iCheers.) wish in any way to minimise the
"In the air and on the oceans ordeals to which we may be sub-
and the seas ye can maintain our- ejected, except to say that it Is not
selves; but there Is not a force In one which we will not be able to
the world which could be called bear.
Into being, except after several "This fact must be added to what
more years, that would be able to I have said. A member has put a
maul and break the German army question to the Secretary of State
and subject it to such tWrrible for Air the answer to which I
slaughter and manhandling as has thought might come in here. So
fallen upon the Germans Hv the he kindly consented to defer his
Russian Soviet armies, question. I think It makes a grim
I comment on what I have Just been
"I salute Marshal Stalin. that
great champion of his coufitry, and HEAVY COUNTER
I firmly believe our 20 years' treaty -"-Te weight of flying bombs
with the Russians will prove one launched on this country from the
of the most lasting and durable evening of June 15 to the evening
factors for preserving peace, order of July 31, is estimated to be mine
and progress in Europe. 4,500 tons. During the same pert-
"It may well be that the Russian od the Allied air forces haddropped
successes were somewhat aided by approximately 48,000 tons of high
the strategy of Corporal Hitler. explosive bombs on Germany. Of
Even military Idiots find it difficult course, we try in the main to aim
not to see some faults in some of at military objectives, but it may
his actions. Here he now finds him. be that loss of life occurs in par-
self with perhaps 10 divisions in ticular places, but theacs weapons
north Finland and 20 or 30 cut off have no other object than the in-
In the Baltic States, all of which discriminate slaughter of the civili-
three or four months ago might an population.
have been brought with their ma- "I am now approaching without
trials and weapons to stand be- natural anxiety the delicate sub-
tween Germany and the Russian Jet of foreign affairs. I still hold
advance, the view I expressed the last time
"However, we must not tell him that as the war enters the final
now to do It, but It Is far too late phase, it has become and will be-
for him to do that now. On the come increasingly less ideological.
whole, I think It is better for of- "Confusion was caused in some
ficers to rise In the proper way. minds by mixing up ideology with
"One cannot take more than a idealism, whereas there is in fact
sweeping glance at the world war quite a notable difference between
as it approaches the end of its them. While I cherish Idealism as
fifth year and as It approaches per- a cheerful light placing over the
haps its closing stages. I naturally thoughts and hopes of men and
end the military survey at home Inspiring noble deeds, ideology too
here In famous and mighty Lon- often presents itself as the undue
don, which, with the surrounding regimentation of ideas and may
counties particularly those upon very likely be Incompatible with
the bomb highways, now have been freedom.
under almost continual bombard-
ment for seven weeks, IDEOLOGY OVERTHROWN
"The work of all the civil de- "I have rejoiced to see the Fan-
fence services, men and women, has cdt ideology overthrown and look
been a model. About 17,000 houses forward to its complete extirpation
had been totally destroyed and in Italy. I rejoice that the pros-
about 800,000 received damage. In pect is now becoming sure and
the past two weeks, the rate at certain that the Nazi ideology en-
which damage has been overtaken forced in a hideous manner on a
by repairs has very sensibly In- vast population will presently be
creased, beaten to the ground.
Nearly 1,000,000 people who have "Those facts and manifestations
no war business here, among thornem which I see taking place contlnu-
225.000 mothers with children, ally s the world war crashes on-
have been encouraged and assisted wards to Its close, make me in-
to leave London, and thanks to creasingly confident that when it
the hospitality and kindness of is won. when the hateful and ag-
those in areas not affected, have gressive Nail and Fascist system
been welcomed and comforted, has been laid low and every pre-
There have been few exceptions, caution taken against Its ever
but they are not worth recording rising again, there may arise a new
except for the purpose of reproof, brotherhood among men which will
I not be based upon the crude an-
A NAZI"If the Germans imagine tha tagonisms of Ideologies but upon
"If the Germans Imagine that the broad, simple, homely Ideas of
the continuance of the present at- peace, justice and freedom.
tack which cost them very dear in "Therefore, I am glad the wat
many branches of production will has become a less ideological war
have the slightest effect upon the between rival systems and more
course of the war or upon the re- and more a means by which hiRh
solve of the nation or upon the ideals and solid benefits may be
morale of the men, women and achieved by the broad masses of
children who are under fire, they people In many lands and ulti-
will be only making another of mately in all the world.
those psychological blunders for "Thiese last four years. iT have
whioh they so long have been cele- had many differences with Gen-
"The only result of the use of -
this indiscriminate weapon as far Control Board Notice
is they are concerned will be that
th severity of the punishment
which they will receive after their AXE HANDLES
weapon has been struck from their
hands by our fighting men will Importers are hereby noitfoed
aporeciably be Increaed, that axe handles are In exceedingly
"There is no question of divert- short supply and every effort,
ing our strength from the extreme should therefore be made to have
prosecution of the wor or of allow- the Colony's requirements pro-
^ A i ises locally.
Ol PodSeretary, Control Bord.
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ON -- sistat Petroleum Technologist in
TI..r-ly, A. 10tb ulthe Petroleum Office. San Fernando.
Trf sdtay, Aug. 1h Atppulcant mouid be a graduate In
* at i ., nised University and have had not
Instructed by Mr. N. Hope lees thaa 5 lears' pratical ollleld
iho left the Cokmy, experience. Appointment would be
on contract lb, the term ef three
MESSRS. DEARLES, LTD. yea" on a saary oil.e of 40
rCisng u. y anma inerementa of P40
till sell by Auction the very use- to 34,M3 plUs tempeary war allow-
Ul littings, etc, of his Tailoring ance with a bonus in lieu of pen-
tutablishment, as follows:- slon at the rate of one month's
Single Treadle Sewing Machine, salary for es*1 completed year of
Peter's Charcoal, Irons. I Jack- service payable 0a leaving Oover-

card, 1 Pre-ming Counter, Large ment' service. wttn compound IA-
wresdwood Racks for Cloth and tereft t 1% per annum subject to
Materials. I Glas Case with OUp- the fl tenom ot the contract bing
card under, 6' high. I Glas ose completed. O0 the factory t e-
' high. Oautt#I Oounters. minMtUin of the contract free pa-
bsris 5 Talor' pSioB Plates. M to the United indom wild
cuna. Trpleal anad other wats .be tkl*I forh e;io f d
fle four aBds-up Suite and O W a w- OW wib achilde (net *O-
ra trnam. I Droleng Tabl witth din pemson bMi hitmf.
g mirror, 1 ChIna Cabinet. and vaeatlm lave at the rateof
kee at ir I pm.em s i. x weeks for each conseemutive
so* at 1 pe La Thury, twelve o otr ovies. Trave
tma l0th. Anowae tsumybWe under the ap
WOMIW H% j -taw
TWLWW Cash. Am~hmi
topsm totac i
l ftL o ft efan .
J *tmmm sjft O*k I~m lm,

o ral de Gaulle, but I have never
t forgotten and can never forget he
Stood forth as the first eminent
I FrenchmM to face the common
* f0e In what seemed to be the hour
of ruin for his country and poal-
t bly the ruin of ours (etheer) and
1 it is only fair and Uoecoming that
C he should stand forth first and
* foremost in the days when France
- shall again be raised and raise
I herself to her rightful place among
* the great powers of Europe.
l Latest figures available show that
a .,340 of these have been launched
l upon us, killing 4,736 with 14,000
more or less seriously Injured.
There are also many slightly
Injured. The result has been a sad
I tale of human sorrow and suffering
Sfor whole families struggling at
- home with all the circumstances
Attaching to people who have lost
Their little possessions.'
- "We are sure our defences are
I gaining in power. We are pressing
I to the utmost our counter-offensive
- measures. The patience and cour-
age of our people at a time when
e In London they might have thought
f their trials passed have been won-
"I no longer feel bound to deny
That victory may come perhaps
d soon. If not we nmust go on until
SIt does. There will be unfading
l honour for all the brave hearts
: that never failed.
"It is one of the main interests
of Britain that a friendly France
should regain and hold her place
t among the major powers of lEu-
Srope and the world. Show me one
h moment when I swerved from this
conception and you will show me
a moment when I have been
wrong one of the many mo-
ments when I have been wrong."
"Our landing In Normandy and
the whole tide of events showed
quite clearly we shall presently
once again have to deal with the
problems of France and Germany
along the Rhine, and from that
discussion PFrance can by no means
be excluded. I look forward to
the closest as.ioclatlon of the
British Empire, the United States.
Russian and French representatives
In the settlement of these Im-
portant European problems.
We are in an alliance united
with peace-loving nations who had
been forced to take utip arms to
defend our own fundamental
rights and we must not fail in
the hour of victory to make the
arrangements necessary to con-
tinue to use that peace for which
we shall have so dearly fought.
"When I recall and survey all
the complexities arriving together
at a united agreement, I think the
Governments of the United States,
Britain and Russia have done
pretty well. but great patlk lne and
an unceasing desire to understand
each other's point of view are ne-
cessary between the Great Powers,
and the House of Commons canl
help everybody by taking a broad
and tolerant view.
"In my opinion, this is h aope-
ful moment for Poland for whose
rights and independence we en-
tered the war against Germany.
We, therefore, did our best, Mr.
Eden and others, late into the
night to promote the visit of M.
Mikolajcayk and other members of
hli Cabinet to Moscow where Mar-
shal Stalin was willing to receive
them. The President of the Uni-
ted States was also favourable:
how could it be otherwise In this
matter considering his deep inter-
est in the Polish question?
"Russian armies now stand be-
fore the gates of Warsaw. They
bring the liberation of Poland in
their hands. They offer freedom,
sovereignty and Independence to
the Poles. They ask that there
shall be a Poland friendly to Rus-
sia. This seems to me very reason-
able seeing the injury which
Russia suffered from Germany
marching across Poland to attack
"The Allies would welcome an-
other general rallying or fusion of
the Polish forces, both those which
are working with the western
powers and those with the Soviets.
We have several gallant Polish
divisions fighting In the west and
there are others fighting in Ruis-
la. Let them come together. We
desire this.
"It would be a marvellous thing
If this foundation could come at
the last moment when the famous
capital of Poland, which so val-
iantly defended herself against
German invasion, has been liber-
ated by the bravery of Russian
"Now It does seem that R'imania
must primarily make terms with

