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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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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00726

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PORT-OF-SPA, T3I, NW -. WA SATRDAIY. AUGUST 5. 1944.


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Myitkyina .THitIer

Captured 0

Focal Jap Point soviets
Falls After Many Ae
Tough Battles
OANDY, CEYLON. Aug. 4 (evM-
ter)T gnal capture of MY nrrT
kyina, the biggest town In northern
Burma, was brought about wh u
American and Chinese troops joined
u fte mkigbigSgains in fight.
Ig through' th.e town. nToday's
8.E.A.C. communique said that sx- B ite B a l
cep,, for some mopping up all organ. t te Battle
IeA resistance has ended.
fighters gave the strongest support
to the Allied troops overrunnIn
MYitkylna. The focal point ocf Mr a tr Now h ol roR
rail and river communications, I t-----
haa been held by the Japanese for
more than two y ars and in the Fighting Reported
past 12 wreks has been the scene
of one of the toughest battles of 60 Miles From
Slt< tet Ithe Burma campaign. w o a ow
SJohn Nixon, B.B.C. reporter, Town of Krako
..., pot infs out that units of Chinditsl.
largely British. had taken a big, By JAMES KING
share In the victory by their fight- LONDON, Aug. 4 (API-Strik-
f Ing in the area which helped to ins from newly-won bridgehead.
W Wok their way alog a bank of the Orne River after they had captured Caen hoke the Jananese supply routes. across the Vistula. Russian troops
in Normandy.--tAP tphoto.)On the Indo-Burmese frontier pushed ahead 12 miles on oile a
A-llied troops have atevanced about With heavy fighting ranging alon
chrlf les mIl n the T1,1, 1Rad the frontier of East Prussia. and












*PWOU fr recent Mthen Drene. O ths _:P S and_ ar no w w it n conutactue withtool|iat the SoitsOlyg8 mle fro m sal
taptAnese about 45 miles south of the Reich proper. Mcscow radio












H^ aue o u-lne av catrm yhg k fndt are nowin contact wIth the t hel~ Solvaiets 0lMta 182 miles fo
ImOehal. decl-red tonight: "The threat to
8 thsAreyrdyR.P. bombers and fighter- Germany's frontiers grows hourly.
40terdayh e r nbombers In strength have contact- E ndless lines of Soviet transports
H e new ap lu ,ovd Jgoancse columns retreating are streaming toward Germany."
i ano e passed from Imnhal towfrds the Chindwin I Reuter stated that the Rut-
rdint egs ancer uJ V V River. Othe wAllied troops hWe alanh nave today made another
ateOr i netoters w d,,'redT llabout seven miles d.great surge all along the line
0 Aa ing Orde rs. from Tamu. "from Lithuania in the north to
approaches of Czechoslovakia
'mP given f ars a t(3 f F r e cCa da BX din the south. Perhaps the most
supplement notable thrusts of the day are
Hi $ ,: 8.- ...................southwe.st ard south of Mariam-
B +.B cethROME, Aug. 4 (Reuter) Eighth Army troops entered the armies captured more than 300t
Excess fr.- T a deRsIlae n aenwstnigo
.(Cmputatlio of southern pai't of Fiorence today. SoUth Africans, helped by British places and are n ow standli on
llellt_ Rie- Guardsmen, reached the outskirts this morning. Patro's found out ?e Afterr the et fite a onch to
I al Excess of 163 some 30 miles. Moscw
a omptt onof that five out of the six bridges over the Arno had been destroyed; the I tLGome 30 miles. Moscow today
i ment) hGRe- sixth had houses on Iach side 'demolished causing road blrcks.,- tl said that the Germans have
mby the Go A statement from Allied Head t .... t.. o o t. ARBADO, Aug. CP-Mr. flung in fresh reserves in an
UeQell. quarters tcnignt points out th.a G A. Newman, Canadian Gocvern- Mttempt to hold up the Rusian
Governor's the oermans knew that the undi- G ent Trade Commissioner in drive and fierce fighting is rag-
0 a100d uGvr nr 's ed llied oe Gepowrt ouwnof Naznisnkewavdh4British West Indies, is at present in. almost on the frontiers to-
,..aure ands puted Allied air power could not Nazis Slay 4,00i Br'aointeneesso gtl
ai wn for read be used to des roy the bridge l in Barado, in the Interests of t
n l r a b e without damaging buildings inth the reks In 3 Months Canada-West Indies trade. Soviet troops, fanning out be-
,?To> a eenss y a d peetho u a tafiones n dth- e e Mr. Newman told the "Barbado hind the enemy's broken Vistula
or m ened vartage of they situation. When, BERNE, A 4 (AP-"La Advocate" yesterday that nsdRiver defences south of Warsaw,
pok4 34lrarn Pris they we re outfought so uthe of uisse," of Geneva, reported erable interest was being shown today captured 100 villages and
of C Loican the t ity they des o troget o these tocay th the lNazis in March trouhout the British West In- Berlin radio said the Russiars
p,~ o Irar Po-tt*thtth Nzi n arh
or brdg es altht ough they d y ew tha e Apil and May executed 4 000 dies in what Canada was likely to have nlow thrown four bride-
br.d thr destrc toalt n couelvy, the hostages in Greece. This num- do in the poqt-war era. This In- heads across the river, the nlast
h--Alli es only a matter c f hours br was taken from official Ger- tecret was stressed _at a recent big water barrier before Germany
Alli T ont I sas than o at r ats o. man communiques and does not conference of the Chambers of itself.
T x! oje of the erthAyare tonw e nl" ude"as execution" of mmerceheld in Barbados, when Among apparent goals In the
their first great famous city, and pp m ages, tor s the importance of trade with Vistula River break-through is
a the comments, it is a etri umph fori ampe ou omon wniere all 1,70oe Canada wr clearly and fuuy Kielce. Polish stronghold city only
nthe mmenso t Uit eds K tiumphdfomr residents, exclusive of 85 chil- emphasized.. .. miles from Germany. Hand-
S t e United Kingdom d ren. were killd.i..It is Aapprec iateda nrv most Wllt to-n f tin raIngalong
: I, t o commonwealth. The number of n ,, fight
T J o t '- totally r d a o anirt r1 VlCsrd I I a on m u m of t. l ati
++ ++.B, ,,to,+ .ti h t
w as .3 0 ih l si2of J'lii ea e for W est Indian CO I-: (Reut er t at d atIt ni h
po rter, said th c u hh th e G erm an s i Gr e wUas2- 10 i3' I 0U i . eth a dx-i-n cr-h a n bge S b u t f ore s a e Gma sse
tare still covering the city aIn Greek o s I ot r ettedla te tu
rt i d nln onsrape wlsarifytinCugi ar ....so mee wfst n tohy nw h
their bale d k so to the outer suburbst rovi ncg ses s toyuet b the with tropical supplies pof su a to that Aioviet fo r s area wma
ns r are o I souterme force they now have rines. O.....,. .... molasses and citrus fruits, andrl t b ct of arsaw.
1.Uons clarifyin their backs to the outer suburbs[ the ..... o .. r t, l 11 lss garian s.t'awaiftg ne to the s ignlth o. Wassaul
rns for excestof southern Florence. On this "-" wc south with manufactured g awaitdng the signal to. aault
ettl out ow rt of theront,* the ew t- L ndton,......... ICtyand certain foodstuffs which are ll he et
uted for purt h landers have captured hegh l a a onot readily produced in the tropics l K9varina, ls than 19 miles















W~~ ~hg franVA a^W 0^^ ~u^Jm~acol e rm Gemnborder G and
ttd f okrk p u r l e d r h a .ve c a t u e i te i s t h e r ef o r e e n o r g n i ;"j k # o nly00 0 a bWI OoN A ug t 1, ( a r e.
approved In ground and are less than four M artiniq" i elkn w "It is therefore encour'tgngeom f h German border, and
day. miles from the city. t In LthLe cu.s know that at vr othe s-'e time t" el VAo I OPs, only about ae, a re
Sum as the rx- A radio broadcast front A. L.o t coerce w of the Chabersf ol B ar T the fbig th, t labrea.
(Computation of Currie, of the New Zealand broad- t h te h Commerce wale takn place in Bar- The birgest Vt t bridgeheadop
Stt ewas to, cas jting unit, s ays the troops are G v IrnorDi eJ lb ad tahe whol e quest o, Wa. where Ro ossky's troopswa
t) Regulations, ta- .* l weariong down ptahe flerce ovin Coatmiion pth the Britahl isAV toa pmnt we er of andomlerz,rI
(mendment Re- restseance of their old eont mies.c His Excellency O- -Pt West Indies was the subject for 120 miles s@uth of Warsaw.
f..the the Pnser Grenadiers andi Nazl Governor of Martinique dil on. n ter-departmentwl revie n Ot-i ir Down at the, southern end
Ce 0o (ot h It.I prtops hrsa 1 ootd -*~ n 'e tawa. .. Router sdtatd, anlother Rulssian
S fmmatrmon paratroops. tee ar i Thursday in Forto de-reahince T i n "As a result of this inter-depart- drive toward Germany, the oneA
b enerai, id As the New Zealandertis climb cording th o n ews ra eaching Trinidad mental conference It was arralnged from Krad w to iles la hasI
enteralsaid steadily towards new heihta the l the same night. M. Ponton, who that a careful study be made of made further gMreat strides to-
S contain an sitionIncreases, butaltogether, was appointed Govrnor of Marti- Canada's trade relatn with the day. Red Army men captured
4bJieCt of. which th = have gained 2,000 yards. nique after the French Colony in British West Indies. and the more td y0 towm and Villages
clear that in- On the right of the New Zes- the Caribbean had joined the Allies, Caribbeap In general. British West on the way toKrakow Includinga
payable In.Trint- landers, Scuth African ip.fantry was only 38 years of age, Previ- Inedian dxportersa imporitners,t ne place Ionthan60nmilesu I
ducted; but In with guardsmen from Britainlously he had been head of the Fice therefore., need have no arpre from thae forte and lea e than
resident In T r with tank .support have also made Frenc.h Mission in the Gold Coast. slon that Canana is in anywa 10 mia from l the German
ca rl on business more gains ,On recEipt of the news here, His overlooking p ossibilites of e op- frontier.e e a
STridad; odedue c wet of Florence. roop o F T cellency, Ho' . ment in the est Indies.' W" In Lithuania the ins
la duein foreign Indian division have gained moreWright, the Acting Govcrnor, sent agai n farn Lithu th o u
alltion whid h hs high ground, further -i.cre5in glthe Martinique Government a' tele- have surged forward again far
n whichubat their bridgehead over the Riverl gram o, sympathy as follows: mTT.eyond 0o paosandathed
computation of *eath U-Boatd'(,,Sunbyk vo n apue
the following Pesa. Ia the Arno Valley east of1 "On the occasion of the death aU i fJ more tha", 200 places and they
regulationnoe i Florence, Briti-h trcops made con- of the Governor of Martinique cenD t"I'o Coast are steadly nearing the rail
ati-n deemed n n siderable progress and are within please accept from the Government OfJfl" .Ioat centre of lsit on the frontier.
o deaed n to b, five miles of the important town of Trinidad and Tobago this ex- thec A communique received in Lcn-
da oth fnuar ,- of Po,"tecerv. pression of deepest regret and An- WASHINGTON. Aug. 4 (Reuter) don today from the Commander-
cofptn n ani Godfrey Talbot said that the cere sympathy." It was announced today tat a iOW atf of the Polish under-
cop u excess arot t present German tactics of with- M. F:rnand Qallat, the French U-boat was recently sunk off the ground forces, known as General
s amountdue for drawxne slowly and fighting all Consul in Trinidad, and M. Pierre United States Atlantic cost. The ps that since Wednesday
Slowed, and it is the way are proving costly for them Lelong, in the absence of Mr. J. H. U-boat tried to attack a cotvoy b't trOOiS Oi the Polsh underground












42owe and0000 itr to th WYIt5^ i ara
ore logical to put as some figures show. Salvatori, for the local Committee was sent to the bottom by a des- have been In possession of the
tober 1, that is to In the rat o0 days or so of the of National Liberation, have also troyer escort. About a dozen of Genera Post OCe in Warsaw
'tear, 'when, as a preent italian offensive, the snt telegrams of sympathy to the the raider'a crew were taken prisI and a skysrper in the centre
te tax due can Eighth Arm took about '7,000 Government of Martinique. ner, of the city.
prisoners. In less than half that tThisePoiCsh communique says
State ObJect of the time st month they took6000-st.t andthei work, nd
prse oft tex Isato, ('J1p. Eleetricthat part of Waraw known as the
tt ~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ > 'JL'WD I N A esOdcity is also In toeir hands.
bofsv CT yake 0v Ee ctric l Speed Slum A reas C learn p .. .. ,
IA$n the followtn e o [tacks on the central telephor'
4 t.iceis sun- e. jr Jp 1 exchange but the Germans still'
ee eI s ................... hold It and yesterday te sb r
nrfl'ncilyer b-3rI-T k ver ofPorbo asretaken by thI
Daid on .Isnm- Unanimously adopting racos, The Legislative Council In a'l-day setslon yesterday, suspended hf Zoribt anwasterda y the b
eon orDai-al dat'! mendaions of the special c.mmit-
tebtnmunique, hard fighting is goir
wenthe two Port-of-S1itin City Council Slurn Clearance Ordinance which seas up machinery for speedy rems- on round the v r fce which
,ote ihts under Section 10eca oft dh also the Germasm are trying to
IIen i.t o the,, t nidad Electricity Board Ordi. and of overcrowding in dwelling-houses. ________
dtoalarge 'x nance, and appointed a seven-mao Th llhdavr ad psae --- ____
a committee to advise on the .B ~., er.t.d lue .
,o hothe oo. ogo.. to 0o- .. a a e Cleared
trol of the city's transportation teiap W ha n umber of a mendmental .aac S.h.o. ...
Channel I e.etric iltlght~ing sYStratem and attacks fromlts the eecteodan :td; aI ShO| et From North Guam
DUlidGI"4 sal. for his chapioning of the miipri~ncilpe. .iWAHNT ,Au,5(P.
: a oou.iine'. cause, Councilios" Quintin Inm the cou.rse of a very interesting [[ KINGSTON, Aug. 2 (C?)-- mmiAdmiral Chestertoa HNimit's corien-~m
(R eute r,-._ (; Q r declaring 'If future de bate the H-on ble Irrol dO S31 Z- A t th e G l n Ju i e d n er f ce w re r v ng t e ap es
I SiD i 3lrgat EelPelrationa will .benefit by *our .tos, t~he.ActingColoni~al Secretar of the Jamaica Union of from thre nivor th o Gupaem.I
QPfman ca1 'l take-over, we would be doing le~ss hint~ed hn readiness to relinquishl s,..........-' . rmtenrh .fGa.I
P t Wss thea jutile if we did n~ot make Chair,-manship of the P lapning andl Techr to... nigh, te Govern- said the forward line, is now ad-
Geno~eral of the special mention of Captain Cipri. Jfot'ai n ommissin ifpo vision Or anoun e fthat t h? e Se r- V n e to a point where marines
winenth'.O the he committee, charged with in- copel_ the proposed luml CU~- hr.as a approved of a pasut of tlarmt roadjuctonatrointegayar-
i~l -%..''.'_ vestigating the possibility of opn, ance Committee to sit like a court[ $2:400,000 for improvement and midway ases tks t~aands.
,j ,i--i. capital, lanu g imnmediate negotiations for theI of Inquiry and hear jfethnt of rebuilding of s ocbbo dtoj buie ldingsrfer Admiral Ni.myitndors nwhseprs sacoidg i a tesiustlan alte~tltatJout Bsriat~~stae
055l S%-en for antheyse next year, coplm[orde~rs were made. ++--"7----- ,, ... one h IJaPanes strOnghlolds
C i mltgel ouncIalor H4. 0. B. WVooding, the I Two amendments Illn'r~ toll th ild
[M.!yor; Councillor Albert Uonies~ a great dea of discussion were|Namr.! m.1l'O OsI conuered '111aman d SaIpan
'7 JAldeman J. M. Thorne, .lde:'mafl moved by Sir Lennox O'Reilly. PiS ",U&5. ,1qUsIUI~ Adia Nikm it reported that mop-
W,,I ___,_ T. Achon.O, Councilor v. Henry, sou ht representation for the Port-I "I_ p salp soeidwir u ermwy
Gr Wlrn C~unac .br George Cbora. and: of-&,inm City Council and the SanI/ Kile in France ,bm, ,,.,, e.. Sa,,an
________n_______ Knur, I~rnnd Borough Council on thel ... eiw m Imm~s tom ~le rAn Sbtstul
nk A e,---- I ~~~~proiosed .slum clearance commit-/ LONDON, Augusmt 4 Re.uter)--144 tt e bu
.1 ir~ink Ni Area tee ado the other askedlthat tlhe n BM.ldo ltmw t-I lly [
C A s g ~_ di eff cti e b e rin & 5 O'Il v w I N a u r ua Il a n d, ira l
j" UA _JC m..+u m mr $1,000,000rFir_ ---m lnlyU J o! eeep esphatIabree, [I
"snsn,,.. ,,, ,m,, ,e ~satn vot~e ex~ast xelc-:ey the/wa..killed m~ Wedneda i m the aaI..f .. ..Acng ovrrcaedeeaofh n esi pOajot.- -


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PSIS No 0 9 t ee t 1 O r TI A CTIN AT ORN 39-O. W r r WWow s ~ T H.rj C l r t
N aim Iy from an e r morning g a e 3RAL: i n a cordan r with flo e n.fa "
s~hsee~a Of M udetermined. origins whI en I have Me m aLatbabe ILIe a h t~Drhs
are In dH Vm m S u iini U ......... D NAu. (ener
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Starts New Purge;


