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Title:
Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
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lcc - Newspaper
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UF00081212:00725

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In New York by radio from Moicow on July 26 and ient to Trinidad by air.


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W'JWADQUARTERS,
t. Aug. 4 1API -
IM Japanese coun-
t the left flan'-
11. ins In British
Me been repulsed. A
4Japanese dead was
fierce fighting east
beach, 92 Japanese
r9OUps on Wednes-
Shas developed yet
Sbeachhead, about
Ipf1 the Philippines
Forces capture
Japanese freighter
l.dstroyer damage
es at Ceram on
0of Japanese dead
itfghting has risen
4000 total of the
since e'ementt
Army attempt-
encirclement


fVance

tkyina
U,,UADQUARTEnMS,
(Reuter).-Amerl'
troops made
today against the
H besieged In the
time in a week,
mbers struck at
Me supply route
the railway xrom
lgw. R.A.F. and
.L. hbers kept up
*galnst the retreat.
S theManipur front
have been no big
land fighting.
S.B.C. reporter, in
I eadquartera says
troops approacn-
no major contact
lysince they cap-
rterguard position
Tamu. The
jnen "and guns
tim road, while
and the sur-
battle round Bls-
their withdrawal.
flying boats, It
todav., have been
In Burma many
l. Japanese lines.
.B.C. reporter.
adquarters, says
June and part of
Sboats carried re-
Sstores to the
ft the return flight
tic and wounded.
btween a & tretch ot
raand a lake 40
Sof Mogaung.
the crews knew
er runtaning e-
rahamatutra with
currents and
debris. To reach
daaIM, they had
iiai that were
on mnaps and
Storms witt
a an additional
9 boat to try the
a tretchI of .th'ck
crew could not find
and while looking
apo s pilots
,. 0 Troops n
0e w*r' able to
ther rePorts and
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The King Tells Cabinet
Of Italian Tour
LONDON, Aug. 3 (Reuter).--
Hit Majesty the King's first
official visitor after his return
fr3m Italy today was Mr.
Churchill whom he received in
audience at Buckinghamn Pal-
ace. Mr. Churchill stayed to
lunch.
Later the King received in
audience other members of the
War Cabinet who expressed
their congratulations on his
safe return.
In an informal chat His Ma.
jsty gave impressions of his
ong tourt of the Biltish and
Allied troops in Italy.


Canada Opens

Naval Base

At Bermuda
BERMUDA, Aug. 3 (CP)--Can-
adian Navy's first base outside
Canadian waters is scheduled to
be commissioned this morning with
a brief ceremony, formally bring-
J HIM.C.S. Somers Isles into
o r0tlon: The base which wilt
be devoted to trail-ing, is com-
manded by Captain K. P. Adams
who has just arrived with his wift
and two children.
Captain Adams told the morn-
Ing newspapers that all types of
ships in the Canadian Navy would
be trained here. Actually the new
base evolved from an organisation
established by the Royal Navy, and
transition from a Royal Navy
base to a Canadian Navy base
has been gradual during a period
of months. Captain Adams could
not disclose the number of ship,
that have already been here for
training, but said they were
"considerable." The base is lo-
cated on the old quarters of the
Bermuda Volu.rteer Rifle Corps at
St. George's, site of one of the
oldest British garrisons in the
Western Hemisphere and Captain
Adams voiced thanks to the
B.V.R.C. and Royal Engineers fcr
preparing the buildings.
Noting the courtesies extended
him by the Mayor of St. George';
and local officials, within hour.
after his arrival, Captain Adams
eommerted that he was observin?
the fine relationships which hikve
existed.


More Flying Bombs

Over South England
SLONDON, Aug. 3 (Reuter). -
Some more German flying bombs
came over southern England in
daylight today. In one area the
anti-aircraft gunners, who put up
a heavy barrage, had been at
their post since midnight. It Is
reported from another district on
the coast that last night's attack
was the heaviest known. The
bombs came over In waves.
Mr. Herbert Morrison, the Home
Secretary, said today that since
the war began, and up to the end
Of June this year, 53,726 civilians
had been killed by enemy action
in Britain. More than 63,000 were
injured seriously enough to be de-
tained in hospital.

Britain To Stay

Blacked Out
LONDON, Aug. 3 (Reuter)-The
blackout over Britain is to stay, for
the time being anyway. Mr. Her.
bert Morrison, the Home Secretary,
said this was the considered ver-
dict of the Government after going
Into the pros and cons, but the
Government would be only too de-
lighted to lift the blackout as soon
an it was possible to do so.

Nuzis Offer Reward
For Missing Man
LONDON. Aug. 1 Reuter) -
The Oermans are offering another
bi reward for a missing man.
First it was Ooedeler, a former
Mayor of Lelpug, who was alleged
to have been a conspirator in the
attempt on Hitler.
This tee the wanted man Is
Arthur Nayber. He is said to be
aiNwt* from gland troubles, and
I *AwV been going about the city
aimlesly assuming fa'se names
ITey ay that he Is not charged
With any artleulr offence.
ArthuM llsyb w the name of 9
pOles general. on of the deputy
Splft of the Reich security 801e.
o Goerman announcement giver
aleutotim that this Is the Wat.


4,000 Allied

'Planes Strike

Nazi Targets
By JITDSON O'QUINN
SUPREME ALLIED HEAD-
QURTERS. Aug. 3 (APi. More
than 4.000 American and Britlsh
bombers and fighters struck the
German aircraft industry, com-
munict tions and robot Inst'Ila-
tians today.
U. to 750 Eighth Air Force Fly-
ing Fortresses with a cover of up
to 500 Mustangs attacked railway
yards at Saarbrucken, Mulhouse
and Strasbourg and oil storage
dumps at Merkwiller as well as
other military targets in France.
About 250 Lightnings and Thun-
derbolts strafed a variety of
ground targets in accompanying
thrusts.
From Italy,. the 15th Air Force
sent more than 750 heavp bombers
t0 strike Friedrichshafen and
communications in northern Italy
with a fighter escort of probably 500.
This afternoon, Lancasters and
Halifaxes of R.A.F. Bomber Com-
mand with fighter cover were over


Nazi Vistula


Line Smashed

Warsaw Outflanked
In Russian Drive
To Germany
W. W. HERCHRE
LONDON,. Aug. 4 (AP).--Red
Army troops have shattered the
Axis Vistula River line In Poland.
smashing 15 miles beyond that
last natural defence barrier habort
of the "holy soil" of Germany in
a broad flow of men and tank*
that flanked burning Warsaw ane
sped toward German Silcsia, only
100 miles away.
The Vistula. which the desperate
enemy attempted to hold with re-
inforcements sent frtm central
German reservoirs, was crossed 110
miles south of besieged Warsaw.
Warsaw was outflanked and East
Prussia shaking under bombard-
ment as the Red Army surged for-
ward in an offensive which has
cost the lives of more than 25.000
1German soldiers in the last three
I days.
Latest threat to Warsaw was
acknowledged by Transtcean't
military spokesman as General
Ivan Chernlakhovsky's Third White
Russian Army drew up along the
70-mile front for a mass crossing
into East Prussia. Some of his
advance elements may be now
fighting on German soil fZr the
first time in this war.
Outflanking of the old Polish
capital was developed beyond twc
strong bridgeheads established b5
Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky's
trc:ops on the east bank of the Via-
tula. Transocean placed one near
Warsaw, only about 37 miles south
of Warsaw, and the other beyond
Baranow.
A five-mile Soviet advance be-
tween Augustow and Vilkaviski!
was admitted by a German com-
mentator wh3 said the Russians
had brought up seven fresh rifle
formations and two tank corps.
Since Augustow is only eight miles
from the East Prussian frontier
and the line flows in and out, the
Russian drive may have placed its
troops astride the border in some
places.
The advance south of AugUs-
tow is aimed at the town of Lyck
and fighting of the most desperate
kind is expected.
(Reuter quotes reports reach-
ing London from the P:llsh un-
derground movement saying that
Polish guerrillas have already
seized parts of the centre of
Warsaw, including the quarter
where the German governor 1f
Warsaw had set up his resi-
dence.)


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Eighth Army Troops
Firm On Last Ridge
Before City
ROME, Aug. 3 (API-New Zea-
land troops are firmly established
on the last commanding ridge
south of Florence, and while ad-
vance unitsl prooed tne uiermian
3.rength less .iaan three milts iron
r'loreice, a long string ox columns
pr.parea to cut the ({parture ot
ihe witudiawing enemy.
in all sectors of tihe Arno River
bend south ol florence, the Lier-
man defemne loosened up during
twe night, and this mining was
efnlhteiy pulling back. It is be-
lieved that the Utrmans would pull
Into the tight pocket behind the
Greve River, and hold the bridge-
.aead there until they are able to
withdraw from there through Flor-
ence.
Advances of up to three miles
were made on tie extreme right
flank, and South Airicans are mov-
ing forward almost on a level with
the New Zealandrs. The Germans
may apparently withdraw to avoid
further loss of manpower.
The gentle slopes and hills south
of Florence are dotted with bodies
of German soldiers, having died in
an apparent effort to convince Hitler
that the army In Italy was loyal.
Effective work of Allied bombers
during the last several days Is an-
other factor convincing the enemy
that It is time to pull out. They
have been extremely active against
lines of communications and Ger-
man gun positions.
(Godfrey Talbot, B.B.C. re-
porter, said fighting on the front
below Florence is some of the
most difficult the Eighth Army
has ever had, and he added:
"That is saying something." Tal-
bhot said: "We cannot be stopped.
RUatM 12daidm, Idi .Now
have all gained ground even if
It is only yard by yard.")
The Germans gave every Indica-
tion that they intend to wage a
determined battle along the Arno
Line by sending strong fighting
patrols across the lower stream to
strike Into Fifth Army positions,
and they are clearing civilians from
the north banks of the river on the
other side of Florence.
Possibly In order to gain time for
strengthening their defences be-
vyond the city, the enemy continued
to flght with extreme determination
in an arc, enclosing Florence from
the south.
Nazi announcements that fight-
Ing units of Fascist troops trained
In Germany had returned to Italy
apnoeared to bear out the earlier
belief that Marshal Kesselring wilI
be compelled to fill out his de-
nleted ranks with Fascists, who
are certain, however, to be kept
under the closest surveillance when
in line.
AIUId experience so far has shown
that troops under German com-
mand have been able to give the
Allies plenty trouble when firmly
engaged In defence positions, such
ss offered by the Arno and Gothic
Lines.

Jamaica Move For

Public Transport
Trildad Guardian Correspondent
KINGSTON. Aug. 3-His Excel-
lency Sir John Hugglns, Gov-
ernor, today tabled a message in
the Legislative Council proposing
the setup of a statutory card to
buy out the corporate area omni-
bus companies and run public
passenger transport in the Metro-
polls along lines of the London
General Transport.
The proposal follows recom-
mendations of a special commit-
tee recently appointed to advise
on the Qesetkio. but it is regarded
as unlikely that a motion to give
effect to It will be considered
until the new House of Repre-
sentatives Is elected under the
changed contiltutlon.
Proposed passenger transport
Board is to be authorised to
raise a loan of 1,90.000 to
finance operations.
Purchase of present omnibuses
tree the owners is estimated to
cost (144,000; purchase of new
omnibuses 1*4,000; purchase of
land, building and plant from the
pteaent owners 841,000 purchase
of goodwill $13,000; while work-
ing capital expense e set down
at *13A00.
Total capital expenditure to
purchase and niodernise the con-.
cern is$esimated at $1,28400. To
complete ,nodernisatlos of the
service. plans cal for pufchaw of
58 modern omnibuss.
A new hehad will erobebly also
take ting elc tram
service which the Janaica Public
ServIce Ce. are only otnm
ti opefle Otl l ttathe'w~r.


