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Trinidad guardian

ber, 1944.
)D & BOYC(E, Soliecoars,
, Bridgetown. Barbados. B.W.I.


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Title:
Trinidad guardian
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Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
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Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
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Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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m.... S (Reuter) Marshal Joseph Stalin, in an Order
tonight, said the ?ad Armies in southern Poland RC
into the CarPathian foothills and have crossed oitl
and stormed the town of the same name. brouf
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Eighth Army Occupy
Il South Suburbs
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MiE, Aug. 5 (AP) Eighth
y troops today occupied all the
hem suburban of Florence and
ght up their forces along a
lie front for the assault across
Arno Riv:r amid indications
the Germans even yet might
up a fight for the city.
general Sir Harold Alexander
d Commander, declared that
O0rmans are using Florence
military traffic despite their
lamation that it is an open
and had posted parachute
Ps along the north bank of the
o River inside the city limits
message from the Florence
onal Committee of Liberat.on
the Germans evacuated Flor-
a'l along the north bank.
om the commanding height.'
nd Fitsole, less than three
s north of Florence, the Oer-
s watched the Eighth Army
clete their occupation of the
bern suburbs.
ere were no reports of fighting
e Florence. but an Allied
quarter's statement said: "It is
Sthe eneniv intends to oppose
crossing of the Arno on both
of the city."
ere was only a brief flurry of
Ing between Eighth Army ele-
s and German rearguards
re the suburbs were en ered.
OFF MOVE
e Nazi forces still south of the
oIt the Florence front being
sed back against the river
I the prospect of being cut off
British, New Zealand, Indian
South African forces.
the western extremity of the
ence front, the Eighth Army
ie Arno, at Montelupo and on
eastern end captured Rignano,
* and one-half miles south of
assieve. which covers the Flor-
east flank.
her elements were within a
mile of the Arno near Signa.
west of Florence and the same
nce away Just east of Florence
r they captured Bagno Aripoll.
was suggested that the Ger-
i spared Ponte Vecchio, the
one of Flcrence's historic
gs uOt blown up. because it
I not handle military trafc.
sembles the old London B r(4
shops cn each side of a
ow pathway.
e Allied ocmmunique reported
Polish (nd Italian tropos on
Adriatic sector extended their
cl lines more than two miles
nany places across the Misa
r, which is about 45 miles south
imini. eastern anchor of the
ic Line.
give patrolling and artillery
were reported on the Fifth
y front around Pia.,


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given several
ts today about the Deputy Premier Visits
n e the border of Troops In France
broadcast spoke roops In rane
break-through LONDON, Aug. 5 (Reuter)-
E oenmunique said Mr. Clement Attlee, the Depu-
rtations in the tv Prime Minister, has just
Of East Prussia returned to this country after
version also spoke a two-day visit to the Briti 'h
but said they and American troops in
I border. France. He saw General
of the new situa- Montgomery and M. Coulet,
S the German news the French Regional Commis-
Sthat heavy fight- sioner for Normandy.
e near a place -
a railway station
the frontier and TT
n line between U o 1 r M
.04t Prussia capital

to the German M k F
'e Russians broke Bid F
strongly reinforcing A* j o
MSd tanks. ir t J
the front, the Red i J
over the Vistula.
bless than 60 Plans and specifications of the
er and German Laventllle Airport and the new
*E Ung the province San Fernando Colonial Hcspital
last great base be- were taken to New York this
t Polish city of morning by Mr. Albert Somkin,
s now increasingly partner of the firm of Sommer &
l .._ th.. Somkin. contractors and engineers,
sa are thunder- who told a "Sunday Guardian"
other Soviet .. .porter yesterday that he was
i w a onlg Vistula taking them away for study with
tonl w^ laiu n a slew to making a bid for the
to'" la".nch"' he work.
a "Pravda" front- Mr. Somkin stated that his firm
fir es were burn- wold defilnltelv tender for the hos.
msian f._ontier pital construction and would moat
5rnsoke floats over likely tender for the airport con-
lands and we can tract.
warning The Rut- Tenders for the airport close
Near the border at noon on September 7 and Mr
"A Week and have Somkin who has visited this
t hurry to get Colony five times as a result of an
have waited until invitation to tender for this work
could drive a by Sir Bede Clifford will be re-
Baltic and cut turning here towards the end of
,force in U- this month.
av whih mlirht Mr. 8omkin, who arrived here
_battle for last Wednesday from Caracas
where he was on a business visit,
said that while in that city he re-
celved a cable from his Panama
Office to call here In connection
t With the airport.
i Moso Of the airport, he said the site
MOSCOW selected was ideal because in most
; of the places in this area the air-
5.Ug. 5 (Reuter)- ports were located far from the
cast announced city.
leaders of the "Trinidad," said Mr. Somkln.
Polish Corn- "is stratgeciallv situated for a very
Liberation and fine airport. It has every advan-
Council had stage to become, during the post-
W and It is ex- war period, one of the most prom-
.will be meeting Inent stopping places for 'planes.
jckyk, the Pre- It is practically an overnight
O'lh Government, stop whether 'planes are going to
SLondon recently to Scuth America or Europe."
b capital for discus- He added: "Yes, Trinidad Its
worthy of an airport that can
'" accommodate the 'plane traffic be.
i B p-- tween the U.S.A. and Europe:
4 repares and it must be obvious to every-
one that there will be a tremend-
bet Gandhi out Increase In the 'plane traffic
n passi-g through this Colony tc
Ag. 5 (Reuter -Mr "and from the US.A. and to and
SJisnah President of from Europe after the war. I
SMoslem League, yes- must say that whoever is sponsor-
I n appeal to the Press ing the airport scheme seems de-
I of all communities termined to give the Island the
tithhold their judgment finest airport possible."
*eeting wth Mahlatma Mr. Scmkin's firm have under-
taken extensive U.S. Government
been arranged to take contract work and have been oper-
SJblinah's house in the atirg from their Panama office for
W month in connection the past four years. They have
Norte to find a solution just completed a 6,000-ft. runway
0al deadlock in India. in Belize. British Honduras: ex-
Snot wish to say pect to have the administration
Resent to Press repre- buildings to the airport finished
Uut the subject of the shortly, and hope soon to begin
Au Jinsh told a Press work on a first-class waterworks
, Siuffiee it to say system and modern hospital. The
h now accepted hospital will have accommoda-
P Mrtition or divl- tion for about 150 beds, a tuber-
vt culosis ward which will be self-
fr. Oandhi's seven- contained and separated from the
--ecuring the inde- main building, having its own
Mr. Jinnah kitchen.
E- can only be At the Invlta'lon of the Governor
Stin that the pres- of Jamaica, Mr. Szmkin will visit
OhtlId be scrapped that Colony shortly in connection
a utlon be substi- with certain proposed works.
.l ljtbl to understand
implictis of Allied Invasion
and the question
Uenstitution is to
A new constuton Casualties 117,00
fraamed, then what
(separate Hindu SUPREME ALLIED HMAD-
tea)?" QUARTBRS, Aug. I (Reutwr)- It
gwd to the latest was announced today that Allied
trajagopalacthar, casualties in frab from "D-Day"
lo Madras, that up to July 0 were Just over 117.-
er should not 000. These Include, British .A94
"! Sare claimed of whom 5,046 were killed; Cana-
l st will amount dialn .54M including Sit killed: and
S Proposals brought United States 70.009 including
F .SfSfford Cripp. 11,150 killed.
Should participate Any Allied soldier wounded in
25t Wnder the nre- F ratnco has a I 7 per cent ehaw@
tt immediately." in 100 of surviving. This Is the
adi etinmato of the chief medical
" all officer here.
way J4 He poiwted out that Brtibs and
United States combined casualties'
l holiday n France had been 30 per cent
i Day te less than bargained for. This
bDay. thr le amazing achievement of front line
~P~ c tion of aatn
nr n therm medical service was dependent on
l mrdia' on these factors'.
--_o n The first aid which move UPI
Z...^ sflw venna. with the soldieras they edvanes,
r t Ib o a, the surgeons and esee wt the
'wPkMldholiday field hasjeital ships and fast air-
^.alnm, amd planes or rryythe. serious
?PMHan"wfli esmne case to Britain and lastly the
^ .!e
Wart
let l ft*t_ vaeastlan *nd what m mmnw.


Us'.C. 3. Fraaklto has reedve
eew aUvee aI* ae
Capt. C. B. h'aablto. JULC.
tAt he Was tk Keemay

Themedes boyag Ir.
lug pst Egage" av
eo. be lipw.4" 4Ct -*
Tirh'sd bwrepqte 1. Nw.
minlfe- AI^ ^ --'Ma eS up
wegojaae Simu^kfe b* le
olvsm i mih.madth


Churchill Meet


I ..TL.M?<'^

During his second visit to the No
ston Churchill, the Prime Minlsti
Sir Bernard Montgomery, Allied
France. This is a British official
Press.


Landslides

Again Hit

Maracas Road
Further landslides which have
occurred within the past week, have
msqe it necessary for the Public
Works DeIpa tnent ;op announce
thlt'th ,Ww mld to Ma-acsu Bay
will not be opened to traffic for this
we-k-end,
An information Office release
state:; "The road will not be opened
until after the middle of August,
provided no further i'ecs\y slide
occur."
While recent slides are compara-
tively minor to those which occurred
a';out two and a half nu.onlis ago,
they have Leen more extensive.
Son me of them hi ve occurred tn
places wl'c:e work in clearing the
debris from PAst slides I isill
In progress.
Finergency' wo-kn'en and a bull-
dozfr were yesterday ciiengged in
re'novin'- tons of earth which
slIrped following recent torrentialai
rains.
At present the P.W.D. ha\e
launched out on a programme of
widening the narrovwe't iortimns of
the road. In addition, they are
constructing retaining walls i-Aor
precipices, putting tip sarety-raiLs.
and cutting emhanktn'tnts by way
of preparation against future
slides.


Because of the recent lsndslld's
which had to be given first con-
sideration, (.(tension of th Maracas
Bay ROad to Tairico Bay has been
delayed.
The "Sunday G'ratdian" Is in-
formed that It hed :'eei suggested
to cut through the hills at Mara-
cs PrVy, a road which would passo
throwcgh ?'llette and Hn' up with
the Los Ccev'as Road to Blan-
chLsseuse.

CommitteeToProbe
Unemployment
Appoinment of a committee to
Investigate unemployment in Tilni-
dad is now under consideration by
Government and it is expected that
an announcement will be made
shortly, the "'Sunday Guardian"
was officially Informed yesterday.
Terms of reference of the pro-
posed committee are at present be-
ing drafted.
Decision to set up this com-
mittee is understood to have been
the result of Inquries originating
from the Colonial Office.

Trolleybus Service
Extension Planned
Extension of the trolleybus sr-
vice beyond the present Co'orite
terminus to reach as far as tit
intersectto% cf tan Ctt enage-D3oU0
Martin main roads, is planned by
the Trinidad 'ectricity Board, the
"Sunday Guardian" learned yester-
day.
This has been found neasiary
as 6 result of the discontlinuAtion
of the T.E.E.s motor 'bus service
which formerly served that dis-
triet,
An official told the "Sunday
Guardian" that the probtm with
which the Board was faced was
due not so much to a orta of
Mise but to dletulty tn oa .tng
aro parts for a number of vehi-
CMe now out of order.
-tt wa revealed that there are
4at WMmt 1t troileybus on order.
WV the extension of the tr'oley
'bus service. it is proposed to widen
te road though COoetf ft t votd
iseation, and eaffte mae now
bein mad te a eecmure permwissft
e Government to w the
#A the old L am h thde .


Montgomery Burma Gains


Exploited

Chinese At Waingmaw
In Quick Push From
t Myitkyina

.' By CHARLES A. GEUMWICH
.SO.. UTHEAST ASIA Cu1MMAND I
HEADQUARTERS. Kandy, Ceylon.
Aug. 5 (AP. -Thrusting quickly
anow4-4 the hirawaddy River from
captured Myitkk'ioa. Lieut.-General
Jogeph W. Stilwell's Chinese troops
have taken two-thirds of Waing-
maw aid Genter'al Stilwell himself
I Cusaid no Japanese is known to re-
mainl between hLs Burma tor'ces
and the Chinese fighting west-
wcods min the Yunnan Provinope.
lGeneral Stilwell. in his first
auprePress conference since his nomina-
h Jtion for full general, said it had not
I yet been decided whether te push
i the road to China across ti3e
r rugged Inmo tall cotintry sieparat-
Sh oIng the two forces oi' to liJa; Up
newswith the old Burma Road. I t miles
below Myilkyina aG Rharno.
.'The Gentyal affrneed his deter-
T n mailnation to dtic e tile Japs w edl iely
out of Bilrlla shetrei he -saidlee
once took a ''hell of a beating."
d laacid he would cocnlit;ie to give all
--pos.iblc aid to the reelirt of 'ie
''Ver v, krl(USto tlls' it un Io n CinCldia
General St !well said the Chine.,e
Poo- it4nof.. had lutn gl'on ral nv We
tII tile past few tweek.s asd addi-



IandtVinal tonnage areaa, Mreing fiAn-n'0
le c itChinah constant! lr Ailtrans Oolts
g fowocall fly RtdlowerfoaltrlesN as
a result of eile (t A i)tke 'itaf MVtokyllim




after the thiree-n Jatpc gee dle
lelnarked.
armandy hattile area, Mr. Win-
er leftt. confers with General RAIlAY WORKING



ground forces (Aomn ander Iner

photo rele ed through Amoated The Chinese communtqvheeed
ih r f an echungkiman tsat the r patlwaye-
newsag ha s ben cA tweeo IMyte ina Andpv watmo1ha30
ori, ate an.d.... t tena. unmi! to the west, already Isineop-
eration.
pi neran rStilwell explanlad that















iland ladvaeso thfak of Waingenw isroute toa. n
Jaths Establish iw,' he capture of MyitkyirA todiok S
Supreme Council nt, n bewah se the Japane b drew
reinfol'ceieneltSfr'omn their north-
TOKYO. Aug. 5 treuterl .- cfist and northwest, territories. Tile




eThe Japanese have setcp what garrison uorgnally numbered fewer
e described A a Supreme tha in 1a000 but general htilwell's
Council for the direction of the men finally killedinure thsa n i3,000
r This Supreme council, Japanese th e rre e.
in the words of the tJapanee oHeMrtimated that the Japanese
news agm. cy, has been com- In BuHma hav e wstorrwe than
mended hy athe Emperor to co- 50ref Japanese killed and a arge
ordinate and adjAdt the nation's Unknown number wounded since




political and mil itary strenil eth last Christmas. of t e t










Backnlns ""a.nl rn'p>be 30th nr~o and at f~iins, withpl
and leave nAToL, a 6 oW Aiatedn is about two and one which
the ste V =a i e aw or;unced tc Mih % o tlkyicra 9 o t he wXay





The Germans quote l wc tefor wthos otemajor Japaneof e bth e
ireportns that the Japanese Cabl- In north' A vrma. and Madi nga,
anet has dtncided to arm the wf h has been entered b Ka ehin
entire population at the carla- Lerie. Is about the Sai distance
es momened t'. ano ir chcrt.





vert ont. aThe troot were tinier ltile com-
-.-.-- ...... --r ... i eM and of B rig.-Ocneral 1T. F. W e%-
Forcedeils replocing inrg.-Gene,'al Franka





Whil the toc'h Jaati Mer ansrike f apr ofthe reartiadn,
pin t o drietcoeWho has been wi'frthdrawn for a
restfulasslignmertk





ortd At a d a to al m vl ^ ehea quist 'db closed
lano rftGte withn otiA tie elements of tp e Chinese 14thk
A'"n noitnrti30th and 50th Ds o visions. Bwitih









.1o upaese Theo 1940 ccith fte Westns AfNRiAn HAnd IdinARmyRS
pouatre r Itated ai torl of 2.mrp. trop ew orkedeto Ag se plAn ewit
he-a the-il nmerin a American combat end engineers, Isart-
TPEART, HAII.OUR. Aug. 6 (AP) elpated In the final push which
Admilrr Chester Nimitz announced took Myitkylna, openinox tho, way






anh sorn the the tc'reonstction of the Ld
rish Aanhorceo tht lio n e itnti Amns Road toward China to re-establi






oiern, tw ,ances n oth fl s' ofga overlandaroute.









maia onIS tiSme wetnoast s re mnahts onf hatK istran ecIs
t*ro o Tio's T1;' 'th Jaans G NERAstoLwih h E AD ARercas,
lreathen Fiay's Or nord thern The rcoup de grace a Idelaered
ne n F rid ay -rc d tl e J a dy h C h int o 50th D ivisio n w hi -h

Whole the trngh Jidadp hl- d.wn strike fl n the re and








farlon to tro Crnlte the open im Bay ac foss the island fromal








sonnell andt a,,nnlles fc'Omh ?tq' Moknrer airdrome, tire first major
ha.e t asouibo, ritish outana, betv durng1 th invasion.A-
toTiid'.wiss'ntne yester- i id'lae n P- bo'L ats con
Idand's a quest b ,roacreast.ed nto asnauled twho, aautook the baptioneat









the thd week Admiralzre-3.45 po. o in the ull retreat fromrsd.
rted tha a total of 22000evil- [A Rikter despatch from New









H/f-SS^^fl Guinea.
ans found refeWithin the Ane-oIt was announed ofthis moitky-
rtean lines. Onl,, a ,titlmll rolp~her nf ina coneration as a fine example









aorroatives now remain Ing that the new Amero-opralnnin whican
2% northernret ;,till hldapv the formations of Chindtsa oBritish,


















*HM< ~ ~ ~ Ne Gu,(4Uay ( o I ntwa resltdu in the dleat
.rpenese. The 1940 erno of the W44t Afr ica anesd Indian Army


















**a ~ ~ ~ ~ n~ tI r MkWKh carmappei th ia Ko ungle area
pulation Psted n tot. of 2.367. troops worked to a set plan wth
The th-ee-itle America.n ad- Amterrican and Chinese trontJ
ance on tile east st t tfor r1rou-ht thile ea-
rl-ht, anchor of tbe line to Tumnao g e fe.
points twoteTehto, New Lan insngs










int. A mite ad a hl M push vn te
marines on ,.,, we,t,, oet rp.ich.-d On Biak Island
A,-anfeq tnoint, hr'nint-iif loil con-
trol of TTemontBe,'T'he .Jnan-se GENERALH EADQUARTERS,
sre e~rr,.red In r ,54 -411le -41-New Guinea. Aug. 6 tAP- New
ores at the hislnd's northern tip. Anmerican landings on Blak Island
in the Schouten group on Thlurs-








S day cut off the ecape o e Japan-
Ut.S. Essequibo Base' ese remnInts on that strategic is-
land, most of which the Americans
Troops For Trinidad hold. The landing was made &t
Kortm Bay across the iand from
DN-sion to ti' nsfer VL. k Twr" Mokmer airdrome. the first major
isiobjectwve during the sion. Ai-
hwoe at P.Raeaulbo, Eritsh GulanGar lied 'planes and P-T boats con-
to Tinidew d. was pnoinced yester- tinued to harass the Japanese
dav In a Z broadctast,jo in Jnng in the full retreat from
aeelvink Bay indeuc h New
Min ssing0 uine..
it was announced this morn-
Ing that the new American
push mn the oAtfpe area of British
New Guinea resulted In the death
of 441 more Japanese. Thia tpa-

A *..--. T Ame.rlet. -L. pt-


755?-. Mit ia-sma peeled sr ettvltim ef thle CeemuiariOn. It

sW"W xs Us tno n-w


British Hurl Back


Germans In Drive


Toward Orne River

SUPREME ALLIED HEADQUARTERS. Aug. 5 (AP) AmericaBl
trmoured uni', driving 150 miles to the end of the Breton Peninsula.
entered the great port of Brest tonight, and other columns reehet
the Loire River to awal off the peninsula at its base,
It was not learned immediately+ ---- -- -
at S.H A.E. which of the several
columns thrusting across the pen-
Insula's base beyond liberatedN azi T argets
Renne was the first to reach theG gm
Loire or wrhleher It touched the
river upstream from the port of G Bom bing
Nante., some 15 miles in from its -,-
mouth. LONDON. Aug. 5 iReuter) -
Field dspatches, however, told of More than 1.100 American heavy
American armour bearing d wn o01 bombers from Britain today at-.
both Nantes and St. Nazaire, an- tacked widesprrnead targets in Oer-
other port only 30 miles to tie iaivn micstly In the Hanover,:
W es. Brunswirtk and Madgeburg areU.
Midway between St. Na7.l',e antd Their targets Included oil re-,.,
Brest. the Americans captured fineries, .torage plants. atrcrat*
Pontivy. only 15 m l's frilnl the and armainicnt works marshalhnr-
fourth prize port of the pefln-mula. yards and airfields.
Lo lent. The bombing was all visual tor.
tReiuter reports that there are the weather this time was ju*
signs that 'he Germans are get- what thite bomb ailmers wanted.,
tlin read, for a big withdrawal The rntr", ic and Ilberaors wer0,
oil the British and Canadian e li'rtrd by htndrator wese
sectors and this morning Second escoI t hr
Army toit'rcehurled the Germans n fine t h
A^ olg Th rs- oril fllirr ithot d"n,,.
h'k sonlg tle 12 miles front tohRvr 9 German iflhtei sIn air hat
from Villers Fccage to the Riaer nad the bomnbers accounted foe,
Orne. The British took V.1lers thr,'. thirteen Amerl'Ann Wmbel,
Bocage, Esquray and E'recr.
amox. !other position. that w re and six fighters are misslne..
oitterlv disputed earlier in the A Mo'cow report said that
battle below Caen, and Aunav, a Anmrc'an lon2-ranpe flglhter"-
strongpoint coeilng the flank of bombers, which took off from Italy.
thits withdrawal to the Orne. also bases- esterdav and hit, military,
fell. Almost the only obs!iale objecthles in lumniania, have nowt
the troops were meeting was landed In Russia.
thi'kly-sown minefle:ds. Trie ad- British La.m astern cre on the"
vance columns not through io thi offensive over Paa de Cala&W
Orne and swung south along lthle today hitting flying homb aite0
bank of the river towards posi- "and aill bridges at Etaples again.
tions 15 miiles south of Caen, This i oni the main cast 1in11
po-sitions further on than they from Amiens in northern France,
have yet held there) At Pas do Calais pilots report
that their bombing wax both ac-
AIR BLITZ ON BREST curate ,Vd concentrated
BriltLh heavy bombers swept At, Ftaples the bombers hit 6
over Brest at midday and rained bridge fair and square and added'
six-ton factory busters on siubmar.ito n he anage caused in yeater-,
Ine pens to block the estuary of daiv''s raid.
U-boats alid pomibly high-raniking Reronnals..atce has aacs con-
German officers with them. firmed the success of yesterday'
(Reuter reports that the Lan- attacks by R.A.F. heavies on TO
castera flew at a great height storage tanks north atl aodetUr
ova their to tl gie | the IThs afternoonthea tans wt ee B 11
PW^B~r ddttonMpeiwtW-a t1uw- uv.ft _v a t ,.i t
tion power. Photographs show that was rtiling S 0 -B let.
that at least three direct hits -- --
-Are scored on the shelters by Perso nnel Offera
12,00-pound bombs which pene- ersonne icer
treated the structure, causing great F or N
quantitie. of smoke and many Leavin r N
(PLIASE TURN TO PAGE I COL. tJ Mr. R. T. Miline, PersonAl Oft*
ccr on the staff of the CoJonlal ase
retariat, who was seconde. for duty
Apex Pay 121 p.c. here two ye aro.ag extra As.
hersieiatwVlo)eiral Secretary, jwUl
I neim Dividend ntocia
Snterim Dividend leave the ,olony shortly. We *S-n
day Guardian" I earned yesterday.
Interim oivld:nd of 12'n per Mr. Milne is returnln. to Ni
cent. actual (T'id. per share. le;:; gerla, West Africa, to resume og
Income tax at S5. old. in the E, en permanent post of Administratlyv
respect of the year ending -,ip.e:n. Officer, in the Government @f thae
her 30. 1944, d-clared hy ihle I Colony.
Board of Directors of Apex (Trni- TI'he "Smunday Guardian" under.
dad Olltlields Ltd. In June. wans stands that Mir .1. P. dt Nobrig%
paid on Ji.ly 21 to .narehotde;':. on i Senicr ('leik, Colonial Secretr&aI
the company s tegisler at Julie wll carrTy on tl.* duUes ( M.
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Medical Inquiry
Head Sought
The Colonial Office ha.3 not yet
succeeded in obtaining tie se.iees
of an expert to head the -o-nmts-
sion to inquire into the policy and
working o0 the nflcocai services, titi.
"'Sunday Guardian" was officially
informed yesterday.
Appointment of a commission to
Inquire into the working of the
medical services here was urged
by the Hon'bhle Gerald Wight,
Junior Member for Port-of-Spain,
who asked that the chairman to
be appointed should be well qua-
lified.
On his recent visit to London,
Mr. Wight. it Is understood, inter-
viewed officials of the Colonial
Office who promised early action.
TOURIST BOARD SECRETARY
The "Sunday Guardisn" learned
yesterday that steps are being
taken to rooint a full-time sec-
retary for the Tourist and Exhi-
bition Board here, and to pro.
vide suitable office accommoda-
tion.