At Prussian Border;


ans Push Into Brittany,


Columns Smash 5 Generals

Towards Brest Dismissed
People's Court
And St. Nazaire I To Try Army
................."Conspirators"+
SUPREME ALLIED HEADQUARTERS. Aug. 4 (Reuter) Spec-atr
tacular thrusts into the heart of Brittany by Liiit.-General Omar LONDON. Aug. 4 (Reuter).-
Bradley's American forces were reported tonight by Robin Duff, B.B.C. One field-marshal ralshave b"exeld four S
bri ae ben expelled fromth
correspondent, who is with the American forces It, Brittany. He said Army at today's first sittln of
it was not an easy picture to give because of Its unusual size; they the Court of honour, which at.e
man News Agency claimed the
v,ere still pushing Phead and the news from every quarter was good. German Armv has requested Hit.
t One American armoured column + .. .... .... ler to set up, in order to carry out-
that ham by-ipa wd Rennes nd a purge in the Arimy. The Court61
thvtohaa by-passc'd Re s and r ia Honour will also inquire into the
advanced rapidly across the neck attud of fedmrhas SS
of the Brest Peninsula was already a trtis titude of field-marshals ad
halfway between Rfnnes sad th iA generalsn., f i s
big ports of St. Nazaire and Nantes C e M q quarter. said that the Army, a
That column was last known to be tage M u ch order to vindicate Its honour, h*
a little more than 30 miles from requtated the Fuehrer to carri
Nantes and Just over 40 miles frum. l I T out a soon as possible, a ruthless
St. Nazaire. S 1 r lC purge to ceiranse it of the last crl-
Another column driving due west P i I a minal who took part in the attempt
of Rennes along the main road tol -.. a.0il.-_aa on Hitler's litf%
Brest, the great naval base at thel Zi'RICH Aug. 4 (Reuter). -- llf l and to estahltih
tip of the peninsula, has made even! French stancee forces now con- the hotlour of the
tip" .:Army. It is thel
more remarkable progress. It has.t ,A mat i, o th Army
reached the outskirts of Merdrig-'trol haute Savois s) thoioughly wish f the Arm
nac, 50 miles beyond Rennes and al that Tuesday morning they write that after tht
little more than 80 miles from able to hold a grand match past purge the cull
Brest iL !I prIts shall he
Yet another American column, 8 complete with military hand, ac- handed over to
force of ini'anV and armour, cording to the ncwspapir, ".lJnur- People's JuAtlc#*
force of ant d arr, nal de Geneve," today. Inhabitants The Fuehrer has
... .. ... ..... ..... ".- of the district turned out in crowds agreed to thin
C rr g>. Re r to watch, request, espectal6
erourg epir Hard fighting is going on else. l y since it waV
W r Pro where, 1t e Army itsea
Work Proceeding In a clash in the Morbishan De- e Whi ch by Its
By MARSHALL YARROW apartment, the Gerimans lost 1.400 quick and ene.
CHXRBOURG. Aug. 4 (Reiu- men and the P'artisans 300 The l etio aetio
tet i. Lieut.-General Bedell Partisans stormed the citadel of nipped in the but
Smith, Gneral Dwight Eisen- Sisteron where 50 political prison- the treacherous
shower's Chief of Saff. has f\- era were liberated and 11 Germans -,RUN...ST attempt, and haCt
pressed himself as thrilled and taken as hostages, uBTT decreed "a Court
gratified at the speed with The newspaper also reported of Honour to inquire Into the a-
which the port here is bring that 70 Allied aircraft flew over tcecdenta of field-marsha, ana
put Into a servic'able condi- tIpper Savoy on Tuvsdav afternoon generals of the army, to find out
tlon. He completed a two- and dropped arms and food to the who took n part whatever in th'
dayatourtod Normattempt. anowo hudbces
day tour of Normandy tod"y. Partisans who requisitioned all p .t ad Who should be en.
There is ntliill much deovasta- lorries In the dlistct to collect it. poled from the Army, or, being
tlon in the port area, but the "Tribune de Genevw" said tcdayv under suspicion, should be di.
debris has been cleared away that the Germans, having lost th nised for the time being."
so that lorries can pass battle aganlost the Partisans Lot' ,' r ,,, .,'.
through. Many underwater ob- 1the French Industry, have issued RUNUBTEDT-A J-UDO
staclea have been alvea away soret ordera to the French au- I.. t., ^ .,tm -f
although many remain. Tot-f thorltles to surrender the entre 'S3 n_-ie the ectiune ,t"
tetring qly structures are French harvest to feed the German "'te Fuehrer has appointed al
I being dynamited. army. members of this Court of Honoul'
- -"'------.---' .The gr ain mi ust he threshed I- Ield-Marshal Keitel, Field-Mar-
thrustn due north towards 8 'mediately and -sent to the mills 8ahal vcn Rundtedl, Colonel-Genera4
thuting due north tawerds St. u ''"'Guderian ene "o Ifnr
Mallo about seven milts from this' operated under direct B.S. control. Guetn, General of Infantry
Similar measures have been or- Scarots, and Lleut-General 8pechti
useful port on the north coast of dred for e potato crop. Deues are. General Kriebel of
the penin rulaorthe n to r o- Dp t eea r O
thepeninsula. ..The report added that the local the Infantry and Lieut.-GeneroA
The Germans met this thrust resistance commander, preferring Kirchelm. The Fuehrer has rea
with unusually strong counter-at- to burn the grain rather than uie- served the right to exercise poep
attacks using Tiger tanks, but the render It, has taken necessMary sonally final decision over the
Americans hit back with attacks of counter-mesures. Hard Aghting is proposale of the Court of Honour.
their own and are going ahead. accordingly awaited. "Soldlers who are expelled by
Robin Duff, who aa In Rennes -,- -- the.- Fuehrer, have no longer any.
today shortly after the liberating BOMMEL IN HOSPITAL thing In common with millions of
hnourable soldersof the greater
American forces said that the LONDON, Aug. 4 (outer)- Gonourable solders of the greater
American troops entered the city The.German-controlled Paris radio fo rm of teAr o wit huni
son after five o'clock this morning tonight reported D Grm R w howar withe n
tond that Field-Mar- dreds of thousand wieha
and they were given a great recep- nshal Rommel told a German war sealed their loySlty with death
tion by the people. Life in this correspondent who visited him Inl Thcy will, thereftor, not be gen-
capital city of Brittany, the big- a hospital: "I know the English tended by the Court of the Arm
gest yet liberated by the Allies In have reported mv death. But I but together with other traitors,
France, was quickly being restored am still alive- and they will have .- -
to normal and this afternoon a to get used to the idea." FPLSAX TURN TO PAGE 1, COL
new Prefect was installed and peo-
pIe had started to clear up the
damage Cone by the German troops
before the-, retreated. The BBC. 1 n
reporter said that not much of the J | 1 l r II
city has been damaged .
CAN NING & CO., LTD.'
BRITISH KEEP PRESSING
In Normandy, the British line THE PREMIER GROCERS
on the Caumont sector now runs P M G O E
virtually north and south from just
below 'iily-sur-Seulle3 down to a
place just east of Vire and in his .
latest despatch, Howard Marshall,
B.BC. correspondent, said that the
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German War
Plants Hit O
LONDON, Aug. 4 (Reuter).-|
Mote tnan 1,200 Amtrican bombers
trom Britain escorted by very! S,
strong forces of fighters today at-
tacked a large variety of military
targets in Germany, many of them i
along the Baltic coast including
the big plants at Peenemunde, 1
which Mr. Churchill described as,
the main experimental stations -ti*
both for flying bombs and rockets.! I
These stations were attacked' j
last month by American bombers' I
and the R.A.F. struck heavily atI
them a year ago. I
Other targets today were air.
craft plants at Rostock, the navais ,
bae at Kiel and oil plants at Bre, .
men, The weather over the targeoteI .C-
was excellent and all the bomAbing Z-*^
was visual. -
This afternoon, American heavy J'N
bombers were out again and their l
target included flying bomb sit es_ i
In res t. & Ca.al 6 "
R.A.F. heavies, out in *aw0 W ~ t 3
ornorth o CoO" 65
ted, ,attacked the railway st. I .f ,l -
at inft la orthern |>rance l ^ .f~ ^ -< r
A t mo a etankpoteh ofs Borutx t,+ 1' *" "3 .
and for the third day ruastog ham' iOL*
omered flying bomb depots na the l lp ..
Loire, north of Paris. ef Vll. ...
Last night JtA.. heavy and w ^ S ^ T"
medium bombers based teIaya-mml ^ a-^ ^

...ing te ..a.ub ..F ,e IsM M I M .R.Ar'.mn
ombers from nitay, eoM ed with Wl JI^M
ittacks on chi~ppin by reeket-W *1~s
along the river aatf throughout t***. f

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wftwi~e nee it o tw o yeardn. the i rst .: C s Trmum de ave .m eas ,rand veryhe temn wol Ielt t I d tot S at ai delay
SIuciriar meaur t I ui t ii, ti0 --ncto . ... orh y* o yUh ttat ttm s hammrto*.h uldiam 4t th 8.tll u." t derl e tU h rvo rfe.atyut rlee fteot -^ -'
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. .. .. .. w hrd rmd th evltatts lltobT W elt'# thee t chn ge um t.rpn c, th v r esl. tLu ht hAtf .ter ur hr withtthn Sr- tahe to Uh,W etht riuttoa RmSo.DyG ~~ S
no 1u of no necent"i to rBtWilWo dbphy tonh bd ad te madin B .um u _.uncgl.. .he n o-w ld T M. for ha ll tal4 to nT ltirei olt w t to o thf i sd dn dels wo rk. "0 Clan d o, ' H
tthis Xou t ee Bt le n B.ll. HeIIA.. hPpl e t .abe fai r Mteen z of n 10 T OSI.N n
. .. ,..t...13 a v Thenf ao. Ct me cert ai n t enl$. n tt r at much good th~e ano bt e th f ra Q ctdlni o u o he fae d r d y u l tg voit,
-' tl It ntra mttls1op dets d with iterpr ett i on tnh n the Couni sd oht_.prey ld take up lt s nr the O v iir Methovd o fe ,dr. Fvr In re" 'MtlwlOT Telr 1S B
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n r "y - 0 AnerWl .... .noi ..; -hiech 1tmn.. ;v iaS...W tha t is .al l i t e ounl nd t teat n p h y B o A fter tla o r, d t hi sr tt m r mmrtttwa tm S o-W e d Ioo s,
n ed _o n_ ?M r cthecoue .tOYmin i i m ou coun i. N he. holiveld T M= `040h l m .ent eni w ut tWa m, tdas
tl n T heri w T O caT To d A 'C ls e2o thaae Bill.da b wi t I I the s oMPr TATIOpar. He dhought tehofatem er-P-stih oain onaf reetha sn a n P0-4 bT h wtns I WW iHH I, PS nd o o
OBOT[L : I 3ioveNthat t he dauaion wOc th. rdTilr Oondlo l whn viso t iesh .dpresen t ing the e efortf4i w th mb e % lrow t wa he smoldeyed a mta n @ a lt= t o nv a
to 6,Wy M I^ :- ^ I. lh^s s10 ys.^ H to *=,ltr o ""* "the ion"a. Mil ha."^ tr^ of" cep t0; W* SALE^
I=.T.U... .. .. n 4 M: o ush ae aread aid wil e itn-wu wanted to the Bt l Um s could nctingCl sdoerpt~m n l rLno owva lubl te in addition tohis work eauthe1
two earshIethsfist Istace.nevr lavethU a eas hrewudne at no .. ..... ....ouldO.e e

dd wouldu antoath tschintisr ep so had mmaertoand the M a.beca sehe as the M deletion of tlfelt I d th h as 2is ^ towo0 Al m i i4 M
f t d t. o debat,.an IoR iv s to of the Co mmseslon Blnl oi s thattt w ere la the pr se hepreorld n omt e ho e v thea t Mro ad. freedtmtl an t heou c lwt se pa r- tht thle ,, tIo ld 0111 11M1 ---- ConsSlt
think yo t h nrt -ot-co- enc ut te d te m tooot he pel and o ia n .I th thn speediy b n tn i counc ls f h" OOr mwork Rio Clar a0 to
iiu ten ... .... ...n e mt O . th ity of....t p bea a d eo mt p "ihety oan d Gf ,on .h. .ed that hhe oul d no dtiverads on of... ...fe fore siOt F r Cow
is *plent offoo T tin it. I mporouhotant Penovei ChicIs t 4",4r dral rry nth rdayssron TeprastBil h ai.hvrihn alndod a t y. ofe"o ah spo dthta twor "r ,.,l ^
we an attempt to rthitdtne.better epitao foreW. sr aw te aedetntb V



JIV utsee the nec t irtofe d this 3 d al wi~.'thItoeraretation an md e In the meoq t lmsbn er ho rav proided than. "Her lise ** d "n t o an dt T he Gtovrney menteral foolled air thaty I^ aw thave 01", unde Sh u blam c onsist oIdOk Membr"
Smeasure 1S 4 ^S t ov #F this cnan i or might expai n I b# (M r. Iot those reprment biedon he ot derlwed tns fo aer e t oa the ar tvision'as dra med. nt wafoud c tolr e the of s Ow-
remedy the r h I < I s tobe readcalnOdce te, heere rchange I n sth e ua n tai i.. e ..d uin g 1, D ry ( > .
0t< weln 'bOrr ? be s e hat the ......... ro(. muncpa roktt aA ott frte r e istedsin Sir 4h 1 p or laid thae stum h9
Wit co -on see aonairs and ed10 u chnseue wiah at to see he. n .n, aThue an.. X. oer l su o-i.d se n Armendme. .an that It t oe sa n wh a w th e Peon Wab,, PtT FratS *
ft lh il to o th Bouila n Clea ran ceBiltl. thpretLre, will really tha tey er no dd not pla nh l a me .t ain nd reect ed wa a c1-4 "S, la w or C. as It was not Cocoa
upnI e H v ln redrehend eetion t tast te hl b p l c It wold avde t h oe hesult oM Joseph rhound tb any ruln e or visi
Psrena tlttsinheber8 member s be of the CMed tal O on they al um sin the ll t am therefre Fr F er Pa rtic ars must bel a oA
n ENNOXbythe Acting : A enlthis con .,Cione par uldarit e town wathed oasu ppfort the ta inr o bd uni- l a o o a Sere t ar Sie red alHouso tat m overly and lo b thee a pt nt o I
71ilbuo end h as thebotion, men tion ofthis a nc commit. pointed out wa cis ; b< that nor Provitionhf dSpanpernandoUBoou h L wCan halieation, f ef ore tie o mtleed |j p ehnortetit It CoD --c------



alnonded Niir T TORlND h n t ee of theo Commissio enda t Is bee nma de for (henn oxcals AtOD r t-s should no be on th pr d s= substiutone ofIno ther casepo that thispaey w hol be 4bl Consult'~ i^
made bytK^cr~?^Hlhean ^er anfdoorouh Te H'vI 8i Lennox O^ ~ u'Re,ltly ^ t Th. Hon'b.Atn oblld ~n lnte aerndmn Wh irnt b onll for' th e t. ,i bea oc a-(2 lochn< 11bohst
T POc eed wth t lc n ci an ot J1 thn tont lor t ht he supp oe e r m em- ...y saeed ily bu t o w a et her Ce
enraftE d IoNgive that M. A this edth tItmbemaodit LP r Ofa t h a hof w asupot Oecrdiain cyree rre to uhte tah oa t S Lennox stresled that ndl r elydse,- ,heir oeo i wr-A 1t o"beMgi ve angi Ag g uC OELHO
ohAe ehea rl mean a lote O ao do t o e roeps p t Mri ntan d i S t t e preseinteat n o w ich he o heiv e eve rd ter e de: "hIe i b t c m n o Cotte ws
rit ein t g to baye suspen hnk for c harm t t l be u Is ted on made t hened rit was o tocbe Net s hi h ittinf the Bill. hsa et reo s te be eo-rr agee do he a It t sked e the lbeprec ated et ortl n thm lan dltr vesoppord had t onl- ao v RI
the wd o th sga t hr t o uegre inov ned f rm P es ft o th e Commaigt o whd o frein tu heral s o iu ntl c e t o n pesn t ast to i e the closing oaaed t d wr e re sp et ha d P ro eo h"O B. A
t aes lu s I t o d a it ly W e t h ren t m em b e rs o f th e C om m is s io n ,. o F th clan s o r te t o th e -ooen sie r tod a p e a w e re dth e r/ h ed a n diee d ome q ue nf hw eng d o ut U rthee re to b e n a n d l o w
LE NNOX IrmbrrY I hvi s c onec tleay sI dl d ike t so uld not und t y o- owner rented he to o kHCthere-111 md1e1s ure thae dt e the om a tter E POm TIS tD ponorad inihgh J.
oe d n t oppor tun ity n ot d atu y e T commit ee wa r e Exteipra ens byenhe c niru tin fpnspwrth the roeVtmnhnor t ho ola n a d ant ein r tnha td o theysprhoult re- Se,-t T 0d, o nnte up to
Binll we mo tion. Md b th e San Fnrnando Bot T h me heardg Sir Lennox O 'R T e oAthe a ed nt Sr nefci of orwor tu nity. It would
HO$11I BOG HCo unc iln t a bout then. "-neeisi" "a e went ha thse y tres e th e oredeveirrtt e w ent noul d u na profestig e hearded to en e to th bla fordthem .t" S AT1 UR AUG S T4, tRT ru (
STPN-LExllenyI TrtOlHy fALL importa t novely whii is ts toh fid et turable frg e w ic the oritisms ro( sn 'tse preset Bill, he i. verytle. H would t merly Surc Lennox, tho 1upoeeomt1 abywing
tJ~~~~~~tthi echadeer ebr oummithen qestion Ifect pin t hnmaer of the Cmemiberld uporVctor povided tat aM soonta nd t ae s ten a n otiT e Atorn tey lendlrd a s r elie r beatmn edopl n this ud r tePbIc StAnd PAddoC KMem ers

i ve n received nopnotice, sfthey erna no t t rlPot-hof-saln tm be- (Mr.oseperahul d hae le s f theBl- fiheeme dyd:ywItyounn atth noutn goi
ebatope oint toos thoaug I ink hcd re thI e M b edia O ertiet, Fh e ssehrtede pair w re ibi hmn hacin Atgtone-Generaid hot' onsely vot ior wh e derecdann it to gs nespiotsm wn hc l Isa oora r ouni-, n ( T R on t o (4)
~r cmig efreths wou ldc i nvoflve a ppho intingL lmem-thGovrnmethe a d declared a sionight n c learedofroma t hen sl H umsdsitgrom- glyreed yexiteion Pothat -specin- ty pof r, a dthi a bethis TENDERSonI

ti tvea although o t h e nes ary t hors t t uo t beat c oot edn a r the a ffainstadne we iot o eagmin t a son h o e on ner 1 auto- and n no never t, do thake the ARSt eA NDd Teo TEA I
s eted hisp tdem erbof the oro nug w oma of tphose 1alteefre wi r e lly otha t sort to n th d eare fro, b ut ioald y p lae d Counci l t a t I me adelynt rpt fo(rwa rd wasmathefa w rout ltwerhi msciore a nd A ow t hiis
{ uciI wet trul t oss ffv epe h it aes rpeetto n theirn oldhat mes itwerd e vac bted t e prgtan fredtw o m.lad h e ave the resulittof tribuplro cedund y an r hes irgO- N I I
memgbod~ .W Alud -A ae ar el a dy saidMed i salIGtcer homm te w ihwuld nobnerta e atoo o gw er reter d f the m toums, edineneet. make sureashed was that the

"rowed the prs ofrui thes wi Bihl t.le. (I- Tenders for Br c..t be doanvt dp o.0
Lr vmptw lale woith thosehaemrers Tak Acin g Crolonil orcretary He ain -edttng andsasthdt every- landlo rd e" gie opprtnit |
Hfo NBJ ROYe n OtSeci E P He : a' of HatheCmmisio.)he preticularto Hew en n wtohsaytthrafe tingtheir n- w ent v nctousyi thlt wen t round and givingdan efe ctivethe arom ingtewoud Sipr bennox, thoesupmmitdteeha lit aoSApRDAYs19twhihUGUnST will9 esoldron

I ', ut I wat to a inyfeel bImpo tan n o velty whi sthe is, n ft e Ie B h s l ng a l d h I m .
the aaque suioeranf hctiitygoanraaeby the dou thvt "ded Meaal s sonas Lenno tena t -TheoptosedeyhGeneral revinnogreatmynypeoptethntthisdoneun odrerrt he Publ iey Build,, Padd ock, Membe rs
p ot each and every member Fernand or Port-of-Spain is be (Mr .Joseph) .T he a hous e declared fi t fo rthat t e m e w t r y w cr o r wo p d t
s g iventiry "Par Iots t.ae y Igt ,,,Groc er e i e the Medi w cal Off forw tierdcau s serte d wefrternsc l hula- t cnm aitation Ish o rd h ed co sr of ed on'ble Vernon Which everybtsin hew hudtse a. r hS ea chr Bn sr and ) all o omonothe tou (
p oee d o wso, th gBnlrl which hi. sad r,, re ., n the ,rw ll andree- ten Io t paper sn ari ng t deinq ui d rovin was ade In the saidM th't t ohe mooorown l considene wi ll s ugg
Ween d f t gieblhe r eief.' n11of t H e ia l th o uthe t c l tha fr f thins trat in of that wam u ni c rd inal nl tonna bn er oe xte in aort in the Poou-ds is sONE to the appr o of t i
oterco w eekthisCoun cl A u.twhority ms worlsd b c oted. Threaofah a e nedtion.lHe h o duto see min writiln ghose rereIntaton d i Fernando bend every d Cthe Senretotry eHoing COdFEafteve hertnoE SoOeenta Romaittee .
Ile e h ONe a tdr a kc p rof the Biflrl "T iteen,. therauoe ,i will whi hl ten d that ta t It w s am purenote If to th e o n is l td hoe re gre.tedm eat sk e oa the forwa rt evaryti nas tnortnha d it
CounlIe nt thro ure t It. remoistfrofpr vid e oplethemfif thhaving r r e s nti ationsoi lag eIns t hato weayn.itwoude bleee the subeit souldha et respeot- iualsSbou Cnonya poi theTOR B.les HERoetioC N II|
q ishthose me mb ersmembe byntheMc almftt e rh om an h woul d be daeali ngemade tridrfthealm s.defeat. Tieng oe q n hind per- ory the hid LEE All it aO.e w ta
)ine nt rees i vedtefatth ei br r. c vuetl. i, n of Helh th i e ipa rticuarhown dbewithM t ers afetng opportuni Tyo mte heAtwg ou lonialvee to a ry Hste desisred thexpouediethe atteery-lndodbe gOivM enApo or tuiytED e d r orB r utb c
bute Iwn t t b o fytiedofthemintbrngfeal!e.Te o mte with Ad he e I ing htear. Ixwent on t sy th atGover nort reg1ear d thing dn y theatmmithtreetoldsard before tconmlu i tteeS i n l istn ofxrcsctwhc rnswil"~odo

sb. li> e powen.Hri t o> ol rdert than dw el- ig"s hl. n b heardt Sir Lennox O'R il ly'shp oitthat tbner by o rn 80ow do n it s s idea r at th i ea d an d .e . t a.....
t n a me of w feo tr i n g h i ty o f , rteason ,, av ipq u i ca thS L n a so-t b o rdspdw er hgnd-htuBe r .ean ( 2'A lont ona Ll b o th s t o I
a tl o H l wlths o r n in c o m m itte cl a ws, bt u n a b lelf o p roee ss m ighdl a -ben ree o ulde h l a orls t ofn -, H o----- V W h a rt o n
_ O eI ou try M" o T Yr G odA's s ake leU s o ant i n re p are.rt tile buidin gd f e cl- redion ot pappresei r ve t de- o"orowosincsil b