40-Mile Dash


In 24 Hours

British Second Army
Take Vire And Make
Good Progress
By JAMES LONG
aS U P R E M 1 ALLIED HEAD.
QUARTERS, Au;. 3 (AP)-A
mighty line of United States troops
and armour swept up the Brittany
capital and main rail city of
Rennes and rolled on unchecked t".
ward the prie porats of Brest an.
St. Nazaire along roads litterl,
with the wreckage of enemy tanlb'
and guns.
The powerful force that brushed
past the resistance at Rennes
pounded on the south toward St.
Nazaire, Nazl basear, less than so
miles away after travelling 40 miles
In 21 hours In the invasion's swift
dash.
Another great, force of United
States troops headed straight west
across the Bretton Peninsula to-
ward Brest and wtre probably al-
ready well past Dinan after break.
ing across the Rance River.
Behind them. o'her forces meth-
odically widened the corridor
through which these forces are
pouring into Brittany from Nor-
mandy, pushing 20 miles east of
Avranches to Mortain on the road
to Paris.
Best unofficial estimate here is
that the peninsula might fall bY
the week-end with nothing more
than a desperate "little Cherbourg"
stand at Brest and a fierce attempt
to hinge a new defence system
along the south coast in front of
the Loire River.
Every day it takes to cover the
total of 150 miles to Brest may
4men a week or mnre hard work
repalrtin- the Nazi demolition to a
port well rle to handle the fill
cross-Atlantic flow of Amerln
trolatr and upp direct to Mil
battle. -
NO MOPTINOVIP
Battlefront despatches reported
the capture of Dol de Bretagne, 13
miles west of Pontsorsona along the
swift way west, but theran was no
indication of any delay to mop up
St. Malo or anything ele along the
open throttle north coast route.
It is obvious the Allied command.
era are holding back details of the
gains to capitalise to the utmost
on the Oexnan bewfilerment, and
it seemed quite likely that forward
forces are already Well beyond any
announced points.
(The Brits Second Army is
also making good progress and
Howard Marshall, the B3.0. re-
porter in Normandy says '
British are pressing on every-
where along the front. They
have taken Vire and have put
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France in great strength to attacK -
two flying bomb and rocket de-
pot to the north. ot ta ..-AllH k W xa)ftS
.reports indicate that bott a IP" W sta
were well concentrated. Russian A c
(Fighter- bombers had a bigR ssa A c r
day today over the battle front
and well behind it, Reuter re- By WADE WERNEI
p:rts, hitting enemy communi- LONDON Aug. 3 (AP).-Dr J.
cations and attacking targets Betinger, former political secretary
In close support of the ground to the late General Wladysiaw gi-
troops. Fighters and fighter- korski, stated today that the Un-
bombers of the Second Tactical derground in Poland would support
Air Force flew nearly 700 sorties Prenler Mikolajczyk in whatever
from dawn to dusk, destroying agreement he reaches with Mar-
more than 100 enemy vehicles. anal Stalin.
Marauders and Havocs this He said the homeland National
afternoon bombed five railway Council for Polish Unity formed
bridges between the Loire, Paris in Warsaw voted whole-heartedly
and Orleans, while another for- tp support M. Mlkolajcayk, and
nation of Marauders went for the Poles here would back him in
an ammunition dump between whatever he does.
Paris and the battlefront. The Tomas Argiczewikl, a Moscow
crews saw great sheets of flame veteran and chairman of the Polisn
Sr all these targets. Socialist Party, who also arrived
rising from all these targets, from Poland via Cairo, m.
NIormandy-based Thunderbolts phasised that the whole Polish
have been active all day over population was anxious for the re-
the same sector of the front. storation of normal Russian.
Stewart MacPherson, B.B.C. re- Polish relations which was neces-
porter, says in a despatch to- sary for lasting peace.
night that these aircraft have =
been giving useful support to the
troops and working in close co- U S CarrierPlan
operation with the tanks, spot- U S C rl 'Planes
ting and blasting defensive i 1 S
positions that have been giving Hit 19 Jap i s
trouble to the advancing ar- S i
mour.) ____ PEARL HARBOUR, Aug. 3 (AP).
*a" -Admiral Nimitz announced to-
EISENHOWER VISITS FRANCE day that a Carrier Air Group of
SUPREME ALLIED HEAD- the Pacific Fleet probably des-
QUARTERS, Aug. 4 (Reuter) -- troyed or damaged 19 Japanese
General Dwight Elserhower, Su- warships, including two large car-
preme Allied Commander, has paid riers in a record fortnight cf des-
another visit to France. truction from June 11 to 24.


New Airways Group To Offer

Barbados-Trinidad Service

Announcement was made yesterday of formation In Barbades, of
the Barbados Caribbean Airways Ltd. to operate an air service with
Pan American 21-pasenger 'planes between Barbados and Trinidad.
Applications have been made toI ---------
Government in Barbados and Trin- Ank
dad to start the service at once. A k r r t
The EDrbado8 "Advoca*e," dis- G e I
ceosina yesterday that the company Westminster
had for its principal object the Wi st r
operation of an air service, added:
"Thecews that a licence has been LONDON, Aug. 3 (Reuter).-
applied for to operate an additional The Turkish Parliament, with its
line of 'planes between this island decision to break with Germany
and Trinidad and vice versa will
indeed be welcome on all sides, fresh in mind, has decided to send
"The company will be known as a special mesmsae to the British
Barbados Caribbean Airways Ltd. House of Commons saying that the
The promoters of the company are Turkish nation has remained faith-
Messrs. Da Costa and Oo. Ltd ful to Its agreements with Britain
and its board of directors are nine since the beginning of the war and
in number, eight of whom ar the Turkish Grand National Ass
.numbera." "embiy feels proud to send to tat
local. Messrs. George Manning, British Parliament its g.etiUgs
Chairman; M. J H. Wilkinson, and this expression of friendship.
Vice-Chailrman; Mr. S. P. Thorne, The German people were old
Mr. Merlin C. Arner. Mr. Stephen today or Turkey's decision which
Walcott, Mr. T. B. Pierce, Mr. Her- the Nazi controlled Press described
bert Sealey, Mr. X. S. Robinson and as a flagrant breach of the Turco-
Mr. Vernon C. Knight. German pact of friendship. Here
"**Mr. Merlin C. Arner, a repre- tin London the decision is wel-
entatlve of Pan American Inc. corned as what The Timesa" ae
stationed in Trinidad the onl di- a muoh-needed reinforcement of
rect.or.nko wn...t..o .h ... stability an4 confidence in eastern
rector known tothy s.ab Europe. It will come as an eo-
prient, hA i h e courageme to, the patriot of
a l0c2nth1rratpotbW~(iecelland Yugesiavia a&" ma
xeas and is d b his wel have the malt of a deam
principals. MIMras Ok Costa and influence upon the d awnS
Co. Ltd., will beprang agents embattled countries of Buimrgi.
of tl.e company and Mr. Vernon 0. Rumania, and HungarU. tK nws
Knight of ther sta ng U1 be ree- ppw *sd.
ponslible for the general manage- .
ient of the service. Messr c. Mannerheim May Take
KItrpatrick ile ead Co.. chartered .
aoeountantt, s Audtors, and Mt. Other Portfolios
. St. Clair Runtt, Secretary
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Active all along the Normandy and Brittany fronts, American
BritisUh and Canadian fore a : making strady advales agahint
Fteld-Mamhsl Rommael's forces. In drives In the directions of
Berst and St. Nas.re. General Bradley's forces have made MI-
tensive advance, reaching as far a* % ennes in a soulh'rn
thrust front Avranchea and Dinan In a drive into the Brest pen-
Inniua To the north, Britih fore, in the face of stubborn
German res istanco are pushing forward from Viller Borer, and
have capt rwed Vi"r


Caribbean

Contingent-

In War Zone
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
KINGSTON, Aug. 2.-The Car-
lbbzan Regiment, comprising Ja-
maicans, Trinldadlans, Barbadians,
and other West Indians, has
arrived in the Mediterranean thea-
tre of war, and the West Indies are
likely to have opportunity of mak-
ing further contributions to mili-
tary efforts.
These statements were made to
a "Gleaner" reporter today by
Brigadier T. D. Daly, G.O.C. North
Caribbean. on return from a two
months' visit to London,.
The Brigadier arrived In London
on "D-Day" and experienced the
horrors of flying bombs which 'he
said were at the start called "doo-
dlhbugs" but are now called "those
things." He says Londoners are
optimistic of victory, but now hate
the Germans much more.

Spanish Foreign

Minister Dies
MADRID, Aug. 3 (AP) Get-
Sral Francisco Roma Jordana.
Spanish Foreign Minister, died to-
day of a bloed clot and Internal
haemorrhage after an illness of
only a few hours. His wife was
present at the time of his death.
The Minister r placed General
Franco's brother-in-law, Serrano
Suner. as Foreign Minister at a
time of the Government ahake-
up on September I, 1942, when
Suner was ousted from all his po-
sitions except that as delegate to
the Cortez.
General Jordana previously was
vice-president of the first Nation-
a tat Government formed in 1934
which he held until August 1 ,
when he was succeeded by el.
Juna Beisber.
Jordana was always identified
with army politics in Spain, being
himself a general and the IM Of
a general. He received near4 all
the army's decorations.
Named LIut.-Genaral In 132.
General Jordana w& appointed
Commanding General of -pnl
Mo: co. holding the positiO until
the republic was esxtabh~d In
1931 when he was relieved of U
command. After eight year eI
prison and two years on parole he
was tried by a tribunal and strip-
ped of aUcivil lymgts. ,
Giving strong support o the Ia -
tionalists t the start of the 1e4
war, he wis named present of
the Hig1 Court ot Miltary Juatle
and lter president of the Te-
nical Oowvrnmet Council whic
erved as the National O m'-
nent until the Jormatlo of the
Brt Cabinet ln Ii.ft- _
ACCO.dIng to .pansL laIw, Jos
Panade Borahiuo U nder eoeqr
ror Foreign A) ki, was named
Minister until 1nomunatio .o
Generalo Joed 0"a it
mental in sttZtl tbe accord wtth
etuga at te i f INi, wab-
ishlag an "Ibipa. Inoc,'~ *iSbm
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Montgomery Delighted
With Allied Progress
8 U P R i M L HEADOVAR-
TERS OF THE ALLIED EX-
PEDITIONARY FORCE, Aug.
3 (Reuter) Standing In an
orchard where the Germans
had a camp less than three
days ago. General Montgomery
today told reporters that he
*" statised and delighted with
the Allied progress. General
Montgomery said: 'We are hit-
ting the Hun a good hard
crack: It Ib all golng very will.
The Americans are doing sp'en-
didly too. It Is excellent, the
whole thing."
General Montgomery said we
had taken a lot of prisoners and
that the Allied total was now
approaching 100,000.
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AWUS? 4, IW&


"IWitMwbl Ar etb
I *r- 8 oo, Wm


W A ,TB




P Fanro or Victory
Wr e* aMMr r'A@



X Othisda3sagothe

M RO wls at warw
1 Masnow t h pledged word of .er-
MMl Cauld*a 9ni
-I'n fV 1644.*"