With Invasion


14 1














Mou1cil Says City Burgesses' inter ou

rWat ElecticityTake-Over ,

en Oneaft. epao t M a w tlea U Oy Oosm to apedial a-ko ltd
Ual deMd41ed taso GOvruns t to hudo e amthlectlricl"
Mtme=t=B to the city put the view that dmlre of th bur eM ni that
l .w m t alhould be carried on by the city for the benefit of il

,C Um tribute (or a -lant flghW
a Ott the "atao Mglit sad
ftasoilt.ieo eid *
Sto PAWSt ownshp City To Have
&dto Captain the Hon-ble A. A. ^ ,- /,^ ^ K T IH H
eiseCstatutory Gala Show
1ran IM the city Coni d- I.Q M h W itH f ^^ B

9mid assume partial control of th -
ender taki rong mue r UI
f ForDiscovery
ittee "that the Council eercli FloodlgllUng of s1aes umlo
S rights under Section 10 of the tion and decoration of the Town
fTrld =etrtlety ,Board Ordin- HaU and squares, band concerAt e
'anee to hav trafwoed to it tht and danl tIn clubs aMl private r
W=oIs of the tramqootatlon NY mD idene 1efeature on prmrsmstes
4and such parts of Oie undertaking f or Dicovery v ceet
As are required for the dhitributio the city tomorrow.
rAT.at neg.tU be ImeIatwy wdeparopa. on I nthe cel*- *
omonrced wh the Tranid 11, Councillor H 0. B. Weod- "
heerteitty Boterd to arrngea al Ing, Mayor, expressed the 0hope1
,th dtlothe transfer, nmeythat the public would respond to
rt Jauaruy, 1MB." his request and make this year's
lopiot s O1 T1ANSMKSI Disoovery Day celebrations even
3 better and brighter ) The OommkUttee Interpret Sectlon 1943. I .
S10 as tmndertnding that the board The Mayor Is desirous of having
would transfer to and vest in church bells throughout Port-of- i
the Port-of-Spain corporation; Spain, rung at six o'clock In the
m(a) the whole of the tramway morning. !
>works and lines constructed and Celebrations sponsored by the i
v maintained under the provision con- Negro Welfare Cultural and So-
1 tained In the second par of the clal Associatlon will be opened at
]lectnio Lighting and Tramways Columbus Square at 9 a.m. with
SOrdinance, whether situate within an address by the Mayor, and will
or outside the limits of the City of continue until 11.30 am. during
SPort-of-Spaln; and "(hi such part which city school chlldr'n will he
of the undertaking situate within rad he suar will be de-
the limits of the City of Port-of- treated. The squared will be bde-
4 Spain as shall not he t'.quired by corattd with flags, and will te
I the board for the purpose of gn- brightly illuminated in the night
rating electrical energy, the In- time when the Orphanage Ban. A war-time romance with an In t
tentlon being that the Port-of- wlu render a programme of music climax last week when Miss Leon
P Spain Corporation shall take over there. Mrs. R. Armootam. wife of the la
all electric lines, mains, service At BesMson Street Square there became the bride of U.S. Naval Pe
lines and mechanical appliances will be celebrations from 2 p.m. to lDellgren. only son of Mr. and ',A
Which relate to the distrilhution 6 pm. Long Island. New York. At the
Sof electrical energy within the 11- In the evening the Police Band the Rev. (:anon ('. R. Rooks, at St.
Smits of the Raid City, the Corpo- will render the following pro- Bayne rendered "0 Perfect Love" i
Station undertaking to purchase gramme at Woodford Square bride wore a white georgette dress
from the board the power required "The Peanut Vendor," popular t leaves and headdress to match a
for such distribution to consumers old rhumba melody, is included in Anne's lace and white rosebuds. T
and for operating the tramway' a programme which thle 'Polic' bride's home at nflle Smyth Stre4
Systemn" Band will render at Woodford the evening for Santa Criuz where
SFurther the Committee stated In Square tomorrow evening, starting -
pirt am follows:- tat 8.15 o'clock,.
"Itn arriving at MhIA decision the programmed follows:
meeting was not unmindful of the March. "Great Little Army" I I S a a
fact that it was more practicahle Alfoid. L*. Jo .e Sabb
Sthat the ,i.ndert.akln should he Overtue: "Light Ca.aliy suppe.i
I run as a whole andrl thnt there w:re Sc(.Ttion; "This is the An'.UI'," i
several dirfmrultiers to he siur- R'tlin, L i Syria
mone nNurnhers from '"l'~ Tu n
mounted In diidini the under- -a hiri '"' a;il And a
Staking for the puirpoL.oP O rarrvying ( "In a Mntlir Mad.,.I -, ,
-en iiin A i %loniiint Of Msoe'- N '.4 1 i's t.0 ,c.'ived I,,-hip
# nut the rp-nposed Iieo i wa"ndatlo (h) '.,.W PP R, i .o\el ii N, 0 thi of th h
and aL so thf?, t, iir dn ,iJon W llrl i ** "'Yit Ii' in" liv in i m1 nd ol..ny of the death
prohe lv rier 11tiat the price n! rd "The Yong t iin h a l,| '' rI Mind r of the N i..
(d oo g Man tn si -0k( 14 h,; f-indi r of th t'
Electrical er'gy inf1 l it ,iv wotl'! Horn t' l SIci SrIn .
have to rri. ain SA' I' iti nt levels Rni nhn '"The Ppanut \V"ndoi .- Mi "l ii M '( I n h 'I''n .th his wifs '
for soni eyarslo in rotP, o ev'nl Vock CMlit; I'ui Anoth, Nail in i n sy mnc 1'", on 5 helth 1
that. !t might have i' o a time to he H'IPIr', CcofflI. ; hit wna, itla\'rd there with
Increased, Old foavniite "Robert." Ku.rn t i,, ,tl it p ( f th. wril.
S "The m l'tinE tloo'k a long--rati-e ir no l.l. "'[i,1 to'"hie i i', i M-'l : M i
view of th:, m r a ste: sid were o, I nlite, with 'C'l, 'it i in i Mii, 74y i, s nTin' d d .n
opinion thtt t.he nr',,hi'dilin o! t1' I tie"s"` l ,f tmI b, ith ids h wif,
t'ans portittinn and'ei,, a t of lhN.ii ,I rd a I' ln'' .i.. i.a. i nd hi eldest'
dittrilbut'io:-I si'tn !jortP-ofr-ipai .. G SAlF 'il KI < i t t, h K G A',, s ia.a now head
s 'rl, Str At d.i ii ahga, now bend
"oIuld he :i' iui l' il'"; hurfit to thr Pbh Rnd wil- fr ..d.i.i in lii .' I t'. Inltenidiing 10
Inhahl.bitant.s Of '.i Mil' and llsa. tile week as fnTio l toI lI".: 'sa in the rnlteid State-
-the partly, o' tir iundriortrt'.,i" to, he Tuedav Mechant N tvv (t-,lu t tine1i ii.. iTrinidad rffcred
acquied could within a short term 8.15 p-t.: Wednesdav Botanic h mt'h oppoi tuinity in this direction
of years )e nade toI paiy its way Gardens. 8.30 p.m., Thursdav he retnained. and for the next
eid supply electric energy at a con- Emotirn Theatre. 4.40 and 8 45 np m ,ev'n" y,.as workrd as a pedlar. In
.dswbly reduced rateL. i4dow---cer. MesS.s p.m. "9t6 he act UP business in Marine
"Ui uat also be -%oemIberd .. .. S nari. at C tthat the fight Wheih the Citly b frtm thrie hui up a firm of many
Council r.de more than ten Na anFis extendin to Arima, Sn
years ago inr the acquislutohn o.f Tr e ear Esc.apeI ,dTot, .n.i n
the undertaking ifr'Om the Tritl- d z r e" .i t iin tho ote r
dad E-lectric Cmpainp'V vecitually I a .I nl lw ire ,."in i', A,,d ..: i\f, ga snd Mr.
ulmilnated In the vestlneL nf tIIp "" A\.,ii A Si.- l t% d,'i. t Mi.,
concerntm vy statulte In th'Trlnldail Sunds.s C. uardlan (orr'epondent A1' ia. ,, in.' i and Mi .TaCh'ltrle'-
Electrricty/ nTimd. anrd that the ,CARENAGF. Augikl 5.-_Two Aiiil U it rnnd'hlldivn and 10
-des.e of f;,' tnriesece of til s .;t Pollcen)ls anlid a rlarptl t rnr lstr- i'at 'irii'liilimn, As well asa
w sm at thmit rnie ant i ,t I l I lav ,,p"d us iiii, ,v in I l 1):g fi- i n,.ir'', tiv ,, I ''Inli'ns At hbirns in
that the ire. *;t ki should It lt e Carenag ePolt' ii it.at' .sv in, in. Ih Vnited States.
carrteM oi i th: t|i i o "P ri',Itit t' v Lli lrl'Vl.'d lcd''' -.-----
beneit ( "i"\ir si" t,. ,hic report f I ; fitir' "p' i.,1N. ('I t CIM ('OMMIS.SIONERS
..benefitoif.'iili ra i.lirec in y.relpd.ir.,' "( 'rdaflln I if',;-. li- M iLeiis. I Kte '
iCANAAN IN1 .11T )I WI.I I T, '4ie Mi, f R 'Dl "t C-) ( ;>''' 11f iii O..(ino1
A I S. ("al'ir, ilfe of (C tporal ( air' 'lip de grade l I, l; l iT i I, Prop'.', all of
COunrci;lor R,-.i KukiniAr !'It In Nf n ) i charge s tfereid from the Ir.T N,;Ui tS' .e "tiC niw omi-
the take- e tile prl t e'irte of tlirl ck. i i s itt,'ntin e. r'i- e the i;r !,,i I tltlf ,.sion o,
ro'irn leist -wnuld bh doubicri. v.ln p ,ie t 'i iI te. .lt'r i N io i! i it's of(iuiIly dis.hlosen
Both 'Cnili-l:lrI Qioentiin OC,,n- fsr'eamis or wofIi" n a'id childreii vt ,',!(1.v
notr and he liauded Captain Cipri- a e. _t fi" .....' ...al.A...r d
ani for the 1-hl it n to t ei)ee-I ( rpPnril C'-.ir ,u-fl rpd 'lie lo.,
tricltvy franchise over to public of sosme of hi hour('hold beionging.u-
ownerihi- when parlt of hLs qulrtris .,. bis r hirnt I I li
Cuinclilor Hud n Phillips said lout. Villalgers assist)rit iIn saving i F RK R AL
refusal of the Council to avaIlI Most of hts firiture Met.
themselves f their undouhe't M---a nu turning Business.
rights in this connection would pManufacturing,,usine, .
have been traitorous conductW rk r Profitable Going Con-
View of Councillor Vivian Henri -oag vorkers Potl G Con
was that nothing Government could a4.? T l cern. Central Location.
may br do c:uld vitinte the reolu- roiULesL iV UPy ea cV .. .... .
ion the Council had adopted Pa' / Write immediately to
Supporting speeches were made Sunday Guardian Correpondent Bo A- 3 13A c "Trnidad
by Alderman Vidale. Alderman SCARBOROUGH, Aug. 3- Public oxA-13,c rid
amrrs and Alderman Thorne. Works labourers working in the Guardiann "
Mllford Main Road, refused to ...
CAUTION tRGE) work today in protest against al- Your Best Chonce-
leged delay in the payment of their M .t Sl.
Urging caution, C(ouncillor Albert wages. Moi Sell
Gomes. the 3rputy Mayor. Mkel Pay-day should be on saturday "w
that member should not speak a' August ._. but owlna to the r~er,t -


though they had already had things
under control. He said'that he felt
*the light had just begun, and was
convinced there was a veiy diffteult
road before them and that they
required a great deal more re-
sourcefulneas. skill and peirsever-
Sance to rope with this matter than
their predscmtor required when
"the had to face the earUlw phase
me., struggle.
I "W amre past the Red Sea and
'/ r ae s eing Canaan,' rejoined
'eowwiUor Philllps.
W Dommnittee appointed to make
SOv for nogotlUtons compriW:-
v uncillor Albert GorIw Alderman
i J. M. Thornw. Alderman T. Achong.
I Vuncillor Vivian Henry. Council-
lW Oeore Cahral, Cottn0llot. RBAn-
S Kumar and the Councillor H..
k ,_B. Woodltn-. the Mayor.

I Codrington Gets
SNew Principal


Apointment wa announced re.
centalyof te Rev. victor Kenneth
Johmon of Queen's College, Oxfod
*as Principal, and Professor of Di-
vinity at Oodrtngton CoUlege, ar-
badoe, states a "West India o m-
mitte Circular" of recent, date.
He succeeds the Rev. Canon J
C. Wippell. reported resigned and
scVho waa being contslder-ed for pro-
pedofitce of Co-adjutor Bishop
In Trinidad. -"
ow only 34 year old. Professor
johnon has been educated at Petr
S'mlnds' School, Christ College,
and Wescott Hous. Cambridge and
duated from Cambridge. Oxford
and Dublin Universities.
At A time Chaplain of Trinity
Mall London, Profeswr Johnson
' i. 7 ll e tly chaplain and precentor
TiBP I ,,oiei, Oxford.

S.. M~A. W. addaWey. member ta
:' -o11 Pilota e Authority, has
Comm~chss


Irregular sailing of the steamera
and temporary t'essation of 'plane
traffic there will be no boaton Sat.
urday and consequetly rno pay.
sheets and no pay.
The system of preparing and
cheeking pay-sheets makes the
! Government always indebted to the
workmen a week, known locally as
trust-week.
Workers, It is reported, hold that
if they do not get paid this week
they will have worked for three
weeks without gettlog any pay.
which they regard as too much to
be expected of them,
The gang called on the Acting
District Mngineer and laked him to
aMble for permission for the men
to be paid on dupllcata Vouchers.
A P.W .D. official In Trinidad yes.
terdrv denied knowledge of any
question connected with the alleged
protest.


Orphanage Band
In Gardens Today
The Tacarigua Orphanage Band
will render a programme at the
Botanic Gardens this afternoon.
commencing .30 o'clock.
Selection follows :.-.
March.."Sona of The Harvest"'
Bidgood
Overture.."The WsterM World"
Chennette
Ditreete,.1'lrnKrance" (*I Ancllfe
Morceau.."A Perfect Day" tb)
Jacobs Bond
Valt.."Destlny" ...........I Bayln
Selection .."'the Dollar Princess"
Saynes
Hymn: .. "Pightl The Oood Fght"
HOT WATER VICTIM
Lincoln Charles, 5, of 43 Nelsom
Street. taken to the Volotlal Hoe-
Spital early Friday night Buffer.
i l from ta idsw, was reported to.-
a'dav morning to be In a so-ous
condition,
He was =ajW by water trem
a boln It Is slitsd.


tLernatlonatl ettin? reached happy
moram Edrn Newallo, daughter of
te Mr. Clarence Wilfred Newallo.
tty Officer Nils Frederick Andrew
Irs. Nils Dellgren of Bay Shore,
wedding ceremony performed by


ImmNA niATAMMM AVOW tT & 4M


It.Clpln's Lnurcn, IiSs Ednu RALPH aINOH. bachelor, labourer. of
and "Hear Us 0 Father." The ciar Gre s FtIale. and JA;WANTIA,
with richly handworked yoke and inser, donmesItlec servant. o i ,a main
nd her bouquet was of Queen
he reception was held at the FITE
et and the couple left later in FU RNI II TU E
e the honeymoon was spent.

Death Robs Villager, 95, SALE
Chance To See Victory 15 Champs Elyees
Sunday Guardian Correspondent. Road,
CARENAGE, Aug. 5.-Oldest
resident in this district, 95-year-old MARAVAL
Ce!estain Pollidore, died at his Off Valleton Avenue
home here on Wednesdav evening O llt veu
last afer a prolonged Illness. Thursday 10th
Although aged and infirm. Polli- T rs y 1
dore took a keen interest In the Aug. '44
war devrlopmntss and ihe was al-
waiS confident of an Allied victory. 1.30 P.M.
THec often told how eagerly he was Ii. truc',ed by K. A. Neilson Esq..
ololing forward to the day when who has left the Colony, we will
iP would himself participate In rsell all his good and useful Furni- -
celebrationr, over .sir'i a victory ture such as
Among his surviving relatives 2 Cyp Sinmile Beds with Sp. and
are four children and many grand Spring-Filled Mattresses. Saman
ind igreat-grand'hlldren to mourn 3 Mirrored Lady's Dreser with
their lo's, Plate Glass., Shelves and Stool.
-- -- Elec. BEdside Lamp, Simmons Day
______________ __ Bed, Large Clothes Airer, Laundry
______________________ Basket, Cyp Cloth a Cupboard.
SBedrToom Table and Chair, Linen
..... II l BI P~' (158', 'Cyp Dining Table and 3
A&MV G.lBBOIN ; Chairs, Cyp Tea Trolley, Pyrex. 1
~ll l IN V I NS G lass and China Ware. 2 Burner
Oil Stove and Oven. Gas Stove, 1
M.RST s lTItchen Table. Vegetable Stand,
M...S.T. Scale and Wgt., Pantry Clock, 1
Petromax Lamp, Enamel and
L.R.S.M. Pianoforte Alum. Kitchen Utensils, Bamboo
SArm Chairs and Table Carpet. Gal-
L .T.C .L. Voice Culture lerv Fold. chairs. Uphol. Settee and 1
.1..C. C hairs. Elee. Reading and Stand
Teachers' Diploma Lamns, Round ar i Drop End
It:UtleO U lu T` Irs, Garden Bench. Tools. C'I
SDrim with Tap in Stand, Plants.
SI Garden Swing. Child's Table and
'wChair.. Press with Mirror. Go Cart.
SHigh Chair, Bash in Stand, Crib.,
l,,r .S\,i ntn'.,i in. e Bed with Soring and Fold- 1
u'Ing Play Pen. Mahogany Writ.
'Phone, 174 Desk, and Westinghouse Pridge. I 1
.in oilia10-Tuhe Westlnghouse Streamlined
P 817 !Console Radio.
16 TYLOR STREET items ot virw day prior to and 1
'WO)ODBROOK morning of Sale and terms-Cash. 1
SBOYD & HI'TCHINSON. LTD. 1
______ Auctioneers.
IqlB at IIM A S i-a m lle ni% 2ILI g


TIHIS U5ANDU MIYIUlIN
S made especially to relieve 'PERIODIC'


FEMALE PAINl


And Its Weak,
Cranky, Nervous Feelngs-
Take heed If you, like so many
women and girls on such days suffer
from cramps, headaches, backache,
weak, nervous feelings., distress of
"Irregularities"-due to functional
monthly disturbancs.
Start 0t one--ttr Lydia 1. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound to re-
Ieve miuch symptoms becau this
famous medicine hMas a soothing
effect on ONM or WOMAN'S MOMT 3M-
tOIsTATr OoGANe. Taken regularly
throughout the month it helps
build up relatatnce against such
symptoms. Thousands upon thou-
ands ot womOen report benlelat


I


There are no harmful opiates In
Pinktham'a Compound-It is made
from nature's own root and herbs
Plus Vitamin B ). i HILtPS ATUIL
ao fine stomachic tonic! Follow
4labl directions. Worth. tryinpl


Lydia E Plnkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND
| .ansp tInr Don't accept a subetitte for Lydia L Pilkham's J
Vetable Compound. Insi st n tihe original sad gnuiBe.




.czm Itch Stopped


n Mon.les

erI pore teatinaet eal* Nh-m Don~'t lt batkin f &
mkyoi u feel Ylf atente' u h your fn w ientd s.
=i *tear your akit thisaw B Intlo wa. an. a o't let *\ s
a bad akia make people tbiah yo. are 0 aw.l* ?
Pubis TvauIs "aute
HixE ttrainisanv IIIanscams
dilereBt tram any elatmeat yea have so uffered for years with aa edema.
vor or fe(lt. It o t but lk condition. H tried manys ut
ftemalawt like a1powde g ave ny but tmoram y relit.
pl..t r eMnrtea raidIlylito :the a l tr two or three apphll ea tt .
pores ens bt the cause of( urt5.ce seemed to aggyavate rather thaabe
tIna tien iae fmrom t contains matters. Tha n be chanced to se the
Igredle'fts which Igist *kin troubble for Nixedensa. He purchased one poek.
Il t robr nor parsites often responsible in a few minutes and one. parkatg le
fr *ki t ra. (t 1 It atose itt ulg sup the condition. I crtainly eonr
bntaimraims s uartit"n In to 1 i- mend Nix-der'm is anyone during
Utes. and ooie and soothe. ths *kin. from skin trouble."
(I n helpst nature raoes a clear, soft a eefte
ad velvety smooth ski. Nixoderm nosts absolutely nothing
Waeie Pte unless it helps clear your skin enditioa
eesuse Nieei i scientofically eompoupd#sl tofht skin troubles it do deem f ro o druggist. today. lack
stops the ltchlB, buirning as amartlitIn the mirror in the morning and you
In a tfw minted then starts to work will be plessu at the ImprovemeaL.
immediately, helping to clear and heat Then Just keep on using Nife (dr-Mf
you skia. making It softer, whiter and One week and at the end oa that time
welv tlyt09ooth."In "ut a day or two It should have made your skin softer.
taitrror will telf You that her* at clirer, smoother end more attreiUve
Io uto0 ,scientific treatment you may or you aimpl return the empty -ael.
have been newdtng to help clear your aCe 911i4your m:, newilt be refa skil, a treatment to nmake you look full. Get Nixod rm from your drugtt
"voesltractive,obhlp yuwinfrlends. :*4 today. The
has hel bring eleaer, Km'. l. neroavi
beallthier skitas to thousand. uc a NowiU
it v, Nixodesrm
rv^r"AkS% Aw VUn ;z=.


1

1


I I WWJMRRMA jWWAMMUSINVI


I


15 Coules.

To W3 oS06

In The City
,p n.are to take
fct~dto asthma posted 1
mK iyKralfyaatr6oy

IJ.A WIAMOM, absiwar, -l
Imapihwelt. tr reto estlm. imd
IoSli iiW1N. brMtr. bschmf
sffgam Nsaow

I'Ar. a r's oenrdri, i m at t1.
JAIWh iVW. bcVUtlor. tatlor,
Str.A' of nLua. ardot, wAb n'. a.4
ID MOHB PnlMOMR wumt,. f- M

Sues, oa 4 elont Valley Ra
.DOeEARD SCOT?, becisota aauffrjr.
Wlc OU.1U -

0spinter, alert.
okfbl*, el 1-MIWutfn Mtar Bon, itt.
b.1 the saMA KnfIt e plnstsr, teR,.
tl( ir sa utfrm.
OUWAVIOU ADOLPHtUGA t, be-
I*ar, =polic oostabl attalt to C.LD.
ef 41 (bUetrvaty ltret, eUMAIICkL-
LiN Ds'TIVliJ. sp1nter. sentypet.,
hA.T.a., o1 Obltt Alley, ort-o1-p=al.
CONRAD BaXW R. s-cd*or. pint-
er. of 14%lDret'l La1e D0lmolt, and
ALKXANDRlNI TI&. to Morvnt
Viil 60, Ol Wot Of S t. ADa's.
CnOMWELL MO Si. bachelor, teach-
sr. of 14 oundafrky itt. St. James. and
lRHiXtSKA JOA IH. epintlr. dometic
duilts. of tha e am address.
POORAN, b elhor. vador of 55 Gorge
Itret. and OA VILERRUi.eL. st anar
eamstress. of the same address.
IRViNO FtRANCO4S, bachelor, achan-
it. of 43 Park Street, and ENA Wll&O",
spinstr, seamstress, o( 1 "0 Hill.
LONEL P,.".kt nBOVELL. batciBtor.
drldl operator, Of gaater Main Kod.
B. Augustlne. and RITA IMELDA MON
sIp,. ipnster, itea ographer, of 3 6 iOtt,
Io atre Stt, Port-of.Spalin.
PiTZROI BANNIBTER. bachelor, ma-
aon, of 19 QUtr y trest, Snd CAlHERIN.
BANNISTER. domel't ervant, of the
RANDOLrit ANCELL TAYLOR. bache-
lor, machlncat, of 34 Alfredo Street. Wood.
brook, and IVLTN SYLVIA HARPER.
Spilnster, doinc'.i duties, of 28 Moonerami
Street, i1. James.
HMRBERTSON JOIwGPH, bachelor. weld-
er. of Rleih Plain Diego Martin, anml
ISOL.A VIOLA JACi spinster, of 21 Boise-
slere Lane, Belmont.
SAN FERNANDO


0R SALE \ MARINE HOTEL



4-Burner Electric Stove. 10_I


Tapestry


Corpet 12' x 9'.