Is it agai

Rusia whom they so eutrageMM ly
Massaulted .and at wh mercy they
will soon lie. Rusa offer, d Pa-
eroua terms to Rumania and have
no doubt they would have been
accepted with raUtude by the
Rumanian people If ea the RIu-
manian leader had not the auto-
matic pistol presed to their breast.
"The same Is trn of Bulgaria
Thrice they have been thrown into
war& on the wrong side by the
most miserable set of criminal p1o-
lltIclans who seem available for
their country's ruin. generation
after generatioLn. Three times In
my life has this wretched Bulgaria
subjected her peasant population
to the pains of war and the chas-
tisement of defeat. For them also,
the moment of repentance has
not passed but it is paIng swiftly.
"The whole of Europe is sliding
Irresistibly into new and secure
foundations. We will place Bulga-
ria at the judgment seat when
the petty and cowardly part she
has played In this war is revealed
and when the entire Yugoslav and
Greek nations through their re-
prenetatives unfold at the Allied
armistice table the dismal tale of
what the Bulgarian army has done
to their countries as cruel lackeys
of a fallen Nail power.
"I have the authority of the
Turkish Government to announce
that on the basis of the Anglo-
Turkish alliance, Turkey has broken
off all relations with Germany.
This act infuses new life into the
alliance we made with Turkey
before the war.
"No one can tell whether OGer-
many or Bulgaria will attack
Turkey. If so, we will make com-
mon cause with her and shall take
the German menace as well aS we
can in our stride. No one can
expect to enter this conflict and
not suffer. Turkish cities may re-
ceive the kind of bombardment
we never shrink from here.
"Herr von Papen may be sent
back to Germany to meet the blood
bath he so narrowly escaped at
Hitler's hands In 1934. I can taki
no responsibility in those matters.
It was the policy of Mustapha Ke-
mal to bring about close unity of
action between the Russian and
Turkish peoples. I hope this step
will contribute to the continuity
of fritndbshp between Turkey and
"At the present time no speech
by a prominent politician in any
of the victorious countries could
have been complete without a full
exposition on a future organisa-
tion for the world. I was severely
reproached the last time for not
having dealt methodically with
this considerable topic.
"One of my difficulties is that
it does not rest with me to lay
down the law for all our Allies. If
that were the general wish, I would
be ready to offer suggestions. But,
odd as it may seem, countries like
the United States, and Russia,
might wish to have their say In
that matter and they may not
look at It exactly in the same way
or express it in the same terms
as would gain the loudest applause
in this House.
"I am sorry about this;. nothing
would have given me greater pleas.
ure thaiti 1 nave detedd a couple
of hours to giving the House my
personal Ideas about the general
layout. But It would be very
troublesome for all of us here if
I made a pronouncement on the
subject here and found myself con-
tradicted by our most considerable
"From time to time, many elo-
quent statements have been made
about a future organisation for
the world by the most eminent
people, I personally prefer to
hear tlhe opinions of other powerful
nations before committing our
country to too many details.
"Cannot we be content with the
broad declarations upon which we
are all agreed that there is to be
a World Council to preserve peace,
which will in the first instance be
formed and guided by the major
Powers who gained tne war and
that there will be other Powers and
eventually all the Powers will be|
offered their part In this world or-
ganisation ?
"Cannot we be content with that
and concentrate our efforts upon
winning the victory and bearing
ourselves so prominently in the
conflict that our words will be re-
ceived with honoured consideration
when we come to an organisation
for peace ?
"Meanwhile, the House is aware
that important discussions on an
official level are shortly to begin
In Washington, When these are
completed we shall have all of us

Franchise Body Praised

For Service To The Coon
"A large majority recommended dations of th. majority M
tbat the property quailfleation ftr Commtittee. ,
membership should be reduced 'Paragra&ht22 Co y
from l$12,O0 to 6i000 ai the ase Vetem'q f .
of owners of real estates and the of the Cominitte reoAm
lacome qualification from 61,o universal uffrage forlI
to $ ,0 subjects of the age of 21 ad sd
A minority of the committee subject to residence of x *
recommended that all persons ia an electoral di4 ret. A
qualified as voters should be *ap recommended that the qwu f I
facto qualified for membership of I period should be three maths_.
Sthe Legileslative Oouncll. "I have accepted the reeeonn
"I have accepted the recomn mendatlons of the major ty ,
meadatioM of the Committee/or of "lPergph o .25 andiI
the majority thereof. Councils. Member' quallflo
Parag lph. 1 inm"t*-ea for The majority of the C AommiA w
_""fvo 114.n Lo f commended that the propty
ei forl o. he Coumil.te qualification should beI ewnerh
The majority t the C committee of immovable property to the S
recommend that the Franchise b ,of $410 or receipt of a clear au
altered &ad extended by reduce income of not ee than
the age qualification of women tenancy of a houas and land 2
voters from 30 to 21 years: by re- annual rental of not lIs ta
duclng. the period of rtsidence I n certainn of te members -
n elector district required of Committee were of the opie
the voter from 12 months to six that no property or Income qua-
months; and by the abolition of fication should be required aI
property and income qualifications that any person otherwise quaied
and that the i intending voter and also qualified to be a & te
should be able to satisfy the Re. should i ps facto he 3ualifasd to
gistering Officer that he or she can he elected d a member of the o
understand the English language cil.
when spoken. A minority of the "I have accepted the views of
Committee, wtbile in agreement the majority, i
that universal adult suffrage "Paragraph 2 Conatladtien of
should be the ultimate goal, con- .OUnty Cotmecls. The Freaehtse'<
sldered that the existing basis on committeee were asked to consier
,whkh the tFranchise is Kranted the question of establishing County
should be reduced now by 50 per Councils in the Colony on the basi
cent. or adult suffrage, but without
"I have accepted the viwa of executive powers in the first n.
the majority save in respect of the stance. They have recommnenea
requirement that voters shall be that County Councils be estb.
required to show that they can un- lilshed for four MP the ext
derstand the Nngli.Lh language eight counties in Trinidad
when spoken. there should be two County -ou-
"Te proposalito he put before "ls to represent the re
*he proposal to he put before 'f"* ^... h,^ .. gyfil
the ColonlolrLegislature will there- ".four counts which "ir.*.
fore be universal adult suffragl IY populated and that therersa
for both men end women without also be a. county C;ouncil fo 1
a language qualification bsago, making a total ot asel
nuag qulictionC. county Councils for the Colony as
"Paragraplh it Munt4ltpl Osmn- a whole. These recommendaisa
ells. Voters' qualifications. A ma- have, vWith my approval, been no
jority of the Committee proposed capted and the Colonial Govrn.
the retention of existing Frianchise meant will now put forward
conditions subject to the suffrage scheme for giving practical ffet
being extended to every tenant to them in the light of the more
occupier and owner occupier of detailed recommendations of tbo
property irrespective of it as- committee under this headings
sessed rateable value but a minor- having regard In particular to tha
ity were of t*e opinion that the relationship of the proposed On
municipal franchise should he cila with the present eysto af
based o(n universal adult suffrage. district administration under War.
"I have accepted the views of dens, who are Government ffala
the majority, with the existing Wardens' CI
'Paragraph 1--%t. Mimlilpa ells and with the local road board
Councils. Qualifications for Coun- and health authorities.
cillors. A minority of the inmemn- "'Parlirotph 31 and I2M fsomim
hera of the Committee thought of Countv Counclla, The majority
that the qualifications should be of the Committee recommend tht
the mame nas for a voter. The ma- the practicability of vesting thee
Jorlty thought that min general the County Councils with eertain
existing property qualification executive functions as soon Ba eo.
should be reduced hut proposed perlence showed it to be advisable.
the abolition of the exlsltng legal should be actively boerneIa m i t
disqualification which bars minis I share the Governor'w f soympth
ter* of religion from qualifying with the view put forwareL that Un.
tern of religion from qualifying ls oe eeuiepwr c
for election a. Councillors. less& ntote xecutlve powers r*
"I* have accepted the recommen- lven to these Cneimls thred ro
iun"* rnvav be Impaired. AA=Idp
Ingly, the local Goverumeed
TCONTINuo FaOM PfTVO co.:, LIopss that County Couneil as
.,)on as thle' are wel eAtablisihed
a better idea where we are. It should he invited to submtt Mre
I will not be possible for any one posalis as to the nature and ir
country to lay down the law on of thie executive funetlons
this subject or try to take iron- might usefully ba onted
tiers or describe Instruments by them. At this *tao cam n
which those frontiers will be main- state that when the0 ."m 1
tained without further bloodshed, any euasonable au -
It is vain and it Is even unwise, end will be vary wea *
"Not only the once proud oer- aidered.
man army has been beaten back MARKIED ADVANON
on every front by every one of the
many nations with which they in- "The House will roegalnse *M
vited contact, but In their home- the decisions taken conetituto t
land of Germany tremendous marked radvanceon a br
events have occurred which must pople ofIthe ofoa with
shake to the foundations the con- agement of their affairs.
adMnce of the people and the suffcient experience lih be e
loyalty of the troops. gained of the result of the ew
"The highest personalities of the Franchlse In operation (which w
Owrman Rich are murdering one be studied with oloost Interist i
another or trying to, while the sympathy) consideration saJ
iven to any further steps In
avenging armies of the Allies are irection t o self boerm.sto
cls ingupon the doomed and ever-I may appear advisableU. l
narrowing circle of their power, "Th franchise Comm itte .,
We have never based ourselves elected so as to p t a
upon the strength of the enemy tions of. the qom rinunil and
but on the righteousness of our full measure Ili whieh ha"S bs
cause. However potent, may be possible to accept their mart I
these manifestations of Internal recommendation viewed In
disorder, decisive even as they may tion to the exhaustive
be one of these davs, it :s not In thorough manner in which
them that we should put our trust, carried out their enquiry, the man1
but in our own strong arm and the 'contentious problems they had to
Justice of our cause face and the far-reacdhing chaM.
"Let u go on then to battle. er"of tho changes proposed f.
ford In my submimlon the bee
on eveawry front thrust forward tribute that con be patl, tothe
every man who can be found to undoubted service which s. the
arm and equip our forces In bountil- t.dtinguished guidance of therp
ful supply; listen to no parleys chairman, lir Lennox O&Uilh
from the enemy' strive with our they have rendered tothe olaN
lMaInt Allie to intensify the con- -ehaern_ t th '__i_
lict. Bear with unflinching for- --
titude whatever evils, whatever HALF HOLDAT
blows we may receive; drive on
through, now that It reaches Its City schools sti1l in essulon,
fury with the some singleness of been granted a half should
purpose and inflexibility of resolve Friday. August 4 to attd
U we showed the world when we Inter-kchool sorts at the Qigotni
were alone.', Park Ovol. as

nst the law to keep a Cow ?

Perhaps not . but, why should you? It's
so much easier to hove nourishing, fresh-
tasting milk by keeping your pantry stocked
with Klim !

Mothers who wont to be sure of safe,
nourishing milk-.milk that is fresh-testing
-in4asist on Klim. They have learned how
thoroughly the purity and cleanliness of
Klim ore protected, how completely the
healthful nourishment is retained. They
place their confidence in Klim-the milk
for all the family-yes, for infant feeding

Klim is easy to use, and easy to keep-
without refrigeration. Try this healthful,
fresh-tasting milk . ask for KLIM today.