Bitan n Poised Fopaper Victory
t w War AttIvernaryow
n this day 39 yaen re ago the prl



_on :Dd nm of war because Of & C3".try
tt had foultima tu Gpre t'many ton



-ra lp pa] ,to regp'd solemn treaties
-as mu* scraps of paper Ffonm August
-4,6114 and for four years the British
'wZ.i hdaw her troopallies fstrove might andx-
Jtof, (I to natonwp at war wjtl




iahen at now them pledged w ord of Gr-
rmany ,a not worth 11the papehour on which
illt was it of the lt mon thp as now 11the




'qptUln request for an arml~ttce was
grte orl d th e guns were the perld.
The war w as thought to be over. butry
-t^hat had four tinws preylously In 1W0
:7y ~'P! ehpe O fto e d solemn treaties
*aM mere acraps of paper Fr~on August



it4, 1914,w only and for four fo years the ritsh
:3p4i4 and her allies strove might anor did
:Iat to slmasber. the military power ofthe
tIerman angled, and no sooner of thewas
th ay of the t m of 1Versailles sealed,
..qpmin request for an armi&tice was


:IpMnte, and delivered thaguns wermae silenced.
t* The war was thought to be over but



:, .Political, troubles came and
!] I sW In Gernmy, but the military
t af only adjourtneglected for a few years.on
tMiUarlst Germany did not died nor did




Nt ~4 d, L ncreased and modernised.
MIt sumbecamr. The humiliafetihon of the
.rmistce rankPled, and when the country was
thi Peace Treo the dictatof Vership of Adoled
:Hledr and delivered Nazisthan Germany be-
p Le remained thef war agetin-a war of




the country.
r emngy. Political troubles came and
oce more with hermny but the mighlitarynd
*mschne was not fleglected or thrown on




withe rap heap. Ought was cared forful and
wueaponted, Iwould and must soon be urnised.
Militarism benow gum and bl fetish with thead




and butter. An econorriic crisis struck
German people, and whin the country
wmt over toes, bu the dictatorship of Adolfught
Hitler and his Nazis, the military








-dqossi a met varying degrees of
uchne remained the secparedt pride oft
Vthe country.ror of war.
terptlany soon becames intoxicated





Thstime It was to Poland, Britain told
Iter to get out. But the hurrilatLion of
1918once moriste and the character- and






litic arrogance of a nation that had
withosen to ride thought that so powerful ashe






pleased dominat-ed her every act. She did
31tPet out of Poland. Germany defied
itweapon wouland that meand oust soon be thiused.ng
-It -wars now guns and bulterriblets for breadut with







this difference: It was to be war to the
d bitternd. An ecnd so It hacrisis struckme
(tae German people as it struck most







outries, but warhile tothe others endought
4mpM~mt aa^ met varying degrees of






he Grm, Germany prepsared to fheir infam-
f on gheptember 1 1939chie Germany, we
wenit again where she was not. invited.





Th, will not bewas to Poland. Britaigun toldr a
her to get out. But the humiliation ofre
than 1918 armIcenti4 a nd th e character-has
taught the lesson tha nation she cannot hadbe
ctrhosen to rivedecently roughsand where shea
pleased domlnateI her evcry act. She did
not get out of Poland. Germany dnobed
B9ritain, and that meant only one thing
-war, total and terrible war, but with
this difference: It was to be war to the
bitter end this time. And so It has come
aout. This is war to the bitter end of
.he German militarists and their infam-
*us fighting machine. Germany, we
hop., will not be left with a gun or a
bullet or a bayonet or a bomb, for more
than a century of bitter experience has
taught the lesson that she cannot be
t; rusted to live decently and well as a
shareholder In the company of the world.
The destiny of Germany is now being
shaped for her on the battlefields of


- M -, ,i, -4 am u sepa .
From tteUplt4 laW wjb. cbo~h
the arSm qv u*0 Alf no awr.
mi-~i~i P~p^ pe Bqtlaq-Is
fittd Sk ti mdawk I btg rdeq qpt
of the chaO o mi And acon that a
eatury 9of tpmp t twisted living has
ptedw n The, er otmay, that aM
from te diastef must bear no rpen-
fiqee cept i4 lefl#ue t te tr-
a prc 0! of 41s@ Uo" ajd
In remembering" this August 4, 1914,
~ ~ljn~Werot~an the 1Iqp'
*har# in b^n (nj e Qerpman mf#tlr,
dragon to its doom. Her great Empire
tood betwop Germany and Ei"oan
4o ap8ol 1914, Juyt #s In 144 *he
sb4 j cnJngiy lg41 "betreop the
Nazi Oerman monster and world domi-
nation. These are two chapters In history
that shine With f Ineffaceable lus#re.

Agricultre Mut Co0ie Out
Of Compelmnstion Bll
CHANC9E *re unquestlionbly needed
In tho Workmen's Compensation
Ordinapce, as both the Forster Com-
mission and the West India Royal
Cmmilssign pointed out. The need for
improvement was als p mentioned by
Major Orde BWwne in his report on
labour conditlqns In the West Indies
in 1989. None pf these authorities, so
far as we can discover however pressed
for the inclusion of agricultural la-
bour, though the Forstcr Commissicn
recommended consideration of such
a step. This contrasts with its specific
adrlc that the period allowed be-
foreL compensation becomes payable
should be reduced from ten to three days.
On the one hand it said the possibility
should be examined; on the other it
urged that acfoLh'shpul4 be taken.
While the Fbrster report can be
quoted as authority for studying the
qLstion, it cannot therefore be cited
as requesting that field labour should
be brought within the Ordinance.
And Major Orde Browne followed more
or less the same ling, stating that the
qualifying period for relief should be
reduced to three days, but contenting
himself with the remark that the inclu-
sion of agriculture was an important
inmatter under consideration The West
India Royal Commission did not men-
tion agriculture in this connection, but
urged that schemes based on the Ontario
system of compensation should be con-
sidered. We are informed, though we
cannot say for certain, that this system
does not include labourers on the land.
To bring agricultural labour within
the compensation lV In Trinidad, as
the Government proposes doing by a
Bill shortly to Ie introduced, may be
desirable in principle, but Is unworkable
on practical grounds. When it publishes
the Bill, the Government should also
publish the report of thq committee
which investigated the working of tl'-
Ordinance six years ago, along with rele-
vant correspondence with the Colonial
Office. We should like to be told what has
influenced It to reintroduce a proposal
which first saw the light in a draft Bill
in 1939, and has since been held in abey-
ance-we presume for very good reasons.
We should like to know, also, what
has become of the West India Royal
Commission's project based on the On-
tario system, a central feature of which
is the creation of a board to settle claims
for compensation, thereby eliminating
long and costly actions at law. The
changes which we consider desirable
would Include a similar provision, and
the possible establishment of an accident
fund out of which all compensation and
medical fees would be paid. Let us be
progressive in our laboqr legislation by
all means, but let us at the same time
not lose touch with realities. Agriculture
certainly cannot stand the burden sought
to be impqas4 on it.


Government N


!30fAD AND TO9""

^flr. The Oil Aqd
W41ter Bod
No. I of 19M44-AppUcaUton of An-
Wigfs gt~qp. AM G I I
(TriAid$) U 1t$4 tar 0
Water Lkcoc
No. 3 of l4--AR>llctjqa t U
United rittlah QWo ag o$
Trinidad. Lmitm d tor Wate
Jlcnce.
Referring to th Aftertisop t
1 pcqulry appearing uI tn 9 -
of thi newspaper of th 3 J* ,
44, it is herect 5ptil l" t u
hearing of th ftt)Vpg C OPu
t$i Friday the 4th Auupst ;to go
tak9 plcin th Ofe sup"q pout
<4pd Pourt) #MO "f 0 ft


Coutrolof
Tax, AAi
Deev(f


Grande for the cyclists of the ow-A yr
i Smith Looks For A T yr D H

Bu. Pgs...sn d Ad Finds The 8lak Maket
TrKillt ~glt 12FAI6i rabt ~was mcm e Mort caustIljpic & rrr~~ ~~i
014wl^ toj^ fo rt1A^rrtedh^eIW mt ttay!t 1K. V
rl" TI" e .ar4 IHw4 ft1herv In ico S.VI
vintage thatgir lkk le as t n nae dk betvang,' a% 2 ItI but s po t service2A
and !olte- -v "1 "1 UsI~r "t: ,to the Idea t at all men Were -to I.
on sI les of Tif b others. Siek, pr e o iniv Applicion sar n invit forthe i
i500t. duall would wepp by in tBeir larg, vacant pat of Hindi Iaterbretir ooi
ccts ca rs'itotfain4 tha s tre
1f cten tsIN r iI a r D.a,-ia rII at of stopping to give a fellow-Oeipg Magistracy, Victoria.
d]so luxhrkOuS cars wlt^ ^ a t h' uzht alndn ClericalT^ App ca'pn .rte ,.
If the 7Tiload Govemn le,- -AIW t l ae .15 a lift.
mera alwesy adlonig sucjht tot be loy And thenane dark evening, a 2. The post is pensionable roid 'n u lnsp
% #in tij sinister ipdiviq~ual shuffled UP to the commencing salary j$'Ott ho p

that t .rOcupona rn and that was MOister ou wanting a tre' "e'and the by further yealy -
SLthoug W; %yelrst.ag n- iethep r clt dark aes replhd illeageryo, heart filling crements of $96 to $1, a, yer. AiP.Rt Uatls ar



'I IV 6T 1 J J rmme to be warewaseraing wiack arkt ttillasecuag .a, bane rm
wack 4 Fed ts j np4in the Colony of Tring -Iics tryot fve dollars. Mister," 3. The successful candidate POI wil
'Mere, ?us ft r idd Whe t'li plll Smith. said the hoarse voice in his ear. be requited to pass an' examinl- alth Deparent."te