F1 ae, wit lthe Bllwr e icv sd Ino u. ofted a a dw Authority forOhnioents sbtat r i nght w hah the own a ri o oftoinquiryeprta eovis io a s deInthe sairab H e Pwedm ben vedrbymu [at sfe th t yout a vemy s andea o t g ubectR A Np pr ofT












*yiatutrsai thok monI dontItikaa-m no p^w!l~~~^Bcellln~olddr* Al ertyo h* Keutv ^^ ^ B H --," C ^ ~ ~ tt M f |^
beendy a es d t giv them ;ief ." ery m- wose t oa rs.e taoreseetetbe u se d r ofrt esH ah onud he. G veA tisagc e t heon'blea wnrtho disurL'e iywt r sp oe wit h tou givig ^ L c o r 7^ *
Another eek illmea a lt. ov.c-pt i rtng Attorney- rener' tmoions hichhebeiv edt e vfrt eOrdiayeboi o hsdespoismehech t ; r ar~g eC m ie.

etr.alnt has nee d t htmvervi n- for"Tile nex tcl aus eh on e a i c th as tsur ane t t no dci sof totthec i.I I frtheonill mere steed,hos rIt t hke rieadC th at is n s o tn to L r oge thni Transport Contrtto lno
IfI shou are bedremovthe I u r ovide,11 wll ok sori the ainofse lo s i gdl a tur wo u s b ee a tre rsotnagainst, tombepamed and the le everyof the-subjectsnyrld o e exposing that omsi ow er meor nImore.cHn-I













teqetoItt euse Ih a te d ii toul b ecom e un"fl t fr ules t he0atdre r ~e nopru~y le telmindedmttetolbet tf dtrehe--n he wantedI^^ ^^ tfcr allsed a fnd mor an mor used TRI IDA TE M LA UNDRY IC --
mid ha ln e r Lby a hon'le h friend fe clum"(eOdnac tlc be heard1 Ifyud oBla cnie h ~ aueb lue oharge something Conce befor he^^ ^I ^ ^ wrL th~out~ *n rear to inISCOVEal DA ,MA, ..U^'fH|
n lin twtie In beli aCo ploiivDI-he pd h u pa hbationi cer nance and you ard go ftrng to depr he l athi Ordin-* W I^ ^^ ^ n?^ ^ ^ liet or Iniida r,ght'.
eslon e wees I ten forel ,Itw m nwad n p pro efo hre taclthm Te gv e q h s t v ote. hingd o
E trdeso th e fat that wIe w ro m e "dnly-( %on ble l ofothe. co o ul d Ause gi of t enfullno 10.rtuh iy ao. mThe wou ldnve t R oy J se H i te *editeECU The ActinPO AtoRnE GR sHounorary
h eil noet bona n o tif ed t th a nptr fi etust.ad Thecommittee will be ing hea r d. d." 1Imendent theGovelaus 4to -ta t Hea wonthing I I t I t> At I o ad mn ret ad r
wanielo n we o ( theroatter u t i tll, givenporwd r to odthe rlandord as t heH mONB b he arALD S irLenoxiT on fte cam a o h oth com ittee Ie S r 717r downennoxforeuonclding Si rplainxwh
p oored ru)tll ext wee ,i- dwel ling- ofhm n thev o j enp-S are n desirable c d ynPewne ald ta Ball was not to waste L e d i nine Ii
"C. hi o rMnDing I.AV declar1e t:) e ha ,' a e dntm "Leyth t I sha reshearve utheSpoimm itt y C h ouncld neby te u landlep oes s endigh t b e resgar ed sulon Ieam gsoingt of0 tak ul em sandwaste1GENTERAL RTRA S PO T

It Is we th aT R l9 p ,e"k r IRft r hartdiyo afte r aleri ghntmberiof temb ersopetoun dFertanhdo rutiesd estions noti anved sto lin Ine o ndte ryion b lo- s ed ) tis., toes to rw pr ti essho ld have.Givehimidisther withe r espern at iv ing Muld tohear a l TT T T D. T
flae Icam hre | ,s ornt ,l ~s bjetit~sm" e on theatssorone that nobjectd onth Actn Ato th e y-app ro a Al moti o el en h s avote nguporfte dnaceur t, p ob- th is desp otism amendment be- n

tULh. for di$hutm d Bqalor cn n I and TandtthetPorB-oa- Fhnc e elen t ,ectoiernor. like a l | I theRen, Rstritio ts edu t ipn the Hset t wht a de-n ot i
mex tect mtter tf bee h nthat e I w inld o so, t a lse c ared ithousen-shao sd w oud e :arr ivend ataga inst him was se conde uror e ,powerdmore n cy'a csn Fr n u n o Bui ldlngs, S c Fur
otrn hou d nld a ccd otew .aed ogn ules d hys the pnrtou d be ljnr nto hv e ant r Bh l G a Aihy ri wo u e up iot e o ig a
i fri'nd. ar I feelh t e, as to obeco menf to ro ugt f d w n Is l id, r o f t eetop i brtyo time -a theT tim taitye iLen dous mep Hond o r re We HA ve J u r u neIeD A A G SEt
befoe by tm he ub lc e t e ro ndlitio uns a habihtlato o a nuisanleortloa c l bu e ha eard orkmen Clearaomd neotdo-t h ato ns.i trtire ofA tI c ommit- cl a irman oihoheanyregtd e. Teeludiidnah, ta o' lemthyL
ot, r)intn w ld eek t,,er 'efo I rn Injuro u t t th. youaregeoingtodepei ve dthio spose ann phy-i t-.- otoheresainthingtmweabexor hoods|,e t eIond uae o Verno Wht U
I S pat It eulclaw cenfe ot at c laou tose on c th e o e uefu lnes fo T n feR candomLoon Auth or- hI no o i a n t
th at one ^rw Twou ldmakeTheActing AttoorneyGht tl wsa ird Damrslreantud e H L,, Ishod ae r rerte tha soeo the Hn'S t R P PH ATES ,, M. Hany T;JS
M new OdChange wi i e h a n le n, but wi o er il r aet thet tI) Itodluced.'m ,rn amen dmnt ta us eh3 ta tHen thould n provideathewneeat4rGprotectionmn













o A ^^ ^ i^ this^ o rd Annn httt hl ~ sT( n Ivt, heei na erplcsoeo 190b-c-tda:d beffmemti e r aoni the citvr h ad the ad oaut ya r the Actngdina cial ;;rety t
Was to b proccebed th b ot gvI ",,.t-n ol orer ,-) 'thequic yndlod Ito auhe Hit is f GERto D WumEers o n, s estedmber f he ommitte e d SroyLennox 1to expl a vingwha wsnoton l lw n Mast ime and.In thie rrly uiesa d od a esc rt. ,


cons ide ration ofth e mat ter 1 I eo nn r hn r i g od (up t hi tSlIwt has recee and be .seph. he e prepared ntherepared Hon'beeJthe altrbesithetoon
pond ntl e~t ork e ili II'11,11 Ili 0.1oyJeh rl ...... .,rtey ade &n outofrge de N o udbreg a wasdth e Ho UN T D RR IIHeN U



,COMMN D LAnceO sugg r A hn li.e ,, a j tr pTake lnotm ,sy Wabou r.r*. epoyed in in City.Co uncilonee Ofy th, l n .d. od s. iE L t is g os f mepOf P
be ten han6inu4 rfi kre Ior e- l vee s tor nfi v -edays w ich wou ter he o a ynumber of m nemb ers seak yoil it s a mndFerna ndo favuhou nior o!b~r e wenton' In writ inga d ased- to r he artlndord. eealhd"


_t.1 we dznotice loted to w^neb-alst a thd tptfw td r irst wconTfessthatI ou e andone:' h bhapmsoed wonh b roe, withot ewould ovencStirein nthesam endment be LS .
fore I)amegher(tisy t ok an Tout I ,aer H onIh speehtheAtiu n g wat.eno do n hasobj.eAMe"DMENT OPPOSED rtton, Pputae 150 hovelsmanyxwhmanthtinouoacppr proov anedn tho Bhlo Agen ts. a
hovhe khid flto B 11 nil and Iuhatpve Attoretleiig a sthe Bid "Provsioen It woulo bp dn geroms tov ermpe ne t .. ... |of them owne d t y p e sr i ctio n f- st byHs E xe llthHd.ead ing an i
rm s .bherto t t bey n g tak hl hls b ,, i nt ,e ,;ilAlthn' effeItthat, n-hae said l tion me:y l ia v Ing ;itn e-t Ty hisg wasingondte aendmb ien Cut I ferenta owne wre. )su ie n ua ceod.ldn s to kF r


te ernlq l All tItS 9 u,14ltr rir tc- i, (oq s tile p toer derth ol v e aythe r -. ta e up vote Vo tig wa a f
weo-d ll atno ther i olllr be Irlai' v tch- 1,t ) tl W lg i ll-,e c luse haert aiSunCe ra c o d.- tec. .. ... .tie cmmt.c arm n of te co m tte... . .n ht e o 'be 71 o
'toerm n wol' i i-T J !r1H" L i tl fltte v vll A OU lce I d ro s npoe fl% [,esh udre ana i a i h R orth ln'l er h r-u ary y urrs s













ro Holues (it tie tonrce T .tlIl(~,otpptthsr ofl w ^ ^ ^ c~ til., C^o ucl fee' t hat* %%itv. Bill, buti ^ ^ thttl .:-fS&n O HN ON o.te o om adrLy
l lg tn ro b the rer ? People opl yu dont fee iduS abFernando Local TheaActing CononialSnce-tary th e o n d b l aL .. ..... .7;..... .R'IONIIIAISOC
bette'br fred,; rrlldn tir 1eIo. t all et he sixor eg tfc t donem laa c 1 anarrtta hy hud b ohg truh th lm aes ftrte cigAtrny G nrl
Hites tha I m nt inpvh re vtI. /,or-,thillk omtl ,.iaLI on riothbeat g, hav e a lwt~ h n PthePitua tion suchro s r t Jos ep.shm s rprd an rprd o'l am sFre, h o
-111th t the uHoets thathi na tt idha to ixaftreof ev h xenseas fndItn- a.W r aig h l-'l RyJso i!J-. ~vy aean ered org n h o'
"IllI iht wnatsvwhichdgwoglbybehaoo

hwnecesr shou db e allow edto Iia a.rIHewen"o,- oifwi fid"er Ate te'Atone GnealbadLE'L M" -CO
is~th firs wateestepsherstsiouldobe his air.a nao.ent in favoutr of
o fl~thoevse r',nt oa. icnatAter oa, v h* hAtt ,,rn e y (Gen erail %i Prvso t olwedagruetnmeetM -D TOPOE eato.aou 5 oelm n hihteHo apovd h il gns
%hril 1 y}35 the l'm lipra rh1%lb -n In Is ni ;ade the ti ll' p ~effc dta helgiltonyhvn ni nthn fte w elb pras6 i-wsgve hr edn n
thesea93 a lra g n iew ASene ehcd tn haC~o~.t ne enn llav o lit "uap ea the P o wnr t h-fS a ri wolnuduydea....a- PeainEnRh aenmntSE VE R A NCpssd ---- ----g
wait ainoth 0 eraors befor \e v had(rof'try bCuil,' dinug II ep le er thainrigot oPfBviCtOR aly neded'B I
s~~~~~u~~~~~nr ihtrlc eiq~o u t l ueth re cld be arailr ,ord aperand I, E ( O K R UN N
betatter Boo, d tft th'l ny h at, e t h ,. gestwork don ade %B- All oenl y ta t f therT~e ar~e .
lrio l n t tiehonsbeeanued veyit,.Wvsca- T ireoyvte r\h e da L he ex en s res.In- mtistctye thtn Aoud fG.enea p nco
ittled. Prcialyn rgrish ll s I e sd r;hLo apalw s ri nch tserh a rteverudin Cb hatIrne~
URGEN queATio T ER "Tehhae in l p.,)id ll ~ itade bvthe havesentendhetlctre.rmneadaeruaielttee ]8{ -lJ ,
mind tat ,hre Ls heall e l-olscheme of t YCordm ncil Iwh ich Ma ~!elr. Wight went o un to evIS OV RY DAhaNAt
ATai)NYGnN AL Yt tn ltti ouroNy r- alowsed ilpay h ytn c seara(e nt. ud beio a ched con eren oby i-helden.
visiony Is haeingthe hoour s.ta limeWel- per~oi alo be t,. or h otus ingk a tl t ioe s ou Caldtte madeat, owneSndy
.illbere adf ithe p ropu lak ,nd tt s o r Ill, 11,IlTh o n'h1ie im th isRopar ll( lft i.t SrLeno t d v'
w ill losec~ m hof thiseirllrsu lo it l lr the roatg r w hat he dese it) thes ucha n rtnemeqlNt 1he .,.i ,,,,
tooriiIn'ller c a rid I(o f othe op llto n rtolrl deia le and mportn ill 1he Cholirm n r gH re .,. e
net paed twi bt, 1) ther urondime o) wh. i h aP te de o h el p thht.wax oi o"e.to the
ho t ce. wel known tha w n i pker-nat 1 re aN.1,T b nd to a".evift, prondeton]d )Mi nuthof ptogress. ery ad toutA NONM N
Ios to hake s xto li stanrtndtione of i nthat adeumat e as eul ssaid ht[e n tlc hv eeig
I nlgh~t, ditad qao r yo,,po n ot ( ou t -ut-hptnThe A n San F Ge ernal cnd on W NT
expec 115them tr beirhnea 0lthyto n itnd .re a ipa eradise c ompared wth <2 o rrsodnel, ,
or nc wab pssdy. in llt% Cwwek;olony er artsof ap .The p ctounry, and 3 nmtyat1
193 d R dew rpon e re placedd it.Ksof11.11 VynIrvoCo depre hionsuggestedUSthRt EUVLDC LARGE ANDPMEHNAC
efore aloth 1 e apuslc wof hae eo ad thn-s houlg d uonboeitrnm11 o pe alntRIK WOKRStNONP R dVEAoC
rAlud e aranhch eoplegisatioe oll iltngin oethIl- a n dindt .) a yle thate indLo t ok e' opnainI /ad p yia x~ sin ae o m
.k rt-t o ok'S1l don ot' th i cnkreoA ny- he varitous estatso f tewouldrf- Alm m es 8of Nh xeuie O I H
th tw-otht oer 1nt3.1, I0ny was t re ilth ofspe al was All bth armanchSeretre. CJa ime n A resy o u
be rdIn8'mcernead itlt Alc,n iiauis ahlosintge erdere '41101by eo..^.. M ET L BEDh&aSP
ttrg ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~'dn %n ~edt O owr ot tinkn In trimenls elaOfandthe $ andohrdle N UOP O P A1
IIsa y that O rdn ce wis rch snte- uaneeenbt ee rath e l ) ectedut and arom Port-o-iari
Mtr tti|thtttlen w ou~ldlW ricvtih he o n of wge rats fortd "
'ey(]nealwen o : ne oitheIll cranol o-f aon A- the mbl ne orks I hp arm n,


It from time to tihme If conitlons ".In te smat lVUlas .4 tws. seurity of tenure for -B v .. '*
Juat4 y such an extension of this C olft ," he said. there tek m n uP r e ovret F nd, a-llFAg T 8 N U R I O H I l
I would like now to say a word, hasgrown up syem ofhousin g Workm enin Prf idn t Fuyn d, M"t *l *Al.er .... order to explain the general which has all the most undesirble ernment Contributlont th 4e the diffaenc it maAes in your general wec bevng. w
la-out of this Sal He attempt features prevailing In these towns, tuacte fcm t aes" Y em. C L-
togethe with o^^ rrthe pcuirly >^ ^e ^ P- ^ Mo rlMNwro
which has been made Is to gtraft M enr wt ter ulry )R seolutioa from penal, Siraria GlrT YOURgS NOW FROM"
it to the Com~mission which has thetr own. There arn the absn~ce ...
lljsfedfor a few years now. The of pipe.borne water, ataei of 3 eeUon: That ift,view o: the
rmdlCommittee to which refer-tsewerage system; no "taryor wPatpmsOf iycletst in thewok
k i made in this Bill will be properly organised communal sr- empl oymenth exc ountivet o rk.ni
:-an tg.e power contained In the i rangenents -u as street "a-n OM th- t ti lMth pobtaionvi
Ing and scavengtg.so that you that wil make avallsa'de for S L A
,on advantage. amons others, can welimartne what tondil~on Ito. the huindseds of yle
rso is that when the time are hke i the small ountr dis tt oipdto SAN FERNANDO -JEWELLERY
*o thlis temporary weuure tricts. Added to that Is the ftea dilICUlt.Y Inobtaining tyres, "MndA FERINDO TWLERY ,;{
would beasir or that he wtrsplymgtvry t^ pus @to.0^ 1 VIMj~ o aT- ? nd PRINTERY ^ ^
SOCTOrinto rerime full well be limited. with one well on h Adak/ \E^-" B ~ -- ^ ^^E
Qttuesti because, th brink ot the ro drain. () Reolution from Airicultural r e fl w be ltmKe' wt one w On
aimilx two orf thrt % years I m eg m~omd h steii,,%,he DiVy/s/on, calling on the excewu u,7 ,7n o h tre -
a cr om.lte softhe eluded, TM in orerto sy tive to observe the need for 7. 70, 7C, Coffee Str ee
wil ha ve be- Pa&Wp of thi B9 but b P a minimum Um P77
guet i nK.0 Of! lmU I feel that the Diultouh"tw bouslnz zmodleal atnac
t~l, two o,.Ii^eo xt tt u,. .nn .tt y S,:*. .ett^e PHO PHTE m 2m 1/3 *i yw i~ l
SP 'i w in l p ro w l W l n n y ,a n d n o m o tb ing o n w ry tab ou r tn a ri c u ltu re. .. W^19f0 6 W. 1 / 3' SiV 9H
Hall&c aI w ll much broader lineswill have to be l]P-1ItT GrinEN. . W
/lIn ol )"r Ueml it Sam Glla a 4 4uu .I II i i I I lli[ l II" _ii I > "









111f l %s-ft 1WM!AWAWM **UwAv9 AUtwa& h, In&-..____ LOCAL .


ick' Rush Blamed


*d Of Profteerig

Mr1u-1 aMidetir to It rish as quiekip a
jh fequency of 0Gm at proflteertag ensug
oolMe oarto Mr. W. J. Andre yesterday or-
S4R,* 4aler Wsi tried to make esMM oamep,
r *BIn6 onions shove schedule.
ohm it was
3 In 0K.s-
WOUted %0!ew
gettJ Government
* ^ -A FrM


BM.only wnles
,w ho len



Sream mixtun
NO.-
KW oe~t. w
yesterday to
theft, and fanl

of $15.
William
Mrmg drink, Mr
to pay a fine of
Swith a cutlass
o apparent reason
Imbibing more
a"ool comfortably
b sister around
s facing to make
Lt Iewt at her.
a, made him know
was his sister's
Saone tha had
'Jail. She tol the
Shad never mis-
Ii before.
Sum,", the mag-

f:jalmlson of Mr
counsel, tha'
O Martin man, ac.
n= rm without a 11.
Spurchasing agen
Mr. Andre dismaissec
ptast him of selling
& lience.
the police was that a
to Beharryt
to secure a bottle
N. H replied In the
U from the decoy
away and re-
,'tate. The magis-
the case for the
t not been satisfac-

e city shopkeeper.
m ta few days ago
peas and lost 650
sFae yesterday, when
od by Mr. Andre of
* disclosed, sold five
ients instead of 75


Seral Hails
Victories
4 (AP)--Major-
B/]ineane, Commander
Rates military mis-
sild after visiting
SIs ample evidence
have suffered a
despite stubborn



s -e and 66. per
t suites at
4ft Per
He I Merinoes a t
II bir Shi at $1.30.
J^B ew Unredeemed
h reduced prices;
Mus Limaol Bay
SOrean; rolin;
|l wU Va Ne Hair
recent artrvsk




'i-SALE

Bg usineu.

e Gomg Con-
Central Location.
H imediately to
t&,4. C/o "Trinidad

Ot Chance- "
M s cH I


Oer
..