Large Mahogany Press, i
New Singer Sewing 1
Machine (4 Drawers).
50-Egg Oil Incubator. I
Columbia Portable Gra-
mophone with 50 Modern I
Records. I
Zeissikoa Ikoslex Camera
Roman Both in perfect l
condition.
Lawn Mower.
4' 6" Spring-filled
Mattress.
3' 6" Spring-filled :
Mattress.
Columbia Electric For RESERVATIONS, apply:-
Gramophone MR. J. N. ANDERSEN,
with Separate Loud Speaker. QUEEN PARK HOTEL. PORT-0


Ring 5367.
A. M. Querinoe WILLIAM FOGARTY.
Auctioneer. PORT-OF-SPAIN and


PLIURiSy
falnnmatlOt of the pleura (pleuirltts)
TheS a nnM cerousl membrane envelop-
leg the hut. *ad tning the wall& of the
thonelo eavity. Primary p:urisy Is due
t detective Innorvation of tlhe laiura.
Sulpnlul 1du by exP0cre to cold and wet.
Il01r11e of the ehMeet walls may stn cllu
IL 1 o-lary pleurltiy acoomp asl pneu-
MOts, tabarculcios. t 'Wleardtlt., meUle.
cr' et tef-r, 5matl-PW VIeamatism and
n lte dlssease. Chrsnel plurisy rot.
Slaws a cute attack, 1as1 a result or a
low Iede" of resistane ltndua.'d there,
IS the pleura. It also may be the result of
tuberculoas, akCoNIM m Oand canrc p.leu.
Iy Is dtlvlide Into fout r t4"S.h The
rrat sta is called ths dry.stage. ThIe
$stood or plastic stea s charateriSsi byh
On ffustr of a hmattl lamount01i a s ecid
fluid. whicheoversnt se O lefe o th
teastfS. and has a tedecyt cause them
to ncohereto oat 'ch tother aulsethirm
goas or'stage Of liOuideffusion, is
cha~raeterio by tse W"esnc* of a greater
or lesser amount of fluid i h ius
sac The f o~ri tags or stags of Sb.
A *tridles is that during width thefli
isboomingg gradually 1ecb ,17'4~
four "tageo f Pleurisy respo
i ln,.. ti.I.Pont gon"Gsi55


Maals
r.- +d .:


*4.
'A- -


GREW CONSTIPATED i

WHEN HE JOINED.UP

R.A.F. Man who was ,
"Nervy and Irritable"
THE Balloon Barrage- e of Half the in 11
Britain'a many protections i can be trace
against enemy bomnbers--is not it Tha slt I",u Il
spectacular branch of the R.A.F. fIplur to nosV
But the life is an exacting one, and t s oe, s lo
the men who serve in it have to be inevitable peiWL,
in tip-top condition. One of them .Kr ,schen-'ai
writes :- for maintain'a,
"Three months ago I joined the : clWliness.
Balloon Barrage, leaving an easy j your internal
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Home Guards Show Their Mettle New City Playt

SReflects
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am pltomi 6mpetByosDv DRMATIC CRITIC










Sn. nder3ndUeut' Uet.-CI. H.J. Mree, O.., ^ ^""^'^ ^ ^^^ playwrinh" nutwocltaaw Kt and
e aebya in te T- (Chamber In The Moon am
am1 ffie a d ed IY ft two acts. wit'.en and d-











w" A =eeo^ o adir ts r to CC reehe. thy Ur.GadexrU O tH M V r. Xon rol. S Chri,
alewas very Tcceasfully presented bn D
t Igt.V. La l ass-St. ecCiat Music and Cultural:











awrigtepit algognrlmanager o.fD Co.- Ltd. *.
tr H ofthelIi H. V. o Cub to a capacity audience o io,
T a o t he WatIe s ctm 1 hursa night lasat the
m l uPrince's ilding 4
hrotw, inSetionsi attc eTh play was not merely
son0shoot., platoons in'ttaci, h=mota but full of dramatic mo- I
rments reflecting broadly certain!
tok hesiut tvee te arhof middle-clan life. Man~i
to and oIthe saltdn t" arc h btr the cast showed definite talent
and Mr. Caerrie himself proved to
and the ....... be an actor of quality.
t and drew Altogether the production must
0 0- be said to be exceedingly good.
r .a. G, t o mSergean t N. Griffith composed
u^ c @' ^the Incidental music for the play
mfnadnd produced not only app .nptte
Sand all music but composition, of un-
"tousual melodia and musical in-
wth scarcely terest.
Vwhi spoke The St. Cecilia and Cultural
O nthe am Club in presenting the play
I alive. achieved two worthy tit Inic af-
wa treated to went into at- forts on consecutive lays, for it
wastrate t a asunder their ausp" .es that
modern militNary "Music and Memories." the creat-
some remocabbdg
on. regarn tion of Mr. Ralph Cherrie, war
Soa hee gr d produced the evening before. Wi
Spssed awnd sk se- musical and dramatic activities .of
ato reP and smoke- such standards to which it ca.R
fi lntratol fne ex-Y uelay claim the club Is offering, in-
Mt Mesour toafne cidentally, an exception! means
er d warfare. oof encouragement and development1
-ELSto.. Mee0,____ ______ V tg r d a n n eto our young musicians, actors and
e under 2nd Liet_-t wcio eeut.-Col. G. n.uj. Me rr, O.C., S M playwrights.
the winners by a Trinidad Garrison (top ltft), There will be a repeat perform-
o point s. e t.s t wat s e s S M y nce in the Prince's Buildoing at
the demonstrationD i watches the Home Guard exercise 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 9.
ea, congratulated all at Palo Seco, seeing neo th og in aid of the John John Day
he s set ana ofnt t la s tiate barbed wire attack for. r rt ates Nurs of the Coterier of social
er unit to nowmation (top lf)adg through o ra u
-t~rill,. Capt. Bourne,
oteruntstoaoluableet ndg ) Night Students Trinida dAire
and, Rad. BS. ur. Lam-bayonet practice (tettom right).
i Colonel Mercer a e Com manner the Honble H. V. u n ri n ad irmen
wrding the points -- Lavington, general mon-er of
Castle. NO.' View that the adult classes will T.P.D. Co., Ltd, (in m u l i with dy Guardian Sorresndent n Promotion List
g) announced the re-
ye an excellent com- help a great deal now that adult Col. Mercer as he inkpects the SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 5
parade (bottom left) during pro- Teachers and students of the Seven promotions, all of them'
gout the day o franchise has come to Trinidad, ceedinp In which they were to- Adult Evening Classes here, for Trinidad men in action with












S.. KMHDGISO '
a othe rank: was expressed last night by M. R. gether at the saluting base. marking the erd of their first term he Royal Air Force, have been
forc stationed It 2atrick, Director of Education, with a social in the Government listed in a recent issue of the
SIn attendance, h wilnwhen he addressed the Adult Orpa na e G l s' School last night, were congratu- "West India Committee circular."
troop of Girl Guides eera g lated by t he Hicnble Timothy The list shows Flying Officer F.
M nd'ered usefulClassesofthe ater Govern- Roodal, Mayor, on their accom-N. Murray and Flying Officer P.
outredrd uftl ment School. C n etT us a plishments so ar W. M. Kelshall are now Flight
















US10,1aayo Crica CRU HE PI EA PL di Par: AdltFrn-Con er T urdaeM
He said in part: "Adult Frn- Mr. J. E. Clarke, the Acting Lutenants; Sergeant O. Pollard,
chine expects a fairly high stan- Accompanied by Mr. Bryan. Deputy Director of Education Sergeant K. Kernaham, and Ser-
do dard of education and clear think- whose radio lectures and music who offered an apology for the eant E. K Faran, now Plt
ing; and I feel sure that these selections are very popular locally, absence of Mr. Robert Patrick. the Officers, and Pilot Officer A:
classes will help a great deal In an operetta will be the feature Director. said he was very much Hamel-Smith now Flying Officer.
this respect." ltm of a grand variety concert Impressed whh the work the Nine Trinidadlans in the Com-
Mr. Patrick expressed satisfac- programme to be staged by the classes had done. and that he was mittee's latest list of persons con-
CorrespondentL.tion over the working of the vari- Belmont Orphanage Girls' School pleased to see that both old and nectrud withwtherWestnIndiesrand
Guardian" regreao ouss clses and threw out the sug- on Thursday, August 10, at the Young had grasped the oppor- uda who are now serving
death at Sal Fper- gestion that discussion groups be Orphanage. turity afforded them by Govern- C. A. Forbes, Leadfng Aircraftsmr n
terday morning 01 formed. The concert, to which entrance ment for lmprovinz their educa- C. Forbes. L eadin A icr
fad, for 34 years Regarding the social side of tht will be from Belle Eau Road. will tion. C. D. Henderson, Section Officer
firm of W. 8. Rob- various classes, the Director stated be in aid of the school funds, and Other speakers Included the P. A. Hickling. of 4he Wommn's
U.d that he felt very proud of the the girls, under the guidance o1 Hon'ble RoyAJcseph Deputy Auxiliary Air Force, Leading Air-
pa assed way a classes, as a whole, particularly as Miss V. P-rez, have been prc- Mayor Mrs.. A.C craftsman Y. M. Hosen. Private D.
pass er-Mya Mb Crftm FaeAn5.Pr Re
Ioy "l Road,nwfol low-they provedrto him thatrif people tisingc hard to make the show a the Rev. Fr. Dom MaurusRMaingot. nolds ambeond ArCraftsma en W.9.Rey-
Illness. The could co-operate for the purpose 0; success. uu ano.n'dScn icatmnW e
yesterday and forming such a social gathering, A few of the Items staged at New Greek Orthodox zendet andF. W. vlain. Msr-
r they could also co-operate in the presentation of the Kerna- and Miss
ago0,Mr. McLelland working together and organising han Shield will be drafted on the Church At Valencia Pamela Watson and Miss Joan
Italy during in matters which would redound programme with other numbers. Sunda-Guardian s Rapsey, both of whom are now
he held the to their benefit: Most amusing s "Wanted dent.Wrens.
VALENCIA, Aug. 5-.Branch of Casualty report given by the
their low hi Welcoming Mr. Patrick. Mr. Housekeeper." an excellent sketch the Greek Orthodox Episcopal Circular shows Waxrant Officer
J. M. Singulneau paId high tri- dealing in aft unusual way with Church has been opened here re- J. A. Oseenidge is reported
bute tochim. Hewstated that the the eservantcproblem in Trinidad. cently on a Parcel of land donated missing, and Flying Officer T. M.
r i Mrs, grateful to Mr. Patrick because it "Catholic News," Belmont, the byAr. Lakhan Lalla, of San Pablo. Harries. who had previously been
Vereul, M s. tis Proposed to open, too, an! ported missing, is known to be
Marian Mc was he who on the recommenda- Belmont Girls' Orphanage, anid adult education class.
tion of the Home Ofce, had S.S.N. Pereira, 66 Prince Street aa prisoner of war in Germany.
urged their establishment. Port-of-Spain. _
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!*itler'. Intuition May
Serve Him Wei At Last
I week that has Just closed will loom
S*' large when the new history books
cme to be written, for In it the greatest
of all wars reacshd another definite
eage spelling doom for Nazi Germany
mid the vile "kultur" for which it stands.
A. .the weak drew to a close mighty Rus-
ih.a legions were poised at the frontiers
S the Reich, the flower of the Nazi
J"ty faced retreat and destruction in
ulrthern France, and another powerful
dtrce of the Wehrmacht was being re-
duced before the gates of Florence. The
portents were ominous for the Germans,
Mut all Adolf Hitler could offer them was
a-blood purge.
7 w The Germane could not count on
Shelp from Mussolini's Italian Fascists,
| in desperation they sought a crumb
,S.comfort from the third member of
the Axis In the Far East, But Japan had
Si own troubles. Turned out of Myit-
kylna in Burma, trapped in New Guinea
eMd Ouam, and with the ring of steel
H ftwIng ever closer to their mainland,
.the Japanese were scarcely able to help
b emselves. There could be no cousoia-
Sfor the hapless Germans from the
rient, and propaganda about the
doodlebugs" had long sinve Tla:I'd to be
Che antidote for Nazi ills.
1 In a review of the war to the House
;f Commorns, Mr. Churchill did his best
to convince the German people ,hai the
Jame was up, and the sooner they sur-
rendered uncondittonallv the better,
britain took good care that his speech
eac-ed Germans both at home and at
he ~font. Where there are signs ot a
rack.up thaUt may develop into a wide
spllt. Turkey's action in breaking off all
relations with the Reich doubtless helped
o make confusion wnrse confounded,
2iot only for the Nazis themselves hut
Jor the satellite states, particularly nIn
the Balkans.
Now a new week dawns and the
GOernmans find themlselvcs app:c(iably
iwnarer o the invasion of their hctneland
'end the destruction of their armies in
the field. In France General Eusenrhower
--Ia got the enemy just where Ih wants
them. By brilliant strategy he has pa\ed
the way for a crushing attack on Hit-
4er's much vaunted West Wall, which
Already has been seriously breached at
"S point he thought invulnerable. The
Pulled plan of campaign threatens to
out the German armies in two, and as
*a Nazis already have lost approxi-
I lately 200,000 men sinee "D-Day", small
*on4er that MarIhal Pommel has de-
ided to get moving towards the father-
ind. Indeed the Germans are particularly
migratory just now, for Marshal Kessel-
ting has apparently thought that, Flor-
t nce is getting too hot for him and that


Idol -...-. .-


he had better Pt out wUe tOe going
gooda
Rusdia a drawn ao re round Reat
Pruala, sot tup U ltle through Latvia.
awaft tOe wmmnm of Warsaw, and
yet it is moving Vt Mite. In the direct
tlon of Oermany proper. There is no
escape for the Naos on tre eastern front
except back whence they came, and It
will be an inhospitable welcome that
they will get from Hitler, who now thinks
that every retreating Nazi soldier is a
member of the .aerals' revolt group.
This is Hitler's intuition again, and per-
haps for once it Is correct


Full Facts Are Wanted
About Laventile Airport
THE call for tenders for the Laventille
airport has been moat welcome, and
takes us a stage further in our prepara-
tions for post-war air developments. It
Is welcome, that is. if Laventille not only
has been approved by experts as a site
for the airport, as we understand it has,
but 'the specifications are acceptable to
those competent to advise on them, and
those who will use the accommodation
provided.
A feature of the official notice which
strikes us uas peculiar is the short time
allowed for tenders to be submitted. The
Government adtertisement which we
published on August 1 fixes September
7 as the closing date, which leaves
slightly more than five weeks for inter-
ested parties to acquaint themselves with
the contract documents and prepare
estimates. Even where such parties
happen to have agents on the spot this


I Leru T.
The Ed$rI


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Ex-Member West Ace,
To Macquerip leech
Tb. em BSuday Osardlana
It wu with great Intereat that I
read your editorial 1 yeatorday's
"Ouardian" concernilB M queilpe
beach. About a month ag, a
(rend end I drew up a ptL a
and got about 4 ex-mabers oe
411n.
We forwIrded our petition to the
US. Naval autborlues, iving two
or three very* good r ,Sm uas
grounds for our request. We sub-
squently received a reply" Stting
that it was quite ImpoNdile t op
the beach to the ex-mmb*ers and
explaining many faets with which
we were all famnllar.
Tle whole question of Macqu-
ripe. in my opinion, Is a very lop-
sided affair, as certain sectloon of
the British community are per-
mitted the use of the beach. and
for that matter any fortunate civi.
.an who has a U.S. Naval officer -
a friend, calln o through the gate',
and enjoy the amenitieS of MaC-
quer"pe o
I r" t. our friends should bear
f t ha *. all 1L A I


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is not unduly long, and it rules out th
many first-class firms in Britain and Mo
m
Canada who may never hear of the e
be
notice. This is hardly the proper way P
to go about the matter, and we hope the h
time will be extended.
Work on the airport, which is to wo
tr
include provision for both land and water to
aircraft, seems likely to cost up to we
$10,000,000 or more. An undertaking of ,
this size and importance should not be..
treated in the offhand manner adopted m
by the Government. We want the very La
to
best talent and experience to be at- s;
be
tracted, and the most competitive offers, Ii'
and ample time must be allowed for such th
~of
talent to become acquainted with the
requirements and preparetenders. There O
Is a great deal Involved In the Laventill'e
hi
project: the sea approaches must be ti
dredged, retaining walls and embank- T
nien;s built, and roads, canals, bridges, H
and buildings established besides numer-
ous other installations. Tenders cannot be
drawn up in a hurry nor should they be A
restricted to the narrow field of com-
petition which a five-week limit imposes.
There has been a grievous lack of
publicity about the airport, and the time
has come when pointed questions should ii
be asked in the Legislative Council. Has )
the Government had the best advice, not
only about the location as we have said,
but all along the line? Can an airport
built on a swamp be relied on to stand a
up to the weight of modern aircraft un-
der the Laventille conditions, especially c
h!
where it seems from the plans that only o
four test boring have been made over t
A
the whole area? If we are to make sure a
of avoiding the mistakes which have P
restricted the usefulness of certain
other Government enterprises, the full ?
facts must be brought to light at once.


$1.43 pr.


No. 300- $1.37 pr,

M*tko ... $1.29 pr.
Woentex .70 pr.

Wolton elasticc
top) .... 58 pr.


ill


Artsilk Stockings




KIRPALANI'S
9 Frederick Street 'Phone 5302
,75 Quee Street 'Phone 4868


I min t at i li o ur UrIUImU M -- "n- - w -11----
nany homes have bean ooen to
hem: therefore, any conslderatlcn No time to waste on Publle Health!
iat they can give to the ex-mem- (TIbe new Slum Colearanee 1l was posed by the LeglsatuWe on
>rs of Macqueripe Beach Club. I Frid ay),.
now, would be greatly appreo- -
ated.
ort-of-pain. AID International Monetary Fund

ive Weeks For Tenders To Aid World Reconstruction
rhe Editor. "Sunday Guardian." TwJ Inatitutlons such as thel The Fund, In effect, is merely a
I note by the "OGartto Extra- world has never known before shock absorber. It can neither make
ordinary published on cSaturday, have just been completed- In plan rough roads smooth nor conipen-
ily 29, ieq'iestng tenders on the -at Bretton Woods, N.H. Theisate for reckless driving. None of
aventille Airport, that the Gao- United Nations Monetary and i- the delegates at Brett-n Woods
nment have apparently consider- nanclal Conference reached an believed that it would solve the
I it infra dig to ask outside a reement on an "International problem of getting payment for
ptnion on the advisability cf econ- Monetary Fund" and on an "Inter- U.S. goods if the U.8, was to ex-
ructinx n airport on the Laven- national Bank for Rec:nstruction port goods while It black Imports
lie Swamp. and Development," by high tariffs.
They appear to have accepted The Fund is simply an $8.8 bil- But believing that the roads are
ie superior intelligence of the lion pot into which each member certain t;) be rough, the delegates
cal Planning and Housing Conm- nation shoves a stack of its own felt there was all the more need
iasion, as to the feaslollity of chips. Shitnce there are not for shock absorbers to save th.
natructing a runway on a thick enough gold chips to go around, whole world from being jarred by
,d of mud to take the heavy each player in International tract' every thank-you-ma'am that each
lanes of the future. --unlike poker-hlia to use some of nation hits.
However, it may be that they1 his own chips, valuable only In his h a
iave done w knowing full well no own home.) The Bank
cal concern could undertake the: 'ine purpose of the pet is to en- Mcat of the lending needed t. put
instruction and the Government able anly player, who temporarily the post-war w-rld back in ran-
ouild then ask an American con- needs the chips of another, to ning order will have to be done by
actor t tender, or proceed within shove In mere of his own in order the US. and a few other creditor
.e construction themselves. Five to Lunr.w an equivalent value In nations. The bank is merely a se>-
eeks. August 1 to September "7 Is the chips of the other, ond pot in which the whole world
very short time for any contrac- illis is thie whole unc'lion of the puto chips to guarantee the lenders
r to estimate on a Jb whilchi Fund -- a reserve of foreign ex- against Ios. In ordinary operation
ay cost $8,000.000 to $10000,000. change from which to borrow the Bank will guarantee loans
This Is what happened with the when normal s:.urces of exchange floated privately. It also has power
arine railway at the St Vinlent run short. In order to make It. to take part of a loan toi big for
I amn sure tWintaad's work, those who are losing must private markets, and to make di-
.xpayers would be interested be kept from shoving in more (and rect loans on a relatively small
Know what has already been perhaps less valuable chips while scale if they cannot be floated pri-
pent on the job, which will not tl.ey borrow the gond chips of tie vately.
S finished for approximately winners.. The Fund proposes to do Each nation will subscribe stock
nther year. thereby exceeding this: in the Bank in the same amount I
he time taken for the coaAtpictlon Bv requiring every nation to nut that it gets a quota in the Ptuod
f the Deep Water Wharv. in 2 per cent of Its original ate (chief exceptions, the U.S
Again, who is going t4, be re- lIn old, which is acceptable In all China and Canada subscribe 10 to
ponslble tf the airport Is a countries. But no country ist re- 15l per cent more; the Latin Amer-
itilure? IT see from the newspaper qt rod to put into the pot more lean republics, 30 per cent less)
hat the step-fatlher of the scheme tan 10 per cent of the gcld and But actually only 20 per cent o
aIs realgnd and probably the dollars It own. if short o gold at the capital will be paid in and
ether will be promoted like his the start, it can make up the dtf- 2 per cent of it will be in gold.
predecessor of the last Caroni ference by adding more currency. (The U.S., with a subscription of
wanip Reclamation failure, to the In any one year no nation may s3,n5 million will orilnallv put
Holv land, and leave the Trinidad borrowings of more than 50 per cent up only $63.5 million in gold and
taxpaers to toot the bill. put up its own currency to borrow W71.S million in dollar depo.nits.)
PulL-uf-Spaii. other currencies to the extent of The amount may be used for direct
RVUCLID. more than 25 per cent of its orail- loans and participation.
1nal sake. And no nation may Of the Bank's total capital of
. borrow more than 200 per cent of $9,100 million, 80 per cent will not
Appointment Approved Its original stake (eight years of be paid in but will be ciitcall, The
'l'he Editor, 'Sunday Guardan" bcrrjwing the yearly maximum), Batik can guarantee privately
Th Ediopruaritc pparedia In borrowing from the pot, each floated loans up to this 80 pet
A mewtipee an'the aptie ppearedper cent service fee, After three cent. But its stockholders -it
iM.ewhere on thc appot altn-nt of months it must also payi Tier c.%nt never be called upon to pp,, thel
<-F i ^ S '^ F- ^F .^neve^ er be aled upon top, h
i'. L. P. Spence as Principal As- interest, after a year 1 per *ent in- unpaid balance except when neces-1
Instant Secretary, Secretariat. terest, after two years Ii per cent sary to pay the lenders of default-
It would appear from this pecu- interest, after 3 years 2 per cent, ed loans.
tar article that Government's etc. Furthermore, if a nation's bor- Each borrower will be required t
olicty should be to run the service rowings reach more than 25 Er ra the Bank a service bee of I t
xluosivelyv for the benefit of the cent of Its original stske, these in- 15 per cent a ysar oi the unpaid
employs and as long as the em- tarest rates jump I per cent; on balance of his borrowings In order
ph ered. another per cent, etc., etc. average no better than those U.S.
I think that Government should Thus large or prolonged borrov- investors made during the '20s,
e (compiniillented upon its recent ing scon becomes too expensive to these guarantee tees are expected
appointment. continue. As a further check, it to pay for the defaults. BWit the
Mr. Spence ha.s. I think, been on the interest geta up to 4 per cent loans made ought to be better be-
upply mission& to the* U.S.A. and the Fund will take things over cause;
with the borrower, Then, If the in.
;anada on three occasions,. and terest gets to 5 per cent because Specifice Projects i
as acquired a very good grasp of the borrower has not taken the
or problems. He was also one of Fund's advice, the nation has to The Bank will lend oi.lv for
he Colony's delegates to the pay any charge the Fund "deems specific projects which promise to
Anglo-American Caribbean Corn- appropriate." Increase the productivity of the
mission Confe.'ence in Barbados, In any year when a borrowing borrower and his ability to pay ofn
When tha war is over thle supply nat,:ns moneteary reserves (golI the loan.
problem is still going to be acute, or other nations' gold-convertible The loans will be paid out only
snd it is comforting to know that currency) increase, it must use as work is completed (like progress
an experienced Supply Officer will half the increase to pay off Its paymelits oft a mortgage), so the
hold ian important job in the Secre- loans. The same holds true for any Bank can be amsured the loans are
ariat. nation which has originally put up nc being misused.
FLY SWATTER. less than 25 per cent of Its stake Whoever the particular borrower,.
Port-'of-Spain. in gold. n Industry the Bi nk will
To Inirease PoWer ist .on being guaranteed against
SICreas Power loss by the government, central
Plea For Cartridges T) increase the power of the bank or similar agency of the
e nations monetary reserves (gold country in which the loan is made.
The Editor, Mondayy Ouardlan." borrowed from tille Fund, every Except in very unusual circum-
Permit me space In your widely borrower loses one vote for every stances loans will be granted only
read columns to compliment J. $4.00,000 it borrows; the nation to pay for materials which the bor-
'erreira on his letter which ap- whose currency Is lent get, that rowing nation must import, Thus
eared cn July 24 last, At the vote 'nstead. Thus If South Africa no country will be able to run a
amine time, I must remind the borrows $100,000,000 from the Fund, domestic WPA on loans from 'he
Food Controller that there Is aINC of South Africa's 1.260 votes Bank.
air amount of corn about to come Pass to the U.S. British voting Because of the Bank's guarantee,
n now. Now must we drive squir- power will likewise be increased it the loans will probably be at a,
els from our garden and m:ngoose pounds are borrowed frcm the lower rate of interest than private
and stray ;ats from our chicken Fund. investors otherwise could acceitt.
uns? Could not the Food COn- Borrowlng from the Fund can Even after paying the guaranteed
roller ask Government to rliaae be toured only if they are made to to the Bank. the borrowers should!
one box of cartridge every two meet current exchange transaction not be stuck with fancy 7 per cent
nonthA to every gun-owner. And tor normal international trade, If and 8 per cent loans which impose
help planters and gardeners light the fnd decides that any member charges too heavy for the averagf
forp vietoryis l abusing these privaleaes, the borrower.
Palo e.O. member can be stupende Last but not least, the Bank will
M. A. MKNOOD A. The quota put into the Fund by keep complete tabs on all loan'
.4 = tha IS biggest members: that every nation has outstanding
U111. .1s- $. 0- Something that private bankers
Poem1,of411% ---d- --__ 1 '41011oftbet'scannot dc-ano will not at-
Poems of Trinided f ------ low:.y,::::: "",,t '"" br..
MN Coutry -a. otIM f ....'.......... .. than it can sensibly be expected to
by lt ari ia ... ... ...... 4 repay.
t "jurdaa"e -:' NI ...: ,.1 Post-War Loans
ta .UCastillvam ............ as
UM~tht ............ .........A *U a <
Ae a...........h, .a Since the Us. will In any event
reathee there he man with ..... .." h~ ave to supply most of the post-
soul so dead Pa .. ,-war Icans ade for reconstruction
Whol ever to himself ath sut A fdc 'U Iand development, the effect of the
said lAttl .ll Bank will be to m ake the rest bf
This i y own, my native The cther quota, trail on down theworld foot the billfor over 65
Tho land r Sir W tO Panal n and Liberia, with aper cent of the, lases, if any, Aide
Those lcne. rem SHir Walter half-llIon dollars each from the Obvt:us American gain
cott. recaunclledor H. i. B. Worshoding, the th alocatlon of quotas meanslM under this arrangement, the world I
'ouncillor H. 0. B. codingg, the that Britain can borrow a Muati. get a profit too. For, with the
Mayor of Port-of-Spain, In a fore- m o 4 million ear n S''. rot too. lor, with tae
wid to the volume, ,r MU M at" $425 millionn year and nk's 10wnte. le.snde can as -
pit Dot "My Country" a new little rance ""11 5 million. Compared ford to tend more than they other.
fpn of"My Country," new little t
sookiet of patriotic Poems by Inors so the P-l1bl* tra4et deficiUt Ofwise rgit. Thus there will be 89.1
Moutserin. these nations, these are smaU billion of capital available f-r re-
Fedlcated to thie island on its amountS. (ome estimates have cnstructtion and development by
146th anniversary of discovery this pi.oedU Bltairsl' Pposlbe annuall the countries which need it baid'.
ittle oolection of verse serve a t*ade deficit Immdilately after the Coiaered to the amounts that mavr
two-fold purpose. It appeals for war at *5,B00 million. France, i. eventually be needed, this amount.
greater unity among us here at madlately atter world War I had maT asobe a mere shoc aeorbri
home as a means to attela our aD deficit of about FJMO milllten -bli S guaraatees at least th"-
pirations, and, at ch a imme timi, n*tt'ns to lie back and rely an S a that b
affords us an oBportumnity to feel year Bank and Fund will hav.e simi!",
moms worthyo tfmoxe asmiratloei Thu the Fund will not pWrmittinanaeent Each will be ruby
In that the entire plo'eeds of its bnrrowmnas from the Fund. ar a hired nreden er niaain dl
ale wilt 1 donaed to tha Trinld will have tdrpt it affair in1 re andf a oe of ed1f
E>oenaUa t a kueta. t'U.at. um aes t.. i