th~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~b required^ Gm&. ?*prodad I osqune ltig it hs thugts Bill an----_- Iablt ep nartmy a.dMB
thate e 9a th'oyd-we raIng, horlest sott C Bill's b st sank: that Was lot of tion as to Physicl fi tness and Wquafication requlrs
tance t' av A CIA f fgllow Wit4 a ltrgp family to sup-money for a b nl earning hs wage o e required to give proofof his al
athe 'buer his dap o a a s enmployed in the fair city But better pa', he thought, than proticiency In Hindi dialect.
tat everuy ttod t r l ort-of-5pafn (t least, It should lose hisv Job: S nd he was about toPre n Ai t r S
when he htA jy be required o
|he ln to9 1iyadded for Veracity's sake, the put hand to pocket. 4. Applcatons must be s" 0 6. r th
tion. P,433t6 r oft#l00a l d fair enough after a heavy Then he hesitated. Hadn't he dressedA to the Colonial SecretsY -Of t.
a long tway ftyo a 2 ,lo. k hait howathed some c thte ben told, he a ased himself, and dortaert t AthAolia gst, 1atf, wi, be given tho a .
oan Fernandfo ep n. ;St r go b off the Pavements). hadn't he read in the '"uardlan." and must be on the presctibed
a n enterestpd lIi history will that it was wr-ng to buy in the form which can be obtaheprd frim 20 and 30 years of
te remember that a war was raging black market, that It was encou wrag- Ih ca b ta o
S len' some A artin of the globe during ing illicit trading and gross Pro- the secreariat. POst4 are Whole ULi
the ld.tr p i thist period and, In consequences flteerinsg? With these thoughts, Bill o notable, rr i r ot
It circuate. It et lain there was a world-wide scarcity of who was just an ordinary, decent, Control Bloard 7. M
whether in mya t dnterlal o cf allsorts. To deal with hard-worki ng fellow who paid his 1 9-
last ct v I n ni tu atio in Trinidad, a body bills regularly and went bsto church Npgch r s ly qualified drumie
that ever= .ht yd sgqi t r.s formd which they called the every Sunday, came to a heroic de- mence at $720 pt
the land for e m w rt-.'I Cbntrol Board. cision that he wasn't going to start
mean, t eV1kpWIitrIt controlled was a little breaking the law at his age, or en- UPPER LEA*THgR ditton- temPora-y
to the a foar etp I the ordinary citizen tun- courage anybody else to break the is 9 Bdblo.
that everYbody a l oST u e drs4tdid, 'because the confusion law.
u land. All wee pnIT n re4ig In the Colzny during Sooll didn't bu the t yre but It is hereby notify that llponaes
rirle didn't buy th t yre, but w Old Appointment
uthe land. an4 wi opp on tf'm that 9riod was very great: what he di lose his job in consequence: w ill now be Sgratie lot thee Atent
ealth circulates, It sets th wheels you ntlded' you didn't get, and what and there was verylittle work to portauon of Upper Zeather from
of Industry going. and'th azf~n sa you l n't.nred ou got -not a very be found at that time, all the big Canada. Names of possible sup- IfistslC@ and
heIftsi an e 'else u state of affairsagranted, btt construction Jobs on the bases haY- pliers may be obtained from the pAsin
get goint. tI'. even t1 0WatImest admirers In come to a cloe. Secretary of the Control Board. AP ltons "
I was told that My suggestions would hardly dare claim that this I0 !1 Stae dread L. Spne, to e fr edtor
reegarding ndustria l"lng IMdd Control Board p assessed a sen seof ndT9, yvicedslwncoshould
adid not go far ad g.14"0logic. An pn, my frinl we cme to Secretary, ontrel Board. vices and should
OP60 11110.o1 ar thing-t' ~sd .. .. ..
t0e1h36er. trc% h fatusiet(eli not laterth :i
ust etaketidas s5t l t 'Ao f ltstetr days O1 Post Otce Building,. t "
e N bying aytntefor hnheisns at a. there agaks t et. Vincent Street, 5til (
1at there are setera l Mor tin- time wh'B arling fteed for c irks came the day vhin Bill, operate ort o an ating
trles that can b1 Itt4 Ni1 was need). And't' l' thatI s Jus olt -ourom trami g the stree week
rommorci a..d. all--h thtr at-dy hitorans can aterwee Tisear h of a o, con- 2nd August1944.




pres?% "t-aay b>tor ians^ ca # ofterh we c~ u e se vc arc ___e___________________
could not write everythil)g th tOiscover about this peculiar BWard united Ia crime. Yes, my friends.
I %anted to as te numbe of t o q o nf its *til tnove peculiar methods. )crime, a truly terrible crime. He ObS G *
jor thearticles re if. na , stole a loaf 0f bread.a4
Sutc n tieeW #'4 WWe IFjyC, And he stole it because h le could i g
auchuIndu.tieos $ 'st .h lower, ldt set back to Bill not bear to return home empty-a
far tu r ln g g ro w n in th osto - .lot! .. .. . ... to ct
and manufactarlnng thi oi fIor f8hrSith and his PrOl- .BJill. Bil as handed and face that anxious little
anda well e ntna,.l gOth4 04 Cherfamnilyof his staring at him with]
use and for f l ud4 Wu quit .well..p.oyedor at least he on a i Further to the announcementtmadeot
sldered. The ter cln W as able to -ay his rent and feed' .ey .1; with bh.nger, r cokifng for ui
eIn 4-d clbthe his children reore' thelatc so-m ..dom..OW-! is regretted that the s.s. "Tobago" must be
to ndthesp-qlthe But, there was one aday frm therinidd-Tobagoer ce til
Now It is u to thoU, lklth Bointment of his content. por ths fen ore osnswt USiel
come out w i moreu bsc was a hard man n cety, and without extenuating All outstanding passeuggr tickets mus
comhe outm ore. o( was a* harda aat andb^ (that's n wat the
th wiu Whenever Bill was late to work he cirutn (that's regarded as cancelled, apd applications for
a co wt tecdgJudg w ayi Bil wet to s l e beim, anyway), Bill went to t th t r
Suarabell l exceedsl y c te anistion ments should be de to the arbou
U tthi bsaork ness ot coming latest b Resdors of to fiar nre enlightened Port-of-Spain.
to' WorkiA wa heolive' s fme.iv e mie will be shocked, no doubt, at fp
m C yet city ,ha n eated fvemriles ut tale of thiA lite trtanedy which The scheduled service qf the a.s. Trin
the iPOW. %'d leSdisal ak city and 4 rnsot l ilb r
Kindly Int I iq t at Wt attrtnspor ce bout for the'sole andsimple tinue, but priority passage qnly will be gnt
toentto co yit.
naew perm it d Ur. I th l 'eat 'ro'tf workrsco per n that an unhappy man was
t .- rn cit every orn- iest enough to refuse to deal 'in residents, and persons travelling be tween #
"Many i4 f thJe, 0r this pI jbk market. They, will ask why on business. B
w te'& n of t orprior.0ptir o Is those___ __times,___ __it
tt nu tat, lp g r1at waer, o w phad T ought or rented w pvrnme t
rvf thedJ e tllm hts aend dSownce from t 'wr.t ople to deal on TRI A GOVERNMENT
g 11t t' p 1 I 14e te nhfse of lme h lac r padnlarket, Itl d nott so regu- ag
e n Itl.Oa" wo ul'e o f is very 'e ao a It e rol of su n oplies of such
t~ nht l~ d 'ca o Ia iti vryreasonable usu rerl fs glE 45]l & g 't F ~l :i
of1 made no difference n hse ltvellhood
Th* ChWe bos't.' i" 4Wr 44t thn n o bn d ining ,uch articles, NOTICE
t fo 16, hs Wleet, W ,.i ill, fearful of losing his lesner priority over persons with t
an mtiier t f is la wyer;t n a. n B l isk ttle tr e ser no interests at stake.
cothe nuwrto t d lays lesnes at _4tgFh '[t"'.1l, 'te dr qnswer, ,ccordin to that e
days ~ ~~~' 0 lail bcyle'aweUl-knowpa historian, 1. e Biiuihk, nDsoeyDy uut tqlpaeg ..
court with thastS4M ql~rfsr.t of p 401y On Discovery Day, August M 44 "ot cle!s lDWO
isatth tis aigf aff yimse?. a bicycle e who h delved Into Tritildalafl oan Sunday.
otztrhjh with some thoroughness, is
Could as aw 5ile ill ove
the L Oycie ntto n hTuesdaye August Ith, a f S
Sthte 'Q. rfot e t that ot Governmentoferethoseoday for San Fernando at 5.40 am., prIqnMg there at 5.496^"
74 O B-1Atrpally i horughess 5 O usa uut6haseiltpwl ev
th ato qtwa as lo In the vital tas of arres Ing -
both lndlo 'sad tat, ie 2 t m m bicycles not only were naughty old women who would In- Goods Tra Servic
convince t atsthat ts he nw l.r e nlV sca rce but. sist on selling fruit and such like I...rco
I notk16t got A P V ack of transport, cotaltities atone cent or so over _ _
save~'~'mn~a 6W" wee esenialto the eoolo h controlled price, that it had no
athe Colny. time to spare to attend to such T here will b-e no Ioode Tin service on"V OW h
ort-o.-.. Small" SIg simple., n asnhonst hneeI thatta The usual service will trespaplbeoAn
_ a tax- Perishable goods must not te spe
ei, however, b rvwlng on his paYer,'obtained the tools with which pM. on Friday August 4th, and until pm. on
Th0 W l n e st small savings and borrowing from to carry on his job.
ipll" Io l mana ed to et hs Yes, it all s eems incredible to Us
O&rnatdoI. DOBhi rYeI LI W, T. P
S Hj O once again the world now, yet historians, I de Bhunhk
on ni n roaate hue for ill a si in particular, recall it all u fact, Ag. Qenerwl Managst
.a.ll. Mas-i pthlIttle a Bls. call it t era o Uncontrolled 2/'8 '44.
VQ~t0mC~ )11take Ic urseof timve, however, Control.
anded by the continual bump- TRANSPORT E
Tose OfficeW00l4ng o vi t ,t10 4rfsrfaces which Wont To Ride
Th ON htad the Irin Wdadlne plavfully. nc o
i s doubt, call road s, one of the tyro,,, To Al l I1Per e i4 1. ...
i a of fhis pbictj o blew ou. Theradnow day. f..tnhebk .or i nterchange of Tyren and Tubu$ F






Ttht-lSr blcyeM QwfW ta.^o lnit. Tkez.' **alt1W "A? O^ ^bik *11 me. t *r.
lAoniille tnSG ooff to a dealer went 1i. 1and rd bettor wal. -
ami& 7& je Ise i ad ;r e OQs a 0 trol tbs L E tyra* @wsmthe land V0R169 t2 I
In t, o h t "-" ""- 'Vehiqle to Anathor In tOwSame@O
nsctoh;# f I nen ne s tra
r.iwse us, 1 a o tlh tti- ICY,14a to fall do0't help a u an
offle ltIts 010p-. see CM ho it.usal.ma*"-I $a
I, th u~te Mmr tt '3e11t w eka ton *a jarP VtIt we hKa no t har In th tl B0.' aee
Se a wsnt ofd t f'y naeppa and tub a re no c.
toareUby :S r t or ry iiseeIomaxpud tyAs te R 9 Only-t'oonth intrchangheA" tS 401
major of theV 4an NY ig "N. OWttf you had 14 41, e .fease. an t tr m ethdttht use ipeUA X O1 On
IAh e e W0ls14 back. we could "Po i Cannot Mo$whensuch tyreshae" utred w
Onaly." And then he sad tish rvp ser eroun' pirnope ownin mlore 4OmN WA" lice It*








Iy7 rTUpor notwei se
M.SI OU itWith plenty of ivientttialJyluift un
the R:hmUR ~e tI0 -. Board for name spcllo bpurpos. L
r IsWt.a lo. Ifyoin T nheir VIPofrosime
it Ie walkInt yis plowed if the tyres will coftttag tobe
favour 1 oem hitcw ~~lMh An w ll~ a~al0d ordfrsm pe
pqw, bay. 4oal '0e, [hat t4on hW l Theawont to know the reason why AS that 5titellther=t-
I $molvp it n on to re Inner tubes, a sa. fl it., a thir supply, n all other cplAlea I aniseisWritingtrapisthe
wIsCon r"01L s pevs that whened oses tyres. w. lsldout.gency Board must be obtained before any InterSNSII S
walli l ow 4e69f laysor tulm and solution, he had ::I*wryaityu adoes made.
ouf nomn te' uett p puWPpe iislk ck. No doubt, the nUP yesterday. I still had eomqq.
Itso land ohve wei P1 aa pomior man did not wish to waste his eyittokt at left one. Ea p
Islndhav 111 itbraiha,yeIng become qi*fers rwbuen.
tie. why deay Itrtter of t4 med lanl reigned to the funny Mow uttle do I realty know j
onsildersblI popuhts, tit~tle ways the Control Board had A t he wary theas tyrtl go!
consderblePOPI8.155? 1. bA= they're kept for soeand so(1
e4 aymustCnsitself. Bord A the W5Y ibis. tit If a fleet owner had trucks e Lnppd in 4(ljvori
M MadoMvallmu i wo," pay oas Mort, and other trucks WOrking for the U10pii prt
Los "vlll Vdgo" w atetubesllureohermit L the er
f dcpreed, ad At e- atlle t for the ifydrcoudtheulr e permit d ot 5h per
TGsdto'. j 1 Tag as Prhhie tur B1il. tyreldt arr 0- *u "S.rse-tve t wa4 ~w s atl liverln aerated wate, e
:a'ctw hmm hi trgle t b !. s