KLIM Is Pure, Scf, Milk, with

NotIing but the water removed.







talk Of Trinidad
II' iat gg, "uMMUMw 5a -
FPS, zXCZLI*4Y the Acung Governor "Ad MMHa. Wrhtto s-
"o~le~d by air Edward Cuniird "zd (aPt. -Hading Clark
e AD.C. attended a dinner and dance given y S5nef"-
v,) 3uchw at the Officers Club at Camp Ogden O Tueeday
!7=he U.S. Nay Band supplied the music ad a Very P teat
000nla was spent.
AM40g those In the Gencral's party wefe Rsat-Adul"a0. U.
4 and- Lieut. Jenkis, his AD.C.. ColoSarns, CebonelWin
ktotan. Commander and M rs.,W-ggett. I e ,Hlda Smith,."I"
ejkal, the justice and Mrs. aSIAI1 Meut.COwo
d mrs. Harril. Col lMarshall, Junior Commander Ms
-TA.. Miss Rchards, Colonel Seal-Coon, Commander Moroott.Bn-
dl Stokes-Roberts, and Lieut. iles, the General's side,

M S. A. B. WRIGHT, the wife of His (cellencY the Acting Oov-
ii.Or, was the guest-of-honour at a cOcktail party o Ivne bY
Mrs, James Cooke at their home last evening, at which Hits
1, aiithe lActave He governor was also present.
-()VMS in vited inluded Sir 'dward Cun" d. Capt. Harding Clark,
1Elliott, the sArchbishop of the West Indies, lar.Admir lo 0.oK
and eLmt.Jenkins; Brlgaiider-O'eneral 0. B. Sucher, and Lieut.
" lowCap a'd Mrs. Goodwin. Mr. KW Mrs. Willie Henderson,
lete Justice and Mrs. iackall, Comma nder and Mrs. lett
l i el and Mrs. Harrys, Mr, and Mrs Henri Muingot. Cor-
te and Mxr. Meade, Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald, Commander and
aeson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shanon, Capt. and Mrs. W., .
i u ,. tl..-Comm ander anKid Mrs. John Carpenter, Loeut.-Conm-
SLand4 Mrst, John Balmert. Dr. Noiran M"tclennan. Miss Wolfe.
Scin Matron of the Colonial Hospital; Mr. Randal, Miss
,Taylor. Dr. Pai.,C.olonel tyfret, Miss RobinsonMiss,
Miss Germaine pollonais, Miss Dora Ibber.n and Mr.
,RS. RAE ,JOHN.SON gave a small cocktal. party on Tuesday even-
lig as a farewell for her husband, who left for Canada yester-
d a an study leave, He will be away for nine months.
.AmongI those invited were Mr and Mrs, K. M. Simpson, Mr. and
Dt.rrel Jardine, Mr. Ted Cope. Mr. Ernie Laughlin, and Mr. D.
5S *
I Mmpertal Censorshi;p, who are going on leave to Rio de Janeiro,
wti tVend th, silver Jubilee celebrations of the Bandeirantes ol(rl
00des) of Brazil. whiAch opens on AugUSt 12.
J^*r .(COMMANDER and Mrs. Jnhn Carpenter chose the names
Ptmela Christine Mailde for their baby daughter who was
hiaatened nn board I-M.. Benbow by the Naval Chaplain, the Rev,
2ndrrn Brigga, RN., in S unday,
I MW gdprents were Mrs. Robert Mcoll, Mrs. K. B. Myers, and
UM -. P. T. Willianrs. RN, but as they are all in New Zealand Mrs.
F rl3. Phillips, the wife of Commodore Philulips, Mrs. Dona ld Lindsy
6iapt. Tudor stood proxy,
About 40 or 50 friends were invited afterwards by Lteit.-Com-
Msderand Mrs. Carpenter to Penbow to drink to the haby's health.
Th included Caps t Boult by, C commander and Mrs Wiggett,
and Mrs. Masterton, Major and Mrs. Alan Storey, Mr. and
B D. D. Alsh Miss lds,. Miss Elms' and Miss Zen Smith; Sur-
m -pLisut .Cm!innrlder ard Mrs. R. Hand, Lieut-Commander D.aysh,
A wilder and Mrs. Ti T,indav and Mis Betty Lindsay: and the
officers from H im '. Benibw.
1 I3M RANDOW. Bob oni'es,, (4eorgie laerch, Pete Bleacla andi Tlhora
B Thom a wil be Among tioe lakivng part in the entertainment
given at ,he Pnrtgiiutesie Aoctatior during their Disiw -wery
o nSatMurday rv'tlint,
R. and ,Rw RAT'AI. I. MAC('HtAIM) in were iii Corkwaas for a
few dsais, r ,turn'cd( oc 't"i'esa', acoinpanied h, their iocr
thildre, Who ,w i spnd 0hci t't iclidcys here.
MPfUtTC-L4O'Jrq at. r"r' (+, L o fthe R;d Ci'',m toert ti h,
vP Ac 01P te Pt' al Vi "? to [ cut~e comr',o, in PAr elf he
Pfto k iild f- 'he p1-i.,lr 5 + \a,
Th;t :'to ', i, i : ,:, fron i ;
and cc hinatinc tt .' "l" 1- ii n ,; twne, niinio5 and not only l, cIi
*K-me f--ti-, iil I-, hc i lh c i i a
good cuio
T HOSE n!-? t .... :,. te idge dl'rl to be held at
thP he Ie'rcvr t'tcb cc~eet. 'on Puday,
Alignn s' 'l4 .re i ;' i c i al'c,"8t pni. as Ilh- di.l(e ,v,' will
Prles willh ei i-drd-to h lady and gentirmaii havilg the
; i 1* i' Pnint lF1116 N ,ni-,''u T'i7 to to ecocpile scoring the lowest
0 _VlI.l Speisal prizes & ill be givem to the couple making 'lhe first
%1sa mi es MisD S. Sbhrewsbury. the president of the Y.W.C.A. here,
"41111 dixtrtlit4p 1l thl e nriam tothe winninat nlw lavers.,P


,@Md Ceetisul 'To a
SAnd 61y4- 4.4 end*.i
i nsong, laugh.,

randWumm rcaval-
cade of Broadway


Revise Your Eating Habits TODAY TODAY

And Help To Win The War,' Coi W at 4.45& .45 *dodk
It Is certainly wise to keep Ihea d of the .ths ma"nd Iih as
rapid aproach of ratomng ln! Tin.i dd may1ofr:1winbe wioe If us
revise our eatlg habits. 'o, perhaps t sooner we .art radisslag Ow
det thebetter. s we will not only help our country. bt wo W helr
oua fiPng ras well. ta y'- e 83 a
t tlnownl anyone's favourite an lef w. w ea b y
foo ais ys difcult to corn- must eat more.
memoe, because as we reduce our AcetMefl za~afiyr
food intake, no protesting youd c ep t ,t pwhen uy
ilet sympathy from our mindss, ha d" but "at n d ou

no ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ad reaot. "am P.. x.",yo icvr an Pnvrallet e I 7 -m^ ^T- 7
So to keep you from feeling sorry Imagine it isaome myugst o. | e-
for yourelfhen cutting down onl ter, l power d a t work. it l

le't, esrnatpower Satud. WOOL ust Is yea1IlillAM l fll R
your diet here are a few good yourself, nd when I
rules from a proferssional psycholo- a you feel you wa
Incidentally, let It be understood ever you do, do neotth j erl
that this article is not in-ended for food! Make It the r of.11
those who se already eating no- War savings certifica t o 410111
mal quantities, but for people who wtlon to sthe Red Crts rnvado

ira tl:n.as i u i~il'' !i ea-, a Paor rct a R v M i W nfed Crs JACKIBHCI - m
have got Into the habit of overeAt-
ing and want to correct it.T Appea ml.R o a nte
AduSt a reasonable diet plan to These ugestio. my not be s
begin with, and do not make drais- s te i g to your ar mp an IS
tic resolutions, as they are usually bu ihy are simple and serom 1-
all too quickly broken. and will have fewer complicationsp
all to qucklybrokn, ihen YOU are working onl your dws
Commence our meals by a first h problem. w-- n J. D.
course which includes somethPing
filling but non-fattening. such a's
f'uit,. ,sa.ad, or clear soup, G t netc..'e "e
as this will take that keen "e- dge' "I e 'i
off your appetite, alay stomach
pangs, and make your rationed
meal much more acceptable. P
Go in for simpler dishes, and, ofl a syS o
ourse, sm al helpi*n n, Mr Norman Hutton and Mr. V.
are truly patriotic ui wartime, and 't al are having a ge-together
rem em ber it, Is the extra.% list acid S ,ae T a .h e r s uildingslon
up, especially thesauces, gravies, Saturday August 26. from 7 pm. to
and sweeternings. mildnighit.
Form new association-4 n your Admilssion will be by ticke:s pay-~
mind with fattening fuodi. It YouU able in advance whichcan be ob
have beea thinking when "+Jl See{ laned from Mr. Hutton and A&.,
pastries, sweets, or gravee,, "'ow See Tai,
delicious." substitute such thoiugh:i Don Hernandes and his lash.
as, `I will surely hvp a (.ui-t5 lights Orchestra will supply the
figure." "trotiole v \ th fitting music and refreshments wiu be
clothes." "a pssib'.ic, o,f heart free.
disease, diabetes. Maid h-iih blood
W htn your lhost or,, c es o a1_ __lr
you to eat more. ge: J 1,C e7 ayII
sldfrall tuine'. r '(C he S idea1
that youl simply Julst (an I ttlse? Y.WC.A. bridge drive, zish hp'
that~~~~~ yo ipl ut u f .h"School.
You most certainlyran, eifIdCrossConcertRoyal o 4.30 EP IU E 8.30
you have a will of your owln, atiico Red Cross Concert, Royal Victoria
You can refuse polorely and firmly Institute. 8.30 p.m. =
as voni will realbi'. if 5111on
%uowmra ,, .,, Forthc" Starting TODAY--
sensible and earliest woman, your Forthcoming Events S i
dwet is Jurt as Impuortatt as. shall Di.covery dance at Trinidad Coun-t. SONG FESTIVAL_5 HIT. TUNFig
we say. uolr doe'r< nitiie, a try Club, Saturday, August 5. a .-
no resoniabe ler ,n ',:', '1 discoveryy dance Perseverance
to ure omh-f a l'hi ,,'d trl',L +-: Club, Saturday, August 5.
omte d hDoecovery dance at Portuguese
queteAs-soc'iatiun, Saturday, August 5
iWhen rediwinr crll i ', d, n o8, 30 pni.
let an I o il' 1i I l t; '?, o! Flappers' dance Portuguese Asso .
div7in. .wrry....i ita.1w N, ..n Sunday,, August 6.30 p.m.
are (-,rtain m +,u + f",' Iito midni-ght.
caution.as) I, 1'. Io Pidnrecital. by Miss Winifred. .JACKl

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Chen &an
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respectlvel, *
Saw were.i
I endeob'u- Or an CoTrrepuents
AteM nali A UEA, July l1.-lThe Ohou-
fgis trophy asd a beautiful array
pst n t ef prie were presented to the
e Buratt rWpeottve winners by Mr. A. J.
flyewire o0 uthven-Murrey. Oenermal Mana-
bWif and W of the Trinidad Leaseholds on
ittully to Lunday afternoon at a funtAion
re-erward, whlcll toolk place on the K.T.O
ed-ikepez Mreeation ground In the presence
the hots of a crowd of cricket fans.
Before t:ie -resentatir ea a crc-
6 in this k Ct ga% was played between
gave the AnWIes Oilfield C C.. 1944 cup-
us moment, winners and "The Rest."
han accu- Antilles batted first and conm-
Booftng a P11 101 runs, C. Button hitting
went y Ua! o 44 not out in a hurricane in-
Chen had nings including six sixes-four In
vr up. luccealive deliveries. W. Pierre hit
four siese in soaring 34 runs,.
ke while Eric Brow", captain of the
Skee dis-' team made 14 runs.
ed a pa'& !. Johutn, the Acme CC, all-
the back, rounder, captured two wicketv for
McMillan three runs, M. Chamroo two for
e stre, 11, Wilfred Thomas three for 22
nets. cd C. Z, Bain, one for three in
with ten seven overs.
l the col. eTh Rest" at the clope of play
eft-wlnger had reached b4 runs for the loss of
der across four wickets. E. Johun scoring 2Z
left Borde not out in an innings which in-
,hed the eluded three sixes and S. Samaroo
made 15, while the supwinners
Bates and skipper E. Brown captured two
made some Wickets tor one run and R. Robert,
ain# stoge one for 11. The match ended in
alg 'ataee a draw.
Ohen was a draw.
field fot 2t1 PRSENTATION
lols dow,'. At the termination of the game
corner kick the players and spectators assem-
all bumped bled In the pavilion where the
A Bord presentation took place. Mr
h"e5 .e. Murray was appointed chairman
ertain los. of the evenings function, after
play wth which Mr. Victor A. Sheppard.
the gamn assistant accountant of Kern
, r. Trinidad Oilfields and secretary of
riing raid the Ohouralal cup cricket coin-
ack. Bates, mittee proceeded to give a de.I
m1ln boot tati account of the season's
but due to activities.
got but a The individual prizes were as
E. Johun of Acme C.C. bat for
best batting average.
i" some 2. obun of Acme C.C. bat for
at- Burke beat bowlin average, and an-
Swith other for the most wickets taken
't "rom a the competition.
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tRex r. s ue only century In the competi-
he fourth ion.
S. Sooklal Samaroo of Cruse Oil-
Ipplauded fields 0.0. bat for highest iatthig
r stages, a "regate.
ant save. fre presentfling the prizes Mr
s Q.R.C' Mutrray heartily congratulas.ed It'.
ad netted Sheppard on his very excellent re-
Clarke port of the season's activities. He
then congratulated Antilles C.e
tammering The trophy was then presertot
a' citadel, to Mr. Eric Brown, the skipper of
ring some Antilles C.C.. by Mr. Murray.
S Clarke
derm, but .-
St. Joseph Boys' R.C. School
Phillips, will hold their annual athletic
cock. In- sport on the school ground today.
larke, 0. The meeting will be held under
and T% the management of the Rev. Fr
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4-1 In Leaguer