NOTICE

The public are hereby no-
tifled that vaccination of
equines (horses, mules and
donkeys) against quine
Eneephalomyelitis (Bieeping
Sickness) will take place In
the County of St. Patrick on
the following dates:-
7th to 12th August
14th to 19th August

Notices giving particulars
of time and place will be
posted at the Wardens' Offi-
ces and in other prominent
places and owners of animals
ire strongly advised to con-
sult them.
R. 0. WILLIAMS,
Acting Director of Agriculturwe


POST OFFICE
NOTICE

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


W. Snow,
Ag. Postmaster General.


General Post Office,
Trinidad.
27.7.44.


GROW


MORE


FOOD


WOBKMEN's CO--m~

NOTICgI
Re-Death of (a) O )
and (bj c) C
OASTLE, twowu
employed with ha
Oilfields of Trt
which occurred a
1944, and
(0) WALCOTT JOi
man lately
Archer Coal Depo
which occurred p
1944.
(d) VICTOR MCH
mar lately
Trinidad Lake
atlng Co.. Ltd.,
red on 4th July.
Conimpcnsation In the
tears having been deo
under Section 8 of-e
Compensation Ord
pendants of the said
Clement Roecastle,
and Victor McShlnh
are hereby required to'
fore The Oonilslonoissi
the lath day of A
o'clock in the forT
House, Port-of l
Commlssionw
termine te dlstrit
Proof of relatiii
dants to the dec
will be required byt
%loner to be f
ants at the enUW.g
to be in the fo
birth and of matagl
cumstmnces be nil
Dated this ithi 1ir r
A. V. M.
Registrar,

NO

Teachers'
Teachers'


The question 0
above examinatlmp-.
been received. tn4I
that they may 9t 0
for the examrnatlsu
u previously arr"ilA
era' Examinations ,n
to August llth
Teachers' bmami
August 12th.
In view of thi. -
will be advertised, ao
Inatlons will take 1
new dates under UM
ments.
If the papers arn
time, a notice 00
original dates of the
will be published. -


Director oS
Department of EducaWUI
Port-of-Bpln. j,


TRINIDAD GOVERNMENT RA
GENERAL MANAGER OFFICE


NOTICE


On Discovery Day, August 7th, all Passenger Trains P,
on Sunday.
On Tuesday August 8th, a special train will leave Ptp
for Ban Pernando a9 3.50 am., arriving there at 5.48 a.m. m '

Goods Train Service

There will be no Gools Train service an Monday AC
The usual service will resuibe on Tuesday August th.,
Perishable oocs must nat be accepted for shipm10i1
pnm. on Friday August 4th, and until 8,00 am on4 TueBi)MAa

W. T. P. Per "
S2,8,44 Ag. Oeneral Managtlr 0

Colonial Seetp
3rd AuguLs
POST OF MATE, GOVERN
COASTAL STEAMERS -


PORT & MARINE DEPART

Applications are Invited for the po ef Mate, Goi
Steamer SetvPce. .
Candidates must be In posstaslon C a certificate
as Intercolonial Master issued b the Martne Board Of
a higher or corresponding value smsu by a competlli
the United Kingdom or In any Mtjab Domlnion r O
The salary of the post is -1 -- $1,440 -.,
annum. The selected candidate w il be reUlred t B
Provident PwUd ald Will be appebted on bttol fw -
The appointment will be solftet e, the Colonfia
Local Civil Service Regulations.
.te selected candidate will be rquired to PW
nation prior to taking up the appeltbiete.
aAs aA =4^0^ 0W? W*" ecosm8 of t"f'S~
0"^ *.Wn sewrotwi WA tl rescrib>oW l
bel Obtainedf the et l and should reach10
thin Mt, Aug ust 4., 1344....


S5ere.Keepers 2

A! OYN CAN ALSO RE
1 s1rUD- TO DONA FIDE
|DIALSS IN MODERATE
SqrANT1TE1g AT LOWEST
WEOLESALZ PRICEI.


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ftl-- -^ --- --------I


Governumeat ofa

; ,TENDERS--LA
ANID RECLMATON


and equlpmsnt ready ftw us of
the SMa U MI smW
he 4batg *w I
lreag-inf to lfl telIv. onstrusUoti"of,
and mlnnkmente, rodWa ", canal,
tul) m and *dmlrIttr a butbildin ullys
Wc.nplte With crcal e Bi andImI
thee and lwuks in conncteao therewith.
e Contract documment canm be tapoted at U
Ma d Houn Oommt*, ft. Vwcnt tS,
lnWher pOtdeI ofdrawtns Me. 1 to sn be seep.
ontr CtoWr will be required to give security by ou
SUneTl In the Sum of 90.000.
Tend loe at n n the th eptember 1944.
Tontfw to be sddre"wd toth Ckplbecref 1
Alrpwt art lVtntille, Trtohte14" and. Id sent by Pa~t,eh|

The Oovernment 'do not bnd themselves to aepk
W any tender. and wil not US a n reo a orthe
uy tender,
Errol L. Dos Santos,
A'ting Colonitl S
S,.44.,


"I 'A


I ,






































d w- ln eotdurted by M& ime MIBna o ams -.i. .ft&Oa mw4Told's
Im fr tieM BedCr InvMadon AppeaL DetO .I a tin ha Talk of Trinkdld.


"Ron(oad

Wfrsdag
Bio a Club produce.
repton Road," by
b oma, to be pre-
day, AuIMust 10,
''tre, promises a
entertainment for
us such scintillating
1 Watch," "London
pece," "Hay Fever"
's when one left the
Sns of satisfaction
well spent, and on
he public can be as-
hr production up to
IM high standard.
:tation of "Passing
no Thursday, one
Sto seeing such old
Johnstone, in a
she can play-
maid-n delight-
with an amus-
S tarck, whose
h hav given audi-
|joyment on many
With his usual pol-
Svery eiroumnspect
I deas of ethical
st severe Jolt; and
I precocious young
li part which gives
a comedienne ample
J- Stanley Mehling
e interest, while
U-Pamela Hilton,
ntM Duncan Wat-
t win the hearts
Public.
of this production
It the the Win the
gteral fund-the
naoe forgets, and
Many calls upon
Sthe Trinidad As-
of the Deaf and
doing fine work
ento being the
oef teaching deaf
of efpeech.
either and help
in this effort-
rl $t,000 to local
let us help them
jroductions to
e$r101000. It is
Reeds the en-
n of un & all.

Parties


A. Robson, organizer
(f, the British Red
Southern division,
tw Prank Hob-
0hool at For-
ITvUtay last to see
Cross knitting
by Mrs. Laidlaw
(and to Inspect
%I4 by the children
ted a similar class
government School
. Mike.


Sqdn. Ldr. Th

Over BBC At
5S.C.0-TODAY
P.M.: 1 .00 Sporting Record; .30
Plises of Varieties wnh ieorge Betton,
Billy Kay, Dolly Lewis, de Haven and
Page Marie Lloyd .Jnr. Chairman-Bill
Stephens; 3.00 World News followed by
Parliamentary Summary by Braest Atkln-
mon; 3.16 Albert Sandler's Palm Court
Orchestra with xvelyn Dove (contralto);
4.00 Sunday Hslfhour Community Sing-
ing by Royal IMarnte accompanied by
Divisionatl Band, Itoyal Marinas, eon-
ducted by Ltsut. R. H. Stoner. Hymns
Introduced by Chaplain the Rev. A. L.
Wragg; 4.25 Epllogue; 4 30 Johnny Denil
Novelty Septet; 5.00 AnnouncemeOts; 6.01
Record entertained: 5.29 Variety "Wsat
For It"; 6.00 From Famous Composers
with Betty Bowerman( contralto). Bliech
String Quartet--Gareth Morrisl fllutist),
John Lorraine (obos), John Wllls icelllst),
Arnold Goldsbrough (organ); 6.41 News;
7.00 W.I. Guest Night. Talk by Squad-
ron-Leader Thompson followed by "Think
on these Things"; 7.45 Light Music; 5.00
UcGeachy's Weekly Commentary; S.1l
Talk. Ruoke, Plays and FlIlms; .30
Serial. "Framley PIraonag." Episode
7; 9.00 News; 9. 10 From Mondty's Lon-
don newspaprAr; 9.15 Service from Me.
Cracked's Memorial Church, Belfastl. eo.
ducted by ,Rev. Dowling; 9.46 Rpilogue;
9.61 Interlude; 10.00 News Headlines;
10.1O Sir Henry W BRB.C. Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Sir Adrian Boutlt. Berneard ahaw (viola
Guatav Hoists Lyric movements for viol
and orcheatre. Country song: Ballet "The
Perfect Fool.


1.1.e.C.-TOMO"ROW
P.M,.: 3.00 Announcements; 8.01
Dance Music; *.00 Shipmatin Ashore;
6.45 News; 7.00 Fred Hartley's Music
with Ruth Naylor (Australian soprano);
7.45 Talk. Science Notebook; 8.00 Cur-
rent Events (Vernon Bartlett):; .18 Pal-
ace of Varletles; 8.46 Country Letter by
Ralph Wrtghtmas; 9.00 Mews; 0.10
From Tuesday's London newspapers;
9.30 Reg. King at piano with Quinta;
9 46 Life at Home; 10.00 News Head-
lines; 10.16 Johnny Canuck's Revue.
B.B.C.-TUREDAY
P.M." 800 Amnnouncemenn; .01 In-
terlude; 5.14 Muslo from Movies;: .00
Welsh Guards Band, conductor; Capt. T.
S. Chandler; 7.00 W.I. Party with the
Poeomanlacs; 7.45 Thrller: Marjorie
Banks' "Condermned to Live" with Irls-
elda Hervey; 8.00 Off the Record. pr'-
sented by Stanley Maxted; A.46 Feature:
London Clling Europe; 9.00 News; 9.10
From Wednesday's Loedon newspapers;
9.30 Tchalkowakl's Mulic; 1.46 War Re-
view; 10.16 Variety.
U.A.-TODAY
P.M.: 2.00 Newe; .0 Bluejacket
Choir; 2.30 The louthernaires; 1.00
News; 1.05 Lands of the Fro.; 1.10
Church of the Air: 4.00 News; 4.18
Duntnier-Mlilod Reader; 4.M6 Ameoean
atory; 5.O0 News; .06 NBO Iym-
phony; 1.00 News; .06 Amy Hour;
6.30 Percy Faith; 7.00 News; 7.30
Bandwaglon; 7.30 Oracle el5d01; a.00
News; .,0 5 United Network Coomsetary;
a.1 StBaowUme; S. saummRy Kan's per-
enade; 9.00 UtnIted Network Reporter;
9.t15 ITe News at Raw;; a.e x PaTe
to beignorant; 10.00 News; 10.06
VaeaUou sernae dl 10.30 Jam"e Melta.
U..A.-TOMOHROW
P.M.: 6.00 Time View* the News;
8.10 Programme, Review; 5.15 Ria'moed
Scott Orchestra: 6.30 Mirth and Madness
6.00 News; 6.06 port Pae; 6.15 Per-
oinnl Album; 6.30 Minostrel Melodies; 7.00
News; 7 15 stock Market Report; 7.30
Great Moments In Music: 00 News;
8.06 United Network Commelntary; 5.15
Spotlight Bands:; .e OGuy Lombardo;
.00 United Network Reporter; 9,16 Toe
News at Home: ; .30 BIondiu; 10.00
News: 10.0 Familly Hour; 10,0 Normsnae
Courin presentAi
v.5.A.-TUiSOA'c
P.M : 5.00 T'ime Views the Newst: 5.10
Programme Review: ,.1 Ray Sleott's Or-


ompson Talks

7 Tonight
chetra; 5.30 Mirth and Madness; 6.00
News; 1.05 Sport Page; 6.158 Personal
Album; 6.30 Minstrel Melodles; 7.00
News; T. S tock Report; 7.30 Great
Moments In Music; 5.00 News: ; .05
United Network Commentary. 1. Spolt-
light Bende; 1.70 Guy Lombardo; 0.00
United Network Reporter; 9.15 News at
Home; 9.30 Blondie; 10.00 New,; 10.06
Family Hour; 10.15 N. Gorwin Presents.
WVDI-TOOAY
A.M.:10.30 Mustll for Sunday; 11.00
Melody Matinee: 11.30 John ('harles
Thomas; 12.00 B.B.C. News.
P.M.: 12.15 Piano Ramblings: 12.30
Xavier Cugast; 1.uO Comedy Caravan;
1.30 Family Hour; 2.30 Information
Please: 2.30 Sfammy Kuye; 3.00 Command
Performance: 7.10 Frontline Theatre;
4.00 Phtladelphia Symphony; 5.00 Meet
the Boys; 5.30 Jack Benny; 6.00 Sunday
Vespere; 0.30 Fred Alien: 7.00 Andre
Kostelanetis;: 7.30 COharlle McCarthy; 8.00
Tour Radio Theatre; 9.00 News; 9.15
Open Door; 10.00 Suepeose; 10.30 Con-
tented Hour.


WVDI-TOMORROW
P.M.. 5.00 fi. News; 5.15 Que Psas;
.30 Village Store: 6.00 Mall Call; .30
Great Muliel 6.45 News; 7.0o BAsin
Street; 7.30 West Vir. Ramblers: 7.45 The
Two "B'0": 8.00 Duffy's Tavern; 8.30
Telephone Hour; 0.00 News; t.15 Latin
Rhythms; 9.30 Dance Time; 10.00 Nilght
Owl Club; 10.4A Nocturne.
WVDI-TUESDAY
P.M.: .0 G0.1. News; 51 5 Que Pala;
1.30 Hymns from Home; 5.45 Band
Wagon:; 6.00 Jubilee: 6.30 Show Time;
6.46 News; 7.00 Bob Hope; 7.30 Quin.
lot Domloilcano; 0.00 Music from Ameri-
ca; 5.30 Pass In Rloview; 9.00 News;
9.18 Latin Rhythms: 930 IDanes Time,
10.00 Night Owl Club; 10.45 Nocturne.
NOTE: The West Indian Radio News-
papoer will be heard from 6.15 to 6.41
p.m. today featuring the West Indian
Radto Newspaper Symphony Cmeonert; to-
morrow Letters from ialetners Creole
Cook, Scliene In the News; Tuesday Quiz
how. Health Chait, Featurett.

Today's Diary
Flappers' dance, Portuguese As-
sociation, 6.30 p.m. to midnight.
Piano recital by MiLs Winifred
Atwell, Royal Victoria Institute,
8.30 p.m.
Tomorrow
Discovery Day (public holiday).
Souse party, barbecue, aquatic
sports, dancing, etc., at Persever-
amce Club.
Danee at Trinidad Country Club
to celebrate Discovery Day.
'Paling Brompton Road," hy
the Duration Club, Empire Theatre,
Tbuday, .August 10, .45 p.m.

Answers To Quiz By Feste
(1) 14"
(2) Third anIW lat voyage
(8) 810 West of Greenwich
(4) 10" North
(3) Bouth-est
(a) Three ships
(7) Point Oaleota
(8) Tuesday
(9) La Isla is anta
(10) San Lucar, Spain
(Se0 Quiz on Paw 2B)


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SUNDAY GUARDIAN. AUGUST 6. 1944


SflwiONB'


Cinemanew By Spotlight On The Home Front -
It is a i^e selectwo that the city's loading clnemu offer to
miovlebone 'this week-end. rM "Oaliaght" to -Show Busilneas." it In the August Issue of the offl- of &oil. starting from the un-
is altoether the best Hollywood has to gire. It Is all the way from clal jouria of the Imperial Call weathered mineral rock at the
of Tropical Agriculture. "Tropical Bootom through various Interme-
draa to musical comedy, from su*pene to fun, and there are all Agriculture," Just released, there is dit*e stagse0 of gemol to the final
the things that make people cry or laugh while sitting before the a very astounding editorial which soil uas we know t on the Surface.
If proved to be true will probably Furthermore, accepted theory is
screen, this little globe of entertainment. revolutionise our present day agri. tthat te greater portion of ao
There Is wisdom in the may- 9-- cultural practice of dUp ploughing. that platters It confined to the top
ing that good pictures are the beat some 30years in th ow business This is partlculaily Important to six inches, and It my be easily
propaganda for the cinema. Thli he has even taken the part of pro- the sugarcane Industry understood that deep ploughul g
week-4d's" bill is sealing the old der in "Show Busines which At first sight the reasoning In with a mouldboard plough Invert
saying once again. Go and see for isIn omse way a cavalcade of the the article, which is based upon a this fully developed layer and
yourself. vaudeville book recently published., entitled brings to the surface a layer which
vaudevil". Plowman's Folly" by Fdward H. is not so fully developed. But aw-
ao Murder It does not matter what the plot Faulkner. an American experimen- cording to thin article this is not
Dream of a Murdernuch pictures. Even some ter, seems to be pretty sound and the main disadvantage.
"GASUGHT," a Metro-Godw neatly droing tears and a shot one really wonders how it has been The article po!nta out that the
flrhet/i~on directed by v g of (avoidsbl) sentimentality can- possible in spite of all the advances soil is impovershed, a by this
t e D ux not do nv harm as they re of science for farmers to continue method of ploughing, crop residues.
quickly swept away- by a burrn- their system of deep ploughing green "anure~i and all else added
U picture refines a mystery cane of gags and songs, without observing the effects which as amendment torthe son l surface,
story to the dimensions of a great Fun.maker Eddie starts off this experimenter has discovered. are placed below thie reach ofthe
drama. Deajing with a murder sometime before the last war and it may be however, that his roots of the crop which is being
Cease which is cleared only many ails with a perfect team of enter- findings may not be applicable to be
years after it has happened, it de- tainers around all the cliffs that all sol types a it Is known that grown."
soil ypesas i in nown tha71e spongy surface layer. when
velops a strange psychological lie between a traveling vaudeville the looser Lhe texture of the soil, Inverted on account of its hg
cIt is a strangely attractive act and a big Broadway show. the more rapidly does vegetable water retaining capacity inders
It in a srant y attractive ory, They win the race for succe-after matter, which is buried in it, decay, the upward ascent of noll water.
Indeed, he story of the e Pianist some laughs and some laughter- But this is anticipating discussion. Again the inversion of the soil
who marries the beautiful s1ece t records have been solidly broken so let us at first examine our pres- seems to upxet the moisture equlli-
murdered long ago. hae b and in the end Eddie can happily ent day system. r m n the o is u
make their home in Londoneo e ;1I "Whoopee," the old-time Zieg- At present the sugar estates do brium and the op layer dries out
make their home London, In ed hit. a great deal of deip ploughing with ra '^d ll.
Afince the inverted soil now formsi
Fr Drdie d Cantor, of course, domin. mouldboard ploughs which Invert hInvery highh moist layer the sub-
From Drama- ates the show with hia rolling the soil. In ordler to avoid the de- ai water doh s not ris l hroug t
eyes and hi. snappy dance steps. velopment of at pan. that Is a hard soil water does not rise through it,
George Murphy, Nancy Kelly, and layer of soil right at the bottom as water moves iontly from a region
particularly Joan Davis, give him of the ploughed area, the 'and of high saturation to a region of
a hand In all the fun. cultivated a little deeper than it is low saturation n. n critical con-
ploughed by means of a harrow or Tis rouht in sn Ul cn
Another Heroic Musical ultivator wiabenta ontyres. dition of droutght bing t up in
The chief advantage of the sys- l
-.---^l ON -,t-- H,.ARVEST tern is that according to tradition .' ,.
I N. w .THArm-T N, (Ithe weeds are turned under the OU aol rilse l
airected b y nDavi Brga r at the, and so the young plants which are
di k.iredbi. Isown on the inverted surface of their Hedron five had a dance at Ma-
Enip"re soil have a better start in life as dison Square OGartden. Carlsen Field,
This I another film depicting they are free from competition.[oi Tuesday night, which was at-
the heroc days of thevaudville. Th however, Is in itself a dis-I
HWith a slight romantic touch, it uilvantage a by I nverting the soil tended by Captain S. M. Bailey,
recreates the likealhie atmosphere a portion of earth which cannotlComdr. Mahlglan, LL-Comdr. Dud.
of America's theatre life at the turn be compared in its final develop-and L umdr. Dud
.of the century. ment to tho top soil Is brought tolIcy Brown and Lieut. Summer
the surface In this h new' later the The dance floor was nicely deco-
It it the lile story or Nora minerals which are used by the rated with palms and paper stream.
BDayes, one-time queen of songs, p plants for food may"' not, be as era in a variety of colours, and an
and the picture takes ad antage of readily available as they are in excellent buffet ,upper was served.
all the legends that time ha.s woven thle natural soil surface. The Emdees band from Waller
around her lovel figure. From a von Thl i 8 further aubstanialSted by Field supplied the music for dane-
little cafe In Milwaukee, a voin.g the, fact that the soil is formed Ing. and a door prize was jiven-a
song-writer brings htier on eth fre the botom Upwards and not bottle of perfume-which was won
way to fame. It ones nt go with- from ,hle btto onpwards and n ot bottle f perume-which w won
out romance a.nd ieal oinuv hut after from the p downwards. In other by MIm Rolande Dennehy.
all the hardships the screen can words., If you were t4 ',t a pit or n The arrangements for the dance
Smuster, the couple. Ijt ke Eddie trench lntothe soil andexamine the were made by Q'M 2nd Cl. Sidney
INGRI BERGMAN. Cantor are lorioul unit ed I layers from bottom to top you will Samuelson and Bkr. 2nd Cl. Doml.
iND BERGAZ. Ciatl .hahow. notice that there is a gradual but nic Barra, assisted by some of their
LikenGwela definedadeveomesenteorelenshow
Like Greta Garbo, she 'omas If is the glittering harkgioind wel defined development or genesialshipmates; and the help given by
f ro m Sw ed e n w h e r e, s h e w a s t a e e toi e t h M r
well-known b e for e getting that here too, gives to the ltor i'illl l lllllllllltllllllllllll
o a. colour and movement and again,--
starreoodwtfahm har. me there are many old-timPe tunes preo
tarred witJ h Ciha ileosi rented with all the charm of a
and Joseph Cottn In"G gt happier decade.
(D~x. nn Miller, Dennis Morgan, and a t s Sr
ame hou that the murdered au Irene Manning contribute, singing
has left to the young woman. and acting, to make it a pleasant -
has lft tohe yung wman, entertainment. ep oni
In this house, with its shadows en ent.
and gloom, the drama gets under-
way. The passionate lover turns -To Vaudeville
into a tyrant husband. He wants De Dw
to become the master of his wife's
will and senses, and he goes to