J*oesk are scarce and
wa is overWnght.
OS"p wil be joining
S p d thigs that
"Im ys bo obtained.

h, but that ,. ,t.
.irll W h ferwrd
,- will the bask

Msant. And m'n.
Itsr1 WIN m&
Set as H-laawl


7s

"FFTY


C f9
*Bj'pNn


; UUt 10 niil
' Vacant Posts

SThe post of mate in the Oov.
0 emient coastal steamer service
I is amo a number according to
Official notice far which ovmrn-
0 ment are now Inviting apliea-
Stions.
Others are second assistant
petroleum technologist in the Pet-
d roleum Offce San Fernando and
dspenrs in the Health Depart-
ment.
Salary attached to the post of
mate Is S1iX---681,0 per annum
Candidates are required to be in
Sposseaslon of a certificate of
competency as intercolonlial master
Issued by the Marine Board of
'"nPic% or of a higher correspond-
ing value Issued by a competent
authority in the United Kingdom
or in any British Dominion or
Colony.
The selected candidate, whose
a&Drolntmnet will be subject to the
Colonial regulations and local
service regulations, will be re-
quired to pass a medical exam-
ination.
Applications must reach the
Colonial Secretary not later than
August 30.
Wanted petroleum technologist
nust be a graduate In petroleum
technology of a recognized uni-
versity and have not less than five
"ears of practical ollfleld experi-
ence. Salary offered is $4,080 -
$4,320 plus war allowance with
bonus in lieu of pension. Appli-
cations which are to be forwarded
to the Colonial Secretary are to
be in by August 30.
Dispensers are required for
wholetime pensionable posts carrv-
inr salary of $00-41A.440 with
fully qualified druggists com-
mencing at $720. Temporary war
allowance is payable. Applications
for these are to reach the Di-
rector of Medical Services by
August 15.

India-Australia
Air Route OpenedV
SYDNEY, Aug. 4 (Reuter)-It was
announced here today that a regu-.
lar air service between Australia
and India has been going on fort
over .a year. The route involves a1
3,500 miles non-stop flight, the
longest regular non-stop mght ever
undertaken by any civil aviation
company in the work and links
Australia with other services to
Britain. The R.A.. surveyed the
route before the company made
the fist flight in July 19U. and
snce then hundreds of erossings
have been made. A faster service
is now being organised to be called
the Kangaroo service.


Is


Legs
Chops


56c. per
56e. "


MUTTON
Legs ------.48c. per lb.
Chops 48c. .
Stew .- .. .. 36c. ,
PORK LEGS ........- 60c. per lb.
CHICKENS and DUCKS ___ 72c. per lb.


FERNANDEZ (1933) LTD.

(Ice HeI Grocery)


Box
1
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
it
12
13
14
15
14
17
19
20
21
22


RECEIPTS t
No.
Miss WllmIa Affoo
Miss Christine Poon Wah and Mis Margaret Attong.-
Miss Roma Chang and Min Jml Hochong .
Miss R. Lai ..
Miss Lucille Lee .
Sin %re & Co.
Lue Shue & Co., Ltd..
Miss Enid Assing .
Miss Elaine Chin Pang ..
Miss Chu Kam Lan ..
Miss Yvonne Affoo
Miss Phyllis B. Wang and Miss Cynthia Williams
Miss S. Kam Chin and Miss Clare Young ..
Miss Monica Wong Chong & Miss Veronica Wong Chong
Miss Cynthia Williams and Miss Phyllisa B. Wong ..
Miss Elsa Pongi Yew and Mrs. Wal Hong ..
Miss Dorothy Luk Pat and Miss Vida Luk Pat
Miss Annie Alow and Miss Ruth Yes Poot ..
Miss Marjorie Wong ani Miss Rena Chang
Mrs. Elalne See Tal snd Mrs. Chang On
Lee Lum and Co.. Ltd.
Miss Marjorie Quan Young and
Miss Dorothy Lee Sack Sloe
Miss Evelvn Chung ard Miss Ursula Afon"
Miss Mable Chut Pone and Miss Norma Pinning
Ti lum and Co., Ltd .
Miss Vivian Chee-A-Kwal
Miss Roma Allum Poon end Miss Joyce Allurm Poon
Te Inim and Co., Ltd.
Miss Nada Chin Aoul
M Miss Evelyn Along.,
Mrs. Crawford Mar ..
Miss Chan Woo Lan atn! Mls Chan Kam Lan
Miss Lum Ping and Wf ITn Lin Yik
Wine Hing OM. and T. Alljm A& Co, .
Wah Nan Rest. Lum Kn' end Oue Wing Koon
Mrs. Dennis Law ond Mrs. L rung ..
Miss Youngi and Mrs. David Woo
Miss 4fhlv el I<1
Mls Oliveta .l.
Miss Chan Ch Letng


PAYMNTMI :
1'000" Chine na (donated b Mr. Henry LOung)
2% Do e Ptn .. .. .
I Bottle Red Tnk .. ...


Amount,


28,71
371.41
82.9'
22.6
40.2'
21.41
60.41
57.11
142.2'
56.94
AM.
58.94
10.08
53.00
34.32
61.3'
1B3.21
32.28
143.22
14.20
204.12l
26.45
138.43
12A.f0

19.59
32.R2

47.P2
10.74
"1 17
117.02-
?r 74
94.0
8.42
1"'447
37.90
*a.76.37


.. 4.50
.15


Net Pfr demoted for n-m soldirw Confort mdd",... 12,70.72


... ---
off tha aare dsn f to mol -w UrtMad te* wws helped s





OW SB dny lnt br MMt. Vittd Oem ttd.


wiOai. (dcaAJ


,r, )


Officers

Request Raise

In Status


^^^s^^=U
._ ....y. ,Oewrmwat denied

Answ. i e lskeS: Uon

"8_ Governme nt&t w dthat
there 1cofside matactier-
Uon Breulture field atsoft
the Agricuneral, but aatted thaibe
caMr ofeph ha eir ked: of pay
"1l G OVrn ntm aware thait
there ator conf thsiderable dssautfaed

trvelig and subsitence alow-
in atoid tlo field assistants Ifor
the Agrlcsgtursj Departmeant be.
cause of thei Iadqucy of pas
an bdworki~ngcondltloissy
"Will Government please state
what portion of the commuted
traelling and subsistence allow-
anoeB^ to field assistant. Is for
dlulna "nd what portion is for
subsistence?
"In view of the fact that there is
only one Grade A field assistant
out of 3 assistant, the remainder
beim. Grade B, will Government
00nmer regrading the men by
placing more in Grade A as some
of them have 17 and 18 years' ser-
vice?"
Reply given follows:
"Government is not aware of
dissatisfaction among field assist-
ants generally, but a petition has
Recently been received from a lim-
ited number of field assistants
Grade II asking for Improvement
in status and conditions of ser-
vice.
"Commuted travelling and sub-
sistence allowance is paid to field
assistants engaged In the Plant
Protection Service and on Soil
Survey. This allowance was insti-
tuted several years ago and there
is no record to show in what pro-
portions it was originally regarded
as covering travelling and subsis-
tence respectively. A temporary
war-time increase of 25 per cent
upon the allowance was granted
with effect from January 1, 1943.
"It is not considered that any
regrading of field assistants Is
called for. There are seven field
assistant& Grade I and 42 field as-
sistants Grade II."

West Africa Aids
War Effort
LONDON, Aug. 4 (Reuter)-There
was a reminder today of the con-
tribution West Africa is making to
the war effort. It came from Vis-
count Swinton, the Resident Min-
ister there, who is now In London.
He told reporters: "I hope In West
Africa we are doing not only a
good war job, but are also giving
something to help Government in
the problems of Colonial Develop-
ment."
He pointed out that the great
airfields the R.A.P. were building
in the Colony would serve later as
bases for civil aviation transport
training. West African troops, who
had trained to be invaluable signal-
lers, when they came back would
help open up West Africa's com-
munications system, West Africa
was keeping up her output of palm
oil and palm nuts and groundnuts,
all vital in Britain's post-war eco-
nomy. The growing of timber was
another thing, while a start had
been made In turning out furniture
and he said lie ha4 brought Mrs
Churchill a set of walnut tables
which had delighted her.


Council Turns Down &Hour

Day Plea For V.F.B. Members

Worts by the Ionule RoT A. J9ph to have new Volunteer mA
&r*ade rates of pay ae e an a eight-hour day failed yesterday
when the Lelature an the mW.tt of t he onourable the actingtt
RaIancial leltsy, approved. without amendment, rewoution pro-
viding pay foar members when called out for service and to attend
parades and lectures.
t----------- adoption of the reolu-
.... uton. t he Pinane al Secretari
Sira,,pAo, ipanted cut that the rates of pa"
Iwes the same as those provided
Tyre Transfe mem of the Special Re.
D-[Adu..|110 M- Police. which the Council
Regulations .0;& not g
app~T roved n t;v l

7[ U___| ?_ 1 I think I have to be consistent
Sand ask for a change in that part
Explain e of the resolution which ays If the
Speriod of service of attend-
Clarification statement issued by anes does not exceed four
the Transport Emergency Board hour one-third of a day's
emphasizes that interchange of pay. When the Special Re-
tyres and tubes from one e- serve Police resolution came before
Shidcle to another in the same this House I raised the point, but
Ownership isl allowed without per- unfortunately members did not see
r mission of the Board, only whenA fit to make a change. I repeat
t such tyres have not been acquired that in this Colony a working day
under permit trem the board for is considered to be eight hours. If
some specific purpose. a man works four hours, he ought
"If the tyres have been acquired to be paid half a day's rate In-
for a specific purpose," it is stated, stead of a third.
"'interchange Is allowed if the tree QUE.Y UNANSWERED
will continue to be used for the -Another matter which t
same purpose as that stated in the A t m r t h
permit. must refer is this. After Covern-
"In all other cases permission In ment had repeatedly stated how
writing from the Transport Emor- efflent these Volunteer Fire Bri-
gency Board must be obtained be. ade members carry out their
fore any interchange of tyre ca duties, I asked that members of
be made. the brigade should be paid. I have
"If a fleet-owner had trUcks en- heard nothing during the months
gaged in delivering aerated water that have passed since I tabled'
and other trucks working for the the question, but Government ha,!
Hydraulic Department, the tyres now come forward and presented
and tubes acquired under a permit us with a scheme. I am gl..d to
from the board for the trucks see Government recognizes the
working for the Hydraulic Depart- service of these men, but I pre.-
ment could not be used on the sume that within the next we%% or
trucks delivering aerated water, two a reply will be sent me to the
"If a jitney complete with tyres effect that "the Hon'ble Member
has been acquired under a permit is, no doubt, aware that the Vol-
from the board by a person who unte r Fire Brigade members are
aS0owns a taxi, the tyres could ntee Bg members are
so ow a ta lhe tres c d Paid.*" Persons outside, not follow-
not be interchanged between the in the situation closely, will say,
two vehicles without permissionin 'i a m an It he
writing from the board. Tlt man is an idiot; he i ask-
"Tyres and tubes acquired under lIng for payment when the men
a permit from the board will be are already being paid," and I
confiscated for breaches of these would become a laughing-stock tno
regulations." the people of the Colcny. It
Sa Is not for me to dictate the
Lr b Office, policy of Government, but I
Sfl our Ul er ~ certainly feel that when the ques-
Labu r O icr uon was tabled and Government
TNL ewo T.... D- was considering the matter, It
Takes New Post should have replied stating that
the question of payment wa4 un-
Acceptance by Mr. J. Stirling, der consideration. I have time
Labour Officer, of an offer of em- and again commented on khe
ployment for three years in the manner in which questions are
new poet of Labour Adviser for the answered, sometimes Incorrectly
Windward Islands which has been and at other times or most times
created under the Colonial Develop- in a rather evasive fashion, and I
ment and Welfare Act, was official- hope there will be a change In the
ly announced yesterday, near future.
Mr. Stirling, according to an PLEA SUPPORTED
Information Office release, has left T H E HON'BLE (.-ERALD
the Colony on vacation leave prior V. IGHT: I think I must support
to assuming the duties of the new my friend, the Member for Vic-
post. toris, on this question of payment
-- ._ cf rates for four hours and 24
hours. As I see It the regular fire
*J,-J C^...,,.. brigade members are paid so much
rinidadS OeailIan per day or per month; out a vol-
S unteer may ue called away and
LoSt Overboarfd he might be at work for 20 hours.
Lo t OverbU ard Ifyou are going to pay the "en
Pedro Garcia, 26,. seaman, of at all, pay them properly.
37a Sackvllle Street, was reported ,
yesterday morning to have been U.S. Handkerchiefs
drowned when he fell off his ship r.ing $10 p0 o.
while on his way to a neighbour- "ring $1 0Penalty
Ing colony. Trinldad Goardian u respondents.
His body, it is stated, has not yet ARIMA, Aug. .-UIlyseem Patrick
been recovered, was ordered by Mr. B. W. Celekatain,
0 --- >- ----presiding at the Magistrate's Court
FOR CONFERENCE here today, to pay $100 in fines, or
Trinidad and Tobago Teachers' three months, for being In posses-
Union will hold their annual con-islon of handkerchiefs and towels
ference at the Royal Victoria In-, which belonged to the U.S. Govern-
stitute on Monday, August 14. I ment.