Colts To Play East St.. George Soccer

Shamruock In Opener Ends Before Time

Leaguer Todayi sA. ot-h
CURmIC Aug. 2 With the Score 2-0 In A es' favour, referee
Colts and m tk, hi Fred CUJM b*W of tfhe AMS-IMal fixture *t se l s
thin 6111te1S In 6 T..A. b Saturday, one of the games that started the Eut St. Owige Ameed-
league ta, witp all -o t aie
OM their a eet for tteI e 4 Lesw Cop toiti na-tg.
%o Uth1i1 1nd1t in Inanother of the openers A:l --- I
frumt theBstrad.. Stars diked out a 1-0 beating t .
ol i t&ein r pmne = atct Sheffe:d. at Tunapuna. IA
i&t week, playe idS tooda Vive minutes, alter the start. An-
and after bein tgwo d lad" m e centre forward rt, ton, victoria A nd
In the early stag, fM l ba k t he ets with a well placed shot At
Aaainst the m pint Ak that beat Oreeddge a&' the way en
Arm tear m d *to te fiw. and h t he eadShatf lBe amaie W I
4d a --'"w ADw One1A811
Shamflrock gave a pode account ome vet another goal.
of thmeglv. ot t g 1-- . B0rtWn and C. Lewis In t Ul m ll t1n
beating at there is att It back line were outstanding for LSr Yva W lesA l om
Mary's. i tswlrt while Bamard, Stanley; -.---8
Ma ar M a r w til rferse f iand Iley in Qthe Ansac' defence Trjdj Craoardl-t h*in. I
the th Mr. I Mur- howed form. S AN FERNANDO. Aug. 2-The
F e anAt, H Ier .lir-weretheteams: tleldict'Va.vici Brat clau
linemend m d4wI ANZAPG: Clifton. Bailey, At- &esAs ls
The 3.n w~lld wlly r Aftwe'l. Thomas. Baier, A d contat, ended In a one-all draw t
The following wlplayfo re. H s. A ar, trler tnrrPrk here ,yesterday aft-
Colts:-R. Merrt; D, HtDaade, Sankar H. Armour, Fritz, Springer ternoo, s A result of two earl
and Wilsonfis halegol.
J. Simmons; C. Tatt, N. v s IMPIiAL: Oreenidge, rown firstlg the fie without L. de
csptainl, N. W'-I: C. Dowies, B. Ww'X. F eott, Browne. SeC,,ie t Verteull. F. Turton and S. Lew a.
Tomp n, J. lHarding, s. Moore, Geor,, OG.rcl. TyreL. Brow B. Harding. Atwe'
Reeres C. We"p. pira.Alwel' Who "e on the @Ick li@,t the
Reserves C. Wee.. P. PeterMso 1M p. Cdjoe carrl-d the whis- "Saints'" forward line flid to I J
te while Mr. B. Browne and Mr d*lAy that anint of dash
1ECOND CLAss GAME I. Hall were the linesmen. -"h which they opened the seta-
Two second class matches will smon. but scored early in the ftrs-
be r.layed this afternoon. LONE GOAL VICTORY halt when Khailu, gettingr a good
New Woodlord will play prid. A lone roal won for All Stiri pass from carntre-half de Carris,
ence on the second eMm ground against the re-organised AheMel netted wlh a well-placed shot.
with Mr. A. V. Waddell u re.- at Tumaptuna. Victoria, at this MAage made
free, while Police and Malvern About 10 minutes after the -.art some dangerous raids. and sue- i
will clash on the now i ground. the crowd saw rTrro lsndu. i ceded in getting the equaliser.
Mr. L. Locke will referee the Stas' centre-forward, beat shef. when Boyce. at right wing, scored
Poice-oMalvern game which should fekl's goal.-kee with a weti- with a high shot which goal-
be a thriller as it feature f tile laced t. Shefile fought hard keeper Navaro failed to reach
two most colourful second class to obtain n l 'r, Ut at the After tntermi.on, both ade
teams, final blast of the whistle the fought hard to take the lead, but
New Woodford' team will be scores were Unchanged due to some brilliant goalkeep-
selected from 0. Williams, M Mr. H. Achlong carried th t ing displayed on both Sites, the
Sogren, C. Martin, Don Pierre, scores remained unchanged.
P. Alexander. E. Annisette (capt.o, CORINTHIANS HEI.D TO DRAW Mr. A Durity refereed thile match.!
Hugo Bernard. J. Brown. C Treating nior, thqn 290 football lollowIng were the teams:-
Barnes, V. Monderoy, N. Blake. A. fans at St. Joseph to a thril.- 8T B"NEDICT'S-Navaro: Paul UIT
Pinard and 0. Gibbons In white packed game of soccer, Corlnthians Plarrts; Maingot, de Carres,
shirts. and Springbox, both of that, dis-; L'aro; Smith, Davies, Hinds, tro
trict. played to a one-all deadlock Khailu. Pierre. Go
INTERMEDIATE TOMORROW on Saturday in the first round of' VICTORIA .edman: Taylor,
The rcllowingt wIl play for Colts the East 8t George AlA. games. Smith; Oordcn, Laudeen. Darvid;
Intermediate alairst Maple;-L. Corinthians opened the scor.l" Qiali,. All. Forater, Boyce. Carter.
Joseph; C. Hart (capt.). C. and at lemcn time the s-ore was
Weekes; g. Peterson, L. Morris, H 1-0 in their favour. CIT C I
Hunte: T. Mark, J. Bolden. P. Midway after the resumption. CITY LC UNILL Ro
Peterson, S. Liverpool, P. Moore. Bpringbox were awarded a penalty O T OFSPAIN
Reserve: z. Hackshaw and J. and the spot kick wa taken by PORT-OF-SPAIN
Williams. IS.tanfcrd Flores. their full-back,! -
Colts wll hold a meeting at St. I who made this the equaliser, .
Margaret's Schoolroom tonight. 1Second round of the East St. Appointment Of As-
scarting at 1.30 o'clock. Oeorge A.F.A. games will get un- Appointment f A
N.AF.L. GAME TODAY der way on Saturday with the sistant Engineers
Corinthisra All Stars fixtures
The fcllowlng will play for, holding the spotlight. Ai
I.iwellP against Cresent .V a| Imperial will journey to San .
SNorthern League fixture this Juan to oprose the powerful! l r
afternoon:-Mills; R. Charles. L. Strollers. while Remington and Applica ions are lnitid for the
Calar: Mcoapld. L.NWCooier, A prthe ndAza
Paul: McDonald, L. Williams, L. Dodgers will be up against tmndern:enttoned pos, n the en-
Clarke (eapt).: ,._ Cooper. A. Sprlngbox and Anzacs. gineertng staff of the Port-of-Spain
Slavery, V. Seymour, C. Marners, This afternoon Invaders will Co'poration: -
V. Duverney. oppose Hornets at TUnpura. 2nd Asaiant City Engineer
Reserves: L. Lewis, I. Manners. The following are the fixtures: PAsitginer
- Today-Invaders vs Hornets at Additio F sineer
Tuntapuna. The yearly salary attached to
Tobago Ace Arrives Saturday- Antics vs RemKton each of these Post.%is 51,920-$240-
at Tacarigua; Imperial vs Strollers 2880 Withe travelling allowance.34
For 40-MN le W alk at san Juan: Sheffield vs Hortersof'$,80oa yar attached towthe for-
For 40 m at Tunapuna; Crinlthlans llmr post d one of $360 attached
Theojhh eo S .tars at St. Joaeph: ldgem vs to the latter.
walker of Tobago Arrived on" u Sprlrgboa M Arittia; 1V*def- TeO" 'PMionable Under P
to represent the Isla. ward the bys,___ the provisions f the unip
40mie hmponbi al,,hihthe provisions of the Municiplm
40-mol e hamptonahlp Walk. which ,e ,.,,, irn T .t ,SW Corporation (Pensionsl ) Ord1nance, NO,
comes off on Sunday, August 6. COMMI'REE TO MEETiNo.
Nleholaa will be the guet of Mr The meeting of the Bonanza nd subject to the usual conditions
Bertram Dufont. while Phil H., Cricket Committee which was a to leave, etc, as prescribed br-
who Is due to arrive tomorrow, will called for Friday, June 28, will be the Port-of-Spain COrpoTation Ord
reside at some relatives int the continued tomorrow at the Queen's finance ande regulations made
city. Park Oval at 5 p.m. thereunder.
A late entrant to arrive Will be Iiiiut~lit~nn~tlhuI~~l~llilr Preference will be given tn snak-'
Reggie Williams of Grenada, who I gig these appo'.tments to n'l No.
has done good time at practice in S wR 5%I. ith previous experience in Water
his homeland, and is determinedF a L And ISwerage works practice.
that his country must share In the ----
the honours. VER OS Application Stating age, qualfi-
------- ---- ALMOST VRY HOUSE ,cations and experience. nd accoin-
AND EVERT LOT OF LAND panled by recent testimonials, mt -t
Van de rbgh Games reach the underligned at the Town
I uar m s Port-of-pain no- later than No. 4
nTo Start ugust 6 S Fer aalt. 3 p. m. on Tuesday 22nd August,
To Start August 6 a FARRELL,
Trinidad Guardian Correepwndent (Sgd ) Cedric Espinet, Town Clerk. No.
LA BREA, Aug. 2--Vandeburgh -14 HIGH SfERET. T l.
OCup cricket Competition will get 'PHONE 41 Town Hall.
underway on August C, It, was P" asPort-of-Jpaln.
discloed rently. ,HI uIIIHIHIHIIIllIIIIIHIHmll 28th July, It
Already, l10 clubs have signified --
their intention of partleipatine In -o.
the 1944 tourney. They are: An- N 0.
tiles OtIfields C.C., cruse 01-T
fields C. C,, 8020, Brlghton, The World's News Seen Through
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Sporting Club, Acme C.C. Mr. An Interntional Daily Newuspaler
Kokeram's XT Of FWot Re erv]'[ TE -flt. SCIE-'( h PUB.iSlIN SOCIETY
and Everton C.C.i Pybitd
The competitions Gol(e, Norway Street, Boton, Masschumstts
cricketers In the ountles of I Truthf.l-Constructive-Unbiaed-Fre from Se iteiooal.
Victoria and St. Patrick" a was sm -ditorials Are Timely sad Instnctve and hIs Daily
done In former yeras. Festuran, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make
-- ---------- ithe Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home.
Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.00 a Month.
A ARIMA BOROUGH[P,,,20Y,,.o, ., ,,
A IA BOROU G Saturday Issue, including Magazine Section, $2.60 a Year.
COUNCI Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday Issues 25 Cents,.
S Obtainable by order at:-
for the supply and spotting of 2" 31 FREDERICK 8TRBET
and 1' blue lImestone metal, andl
i" and i" blue limetone sittings Port-of-Bpaln, Trinidd. ,
for repairing Mt. Pleasant, Prince,
Oocorlte and certal other treetl
In the Borough of Arlna. 11. I
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per cubic yard of each of the above
Sizes of metal and sifting$ respec-
3. Tenders In sealed envelopes
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must readh the Town Hall, Arlma,
not later than the 10th of Augurst,
4. The Council does not bind It-
self to accept the lowest or any
Salamat Ali,
Sth July, 194. Town Clerk.