will anda senseis, and goe st
work with sinister ingenuity. Iso-
lating her from the outside world.
he accuses his wife of things she
has never done, invents stories
that her mother died in an Insane
asylum, drives her Into deepest
humiliation.
At night, he disappears my ryteri-
ously and the gaslight always dims
after he has left for his escapades.
When the young woman Is on the
edge of believing in her own In-
sanity, another man makes his ap-
pearance, a young detective from
Scotland Yard. He finally solves
the unsolved case by discovering
the murderer and the secret of the
dimming gaslight.
The story located In the London
of the seventies (which the pic-
ture reproduces fairly well) getsl
its dramatic tensity from the noble
acting that fascinates from start
to finish,
Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer,
and Joseph Cotton are the prota-
gonists and give to the film the
stamp of their genuine art.
Vaudeville Cavalcade
"SHOW BUSINESS," an R.K.O.-
Radio production, directed by
Edwin 1. Marin, at the Globe,
Eddie Cantor appears In this
picture and that means fun. After


MAGAZINE


SECTION


Y Farm Hatd

tvo plan and an f Nac Vd&'t
not bee Inverted.
It is known that la In M
egeable matUr in Bt nno u
there must be irsat, eUtS.,-.
flclal orsganUlon which need
iozylen if_ they ar o tt
t claimed that by lvyttot
the soil the de:ay of all thM wor "
Aid UtdmN'OWthb Is much OwMu u
due to Interference, the emben"
dioxide accumulates. thus produce.
Ing a none of poisonous lua whh
may even extend to the upur Ilaf
of soil In which the plants a
distributed. ",A
As a remedy It I ssuggegted thM
In future all ploughing aheuld be
done by heavy dime harrows. ThW
implements have the a .e off
of finally loosing u thea so bWt
do not turn it under. The top
layer of soil so treated acts s w.
kind of natural mulch and alda iV
the conservation of soil moisture.
Soil prepared the 1 tw ,is l
said tp erode much letran tM
which hs been ploughed with16
mouldboard.
Already in various parts of nka
United States of America expel*
ments have been laid down m"
very good and promising reult,
obtained. It may be a goo tllk*
if the sugar estates or the ud*O
cane Investlgtlon Committee Wm,
dertake to start experlmentaths
on these lline immediately.

Dance Success
Lieut. Conn and Lieut.
was very much appreciated. -
A large number of ladlwel
present from Port-of-Spain, a
Fernando. Pointe-a-Pierre and Vatr
est Reserve. including Mrs. :.. O.
Hobson, Mrs. Lee Dramba, la
MawUon, Mi Joyce Duan, Mrs. CO
macho, Mrs. Rupert Aleong, .
Pat Hobson, Mum May O llW
Miss Avis Back.
Mrs. Patton. Mr. Suter. MVi
Finlayson, Mtissa Miller, Mr&. Shrub
sail. Mrs. 0. L. Smith, Mrs. BlUn ,
Mrs. Mosedale, Mrs. Arthur Ma
hews, Mrs. John Dawson, r. W,*
N. MacKay, Mrs,. A. Ellis Cooke.
Mrs. Pat Rogers, Mrs. Albert Oatt
Mrs. Cllpperton. Mrs. Cotter= M"
Warren,- Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Dawr
Mrs. Barrett and Miss 11b"0
Tappin. ..
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I qdid not plant certain vitamins and minerals which their bodies
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W fish. Despite the fact that the Caribbean abounds with
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Wilful Dswee By Children

Proves Drawback To Gardens


I am. I Va e. goiod Old haw AMin ealio pa
my rent and tai. I take anterat Iplet M .m Mo
I As.mpo and a I W eutr atsaw Mr. a' ";l 'M16iM
a n@* O cr 94t am *n to go morfood, i~ N 1001%m,
unfortunate, meet wihlittle suoOe=, de not to E lio f ~ 4f0t i
my pat. obut to la" of Coo0eration o the pan of ea a"$ ...
m "..tusalty. -
1101 Ina, Proud W tomay aftlns at
ph a uh i t.em, .it Vs,teJ r
vir. th pemes rn eWr -a Ln t ?sag
mnav S. .I thors t hIer-w I feed ex etwten e
goseso g~evaciu an~d CI5eriq et
to. m I, t iseabuto0 a perda I ysoVI W, o1 ork
Sth I f bn they e h lat tot

ai u number at others who rtmed tfor t"io. I c aut upa
ae amt so either, with con- wire fence between my ouwe and
ntinr light tre resment. the next. thereby involve In
IU g arden sa ded kd daily by an outl 7 of so- W'U "r If
hoaum ofyelling brats whe charge dolas; e law J an to
over mv flower beds throw Atoms catch aid hkeifbM s iong
at the mango trees to bring down I throw t dedbodies back to
the frjit, thereby spoflltig bedo of their owne.-
V"U vegetables which happen to Maybe all very easy fa mao bat
be planted In that velnlhy PrA unfortunately my i niartmliii s to
screw the rest of the pio"ni with poor anM I *Aodd mwm probably
torn bita of mper, old exercise end up with a murder ossarhands
books and anythn ekse they may and, being neither fleet of foot nor
drop on their wl tanede to iall of girth, I do notfeel I am
etpe when I aear on e cene. suitably lpped natre to
aIt sd to think that the is no spend my days change chickens
method of reress for younster* around.
like these who show no igns of Of ooure, there an other di-
growng into honest working men advadtalet of Iardeni to n-
and women and cannot apparently Idad, chiefly eoneemiar D lahe
be controlled by fear of the police, which expect to be p for dur
their schoolteacher or their parents, nothing which have not t bee
GRON -Mv TOO touched upon. I could u1 2 ood
OROW-UPS TOO esof the ardener, sel' yed,
IThey are however, not the only who spent an entire mornng maan-
offenders- oh. not for there rurin a derelict piee of wait
others just as bad. ground iuted of the vetable
At the back of the house runs a beds as was thle original Intention,
river. Before living in Trinidad I or the Indian woman whose me-
always understood that rivers thod ot weeding coiuelts of pulling
bounding property owned or rented up everything, weeds and plants
were considered moderately private, alike, which are in the bed.
but,. I know better now. This parti- These see, however, known ha-
cular part of the river is the hap-[bits which can be combatted, but I
py hunting ground, the club andt have yet to discover what remedy
meeting place for a bunch of young there is. unless the law, or Miss
totighx who apparently nelh'"r toll Dora Ibberson have some ldesa on
nor spin, but make the day hideous how to overcome poch wilful dam-
by their yelLs and acreams whUile In- age and petty pilfering as Is comrn-
dulging In tiher favourite waterniltted by a lar percentage of
porwte. the populace. It cVrtinly makes
Last, but not least, come my vq poor gardeners alt down and
nelihbomirs' rhitckens. Tnes, I amithink.
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Two picture of the brides and grooms of Ratr'day, Auguat 29.
Ahove are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Boyce taken outsiMe of the Sacred
Heart ('hurrh. Mrs. Boyce was the former Miles Minnie SelUlt.
Below are Mr. anda Mrs. Kenneth Jamalon outside of St. Patrick*
Church. Mrs. Jamason was formerly Miss It len Morris.

Discovery Quize-By Feste
1. Columbus discovered Trinidad in (a) Six ships
,a 1498. ib One.
Three.
c 1504. 7. The first point of land visible
2. He was thbeii making hi., to thie navigantr was prooaboly
,a> First voyage. ,a Point G aleo'a
#b) Third voyage, (bi Icacos point
ic, Last voyage. (ci Cedros.
3. The longitude of Trinidad Is 8. Trinidad vwas first sighted oil a
approximately (a) Sunday
'ai 91 Eaot of Greenwich (b) 10 0 W,. of Oreenwich (c) Friday
(0p 61' West of Greenwich P. Oin seeing the mainland Colum-
4. The latitude of the island is bus named that territory
approximately (ai Little Trinidad
(a) lo0 North (b) Venezuela
fbi 11* N. (c) La Isla ttnts.
(el 10i South. i0. On this voyage Columbus sailed
8. Columbus approached the Island from
from the (a) Lisbon, Portugal
tai North (0 ) San Lurar, Spain
ib) Southeast (ci Gibraltar.
'ci Vetnezuelan coast (For Answers ee Page 1 B)
His fleet consisted of

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help! IabyV is to eal paint. Give
him the be*it kind of hIp-a little
DINNEFORD'S P FlaidMagneia
with every feed. linsord'SMothe
the delicate Itt* stomach. dispds
paintul wiod and correct* saOy
tendency to acdd'ty. Docter have
ad'.isd it for
so it Is worth
inaisting on
Di nord orX
yU\ baby, oo I


KIfithin il
wIKthFUT
wuh RJT-
Save yourself from toe-
ommt Iled" as P~l Is som
-ooqde. Suilmsaee ans
ohm wonbla_ som.
dues eves dug*oua -
&aW frequently wste your
momy. Flit Is sold only ia
de seaoe yelow tt ws
the soldier sad bla m& bad.
Fit spray will MX sia9.


L !ju- .Go
YouwMostLearn ToHor4

TAO C e To MAO Yew Hm. G o
A Flt teNO W" d "wForl ew
AWeTMenr"tedweas esi MAS 6lie 1hsv"14
Imanmh n ad e d amht her lsd b sk t to e days g
lmtale. It ali t eNrls taf t she uMV to tao e tha t i
Wth Iear toadt, a" walsh r 1b0vlOr 'arves ny. "l a
Ogrmeee h rattet I I Us e asye d ber husbama&e4
=81 OWN*Now f sun amtoIt thuag.
@Rat fo, hr biW hs at. Ur2
baad0ta- mmc W a d is het bond l ta."*1.
al honety to I dmtt tt eiiM ri deses
met thsa s herta IMeMU D the d 111
an h Wd do er bt S
to eiect as Improvement bef- he ash
a4dm hubf too far ^ i I
Men's Viewpoint
S*o many women 4tirely fan to
rM that a man and a woman 4
KM o at love and marries.
Ina attrtmo=t ale.tOWNP tey ^*fl i^
tiiayh"Inatde iarnidy that "love
ls of man's life a thing aspart-'tUs
woma'a whole nlaete ."tre.
Another fundamental difference
to that a man's love i usually eay
to get, but hard to keep; while a
woman's love is hard to get. but
easy to keep. A woman's ability to
recognolse thee facts at the Outset
o. her married life, coupled with a
determination to cope with them.
will go far to ensure a successful
voyage on the sea of matrimony.
the rock on which so man mar-
riages have foundered i the wo '
man's failure to reali se that her
husband's love In liable to be a lot
Iee constant than her own, and
that It needs to be fostered care- f
fully II It is to endure. .
Keep Your Husband
Any married woman who makes
the fatal mistake of thinking that A '
once she has got her man ahe can
relax completely and make no fur-
ther effort to charm him Is simply T*
aklng tor trouble. I
,xpelence may teach her that to ;'
keep her man is a much more dif-IF ''


flct proposition, but such a woman W"
Is usually only too ready to take up
the role of Injured and Innocent
wife, when her husband begins to
show a marked preference for other Thli
fenlinine society nti
She would be more profitable em-
ployed in eheoking up on her own aiar
mistakes and trying to remed- s w
them. For if she doesn't mend he. a
ways while there is yet time ahe waitinlg
may suddenly wake 1p to find that should
her marriage has become a total && cha
wreck and that it Is too late to do to cho
a thing about it. which
figure.
Watch Your Appearance thI
still be
After afl It should be easy enon picture
to present a pleasing personality beauty
and appearance after marriage sifo see
one wAs ble to do it succesfuUly first it
before. I
Consider your appearance. Do you ttlayS,
still take as much care as you did td
before you were married? If not,.
start to rectify this at once, but
do not en any account allow yr Ul'J
husband to see you looking hideous 15
with your hair In urlbig pins or
your face plastered with cold cream a
or undergoing other beauty treat-
ment.
The result is all that he should &_,e
be allowed to see as he did before them n
he married you. so take care that dry, or
you find time for your beauty rout- unimar
Ine during yrur husband's absence be dra
from home. to holi
Alwa
Your Home Background you Ca
clothes
In your own home you ae always airing
the leading lady, so see to It that Do
you have a perfect background. Ar. l e t
range your furnishings with care 'On a
and avoid any colour scheme them
which are not in complete harmony them(
with your appearance, Wear the nanrro
shades which become you best, so of the
that you always present s pretty a hole
picture. In perfect harmony, D-
Generally speaking it is better to in
try to have your chair coverings keep t
and cushions in plain colorvllngs, should
because they make a better back- and n
ground or your clothes, but If )ou If tl
partic o Indulge pat-
terned materials for furnishing, try come
to confine them to floor coverings r me
if you can. r
The Stork's Visit W ed
For
The arrival of ehlldren Is Iwayl tepid
a good eoush cuso for some we- and W


is a smart
inl at hons,
ted with a dni9
ear when yeOIa
a visit fromg
I for your bsh
do your Very
lning as ef.Mr.
ose clothe sni
are moat
and if youM
lours you Ia
Sable to
e to your f
Iron are vet)
when they
Sit that y0
npresion o
and not of a
-lookin g,



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d cot.i es
or sending
the hois m
nageable.
it with or iS
Isa.
'ys change u
,n in the howe,
s you have
before pUtl j
not throw yW
heap who
ad when they
e material
on hangers IM
rs are wie
Shanger wilt
shoulder aad |
up fU 1astaW
othes. This
heir shape;
lers are even
at falling oiff a.n
ie garment is
at once, 0-i
out fairly ealy
et.
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of clean wntIHW
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* "Smartman" $3.15 ,

* "Princely" $3.56 ,

9 "Wilson" $6.78 ,,

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Of Trinidad

pgo AaUng 010B M& MM Wright, acon.-
cunar** edtaid t-e 3 a4 Cro cancer
K m tof tiw Q nUI y Oce, at the Royal Via.
E 3 r . .
the Acting Oovernorh b strive his patronage
M to attend the recital by Miss winnUred Atwel lt
taistltute tonight.
Wil include M ethoven's "Appasalonata" and
SAlbenia.l, a wellU the very popular Warsaw con-
01t9P Mf lew Wrlglht will be fedttted too.
t. c I* "pr -ogrAmmi" at Perseverance Club to-
&U46the sl y eArtainment to celebrate Dis.
r OW, t WS% wl abe aou t P y t the P0., to be f-
namS There will be 1 event., which W in include
B ~relay and novelty races for boys, irsU,
la n d valuale ism will lbi *warded the winners.
ifll be held In the open air by the pool and
alttr dinner, there will be dancing.
.U.mugaer informs me that the rod lead ing to the
Srepaired by the Local Road Board and is now In

tpeh Harvet petlval takes place today at the Convent
j phl foIlowni High MasS, there will be gMe blessing t
U l hem n will be srved. Oanies of one kind and an-
--pur-.ch board and hoopla, will form part of the day's
1K~ thm i, will be dancing In the school-house.
*r S *
j(XiNMRY and photographic sections of Piarco will hold
it the Royal maval ClIub-on Tuesday, August s, beginning
*mi v ndingt at uanI.
gw, ~ady members ar s vMted and Invitations must be


S to and flam the dance is being taken care of and
S assured for those who attend.
SMA BDM ON, of 18, Nelson Street, and her helpers are
Selangratulated on sending the very excellent sum of $300
Mo Cross Special Invasion Appeal, profits from the sweet
able at Davldson and Todd, Ltd.
tSa for this amount has been forwarded through the
S Ri B. Skinner, together with the sum of $92
,ulof W.V.. cookery books, making a total of $382.
4Savert and her helpers who run the W.V.S. _Parcels for
5_ have also sent In a cheque to the Red Cross for $50,.
,elr donation to this fund to 572 since they started this
j ewy have sent overseas nearly 5,000 parcels to date.
Alt unfortunate death of Mr. J. C. McLelland at his home,
M osad, (an Fernando. yesterday morning, the Informal
Was to have taken vlace at the Naparima Club tonight
I pned until next Sundoy night. The late Mr. McLelland
,aI oldest members of the club.
IL A 'TTECK. secretaryeof the Trinidad Art Society, will
g *Peruvian Art" during the socl ty's meeting at the
S School tomorrow evening at 8.30 o'clock.
C 5 *
=gERS of the Trinidad Art Society are Invited to the
pWrightson Road. on Tuesday next. at 7 o'clock to view
Adale by Mr. Harold Simmons for decorat'rng the U.S.O.
"also to a variety show at 8 o'clock at the auditorium.
wishing to attend should telephone the Secretary, im-
0t 542 between the hours of 9-3.
?idPalo Seco saw a round of festivities. On Saturday
l big military demonstration by officers and other ranks
.unts oft heTrinidad Home Guard; under Licut. H. A.
Scores of people attended.
Savannah other was a garden party on Sunday In
fothe buildtg of a new R.C. chapel at Los Charoes,
MaWs Was celebrated In the morning in the T.P.D.
i pavilion, and wa followed by the garden party, at
Iof peOple were is attendance.
*closed the function late iii the evening.
o *
W, NXNDER0ON, who is at the Research laboratory of
Leaseholds, Ltd.. at pointe-a-Pierre. l-ft by air on
a go to New York, via. Miami, and thence by boat to
is has gone on leave, which hasI bren extended to alow
his studies at London University. He expects to
Idad about February next year.
a farewell party at his bungalow. No. I Mess, last week.
the whole party. which included Mr. and Mrs.
Mr an ad Mrs. E. J. Burge, Mrs. Alan Ross. Mr. D. R.
A. Mosedale. Mr. George Higgins, Miss Jackie Simms,
9ff, Miss H. M. Barnes, Mr. H. 0. l.alrbairn and Mr.
ilr, went to the dance at Polnte-a-Pierre Club.
C,, *
0IRS. C. L. SMITH, of polnte-a-Plerre, had a most novel
tigsln part at their bungalow recently as a
Mr. J. A. Henderson, who has since left Trinidad to
It a "hard times" party and the guests were asked
Ml In rags.
some very amusing parlour games a nd then a buffet
sed. The rule was helo yourself and then sit on the
I your supper by candlelight.
.r there was dancing until about two o'clock when the

IAPE1RR CLUB'S last month-end dance was again a
AM present I noticed Mr. and Mrs. John Nethersole.
hIWrts, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. MacPadyen, Mr. and
,e Asst. aupt, M. I Gregory, MIsS Rtosie Ooroy,
t k Heri Iarreves. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lsechman
I L Miss Meodes, Mil Owen Halnes. Mr. "eorgee
Alks A M. a n lise Agoatinl Mr. H. R Haskell,
11s Mr. .X K. McMurran, Mr. an Mrs. 0. Pereira.,
Mr. Offrey Taylor.
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INEUMESH RAYON

SSTOCKINGS
M ,jl _t -4 LOVELY SHADES


O^tIt JLL4u


weal bum iwa

Jipp4appa, Jamaica's Cottage Industry

Finds Ready Sale In U.S. And Great Britain


smiap G@Wima
KIIMOeTr jaSales What
striking example here of the val
foud am ll ngoaIe. Above Rocks,
parishes o St. Catherine and St.
this region make jlppl-Jappa hats
grown foods th-y are better off th
island.
Describing the' effort, corres-
pondent writes In "The Welfare
Reporter," the organ of Jamaica
Welfare, Ltd.. as follows :
"In this area there is hardly a
level spot. The sides of the hills
are all steep, and are covered wlth
ho oW oorly f developed crops.
or generatl the people have
I)led oan them, planting their
crops of yam and cocoa@, potatoes
and canes, bananas and peas, and
other catch crope, Trees and over-
bush were cut and burnt to make
way for cultivation. As each new
lot of land was cleared, the rains
came and washed away the surface
soil Into the gullies and rivers.
"Today the people In these dis-
tricts are suffering from a shortage
of home-grown food; because ofi
soil erosion and soil exhaustion
they are able to plant very few
crops, and what they plant givesi
very poor yield. Yet these people
are better off than most of our
country folk. Why? B ca!se
they have a flourishing cottage in-
dustry--jippa-jappa weaving.
"For generations the people of
this area have been weaving the
lippa-jappa palm to supplement
their Income. While the men labour-
ed in the fields the women and
children uted their spare time to
Make articles for their own use,
as well as for sale.
"Today, the hats and other arti-
cles that they weave find sale not
only in Jamaica and the other
West Indian Islands, but alsu in
North America and Great Britain.
There need, therefore, be no une'm.
ployment there except from choice
or if one Is unable to learn the
art of weaving: and the earnings
of a good worker go up to $4.80
per week for work done in her own
home where she can yive an eye
to the children, and stir the pot
on the fire.
"It is interesting to note that a
large percentage of the holdings
are owned by the occupants. And
what of the future? The agricul-
tural Instructor Is teach' ing the
people modern methods of- farming
and soil conservation, helpti.g t:iem
to select the right type of crops to
plant. Many are studying the co-
operative movement with a view to
marketing their goods co-opera-
tivelv."


a cevet"Wooft"
Is described as perhaps tU mot
Lue of 4tt6 industrial si to be
and "Auroinding district ft the
Andrew. Because the PeoP;o of
and. deepite a shortage of home.
an most other country folk In the


$54,6@@,O@ Scheme
iSunday Goadian CerrespMeit.
XI1NGSTON, JAMAICA-4chemes
for agricultural develoaount in
Jamaica Involving the expenditure
of sums amounting to nearly
$9,0,W00 are to be .- ted to
the Colonlal Office by Mr. A. J.
Wakeheld. Inspector-0eneral of
SAgriculture in the west Indies,
i and chairman of the Jamaica Agri-
Scultural Poulicy Committee.
I At a meeting befo-. Mr. Wake-
field's departure for England, the
committee approved estimates to-
talu'Og nearly $ ZXO0.X required
Sfor capital expenditure ad passed
a resolution deploring the delay in
carrying out schemes submitted by
Mr. Wakefield three years ago.
The resolution stated: "Whilst
hear'ly endorsing the detailed es-
fimate put forward by the Inspec-
tor-General of Agriculture (Mr.
Wakefield) this committee wishes
to express to Government its con-
cern at the long delays which have
occurred in putting into practice
the programme outlined by Mr.
Wakefield in his report of Decem-
ber 23, 1941.
.The committee feels that it is
essential to the sucoefs of certain
of the Inspector-General's plans
that experienced technical staff
should be made available without
delay: at the same time the com-
mittee urges that there are many
schemes of great agricultural Im-
portance that can be immediately
and abbolltely undertaken with
local! resources In men and ma-
terials."
First Woman Voter
Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
BRIDOETOWN, BARBADOS.-
When the general elections are
held this year for the first time
under the extended franchise, there
will no doubt be mniany women seek-
ing the honour of being the first
of her sex to vote In Barbados.
Meantime, the distinction of be.
Ing the first woman to register here
has gone to Miss Augusta Manning,
* veteran campaigner and for years
one of the island's keenest politi-
cians.