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Off Valleton Avenue
Thursday 10th
Aug. '44
1.6 P.M.
Instructed by K. A. Nellson bo.,
who has left the Colony. we wll
sell a hislood and uIeful urn-
ture such as-
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SMnrored Lady's Drewer with
Plate Glass, Shelves an StooL
Etec. Bedi.e V41 Sm nsDay
Bed, Large Cloth's AlrerLaundry
Basket. C Cloth upr.
Bedremi %% 'an ibt. ~e
Press, Oyp Din.g Table and I
Chairs. Cyp Te Trolley, Pyrex.
Glas and China Ware. 2 Burnw
Oil Stove and Oven. Gas Stova,
Kitchen Table. Vegetable St"
Scale and Wgtas., pantry Cloc
Petromax Lamp. BesOt and
Alum. itehen UtOnils, Bamboo
Arm Chain and TUKe M e d. Oa-
lery Pald. chairs. TeoL Settee and
2 Chair, Bele. Readingand Stand.
Lamps. Round ard Drop Did
Trhle-es.Groen Bench. Toals. C1I
Drum with Tap In Stand, Plant*,
Oarde s ntf, Child's Tabile ad
Chains. ftw| eth MV"roG. 0o Oam
MH bCtChr, 1th in St"ad. 0r1b
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whole affair Is -th guarded "e- BAPTIST OMA THLC
Our Men will CONTINUE TO FIGHT E Tunt I it ve OHN'SCHURCH m,.t, ROMAN CATHOLIC
r th reptmentatives of the teach- 0 31 0...-.. nmmunfifonin ,.; 7 p. *,mCATHIONAL OP TH e IMMACULATE
era have been advised to hold 7.ve" tKrvlce,. Preteher: The Re*v. j JCOANCPTION
their peace. a -- nd 1.30 * ii=. ylow s Z),, a
T'hey carried on negotiations CHRISTIAN SIENCe B VwICTORY I whichh affect the entire teaching FIRTrCHuRcHOf cHRISt,, -----
V I Y U fraternity; therefore, they are oMoker Noo, Ma..VI.. SALVATION ARMY
SouId by eve y moal right, to let 5ui.: 7. .,.. bsi 61i ,i Sunda HMolAA.U
the rank and file of the teachers Im.. *- dns.: s 30 pm. 0 r CENTRAL HALL .
WE MUST CONTINUE TO GIVE a ,oa.n ,.d .. .sn
The assistantt teachers lllve All are welcome. I-368. mmIC
I nC~~t lint tten that it woot celriv CAwtv;M ILU 5KNV**W
stated in the Pres that the comn- METHODIST
mittee in question did not report HANOVER V $. ~w ostA
to Government. They have not R .'. ,,r .T. .a, 't* e lel m
re haentp.m Re. hyHery (cofe.
s ~~~~~~forgotten also that no memtion _. s.
was made of their camie at the last METROPOLIT1AN A.M.t. CHURCH Ua8 S.?DMe.ti r. 5 a,
am" k bt101 tl %r w ,stting of the Legislative Council. w i.le Stmi 6 __mI ? ,I s as'1
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AfV *. -umr A a ja _______________ vwea^t sawrnhmuwm ^*&W*'-b".AY RWWIVUW I. l ,_ i
Jim ahiuimh 4Lna'aax andBOaaaX wCa haw -, -- -< - -. -wX
M towns have not been ra soed so
ttl ~ab *aua lhu terribly u the towns 1 Poland, C ho- vellr 'TO
USAUUUSS SaOYUU^ W Wa N 5. 95 aSlovak* a d Ru teb W hen peace com e
:' YUXIDAD USJUnr 0 h i-thM VM dodbUess be some scaes IftC Ie Ito
U, e1. VWNC(NT 4miT4 P0101190Ai1 wiped off. Mr. Churchiff knows that v e.a irn.__
6 MT RAD.S A 4inR ) order will come from chaos In the fulnew , uis"s i wg.i
(T.P oe O1. A ,,nN. of time, but before the prpcea of recon- -%Ca m a.
.^ T ,,., struction or reconstitution begins there n Z jBSe un s7e
4 f f wA <, T .., 5 9 is grave danger that one special law will
,P4W VOW I 5mp NTAIv be invoked by peoples over whom the Fish Sold To 'Favowmed F X'
1a. C06 ca. ON.se AsM- W y.e. proposed Peace Council will have little At Songre Grond. Market
4M, ,, v A-Wito P-. uomer. Ushe pre, influence. We Tdefer to the Mosaic law of -Te Uw f n m"i i ed ouwai l."
,, a tooth for a tooth. colm tot.osEto 0 0 o.
the authorties tfe fact that a very
-eve table station of aWe*$ esis
S -. ....... --atwthe Sangre rands m-. Maybe I'm eo-fashoiead. Scdmidt-but I stl d
Closing Of Maracas Road n .e a r ny is hi; tor,.u
OfMaacsRod s a lot of. people tJ ouht say Women's pace Is in the 'eme o
e doors and enter he ven (Womn grUla a actve alatte ny ee
Sho s0orSt15. 'Ihere, you can seeve thoms wse erliee Iwe sactie eunt' e sa ns)tao
Pavoured folk being sold fish in '`:1I
Peace Pro lem I Europehows Need For Macqueripe large quantities at what price
Already Confront Statesmen THE official statement which we pub- at Nazi Spokesmen knoutp r
Already Confront Statesmen not ^ at, th scidi Prices,^ miz.se. ni Sp ke m e FReve td
lish on another page about the North.these outside callin -l T hy, getReve
.MR. 4 CURCHILL'S statement to the Coast Road to Maracas Bay Indicates en es, a "Th ir few" a1
sqa and 'M vno vi. QnI'rU IIa
: House of Commons on Wednesday that the date of Its reopening is un- dors deig to took at you. t the pree German com t-
t*at presently Britain will once again certain. The road had to be closed to For watpurposehas government By WILLSON WOODSID with tee and FreeAssociationof m i
have to deal with the problems of France wheel traffic some weeks ago because of making a market when these thlng& For exactly two and a hal years Officers" last summer, the Ntis j
ad Germany along the Rhine is a grim landslides, and further slips which have puai ?oe have argued that as their last may well have believed that Stalin
awo e a a tu tmove In o he war te would settle for the old Ribben-
,reinder--f any were necessary--that since occurred will prevent the restric I sincerely hope this Wl catch would prefer to throw -alt eI trop-Molotov Lne, after his wes-
the eye of those in authority and saves to hold the est, and give em allies had betrayed" him.
.When the war in Europe is won by the tons being removed until after the mid that they will act without delay tonWaYto the Ano-AmerIcan rc If this was the German plan for
Allies, there will come the colossal task de of Augustt thes bad practices which now In the wet of the terror with -t1,acUon its point-by-ponre idep -
-n evntiIssbetpreyal.nows reporsoft he tro ihstsat~ t~ltb-on rs
Ales there e pce d colossal tak die of August -and even this is subject preFA PLAY which German civilians considered ation. The Moscow and Teheran
:of winning the peace and setting the to no further heavy earth movements Sangre grande thepossibilitcouny of an noccup nohaf Conferencessealed Alliedtco-opera-s
:Cotnn order. No one who has taig lc. Sie r culy qut their country by the Russ=:~n have and achieved long strides towards
ontlnent in order. No one who has taking place. Slides are actually quite constantly reinforced this opinion, unity on political questions.
:followed the war closely will fail to likely to recur during the rainy weather, Orderly Markets Wanted Yet the German High Com- Out of deep disappointment in
The Editor, "Trnidad Gus mlan. nanda conduct of the war this Italy, a handsome victory was won.
recognizee that new situations of diplo- so there is no likelihood that the use of In a recent i issue of the "Crown yearthas certainly not seemed in- The invasion of Western Europe
Colonist," there are pictures of a tended to encourage such a result, was accomplished more readily
:acy and nationalism are frequently Maracas Bay can be guaranteed for a controlled market in cne of the Quite the opposite. There was the than anyone had excited. And
:arising, which will require the most considerable time to come. African Colonies, where barriers extremely stubborn and costly at- the robot bomb a aul was delay-
have been built to forcepople tempt to frustrate us in Italy. ed some nine months and cut to
carefulu l handling if awkward complica- In the circumstances we hope the queue up. There was te concentration of a one-quarter of the contemplated
Our City Fathers should take a third of Germany's remaining arm- scale.
aretMn- United States Navy will appreciate the hint from this and Introducesm our on the narrow Normandy sec- Germany's cities were not soared.
':lons are to be avoided. The Prime Mtn. Unitedor, and a further sixth on the The Luftwaffe was crippled and
*Jter spoke of ideologies and idealism, need to reopen Macqueripe Bay, which rder into the Pert-of-spain mar- Itsllan front, when it was so badly GOermany'sa vital ci supply cut to
:They may both be very excellent In their was put out of bounds for the public Take Woodbrook, for stance. eded to hold the open plains of the point of disaster. out of all
Justy mayentak tewobreokfor Instance. Poland. her beautiful plan Germany haxs
Just recently, there was a large Most striking of all was the shift- had only the partial success ofcon-
a.y If we do not distort their meaning, when the North Coast Road was com- crowd there to buy fish, but every- Ing, after the invasion began, of taking our bridgehead. And in
,-ut the question is whether either will plated last April. That road was supposed body Jostled everybody else, anq no two S.S. Panzer divisions from the these circumstances Rvssla has hit
'-but the question Is whether either will pleted last April. That road was supposed lin th waaore.
:edstcrn front to the Caen area. giv- her a stupendous blow in the east.
:provide a solution to the problems that to give access to a substitute sea-bathing The City Constable there was re- in Romel altogether five of gobbled 50 divisions in one great
quested to insist on the people lin- these crack divisions, Hitler's bite, and before these lines are
-seem just around the corner, resort, and now that it is out of corn- ing up In an orderly way. His reply toughes, and most reliable, read, may V have Invaded the
.was. that even if they lined up, the T iere was the launching of the "sacrd', soil of the Reich.
:*The political construction of Europe mission and likely to remain so for some' ^coW, 'f Crest, ando mol n ost gX w^ relible 0n pcueo
The political construction of Europe mision and likely to remain so for some vendor would still sell to people robot bomb offensive, together with This. I think, is a fair picture of
:-oday is not what It was wherf the war time, the provision In the bases lease ominig up surreptitiously behind a propaganda campaign revealing Germany's position today, and the0
dgehis stall. In that case, he said, he the high hopes which the Germans background for the otherwise
-broke out. Fascism is as dead as the dodo ought to rome into operation. This pro- would be forced to arrest him. had placed in this weapon, amazing statements which we have
-end Nazism lies grasping for breath. viso, to thepeffect, that th use of Apparently. he did not feel like heard from General Dittmar, the I
and Nazism lies groping for breah, vi.o, to he effect that the use of arrestitr anne on that date, fo' Main Front official spokesman of the High
One hundred million people of the Con- Marqueripe would be peirnitted subject tho scramble continued. Ultimptoly There was the statement by the Command and Dr. Goebbels. thed
tbut far too lately a market official Voelkischer Beobachter, the day af- spokesman for the lazi Party. t
tinent who have follow ifile Idoloy olv to0 military consid,'ations, should cam p to the rescue and made the ter invasion, that the western Dittmiar'a frank admission of the
of Hitler, Mussolilni, tnd t'Fron'o l iv ,, ali onatically apply now that no alte na- Pt niptel cu l ip. front ias the main front and the seriousness of the German military
Of Hi- People who go to this market will Russian front secondary. And even position has had such wide publi-
been disillusioned and v will sea cqrclh for t:vc to Macqucteripc is available, bear m out as to the urgent need now, alter the Red Army has city. Speaking on :Ihe home radio,
for queues to be f-rmed. It is tile lunged to the very border of East for German consumption, he ad-
something new, perhaps the ideali.smofb e n f control In everyday Prussia, we have General Dittmr's mitted in plain words that theGert
somethingho ew, pferhJps thceFindfreeliommatters like this which has helped affirmation that "the western thea- man High Command had made a P
~ brotherhoodo, peace ustie and freedom T a t a r I make life unbearable during all ire of operations Is the focal point big error in udercstimating the
as outlined by Mr. Churchill. It is doubt- Tobago Steamer Impasse these war years of the whole of the present Sitna- enemy potential and in placing Its
a OIt is no wonder that go many tion, and the decision for which own strategic reserves,
ful If they will get that Idealism all at \V'ITIIPRAWAT, of the Ss. Tobago from i w'ple subjected constantly to these the British and Americans are White Russia 'Error
once, for .though iiili v not, lpT tric needIlvsly burden.ome conditilnS striving there may exert the great- He.ppared to include our of-
oncet, for lto h m ,''lliV s nt h Trinidad-Tobago service has betn reduced to hopelessness est Influlice on the development ^se n taly and the power of
frg tBii chatIfurCity Councillors--many of of operations on all fronts."in Italy.... t...... er...
foreign to British character, it must week, and until further notice, illustrates am re must know of Clearly then oi into .s year.. our invasion force in this admis-
neverbe forgotten that' the peace f thth esccondition.i-would do some- the Germans still had hopes in the sin. But in particular he said
er be forgotten tha, th peace cf disabilities which residents in the th instead of talking politics and west, but none in the east-excet at the High Coman had con-
Europe and the post-war planning of the island ward and Trinidad people tra- trying to uphold their "rights." they as they achieved their aims in the .sider oed the White Russian front
whole Continent-Indeed,ofthewilId.- ila would be justifying their places in west. What were these aims? Thisi tower of s lengthh" after its long
Whole Continent--lndeed, of the wod y selling between the islands suffer for lacked succnssfiultedeofausin us .... ... ...... inter,
the Council, instd of cuing us is not an unimportant cons and efe lt te
is to be the work of some sort of Council of adequate steamer connections. The to curse them dalyin our hearts. tion, as the frustration of these and had therefore felt Justodedin
HOSEIF- immust have great Ilece-as 13weakening thi5ssector in order to
of the United Nations, with other nations, sudden removal of the ship has made it Port-of-Spain. Dlttmar said -on their Judgment as tre ngthen others which appeared
to whether the whole game I. up. more i miiediately menaced.o
Included besides Britain, America, Rus- necessary to cancel all outstanding pas- ; hI Concerts Favoured I think that they hoped first of "The aournably tuionupone-
saad hiipa'LightCnetsFvue all, to discourage our main invasion storing a favourable situation uponI
sia and China. singer *likets and refund the money The Editor, "Sunday Guardian. altger roug ther eors a which everything depends for the
aleotethewarrotohImpei efpards atdefence of the Reich," lay in a ma-
The Nazis went o war to impoe paid, greatly to the inconvenience of a te entandocial fMc- Anzio and Cassino. It will be re- l t ei the whle
trO .r ha'.e often been organiscd by called that just at this time Hitler frnt i,.t h rea n "as "no lone'
their obnoxious "kultur" on free peoples. lumber o persons,. o trs and directors h.) wre told his troops in Italy that great ft by a inefte ren l-
tasot eTretyofVersailles,the in('econered withimposingp political resuitsm ight be achieved softened by an indefinite remte-
It was not the Treaty of Versailles, r tle Lacking a third vessel, It Is inevitable ,ipon thetr audiences impres.sioms through their exertions; and we ge'mth w ich woud givet hprevigho
Imminence of hunger, or the desire for that breakdowns should dislo('ate the f their scholastic refinement and found orders at Cassino saying that Commnd time to correct previous
locate theiI uaserrors."oThenUlepwentoon !oasn
cutire, than with Rl~lng the itwsfride nPulo'et that. nevertheless. the Wostern
more land, that made Hitler mad. Long service, and the authorities seem to be people healthy programmes within to retreat from any position. Front remained "the focal point of
more lahndeeddig. arcitie ta ihg'.n h t wsfridn npi fdatht d sFoth reat. neverthe lclespoth iWntern
Territorial the range and compact of their If we think btck honestly, we the whole situation."
before he war he was offered territorial doing their best. It was the war which ipmr-ia'lion. must admit that the check at Anzio Goebbels' weekly article in Das
adjustments and all the accommodations prevented a third ship from being ob- recently attended a ocial n and Chas veno from January Re htreedlatehadsur
adjutmens lon ,o,'ganised and diretted by the' March was a very discouraging ext- ngeilittlee puliiy. Yet, had urerad
that were available to other countries, tained as recommended by the Corn- hcad';n.s:C of the Siparia Union perience; and I can confirm that i it amouis to the most open s
School. What. was remarkable this was true among the highest oeamountst ie wothopen a
but he chose bullets instead of hutti i'.arnters.ri Yotmtteewten1t9,hetaitpeal for atirarmistice with tne-
but he Chose bullets Instead Of btter, runcatinns Com itte inh 1939, yet It :,,it as he t and subtlety quarters. Yet we went ahead v.ith western powers and a ften.ng of
The German people followed lhim: the s remarkable that n tis ea of h whih he brought to the light- our plans. indeed booting theiron
rm k l ttnh ylcapeit'erpe, the fragrant beauty scale as much as possible, while Al- ourendermndwhichhasso far come fromsur
Italians, Bulgarians, Rumanians. and grace two islands, constituting one Col- of sohisticated entertainment lied leaders warned ef the huge rn official cerman source.
whlmh they truly understand and losses which we might suff'rn
Finns trailed behind perhaps more in onv, should be as relatively isolated fromn hone slv appreciate. For this eventuality, the German Quiet Period
ea ta i ers -i suc wiser *_. His selection of songs was truly plan--or hope---was to imash our 'All nations." Goebbels said,
fear than In earnestness. To such nser- eaci other as Trinidad is from Tobago. admirable nnd suited to the capa- landing into the sea. How else can "were longing for quiet and relaxa-
able creatures the giving of an ideology To talk about federation of the West city of hIs listeners-the adult o explain the c.tcentration tion, for a period of national pro-
classes. It could have been -A ma'- ..round Cacn of no fewer than eight far-reaching economic re-
or an Ideal would seem like casting pearls Indies secns far-fetched when units of terof simple procedure to pick Vp panzer divisions, twice as many as prosperity and undisturbed
some mic who could Imitate a-me were left to hold the whole White happiness, after the long years of
before swine but aI hundred n illonpeo- a single Administration are unable to of the more popular screen stars Russian front? war." That is, all nations but Bol-
But no, the headteacher realised At the same time, they launched shevist Russia, which "seeks a gen-
pl cannot be outlawed for ever. They maintain regular contacts, this would not measure favourt. the robot bomb attack against Lon- eral dissolution of human society."
hae lot their Nazism and Fascism. Tobago's position is rendered worse ably. He made his selections the don. But it tIsimportant ttoere-Germannaims, Goebbelsaargued,
hav lot pritonold folk songs Rind popular ball, member that they had planned to) were fundamien'ally the same, as
oldfol s~gs nd opuarbaladsgetthi gong m ony ths I earlier, o "Germany's cause Is today
What will they be given In exchange for the absence of radio communication. HAYMAN it. SIIARMA oeths gao fan, weSefoerl, causeccvilsem kd
them? Ofcuseteeistewrees utte Sparia as early as last fall, wl before our thle cause ef civilised mankind."
Of ourse there the wireless, but the assault on Berlin began, and on a But peace cannot be secured "'at
th Is what people In Britain are the rdelep n c be e Sitatio At scale four times as great as the the expense of the happinessnof
That Is what people In Britain are sooner the radio telephone can be ex- Sanitation At FyZobod present.Through the robot attack otherpeoples, but must be secured
sking, but though the tight little tended to Scarborough the better. We The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian. h em to havehoped to save out of their strength." Thi requires
whatt~ I~~ itd l l lh Tftat gigantic and terrible men- their own cities, and with the dis- a relaxation of outr demands. Have
Island for five years has known what It .should not let smaller Colonies in he ace. tme water dam in powers Well- appointment on the fighting fronts we nt learned that the chaos of
matter, road, where nearly the whole and actively-fomented suspicion of the 20 years between wars, and
means to suffer for a cause, her cities North get ahead of us in this matter. village sewerage others Is be- Russia. to bring BtIn to a corn- the outbreak of a n-w war were
_"______nt____________ -'s of the vicinity are suffer-ng This would rob the Americans of Versailles settlement?
Sfrom malaria fever, "their chief European base, and "After alt, are not all these na-
Them daarneitsa nasyvsenc anyway the Germans had persuad- tlons of one mind as to hopes ofuborbetot'snt'Lom edhmelstatheA rinsetrftre Aenoal ofte
The dam enlts a nasty stench ed th.mefvn es tht he .Amrict^ be1"r futre Are notd allt 'P of the
BR|T|SH R D IRO SS SO CIE T un worablekt one snostrhle' womeere far more interested in thefightingfora socialist a, for the
REDsantary work is done in the s e Pacific War, and with a Republican end of the plutocratic capitaltit re-
SI-ct, but 'or sme reasons best vicor this fall miht withdraw gime, for free arrangements for the
known to the scavengers, thts from "Roosevelt's" Eiropemn war. reconstruction of devastated dts-
terrible enemy of health is left Then the Germans could shift ail tricts, for the establishment of tir-
SPECuAh IN V AsIO N A PPEA L r grow ire dangeous o ftheirforcestoholdRussiatosproved socialand economiclivin
daily', amid l'laitm .1s 1t victims shorter defensive line in the east. standards, especially for the werk-
SPECIAL I NYASIO N APPEA ~ ~~~~~many people of the village. Could Eonu oe ncrs~lnal~onre?
riVI L i VIV M r H it not be 'adicated? tooroIwPower in cluss al ^unr 0s?
nry ada teO RVR wat pes ould they have of been. warned' agaiswt fro te ba-
Fyzauad m there~, In view of the enor- ginning of the war. The German.
O- moY.U power which Russia diLplayed seeing that he has lost his bid for
CLOS D ON 31sT JULYT Teachers Seek Informotion throughout last fall and winter, mastery, has turned overnightfron
The Ed... "Trinidad Guardian." .nd. a h-a thi.....u..e Hm the beast which exterminates mil-
d r________________ tPeachers entertained1 agan.w.hae...ty.t.petlons in gas vans, systematically
---------------- bright hopes that their distr s el ves ino..1" th 'e O Wm- n word of depopulates huge areas for his ow n
wudberelght d hoes oth tolW.__,_w'i _" id ....... expansion, shoots prisoners, wipes

We will redouble our efforts so much a.poitd n lo.ng.th dt P a-oow
SI!pnted to sitnon sthat comttee loIn ....________............ ._ruesoreven__
tV~OR is OVriNEDEDof three teachers washu frnt,_ .. and u f _rom_ oscw's lay 'eope-ts1,r'oi S .atnrdy N~cightn"
kA) ;eu~t kin w JF~ ^ A ^ .^ ^ mW. playS leg. Teo rn 's. r
VlJ t IS I VY IC U Uorder that tihe case of the ach. ----"---- ---
eIs might be represented more T mnoFeo '1't
to aid and send comforts to th, wounded Tefi.ndis andrr ecormenda
tioniS of that. committee are for the ANLCNI PRESBYTERIAf
e moment shrouded In secrecy. Per-I CATr4EoCL oF ThE HOLYv TaiNiTY NF RIfSCUc YSOLN
the diy b pieo-hoe fo T a m. The HoWy Earharitt 130 m~m. 5.5-'(emmuAatr Servie,: iO.. acOYm
and prisoners of war. haji tgf ^ ; ..S. ^0.f ^
a very long time yet. n a seem. --- Pft>mr. Rev. a. O B
Temost irksome nakr of this!fl A


1st August, 1944.


A reward of $100.00 will be paid to aOW person
Information leading to the arrest and conviction of aas
sons concerned In the robbery 1 two men of the
of Mr. Henry Burton of the Indus trial Gases Ltd.
robbed at 1.05 p.m. on 16th june. 1944, at :^ RetrSaI
Please communicate with the Criminal Xyvestigatloa
the nearest Police Station. I
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER 4W
19th June. 1944.
Motor Vehicles and Road Tat
Ordinance, Chapter 16, NW"
Section 78.
Order as to the Route to be-eb rved by aS vudj
manner in which vehicles are to be drawn up
Street, Pert-of-Spala.
I. Reginald Alexander Ersklne-Lindop Acting
Police for the Colony of Trinidad and Tobagp, ln M
powers conferred on me by Section 78 of the Motor
Traffic Ordinance. Chapter 16, No. 3 and in view 9 Wa'
traffic In Richmond Street between Park Street ald
become congested, do hereby order that on and ft- i
August, 1944.
1. All traffic In Richmond Street between Fraser
Street shall proceed in a southerly direea -
1. Vehicles may be parked on the east side ad 6
facing south. '
The Constables of the Trinidad Police have dirlU
this order st all limes.


NOTICE


The Public Is hereby notified that
Bridge No. "3 at the 12%M.M.
Cumuto Roat, which was closed to
all wheel traffic, is now open to
such traffic.
A. BRUCE SKINNER,
For Acting Director of
Public Works.
Public Works Department,
August, 1944.


Control.I0
AXE .l
Importers IMs
thit axe handl- r
short supply Sa
should therefore $t
the Colony's req1b
ceased locally .
Secretary,
Old Post Office
7 St. Vincent St
Port-of-SpaRn"
31st July, 14 UK


TRINIDAD GOVERNMENT RA
GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE

NOTICE

On Discovery Day, August Tth, all Passenger 2
on Sunday.
On Tuesday August 8th. a special train will IM ta
for San Fernando at 150 am., arriving there at 5.4

Goods Train Service

Titre will be no Goods Train service OnB Mofiw"
The usual service will resume on Tuesday AuguSt 8a. .
Perishable goods must not be accepted for
pJ.m on Friday August 4th, and until 8.00 a.m. oil TU
W. T. P. PO
24/44.__ AS. General U=




GROW

MOREI:


TENDERS

b *ie esasm te daVON
taUon together W dtached
.c.0's Quarters, OGare ag
Pound at the junction of Sedft
toad and Oa uaff Bead, Mks.
aL
See Noti to mol asn
lated a18th July. 1944. Full pWt
ular m to s a M A eomn Ut
f Contract on be obtained at the
Public Works Department. Con-o
rectors will be required to give
wurity f 8,000.00.
Tenders close at noon on 1sit
Augwst, 1944.
Tenders to be addressed to the
Colonial Secretary, Red Houe.
.ort-of.-Spaln, marked on the out-
ide of the envelope "Tender for
he construction of a Police Station
Etc.. at Maraal."
Dated 17th July 1944.
E3ROI, L DOS SANTOS,
Colonial Secretary.

HOUSE FOR SALE

Chattel House-No. 6
Lodge Place, Sealed
Offers in writing are
invited addressed to
the Public Trustee,
Red House, and
marked "Offer 6
Lodge Place."

COCOA SUBSIDY

It Is notified for the Information
of proprietors of cocoa estates, who
desire to take Immediate advan-
'age of the proposal for the plant-
ng of arpas forming the part of
heir cocoa estates under the con.
dlitions provided In the variations
to the Cocoa Subsidy Scheme in
Council Paper No. 61 of 1940, that
the last date for the submission of
aiPpllcatlons, which would involve
he supply of rooted cuttings of
types provided by Government Pro-
pagators during next year (1945),
has been fixed at the 18%t August,
1944.
ERROL L DOB SANT0.