Municipal Elections Ordinance, Ch. 39, No. 12
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TIM feiowigag per- --. ^ memto fee ...M at -m elsectem t --e
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t-elft day af August, 114 a h fI ele th
tqmkimems at Seethes 55. m~Srtmtt 4,e the iMuMlelge SHea-
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Itva diffesatt... It's plieant ... It'-saed
skm .det fisetwt, because it mntel..
an erolusive new deodorant.
Se0l refreshd and laxeld alter your
a Buseumd l^.assued

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Petal-o. Finish
last ith's conime true-the softese,
a motka, the de.twen of a
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der the dtstingi.i bed pa
nag. of H. thoe Ac.itn
vernor. Honbie A. B. Wright

and Mrs. Wright
at the]

oyal Victoria Institute,
at 8.45 p.m.

Lyric Tentm.
eat Artste---P 0 WRIGHT

iAmission: $2.00, $1.00
Ratings at Stephens, Lid.


issession Immediately




East end of Pork Street

'PHONf f537
After 4 p.m. Ring 6686.


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| St. Cecilia Musie and Cultural Club
A P!- in .T,o Acts, written, produced & Directed by
0 iol Music: aond Orchestrations by
IPrices A 7346^ie~c~c

Under the pmtrmage o HIs Worsnhip the Mayor .
Part-4f-8patns-Mr. H. 0. D. WOODING

Asthma Muct

First Day for
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DIOXOOG&N will be found most effcinmt
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BSPUR gSKS" SS.% picroR! 5.* R.* Tea-l~l of~rlw 3avaafl 0 Twoar lGdts.fw" Air I9f4Rt o' f ANy EAR5 (Mt Ernect who__ ___
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M.. .... -A 1 .B... __ t. in CIty. II ,I . usnoou, I '^ rracol, a S i a It We t- ^ -vs ..- '- We think of yon ostle, aed will the
S afITR' AIIYAY Alan zu AWARI that thera is C m.Iwtlt pp tlas4 y~4p lll m 5 4y so 5 a"lodo.--Aua. I"
II J '_tif 651615.-- 3~A '- a m..atemal irodu+ a. thi merhet ,Phoe 520. Ap+,y Dee A.lm. "Guar., FULLY. vUPsUEO _uamDuye. ANNOUNCEIf. d7SJ --end. st
i'. . l wt W U eeoklng? It 1 bithl diAo."-AU. i Cscd, aRD INieA"or large fralmly or ws"I. I ..... ito.in. e u, -"
IIE T.._ D.. R .ionI.APM . mnw iM (10 or blowIllg sitaci, chopa, I' 00 REWARD for an Unfirnlmhdl Ham ;,house. 'Pnone 4335 or 5413.-Aug. a. -.--- ----- lOiPEDLS.-+ -i ever lovtng memor.'
r.Wln0 r.AMr, m ree. |AnW 3 I a eolortnl f i. is d toclllt. A t 'Phone 43.- BItEAUTZFiL HOME. BIcliy futle, d O. T LOS. .. of our beloed1 Danny. who aodprptd thi
iela. W re. iu ud'r.t '.. c SS im d muSeS. Igllgt your frnlBdl ; 0on0 minl. outside city l all., with twS- UtI IROWH WAPWA lET B.twl a ,fl i. I ,0 n O Agusit 3, 1Ul-94-ag mmonth.. i
OafKi" -u E.. hil eti p enl w rtor aid o *he oppear- % REWARD FOR ProIWKBON of car gsrvge. To reot for 3 month or more. p ia asd t.lihtUag oo. voutainios m ltsOI I' m ,nr. y.ar. have paumed, our heart.
L O --- N A. ommIO B at-eAi,* y Iin x sI t of your t(a ortitl dam b it II obt ain- Lar ge H ou ce In 'Ieln ity of port.(-o f- p ln. iT elep tuon ,cctrlic li gtl cad *II aodar p ap alt. gw al itcXem. o nl A .l a,3. ;- ..4,f. *-i. l aorl.
rwqabetAB mfmr.el.a had l ,g .ttil5- aW b f 11 m a llothe ile roadit grr O end i S I mi hly n O *ht. Bn ply R *uardtlaon nonveniences Ownar leaving Colony th lenlum alt l oem raaOBl>aoy rewtidKo. u t+l~n A. tltme gome Ont: w ml you more.
|lW to, ate- Street0 -Aeg* *"'0 81 enoetomlml too Try a bouttl of . A-tW --u. t. wSrk' Apply Bo *-1OO *,o u*OuY>ii> 6051. -Aug .. 1 ,11 a lr "*'" wM *
j to l -XCotu rUnt..---Ait p I. re-.-AilliiiLY or ColoL Onis, sllL pr- I Aut. E. ha ty oe.l g.; A BolnllO. teretal, Bme.k W n day. d c
I *D)AT WOA feernl the -lln5n airt by Angolurc ...... .. .. .. .. A RALDten COMnORTAL HOMB boy, Mo lef. IOB*n "oe u **r Oh. DBny dear, we l0oI for you.
hoig boomewali I sest (I lit 01I u U l l near tila Hatanoab. furnishd with every HIward Glue. ha De Verimult -treet..-I l_ ove sod mere mo ld death prevent,
-- S g 5. io*~.1 f Snuew 3. a. 3. BIIgrt & Sons, MERCHA*nDiS -Aug- 9 ,,,i,(rtti ih.~>t~~da. STRAYCO Vlmtl .uil bfe.ale la t few. nor.cuddahpe i
'a tonvenn. e. -Ft.... Ii-AlfIa l l /-I I1 laI l rnt for B monlbI from merly AU1 9. T hliy deyl on Earth would mlifl be lsDnt.
mJJnL 4 Ttt-a iht, N B ERVICE HAIR DREBINIGM I L --- ALerternbmc. iPleas Phone 143. -Aut. .. kRAYKD; Wblht (ox Terrier 31 A little flower lent not given
ATE!)--. i. I ..S--I for Hslod 541l-.-i. i LADY'S l " Bh an, elwsrt omfri. Auo To bloom on earth but igrow In heaven.
&l o ol= 0112ill1 t VIN rio- m It+_ *.tlWinPom.y ItFUNM (uiJ OLYCPRINK, cheiienlly psre. In w,.l,.i ipi fCTA T MMII I .E LADY'S HANDBAQ Rtdi On rllrn
ca tS o ma._e 0. 0 myI e l W rM TA U t. irp o dr lT.e >il ln lTM A iPma" AP- WgAL DofI aeo b A Wa l of Queen.. Paik eav.anali., coI.-
es IthI eagrleic w +t.,either. Mel~iheldlle or llrcil illl n ply.rtmennlCt AS, Ag. 4 tamnglr Ol AIuy 0010ui lmpue a nio+ elept vcar.Iub"
kkhwe.K ~ 5 f neqip.tt.efet nerse hem the wori NAr. Mepeif anot A toSMug.se*. ir.= i

k ederS -^mJS -eSaumtl.I'1m.p"?y to-";," ONE ShEER PPRTRIYDFTE HOUSES POD SALEi k---- ltuer tease .ring 6.h. Rewsrd.^^
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Ilftt ld '%+ ^ 'ig^^srs%_".". ,WSN s oS *fis worl ....r...i O..... o HYDRO#+',. n, r .T., . .
wit sepia. r" arSe. workt undeLrtaken ,0A DELC+O 1,1ST Pt.ANT. T. I w.. StXlrert, 14 C t.ritl ou,+l-l .... 3 De ar-" -- +,m n
ieiij'.I b *rr .~ ChA AUE. S.- iPhrso rVtone MB 0 g.-A-ug.1'. -t IP"-- taou-A 1 IOU GBeatrt, atrpinr t Ana A veue MODren ET MUSIC, Noom$ .No nTlN lNT r-S
1EtltJ XVANT (Plrlour). 5l CONTACT U6iVARAs fotr CoIlerinK fion Roa 1'-Augr-. A Tt T E I. 3 i g 421Til, Bu t,-Au. i1 B.iooareA' A el. OllgRaUt elrngadgre. 2 lom naie
-Aug. 5c--AUlt h. SCudtm l, aUy nI. SB g o ollpaBt or. MrpTr,,y, MOT"O..2.CA V T 3 t .AE 5 3 4ALLU!.4 4 TREET, hu a Au Kelly ;1iie 1 ullr t.;A.u 2l ot l. Se ioas O-AuB. tr. 2 U
D-.-P'OR T MIAROOLD Mi ftoMrag *4 a Lon c Gneal Co.mla- E'd'ward treet".M,'Au. " 24r 2tll + 'Knny Ltrew', 1B9 TrET, 0cn R Id. Apply. ii ,elieu Rod.e SA ml -- --St.-Au 1-*. t w -
i; +,41 ME nlrqulrd. TePleplhone ao.. Aget. 7 Broeway. 'hron. 4091.- Is MMONl -.net rqien r..tw Ata. Ap py e n ..le' .--AUg. 26 Road p tpl r r St J sn-- om pAn. Wac i. so"kao d mA wtI?
a aJwl0A ns e L II e I .R M OILt.-C Queen ....re o -at. Au. A.1.Wi.e,.......... 4Contact.yLAter T s S1Ft
IElATa 2 MAID .*DlC Wn....efedma -. 3 o, ra^ tn.rw ^ Ri d .t Aro3Ca Ai.S; Vin the 0 ANTED TO MAENT
w;a shingCa preein. T leto. L td._ r OuN Archht+eit a.id Bu.ld. 5" st-ore. 1250 dell;ery "+ a oi vhr '. "l "" Keurpi.flnC l,;i Qee I3.00 P1tSreet e Mctp .ts ..Jee WAN EDaurAca Street, | r
CeOi.Apply I irS me.. lcd Art i eebs.. with .-, to 4, yeats o C-.... -, '2..- Aug.." ...a$L
hve. Casc De.- Ol[. PeYI illleleac In Ollhieltta KI-(elsia+IIltl. and U#K'IJ~I. Itntnedlate tetlierl. 2 V' .-I"JlP, AUC S PEaRSONAL NOTICIa hedrOOnm. tn or near C ty. Reward offered
^ ^ ---S :S ------ IBM^^.;:^ ^ ^ ^ ^ b'^ T^..p .1.. on I ^X OO$ Apl I cr