SERVICE


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Ijsurusme ti our WAo Y if uMwanem e aedier o m
iWy tht wm W eapt tma aM a matt of amuls. We otic advame
a Mooetour, fain mid imeW of ow drmes materials. We ma almost
wi*Mo* srpi. eadrily sNew types f O tiL We e d with oly
paiingl wonder of advamiioes the prevustiom and cm of dieam or
f new methods of ailM dmection. W accept without -ommem ,the
proip w advamo of adio and the movies'. Eve in a world at-er
we seldom 0 m e a k haw it is we ma stil enjoy efficient snbetuM
for fomd lom r obinaimble. Dt timB mhn don't jt beppem.
hA eekh i he m Ishl, If we W le to M k, ld sI the ad of it
Vnith mma deomali and ti cadedwA Id umry. 1m record of
Bisary d dos. that brith dumsmk h always bhm i the fomftot
of lnwrtio- and discovery. It is ot the least of tFA Empire's
justification for thi reard of other moaos that, even etrstaed M
the rack of war though she is, her som and duaaghters, &W
and shmde icatted -l ow the o, hear cmimts habmve stood
to &t mbek Today, a in pes7ai= 4 ithsh
embied *d b d is w11 is i bm iidtas
moms"mae d mawmv =0 dobmu s4C if J
9WW IM MMii m k 4M Wiln sodo

Ciltt 6 ftd SOrAv of Hm m'

MTAIAL C"EMCAL MUs-TRIES. Loitv PaDO
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j12.2 per ent leftrm
*f u aj 0' a u a Ceeundet.
RMDORTOW. BA=AOt.-
Governmenfts lnvtinent in the
Lancaster Processing fctory has
yielded a return of 122 per cent
during the year ended April 30, ac-
cording to a report by the Hon'ble
H. A. Cuke. member of the Legisla-
tive Council recently Laued.
Cost of production of one bag of
cassava flour or meal was $3.62, of
which $1. represented the cost
of processing and $2.03 the pur-
chase price of the roots.
Average sale price ofthe flour was
34. per bag. The flour replWaced
imported cornmeal which cosi $4.80
per bag or a difference In favour
of the local products of 91 centla
per bag.
Mr. Cuke also points out that
besides an economic return of
$17,J02..9, the war effort was helped
by the savings of shipping space.
Capital cost of the factory was
$102.240.

Obligatory Law
SSunday Guardian Cerevaendent. i
BRXDOWTOWN, BARBADOS.
Aug. 5 iBy Air Mal) -With th/
Passing of a Bill here this week, it
will bEcome obligatory on a coroner
to adjourn an inquest upon being,
informed that a person has been I
charged with murder, manslasugh-,
ter or infanticide in connection
with the same death. The inquest
so adjourned would not be con-
cluded until after the conclusion of
the criminal proceedings and
might, in the light of the result of
those proccedlngs, be abandoned
1 altogether.


When Y" oer-t. don't "t
enough leep, or over.-ndulge I
anyway, yoftwetmchio apt tW I
uJ'er+. TrM gol t m Iy be acidl
Indigestion. headache lor aicekkl
feeling. Alk-Seltzer il a pleas-
ant, effective r eindy.
Rewewes in 2 ways
Alks.-Rlte cwtotains ones higrodi.
tnt that eas puin-qtickly. It ai-
contains agents which help to sets-
tralis xcnss gaitric acidity. That's
why so many thousands of people
uTIe It and sweet by it. I
Take onis or two tablets of Alk-
Selt r In a tglas of water. and w e
thuw much better you feel. Not a
laxtive. Use Alkl-Soltzr at any
time for the manysympftm caused
by exces gastric ocidity. PlIeant
toting quick-tcting Alke-Stlther
com esIn twoa i. Look f or the
blue and white package


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. G. OIL"""E Today *i
And Continuing Doily at 4.45 and 8.45 p.m.
nme song, iaugn
and glamour caval-,
cade of Broadway'
show-folks! "


GLOBE-San Juan
Today, i 5 &.M-
Dorothy Lamour and
Fred MeMarray In
AND THE ANGELS SING
Tomorrow-CHINA and
LET'S FACE IT
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Jean' Oabn& amd
Allyn Joslyn in
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Tomorrow-Ellen Drew in
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mODAY at cJ A a. M.-P
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Mmcady. at 1. .,* Ilk DA tU
Tuesday m$* .m.s.SQ


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Hes Tour Favesttb 'ansl-s
"long Ago. ,& Tat Away,*
MONDAY 1,15 P.M. Mathie.-
FIGHTI TO THE FINISH and
MUSIC IN MY HEART


OLYMPIC
WODAY ONLY 4.4 5.80
Danny KAYIE DlnaW sir1 s
"tip in Arms"
MONDAY 1.18 P.M. Matn-'
PRUVATE DTWgTrie and
TORCHY PLAYINO WITI
DYNAMITE
4,4, A.M p.m.-
Anita Louit,. Jink raFkenbWeg.
Evelyn Keyes
"Nine Girls"


ITUEDAT 4.5 o. p.IS .-
Ann Miller, Charlie Barnet and
OrchJetra
Jam Se'sion


PRINCESS LONDON
ARIMA TODAY ONLY T4.1 1plm Iom
TODAY 4.45,. 8.0 p.m. ALSO eoMRaft Veo Zortao,
MONDAY A TUESDAY- Jetste MacDom1l
onuplirey (fioyart
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sl peut of ceatret aovernmae t e
SObje"Mthat wthet i. sauce for the goo"ee
uefte o t dr, unes I favourw e teae
erbs a ot of a"logia a somersault."
SI do at begrudge the 'Cathollc New" either
mst or the thrust. Both, executed n erupuw .
Stood taste are, as wle unusually fair and
tireomt good-tempered In tone. However, the
,EreofitOOOlston t i more apparent than real,
aA~ "Nomersault" a typical illusion.
LOca ptoertte IktheCity Council are the
Ssei q tene aond i xtensoon of the democratic
Bl, It is through them that representative
a I urtaUreltt ,s Invigorated and. In effect.
Ee oto intwlue the many Instead of the few.
o alone, s therefore, any hint at encroach-
nor durtadiment of existing rights, however
e must he minutely examined and If neces-
resisted, since it Is the purpose of democracy
any powerful minority from m aintaining the
in a condition of static feudalism eor, at
a & benevolent but inexorably demeaning
'KI dienomninational boards, based as these are

Vl tive rather than the elective theory, for
Mor bear little resemblance, 11 any, to democ-
MB potnt of fact they may well be described
ome us, absolute mand totalitarian In charac-
sand authority are claimed not from the
iMrne but are derived from a source removed from
ad outside of the challenge and range of either
ibate, human rights or comment.
This is understandable and. indeed, even In-
pable in the sphere of dogma and in questions
faith, but in the adjustments of human liberties
wd relationships the ground Is by no means so
established. Prom these boards, for instance,
h teasher ma, not In practice enjoy the right of
el to the broad conrcience of publIe opinion.
hI ee supposing there were such a right, the


Behind The Curtain


- By Ubiquitousi


JulY 3 was Youth's Day at the Royal achievement--communal or national and are with-
ZDME 7h01ae-who-h6Te-llv*-more-y0!ars out that which alone could solidify tls. Each, in. D* Ia L "T t *u a
Ialso; bn they hd coamne to listen to youth's error, therefore, striven after a substitute-- personal 'fet o t. 0s
m crate. glory- thinking It the antidote to the pangs of self- I5OIO ty sy
S sO ense of Brave Mew World waM everywhere, contempt which he suffers. \s w. ieausm
| piety of the girls In the swiftly rlrocheting Lust for personal glory is a natural recoil from S o. n f
of *laplaue that each aria of youthful ex- the sense of inferiority and frustration, and, when Stay o hour--
Sprovoked, In the unmistakable imprissiton it Is not asisted by a recognition of generic respon- no retouching necessary
i Rx the lips of nearly every speaker that siblllty, becomes a blind and destructive force. .--- gives soft, natural
VI the hour, thin the occasion. thti, the hope. One speaker at the Youth Congress animad- loo1ing hi, .
I need, an occasion--and an important verted on the island's crop of "leaders made over-
1 elements met-and were emulrtfled: it ,night" He struck a daiental note. oer-
t M t not familiar In the chemistry of Sometime later during the proceedings, one of ro .- r 1y-o
rldtionship in Trinidad. the "youth leaders," in championing the cause, sug- reasy appearance.
Sare It portelae? gested that youth should take the inllative because W ill not dryorchaplips. i
31 tIs clear that all tbat protam energy, If pro- the old had failed. The remark nimay be accepted. \ .
hamteaeed and direeted, could be a aouree of and even Justified, as essential "pep" talk: but its \ 3. Comes in eautitul,
M ood in a community wherein each Individual wisdom is poor. We ought to be careful how we en- . new, all-plastic ,4 .
1 fl world snug within the carapace of his per- courage mere flamboyance at the present time. cjin,...
I a-occupatiokmas and ambitions. Enthusiasm, pastson, emotional effervescence It cn t'
the Cogress but turn its Inquiring beam is not these that we lack. Indeed, the volatible
dthe many problems that depress the youth of spirit of youthful revolt is everywhere. Unfortu-
s lend, and it will surely find Its hands full. In natelv, it tends to be blind and destructive; and Ty DonJan Face PowJn,
rds to do tts work well. howesr, it should remain needs the annealing influences of experience to pre- too.. ATOMIZED or extr
Olyon-politlral botn In character and purpose; serve It against itself.
Serwie, let fmwiction as an integrating ta'tor work- The Youth Congress, now that it is formed, must ios. to i"i' your |ina
Ig il the interests of the entire commrnimltv. and not get to grips immediately with the ditflrul* *ask o+ l t9-#1 iot] loelin.ea. AlIn
b behalf of any one section, will cea.e immediately, planning its future. It is a movement of great DonJuon Roug....avilahl. in
Od an Internal rot act in, promise: and It would be a tragedy if the erraticisr hatternw ithliDon tit Ips Ioks
Why lI It that movements of t'itis ort In Trint- of the infantile (am distinct from the youthful) were with Don Juan Ipti'cl.
idicvtably paMss Into the hands of a few persons to JeopardiOse Its ohaceA s
asstntm fo their teown nends-or eelse they I have heard thnoe rafters in the Marie Louise iT
heff Mds fotar tifelocal brand of Inter- HRall echo to so many flnaming resolutions that I | I heI e
ise responsibe for ow social 611d pause now and pander whenever I hear a new one. A N JU ANi B
oursoia&e"?nd? It is the ability to eome tegpher and to continue to __ _
M bs deft hiss bet referred to often. and co-operate that I am anxious to se@ manifested by -
ety of wn: we do "not ow how to ec- our people. We waste our time bickering, when
esa:e there Is soM much to be done in the interest of our
a P e thre mO m Is that we lackasense f little island, U R N ITU R E

European Backdrop By Eric Burger SALE
D. im c be"aa. s bayoit, the rather old- tion of the show. Whether through such active par-
n4 sn maim stAU stands, particularly when tolpestm in nthe antZi-Pasiat war the Turks will get 25 ChaeonS treet,
4I tmbroaM B to/ to rw pd pr sing armies Tur. satisfaction Ina their claim for leadership In the
toe Ira w itlr makes it & self-evident truth Balkans. remains to be seen. Tuesday, 8th August, 1944
once 5. ilWith this claim, anyway, she meets Russtia
no uic^sorm of Kernoil At,,uirk. founder of l t",lm ly^ H la*"a .O AgS 1
dea Tuey. favors o Kernl Atd innrkh too founder In m- which politically and setimentally ha deep-rooted 1.30 P.M.
ioeoTtitkey. have insalted mouch too longc in tin- tlt,s in the Balkans, The Nioviet~s might not be
bsg on their country the veil of neut>traliy. It ";*"i the Balkans, The Soviets might not be
proved as being of nt h i he iarm naten.lttat willing tao abandon them in favour of an ally
.Ih which Tuofuy's women used to <,a-n who was merrily trading with Germany whlle Instructed by Mrs. Dasent Mrs
esr tt before Ateaftwk. dirtAtor with progressive her own cities were burnt by Hitler's artnies. Hillid ot helrs, we will sell such
ji abelated them from thn antiquated custoni These feelings will be shared by the Greeks good and useful items as Simmons
Refuing so lotig to take lidcs in the great fight, ilid Yugoslavs who have certainly not for- Double Bed, Slumber King Spring
Sprtsent government of Turkey has somewhat .otten that Turkey wa, an onooker. sympathetic and Mattressm Simmons Single Bed
ed another law of the iron-hand reformer. thouft. when their countries knew all the horrors and Spring M.T. Washstand.
ir had flourished for centuries, he prohibited of Naza invasion. Altogether, the United Nations Mirrored Tall Boy. Cyp andCrap.
yg y and it Ia just this rule that hi successors cannot overlook that in the hour of their greatest Hangin Presses, C Chlet of
'l apply in their international dealings. It has distress, Turkey bowed to the inevitable and signed Hangi" Pre"e.s Cyp Cheat o
wr ldoubtadly an act of political polygamy to be a pact with the temporary conqueror. Drawers. Bedside Table, Cyp and
gqt sa worn p al and at the timeto yield to o with the latest candidate for the Allied frontCrap. Dining Tables, 3-Burer
Srropo tn disolvin, the thand & On alot, another political problem of the post-war' a Stove,- Meat Safe,. Kitchen and
illS+Turkey's diplomacv has returned to monogamy. stands tip right in the middle of the war. It points Pantry.Ware. Ham Slicer, Scale
&t the Pre.ent moment, it does not matter so one more. to Russila as a nisin factor for"settlement' an d Weights, pood Jar, Morris Set-
Swhethert has been a last-minute opportunist Though bound to the Turks by a non-aggressin tee and Chairs with Cushions,
-et or whether Turkey's leading men followed treaty, the Russians have never ceased tod"istrust Bentwood Rockers and Chairs,
Svol^of their hearts when driftirng away from themr and vice versa. This sntlment is rather a Carpet Foldlng Canvas Chairs,
nga side. What really counts is the onfirmed oreat that the sovlets will hardly be prepared to Lady's Writing Desk, Cyp and
a t strong rith and American pressure has make any political concessions to the last-hour ally. Crap. China Cabinets, Glas and
ther to make up their minds, please. Stalin's foreign policy, in tlhe-se last years, might Chinaware, Child's Play Pen. High
S merely a reofla of their military power that have been less refined than that of Britain and Chair, Qo-Cartand Babies' Prams,
AJ@0a now eanlhit hard also In the diplomatic America but It always reached a high degree of urge Crap, Ofce Desk and Re-
too, their actions are backed by forward mci.ncy. It Is therefore very unlikely that London evolving Chair. Three Iron afes,
tanks. supremacy In the air, advancing and Washington have made any promise to the Hyvdrautll Car Jack Adjust. Desk
on three fronts. Turkey's diplomatic break. Turks about which seat will be reserved for them- ral J- .
the broken Axis might well be a prelude at the peace conference -if there is anyv They m Lamp. Lady's Bie, Portable
ning of a fourth front In the Balkans. have to count with RuSia's word in the matter if Phonograph, Golf Sticks and
again, Is a clear-cut hint that Hitler's final they want to avoid accidents like the Polish affair Balls in Bag; Treadi Meachine,
Sis prepared soundly nd systematically, The Russians by imply ignore in the Polish aw Books, Including set of Hlls-
ed by Internal Nazi blood bath in the past Governmeet in London have given a striking ex bury's Laws of England. and other
future), the Allies have to move alone all ample of their efolent foreign policy which, too, i. Books. Electric Toaster, Iron, Sew-
-way etreeto that lead to Berlin,. their final based on th foreof their victorlousarms. Nothing mg Machine-Waffe Iron-lan
e.To go as quickly as possible, they elne wa' left to ne Premier of th e Polish Govern- and Stove; 9-Tube KJB. Radio etc.
ose in from as many sides as possible, ment-in-eaile (in which somn eascist-minded squires Items on view from Now, and
road to Berlin loads not only over Rome, still hold portfolios), but to travel to Moscow and Terms CASH.
u Chwrhourg but also over 4ofia and Buchar- knock at the Kremlln's door with the encouraging Terms CASH.
h either's satellite capitals In tbti Balkans, Though consent of the British and Americans,
yet in the war officially, Turkey can be called Stalin, for once at least, has turned Meow Boyd & Hutchinson & Ltd.,
an cy moment to take an active part In this sec- Canosa. ow no
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g^Tr1 ush th e- that n jf questlesM. fftd ie^ gaa-3 ^^ej y
how far the eerle of te la 1tn Sad. .
"Touc ot mine .ote. a"Ield- t my prophets nO 1Swf
harw, Ehb helle or: 71em the church. tIett e
iut is a0e14nuo te Board of .du-ear-----
bo ad ta rector o du:at:i t lilA-M
hiel a e.me. n o. eont"a is iwell t Undedl U W W
bAt witi th erer f ierence, that both thet.m-DimW W
boatd atLthe director anre oUtuted, In principle. R I .
M Y res"W" I", whichr e
us ut r m th e gam fet _ i.f. ,
as Meb. amw W%* Use bmnag am 9
By eotUEt. denomilatlonal beards in their o INIHI 11 1V
olaltred privacy are effectively screened from .
publityand shieldem to many ways from public Suersfrom lsel"t
comment. veuros, weak bd
7%sfr ytag memory nead %EM
Thus, for uy part, IIadhere to the democratic teitiwl Aa3S 2o
method always. n Uthis, because In my view, a new glaad dIMOve -W an A mim
original ain remains such a subversive and corroding Doctor. This new diaeveu2o y
influence in human nature, that individuals, whether possible to qauicl y Sa d .S i
in church or state, made superior to and freed from vitour to Y.wr = y,to l Iv
the wholesome restraints of the frank and uninhibit- loodi, toStrft amy ew.mNdz I
ed criticism of their peera, Invariably make for bad Memory and e fo eSw,.nfet
discovery, which is a homemedseet
government, produce conscripted minds and gener- pisoMnt, esy-to-ta, k tablet Ifena. o
ally degrade human society. away witb unneceasr land Ia-
Of course, the administration of the churches tons and begins to build new 1
Is not advanced in some ways by the surrender of and energy, yet It is absolutely u-1
the rlg tt of appointment to their schools. But it 10"haind1nat1i4 ats.ion, dM
is a far cry from this to the outraged lament that y, eyiLeVl.Ts s, Vbi d-l -bt
as an inevitable result, a reign of godless men will ballchemistshere under a guatee,
be ushered In for the children. ofeomplet satisfaction or money bek.
It seems a poor compliment to the quality of jnotherwords, VI.Talb must makeyou
the teachers to stress this. Obviously it is in the' feel full of vigour and *n.ruand years
interest of denominations to retain as much control younger, or you merely return thei
as possible, but it In unreasonable to claim authority mpty package and go.t your m5nS I
ovck. A p cial. double-stroasth bettis
on the one hand and disown responsibility on the of 418VI.Tab costs lttil andthe iar-
other. ate protects youT VI.Tsbe reetesI
It Is generally conceded, for example, that slum vigour and vitality.
clearance, praedial larceny, bawdy houses, hooligan-- --
ism, health and all such related problems are the
ultimate reiponslbllity of the state. These problems
in turn hinge very largely on education. Why, then, TF
should the state be saddled with responsibility for T I .
these. vet be proscribed the field of education as [
an arbitrary and unwarranted intrusion into the LIP b
sphere of religion? r,.


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lll week made two more daring
ofi i & rA 7rep1r1td1 that they had waited in r r o t e mlatn 4A' ill -,.--
tierslit Oe Sormr tha tee hrr s ogers A mItathry ehtd ) Cdr spinet, Dry CeIneP r M
aaner h i s,. to. ,queesI fovrnmoethnt thnee n oor ntJuhave a'ioilst the Ilalnds of Corfula. 14 HIGIH itTILEf.UITER
new d=ca.e o n Me t hey o hn about 40 miles from Slit, and 'HN I
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fo,1 7 f-oy I.. . n si g h tt hesexo d us frmi Y 4 6 6 Ya r s port ot rN IreIs RD on T ld
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otbrs' areaesoIs do tno. elv "- 0 c--0 ounde lsh were dwnpi tht the la nd foce th* fl the Aere thataeGrrd o i tlerman wrderIthat M* br N hit/. I Cr.r
ers wll of the railways to me to thought tht the re ilitely of the al Navy and the front has been relieve d of his con. W | iFire Inu c o
ste sna b aj Ie td ar s' sou aCO erp lraysi e cudase, siaha l u nd heri ind rAF. witte co atinc or coan e on A r the sM rti OD1 Fe n Srtnr o f ghtenind
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duless. a re rn nigol na"ik taao -ottrgt tu- RA.at e nm ntl mn eas f hs oncinec e iev y ou r u






prsdetanigfail wiklan" rasen Pnset.c nU-ottalt at Lu casualtie. On completion of Prisoers said rcglulnr arm' men IFender Repairing, Partc.-
= Indellrestedtr In nlfSithe wcanies., =_Hvr. their task, the forces withdrew were angered bt' Hitler's order that 3 0$nrl i carry your risks.
the orthd MTritnidad German report attributed to wIhsit io5. t e Nai alut" mst be used rather
hearaedaM nneetField Marshal Guenther von Kllue R.A.F. pilots, who watched than the army, salute. A highb let. Se the Seils OFDRTO
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a v b W stT o m ai a Third Army had joSined iut.- the Oermans were obviously f-nt that the lot to assalnit oo A : -id et
hrimsi h m ied n 14.an o, a e lfIsitd(htth4me a1te tro1%t3k ofua id Arrcn fier sid i as M~eS eli t .C..FED ER A TI ..N