Chairman. Old Post Office BulQ
ISt. vincent SUS4
COCOA BOA Port-of-Spa
BOA' _2nd August 1M&4
POLICE NOTICE-


--- - ..Alo


ci I A IPWIUI


0) U has boa
pe t the
kinhed ctheTgtb

(X) AU pti
prior t 1st Jui
called as from let
(3) Persons Who,
jlist or re-enlist
apply to the
Fire Brlgade 0
qmrtera. Port-of-.s
Rocks (T. Gedde
if they have not
(4) Old members
wish to re-enlist
their equipment at1
gade or Police Stait'.
R. A. ErskinU
Acting O
Police Headquarters,
28th July, 19", 's
Control I
Nodes
UPPER LEATl
It Is hereby notlfied
will now be grant
portation of Upper
Canada. Names of I
pliers may be 9btalad
Secretary of the Co

Secretary, Lot|
Old Post Office Bui
7, St. Vincent ste
Port-of-Spa *.
2nd August, 1944. 'j
CONTROL DOAMfi
Rubber P-h
Footw|
Importers of
requested to render tW
Control Board, not
10th August 1944, a b
Imports of Rubber
sources for the perlode
1940 to June 30th I1
These returns shoeds-
particulars of dates
quantities, C. F.P
possible. Duty Entry
of ship In which
return should beo
claratlon regarding 4'








fNRMDAD q UARUaZ 5A UIDAY. TGST .i_5, 1"&.
W m A Members Urge Liquor Premises Control Law "
B More Pay For Extended For Further Year Fi
OW O D&Mn'aiB South D.M 0 ---- Pilil '
be"i "Mir tian in segiatation put Into force in August last year for controlling the Vadteble e
iI n te rechlS bours oat trading oft licensed premises was extended for another yew as' ft
aBaZta -g Italy. a" in (a at ofa l"" alow aa e of y tte Leilture y-t.tyesterday. S"
I- H4 ti StftW today rfrom the S to Dr. P.A. Rmt nior _________________
itlin ataplResistance medical e~mer an Iramndo. In t~g he CoWuncltograth+
Tcommum t es of h-t gpa g Ito.the acting At Hitl-r L H-
b Theomuiqe said the paid him or per the duteseral told the ouse a- S
a age u0- Fasoists had 300 tanks a large of MedicaVll finest issiner a "'the polie oibo~ies ile trsIIaLftli~
I nt g nm b er of guns. Tbousanda of wern ando Yefetne Reule, at tirost botl atro N e wIs
We~ n i withe- battle henA the Iga"Iothl Councila, ,tefendo rulatonse r but laterPIi go"'Q______
00 purpose 01 Vh~~~ch Proved supplementary utimg .rts ieZ. rinne bd
en are e Stnateo penditure of e.L Oajb, 1 m e T l butIta was felt
the a it rgood aleIfthe _________
o te by ordinance were not idpr
t Twbe veardiad CubretondIs. nderpaid man. do aked, the Attorney-Generalc e-t ti e People' Court. Te poam

gguBr nn~tflmewilo at Inr~ii ao Are thnat bokot in to pay xlm a larersiwSeyT thant y orce is understreng~the4 and can- the F'uehrer met today, and has URNi 11U \I
iynh aCU 'te of te ata washpout-pIf t*ma' s*o tem U G ne not afford s"a cient men to control submitted to the Fuehrer the fol-
CO&^S laaS flP^tlflddv~twac polShi3?>e all th district as thoroughly as lowing proposals made on the
hei Fire t wnght .d tha wa i a fr t would lieto dye strat of th0 ret o issp at
o"n thbsshiStreuoeatisneIffortnstbltthe reFhermoorae, ao- ti stil. Aou. ht go eL

I .Wadeveonl'lm" de-ntsan the .polic thesev on leave, his dutes f u ll vetoo be the w At tore y -Geer alren o gatweion tplelled rom Arm R
m gtulateh N.l.'sU quarters, the kitchen and way o tIs bbeitn e don here. aItt ufn ytha themaictththe of lice d-rshl Von r RNI TU
B wi e d irvs eam at he stbleaned a totre-cr were to me thatiat would be far bett ace wairh s ohft atl thoruceTe p rent of Honour det up byin
nt m 0 at Inag in rt that broke out In toid to an gitort s fr ithan. to F re t Is understrengthed and can- the Fuehrer met today, and hatR E
&to aBeo te Tpou en heor the peltice ts- wash oti m r tet-the not afford sutflient men to control submitted to the Fuehrer the fol-
the t mhr e re t-onigt. duty allowalnc= t all the districts as thoroughly as lowing proposals made on the at
Cuted a C theor U nitPe t oatestfre br uni t tatr It ishusd be Put u or. they w ourld like tlo do." sq rength of the results of investl- ot
cuerrt. 'foferefrmucti efforts by all the res i-,)nal alnwance. If Dr. Ronae,nt golb dorn:eral ron T r mw -

Mef o tn dents and the police themelv on a te, his duties Will have e to be The Attorne-General went lon nene o Reducede ut- lPricesl
cwole lde. t Ahav even further destruction done by somebody else ad thatr mun. t shat the C h main era of f ot e Bereld-Maar on .Witzleben, at o
oLH e mlh i.' t1l~he r i de Ia ire-fi ghtin g equip-ri end te n isup o. to do .. It i n u lt lJ was1 g vr "st of of Ineantrong powers to tam K usi L u CoutVon
aexndep t It was stated to i the wortth e f ortunate mannrad would have to do n th e ie of nleuceps de r ptenLinut. General
lon g- bO The seen here in years duties and get nothing for it.I feel the hour a during which rum shpe onHasgenMa CounteYoral ieut.Je)r
i Chora UniteduithatitShould be a duty allowancecand other places at which liquar Vno tHen h Maor-enrall de,

SCltI hoeprle Uniepd n t tapio edaen and not e person onal the aliewanse, and was solde, might be opened. MaJor-Geneeral Von Trechkow Co e
ciere. t otheredfo oMnf the aentaram naval bute, i this Councl feels th at Dr. R- other important provision was one e l o HansnLieut.Colonel ReG. T
anoie Iof elec- who weree qurisit-pined, as o hrid shport h-o e p oai en the lla th ato the roe sitions rgpacBernadisT Major g Hayeow en, Cap- of

h ex or.pouta ndig a the scene.Poie owers s upr- was dc ed rereun ia the ant ourslof trad ering, ad sontabted thatole n dont Von
oellan Girlue the wiseng with eo re-fighting equip-tton. It is up to an to do It in some whe giten very strong wouer senten of the court-mar
and effective mintH but by the time they goterosle t overnor-in- lw nJul2, areu alsot

e m andi lerei thefire was already well under sme other manner, adtI would be cnc t onr et the issue of new licenses; epe ldeneYra o a
ascldtasen ir-ru T cperinteti the had pointed out r theal enre hoarln l Count Yr Cut W EDDINGr
M ar eople Corol.Ceaep the s.Cill hwva wr HONatlatRy JaIn ,Police Tconsidered the time had not br, C e our
iA llaoed tie chr ,ge, sufrdlo ssntofamuchnse-vWsa btthrrsoluytion ses oS thcause *wi tltet wo r.men from the Central Fire Br-. apesd bythe juir mmboluratio n to herthe rov slon by which r
Italithleon Isrpr ...o...oma a per l al the Govw a erno e-Councl could re-MORE EXP t tLSIONaknledeSd
M.ltomimoIn three r ide, P ort-of-Spain, also hur ri edo e otron -gl Whe mater ematcarle naxnethe leofrtiosColone l. -ticksl etc.,et c
Mather oris istintonlythe s ent.poire comf sspeund, ut sI t iscusst d Ingo ingato crea o mt. h our s oftreadin gle aoydJstaep h acrti-~~etgAtley W geClnl
1 conquest vising the operations were Capt. tee t-..- -h cedhw hw lp hoci se ofhthraingr poe nteding th e oleoreing t wah we ur ht -li n


Mad ric atd Theoburntmotor-caa owne d e dtien Dr. Rostant cntior h rderAnd dmeprsrters ton
andMer wlIe. t HumphreyBowrng, oft Capt. Eric f s ea timates $24o I iprovidedth faort h te leweof i nga t en on July 20, aena led de sentsener of A orte mallr B
lea emhassin0lashe an Alastat Spernted. h- a, .., ,_ ,,_ .. +... possible for the Governor-in- fwro ul 0 r lot


t. houpnl f anthe motor-sar ita n th cMr. oi. te ofte.re aic, oamic gern u times Council ito consider n theftha t tro w expelled:a Genetat of In f antry o I i I
s e w ell as ent J. Kirby-Turner.M.MedicalSuperintendent of the Col- the rigidity would be gradually re- ObIicht; Colonel Count Stauffeow Cut and Etched Glassware,
ludphiOai people Corporal Ceir, the N.C.O. in oni Hospitl at San PrnImao, laxed. That was-astrong point be- berg, Colonel Mertz Von Quirn' hnseCre


IM3 their one-time charge, suffered loh of much house- What this .reoution see docae he felt it would be ttr to heie and Lieut. Haeften. Al om E.P.N.S.,
Vie ItaJlian f1lit hold belongings, it is reported. nowIs to make it apersonal allow allow & gradual relaxation rather traitors, who acknowledged their

na ot the s ance Dr. ostant. I or one ee than a sudden repeal of the ori- uilt themselves by committing Vases, Jewelry, Candle
s r on the pro-fire spread rapidly, endangering not very strongly on the matter becsse nance or suicide: Colo-nel -Genera Beik, Gon Sticks, etc., etc. ES
Boris oftte oon the B copud bu1 A tM I thitisaoungt Itrates sthase. n oral of Artillery Wag ner, Colonel-
Cotrlh on iphe entire cop d W u Ithh e profifding c or wheotelharodu. There Hon'ble Roy Joseph ral-rytag Lorn1942 andd in aneut.-
iB wed very unusual many nearby houses. r g ofe wIha ecsed the measure, pointing out Colonel Schrader, And deserters to --








iii- r hlli. i ke in sii a re s tit 50d o er- cent.mre Goen memberdig tof the A ermy.Th ueradoe ^'~i- t. (nearT.G.R.
and ma4ue Teahe burnt motor-car was owned do the duties when Dr. Ros nt tn h as c ene d oeroa d hatHntradersw b e d erSr

oef Port-o-Spain. lot-of-Spavn. tind kDr Riat t a mett rrandti iwterwasn otfatond aersos Gepreall il lA be handd G
and Mr. McD. by Mr. Aleong,ofPr--Satlaes dopreatthfatht notwithstanding the fact that they Lindemann and Major G. Kuhn.

Sh played Another motor-car in the cA m- one of the reasons which prompted eae t aY r ofer t thro ur Inspection Invited.
theorae tng a high licence fee. "Proud set to expel former



* r. Ceoreeve punol teachers primarsoos now b pad Secretay, the Honbte 'R. Jo.pK blh ar. pe'snCour tt will t pkespla ce shrStl R
S is excellenth for ave rueceit hed newme of tirnedy MT e _A oringenc to asoen-tHe d s ut tht whilatrader yield MarherwGtheramentr istreV n Wtle __
- oa tbleisD rount.togthat pes tieo cast year more than $38a,000, but dered void by the fact that he was

Aug. 1 O thuciety, f wn the Cooiefr tor hsa movntIfd a coc caseneovernment had thought ie a t to re- already expelled from the Wehr-an cmadri
am hel l see no reason why they cannot duce their trading hours bhy almost macht In1942 and inno anger a
hrbmlos e rs ass ~increase the salary of Dr. Rosiant,a 50 per cent. Ile urged Govern. member of the Army. The Fuehrer IHnyS.'na ...

riccthm etiton ssd lientiats e because, like the jrlion member for ment to give consideration to this has consented to the proposals, and He S T
*H n+h CSrdedtr h epto EInoi-o,-e olnonyhn b Dr. p trant m atte rand ifitowusas notfond ad, persons expelled will be handed

wPla recd pors Exaag Is a very efhcaent onfecer and de- v sable to increase thehours L of over to a ae there Peoe'Cort f
Cade -serves a better soadyal thaen he istrade then reduce the licence fee. judy ent. Trial before tile PeaJ 26 8699
oeur w ic proed to C scho primary schones dd o snahniMd. Thro'be8. te9 pl t aginsHier s
relyi herte received nao o o tahernm en JAwoing ai onsn cea oing to extendr f ing the Coun, rt wa ltace shortly."d
a.CCais pondent o Ne Benlsfirhe Pinted out the o at while thra-ders FieldfMarshal Erwin Von Witzle
Augo. Iun Ar success in the College ods whoa nhd moved concurrence of the: ue might havesl f a grievance as regards ben, former German commander in I I
e rot ilntheexaminations held last January Council in the votes, made no replytheir trading hour, they certainly France and Italy, wa named In
c ket compentiton topassed as lucent otes were Mr. and the rOrolution was therefore had no grievance as to the money Austrian newspaners reaching
.fnwill be played C. Rfgoobar of the tan Fern.n- passed. the were making. He thaereforeLndon today, as the ringleader of
wifl Holdic, prided do the Givenan coMr.1. no hia- did nt sYnt pathsey with Mr. the plot against Hitler. Von Wits-
rep ly is rc of the Chagnd anas Government Nin Joseph objecting to extending the leben, it wa stated, proclaimed

between these two of the Rock River C.M. School and it eal nt German generals in Moscow. TheTE T 1
tnallva billed to Mr. A. M. Khan of yeUnion CM. d inatc e ye-sterday gave -.. field-marshal who commanded
30 during nthe last nes Lrst g isatrdestoin erianedthe German Army at the beginning i
r. adr the rst S first rea dinags to nine Bills and of the war, became Commander-
SathTeachers' Exm suspended the Standing Orders t Se in-Chief in France until Von Rund-







Bi shr'' liv eda Ala Wee Btad Q ey ,14he commandedllo G .rtenI Indac.__ ^. __f \ '//f[H f
n of the B.G. pass through all its stages an stedt took over in 1942. In Decem-
ofeentroi t waAs1T~t Ordinance providing for speedy Bread2o wn Qury er 1942. he commended German
~supplyCofrbol~lsInPostpone d Aineekremedying ofrinsanitary condi- r own u troops stationed in northern Italy.
on in* shi areas and ooerI theAccording to the German radio,
tions in stm areas over- voting Government attention the Nazi leaders and Governors of
of the board was Teachers' examinations have now crowding in dwellng-houses In to breakdown i transportation every Grman dttrict ha been In
dt requti beentse n definitely f tied for Tuesday, Port-of-Spain and San Fernando. facilities between TobagoandTrini- conference yesterday and through-
had been notified August 15 to Friday, August 18, ano The first-reading Blls are as dad, the Hon'ble Roy Joseph tabe d out today. Goebbels, Htmmier and
the pupl teachers' examinations fol lowsaquestion In the Legislature yes- Spfer, the Armaments Minister
for Aus 1, Ie was Gou l oTe -An Ordinance to amend the terday seeking action to have nor- addressed the conference.
S uyesterday.o t Public 'Health Ordinance. Mal service resumed at once. B ECAUSE UPO THECONDKIX
ghtA Hr d Communique from the Iwforma- 2-An Ordinance to amend the Full xt of the question follows: PRISONA. T i
sh tor tion Oce explained that the qes- Liquor Licences Ordinance. "I the Government aware that a Appointed by the Acting Oov-a g AlPNe'- LIFEll MUPL.
tion paprs taor these examinations 3-An Ordlnance to amend thE loss of many thousands cf dollars ernor to be official visitors to the
have arrived In the Colony; but, Education Ordinance. will be incurred by resort-owners in Royal Jail and Carrera for three-
SRa2M Aowing to the shirortinterval between 4--An Ordinance to amend the Tobago. and that much i onven-year terms, effective from July 26 E EXPRIEN DOO
dAOfort thei lamnathoins dtweControl of Licensed Premises (Tem- ence and suffering will be occa-last, are Mr. F. L. Mathleu, Mr. E IN MAKING AEDIAGNOS









SS^ .fixed& for BthB eaintions, Itrwa ns pr INblm MAKING---- CIA COINILGNOSISB
.xe rtew porary Provisions Ordinance, 1943. sloned residents and business peo- S. Fo. Inn.ss. Mr. L. D. Punch, M. U F I U
ei.trly detErmined proposed to postpone them for one 5.--An Ordinanc to provide for ple who have of necessity used ts OCaptain R. Johnstone, Mr. Stanley MT
northern end of theI wek. the making of loans to certain per- service, owing to the failure of the Stone, )Jr. Horace &. Mayers and DOIE TNKIDNEYS.O3
S 900 sons in the employ of Government British West Indian Airways id 1 r. *..Sellier.
i y, ViAllersa nd Lv t r and of certain corporations to the Coastal Steamers to provide .A..
-9assist them In acqtuiring, provid- adequate travelling facilities be- S ITARlY INSPRIMORS MET FOR IF THE KIDNEYS ARE
At y sector, sedtrounng eing or Improving housing coom-tween Trinidad and Tobago for the Thenregular monthly meeting of FAILINGINTHEIRIMPORTANT