U.1. pl ~ast bathe Two weeks "tent hr, and Wa-w pelwpp pduk u a
ta n n ~ ~ pwe s~w emi riaed late at w ork m any t im c i s h na l m ake Tttt5p t am a su re W d---t
ot:r':u: n&eitotersieo iigvr al ah.st wf~I. ~ CR~ae o 1oe ftweapssa


itlilil fllflf hflhltfil i IH IUtl ntl uI!$i llutt tllL


Y pr opportUmlnM to get


MAHOGANY "'COCKTAIL"'
.--- STOOLS

only $1064 each

J. GLENDINNING & Co., Ltd.



GRAND PIANOFORTE /CITAL
BY -
Trinidod's Own Pianoforte Exponent
W~~2g~i/ired sjIt well
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tHaled Turk.s01vw
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lu, v iree jLONDO. .AM
the Turkish .a
focal p o f al 1has decreed a
tith e lo cap litica prismi
leday. dwrd up aft rent of animated 1*0* .S f & \
illage. "" SI WN* in th 1o1 e 1
Wo the Two Here
% New 'Plane LawSoci
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o- Services* 1; lsb
at the La" S8s"
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To Start "d
COIWTINU5D FROM PAGt 1 The -iu'esfu a
ny oa "The new company, when the 11od 8. a
4 ne:eery licences to operate have Alvin it5Sti
f O been dtained, will arter from Sinanan, Mr. Do
of the Pin American Douglas DCi p and Mr. B H
m, of l1-paseenger capacity with wn '
"0 ewhvich theyo w Inaugurate a daily examines ati
e.AIR service of one trip per day from Mr. Brathwalte,
s. We and to Trinidad with additional student, served a
.oa tw flights whenever necessary to sup- John Davs. whiie
sense ply the demand of the public,' Thne was attached to M
SenT 'plane to be employed In the ser-
tel" vice will present the rapid, mo- 0-0
dern and client type now being
r utilise d on similar services In the Tvr- C
,nk that United States of America and di c
. nuM upon the main line of Pan Amern- d.1 .
S can Airways system throughout eguzlatiol
nd be a" this and the South American areas.
ls5i "As tim), goes on the company New Tranepoi
back- ontemplates berni able to operate Board regulation
MC.I, a much enlarged service with the nounced yesterday
t in- possibility of acquiring aircraft of August 1, rules tl
of mIts own. be recapped, retr
n time "The capital of the company i sunes the wciner
pted on out a seciftd I
.teh- 1120,000 and In due course a pros- which he Is requl
together pectus will be issued and an offer- the repairer of It
M Ing of shares for public subscrip- turn must forwa:
I look tion will be made, the company to the board *ee
Sfran- undertaking to give the Barbados hours of the rem
there is Government an option to exercise from his premise
polling on any time within three years The word "ty
F crowds to acquire up to 20 per cent of 'he pointed out, does
u stake issued capital. tube.
merely
a roiht& POQS IUTIES
in. .Wtr h t vs t resources n Allied No
.nler organinstion and the connection
Fisersl whieh P American has with A an
Plederal tourist triftd it will be seen that advance
t's &a the-linking up of the company
reside onept. on d with Pan American ICONTINUED I
wept onetoen tremendous possibilities In themselves soid
rept OYIO alasn. 1Tne Dpublicity Which themselves saldi
thslsm 7% ^iYu^^ ^l'ty hc which runs from
seks sa 'the Is.lan will receive at all points which runs fran
ber are served by Pan American should be from Le Beny
enormous and result In expanded west of Aunay.
tourist promotion programme. m- the battle souti
tev ploynMnt will be provided for might prove to b
Ming the locally trained ground staff which clslve battles of
enif- may result in substantial payrolls, much because
Lon 1d The Barados Caribbean Airays through which
service is through lts charter par- stely result in i
We is. ties assured of the most comforts- but because ti
aid. oq ble, modern aircraft of the lowest smashed tht Ge:
tneom- operating, wet. All these are contained them i
V tht it points w h peak for themselves Thi attack, tog
poirder- and t06 refits accruing to the American drive
is my islad14t le o obvioua that we do Britsh flank, 1
it Well. not W at all nWesary to at- mans to take tac
er that t11onpt to Ibour the I ws. gical decisions
tplau-, understand that a-ypllcatlon quence. Mahal
tee made to the Barbados mans can either
h o- veif t $or a provisional li-I It out southwest
the con-doedoe e that a similar applica- can retreat, but
1at our Sim w be iled with the 'rini. that retreat was
muc iaATSS .!,^ VSS
much an doaod dma'nowt -to enable the Germans now tf
lion and e aip"tijMI gillrate this service face the Allies'
o firm at I viiIkbe to supply the public de- .
w"* 118 4 for a regular, dependable LORD HAMaLTO
the f46tnd n ee LOMIDWy Au&
The death has 04
ity f S 11041030 Curirden. servlce of Lord
1 5 IAGUAMAIf, Afg. 5.-Polle Hamilton,h D o
,it for here are invstiga tli two Cues re- the Duke of
ie ia 1 he theft of bracelets from three- burgh Squadron.
ne col- lyear-old children. The tots, It to
i the undergood, were playing in the
ari*. Ietreets wtihn robbed. a -
kiatita- O....A
rage W fOONTINUM0 FROM PIVIOU t COLO.] -_______-_
GiteraR frage which It has always edvo-
the beet cted as the ogical and sensible
itehi qualfleation for the voter. The thrifty way to
Mhr q "Speaking for myself, I regret buy Wfsmln tet1ai .
e" that the oomintlttee did not also One Mbtet a day Is
abolish property and Inbomne quail- all you take to get
n eveiy flcatlons for membership in the your full adult n mni.
udiVt Legislative Council, the quallflca- mum tioy require.
islan. tilons for voting being, In my ments. Look for
opinion, sufficient for the purpose, the bl 1 on
futu "I welcome, particularly, how- the yellow
thy and ever, the removal of the require- ohx. 1
How we ments that members of the Legis-
ire ot- lature be residents or owners of
he right property in the electoral constitu-
S ency which they represent. That is
also & forward step."
M ,t l Dr. Pitt wnt on to say that In
Pa il most countries the intelligentsia r I
IaB congregated s n the large cities and | IZ
the re towns and tth removal of what Ii'a
S was previously a barrier "to our "
heVlifL the least men on the
Cby oCouni Will table uS at long
t1 last have the best brains On
NatlonMl government bodies."
Me tIt have nOticed," he went od, t el'
ult N "th 'pr Mii eof t e Secretary of
IOL.I Sta gr to rtant further advances ..
--- towards self-government so soon
as he has had an opportunity of
satisfying himself that adult suf-
frage to proving a boon; and It is
up to the people of the COlony to
show by the selection oi their re-
led thut preientattivei and those repre-
24M.M sentatives to show by their conduct
lotn 't of affalrs-that they atre ua- CITY C,.
elOn to clently endowed with the truel'
qualities of eitlselhlp which alone PORT-.O
can make detnoeraeey success,
fNIR, "I look forward in the net dim- --
ector *f tant future, to the granting of S..,
rks. new constltUtiih to Trinidad with Appointmel
the executive responsible to 5
Leglslatue elected on the basis of aIstant El
adult guftrage."
lIlIlHNIM llmImIImIlmll.HINIIIHIIIIIHItilHIIIIIHiHHHHIHIIIIIIII Applications are
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q1its 9.5 31 the terrible sl1y.
ean't suffer longer the nerve-
destroying., weakening misery of
pile trouble. Man Zan will meet
surely give you Instant relief.
iold in easy, cleaen-to-uess tubes
with special nozzle applicator, tfrot
all chaemuts.

ManZan
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*ei all tis the ima lathet.
Keep your Lux dry
Keep youi pauicket of Lai In a
dry plaoe* and never tks hold
oi it with wet hand.
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1,y along the line
x Vire up east
Bocage to the
SMarshall said
A of CauMonal
e one of the de-
the war, not so
of the break-
would wImmedio,
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Shamrock's Lone First Half

Goal Beat Colts In Leaguer

Shawock aoond fr to the frAst half and kept their ore-oel
lead umUl te 0 m A la 1I gtColt a ,1-o whipping and chalk up
th* i vitmeyi O the TAJlA. rat league competition for 144, in
a thrlleOw th e Aioelad m 'd yterd ..y.
shamrock 00Mayelal over thirtV
a siSttr W s Mr. M. o Grei the refeee
had tie war$t l-m The teau were:
Sip ho pe M COLTS: C. Hart; D. Husbands .
SSSm eacklaytv *OB pwxt J. SnIMonds; 0. Talt. N. 3vans,
shooftinjust ma galsc5
tsani"fMor(h_ C= N. Wlnn: B. ar Ing. .
001aa,-ng o u. mpson
lb by(LSMW orS 8HAMRQ: 0. Scott; 0. Jar-
SUVAi Is" apg ,, O M c.... .dine, J. Rlgnault; 0. Montes de
[ . .. a., Oc., L. Murray. x. McClean; B.
i 410 M ade at, Murray, .H e-
.,,. n va h M SmIth, S. aovia and M. Wells.
we the cif defender the011
fg .in tOise Malvem Defeat
hmbrocl k raids, hi distrib Police 2nd XI 32
F thSale ovia athe het
the other tour' forwards ran rings Police levelled an early Malvern
around Golfs back line, and Jlust two-nil lead In a T.A.F.A. Second.
before Shamrock scored, Oovia class ame on the Queen's Park
bulletted a beauty, the ball Just Savannah yesterday, but Malvern
]"mn the uprbights. went ahead again to score a hard-
DIBADLOCK BOKN f.ohr three-two victory.
A corner kick broke the OP- _nThe score wA 2-1 In Malvern's
Ing deadlock. Winter Wells boOble tarou at half-time.
the ball from the left id. d _
then followed a beautiful hemdlf New Woodford turned In a eter-
display by Oovia and Murray. an5 6n1 performance to hold Provi.
finally right-wtnger Oeor'e de o enee. second class champions, to a
Matter placed a header, which beat one-all draw In another league
Hart all the way. game on the Savannah.
Immediately the ball was cen- Windsor scored a surprise on
trod off. Oolts launched daring Wedneeday when they whipped the
thrust. powerful Renbow team S3.S.
The ad i brothers were. corn- Benbow did most of the pressing
bining nicely andcaiused a scr but Windsor got the goals, and it
ma.e, but the orw s had not w onlyin the dying stages of the
the opportunity to shoot a JIM- game. that Benbow nAeted their two
dine got it away. gals
Colts seemed determined to ____ ,___. .
equalise before lemon time, and
from a Thompson pass, Jim Hard- TWO bOCCER MATCHES TODAY
Ing dribbled past both backs and Two intermediate matches will
shot a grounder to the farther be played this afternoon.
end of the uprights, Just outside a Colts will oppose Maple on the
Scott had come forward to lIter- second class ground With Mi. Ken
Ht rp. u Laughlin as referee' while At.
9olt' Hart was applauded 06" Mary's will clash with QRC. on
most simultaneously with the i- the new ground.
terval whistle as he held firmly a Mr. E. Yates will referee the col-
Hamel-Smith's header from a cl" leg* clash.
vi's kick.
After the Interval Shamnrock
again had things their own way., Maple will play the following
but Simmonda and keeper Mart team against Colts in a T.A.F.A.
were a force to be reckoned with. intermediate match:-
McClean was the hard- A. Valentine; c. John, F. Turton;
est worker, and together with pivot V. Rocke, J. Carr capt.); D.
main, Murray, kept the Shamrock Cowie, S. De Silva, I. Atherley, V.
attacking five always moving for- Joseph, C. Burke, B. Chee.Mooke.
"war, Reserve; 0. Fenton.
CLOSING BHUFFL ____
Hart'e fine goal-keeping and INTER-SCHOOL SPORTfl
61mmonds, steady full-back play
di ondsnt stoeadyesfull-backplay Three inter-school spnlt' meet-
did not stop the pressure in any ings are carded for today.
Way, and B. Wells, left-winger, %he feature meeting today
boot. I a hard grounder to the will be the Teachers' Union sports
nete. Hart Intercepted, and the to be held et the Oval, under the
sphere rebounded off him very near patronage of the Mayor of Port-ot-
to the touch line. Centre forward Spain, Mr. H, 0. B. Wooding, start-
Hamel-emith was on the spot, but ing at 3 p.m The Oval sports Will I
kicked wide from point blank rabie, be open to city primary school,.
Shamrock made another fine of- with the usual events for pupils
fort, and Clovia sealed outside, and all city school will be granted
Colts made a shufle in their a half holiday to enable students
e1t maringdthe camshufle ingterto attend.
ine-u nearing the elose uttn M The other school sports for to-
Downs nt centre ay nil be at Chatuanas "
Bertie Thompson did not play ---
with his usual brilliance at this tiAMocK PLAY TODAY
at&$S andf thCots, rMi itA this._ *MAflMum PLjAY TODAY
Ite and the fintfitgslopped .Shamrock will play a practice
in he lnkin|staes.Th eydZ match on their lOtd t50P2
not fight back, as they did against to .kn! *t". .
Pleet and lost by the lone goal. '