thast HUat nst CamaiGeneral O mar Brtdley's First Army tak-n by urprile. In fct there Hitler was not confined to sn Motor cidenC provide h nece
lS hO In the fighting field sp:eading rae were not even chanenges as Oerman tir. A captured docu S IM' rA At-
wili extend over 0 WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 (CP-- Pidly' over northwest France. the Eritlsh artillery scored hits ment ,ilin'd by General Paul SLiMr A family, business and old
ant.il cd lmturnt y The Ds mocrUc Party s burden for Like the oft-replated Nail caitm on ain.unltion and upolles HI.* t.er. Connmand(r of the Ger- (Cortr Marryt and aM D l sl
Ib glven lo 1 %ll the presid t e lection probably that General George Patton is and knocked out gun noasl'tion m in Feventh Arnvw, w'ltch o0.1- I soree
eud l eday, Tr i .our e bei f gU O" passo r Truman, the immandin part of the American and trong troop concentratlos. ooseC the Americn t n lit orm'a teeti. L L |
I t teach all tht VC t-prs e ldnsll candidate. forces in the field, however, this -T-ce --0r----- . ,'revealed a grPat shortage of wpa. rSAN FERNANDO, iA LU M I
anbenoare staf u ,ly t- Prednt Roosa evelt haso an- report found noo. confirmation a m T s w r re test ,ed n th. em ,ar asrmv. Ti PleK1TRN
Sbut ibt will permit bounced that he wuil not campaign Trn n rt orer dei ared inhe sunpm arlmy The. I iii:itllH ll A n
master tlo itnake a politically as strict eury control S.H.A.E.F. *ond ertn tlso atd urgi d care wnl it.h --~d fitttikllltlfhi i------ (t ___osFO SLE
heb Pivk. of news of his movements would A n h i e ,ond month o1 the nno t L ivinf oosts AAsh. Dtrlict commil- make It Impossible. w in..on, clo.iing-CostsFURNITURE SALE -- . ..
t "sunday r a rk tr Allies were In tro t ap- Truck transportation tariffs aTt
g of the cub fre on Truman and his Senate In- roEimtely hal that sector north-ve o i
ICa ndLoireR Ovrs0and ide eeeciall Ib Galvanisedt Sheeting Mr E,.e Ra.,formerl y,
ovm dent was at ert-Tent Cmit te. ws t ea po race bonde thAei Oe d stischR accordsNn to Mr. Ian Pr ie LTOFL British NuiDna. who i leavig the ^|
pl"n wh 47 Kileed I U. i"f o Bou ne out.a s outh coa"tHeviesR M Ua deOnDalm"tia"Hitler'"N"z
ia per onld to h ro-ri toon ftas thsm rng.InLgt ^ d Ina Prc o. Tn rT ,
Chisiagtai eeast a tn the ham e Gol, ie, secretALray of iee TranRe ot C. an entandis y f h iT
Afritmtl.yrI fo a'V.mtany c t l 7 e e n th lerte m iany- ii head ll ne d homeland the urder ined w ll
cala n o n n rughlt half w ol m adeol two mo e ld I t I hold
rive.Guardian" reapresntativwaPrecioSraidcorrastsll all his wll-kept housh
,cd, r he sid. that ou e e that the pre chred local foou Ii sh eets, all lenthers has rie9i furni ture and effects b racetioC
any1 on ho Trin uasPn n NANTEd NEAR producer for trnporn g produce l obe ent, to p'a cet lo on the dale, tme and plce here-
gBI live thei services p Alo G An. r had naturally rebiu. ed in ncrea fot I n Port-of. paln aihnd 2l' dnafter mentioned -
S+,wnc ..row.. tor >" ~ ".+.*ia~d one a ..v. ,MI .h ,, +.t? .. < or n sadmegecyBor, hesi, hd.old ++n b .or, cra, e o(, n...ot I..,^ r n,+ ..<. ,o. oM.t, O
e th wrcs and w ab aeSt clear that therewi la v b ngth lbnu ad F R ito t A cale s port I no, cn ts perffo o t 2n canls E'rPHNE 1 Dai roo suite wce chairs
a missionary in no Japan Co rfutls rach. ^. re cI" T ARMY IN FRANCE, Aug. b>e" lextrathetl trains for holidayf' makersa d 'US"^ ;"^ '^pfbF;rO K LU U j A





this trainng: and (P)--At least 4 persons wer capital of Renne behind. tw t Mr. Goldie stated that he had aid 'obago, arccordinr to the aORrma
idea in view that killed, ia d 3g InJuredwhen a weit- Amesi can columns. i de t henh swiftly been Informed that in one instanc o schedule Issoted yesterday, effecive lin good condition) s utu table.
tart th ourse. boun d pal oenger train of the At- across the ae o the peninsula er had b aked to from tomorrow Bi r ntwood rocker and s a-L r
|K~~~~frwt~~~o o(tyuh^"0".lbue*A ." "a diln h tv uthe roa Nayi,ple and the -f Fire Insuwrere. onmp n wBhuildu; n





m rest to ot, he lntic oasli"w e Rlyoue d cr. shed were known to hav tak en r dt e rval a proAidce pe r eenti pab tht PrIic Increse f two rents I a- t able, 7-ibo ne PCr 194a nirdeln
W i d the snly se ction ito a freeih t ht in aai tnth ey du r igan m es t lofixed Io n the tarind. The Transport lie, allo to garlic, which wl be Radio, Mrror. CeRtre table ab t-
do which allowsi for Two pa onssens,? a wre demol.shcd the outh, and the Germans saids Etergency Board he said, had sold in b llgs or crates of not lerha Raak, Simuons 4' d akd
In ateres t ,,ad In d two others dma, on car they had cont atnutd e to 20 mles dec dwd that in cases where con. than l0b. m ast 1 t cr nt r obr Ib Suid Slumber King S&pring and Mat-l
te Noryboy. no slaFc wi onhl* that mucah more to gOn t.l vcU r lot had obeen toured the truck Port-of-Sa in nd elsewhere. andA trss; I Cypre Wardrobe with ir-R
E lass arraned AM wreck Is aid to have bei reach N' antesd .he.A i owner would ate debarred from e- umt 4 cant cer lb. sa e cid a al dl.-i or: 3-Winlg Bee lurea l Portablee R
4tlreut of the youth caused by broke rail. All t h By German idnljoi n, dth ceivitGe further tyre supplies ano t"'its td elsewhere. Gramophone with pick-tup; Din
eart. to come for- killed were labour C er mrBcan thrust lenthwistll o t s nr part. During the lat fe Le ntils in b of ot cled tbri l no Room Taalte nd Pour Bent-
Stheir services for -... rIthe eigula htid rehfel P on- weei thw e board, io i n tyre 60 ls nhalve drped fom t.at wo i Ch1ir; Ideu oard an, ine P OorL
eatig Fand TuefCuRlU A y.. onl, y milea s wrof theN tip, to truck oi n ad u di d son onadle cents and ppfr o1fntne lb. t I S Cwir orerot Machln. Oi 8toea
given fere I they w usi Policem en Fi ned '.ooblytoh at meeting tron that they conformed to the centstand 14 cents per lb. 3-burner), Hf Amte, TriOyile,
lyb e U w l son. in knowmm nding po ft heA rattes laia d dOW n in t he Truck asd eSinix cen twood Chairs, Meat ae,
to M uteshaltt vice-prresdnil canidte for cs in tefeld however, thi reeitlrleda res shortag of wra. ^ 1 SAN FR ANDO. Sp EncrJ i LU d. 6



-KIM n the Bras s Bowl, Rleem.vi Heater.* Th-e
g aF o ArA As saunlt t.s re pr h aio rtn f no co the terati Tyres Reltions. regulation t er -


o- r ssa.uz: ia-3- Aasd -- ^..^
.theanll ieioli7 hy i nr lnta t ..., ,.ao.. T trie 'an. Washstad, inger Se
butAtwh er r iA L ;un thathWillntapaM.ignawer Tr nsoetlleseohe Fund o ,1 1. .ga ..nd Mh ine, oe o
t hpe Bls Aouagu es--- r ci- o i perips wit hin titwn folon iowr conv t action a trnc d r Ivereer etrP cres ith-
i pr s on e wsofiA m Court instruc- distance o Nantes and po ubnY havetoft t w d construct otnCrockert. Clock, Kitchen Au?
as, t ll ero Ja tions, of ssulting snd bratf Stn N paliec betwe e0 miles o the eceived.n P hlace: OR Lewi Street. In
Mr. CDi Browne cordon ssabulel at the St. Jo .aepn west,. Mr. oldo e went on to Laly that s CoNT|NUEO IOO PAOE SI Fer do
Mr. deal e e ct Polceatilon sometime last year Advanllieng American infantry the unre tonasble pric s charged tim director c h of the fve 'me l tur ay, the 12th Au l Spencer J. Kirton, Ltd.,
.r th of Augt t in three policemen, TSert. Victor cleared the forest of St. s ever fonort rngs rtatlon of produce biggest members tU.O, B n, l St. 1 .44. .3 irt t p
s the guenst. of Piersire, ai e Cor tl John Bailey used by the o erman s giant forced the pruers to sell in the ohnv erms: Cah on thef
l Snnrlng ton, oft e and Constable Aldwit POrker, were munition dun p ant pushe sOuth black market as this was the on-R l h st n w i on Re, d o an te r i ha me r
ord ered to py fine and compen toward Champ de DaU as the reyayt acoud t ofne ectethe remn h
Belmont. stion telling 13 by Mr. H s t ras f rther gods with proft Poto thSem-memeATINbe unera systhe of h pO.p- R Atioane SA E
tra'Cordon In th e Tunapuna Police guard actions m ep.aersctdrai yotm oB Taoo AI non eer
BO4KilCourt yesterday. Ca wa taken and advalnce -e. th dth i uond. rp re o ofthe nWL
heOsaiD NOd. "that 'tro In twere in le MsnGrdl Gilbert. "a ..... tn tht und, t:o of te pter us.._ld ...
ta th p PL rrae agddclla nce or or Is nds altrtsrereun- forre Lai A d efec by
magt Pierr a nndNEAstpofducrsafo, racsnorti d directors' seats will be reserve c oThetproaertytin Main tcrhere
S goitet is ailey were each fined shn25 and 2 nc pt we pe c, S e ans1 Ea fo tin rco ll 2"
thetwearo, it w hAe hadONac. Aoi. egro, andegh Convent Fund r vtes of thet" t, or .na- obo, kownt
a instructions, w U ordered to (On the right of the Br.eh tla which he represYnts VtROYAL 0aOTELc t
,u f pay $18 tine aind $10 compenisa- advance, Pjuter re ortl the powvery nion thei bust ofer voto'e
tota er t th t .. a a At the close of lat cw ,s a. the sfor o weer n atio n p ushe bir oe 2k0 dote
a r rS bi trouble this moris g Joseph's Convent leehef F Pu0, every e100,000 of that nations iua- Dn you Have II? If net. Why Cofsiitin of freehold land hs; ln5
tard e tonth y secrtion irl nto ao fater ruHei FOrasAL e r knw. s ,r,,tohaa r keinu 'u pided 0 Py f,,rther ,energ,+4 a-rjllrptilon. Thgul the U.w. will cast .eal e Tihre mull be i a frOntage of 70 feet and a depth
m, HOUS Ercnweeml the Le Beny Bocade aictor, from tixled hcVindth one of f. 400 'epre at east 28 per cent cf the vot-. cauie. Let us explain hew of 10 feet, oonlanheg a two.
whice Boots fr n o gjo small groups ct German tanks sa enting poEeedny or d th 'e',As .A. In the Fund 'ain d 27 per crnt of thentoreybuildingmthes
actiue.artagd ing d3onyat m ir en d teied ttwaslessthanecon-thhee1 a t he6Fun d an dKC h ing Sprat -
odJauays Chattel House-No. 6 filtratlng in, half ai d~omn as at pelning natch between Trnitt.i', votes in the Bank,__storeyt builtdof bricks arnd th pe loo~r
to, anynbody. no rd heRet.wa *5 el$s0 hehid e wo her.F an'd' t res;I opre a cd t c e, witho. ,mo.r-o







Should contain Lodge Place, Sealed nuisance and as Howard Mar- a wordt of hed r,000 nm r. Bank will both be in the countryofwoodandroofedwithusingles
datos of imhyort hCash B C eeraspadm i ng Latest rat of contributions Is asd which si s the largest interest in by a system entire-ly different
come or- klledwere abouers. merianl .B lllth r p kn, n om Tbeadf et







h rn seval esa fo r s w n from the f lrnt t his ennnng says. sollows:-- thD i: gee the U.S.t-unleloss th l
ityNo._ anednam es it begin' to n l ok a6i the ser- Aiin y s#aohv droe s.12..s. U.W. faios to join. the aisu, Bf disease andgife
terhdreaiedPaddressed to anin e I s nig .ards Se o rnd tit .n a. Mr. d rS Both Institution will c:me lntz yes a ew gIp en l e. uilding sie at Mle d i
ingit ac'ur e Ph mein telsfmthew s rn0; A it Pul 0. pus o enitenc whaen countr'ies hvig IR t o of St. Andw, oba ,
Itfeel ~re they willy. the ublic Tist havig Its effectw @ e it ietnthadtth ic iy.cn orme d to per .cent .of the areed-on slub. NoU r i cyclee
L. *ePENCE, bard .to now heis t Osreans t$lai. dversmdl ino t 970: Ir. and Sirx. rOuiptions nave notfied the U.SI. ciMeafa h
ilp, ControlnBoard. Reed Haln e o- tlofn hag oter"thereeAoeru0:ts. trio Vam.,that thy have rad the plagn.e rSe
Ltd.. 11 FoIrnll ndo u4t.4F; T ime ,t perll. th Fund d wo Be Ir ill iP not beg"inn -,
a t h e sl and is r.nC or esp nd south wrticularly w ith thello foll o wint 2. Collevictiyd M iSy Jl c
Amisem nt Street, "Offeri 6 tir'lara M.. iii+ss inOoHIn hith land abOUt a Mile fr'Om
41_*tain.S~et makd "Ie One ofthme foal pi~nts o! Oer- J. acta" 5*;l J jt,,i oI 118 St.iu leln ujrcpe~ni have cesJ~edlt FTI ,ll."
ma .st ', Lodge Place." man resistance ao a beep in the i ti.. tIn Rec onttruct wIll badmitted on WONDERFUL,+
athmiddWle tof the A lled front ats u a a. ni cut e; Lman .i ete r ms to be agtree up ,rw Offers in writg to be made on
Nantes and lledA noaly wiraw at any SIENLE a,, or to lt A uums, 14,
tll~~l lll~~lll t ~a vetloretih yes h! !. ;i~Tli le had Utens ll7itis; IVictures, etc.,i etc.Xill







columnB annd there has been iL7o 'l aiss, ueoS.sway Itis received at B O.PCE4
by thre "HAles BoystrtiWb:c15 Lew~is INVtroo6 laneaeBn (..aM~
DUr ATIF.BoneGron B CbLUB tfteighti~ng We thst.tM.eets) entanto lsay t he ffc fthet Barnakd.~R








po7' l~l ice St ilat ea, dvacig meica tD.C. tih C, IU.S.A
ofuAugust Iu usebteGemass a ta.-----.- --- Argentina And Germany Dr. Gleofrerrebge.C., 8@@ Se Gbr0U..,
Iteuso Lneo'lJB THE BRITISH AND terodulto r eoiemty To Exchanse Nationtlf _ ft
rrI ALLIED MERCHAni l Meet At Gots. FaRm uO,,Cn, Fr.an ce).-.w,3.lhave
,rings o 7 ao sta l Porereblckmrke$astisws ny anetr a her hat mer.1 0y t In .W 0
Bflois Ixcellene n. the owar e atO woulocurd by the'othsr FORySeU0
BOAR NO.C courtW-yesterd.ay l. .. trops were In le Mearll Gilbert, t(~llllll~IntllheFn.t. io of the sei '
0M . ...Southand ou of Motain 434n f
to arenttaFam. buseralinestin 711.


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Mary's Get 44 Beating Johny Alkins Nets Three B.G'Sports
tPiarco: Wardlaw Scores 3 Goals As 0Casuals Loe 50 Tomorrow
C TA 1 51. wi 8th frto eoSpotin g Club made "milun meat' of the Casuals defaios In the
R e BH" Am. TAYA. w ith ad o"f "u bW etthe wot ufl St M 's X, fading them a 1-8 drub-c .losing halfof ye 's at l efage a o the muddy As soUon 9 Trinidad Cyclists Fai
STAYA. ndteague plaied atMlo Ystewy. ground front the gant sa, and with e-ntr-t ardJ ohnnn And 6-Runners To -
_Xr'S aifL, h d ear t- Alkins sMaMhig bhome three gatl, wored a a" triumph ovw the Compete
lhe ae Maroosa. The Trinidad reprentt
an hmr thospios p nners now in ritish Ouiana
thef rst of their h ouva S star fw ar. lnn up ig the e pacpt at the Britsout.
it^ ff the log" floging w" hl nns ille sa wigW
Inch of ft ground. I'Sisavea terh die i getsfl undrway
phug My oa (dLd not wu P ," 'J'" I Champil) os ip tomorrow and whMiteh at tse
eavy ra-sab heavy rain-- oma did not score. wa luely Thomas Oval. I ,f
Sp wirth pence, and --"- ,ibl, for his team's big #. fv-i t Darringto Balown. Barbadose
Scetefora A ptm ela *nd athlt i tory. wtCh R.sults, cycle champion now domiciled beft.a wl
A I l an ahlt pot8ToTgether with :3. A r c1 the thrl
gr ig a ste-rln'g ue me r oni, will gaet under way Sea the three combiebrilliantlyand holder e three me cord
le es n. scored th e o th er to m o rro w on th e C o uva W ,reatio n h _t h e "_ weigh th ro u n d in th e Isla nd. p io o f da ys g on e b y f- at y e ,ar-
ground to aid the cyclists and ath-c hance, wearing e down., .ch .mnbplane. This will
four goals scored were ex letes of this county prei pae .t.nc. h ete nda c included on WedneYda e nn di Be n an t to co Ue
p.rttyto watch andl i rnis paortsa in the W -andpler, was at full ack for Casuals at the.roo VictoriaB IfttUteO
st bian t r The e will pan was t rflldiant at tim eos,ou w ", Dc, Vetll n Dr sturm ony, whau i t w ill be Barlowe's
inetwhirdOfale. .DeVr. island FDr. te ndfour h els.h wp h
her fasat uta'brilliant comt- The p arogramme will eontsit of Pr. Jaffie Knowles d a played oundre ame n' the leader inthNo. te eotphels, who swept the It
it lWaiated Ucntilthey had a4items, with flat events rannggme at g entire half, but they faded heat. while Dr. PA G. Fnes and board t the recent T.A.A.C. Inter-eo

backs wh wer giv- "f ront l yards to oe mlber, At JLaIe ~ JU^ X Keprwitgorbc n thi S^1" "1"'w url.o rnddwl etel -
the back wo were giv- from n00 y ards to one mhe, while i e closing stages, and with E. J. Bedell are In the foremost p colonial sports meeting In May
Gonsalves, the St. Mary's the cycle raes will be over half. Rodrlgties playing rings around tions in *o. I heat. among intermediate e clists, will be
no real pri tecton, thenonethree andve-mile distances., them, and Johnny Alkid, is ply- Orn e ne r ro"d remains to close riding with Mickey Fernandez. the 1
-placed shots completely There will be two high hurdle Ing fine shooting for-, ponl the contest, but before this ls Trinidad champion, O'Connor,
ree fb tralvyatectnIne then soone, tohnre anod rmveSil diarntc Ing
of his reaches, roes for boys under 14 ears; long Club's gois came at regular inter- played, l oitstanding games will Chmn", Rogers, Etienne. Brooks, M
champions carried play to jump sod relay. er JO]NNY A .KINS 91-41. have to be concluded on Wednes- and Barlowe in an effort to cop sm
op cponents In the early oThe eting will be held under ports' defence was always mound day honours from th B.O. n topnotchers. I
and were frquen the joint paronage of Mr. J. A. Dopson..,. Tench and H. Day Players abhent will lose their In the "B" class event-, Brooks Alaowsa
a nt wthe defence lines. Max de Verteuil, Wardell. County eing outstanding, while goes-.arnecby default unless the mai-land Glasgow will be batlirg with
-winger Cain booted fine f Caronl;; M t H Glbert, At-Lanesa entcmmitteeancton thetheMudlanders' aces, while Gregory

M tode~r~tm ~ of C.a r'Toni;her. W. H.Glbeprt, Awt-n keepHAO, uistl erteN. whlou back Itp on l Murell of Triida will be- t~resetqater-
U to V al, and from one of his torney, Caroni Ltd; the Hon'ble team, did whatever he had to do mnroement. Murrell, of Trinidad will be treat-
S .adfromn of hiSarran Tee:ucksngh, Mrw. ly er C.urbi n An.1 s17 la o rtsuh tted hs eoMi egIsort fws will th e o fu
VAMlls shot a hard one- Merry, Business Manager, Experan-
a onsalvshotuahard one- 5.3 u 3-2 1ar'FFNroE BstLUNE. last resulted $asfollovm':
za Estate: Mr. L. Gordon, m-. Kenkrut defeated A. Lyo. Trinidad reprcsentatie in th.
thebar fro aaCe, C t d c NnandDr.d d"' w'ia t irs ta f sprints; he has been carrying all
"It was about 10 minutes of play gistrate, County of cr and Dr.a us defense N. arlbad drew with J. S.
from right-winger Thomp- i n, Dr. C., F. Rostant and S as l oinrder an.l goes to the credit of -xlea nh l asyhis Trinidad rival McD.
's centre which the backs fail- DSCHOOL SPORTS Lw Roy Seon. tte last opnosinq player E. W. Dei Verteull de W sated nd oe
to clear from the area, WOR rd-T th s so--s SA who touched the ball, hut it was de Abdot f Rab.a. plenid times In the sprints
eat o tha arrd -wTwo other school sports s meeting SAb FErl NANO, August -- Vertetiul. who kicked it past, goal- Dr. A. G Fncis defea P. Wilson. present quarter
Sto score a well-pilaced shot. ca will a!'so take place tomorrow. tory oveiCathoic oUths eon in his b d for a goal kicked Dr..T. .. Sturm defeated . cord for tlhs distance of 4ne-5
Ti ants fought back oUtthear Blue riband event of the Arouca .A.F.A. i st league classic played t i ball too far ahead. and in an martin. sees at the intercolnal snorts in
r reo er sports will be at walking race fro at Skinner Park tis ateinuola. ttempt to clear, de Verteull kicked iell defeated AyoubMay, will be measuring strides with



m^^ he~ ~ ~butthis w The proeed wilg t i the slerK tages, c..yo temcmA~H penalt awar. **pvr1 Beaso ufeencium- -- --
S forwards made a movt e San Juan to Arouea, opened to Lanes led 1--0 at thie interval thi b all into his own oosl. Sr.h"e. the B.O. a,, W Carter and his
il to their first goal but this amateur athletes of East St.s ald advanced the lead to 3--1, it Srortins Club strrt-d th-r oal- qr,, L. r obsham defeated R. Ro- old Trinidad rival Felix Harding.
S irdl shot oud. George. the second halh, but In the closln scorIn,, in thp. second half with mai n. Hall will alo be a contestant e
IeWardlaw shot outside. The proceeds will tod the stages, theC.Y.O. team c me wth penAlty award. Dr. A. .'a Nneis won his ad- th-o 440 end 880 yards events.
ndliately otllowingo %this, school funds, and will conclude drive, ad got ad gcai, but failed Tn a scrimmage, lv Journed game from A. Lyons. Wilfred Tull, f Police,a ruling the
lr lves brought off a fine saveb .rI ith a dan\e S mA r afa n e r led n toward ,"Im, and 2s the ball "an-rntn 880 yards and mile races, will be
h held firmly a bullet from The pupils of the various schoo! The Clari;ow brohe's on t left we ,o vn o er e ne d Vertel nn ing thee distances wi th Herd
m n's run through. have trained seriously f or the grand ido of l L th lne rck displayed n- lle o wi th his han.d. -re Am atug. Hull B r nand Wilson and other
S had an opportunity which i a nter-school sports sponsored b o brilliant orm, C. Charles neLtted ereI ricto" lehr-,n wrn me atefu for th re Oval track tomorrow.n th'
s red tho ch sin a le the teachers of th e district under one l o, tea Il noal, P- cpe ep *ltv. Nohert our Sport-m one erald olasgow, prominent
Town rantroh e bck, ad the patronage of Mr. Cyril La Croix and Pitt, the other two, while ,.lne., to ( the kick and Pdsportsmanwld lalaso be w inattend-
Vid g folkeeper Town nonplussed, which comes off on Discovery Parris agedd home both goals for. m d" no ,i. stke. an wi a lso b
Mondt ttryinRver&cornerC aO.nce at the sports.
b. pushfor thebeloue of thie. Monday at. the River ate s CYO, At' "-.,s ,lq never I"- Because of unforeseen circum.-..
St.' he pushed the ball outlde ground. Edcde Pro-ope s.--ashed home th O l r ict,,de..Tnnnv Afly-.-' remeA stances it wls not possible to W.I. CRICKET IN ENGLAND
ts r.c, and efrom t Lacuin' o-r- lone first-h, i goal or Lanes. n.- I. third ;a. IV-i. robbd stage the local amateur boxing The West Indls enjoy Dominion|
cntrae, this tima e centre-forward EQUAL-SER X Wi rren. th Ca"sls nll. s- tournament at the Merchant Navy status In cricket, a B.B.C. broadcast
pusre, thindt nre-orwded' AfterCe interval, CY0. got the c -'p. wb. ra"out. and nettd Club last evening. The contests heard last night stated, when
off t he uprights. Golf ore nAid equaiscr, Parrts re giving a good il l o, -oal. l8will now take place on the fol- announcing that Learle N. Con-
Wardlaw scored the second goal n fro alocandntting with F--., I fltla.e, .rte, lfev' i- t lowin. Saturday, August 12. 19 stantine, famous Trinidad cricketer,
eStforelemon time, by drib-a i a we )[ place sh ,, 04". ,. 26. The Board of Management now in Wigland, played at im ltord
,past the backs adnetting.BL however, went Into the it ne- XR'"-rPn. fl ---e the l,--th wishes to apologise to contestants yest-rday.
At the reuption, the Sait lead when left-winger C iarlow wh on fl-- l' nd supporters for the incon- This same broadcast also stated
pnIae I exceedinf-ly -ell throuhout.porters"oforbntthel barh'i
made a slight change, br intgi - h J |t o et intho e throughout,- .aht Ftr A a-ti fhear venience caused them and shall that Constantine and C. B. Clark
back Clarke to the back line a Mi nee o toa thu -r h e olf trne to'be hd atloal f (b u r u t lords Tud.
y~ae o fl i oiin i.hrp- 1,.-r to "4*orm I h. 'hit t,-,h' support on the above dates. iIl
l lf l e s o f l l h s p s i t i n t. ^ n a e w 's C r *l f C l u b C 'O ~r s e a t I L a n e s t o o k c h a r g .e o f t h e g a m e n , # o t 0 w .' G NP R'
at. Marv's came back in thi: M araval. in aid of St. Dunstan's 1t thiS sta.ie, and pressed t i oh" np- t'.tfl h o tnt A...tou a e ok a e ttp o te b dt
s e s i n w ith it g r a n d fi g h t, b u fa l ~ ed T e t u n y r h : u e A tr th ise t a -, T h pey s s:e d th e ir to p +r. r T ,,'. _. _, us neu-'
W ~to~sc the fleet. T e tu, .. ..ish-A ld fa oett4 T ev s;re hi tidG E A P I
tfr-Bsto th e Fle et, a d C rk ttw days, yesterday and Mondav w!'-I Eric Pitt, who wis in coil, r r, .' 1'
Both Wekesand Clarket at bout now will be decided ot tile 18-o l't his citad jel to pl V- at. inside ,--. T `,TeAbra
centre-half were ooing methodical holes t u! be lotsted on Monday. r iht ot h ll thay the co"A t.i ,si .|...l.B| A.e -hue