_Nt S ot EANr' Me r O R2 K Iow W 1.'?- 'ou n em enot c n ernsI W e* also c iit r t i 2 12. l ny ala. rqut irel, .. + q ;. l .'. ... sT R Ti .. .. gu a r t u ll or y oo e tt .I D +r?. ' c .n.. .
Jmuolos., reporter -"' l ~with SA +nd h~ rodSt, brdlema. etc. Ceabf on lC. SelarafMre I i ii, 3l Cntarlite Sreel.itc' Phone 6.5.34 be..e.. -. ... ... a m Tuo P~L IC aer ebyuc nt~fieerl d thatec a.nd Year'srnt, li dvnepicr .a-t itabOlre
$awbi elissgposageStdp.brit fr lt dadO GuJ3 Ntigrd'an 6 J.."-Ausii~s 10.ft

' T-,id. Gus" iao U. -Augl.a.A u We WILL. iOAD & iTl.A-ofe et'ed I AA ""-EI. Eo a sf ,W-- .oE,. T8~. .... thn t ,Of S h oe myuoan Cyril rt.eosol 1 f r ROOM- a nD 19ADV.,19. n
j lafo edui..tise end --p.cf+.n~. U te"- News IMPORTERSI PL.EASE NOtE oulr F~orelgo Weirog Ap-,Arel. t al illd 1,1,. l ~~Ig Ci l *t~l," itpcV+ilr"O "o'vt-e'--.-'"JuV y 21o that do'' ... .... h.or d mysetl f roetaon h hllnm ..' HOARDIL AND LODGING. iltOpeaTI,
REIP._ WAN ED: l I=, !de I = A IsesIt d ct now Book k nour orlee rm fi:r Ira-' M.s,. o 4's-a . "l yU,,"aeo, ,. t-im I. FYEi-.I1 Aa tsVTw lf i nwwly- ny .. eb. d.bt c ac .e b na T- i lob e s hr
in~lnb*, Trop= *it gar ms Co. Gotedeo n, ... .dlive r tIn Cro.. n .Cu rse*l1. lnp fsour 1 1,. ,II' a... t I i B .un '..f,! & *.Tehate sod Saoddle 11.o $Leo kIL CHnVAIE hilt t earh looepy tL Apply Iuc l-eacha-
ijoad. P~irco-_Aug. .iram or +to CI'i ctl 'larta on Fri Iehilk Itreet, titn M ayrI"'A AOplt4 tMurray
ENCE(' POIII 44 luth 1,]v lPhoi (I.,e tal. 2, to n the~y August 101, lilt fli 1 :'1,o $0 car garage 2ervanl8' quarters. etc. a,", ORTA'T ANNOUNCEME'a. Forg CU yoNESS ANNOUNCEMENT
ebd eubArbe y P.ods. +Phl.- Mar.--AU11. 4 ,O P~t c-a-leas re itsn uuacn btry ter l ave .TERA CIA DIK
a ROO. Appiy, J K. ( upe 7.1^ eompn ti rn Mqur i SALe E Por-- in AMil ul P A ii Flth BtrIet Baraterian IVIDn eI u MnOed 8 awi pot sI an ernagtdo wOio P"rlours. arl. Chiti. Reetaurant.,
f l m r n r i "I N" ~ w lh3 " o' a" . . . . t h1 t1 T i ~ n "d" I o u n t I to l IA L K i K W 1 1 0 V oi l t 0 ; ( e d r o o, 1 1, er r v en t l r o o m a n 5 i i i i I I' U" P e d I s t h l p u o ic * I f o m H lo t e" e r e i r l* hb y no t l B ld tlhl t h e y
lu-il l eunpdt' roeentp uioi o otl et are heb n i th
n e a- --!IS. eliihtsd relmehas fo WAyear.. Attractive Monday ti-e uI.it July', 1ig 'TbS Polt-i wIll be Meo ie sbo e to gr t their order
R i n nreet Au -n the fir't ccck ,,V Aueusi* 11, Au"g I hued. rew ar+t.aurt brih plabth plin in Hiarlinin Ring 54112, -Aui a S a-lane Luary service. 49 Point-i- filled for the ihne prodlicft through D@
COOK N A ht\S |?0 < ] mHOR PAINTI'"i lhuii pained sn sid rinIs, i"'l Igntlion oll and i brekerC, T O rHATTC.[ 'HOUtSFA at 44 Eel. Plerra Rosa Icorner Polnt-a-Plterra Kad Lux Bteverxc Co, ot 32 Duncan Street,
cm meudatt!n, 'Phone 4.501 Au 4 hal reil ilretr Gni'!h'< .0 Hei!ry 8reeet. msmTblv N-'. aprre pane. For uatil. irAia yirei,, citl Monthly rental: 2. and Chacon etreal i, San '.rnr uo. Piesac Telephone 5711.. or 0. Bimiaroo, maD
R I- f.- -- AC OO .A'lar a tI0 ils ap' o lia P ree. Chcacha- .n .h.$. .6 t.... j 'pOne h R ead Ou Iye olnte-a-tPlerr, 32. Yarnpdo. TYeephone 169,i.-Spt S.
im-- 40-m.L a" prE~ o it ihnrach HOUIn 'tn'e ,,OR RENTL.4b *uMae.nwsv- o l.tl

treetAu' . ( I srpf''p t .'iP T i car. Uontot. O I- "/TA L DWELI.iNG HOUl Depot, San Fernando. 144-2 rlfig.-Au. -i-. -P
si.it fmr adle;Tl., an OiiA l0lATO ren io nsory | UITAR tATI bPIIONFPe Na.Io. t Bl 1%at dtoiaFRh3 berroomeb I AND.- n l ov inCBEoviRT
ITION WANTEOD i't.-A Sr w i 'n, -..t bi, StOret. amn lrnaru ug 1AN D.. '1ank Ru-d. arctg iHE PUBLIC hereby ootl thl .tI, WARb Or COBhLE Rt D Vilgnnt
f r+ $ I AllY i"tE 14 | IuiIk { 1 O*A'.Y t -IlOli:f ttht J;clk HO''I. lHo I yI i. .. lie Stn.'. i BI)V'I ... ... li. .... Ihw .oad view *ni no longer ceapu ible tot ty wife. original reicmrn nded Oven-Stove Re.
DEW1AL MECHAIIA I <"ealrel pueill.n .,, ,a Tw..-T,,nee HX0 paIrs tl I' .elst pt-am a cuovcrtlll,, chrotra iuBt,- bid.",p -,h, n )l, Mtl Kiux 'Phonte 22 -. .aymUl ltltha k.vclyn, nor do not ioid plrer. I4 BiSlIon Street. -Sepl. 2.
I--+I. Cit . S Petro .' I A 14 . tirilh e 0 Hi ir a uiar.disoi,, -Aug C ll atRIr'IK ul '* SUITA tLE POiTION wth tl.. ilrl. Bl Sro aInclal fini .xperert.. at.u Pn llSl,. >igov Mr n A t.,'p.,r IroAm AUt lsirect- -AURD 4. rMo' er. n it Ai W n 3 r Indhi3re Vte HNb o. J Vu LYN, 1 4 t CoAeSe BtrEMeh e t plnod.d lotliity, At
tr Cion.mer. (Le.l, w .... r,,t r i I. ,?.-Au Au II .MO'AT El n CTRIC STOVE. 4 Prbc- ii. 6* Au g. . ,oasiero Matn Road. "o' *"Int Parry tret. .iet ,ct V
.Com Arply Bu, A-;.. '",u.rtdan .______________ tially n .a .... ... g yw a I'N dG-RyO.M i 'cycAI le e i l p u ln tiickOti TIES FOR SAL tALaI 'l'Wlh PkBIC Is hereby motlOfed that J Aug. 10B.
|jfOi nm M [nwinE WHITK. nhiirlv CHIROPRACTIC *etsH 1dyl IAI l Bcycli (I,,oi cundlton, rn r.-, .. --P~l~ u I. >m uo leo~er relpoialbll (or my wits, ---
I ._ IB I i ,il't.T.C. P+f'"TA ) I O1. W PHWT.CJLA I* Appy H. PP. oaigh *Phons 4372 AUl 12 HO1401 AND LAND. Ia co rer ri.ilt- beryl Kuley, end 1 do not hold apalll HOU. FO IALE
I B A *,1 BL f TWO WATER TANKS (I.200 and yrt worth Strtet snd loaiwy.withI al l ro- i e nhe r as, debt or dalB. san .FOR SAU OR RENT, 1*1 m,
+ iWI' ,_. ,u "_ .._ W k M ik I L "K T E 1 im 2 3M- I a- C a-c .wes. Aply:ol--- Tor larg fam iy t ea k.r. l. vit k)l. AoMfg v in Igroh .
TsW GR ee ImAtiSmnFH V w for. asttLs-.e Cu, i1 U BODa PIANOf (lermnis e HRObRo T. 'Po na 48 or III.iAu-. .-NtA - o ver vngitet. py M
1. W0 t O---ino. O -"-Ag reots wewt IlefCa lful iewsim Vwy ogood eoodltlcu Apply Jiammul. Por-1f-l.pBalU. OBIFfO m Wl'W1 to C.. l. TMK PUBLIC Io hereby lBlDd that -..-.-.----~--at---
A"i t o rur jtie IReurdt.4).-Au aIct You r ntdo----Aul 15. fowesr. *D Mo orei Aetyli. it. Anna i-Au.t i no lon r repunible for any det l or iieu IU gtII iIIII1UIUISUm t
D il JS ePH PqEt r oltKstlRA. DR. LAma oaf HMAI.. KH I t I OME 1NCIBA- 2A 4 dets .o btrat ln m tn T r y rBrsoy md Py w tare, Jamrndn i n hat
11,, ,n,+--* Yank!, 11 rnr It ri e e ~l tcplpnlt ft WBlC..J-KKPT DI.NING ROOM UlTr r'f re"ti"ell, Wotir lnIi BfecB. Be~ooloo. rot~cat(ro.on Ju|ly 28. )M14. XiW f l- Nt l
Mr*W 'a Cilitelein. gue t MeCt* M smb e m Waxed Cyp. comprlylog 8ilteh"ard, 2 Can 14,'y *.lc on eruglein n C0 Portio-- ASGARALI MOHAMMED, iA iAIA* A IN I" u i
Oo lUP otd.ril A -WtI(n-w>e I ndM a leltropr atlu A enofaUo i. calblnets, Dining Ta ite ant CailreK i-.-. A -. 22. -Au g. S U.e. A rE dark AGAIN I
Mo A WOVDY Ol'CKi. MX -wIek I R esOld.-Aua. Phtae rBt by r ip>,nltnutn AMII. It I SMaAuI. iO LARUA PROPERTIto. T. Ptl. IC hrby otlled a.
Rr e II nin c Av e-Aug ~___ ONI ICE iBX, I Nir 2ARiE l. 0 Bar 1An .i.,atL pLY .ny t1o l ie OU Rbnol.a h i s no un ler re Bypon spe tfor lany d Ibt o rh.at b ea tulod Tforw OMe
LEriHORNs IRE NET .N'. l+ .l. CHIROPODY ReeI l 'bIoHI D.S.4G. Ai it -. o t, r'c.40l'nbri Sytorelmet. l y.l-Aug.9 T d coeltractvin by my wife, Jul. p T"rOPKAL wo llld o U e n ot
pIo+RT Street.oI + id 4 Odnl IMwI IHLANM