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SUNDAY, AUGUST 6th at 8.45 p.m.
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Sf Trinidad SImple Smart Fritters Are TODAY GLW-E 1Toa
____ 1IHouseDress A lwa. s .Goo. tsji c M la Nail M.dck l dCtm t 4 4.
of ? 2 |and mMutt mVul.
fill-In* not-lager

Eh _.m aim was tho g _e.t o . . a Ox l Imn aas ow f l s
1 & A ooS, Moca tIon A" 5"apy oga'rft5 ".tit. " Start out w Iv. asr sia we ,
S A HOOAV Arienory Ammd .to .t .n. /_ ..*. -. .*.".'.'."- ra cor. Now make W" at 10 1
Uni.,r ,a te. siaand s_.OW- /
CL Sour. atpinuheoffsaWtldMeehtybebe
lauteon Wdn.dy.=M=gan lf

on r ,, his home. anu rl t aio i ima-. ir its sj |mal


SSoan punandeao. e tar Ifn ther addm mosBa.".. CH I'~n~aer' a^at* |^^f^^^^^^^^H^ s^I dltCArrNTOR ^
SO^tI from the United Stat y Pa.Al Ar--lwo sinaea ne on a hot peseg t
1iefr thi M ee were A he Nisble C nd Mthe on hs Ser with sru or Westt pae a an T t *al Of
e wa 'lntinMao.ey. he have c on o o ther s"u d sato mtey: I
C=e6 r ha 0: .Mxs ... c tinnerer a .T
&jGon.k Clarenoe Maloney .heas ent .fo se rah years.. ..
*M t "n Coetr Clb-g neolOgY hlr Atlh ouar t U o v e i UY ie nouh to supply tree or f .our G r MU
w t hr s weenrec a olled by hs t woCy y.th bo yr the- El*4 *41 ** S O ODDS AD ENDS
d. A. H. Maloney. f the ow Universd staff, andso piO and
is ao 7 en rney of LAWa t o
n a p .- fo on "a bt "tt. urnI. "Mte t9 o hIae b I t & of
i a consul rn ing Trinidad will be h nto ested to l that madothe sou erom odids ad ends
et en aointeMd O Bvernor of Clracas by t nairesident of .. which, In wOrnor dayS Just west
Io. I ueoetand tat th.d a one os the ig-hes oy s_._tri 41 in. gr ast.. a bU at; VAi hi= o

Sday ao L ict -----I---l Clark -ave a small party at hi N.ow there s another fritter bat- 4.M A ar
n Wednesday evening atr the dance the Cuntry CltUi. .--a" hsd tar which uss baku powder. You w
rg th even ,L M alRt. a rYh Barr n, who is 0n ezfellr t h .s "* ig kin to '.rr it Mix tester
M and Mco poe tr om oher. entertain. es ned t g tM, o w* O-. ". in upwo r, apnhofl an L D--- 4 Fd I JE I
atm ander Bailey. L.eut Waterrntaln, Miss Mary Iot. He neD, .. them add gradually 1 eup of milk
D. Hte t eln. A e' Cup t. Makeni db Mr. Philip Vira l. t. t and the n atd well-beaten e. S T t 8
it., Mis Jean Abraham of P t. Hennewv Wand Mr. John UMen. U ga boote i
arnI0 base, there |i an endless vaoiaty of rd SAiy ug Tonlghtyu ae .IstC N TOR

U TreeMiM A Iands Hos it ~al. n Athoey; I is i et to---- T = enough--------- to suppl three orUaA tow U I UV ~ WM N AT (IC
Mrs wer ao Bto emP rn that Mr Bl t rhe -roaeMr, I pfruito and vegetables w|ich go well nd |r M Mann im
s.nor oftler M I tha Colonia Secretary's office. I s acting i n r ittert. Aod-a bit mor ml 3 ROAD TO SINGAPORE TEE DESERT
lor D rd As .stant Co lontl secretary is 1,e Mr. As i. ta ths ri es SAD y I yN ilk .j Ii Nul mh I. I u l i
d an fritters not too |bready." Al, I .illll llli*a l
a slMr. ny fPfaoalways add an ra egoand .l- IaB ilMn|flUI y li J L h llghlu
S. e ways bet yolkth a wndcet se ar- r
Soodci tsfls an T crebback still do a flours hinl trade t aitely, bocaus e that. m ,ans whean.
T binidad C(outry ClubofhCrecthe byoung rsetg o ftwhiteinfoldedi jlstwentNamKhtho y --d--t w..t
oi rf the lub nd ts a r asked to note that there wil b a un t u n Qto-,i i a-'t dBd rto. be ip KdMWaU S a ta Wilk ry, g s d aTy

enela. Mr. o n Min regrros se,. Dny odn DTwgr.n, Tom. 7 :i dt r rSoF to ai

WUO an0. f - Do., I.Kel e, an M d Mi ll.p t Mr t the fritters was Is "ps ae, .... & .
t w lcc e o Mrr M -l rr h r. w ho r tun ed t o T. royinida"re ur ed "toaP ste a Pierrei' a yeoverft overb,,dl.... . M O O R E




o day M r nings a ter Mt. he ancdT tt M rysl. .nW b.. ter MClr'usb, *ogtu dr y, *ld | YAW nL MTime
&d enthereveoie r likeondayry itaMixnPsai ea e 4









i / rto, T i Mrs. Joehn o y at Hennca, Mr. ouO dn*n o l. .. ?* ... .... oi ivI__ QS a ^ m ^ l S ^ Ik^ J B T^ iy ^ e'.* ^~
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olth e addI
D. Hattn. I O~lAsst-fut. &oen LAp Mr. Phlip Woietr Sw t pdm. lli N' '4r
0 0 sanduthens o a lovely adean



a t i Th ri. notiad n t d* C xub was a fairn la -re cte w n-ra B hvi-.__ il Ih 'o a a s A. ftM*ti a s a' Ns it


Ml Ate nan Mf -m i At dahadsy ,t P .e.~n.... ar eoheng Thel a e nVi bosa I, s binoaing rs all 6 MieIT TLXTi
>R aend will betoe r thn ev rndthad Many oIeM n C pts I fris and. ved C tals on cr t. o.l. \ie- ^Wl Ww S SI ,Q. mDen n Mora"

WW 2dA s o ithian m i. Secetay. |Ut on In! Mr. X a it tero m. p.Mm S b M wil AT 9 2A
nT, t prdor. otnei alth e Co l e a bdre usty. ,Ba c A otf i acnttigi. T o n rr iw y ro u iU R.A TO T= 5
6= oc tate nd ra .-b ck ad..d...lo ris in.trde atway.b st.ols a d ait apis. ............


s nJr an decu ow Mskedy to, Mr and Mrs. Doetha. th. illbAn, MIAs SZd k-MePn I
C Giesi.Mr . orig.M. and Mrs. JtoC~r 'r~ HenMr. and"- Mrs.C...t. Camp h ve,
there Norris.Miss Gloria ig oclba teI, DLt. TyDa. fillkejust ed8610tuinedoto Plted a-ier eMDgacov e ry a gencte, t 4Trinidad.3 Slsof orFin


MissnClacdiastchsuaM.onWdnMsdyeeng, tthe s din h h a Coutry C ub. aginsl m. Murda AugustOAtL[ R1

15. Scmt.Dicvr dne ereea M rs. Th~e, lema M-ahoe ylc Capiet. Henes, atth Halstino.H "el "arbhand ibSarday, Augo s 5.O~ "**~* B LS
ot a *a1rnew d ooinb, M Club a s etr i rMi lane (one, 'te Weahe rr w asprltty e s od and Di Novei dance,&Poence Fee As-
Cad ajolyteenng. ;Yat dfta vry .1oabe oiton ay, 0If D F ~ ~ ~ -


tons MI ss...an AW.iI. .e.o"n..... g s calls
W emeadg MiettAnntand isPaind e ardhony comment s Pat cross Concert,- --,Vs Vic-ODAY DI SCO"VE5.111111111




5. m M~r. a ,rnd Mrs. NarooEto.M evil dett Morx. d Mrs. Ra-di'.,mon Programmes m. 00 @AL3*W
ows. os of thder. mjr umsi. Ttboisat.Institute.rea-Hu&,39 __




Smicitl Prflpt .M. and Mrs. ME.~ C.r t Mr. Kidana w, Mrs saci ... '5 A ..... '"
Don5Ms.a.l Toor rowI B ahll 1o,1
. M r. and M r us. Jose rn a Mr s.JuLeso. Mr.eanndu r.C it.............ve
e ad .BoylefMr.Ddscovery. t . -......... inida N
r. an Mris. 3o, L___ Mr. C oland r.Rd ,etii, basil (n the1) oll Coun try Cl c.0 aur., Agu. obU. .-"aN
Aeft Z SrARfAto. Ms. hela Mhon y, at.Hnessy, .... at he Dastings 4 -o elBabdoi ~x ovary da aft Pesverance
C60 h 1te cire Miti s' s a Jd an i endi ere a, inE l o jinnher fortie, he 'o lu, Satura yt A gust51.1 mead