P~g~y OirAinerc~iwtook amag and imualieIncldng ameting for thedmselves anp ter monts of AuSguat ll? l~~iE~g ee ^ ^^ IL 'W ~
-attacks were. Strike In C mdI n for theee d ther month ofAut? the Snt Inspectors' Assocla- 1 YOF REMOVINGEX.CESS
pushed the British famIs and in discharging en- "In view of the fact that If a tion of Trinidad and Tobago will ACIDS AND POISONOUS
411 2,000 yards. Hard OTTAWA, Aug. 4 (CP)-Nine cumbrances and charges. similar breakdown in transportation be held in the clinic building op- WASTES FROMTHE BLOOD-
Oitg on too, round thousand workers went on strike 6-An Ordinance to amend the facilities had occurred to a private
and at Evrecy the m Canada today from the Atlantic School Teachers' Pensions Ordin.- steamship company with a Govern- paoite the railway station at Couva TrpN WE ARE POWERLESS
Ing up the British to the Pacific coasts. Four him- dance. ment contract they would almost at 0 o'clock this afternoon sharp. TO PREVENT SICKNESS.
e by an arc of dred and fifty shipbuilders struck 7-An Ordinance to amend the ce tainly have been compelled to
A. in British Columbia in protest to Motor Vehicles and Road Tlrafc charter vessels, and in the case of
West, A big German the employment of anti-Union Ordinance. an airline, 'planes, to keep up their INSURANCE COM-
servicesq, will the Government takePES Wotft INSURE:
stretched northwest workers. Three thousand workers 5--An Ordinance to amend the immediate steps to see that a nor-PSON WHOSE KIDNEYS
i by now prob- still out of Halifax shipyards and Country Markets Ordinance. mal service between Trinidad and
entiely gone. in the union contract dispute. 9-An Ordinance to amend the rPblago Is resumed at once?",
Brltish troops have Four thousand workers are tying Spirits and Spirit Compounds Or-
a drive that may up the transportation system In dinance.
whole enemy position Montreal, Canada's biggest city, in
the second day of the strike.
that the Allies were following the wage dispute In Pavement Sleepers Tn P Ros
S Germasl were Kitchener. Ontario. ItDyeaArGt pw sep on c p"ipe erv e
armour across from Dlraw A t ni nIn N avy R s r erwba, & W .hw~ s
ofCe o etPromoted lieutenants In t~he feelig. in 61 !m
and men to meet Allies Fom New 1CallforGovern&metattention Trinidad Royal Naval Volunteer ehesilk W le.
iBalkans Air Group to Personssleeping on city pave- Reserve urenact s itheeut B. R. Any',spe"lls,".--.lwe ld-
to be on the LONDON. Aug. -i (Reuter)--It ments, Is made In question tabled Clarke. and acting Sub-iceut. Wsi of faslykiw actio. Ifym
Oill 112. was announced tonight that a new In the Legislative Council yester- A. Spence. hew myrof tlawd"tlile
end of their as- Allied air group has been formed day by the Hon'ble Gerald Wight Promoted lieutenants (x Sad'iy.
the enemy is fight- ni the Mediterranean to be kilown as follows c transferred from the exEcutive iMaking a tai Dodd's n e t
IN fact, sid Mar- as the Ba-lkan Group. The air "Will the Government or branch to the special ex eswe,
Iff roud in local offier commanding is Air Vice- appointin a committee to conduct branch are acting Lleut. T. N -i/ba nks to bladlmdaw
I here today through Marshal William 'It11tt' who lies an IvestigoUn in order to deter- Hdgaos. acting Lieut. L. A" d E TL SMIKIlaem. dswDkl
S Pressing on now, been chief of the R.A.F. at Gibral- mine the extent to which and th Gannes, acting Lieut. W. H. Rouse.
30.reporter who t, tar, fgr the last five months. The reason why a number of persons acting Lieut. D. L. Dawsor, Sub- !Ilyg~~'l .
NMli the fighting wut group Isl Intended to centratlise air find it necessary habitually to sleep Lieut. F. W. Norman. acting Sub-
muhof the salient :onerationis in the Balkans. except on the pavements of the city of Lttut. L. C. M. Archer. acting Sub-Iq ,
were_*ghtfn strategi bombers, and intensify air Port-of-Spain, and= to make__recoin. Lieut. D. A. Marshall and acting k1
wJ'~!tOeletheirt lintaet operations in the Adriatic. mendations." SbLet ,Dnu. I 4
~'xrathe sain LYING 301 A~tA CKs Transport Problems CITY COUNCIL 2/-
today over the bat- beoemdiht last niht the or- .... S...dy PORT.OF-.SPAIN ,d ,,,
been brilliant and mans agi started sendig flying Women's Se.rvice organiaton of __
1 Pr~llom midday bombs against southern England." the UE'O. wil meettoday at p~m. "
weather was including the Lodon area,..andi Mis Caroyn Ty.ler..directo~r of;ponmetO si W [O '
he 24 hours end- tervals" until dawn causing some will preside. Thm purpose of the
AI~RIICrh took daaeand casualties, including Iniecting is to disuss problems Of sistant Engineers
fewoe lekiled ranniratinI '+"-- -" 'W l
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day of August, 1044 ALL AND I I __a..SM Ibecause4 ofmo.esrgensuonablunder
SINGULAR that value freebhold I..e timvn fsts noe and otboin 00h paai e O te Mthe .ni .lp
aI d sed situtie at o a O- through which thousands M f P- &S40la v es, de., as pre r ed by
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E S t res atSa ieSn the Waerdt causeiitatg axem aidtyid, iednan-anpr
RKHof Ta*mdg In the Island of most common*muse of2Indig.esi. -,I
Trljdad comsprising OME ACRM can be neutrallsed Intantly bY hvndr
and lSIC PRIO m ore or lam tskItrahIWeiBesuageg xm.....
IN ]NER 469"wbIch sold IMl1 aminds- the id
Northern portion ofute t rot h O f 'e e I...se..sad 4se l o-lo ,t a inWper
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SPricea d is od On the North by fm stpma t a t m It -Hl- -- m quaiS-
Pric p pa Sret t O the hs $as by --,nmd ..s.e.L..al bS
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Talk Of Trinidad FinanCal Suces Expected
WHOu a m..From Forest Reserve Dance
Acting GvrawadWe gtA bWgecrawowittended the dance Organized by3 MM .g
taed rWalton Butterworth, the wife of the American(ae ne Thav tta
Aff lres tIn Madrid, Mr. Walmaley. the First trstary t he"l AIn dMTllot t welfat nd a f
rlet Bnbaaty at jbbon; and Capt, Aguilllas at Tnch at overnfnt |*tbg e which u-as held at Forest Rsem Club itt
Nue onm "lhuday. They were tntransit from the United Setaes to baturday, under the patronage of Mr. A. J. Ruthven-umwy, the
su .. .. .... o wi| jasafte off Trinidd Leaseholds. Ltd, 04 MMs Vt
SMr. S. A. Hammond. Edi nation Adviser to the Coptroller imn of Tnid hos. fLtd, a M .
Development and Welfare In the West Indies. who was a guesat at M mrlra tbles g. .. aPoint Portin, Mr. ad Mrs. C. H.
Ooe 1ust oeU on0 Wednesday evening, turned to Barbado a fS 0s t e e with Lem one of Antillak Mr "Mr
flowssand tecuhuewas Murray Of Apag Mr. C~rU O
lnll" .* d oraaa .m th-r bout with red. oannes. Mi Joan and MiW Grace
FLSte MAChosgiigpaprgreci at and Roatant, from 8mn Fersnndo, Mr.
'MR. P. LXLE CALVE& who Igiving an organ recAl with wll Vases of xoras most artis- and Mrs. T' ard M.
Margaret's Church, Belmont, tomorrow, at 7.30 pin, tellst at iggly anmnd. r.afTea s A i 1
amusing anecdote of one of his recitals In gland. Loay oe.gMss were Aold byl four afd.M il Tod Mi r s Mr
le had been Invited to re-open a re-conditloned r at pretty litle wrl-Heken Blanc, J.E. Barretmt, r. andMrs. S Run
tailartant country church. On the dat f exc illy ho Wl Donn Ma Baret May re, Mr andM m Mnt Mr and
weather prevailed, with the result that the two wan blowers flatly and Marilyn Pollons. M Mr r.n Pait Mr and
eured to blow unlM a barrel of beer was placed in the organ loft Blanc. Mr and Mr. A og-E Mr
ler use duringthe recital. To this the church authoritiesWeti DANCE CONTXSTS and Mrs. Chenault, Mr. and Mrs
e it Frank Pollonais, Mr. and Mrs. Rudle
samelled reluctantly to agree. Knowing the ,agaries of organ- -..,, .m kPloae radM ~de
hiwm '. r. Clvr did not feel too happy, but everything went P Ralpht Oieeau's band supplied Rostant and Mr. and MrSi. Peter
out a hitch. *he music for dancing and Mr. Tom Thavenot.
Shad chosen Handel'a "Water Music" as one of his Items, Dower acted as master of ceremony.
*MjI guessing that Its propeUing energy was to be produced by Th7 dns e Contestg arojsed a
l *great deal of intertat and the win-
*^^ e *"nor$ of the waits were MISS Joan f aS
FVM UA0O Women's Service Organiatiton will hold itL. ee- [ ant and Mr. Rudle Rostant T o ay'S MD iaUry
ond meeting today from S to 6 p.m., with MIs Caros nat r while Miss Audrey Hutchinson and
'Tykir, Director of Women's Activities for the VS.0., presidng. her partner were awarded the jt- Discovery dance, Trinidad Coun.
'tlfg will discuss problems of transportation. Au women hoILd terbug prize. There was aoa s t tryr Club.
WOOu pr endance, which was won by Mrs. Discovery dance, Perseverance
cards are urged to be preset. and. her p partner. clu
a* Various articles were raffled dur- ctlover dance, rortuse A.
* QInTTO DOMINICANO, a CaracasM orchestra, will be among ing the evening and as a result a 's-it' o.. .. .
a the attractions featured at the Trin.dad Country Club this case of rum was won by an Ame- ,Meeti g fffU.S.O. Women' Ser-
sIntg. Thewill have an hiour's Interlude, during which rhumbas, rican visitor and a dress length by vi ce Organisation, U.S.O. club-
*sof" ., sabaMb, nd other' South American numbers will be played. Mr. Schauble, while Mr. Eric Gran- room, 5 p.m.
4* 0 "0saul was very lucky and won two Tomorrow
X r. W. D. LAMBIE. His Majst1. Trade Commmissioner, and Mrs. lraffles-half a case of rum and tTomorrow
^vl Lamble, who are in Barbados at present, received aldice by st Of cocktail tables. Other arti- F lappers' dance, Prt'iguese As-
'able that their son, Pte. Douglas R. Lamhii, Royal Regiment ol were auctioned and included a sociation6. 30 .. to ,nidniht.
fathing suit, men'.s handkerchiefs. Piano recital by MissWItifred
'Canada, is In a hospital in England offering from a wound in his rafi handbag anda bttle o Ae R y Vti Wnltrud
Noit f'hoilder caused bY a shell fragment during the fighting In whisky nd a d bottle Atwell, Rpoyal Victoria Institute,
.Ntrnnandv. whisky. 30 p m
"Humming Bird" Joins with his friends In wishing him a PRIZES PRESENTED Forthcoming Ev.nt"
.sed. ...r.Miss Joan Rostant sang two Discovery Day (Public holiday), I
:'D EAR&AIA for the new US 0 show, "Strip for Action," w son, which were m: 'happrecia- Monday, August 7.p 1Y9)I
"" will be produced at all the U.8. and British bases, are underway, ted, and at midnight Mrs. Ruthven- Souse party, barbecue aquatic -
The cast Includes Helen Rogers, Carol HIl. Alice Fordner, Betty Mtm-ray graciously presented the sports, dancing, etc., at Persever- 1I
:Waly and CheTrv Balaban, all of whom. I hear, have had stage prlses to the lucky winners, and ance Club, Monday, August 7.
ot-riene in the united Stafe-i The male member, of the cast have was herself presented within a bou- Passilng Brompton Road" by the
,5m chosen from enlkted men stationed on the Naval Base at quet by Miss Joy Finley. D/t.ation Club, Empire Theatre,
, Ca .uaran.. The prizes and the articles auc- Tiursday, August 10, 8.45 p.m.
Another U.8.O. troupe catering partlrularlv for the Piuerto Ricans tlined wo Snere all donated by rd ...
,,+mchantsofe wai er n andoanatd by ort-
,ftloriedhien'e t I the ext on the schedule. The cast include Spanish- cfhnts San Feraidn ond P ort- D n n- g.
A taking Americans and Puerto Ricans. Sexpectcd tht about 1,000 n s n
I..l t Is expected that about $I,000l r
e e will be realized for tlhe local troops For darning, use thick needles for
F LI P" THRW entertained some of his friends to cock- overseas. though the figures are not heavy materials and thin ones for
i "' y at aterwards to dinner at Coblentz Guest Ho.e on yet available, and the organLsers ilght materials. Keep them sharp
,I d vay enly ng. and helpers are to be congratulated and rust-free by rubbing on emery
Among those present were Capt, Henneswvy. Lieut PAil1 Clark, on a grand financial and social umic- paper or a cinder, or by sticking
John ft en, Mr. Dnuils Moore, I, Mortimer, Mr PFraik Jar- cess. or everyone seeins to have v-- them in a pin-cushion when not In
Ia srd Mr. Bernanstrln. Senior Commander Hanimmlck, A.T.S., joyed the dan'e thoroughl. use .
I,, I a guest at Cohl.i'z H"int.. a!,. jo:nd ti e party. Those present included Mr enid Always use thread of the same .
1 Mrs. A. J. Ruthven-Murrav Mr. and material as tile garment, wool for 5
'emQ W. M. RATI'AN w,, i a..g..u. ..s at an Activation Day Mrs I.. Laidlaw Mr. and Mr' o silk for silk, and 'oton for
Pinley and M~r. and Mrs. Prior f~rom cwonii
dinner party given at the NC( hulth at Fort Read on TIhuis-a a .. ............. S
e*venig. WIt wa qu4tP a g'av altair. tlihe :'livtities or which were R J d -- P o g . =
h tnied by an orchIra mnd 'rornmni,'nR".l' ,gin, d Uio I 0 ,r o i Ii iii .
COolonel RattAn. Cn!te Minis rd MIalor ,lAwrien n made short, ---B= .. -- .... --. .... WI
1ehea which were answered 1y l'v Pat. P,,AprI, and others present-______ ..- _______ __" _". .-
W Oft I. Davis, (ant, Hoer. n el it, t lg Ij, Illut. Patts 11iut :00 A: n.ernn't N\,,p t. News
l t.i.n of r x-eNF Ted 11-ntg Vio~ 'sita. Musical---
OsinMU", W'O Erysv'c, W 0. caAim1PLs and all the rsilsted men o IS', BHHC Or. heL'a M.n*.' VI* t musical
ON 5 :30 r+ '''''+ I h' +'' + d + I D + .,. I'Ie1 .n' r W ,n,"+artet H)Tnnl from Home

p,; rsforr the 17ni2,l .Slat e s ,srd nrmi'ling by : 1 D... .oe n
Pan AmPricAn Alrwa-s wnsN Mr. ( H. Wes '1X4i. manai0ing . Barn tDanc Raymond slott
eCaOr Of tI,'ae A te. Made[tnIre, Mr%- Wel;i.,od and thhtr daughter, 4..5.- e -- ew-- "-- I
B1Kathleen Wentwd, are leavin-' sr.ithly to join him ii r. e, :00- wI.t in,1.1e tl,-ry Ne., C+-- Jai .
S"*7 :' ... ... j* ,, Port
-,. ,, 3 . 0 t ,J, reel T'ratk Taytor
U!L,-O nOWN gorber. u,,s ate. irir; off(!ed for Sale at No. 7, 7 :: .7 rnk h.nay r
GOry Street, St Iar, hr pro' f,. ds ,) go ,o the lcd Cross und. ---------- -- .--. -.-
S0 a ..- N seHt Hit Parade 5
*:1.11 P;,rim MAI a glB I.
)JR and MRS. A. FTT.1S 1$ OKE gre a stlall dinter-partv, last 8 :3 01,1 ar,, Hall liltoPate i Na.ionsi BRn mDance
Saturday night asrd their uet. wtr'p e iMr and Mrs Murray .. .........
4t21113, M. and Mrs. L. J. Shrlb'al.l and Captain Gniffiths. After :-- N.. ...... N-.- Reportr "News ....
I M. M M raI an r took their guests to the dance at Polnte- I U 1 wui tram LdDa N. at Home lAtin Rhytei -al l
M "out ub. Mr. Cooke has recently returned from a businesO 7 .. orn, wute Dance Tme
Sto Jamaica. :4 ramohon Reeords .....____ ___ ......
....* no Ne _Night Owl Club
MiR. aod MH5 PRANK PO[i.LONATS return., to Forest Reserve at /Is 1 (I :Co' Intr magazi ne .
:30 -er" Raft Street
the e Of last vwek aftr a trip t, Canada and the United .. ,
Slato. 14'. Plotearls agn llAd-'ip In Poilnit-a-Ploere h,(spial for so rno . .- -.... -- .----.. -.. -- -- -
W b htil food as(ie Ih nite-h ivh' t]>r. _____ f__i__nn, i


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Starting THURSDAY ..

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MONARCH
TODAY 4.15 & .0-
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Lon Chancy, Don Terry, Noah
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650 8 1 Reels of Roaring Action:-
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TONIGHT at 8.M-
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John Garfiel#, Cary Grunt, Alan
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Destination Tokyo
Sipeml Added Attraicttons
Tomorrow:- IN OUR TIME

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BOXING
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Saturday, August 5
8 Round f I2 Mimn. Each.
The manawment invites all
Interested men of the Mer-
Chant Navy to come forward
elnd take past. Names m
weixhtsh May be given to the
Club Steward.
'PHON 148N
With the ermisslion of the
Swtomr Board of Controlt
OPtICERKS' QUARTERS.
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TODAY at 8 a u.M p.m.-
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The Ever Popular Musical:-
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-pm onon .. Best offer.
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A Beauty ........ $8,M500
C. 16 Jogee Road, San
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97, th Street, Bars-.
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Pomsmime ........ $3,100
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ILJomewersforasking
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Eddie CANTOR

Georee MURPHY

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Allyn Jlya in Pred MeMarray
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sGolf ToAid T.A.FA. LeaguersIn City Green Limes
Thr-ler St. Dunstan's An ___ oa QATT PA
And Piarco Carded Today INK
St. Osuai WiUl b with SprUa Club on the Assoeiation ground Pi k*th
TAlBtad & Spm or L i g t he tanhCt m theT power stu lat '.,My-$ o:llege a C o le teI S C .li0 ne d
'7".. e M tt Draw For Tourney JPy tlo Plar to take Om the ChMpion Fleet Air Arm inthe to Seet Q,.-
ublt e Wad tisr U4 cu thcoony' To Be Played Today TAJPA. *ant league match carded tor this afternoon. ..-...
isposse, up their %4 am psiig on satur-Clb w faue Avi # i- -11
g,,#W ebay ting a powerful Th.e Rest, xi And Monday o gg u odb o @ 1 -- - etr B.G.TO CLEANSE
SCUM BD a ABmateur Potboll Leawue, by The s l i n r t e ult torwa=1 3 the r lan-'p Rod-
|~~~~~~~~~~~ ,tll Potl1Llie ythe draw torthe 0eomp1ietfl, orstr rigue hs beenhaiedthe beg [l~llilrlI
t* al In Po-nt i norul. i the aif S t brighton Pay THE SYSTEM
Us mhat vil n oit w d stn' t b paydB.G. forward" in r"cent rears. end Brigh vton Play
I ohusuWrtam. ~At the St. Andrew's Golf lualot-Ild put much Itte I the SpotIls
Maoraval. tod, and Mcnda t:- forwd lint..THOROUGHLYe
In the opening mion of play Stnatthet t Tee: ._I ub have ao brouht Soldier XI In THOROUGHLY oand all te
2 nie ad0haoen 2.yls0 5 T l I essential to
mamex which baffled the Capt. C. 0. Adams. Blal a former Barbados playe'r' T T I of1ONWaste imdlra,
l 00^W~ier an G S ^ Thma peinfc- t~*-i l Blcwou ss^ St.AFL.Today In m i k of your office
p~.-R .HilP ans .mtheirteamfor today. "w wftk-J way ck mouro e
ad a mot diffcult time as he saved I.Jeffrey Stollmeyer. ace right-i
i'k Ibeautifully a number of shots di- 210 ? ep.m. --o t .dCry.s r ioe whas h out of Cana t a f u I
A. C. Hale. front s'ine hethey bowed to St. LA BREAGAudn. r 4 Thoe4 USOT. preed relen.ea ..215 p-.-C. L. McIntyre plays Mary's will make a re-app e LA BRA Aug. 4 The Brigh
t'....,. .B.O.T orglad thtarllntli i . nand veteran Botha Tench will ap- ton recreational gound will be the
Neville Douglas, that brilliant little J. H. Reid.
kde forward. achiev~dte envi- 2 pm.pear at full back. Mr. V. Richards scene of an important soccer clash
"ale forward, ochie ngd th3e .- Morrinplahys will reftree the match, while Mr. On Saturday afternoon, when Third
abl edistion of notching the Dr. Geo. Campbell. G. de MattxM and Mr. N. Lau- C~aa,:s' Batteyn Football Club, un- ,'-. wr --. 1 rr 1 119-
ierst o of the sea sovne will be the linesmen.-derthe lead ,,,ip Captain ,r- t i,. r ,
M drank Polo po-ertfui shot from close ranre. C-apt. P Robirson. Following are the teams ry Gomez, clash with Brighton PC. O." db,.Mf. i,.,.E
to earn the and a few mi .utes later. A. Chris- 2.30 p.m.--W L. Ward plays dseleact or:-- sNLippered by FTctGarlinel inb .....EI.RA..
Sfor the Net- topiW netted his tam's second H K selected. skippereK by T C iarcner In AA
1W. wil i te te Vt.a tiff placemer .. CASUALS: .K Wien M&I-k cO -s.. ,Slil Sled rftntule ARIMA BOROUGH
.2 while in the te n t here1r.35 P..--.. Norman play" Tenth and K. Warn,' tR. Tres- crompe:,a t:',tinder heai a.pices RIU
isPo" tas wTher a s n uthffrplacormne n Gawfer.2.. B Nra CaSUALS: K .owls arrnd acCOUNCILat hidfi~
cpfllui Porter was tril R.p^ Knwles and 10.. t:-e Ver- of the Southein Amat.ur Footfball UNCIL 24 Frd e S
al ete in the this session of play despite many Starting from the 10th Tee:- teull; R. BLnfleld, .J. Stollmeyer League. 24...eS
B ~help St. CS'risnin's brilliant attempt by A. Charles.. 2.00 pm. H. V. Sahatori plays icapi.l, H. de Silva, S. Hunter and On tile BrthIon hin-up ill be TENDERS in- writng ae iuited
st the Trinidad Grant and A. Joh-. of 'The Reqt Dr. Rt G. Stanl.y. Vic. Stollmeyer. a 16-year-old bo, p.odila named l for the supply and spol of ..... -
'bldsers' Union inter- and Douglas. Chri-tlopher and 205 pm.- W. B. MCCullough SPORTING CLUB:- N. Kilgour; Augustine R.be.ro. He ,s a player and I" blur lime.tone metal, and_
S1 at the Oval. Phullip of U.BOT. pays D. N. McOnle. S. Dopson and R. Tench H. Day of c.ass and the'opposing defend- I' and I" blue limestone aiftings
210 p~m.-EIc reil plays CaeptR. Blackman and C. Dore: A. Al-(r, will have their Viork CLt out m111 for reptiring Mt. Pleasant. Prince. r,
S BLEAD REDUCED A. .Ha.m.- kis. A. Rodrigues, J. Alkinis, R. checking hIs -rlver movements. 1He Coorite and certain other Streets-
Ucut margin. scor- mte oco n. 2 15 n.m.-C. Hope Ross play Seon and E. Yaei. will :e up a: cu rbri.scr I th e s~cn sion Of Wayi. Majr F. Res.ouh f ris
whileSt. tCrispin's AhmaT Charles. combing tload- 220 pn-. H. Palmer plays SAINTS AT PIARCO The coirn loreprese'nt Brighton 2 The materials must be'ran- A I *a
va ntageCharl wt ohni antdot r- p2. 2. HP pI v a. Mars Collee,,s-o he I 1 be as fol.:o T cT.C. r: iner ported In such quantities and m st
Atotaleot.2rispintagewithmJdohnardeS.cogttoare- 220. N .---gH. lmerSt.cMor ry'sCollege, who have ior s S lmu i and T Forbes. H. McD. be spotted In .Iuch place's i the
honours yester- duced the lead for his team with a 225 p.m. S. B. Schnitter plays over Casuals ant 1 0 vid Shamrock nM tie Joeph. C. 1 vii and E Lre: F Town as required by the Town
:-beautifully-tUned shot which corn- A3 Adm anrShltr ly dulsdSarc I il 1 l~o" l( ,V^. o" ~ eurdb h o
b the hero o f p ully-tim baled shEckoel but w hich cors- A P. Blair. two matches they have con;estedso MCAI'ir, Jo We',kes, A. Ribeiro. Superintendent from time to
r t p the hero of pletely baffled Eckelm but Chris- 2 '0p.m.-M. 0. Grell plays R. S.t fmh. wilt go up "to Piarco to .nla s G. Ads and F.Riai eand. pertcubicryarti ofr.each of betquotedaboe S
4urryinf off, with tie. an English player on the Grell t"1 o a Rbclro. Rsv time. SepIrae pricis to be quoted to a
the 100yards and U.B.OT. line-up, advanced the Those starting from the firstFlteeti.
Polo of he same ead of hs team wth a mardlousi ee ontSaurdah.iwlloplaymrom FleeaIn ther only mtch havenenn-will playlXinwillplay infi metof etal atfdtiittin r rpepe
Polo of the me lead of his team with a mar hlous Tee o n day. i held Cos to draw. wle st whte sht e
l t into second shot which roked the net. the tenth Tee on Monday. while Mary's have beaten Shamr'ock, ,iho Tie ah e sh.dued to begin 3 Tenders Ii sealed envelope
B 'of Rsr B_ Undaunted by this setback. 'The those starling from the ten.1 Tee wipped Colt.. pun.ic;;t.a at 4.45 p.m marked on the outside. ender re
of Rosary Bo's Rest" again found t.ie goal through on Saturday will play from the Joey Gons.lves wil be between __ metal and fittings re to ber d-
'Vh star long-dlstance the medium of Scott who beat first Tee on Monday. the uprights for tie Sainis anid thex drcss.d to the Town Clerk anid
the 80 yards and Eckel to a frazzle with a powerful Handicap competitions will be will depend chiefly on him to s'op A Favour ed. T rs" th( ie Town Hall. ArimA,
the 440 yards went drive, played on both days and ent.rv shots from Wardlaw, Wilkes, Cains SCie voure 10 later than the 10th of August. I N v '
Thertaftex, goalkeeper Vernon sheets 'il be posted at the cluo and others. 1944. FINE. CONS
IIb Cynthia Porter was Thoma was put to a severe t..st :t,,i use. --- Win 40-Milel Walr k 'i, o_-nrit do,., ,ot bin,, it-
St .flat event's. e. 1 in stopping shots in rapid succes- Tliose members who have rot For self to accept the lo , ,, or an'
B Irt- In the distances sion from the boots of Llhcrap, entered for the competition are t. F ortin T m Fo B; ueoi "f 11 mnv brilliant tender. 1
IL. Bi 1 neIof tI nilnsInrvitednitteadtendJoil
tom-o100 to 440 yards., hristopher, Christie and Douglas cordially Invited to attend on viclOres, Jo) tn- eh sr soI.rt"a ,
won the scon Doug.' eventually succeedingtil both days and t give their sup',- .San J Sunday "' -. is 1.,.% I'd ,t- o th"A t 3alamat All I
yards but was un- scoring with a magnificent shot port to the cau'" (or which this n uan u n annual 410-nnt championmiin even tl
e 100. the second after a brilliant solo efon, to make event has been arranged. Tea will A formidable table tennis andi trom San Fr-inanta to Port-ot- Town Clerk J4
tO rnhi&In im, he the score four goals to two In Ihls be ser ed. A tr aletbe tn Is a '3.POzllt<4,be h,,Id 1.lnorr.o, wi th thel8hJly 14.