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a.ET C s fOe trt o tAl -- 'Phon er10le7t. Phone7 43.- llev& tV r PYCa i here ntTerer UA ltl frao r le n itnotgiSen
EVERL OCX FO IA ifTP u SItA fot smeourl D t ritat esM ii rceLF 1N 7n lOoor A.enoBStF h. ist athry .5 lo. 3 s od U I nh ineToI ner t" eAMA agrone n
-w itAata wot l' a reA, Mra. |m.medtuti Aborionsts C`ectl.00o O.- TO hCliLArn Sd S IF mH.4Dln
.gvthco- I hereb not led iy, ns,.ecl. s tew d oItwu
FOOTbo able oAstake m ino A P'OUL ROA DS FouR SAcU La A DYg. HA1. 3BMorosen ilc

lftSI^Heied. f'tvituwells4eigh.er A1= s 0 ipd FACS M.e 5.1 iCY Po :i C Y -dbi nei.lsitin room., high eera t- l-
_o -A ugT e th a* .A.HugingGC oihoa 4U RodrgueL -Au iblel or any debt' O deba contracted FO
'S &I Wg o18111111 1N P mprtntexeptRA Cien P t e403mo h0l fe'SIC bNO homeL PnT MT a'nh, AI y
ouAugr do". aspe gti, Dt i fo 21nd 2 m'i p. EleCtr-c aAnov Itnglt under toe ci andI pro-4 of .. 2 sa 3 e A
RENT--Alan 15. ci-ttROPOD Iwo l.IptI ElI JACr.ITork eth Ju: n b liAhts, water, etc. NmmedVIate 11, hvitgteeh14Chome since MaDcV,
H 4I 6nichatt kt Phn $04, -Aug, 1 X Pa- Nw iryo n. aPu. 'P EsAus e rHl i Aneol l t a N Jus 1 Bk-AUg ERT RUAvne GOreA LN MN r ort-ef-SpalI & Sa m I F
1at *ALi Oe tATO reld CTAT Ul A for Clearin g Trom. JO N T- RN u Itg 25 yotre e, PLtOI7'l, adI 22 Vic NOAD. --MASiga D. Caren -0e.
TC i TOR ZAL OLD Vitalw A Sre A. ug .22 ,GLU SRPl iEne 64T.1 Po *tIaion+--AUg . Illl r elym
requirtedU. TOY eRRI eR h P nes s. h r Mint. Aet8cwt y.s Ih nea4y 9 A.1 U TTR AtNAMi'ES.e r Bi;. M altiess es. iKe i o0 ACRTSr U R oad. ApplyAN-D Bx -_ - BOX -_4. -_ -r-i--

SitiTe GtSfu a g IoPBOM .i..E. dR otCSr TrtRE ettlgIOrt r. aw RUINkIR -ATION MECHANICS wanted. FO S L
*H~Ieif 1 P N 40 L e tf. _i__.IEtate., P041.1 WaO'rud et CI.i uIe.rue Only me with experi ence need a A pl y,
1. 101Wia'ng -'- -l-A-a-rari twt y oi r NiareM st.- u. 2f3 dryeot urnl. at t n 1031- l / an" iUaSpibn"o .'- fgF.. iRA
$ TA NA r ras-Aas.mIllet.C .AtN O FREAIRS boa resdeoc, bracka at iO p-feet n ClAU EUR W STh CREDENTIAL.,)
T ATB g from-e AIremlusie r. --hon-------- RKAO DIOS RFAI T.O CI OtOiUB s,2. Qi0ttk- itLKun I A. *mllee from raliWty Tasqute s SotQuyA. e.o o Iionu n g iN I.
:"'.07 2,g'. d Otto.i streetw o nuocLA Euring SSI

washing AM sann.-ul-e tr.5. eieyayhrt uCri1 dr g h SeetaWANTED: AN E fa'Eat, NCED COOK.
5270u ..-AugaRsTA r S an FODS rf Po neT.R i ItFrase .At1 o .een te 2 Re 5 mil t Apply 8 Pt-adA Mlre .t, t. C r J-Ai g. F O. B Rtte SnT
5erilKiE RDC Woi i frI radIsEDDAR YtIL K. 1Je IAB u'a IO t BN. o, .AUS1o-re tobem e atublS ItARDOY GARENER WANTE. TOon.
etheA. Apply lyaFiaprst, n Marte r.utt"ontinentle Milk bar fl Parlk pairer enL0vWn-Mekar 1t2 MAIftoEn MorlL Frederick Striet. P rl-Ot-arIa-Au I- '.t Ale Goi g C on-
I aN S S .pl Roard Ce ul0. -AuS Oi c lelS at l n d POlf-pl PhAoIm e diate 1 Aug 2%ap2tl 11" Au iD ANA. A roa stay, ALnderaon RoLNd, V it ntO Avenue, a A-Y
mSoR Y A. 3l ST AUTON 1u~o t d dRd '*1,-5f A5 ,I3,.'M o*g.+ IA LET EXPERT Ut1<, PfW 0.t youor A 7 S2t. Vln cent streE, .t .nando (al --A.ug. E. cern. Central Locoti, n.
'uch eiwtsu (xtsded AIP ne i (irabd ,TRw an WO-1 &UiAtA S i ReidL n. ob cen or ho BhIondld fyurnture Lng expe, rt. nAl t '. fo WANT.D: AN .XPR I uNCED COOiabl
AI.o Ra. I TI otno Milk ,.. I -elmon,. Pho-e B--Ag.- na. Work gu.rant.ee. Mod.er.t prnic .. .11L I SI.,TS .at ara main Onlytt t *mewth tio ,o kn..itoui l, W rite immedotoey .to
AadT tilenbre lbch td. 1 7 9-s ,,g 4 Nr. d..ii ur. CaoshttML. A ,.tt... Freehold. a1ok n on need a- tp r O*olnl tret. r ll. .
bOtIynApt p4.I.nNO ON,"itin 1! g Ai5 ISt r uA.... longrA--R dmkttgi cllng Pri ierte .. n. Henry .Stree. Apply -Aug I o A-.R1 / 5"Tr c Tnid .
a lisereporte at l a TRP ICdAIe RaTrAf or Cnsu Ipt'. 130 Conlo tt Dutreet.e --Au-. I, A, 1s no p r oie Sdl."- 1B.
W. pm alit ttic ls I.( 2le iro Vinee STReet. I Rp~EdPtAN 9 35 I 2011 RADIO AN't E+LECTRIC AL RF A-0I' tlt~t Ct'-t B~ldan"-UILDN UITE ai, OIIN W NE
and P .....P Ir R i P AIRS. w dpnWint of 1P.oPe ant i able A; I PetiEt Vuals y, evrasa illse to AC. C I O UTNT S K iS ,eoi, anddaIr Guolf d 10.
a"T t .hS ldC a-hdala.- Lesee andP R NE Er. Two ou Speciasol arrAet angnow ts fo inoothly crt di- U sdto Dyna.molend Mao Repaire t'n 1e Cr A RE I. NVITa Drfo-Au. lr. tunydebtor dr Bbo scontrctd l snAu. .4 OA R
oicO tmdrtal We d v cater 0Crfo Pat i o asr. a Beutful hrlo eIndDo. 1
1EP- Isun reLo1ty.11r.Crepe-Au. 3IrA POSTSrSSON. Mt Catetde TUITION Mut' T el.y
I3"d. t-t .1.1. Vvr cenryo--- -onstructed- at ..... at, an T o . .l. tW:%e amr trAin tArmlnu), n S add le Roa d L 2 I t B WOOD-5 l- aove HSolydAn sl od
ll,'utI . E be'derma. tct Good gt-osndl. Ect eg. Day aShaooi ba by quafihed otglteb _ _
ilt famlia With r San 41 t n A& I b enAGAZNES FOP SALE.A S54,0ea c'hS'"Aacerants, q "r Ipe a eloui. rooms and
"iDt VaOrtS OiDApp y. J Came T E V F IbIA H 1 A II REciy olt r IAj dy RoOLid IA Mc- ply Pad.'Phoeho:1 nig S". A g 0.ta-ire L uay 8e ae B SNE S A N V C M N

Comnernial Matri1mar Dgree. MOIUM jcia' MIa aIn, Alt. Liostu d trnnLu eals t cornae of Rihmonhd and Duke indvPdU-l tula T i C home aLtm DRIer.
FORa SALE et1 h ado^-Aus 2 Steets Otar., ckl, 'Phone IS -At- Term. einmt A Optember 4 Tel* eph M ooeo
10M- Nr A? I Nolsc. Duei MORRI1 It in exethmo iiailledit. Oi n T AYAI iUBSCflIPTIONfi: Time. Ufe. 'Aug. ,aMra oig s -i g dep .--spt S.orletrS ig
31 -,-ro da gS. tres-Aelg nt le. Litwi l ihd. Iamlreon Alter RLadie'a DoIves, .mm S.tIry+. All 0 .Lo-I 'two PROPER T -2 sod $4 .-
If__. I NG'" Lan and DaOnItf 5e. St I S2oe Aene--Aug.. Sirci.ModacePernJuy'2d1 T-AgP,,t .-... V.bc.nnt Stlret.te Igetthoadi. Apply Dr. WA.T..T.Ss
1* ANEtL IN 1. -lin t# irt-li394 Au aue10. raur rlit lte i=lm br SIG NSle orteabv rd~t hruh D

S OuerMe odein es Couree 'phonetit 44 A A DAN.rngsat. minute u-i ,*,)It UES and1 N Cespe T VIalo -A TtKig. 15. -4 nc~yerP it-i-ir od LueBvrae o

-I u-J ut 3' 0 ... .. 141 eodi~tl4e IS new-era Iieet.--Aul rates P l~l++ieton.+ Newe. E duratitonal. FOR SALE+ OR RUNT. PROPER.TY at GATmI for business prati~e.s App,'. MODERN.. .. .. ..
shad- A .aietla Wllr l d2 H, t .'al, i a ttl. Sinar p t 9 Western Alo 2ro, Oropourhe. runglow. fon hid- AILdlredri
111triblit.-Aug Is. Aox 10 lcuist~~~~~~~tyfe ~ o ada ugy o Th ii oral. Crooms&K ,, twP o dnne.126 -Ag roi. 2 SnawiltOfc:sineaPore 2. en ld eeh ne 19 ge l 2
10111,de 0'T' AcrCo et. ii 4 ;E o la _'MlR AJj: D E LN O S.Dpt a enno I- p u.--w --_