SNtS 5.T" Melvilfle, Capter _______ri wWpTgoooLeA 1
Zigtiin wee 'ti. nd Mrs 7 Ke n S Wa lli,Mr Ladieut..isoery dnor ~ ~a '* Prtugus e As-S L
l~~~~ia.2I.etoete Mthney. atn tran r o n e i, M is .. vry. 3o a'bl e r tor



Wa n n. Jo rahl:s Lnd.Wls Wda ock.iMIss time.I .30 t nrSaturday,.,ugistiA. 8.30i& NT
Mevin@ Mrs.Te ry ., CMissy'latO hsAnth'dony:RLieu.UandMt=_-aP.a .se,,uonao
Mir. LEler M %r si Chmas. Joe Hr-eay let. Stp.LouisQordon and _n R a d. o r o g ra m mde as va
sac 01.444Oroo andordS
DWS1*1IFQpI. S3&- a d M rs. E and.gV. in taie ClMiaslU. A. uaii Na Caroi .
t101K M.akesd heMrL 4ale l ad nathe w.mralenCIs H wne- u. 0 "nminpm Bas'1 e V i- w he N 71 e & bAL "PTsua
cide and W ,nrG w, W.tanRod Mn hrs da, A. ug.st 10, a t7mis e I eN al Hit P rad e s eaneQu iPsme~lt' o
Mr. an STheat nre. ieut.as had wide eanderleneif.Ba In smae, 5 46:V) t lee....n 411104 BbCTb / sA a Jm e
Xm-s in AIRFXtal U 40b a d Cypus, inet I Sa keste arean jd arwA Itsll )411!4News atomomandight o rw astsClub O
1 Q askd boMn er frwerr Basinn FQurtet fNoctrime rI
miyliall dtn ig'altout te klr orri. y aNmleatwsti r-- _ -_ _ _~~ O YR
mee been vr %tose mn e p r sFidWdurt r, and Lgan.54 P Mrs. 00 N." waaits n Crbb raimery j I oay .0 5 Tmlh e ,3- To
:136 GAN VAi U HAVE CA I~jq,
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evn r.TkO-Ml- ~oilhy tidtMadMs. :5 arnva EtcMlriWAI MASESIwendV.1
tiM.Pi Ms o arr ___u- Lou rI MrBJERand 0U GreatFRGNilEerNDEeeTW
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MONARCH PALACE-San Fernando r' -'"O
TODAY at &N p.m.- TODAY at 9 &.3 p.m.- I BU L
Columbia's Vinsatlienal Double:- =
Man MARAJ Presents:- REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY i'TiDAr L.4 8JI P.m.-
(Mills Be.) &
ROCHANERY BA1HARR DESPERATE CHANCE FOR
Temrrow:-The Whale Serial es- M ELLERY QUEEB N I Wallace vT, FPar
OVERLAND MAIL ."-w lImIIII BAINT=
Tomorrow:--Tho Whole f oa-e-om:,.- ]ASANTWbu lg,,]Lt


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8W& & M"~-c AWOMAN .- Looking Ahead 1 |J -
POT FORTN -1 "SALUTE W
TONIGHT at a.*- -to the|
*pdtal RwMt lPr1*r10Aorue:-'I^B._-K r 1 S BV&* NKul NlE
lfllSBWHli. CHAPT ji~nM~

Stormy Weather MARINE aO.1___
Staahg:- -Lea HORNS, Mn
ROINSON, F.at WALLER,
Cab CALLOWAY .3M LOW
ToWmrow-John GARFIELD:- &IMA
DESTINATION TOKYO D E i WODAY 4M .
S---In A Lovely Home- ODAY 4.8, 8* p.-.
SQT1TPPTING ir HERS George RN, Br JMm DUNN,
IJR APP L. G L Mot Modern Bu MARSHALL Goe TOBAS BU
____________^ gakloWw-3, 2nd Ave. "6lSOUTH of
o..-.-Cacad-.-ealo 2,W| "O T o ,mm
An IMM L De ]Lae Hen-3, i "LIVI
noM & Oeam NuInn,"t Soettmmhe Street, SUEZ"
g- mu j u ;Wt. Wl _P_ 11 .. Beet affer.2
-S ;5e." S l"Sm 5. 3. 2O Albert* Street-a-
W" httet. nk k ttlk u6. - th ^t .... M. n
woo Aa y 16 Jgee Road, San =
SJua ............ Cheap.l John GARFIILD, Fra -s
t. 96. O7th Street, Bra- E FARMER, Pat 0'BRIN
ftgU t m. c bas, leS ateet ""FLOWING w04
1. raetiealy now Den- o
saew0Gt~ GOLD""rie
THE BRITISH AND .Sftiem.... GOsla" "Arizo
3Ad$ 1000 It'l YTOW Chtu To Mew 21
ALLIED MERCHANT S-Smat. J oph ass..M-_,- BRon
Reade ................ _
NAV CLUB Is" gtn: ; "i t- i ia
1 1. f Ste ft ...... $12,000R "
N WS MERCHANT SEAMEN I=S an FernA
OF ALL TilE T1 1..1lTDil e
FA1hNAION 11 TODAY AT I A 8& P.M.J-
NATIONS 13.? hlyoM 2ND PART Or OOLUMBIA's 31W -W
w n ..o. . .e VALLEY OF VANISHING
___a co*J Aw'ip Wftt 3"U SBJOa APA
ST. AN'S OAD 4 Cati. teta 8
,- .SI S,, U.... GET CRACKING
SAT.. AUGUST lth. U tk Dnhh 4 D e AeSt, A W qNT
S'L Jasme, eeen$.I
It. I Now ,l U~l
VallI..... .- -
Touramen IL Selsso Darpis
Kind113-LOT, of b pen tounder-
NJo k' sT" ee of"a EMPIREwsa. F
SinS!-. eosj. TODAYr ATIL OS PM jL AND QgTWIMn46
-,E UNP, IOW R IAi.UftNIS!
I the Dis~agaebted WARN=W =& Ro. H T W, ,I p=,
ratiaf *f (* i~ mi. ULe m G ua m THOMAS A ^ f ~ A V
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SMOthJilTerm 4th Term For

^ wps's d put MR, Thnm Roosevelt
4 I-yg Ptrism- $*/No* twf4 04o tPie VRS
Mr, 1* P-" P" P9UpA aStip
!hW 44 d *"ltitl&o of PresMe Rm

Aft_ ACV ___e__ _y ; g aeteie wtato


^gJ a g.tr Governfor uevelOWW

here bit t0 S ofIr. ]bel i^^^ler,
wtithowhends WlvtemM t or e.r Di i M.' a-I



he thei wa wholeed pts coisaid
Guadia in Crrelpondent. aoliu b ind the t, aInde t
*3i pnwas beaon tonp



*Uitonir th'a~t ta Pl rent in the Ch ettcin r.IW.' r\
phis Vice-President t4 i t V SL i ll 45,






,f music,, got mal es. nslts Mvma p wall a gone in.M 2d wth othe r u .01" 1= 0
..^ 1 r I ~ohft e.- W tpl r--
Ma dIsITou oara 0rTat In th- Vgitut d Rlifl



atlj d e st a e threeairma an M er e i V ROn h t pip ta c ee
st ttai
s d the s be returning ae h ererby Mr t.hoe o M Tl l iqn otht
SPtowardsh a t ive en dt of0 "am olrtivhon h nrS te. r







H ~lr '' bl w hc "i?" W^". epptln otot Dr ey T-Rnd"'ndD. .HbfttlW eart y ~lialn n etws
visit wa im d to c inci etoo
A nd p aracipfythe c giatr Frank- ps ctaont 27e ntr
n ,dute idna l alo. c te, arvard hUniverit y and vpqr
h P aise Pr t a o cv bft .ce on the eve Russell ,iooney,'6 ft ,o.Thir





oI te Pvisit on etim orn-ide r oveen e ae fnto ove, b.
fjpo t AIs pinltte. th a re the rs ule t o ir n Al,.
sub JIJ pni i ar rin- JT:,., pW S lls 4Strpo ar-


ma bI0 Nma, 3 roa the e t ttwill bo e in prwith e th e n ro ersn. om in .A
toe1;r a PP1'r Will L-0 The tsaj -



it wo rtr, 3.suff Mt ty e 'ivt, ".vL were bs tbi h or A"y top ro- b Dbs Lk









;-I M at yli K it Ann s tis e t ary. . .n w 62ov o nes iss W e an^ o orunde r the terr -+ __ o..... ..... .... .
..... ca s T nd the Weal Indist te .. ..
gbtw .han 6hex 3 a- "i m time ts t o tprirnt"e be da! 'l an T lahome.
g l d" t h d abbol teacde. rrh(in Incresp tha Mr et on they ic agdtin tht .
o thes annual pay ment o shotiv b efqre his urp Pn d tto,
d -c ly b welfare schemes, Trinidad.' oihe ri p i Honour In th
IN. two student
nd M n princI palr the ggantc drain- I as tant attorney-gtn d i li n iof rr t
*qud i iqg~tipri@co 0projec- *hleoh 4;' p



Plrl nise ... ... s e-coatl aYn-0 01e p I t o n s-


I'- Ir u lt 6rkav ot 'he Touth o reProvision s ed o d r f a touaag at m ooclmcmner
ofKi to During the absence of the Go a- atv
at Strt and the West Indies to

t.. wanex o y , M strengthen their busiyOess and s a r .-o-nIr









shied Miss Theflma tolSio In ABkutolast Satla durf n y~peen tug esth e r y ........n Beehoen
at f the chool' te r 'lon hs pit.rcal relations, the rebty v, hgett nh tolrtent
.two students hia cppldMer. ier-ra ial and intern- Hoan ou edIa out







V^~ts ~m Ofl, Youth mWovems Taen ^ mebe of Guarilhme.po-ordl... Col Prtr._ _
and Mater suRa no MPerr Ps stenarnd or thea n oditgo .Uni vesi ty. Canada n aes i
l uoteneis Ia -d it om mie e saoci .n l t the ra. (b o e F t To art.