isla s'switeA. Anzacsn To Play oo1.0,riv,,al;; ,,,+ Mg o.
fm rom Hunth e In a F or the winners, Eckel ifo. gs oin h nidad Guardis Correp odent. The is otrs will leave. aPoint o Vnia- Roe.ii

H~kGeorge Edwards. Charlie Bain; SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 3.--A Fortin *t 4 R..anm^~d sh, I"d be at Ch'l'mpion< of Nvpser-ipar BR*| J ^ iK
fe mthes eferees whitle.wilrpreet of

etacular event ws tandlng plaerns. G. Thomas, T. P i g and football playr represent- iolloney to an Juan : ioil also be icasurin
wk which short burly John reduced the lead wll t a gue I n Sdoauthomo rrow Inoifbh, ng withnu n ao tile ho' e o, ih l ,, m a ll il n g ,o anti-icIE NV

l o tO n Meyers with of a shot which lt EkesGt In g Anzacs of Tuapun. w i ll jour- t o Astrollers inning th 'Sri T hdosild llatriiing siamna,

*Bltto lo.k at. an4 Bower shone to advantage for nev to San Fernando on Sunday, 0. Gibbs, M. Bobb C. Acha~m, A 'A"t l1ASl,]l' 1:1,'1^< eNT111. sponsoredd that ''
f BWoi tethe other team. Aujust 6, to engage Anglicanl BrownC. RicharMcts.C.Nimlet h% 1:' TrnddArlcrWli
w-o-Spain beorested thei Mr. plussed b evonits speed theand acc nd Youths racyi n a series of Indoor and k in these games. B. M-a o i n i i aid
tfrom Hunter in or the es innerse EcRel in goal. Trinidad Guardian s horresedent. Fthsita.i w lsue oindt oin. U f r- car w
Geo~rge Edwards. Charlie Barn:j SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 3.-A I a i tva.adso dbea h--;m.i i-iear



n important meet- nAndersonand, Afr holding aon formlid Ve sPike Shoes and tedpt the a E ,
waiklng race aw Lilcrappards H hllps, R. J.Douglas we lli- e theOut powerful combination of both ping T J ol t will pla I ut aIl i a nasr WEAR BATA SOCg
I ich kept him te field rotmndng player. Thomas. T polunand football plfe ayS erds ago, the B. Feeoerick P. Thomas F. eu rn Rneggie Williamrs, who has Ile- i hl
S finish, 'ith byB. .. Nathaniel. A. Charlesrant ing Anacs of Tun puna. will Jour- Youths Assoca, a on: thenN strOteer atid matihing saminnh

to lock at. an Bower shone to advantage f or nse' to oan ernando on Sunday, 0. Gibbs, I. Bobb, C. Acham, A h : th sponsored t
B. Wooding, the the other team. ]Au~st 6, to engage Anglican Brown. C. Richaros, C. Nmbtette. hi t:' 'ATiudat Aratcur Walking

-tf-Spaint before e t hi Mr. Bevon rfphere nd the game ard.Youths i a serie of Indoore and P M T OIs capt. A BaSTROtse, R. A.$ o asth
Sthe prizes, stated the teams Rned .- a s follows :- outdoor gamei Jop, R. B.ardan, V. Robison.fight. .. Da of unng fa- sil
ed important i meet- U Br.O.ewter and T.-Eckel: F. Anderson and. Af.er holding the forml dable Reser native team fro m topn. e N ske hs 1 aeTApt the
which kept him from Edwards; T H. Phillips, R.an J. Lacklli- ast St George side to a draw at _Al ping-pale ng then wile l play: A c fpioDShnYurrsiacedleip

Hir get the children ri it. Grant, A, John. Alinmad1 efrlok, H. Poteoln, A. St. Oels A.mont wlnljouroneyto SonJuan on^ G1ii 0TIAM you a ready preyfor more srilous ------
.He Caid that by crapp, and D. Z. 3a: A. Philhip, Tunapuna a few Sundays ago, the 1. S rederack, P. 'Iomas, F. tu rlras. Reggye Wlliamsa eho has te-hrE

-. ortng spirit N. "Watty" Douglas. J. Christie A. Mare confident. youth aide is toeph, and A. N. Other. Turned good tis at s horn

prizeseP'.v- -- -- plewl, .Wisn anTsde C.l be-e-ln The following will form the team: cr I n hest. It removits tightness.
The "C,'enadn --will al s t i i-in ir s o h sot teness he tim e
students, adteCisopher and_ Ao Terry ,ete too+0,,o give their opp~onet.,BL0~ OFA STOL ER S-"o rs



Det~d fr..: M Calender 1C. Dore scape.T: H. SaT.lalshngh. H.mA .hLLOr fhUt.
edits Ja Which Brewster and T. B e Natehant erAnglican FYuts wll be repderck ..I A trere, M. Jones B Gowerisack, i nhaleErmnkillnour IXTA Wll
"healthy sports and (O. Scott. T. Bower and Jack Mar-.etda football===-- by --'-'E "re- I ntmg a ti a ~ e teami flyrom top uuel-NVE neget ourstna cclo Itv we..k.

Chrletstd F Pe cort and A our ihea tt' Cand.r F.Jones. H. ou ant .rr mont will journey to Ssn Juan oi IDE STION ". rfot' ere outh Sr 1.
B oodng e d D Gol'. Martinez. M. Callender, A. Poppw Suel day mornIng to engage Strlellers fr m B LOtH m BL throat and stuffy no e and heSd.
S Br. n L Al Grenada 3 plewelan C. Wilson and C. Douglin. i.a. fri Xower gain. .,R RAP. Tow MFwde Ri" Fat Th KWa a
meele"= =The 'pine pour side wIll be se.- The folowing wil form the team: chest. It removes tightness,
huLL soo. lmndzthes sorenesRb s, and the blunsRBB,-
.-i Jn Arrieta, 2 hem touring Pemberton Leagut lectd from: C. D re capt.: SatlalslnghH A" Ithle soeesrm an tIh n lnom eII
w'rederick. A. Frederick. A. 8t. Mclntyre, M. Jooe,. L Gowersack. BEO HEB Li.seeIpmklh~l~uvn 4IKXP l.

1-10 .Porter, 2 tea tG enad fat lG Amateur B, C. Doul tsn, A. Popplewell and R Seon.M r tbltonIt'ronas ni 1e
oewn, 2. All Grenada 3-2 i at-i 0. Maynard. Butchero cipnyl;rI. welweoffrbm" h. th roadietsspeciuaFnllyet


ft.Ellis.cording to a cable received by Mr. Navy Club Tonight Caribs-Galeons tito.isa in em e.ascANaDhehlothae hu'*4t combasothedrs tidc*0 8 lnc.
Buemher- Excellency therby, 8 feet' .fr bowels. __ ItF ,ur, ge
~d'-.Julien, 2 F. Brunell Jones from Mr. Cyril Udrteptoaeo ~Wa you maty need iuCrtff's rLitlie i.Wer
s. Guerra. manager of the Acting Governor. R Clalsh Today =nd fe et t"-bow- lea atUg ently
OIrIs-l C Porter, 2 ton team. the Hon'ble A. B. WrRght, the .Take onCraittrI.letielirPill .d ou o.May -., stoo d, .,.
iBy s 1lerre. a edo Blake, star forward. di- Merchant Navy Club will stage Cariba will play Fleet Air Arm help wae up a" fwf mes. eh i le Boys- F. Da3, playing plenty of skill and speed, local amateur boxing, tournaments "Galleons on Queen's Park Sa- di lt ,ei uiin yur ton m ANT bowelss nt
3 Mascall aga.n thrilled a large crowd and at their club rooms. St. Ani'. vannah. this afternoon, starting at eltpytiuM yg l huta ouhase aen in N= w e
CBye rls--1 Z.| led the visitors' forward attacks tonight at 8.30 o'clock o five o'clock. The match is expected o-niay
de Bourg.3. Georgine Worrell, Bradford s rw U, also be a contest on to be a very Intercm:ing one. Then moet ,t. wrt the kind ot rellet that R J 1, TA
inside forward and Cecil Price Sarturdav next and the victors of Cariba' team: Boon, Melvillek, iakel you fwl l-ifrumuiiirhedty rWITH BIRANCHES Al
1 l F. Julen, 2 netted ore goal each, while Blake these tw cards will clash on rowen Wakefield and Nicholson, Liiieli' iir' t{riu 5"',.'-- 'o. ___
ueriOur. scored the other. August 19 In the final boute to Dugdale c apt), Wardropper, Mout---- .I Io_,I.ko^ h l
-lC. Porter, 2 The party will leave Grenada on determine the featherweight, tet. M ne, McCartney. Cox, Jones, .
Lewis, August 10. lightweight and welterweight Corbin.Mouttet J. and Tuck. B L K
1e J- Arri e o 2 FIXTURES FOR SUNDAY chanpions. Ae I Do S e We Arll T h
oobrook 0.15. secretaries of clubs are askedNot Suh
elson Street to note the following changesn C.Y.O. North-South T
I Park Street, the fixtures for Sunday's games, -oc er twh I E
St Cisirs,2 Fodhm sse A.M.C i--Soccer Tomorrow ^ *d.: V ^& j
I BelmontN C. Items; Burnley v Malverniats hon i onIbrot
"WalkinglRace-1 Ced- N.A.F. ground, Mr. B. Hardink; Catholic Youth Organlsation of I | e d n a
2 B. Arrdeta, 3 G. Essex "B" v Hermitage OrdSouth will journey to Port-of-Spain
N.A.F.L. ground at 10 an.; AiriSer to engage to C.Y0, ntoutfit of north t
ville v TtUR. or S.C. ground at on the St. Mary's College ground
8.30 am., Mr. S. lierpool; Brad- tomorrow in a friendly football nNo,
AT. To Sltag on SpLrt i ground, Mr. Albert Abrea; K. Rosweau e H. oathleu.i' J T .
.! .. Ardre v S, hdp. cals.W
SAugust 7 Ann' C ground..0 a.. gue;A.Borde K. WonN. Rajo "Now I wak rted and brIht
Cereaunen. bye Huggins.11" Triumph- -a c. Hill and C. Berrette. and ready for another day of work or ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Ki ^ BPFBjlH
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Atssocition 8 of ark Pee rton eautur te the Press ntries for thedayoo dwinsSoccer
wi 2 ithe l uidante Club n Wednesdayiinext at 4.45 niifLeau e competiiiiii'i''itionlHto start on T hi s Ia thee en o f masi ty" x-^ ^f c^i H B ^ B l ^ ^ ^
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wthMtopyaebu cevroBnautyApiiot.pASer tO Dird T al CFordBette
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THE AUJRXT CONVRTABLS COO DOUhEaROO 6950Rack.Doubl BedSlumbr Kin


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Sitity accplted II n fir l's iliyiial g l ] 11t 0ei< 11111 l 1 {J 110 ry a bottle of WANTRI); '4 AIi CITt1E I ii trit irr Inale. Apl is aca 1r5wih ifCS itreif ,.' rcl". ne fitti h edig gocr nd le Ina A l., A g 13itige sd oberom 11 tsro i smo. uglo 1,00 sl,, lm er ad ai ea tcrnv,. L m a ys ie P.a l
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XPEAII.%N CX ,.1 tha ohs Ay r. (9mi Firut VPheny TEN OC E At o. br. hlors. Appl 2 NOWt5I rnta Islas ^,n Par t A 11 Ci r, .. Do b CArN an d W e~ig t F oodtJr. 1orris et -
e.* a Alareod for lhe rlilt rt ri& byr Anoli rt Sied yner'. re7 Aut Vin le ti sre uit Al ROOMf nAVAI ABiE 0Rfor pctbe l nsod ll +- I t T A8 S Iiri. Bux jlw1 7y. T L.awAuB o ok. sW, including set of an d O AITHI I
No attt u I.r. C ipriani Bouleva rd 'Ph1 on eiA. banelai. I--ionlen l argAu. it plier r p2ALF M D e4,rae saclary te ll in Bag a rs al t h a Cu h ins,
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314Write AlaoIJOiiLot n rIir Rll 'room.andecompletet ifr I (lVeIdo. I fbnglwRESSmIN l Ptlai.NrIooswtI t :m e i'atCP.NICa+ I-'9
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Wil re t' e liern AlFame..nl-l CrntWANTEDl, TOuNEW Ing cnew Iron-Pan
Melrn. wg ri i 1o I ,tCn MtfllT Wlm IM lh b hv n r 'rtntiph aDd m.-ANC l P louse 'P .nl 1,to luor 1 B0M--AMe.l MON I)l.sld CASCADE. Aleasetil. l 'K O P E
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IXPRCyyK UU ATTHT' * lr ix-i lw rin g + Citm --- --- U-- -- rt--* --- JOHN HIKRON BP]ITAN YIO M ia T nhrl i*oienle.nrfifif O Hri; lsar'a iolo 'i~blc 10+Por dir c l. B'ltll.fc0Ron Btio -uri 1 (nip~inJn.lr e t r~~a e.hlf U 6..tnuur AurMi n. Trhi o wt T '
e-Aug taii Itt l ci COI T 1o l tAiR YO UAWAiREc Tic BKAptlu 0 52 Aply1, "larCial.d '. C AO ce I we k' rtHly o an B-10ro ei CGUan C blna si
,ATIGI.IATION MF.C I (I ,le Cls.li n street, P hon 4i rop., r. Ao l l 0 i ONE, [L.LC'O l..IX lT PIANT '1 Wots I Aog ii 5r.1 .. ......... --.
ely maen wlith eithatlr te ns aixed ly. I IINTAiT uIIoVAt'i A fir 1 ...inI g htom M+ Perein.... ',unio.... l 'Mi.....i n I A R-IB AI.lR A D OM 'IdRTABLE HOMEal. McONALD THOMAS HOUSES FN R SALE DC a Cr n B ie Pa ms,
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---Souh- (Jua. -Au'g" 10.. I- ..... nl0 Agent. 7 Itrciswil, +Phlli 401, -- Eluwrd Itlrivl AugI 24 Sepltnmlir Please 'Phoni 7431.--Aug. 5 at, Ltel y B(~l ungalow. 1o Sixth Street. 5lttir siu~welaliitiled. 2 aawlritsgi -5 '' ''. UTO
I FrmokNst, hNi gArWi o tsad ****ait ,Hos intdrY(ti ,po .rA9.o i e,- d ...... \... ii alM ru dc awknj rst. esn llid es& isA. uCO
WANTED AN ) lEftP:NEL+PD took AP I IltiN IlA.PTT IUMION1 It;!o, OlIrints, Matrit a FINSIKI ItIIAOW Ais Brtl.ll oienasuneaie..rn'bdiiil td aer rwti lndr'j% o .SCT-V
Appl 5 Prada Street St C,.r Ac R,.IOK'> ICI< ,i" 051 pO.,,". ,sli- .,,iy .Q I,,.m,, .ll ip LnM ITED Ag ..t.a ea u
GoodArotDBOT Oea en lAlt Ap I,~v C ine thist s)upe Atiriorsid to%"Luthe Ip IpeIrrllh. 6tn.1 Replyet AC ea Ap'l. y h Prince A trat.OA,-Eug. Ifn. ll 2 M-1 ddleRungowd 52ow arrenbutret. lnoouw n rif, i t. ui conl r inol encel AU C Tr.

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l thosuey lt I h II l it1,'R I f it h ron s rl C i t '; R1 A 110 cKrl. 2 M I II _ p. n. ilot i t necssry. t g e ftr o gi2 i .
.Z t sn need .rlp l to 1. D4.0C I henrot t.t. ls t' t helrms u i ongulta tiI o i3 *i r' aear Hos 2i . any ll y Miis,1 e ou 1 vtilu at 4 Ov' A lay, t U Pt aI 113.04)0 LTI Ea.illN co tnit. AR,4MA Utsidtni rP on g h G l Sti eet
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CiP *I -.. Ld-." OOS FOR SATE lONLr- t IAtlt-_l-, otll fr l o htIi PRt, RI FO Sbry o lr-vs I LarwsRt N. 8l grn E andT oNYC B. te r -
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SM41 AIN pull Twti iiC rD m > l 'oliir Mr)l il F ale | td r, Oni ~ t or l r.t on t bl l.l, bhettlit. 'HOU SEI OR "l unir. A ug 2 o j 1 n eHua AAI A Yd L N ry CO.L"n Ol0 P
of tS otCa l Iftli lA E IntI. AA ill g ui lJ i f- A T rlnif J ftnB | M " 'ite li, -10 e 'il assembly >nd n i ( r n Y unI tieoRart"r. ,. C hea p L a nelle lmon. Offers-lu to Apply G n gryl T-U-K. lull? t




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