S A. p V ,ents, and Cji ",o Henry I'MUTain ,n 3beroms al OD.LARGE IOE C'REAM IPRt 7ZER
PSTO W ANTEDwadS eemhellS0Oa.e sdifillh's to,% Iuo GAIn UScrn PT1ONS.Aug tItislng 1eol~. 41wale allery mso ve. sRoa placingTWHiE PB LIC I6sout eypalieh a1- aug I BWI.FCBLEY D ii

ae1 K c A'nottog. 30ok-kecpIihg 'Phasel el1hIa -ln_ 8 RI-nnisr t t I -or- ey w if o i
sI.MEI C`r t" -M- ~ DRHurJlls Moi.-Rm wrecomm. endeidee Cheap-t rates. Five at-na aRd lend (54 ya l. 1W Reflecting
171 oraI Sa Ty!r.,a- lI IWO a inrsc1,, conta. Aimed. ISe ta.1. 16 'redstlc Street. .-aries pasture, all eunvanlesee. Servant.. O ES E d "S .I
C BnMERCIA!. DA i S I ;hT R4 e Sii l, tetv -A PolPsFrinU AuS g it. Quarters, caretaker's holna Vt egv2n dpB Se Pinted ts
an tam," -A 11g. a.6 Ir. DE.SA-r .o g MAGAsiNE tIIRSCRIotgON3 wpe pN,1,o;. ApplydMr...Monroe-.A 154 OUIE. JUs T REaNOVATED t o de s
arm .. t.e......... eet b CAR 346 g I1RA p isb. uildi ngttlom. WI-It. Poet Soc 1t0 ot'rrrlce Cyircular ROad. San Wrner, -Au1 I 'utycrand. Emropty, threl bd ro1o All mod- U Wooden Leters -- CIn emall
Cow**( asa SULP"- W"tAltUY m. in e ug mel-,ise o.dtan Pea liL-Au.SIOFES ARE gIVI.Eliforthe u anStrneetncesleadgidyadcalitble Ar"
_fA_0M'A`~py OX A-Ll. Nuttltn OFFT ,CRI 4dV. kitchen Sl ai itod Hbdes.pM tret. Cs~ .V

4 _6 On U iete Aply ot mend 01001 lsh 7n4t6.-A ,,4 1 --A mentionlB propiartlei. I &ed lb udn. lulu3Goltyeo alSlien. ho. ..'., 1l
Io. Maaerl +. + Ideal Sup ly tonn. 0__3I SIPORT mODI~t. Siil IR.. "lyra __,_._I Roa., 'o.,stloing aive ot m t Street Woadhu k. Apply Wmhlteec. 704 +)
-i ... as good. -les p ply RodSL'i ,.n..PAn S. IRFRIGERATORS FOR SALE more or leis, wIth tFO St trLees. pBt Cml outhntiay-Aug. 17'.. '_A17 CgIACON ST. (Qpatas).
~aI~l4 PLAED UN-gi ACtTl I CU Qee tee.'h se 5411 RAIO. LadysBcycbel tye g,tateCo n oditi lon. lilynimoedlongpoeerespon.sibl GASTET t e frmye. wifeys

Got obe peseR t.ie yt ai m- S SW A N. lo n. Reti..R. cord. ... .... P ck-np5 and-Auto-. 12.. ale. s Af h n R hdO.-- A I. Aontbl" SteeF-AuGL. 1
ComMWATEalTANKSiculctiand5g4oaWorth Mm eI TWOHUET VndBodwy ithaD llAcodwith l4fo Aut det orldete st on-el. I PeORn E NT.3 81

635Im _ant milNoTTL E lc galw.ppry:Tee hold Pytu -Mod' No t Eer n Mar t.. ... .. itllt .
_. 111Walker Ststa em.. lot .o le ddlt uonma .~Sp. .. re ernaDlve i
44t- R-- L land. WOadltcevaee Secee.RAP.
I.pSM TOM' 47 1SWKIP rie : It $4,866. Atr ly --l, N A S
______ 351" t PIANOSebl Coas ROIT'-i'. Au gut 19W.

In. C/O "Gostogial l-rIettO. veryt.... toho iled, Ma lN'o.pl.y11. Si -adls fr.m l tfSp nao- .. ..P.bli. .otice is-- herebyUBI vn t
r"L'? OlD3, MforeRyMNWuTR, 600at'Phone420 R e. .treet A-.San.Ue.tI ao,- "...... .. em u sheitiiblef trm yucaecond b y o r of nes o of
YoM1.- r ks.ecIec114oInewo.i55 ormstreeNII.w nul to RBor 1 JUIa 2 email ium4in4.
U T Ea olsT Po*NA4 Wibr ae yp opiigSlnar 2CosApykLAR. ugE DlsGCO, led. o Ro ARoad KIs MOHAtoEt,
AliqnWostInia Ctflolitl A cillt~ersiotg Dnig el,* ani t ha r#, isa situat2. atAug. S. U ARE IIie AGwillI

touttope,((KrlecteoaltIon J AK 35 uie ste t w. I tcpl et, 14 Hkgh Stret. ?hoe IS- 11@Texa l Fone havinbylPubticAuctionfbantheru-
'IiltRa u 1 HRPDS-9A t6R Lt~ E AVSTOBAug. 5- D UL? iotis N DL AD MPRO-a .(Or Ysmetl 216,1116athisMoionLMarTIatNG .
SEEAL Y1,.',NERArN Pt FLDEETIN C VOTI; ,ool 5 o?1 tS ootnRha-a tw ILCIsInS. ea04 meIY 23, 1944.,9W btey ISY5Po naeS Fr nd
-A oJ eshie ls O NS I' F eed t.c Sre. 6 lInIcevl a 04.1All Melnva. iuteae. 5SAOy Mrs. JOH eN aterP 5 Ol hd o
& XeraROWeNGAMeX. e 0A-WGSIX &a am" Mohamg-o npeom .B sseterte daruuse,4 e
Ch soit "4 1 9 HAN COWNUlI.., 'Ponetreet. -A i. 6,. Ween hae houss of 1 andattiay
boas at ask*. IS a wow..RFRKc41R soR(s. rs oo grund loor (ewcose).BEectrctinDAllngeaundr th carandpro
_________3._IT_______7f,09_______.___ -- -a'Of MY .a..afz.' ArnoldtimmiliWitg



Cut and Etched Glassware,
E.P.N.S., Chinese Carved
Vases, Jewelry, Candle
Sticks, etc., etc.

Your Inspection Invited.

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

Phone 8699




Green Limes


pro"e 0 bunr*iw a llw f f
p-uaw" herstoron s_1
between Id" PM le M"
10m undetariS UOWltf
Huwr.o. anye o. v ftr -
SidMes an% uuntatuaPa c a 6. S
Hia tretaSm pffun"no waf
tteityt a or a tt "lT. +. HaUOIM
a T. PMif has beent~
day of July 1944 so aw 0 ca00
ans the asd Teluy W w r-
Ures roum the id bes
dAbts Yu8 to are MUNI by
atid llate ram wilU bes rled
**I paid tLUvely b ra the
QD664er ln Mwb wil conUsue to
cshy on the miud ,bulnes undor
the strle wr ire of "L. T. Harrt f&
T. P11We.
Dated thue Th day of July. 1M4".
Ln TA AMtI4.
City Of Port-of-Spain,

Arrears Of Rates And

RATEPAYERS are hereby noti-
fied, that all properties in arrears
of the undermentioned rates and
charges will be advertised for Wale
in the "Trinidad Guardian". *0rly
In August 1944.


27 Fitt s4

Friday, 4th Aup
1.36 PJA.
Instructed by A.-
and A. Ncone, soq, S
Ue Colony, we will
utw furniture, etc..
followtln In S&mnui:
with Slumber King1
a pt m Fled Istr-
of Drawsrn
=Dre1in Table,
Pre. Bedside Tbl ,
Crap Etenin Dining,
btoons Cabinet 4
Trolley, Englieh OW
Dining Chain.
rChaif and Sette,
Hammock. Baby's
bination Babyf -
and Pram. Tras
cnnim Cleaner. e-t
Iron, Bedside Ltin,
Jar,. Books, Can
Oa, Plant Stand,
Shadel. Galvanize On
Empire H-Burner to
PC and Douche bw
G ass and Cha-Jr
Wqre. Brooms
terns. Tools, sheir.
MetalS Paints,
*,1in, Pots, Palm s.
and Underlay, 11
Refrigerators. P
Por particulars: y
Adds. Livestock.
Itemu on view day-
morning of sale, and
Boyd & Humc


16 oz. Tin
6 Ib. Tin -
12 or. Tin

- 1.. 6C.



20 oz. Tin
17 oz. Tin
29 oz. Tin

PORKAM (pork-eom) -
335 gmRs. 4 GREEN BEANS
YORK'S LUNCH 6b. 5 ox Tn
12 ox.T ..._ 57cS. 1 w.T
Sliced, per lb. 80c. fib. 12x.li

#la-4W7 it *S.1

Tbme I,.L

Don't Waits
It Is Fi

m. GOVmiAI
f"Mumsa. -'IS

Housome Rate up to and Includng
the year 19413.
Metered Supplies of water up to
and including the quarter
ended 0th June, 1941.
All other Rates and Charges due
and payable up to and In-
cluding the 31st December,
Owners who desire to avoid this
advertisement and to save the addi-
tional charge of such advertl e-
ment, are advised to pay their ar-
rears on or before the 3rd August,
H. W. Farrell,
________Towro Olet.



Reduced Prices

as ISn i*edcur.te Al. B1 LAND 11 0 ALF MSI05LLANKOUg 5GALS& M and 4ipar la Inthe Coun
S-S^B'lllSBH faa- tuH I Tillaphom '^nid.A. it.*i theKL "d"W atAi* iui,5rA 2! .*.& ~*o t- spatri in the 00=7dl
Iquee. aleensit~d.-~ig IS%-ARS e a~ etu~ei Xt VI.6.DRUM$. 40/50 GALS. CceOf St. ft lftin the islan
v W ^^ 1 rBlrShu". Tu1 2-1 S t Quaift'l'.4601.7- Triidad iwptlIng pow MIS
idanI h e S ItO. Mhs Cart m.* Laleeraeaa. "" 36 A N NNU wRI CCvCL)- "" 'u ("q ,. t Brwl* *n4th AVG

O 1. Golf LLE. R, rSSITU -tAr . K RUOS a br ; andOWith the Mm1ske OeamOn u h
a?*' eme~la beaut*fu Iftaas si t in* vsy I sAt..-.n t e -c tend IL-ein teso wn in the e c33 -n a
( -T iM r S J' .^ r ^ ," am'-^ 0.31k_^_ SS ..Qft"" S" V.=p, land In the Srtt 0Mnt S
-T ~ ~O iM | Ma L LDI-- NC LHO"N^T PO-xR.-- uAL % WWI
\MOM fre Rala MatioS 420S s~ tw win* WA. L. -itM vio^me 117 nifw t in, OW
Bi^.^M ~ ~~~~~~~m r^\ Mania vaSB'Ss~t* 1u r.P A. b0'?..^^" 1?1^ 9^-Hy^-SSP -';^n*,tlt 40, R.P A

I "ameyowjrt" the iM ihlfrai e Businiess Pisa. Pha I T, . SERVESim TTE'iPIUR g111-
aime ae""us town toulInSeguin. St. Freehold satiaolow, Man=a104ii- RStaets, Commerelal Sehiiom u Lt
-t Web -w eli 4-6#* on'.. ....... .. ... .S. eS #Utee VIUS9Is.-Amg. a.
r4Sla t5LAMIIAU.B Tobago 41,. ACT' Land. 5cnJua S Se (lium -
else ~ ~ ow zrweeveSg. tetaInga l uabwf evia% emmdoe gire sed: LtVCTOR l.ooiAL

I -Al* 5 lin i ft MOeteg. Majnlted. -AUg. f ILK
1Y2dW4 GuMud". -rintedl and Publih hedb Tb. Iidadt t luhhtog CF. LUL. S nwVisat scem


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