B r tthe -the-J'-T.-RaThea'd ad Dr. H.ut A.H.f ot Meldart flatoc ia B eite Sw here 3
H ia -on tharesu t o h er Y the conmrsProvisional ,ted t ng_ l f er 0 afternoon. owas d I
tes C ounceilfrm aso et ed by t rRoeota ta0 s 0' tVcou ie a uch tins re-
ld "formisa hethe t 5 e s b m RoyalV-A t So l 19 volvia Rat harran. Naparthe
pssedMis Th lm a InstltUtf last Satpt4av af-0s
Ofa the school'. te Proon, isionelEptpecuti. Georgen irs' High &hool graduate &bv M It
expressed the T. Daniel as chairman 'and Mr. o leave for medical course at Tor-

S the stu eLennox Pierre as secretary of the onto Univent of arsfity d Crin o i-
mus lian, whc P=ovi. s onh l E executive Committee A radolocilonI nventopr, the re' d tGcovernment scholarship.
Sh on oroy h left "ver for subse- suit of oint researchefortstiW, Dn llr .
utQt M-.q t ring, e ntion pf other J. T, Randall and Dr. H. A. H. oot.nheart- solicitations and eto ishe


p es cv the committee, was selected among 2o entt t ior .r.succes by the crowded IA
ed on the results, o Brhe council alt elected byo- Hterize ofi$j40t fFere 11 by to 1,Pinehouse 'which witnessed pie-
h ,ld" bri Bef yPot 15 delegates to be i ember in ientti to her of a pure a the
., tilfol wing the Provision al Executive Co the Improvement and ecourage- function preside d over ov Mrs
)baer Sall nltee Jllolngaretheresltmenit of navigation.oF Prenk Hnraford, vice-oreqld~int of


onit t F are1 the elec ion: The arie, a'dpa to persons O f t chool 's Alumni Association.
Games, 3 Miss Joyce Mr. 0. Habib, "Why Not" Dis- British or Allied naqao" itt, OIs of-

IR ng. D sion. o hee T al o,62 tu the Wmeers. Ts | |V' of the
Tela Eiodrne, 8 mlsng irls' Work Board' Thomhas ray Mimorial Trust, tile

anche, 3 Mane- r sH. Mayors, Und of Mthoung objects of whicTl arp fthe adv'ncey -P ro i s as Tol
Pt ople's Christian Society. 56;Mr mer n *pt'of th s tence onf-- 'rpav..i.t.T va"onB n








*19r4BUfh Exaper Wihnt only -,o -.bl butar h 'igly e~n-r.i cgnitl onbl* tway roma ae. Ovrtr ..... E n" .... 'rv
R^a y ReQl Lewis. L. Brathwait .law t students' and the cientlc and educh t lonalS '

ds 4? M.i t B. sI I. durine csts ofe ---------- s atr l, tho t.Beetoen
3oMri oB .e tvey, 53: Mra. etA. Thompson, Trini-hn tr eh t ft r m catle y rhin
qi4' Hmen O and Tlobg L P i tm pon i ofer Tae ar n fer d again The Police Band will perform at
0. th ilu E. th g r2 m m e iq v ie f u n cio n a saWC A A i mi a pr iz s .nath is e vei i n g ts ta rt-
OP MisI3avdo.~ MivfssV. Rs. psBlhop's High th _ois er ni o on'd Lpr t San tr
~hoIToago 4; he evT.0.asked t owrdporof claim 'to Ing 6 #.0o'Oclock,


Ulu1 Da vi, Wse id. 48: M"r.4gRe G the acting secretary of the a ocety Programme is as o follows .
Sbeltt l. Weslee e Guildse, 4:I Mirr v 1 .lt "rch .'....TheCavalryt Call'o..
Af Lm lnt t t a ite r arW i s betweer n A of1 Ie, ld stpne h... Eilenbergd
b 4; M. K aa fnagemn of t f reOvprturet .....d... .. agenunt
Ex-pr" t 42-Wi 'Mr.s K- In repo=pit io-"he ose
B;, on thke r3-napstd iSalylo. -t a e Sl teethoven

hew oiale o t o de eeds I "Thisr Is nthe # ".r..at Berlin
oImn eOf i e yay h, poe W orkhes apre any membeig r of thpa itsh ml er-.o t Po a rter
ltheRomeonwo eh0 elu r or erM' r ofad han t navy for wdi e l aof out- Two No -
IplmiqrwtlJr.n0. TI&Tqp stariding professional merit.()"o'l eerK t
&Atyeatrs fun en nI he society's 1943 prize Wns- ( b Five 0 TwHI'
iawstofeted tp Mr. srae "4yent q Melodiesdfrom .. "Bitter Sweet'?



*entr, r visit thatAld lha stdet Me .,n a* sixth 1e yreeretof tr ... .fCoward.
til. ne fw ,84[.S.In coe howIelt (;aIlotseupdyavouritea ... "Rober,,a"








thetf wound qay- lturigh t o aPccep 0th t d pr aa/ ^HR Ksou. ^m
00arP.H a I management of T erI Ltd. .. Ker. e
flits fromn the Gfrl the wosda G iru
ionrin'G lass at Queen's Roya Herakeyoeel"u ndp"
Centre cloryristh eeii first termW Kl
W t with a social unction on Wednes-Drl.drta e aobr. .Sb, Ar AEvinU
day night, spoke In high aipprecia- been. ralledh to ty U. upl you.




ina4 sVton of the value of the classes. foni2 4pp0t fu e oe
y I$f or 4 u"T744 you"oW uthe lei- itl of Aris ntupr f LIVERooI
ture, amoy of ther odeclar aived rin th4 V ang les
'-'-enot cme, i profitablenbutahig'rly e n- pvonaT4 ir on'. ednts-
to.rema.p there t ie, fqund being in the -lla ndss tAp irty 05eI h a.'Wel tso3edFell of i4n"A
Lcu r replied that stude narty a.bleintoyour bowel% daily 1thabileamt
i of Val enthusiasm nin the classes ..dy.'itThe Man eras Llosixup your
vey ecuaigYafsb~pu get cor'.tipaled lobur whols







p'vl 4 *, ] ,,h % t,,, p, vryenouagn. Iof, ,wo d ntuwr
Walo w o turin an the concert Prc- e h Lt rldl ok s teak
1qg* ngrammeto the function was coms- A jr oe oeetdm' e ti,
Cd.ofuntil unity singing led by Ms. L caue. It takes those famous C ter at







l vr.Ianattsetooaobel
po.Pashle. ThMe property ins Main Stiept, jag f~reqeqly mad ke you I el u- ad p
Tobago. known 45 the l iem.gnl g11un ""' ""t
ROY L gyfJg1 LiverPills on the red package. &tuse aaor
r e a l c n s i s t i n o f i n*d0 1e .19 4 h a v i n
War Fundadfrgonstage-of7feet "d asi h
44W -d In ,EfSIUYH~S of 150 fppt, cqntillniitrl ILtwo-
v niid "g q qt~p rery thi4na V ilar trey btijldiag, the$pounA #poor
~ni y ~PlPr. ylT kin built of bricks qnd the upper floorrircRIE
1- ,- of wood and roofed with shinglesr .







tenLI Ns~uOTIC an glvniedIrn


.SKYI ..AD. FEMALE
y ptaer heelfore ut Will It Turn To F A
I betwe,=n~ly am tM *. -t. ft_
-rrw Uthe designed, LtoVe Turb'*MA i pA fWV rl
.caing AM" b ieessas Fiery EVaE5A
,r ma Lu uahers and Contractors at No. .. I
ly' -w riip .^. the style o? flr ot "!. altt Harris f f5
b B T. Ptfle' *ha basewn disayed hi ,J'"1^*^' -^ ? rMiumme, (
:*. w ON.at as cmr a or
S '-T- o-, *f j -s
41J ulyU" 1!soarA MIw UT TpewI
pad rsby me UOT A
s*w fM an e isidhK.? Lydia E.Pbumkluda#
Me = o r j < f OH. J imO g IiHo k L


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Tyre Problem

Due To Bad

Diftributifo
parentt shortage of bicycle
tyros in the city ha due to bad dis-
tribution, Mr. Ian ok;It. secretary
of the Transport rgcy Board.
told a "Tri .ad Guardian pre-
OrntaiUvw ,strday.
Mr. Goldle, while stlgta that
tho'board was taking steps to en-
e that bicycle tyre dealers ob-
stved the recently-published re-
Ultions which stipulated that
t1hy must expose fqr sale .during
busness hours at least, one new
cytl tyre and one new cycle tube
of ech sIz held in thpir stock.
said that the bWord was 'dqing 113
best to improve the distribution.
He pointed out, too, that the
stock in the Island was not bad,
but that the position at present
that both San Fernando and
the city might have more ofS a cer-
tain size tyre or tube than Is re-
quired.


B,G. Shows Interest
In Tyre Recapping
Trinedad Guardian Cor 'Vpdent.
iDEORlbEWK,: Jul 31--'7At the
fortnightly meting of the council
of the Geor.etown Chamber of
Commerce, held last Friday, re-
ference was made to the fact that
plants had been established in Tri-
nilad for the purpose of recapping
tyres. The Chasbher d4eccle to
write to the Trinidad Chamber of
Cphimerce a iKng If it was possible
tq ascertain whtre the machinery
had been obtained.


South Sympothy
For City Judge
Trinidad Guardian Corrw mndent
SAN FERNANDO, August 2.-
Sympithtlc rolerence to the re-
cent death ot' Mrs. K. Vincent
Brown, Wife of Mr. Justice K. Vin-
cent Brown, was made at a meet-
yesterday afternoon.
Similar reference was made to
the death of Mr. Arthur Roberts.
local playwright and retired head-
teacher.
As a mark ot respect the Council
stood with bowed heads for one
minute in il.nce.
Sunday Sphool
Convention
Triniodd Guardian Correspondent.
TACARIGUA. Aug. 2- The S8th
annumil Convention of th2 Trinidad
and Tobago Sunday School Asso-
ciation will take place on Saturday,
August 26.
FUIIJNITURE SAE


SATURDAY. 5th A UUST, 1944'
at 1.30 .m.
37 SUTTON STREET, SAN F'DQ.
Favoured with instructions re-
ceived from Mr. J. W. Symes, the
urderi*igned will sell by auction
such surplus Office furniture to In-
clude:-
One Map Cabinet, 3 Tables.
Bentwood Chairs, Filing Shelhes.
standing QOffice Blinds; Book Case.
eac.
And on instructions from Dr. R.
Persadc, for sale the same time:
One Baby's Rocking Horse. One
Pram, Wardrobe. linoleum Car-
pet, Large Tarpaulin, etc.
Together wtn olier Furniture
belonging to Messrs. Brown, Cam-
eron Wlatford and Taylor, includ-
ing: Chiia Cabinet, '4eat Safe,
Canvas Cot. Iron Cot, pesks, Beds
anrd Springs, pre"l"g Tlabies,
Centrn Trbipq. 2rap4,Il, Dinlpg
Tables, Morris Chrs. ar4e
HoMse, Radios. Sewing Haia
B e, e rpophone & Recqrds,
ei Chahfr, Flopr Scale,
ailnz Electric Stove and Oven,
-=rpr Oil Stoi e, 8alogratm,
Ce L1, etc. etc.
Itema on view op day prior to
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tlA hammer.
G0O. RAM)IN,
Auct*ioteer.
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NoW i fer-arv
Cream Deoderant
s4oIly
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shirts. Do sot iritate skin.
2. No witing to dry. Can be used
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to 3 dafS. Pngav o4aur.
4. A pure, white, greaelc, slain-
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Cut On
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Vqss,
Sticks,


d Etche4d (l ., Chinese Carved
Jewelry, Candle
etc., etc.


Your Inspectio Invito4.

THE SALES ROOM
1 Henry St. (near T.G.R.)

Phone 8699


NEVER:
Harsh Dosing


ALWAYS:
This Delicious
Natural Food


Crisp, crunchy AttU4AN
relieves commi n Cmqnsfpqton
9 It's q real mistake to use h rsh
cathartic, regularly. They can even
increa constipation ... .may le4
to serious illneq.
For lasting relief from common
cFQsaipatnqa jut; eat 1Keup"'I All-
Bran regularly. A derlicu natural
f0od, it a4s easy, regular eliti;*tioR
by providing "bulkQ to your diet.
You'll love this delicious, nutritive
food with milk and sugar, or fruit.
Try it ... sec whaet naunnig relief it
brings. Ask your grocer for Kellpogg's
4ll-Bran today.


ImlaR.~aqg


Highest Prices


Paid


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IL M. AX= SQUARE


tAt., .U"CK
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CUTEI LIQUID POLISH
0 FASIST TO U$3
9 WAIR$ LONGEST
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* MOST ECONOMICAL
* WILL NOT CHIP OI PEEL


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Neck Choins
Brooches _
Ptdmpits -
Medols ....
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GOLD & SILYERSAMITM TD
42 FROEDRiCK STREET.


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