'Tct Banw mae holemiuU sAN toA UE bes co tete on Mo d y I *.Ig l (lt PiF.- 300Mod ird P nlcus polr ilI V / U A yv il ~ o t a
41strlbution but theirr forward- Alt entrants are askedtohe, e r ,,a f.hl, the J. Aildns, A. Rodrigues, A, Teelh acid
saw great d lculty Mn penetrating .this, asind that a tolo I e e n a t aud strtnt.- Ccetylealacinw a4. idi
n will be jetted P A C a C Hll- l, o l' A for
tht'sbacs.tietstarting time will bVA a iddforLthe sure and
Met's backs. the same as that previously pub- ... riade a rand hidn th- r c w n" . yv ', t vsped reie o
the- .,Ynn-- 2. pen,,- .T. speedy relief of
The Airmen wingers were giving ll-sheda 3 th p-final stare, and I Parri-bdns rammed r .. ( I d-1W Vgfineep.ss esa-. headache,



Ujpliner golie passes, andl from a, '-lPc.'d.ndr^ Er"""~""l~i~i~llllliillrllllli i ^ ^u^^ "", h gm g-s^ ^
hrom Cain, ble puastnd a W- .... home naother goal. 0 ,'-. P Rochford, F. Waller, h rache, umatism-
U ft to head, nbut With the score 3-2, classic foot- Vic. Stol~meyer. ache,


*alnh anfrnr to rol.rct Ke"" "lt S beat him to It. All Was exhihitd, but there was
Wemrdlaw bulletted a shot. ods Red C ossG me1tliO. further scori:.ar... ALL FOURS TODAYi.
W ra et a s ot yards. Soccr Marachne refereed the match The poKerful Sosilers A Foursteit! l
f ..n the goal, bu t cam e bac .kA FT for IUwh t.a.
for Princes own.TodaynomanvPenal today tof engagen thetimem
Princsthinrdaywithoia beautifeullyt,'5 Club of Chaguanasawill j~urnev
k kick. Sunday Guardian Correspondent r 1," 1A. p t: t;s'H l hynman, Penal today to engage the cor-



theu thand wthe Iancut baullt.\iful~lnp Crio t)s-'inv ha S ditin ''-fS"",od. bined Penal^ah clbs Spoilersl wil In-.sl .Ri-1CrS ~lrO C) thbt^oM. d N.^ o i ^
"-e Saints made a last-minutr S.ANOREG RANDE ,Aug -A bined Penal clubs, Spoilers will In- 'GENOZO' Tooth Paste
raiM and created s scrimmage cricket, match of intercolonial in-I t. F e'; Moore-. Alle,,n-,. clude both Emil Kassis arid St. (944. Tmde*Mwt) @mad
The sphere was be ing drivtiti i aid of te Red c os'rspe in: Charlow and HillLewis. unbeaten chaI f white, healthy teeth. The spe
across the goal, but the forw ltr i n ci l ap e lit. ivSi rlonf I und between ( 'T- ... the county o C aroni. "ch b of f wt, alehulsion. Tnened ia
failed t ro hot o oto tile nets a111' Of tile Colo tv'a ls adti ii L' "' PI A IA 'oPlBi m e 7. s ea ] V Abacteriale ,ulsion contained
Inner-ri.ght Beeson scored th Indian players an4 i a team coni- h .. h, : P ravlnt, N, ilot ,. W leedin mnS. ore mouth. or t t
pr Way me~~~l an that you are a victim of Pyolrhes nl eoo teghn
lat goal. h e beat hIs waen pr -ing players from Grenada.A t. -1n:Ti ro 1 T r ,anta- I.r th'5'" n p F u yu
through and dribbled t t rdu wl ii nt dndJ.niyf ot furi thath an veto w ear
o p is ,, .. .ha ttered; P lac e a t th e DM a r la y 'sJ O v a lp oaw egrcgal .. . R e e r ve, - .Il . . .. . i a l th b for yo ur ti nc e ethe set fe coron ,
salve& whohrane lorwardr tutaecOrande S l today. i o t s spread
the sphere off his feetd bt Becttheroughout theworldstt n cetuta
.th .. sp ereo hs f et.hot le 'te tollowig wIl l represent Ea, st A DerrMestnt |tfuMt .,. of .v,, ,o pRa, a reo
son flicked i a t in all p dgoalSo I ce M atch /A t. s ., ( h auers oonertor later, Bwan. Ia tmeor
It was gn nd traintwotk that and treat the"ediseases before isli too late.


^ ^e iupipe t ( ,dal '1%.llaBh~ ..... ^^r.S. 1 ..... k,.. o hel^o
ve the Fleet victory oer h N Asgaralli, S All, S lo orro BS becausethey often cause not only the le
it. a te ie e Nlaniathr s deh. BR In. restT r a B o teeth, but also ache& and pihs and Iia-
f the visitors, backs onl checkingI Yac. ob Khanr Aoof Khan, A' rIlndln Sevak Sangh, a newly Loa n tt NOW n.oan



tha~n adte .. loarkeJWolese bli' nain Cap S L oto. K h enthilsntt.3p,..;, et**h .Mew Tre ouaih een --l^
the Airm"enforwards. Kltsn, S ,odhioo. R Ran'her-o.rie.d club of Fyzauad under I with Springs to MatCh 'olpanoYour Teolh
osaes brough hf soe fe r, aiN li 1ton. t aie cy of M.e. Sgewicarran 9 T_ Amoan ilhtils these troubles In a new and
aves and also went down trying .. iBhola i'A i pOt Uley to F'orest Re .- ...RulBk way. IPtptenetrates rig Bt to the trouble,
to save his side even when all ___serve Icek t.moirow s- bleeding of gums, overcomesB the more- pTOPUs iN'.
a Wlsse end Cln .. rv tomorrow toengae the Kopox, FibreMattressesIcs of your mouth and helpsNature tightea
hop were shattered. powerful Forest Reserve ootball' .tits.teth. The following letter fro Mr.. w. the safe internal antiseptic
Outanding p.lay.erswere: J. SKINKEN Sc ll i C b.e a friendly game ofatoccer. a and Feather Pillows W.B. shows the results that Amun uders
n pes Ddg will -represent I it:"ufferdfrom torrhe for ten years. recommended by doctors for
SWeekes Diffenthaller I BROKEN he fllowng B rrn t Also New D s oeabledingandseve ra
Claand Woodley of St. Mary' -s. Hindustan Sevai Sangh ood. er ll ie over 25 years in all caof
whllq the Fleet's line-up displayed 9kths o ram Rambhan, 'yzie Khan, Re- then heard .- t ,w backache, cystitis,
-tbl- I nald Maoo. Siewkarran Bola treatment AmsS. horat y s fthr uling
?p Wapt.* MOmr, |.R,. -Tn" I-Amosanmy re Stoped blbedtng. "he1. smarting or
M. H fBootbal. ef eiCaptre Kudh eambhajan, Phteer-r Morris Suites no"in my mouth was overcome and I found ,,."--
g.ame Bd t hi han, e rOno 0Kunji, Persad that my loos teeth were much tighter and umcy.
game. v I Khalu B a I that I could ehew my food without pain."
Following were the teams- B. hlu rbhajan, Isiah X 1Sc jems
... .., .I ,P"A.- ,0Mungal and Rampersad Kunial. Aea"w a r anhd
S '- ....a.... "Reserves:A. Madarbocus1 .gIunn thatitormusteee a ndeio l
Rousseau. R. Weeks; R, Diffen- ..rinidad SuppthataItnd looveln Oela If
thaller, H. Clarke. J. Woodley; The13 ad wll t mouth and lp nu tighten
Lou, Waneburh, E. Joseph,i aThemtchwill start at 4.30 p.m. your teeth, nd styo you oo te eattafac-
and all players are requested to beStores, Mion or yeur monay back en return ot
IIempty package, lake si prfaution algainnobainable/VO
oniltime so that the game will start 0"" ln and p teas of teeth. You ss local,.a/iwst dwu#is ,
St rAI ew r: ARM -T ow e,; M -Punctually. tC ~ l. C i RLOITI SXREET I lk oth~l lbt it0 d t A tro- your s mev .toso W . Ross a co.. 21. pr edoric b
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Mi Utchell; Thompson, Dee- COI.TSq SOCCERl TEAM[ -- m u aareomeastfad.i
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d waki race from San Fernando to Port-ot-Span.
: eiplo walker wil take place today.
eloer scoe.-- -------
th Carlton Beat

Uoq*1 aYrof Commandos 2-1
e a B. Bawy Guarda Ciarn*mpnent
L Warner, T, SAN B ERNANDO. Aug. S.-Due
.na, o Amno to some fine display In goal by
to attck th Commandos' W. Percy "Mutt,"'
9 w .Niles J Carlton were able to gain only a
ae ndj T. Nicho- 2-1 decision over the lowly rated
Commandos outfit, when they met
-has ignored the In an SA.FP.A. first leaguer al
-' "that he will be Skinner's Park here on Thursday
ours Ocmmandos, playing exception.
be represented by ally well, gave their opponents
Tobagobv T f some real hair-raising moments Ir
all .the Police the opening half, when their for.
pHall. zz
,ad .,a Ouichard, wards, making an all-out attempt
,s .-v- L/cpl .lake eluded the Carlton's defenders am
D .v .Sports Club cored late In the first session.
_T. PO1 .... After intermission Carlton, shuf.
.-f the race will be fling their forward line, begar
of h ee making some savage attacks, ant
Donald Thomas. ppu- get the equaliser soon after, whet
So l the city, has lent cent-re-forward Besson scored
B his van to be used with a header. Carlton went to thi
t ambulance. Thi "'e kill again and took the lead whei
"d to breast the Besson, the spearhead of their at
S.m. There will be tack, got a long-range ground
.four lap prize away from "Mutt." The boys in
*" ors' prize blue had things their cwn way. bu
i-g failed to score again. V. Rudde
'*'* scored for the losers. Mr. V. NOe
r o lht refereed, while Mr. W. AlleYn-
erToF hand Mr. G. Baker ran lines.
Brathwait The teams:
Brath aidte CARLTON: F. Thompson: I
Sales, D. Thompson. A. St. George
0tr, who made a orll- T. Haynes, Brathwaite, C. Roberts
ISeack. serving an im- C. Douglln, C. Besscn, A. Popple
Vtf9n over the welter- well, W. Clarke.
oer, Louis Barradas, COMMANDOS--W. Percy, H
th P.C. Gunner Brath- Phillips, M. Ali, E. Walters, H
S the six-round main Balladin, F. Jones, R. Phillilps, V
amateur tourney to be Pudder, 1'. Hubalh, J. Gonzales, 0
SPrince's Building on Lumping.


Aquatic Sports
Meet Tomorrow
An aquatic sports meetlni wi
be heid a, the Perseverance Clu
swimming pool on Monday morn
ing, starting at 10 o'clock.
There will be a 15-itemn pro
gramme, with open events, race
for girls, boys, and two special
races for old men and old ladies.
Sprint events feature the prc
gramme, while there will be rela
races, lime and spoon, under watt
swimming.
The 100-yards race open is thi
star event and the diving compel
tuition Is creating much interest.


Wrestling Bouts
Carded August 30
Ll.?wlyn John will clash with C
Bones in one of the wrestling
bouts carded on a variety pro
gramme to be staged by thl
B.O.B. Club at the Prince's Buiid
ing on Wednesday, August 30.
In another bout on this sam
card, Quamina will oppose Oeori
Dalrymple.
There will also be acrobat
displays, body beautiful all
muscle control 'contets.


U a clever Barbados
Sdomiciled here, who
ern ace. Baptiste.
jn left hook In the
00"Otuled four-rounder
amin bout southpaw
will have a return
l-Orphanage terror C.
lt lightweight title
.attempt to regain this
Presented by Hamfui
proceeds will go to-
I. Joseph Convent
ti young battler of the
M u'.ered a narrow
o Tom Hope, of the
Will clash with him
O'Brlen's second defeat
e career. the, first being
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SRamao, who was ill.
4je battle.
S be going all out to
h for this defeat when
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bout will feature the
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Oreenldge.
m the card;-
. P Francl..
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Ow vs Gunner Brath-
- L/Bdr. Hope.
Up" vs 8. Greenidge
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Commercial, School Certificate, and
Degree Results
1 Degree (A.C.I.)
I School Certificate
M0 Commercial Certificates, including
3 Typewriting Honours
2 Bookkeeping Honours
11 First-claMs certificates
22 Shorthand Speed Certiflcates (80 w.p.m,.)
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the A.C.I. Diploma from the Institute of Commerce, England.
Other passes are as follows
Shorthand
SEED OF 5 W.P.M.: Hendren Ramcharanaingh, Balkaran Nanan,
RAiroop Kalloo, Boyaie Bedasie, Onsman Atamcharan.
Mohammed Khan, Thomam Juman, Sookram Ramlal, Victor B.
Bartley.Baloop Jahrie, Harold Smith, Ivan Mohan, Deonauth.
Mahj, Cyril Panalal, Conrad Lewis, Ramdeo Singh, Brljlal
ro, 'Miss Sybila Hewitt, Miss Veronita Webb, Miss Bar-
bara lola Cooper, Miss Muriel Thompson, Miss Mary Neverson
SENIOR THEORYt Ramroop Kalloo, Ramdeo Singh, BriJlal Baboolal"
Lutchman Persad, Conrad Lewis, Raimkitmoon Nanan, Oarfield
A. Rsmkelawan,. Xamjattan JagWal, Ramlakhan Boodeo, Ivan
Mohan, Balroop Jahorte, Mohammed Khan, Jalram Jagdeo,
Esbet Aile, Denauth R. Maharj, Mi eanors Baptist,
30as Sybil Hewitt.
JUIOR 1 el Oy Hicklicng Salasr, Lulchan Ransaran, Mohammed
Hoseimn esbert Agullera, Ran*Mkiaoo Nann, David Jtnimdar,
Cyril Ruakin Karmody, Claudius Wilams, R. Persead, Lalehan
A. Ramkelawan George Padmiore, lonny Balroop, Cyril
Pan"ls, Conrad Lewis, am Sankar, Mlchael Riamcharan,
Sonnylal Bhagerath Singh, Ria.nlkar Ramdans Irvan Bar-
tholomew. Clement James, Bbagwaningh Rambarran MIns
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FIRT-CLAS.: Ramdeo Singh. Sookram Ramlal, Thomas Juman.,
Ivan Mohan, Balroop Jahorle, Mohammed Khan, Mis Mary
NaomiM Neverson.
Bookkeeping
ONOfUI: tIlMs Mary Neveron, Min lanora Bap.stv.
mATUT-lASS: Ramdeo Singh. 8, okram Wula, Wiston Chil.
MIN mr a olvO n ope. MAfea Quma Ch .
MATRIcLATION AND COMUM0C1AL DGXRlM
ma a feow yam now we have been trains for the coa mereis
degee. of t t Isutute of _oIo merce and have pafsu amne rdIu-
|ate fe the ,. andU the F.01. derees., Last year, in addUIU, we
tw u meow tstms i to the London Univernity derWm: we seeud
moe LdmMaetnMMsnt, ss weryl I. Ollash, who Is this year wrtto
the aWer. Baoedr o1f0em eroe e amlnittim of the Univeittr Oa
Lm41m; etrin M af eum of preparStM.
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SWORTHING, BARBADOS.
S Downstairs: Closed gallery.
Sroomn.' large Dining room, 2a small
Buttery, and kitchen.
S Upstairs : 6 Bedrooms, eat
M sanitary conveanilencas.
In Yard : 3 3ervants' roan
Electric, gas and Governmei
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Siownemarie has endearingly charm .
I .. clem hasel eye ... a halo '
of shining old.-brown hair...
and a tos-ike eompleaxio i
Like other lovely engaged '
girls, all over the world, Rose-
marie commts ean POd' silky-
I 1 Cold Cim beJp keep
her skim romantically wee
and fresh
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fully refreshdinr to smooth that
aice roo4el Me over my fee.
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City Walking Race Today



Week's Game Horses Leave For Barbados

In T.A.F.A Races Starting Tomorrow
In A~RA W--.v
'- --After considerate delay, Sugar Lady, Sam Lord. War Lord.
Male And Colts Colleen. Lineed. Son O lnMme. Tom, Gleneagle. High Hat and Irish
Byes salkd for Barbados, where they have all taken entry at the
Clash In Leaguer three-day meeting carded to et tUnderway tomorrow.
From information received Joc-----
Tomorrow key Holder will pilot Gleeagllel
High Hat and Irish re. w |TJh.,1II,,
Maple and Colts will start this are due to return for our big PDe- U II n I I "
week's TA.P.A. schedule tomorrow member fixture. ^ v -a v ,-W *
afternoon when they come to pipe Because of the recurrence of the o 1
on the Associltion ground in front leg allment which was reaponsible II C 4 n 3.
Sof the stand in a first leaguer, for her being a non-starter on the! V S Two second class matches and third and fourth days of our recent The conquering Indian Club
an intermediate affair will also be meeting, Linseed is not expected table tennis quintet defeated the
contested tomorrow, to fulfil her engagements at home. Cravens squad in a friendly ping-
Pcllowing are the matches for Tom, who ha been leased from pong series played at the Inda
t the week: Mr. Steve Bennett, will rry the Club on Thursday night.
S The following will represent colours ofDr Sydney Ammon. Chieffeature o the night wuas
V. Preston 2nd X1 tomorrow: Ne from a friend of mine atl clash which
C. Iflll; V. Daniel, K. Oxley; H Barbados roteveals thatuR thA l erte v which ipro-
LlWoodroffe, R. H. Gittena iCapt), S every possiltyoyun Pat Flet-vddmaytrls
Bisho S. Reynolds R. Weeks, .cher making his debut at this Al came from 12-1 in the first
Luclen, .i Re Mauge e meeting-probably on handicap e nd 16-20 in the second to
FIRST Lucien, V. N lle, R. Maue t his opponent Convincingly
Moda FIR.T I s The youngster, who I 17 er. Trhe Indian player also treated the
Mondy 7:--MapIl v Cl RMfr.e M aRee:. sca. e only 12t, andl re. spectators to some accurate slam-
MoHl. Burnett. Linesmen: Mr. H. R -. Y. =vIrao-,--
Murra nd M Jardine. pute to have a lovely seat and is ing.
n Wednesday :--Notre Dame v. Calls so keen and polite about his work Other winners for Indlai Club
Referee: Mr. Riehrlrd Govi. Lines. that he has become quite a favou- were P. Rampersaud and dimlnu-
mln. Mr. N. Kil our and Mr. B. rite among Barbados owners and tive D. Ramkeesoon. while the
Halthlde.
i Thurmday io:-Q.R.C. v Shamrock. Rot- trainers. Pantin brotiers, Redman and W V-
e ara: Mr, Ken Laughlin. Linesmen: Should the lad be given the op- fred. turned in Cravens- win&.
S Mr. Hope Pou"chlet and Mr. a. del'tlra portunity of donning silks, "Ob- The scores follow with the In-
M Saturday 12: Maple %. Sporting Club
t- Referee: Mr. Almando. Linen. server" Joins in wishing him the dia Club's players first mentioned:
men: Mr. O. deMatioe and Mr. N. very bent of luck. D. Rarnkeesooli beat F. Town-
S Laurayne. WINNING OWNERS send 21-13, 21-16.
n -Fleet Air Arm v. Shamrock iPiargo). ($14" and onvr) Y. All wo from R. Renwick
it Referee: Major Mervyn Grell. No. of a n Rces 2w
Horse Won Amount 3-21, 22-20.
er INTERMEDIATE r.. X ;itten.. 3 3 $6,379.%S C. Y. Khan lost to H. Pantin.
el Monday: -Fleet Air Arm '. Q.R.C. (P. C. L. Trestrtil ... 3 4.40904 20-22, 21-18, 13-21.
S arcop. Referee from Piarco. A. C O'Dowd .. 2 2 P. Rampersaud defeated C. -ve-
Tuesday:--Coll v. Casuals. Referee: Mr. Dr. J dlsnne. 2 S 3B.4 P Rampersaud defeated C. -ve-
Rua.ell Govla 2nd Class ground. M Amoroo.Centeno 1 2 3,5 lack, 2220, 21 21-1
-portinsClib hamrok Referee: Mrs M. Marelln 3 2 ,405is.O M. Ibrahim lost to W. Pantin,
r. P. Burke (New ground). A. Boyak .. 1 2 2,359.3. 25-27, 19-21.
SFriday: -Nore Drame v Fleet Air Arm Mrs R ta Scott. 2 1 2,334,35-27 19-21.
Referee: Mr. Otto Raymonid 2no. R ldard 2.305.I Exhibituion games:-W. Pantin
Class ground). r w Huggins 1 2 2.226 Sfs laced H. Akal 21-15 21-13
e- -Maple v. St. Mari'a. Referee: Mr. Hon. G de Nobrig 1 2 171. 9l4 R. Ramperalud1beatH.
Errl eae. ~e 8s~ud, '. B ~ii s5 18 R.321 'esaud beat H. Pantin
Errol Yestes w%, fJ^r nd, A.B.'- 1- .. .R31 1833
SSoMCOND DIVISiON H Mohammed 1 I S 4S 33 21-17. 19-21. 21-16,
Monday:- Ouardian" v. Preslon Ref- | Herrer 1 1 ,73393 -
e r:.. Herrera 1 .I755.9h
eree: Mr J. Rodrigue. ]2nd Class K D KElwrd .. 1 1 1.634 76
-Btnbowv Invlnefible. Referee: Mr. A. WINNINM TRAIN ICRlS
rot 'in t. C'r erere I$2400"andCover)ks To Play
V. Waddell Wodnesday:--Indian v winir. rTeferee ($2,400 and over)
Mr. Carlton John ,2nd Class ground No. of Races to ler 'u s a
--Malvern v. Wood'orui Referee Mr Horses Won Amonti1
R. V MIntosh Clark Thursidav: -Providence v%. '" iit 'dlan J. Htrrern ............ 4 4 8.244. 4
Rlfe oe: Mr. John Yeatesl i2nd Class .1 Marvelle ............. 2 4,*434.01 The all-powerful Strollers tablr
around). e. F. Murray ...... 2 2 4.255.4t tennis five will be "at, home' tc
-Prestn v Inlicilhte Referee: Mr., J H de Ganne .. 2 2 4.12.124 he redoubtable Chetniks in a ablc
Harold Achong iNew ground i. MP.. Amoroso-Centeno 1 2 3.S 0 reoua Clienik n a a
aoA.nan e w Arun Arrlndell ..... 3 2 3,10.417 tennllis toll'llm ellt on iTuesdlt", Fi
The irreice Tranaisort "ill ien ri tie D. 'ampel ....6. 2 2.598.0oi the St. John's Hall, San Juan, at
Graild ltnd at 4 p m. on M nil)i ot al: Goellnlcht ...... 7 2 2. '8.0 8 p. I .
1 Saturday. W"'INNING HORSES By virtue cf their 13 straight
Jb ______ ... ..___- ($2,000} and oseri
b $20 War t$,rrd 904 W in6S, Strollers are favoured vic-
dets .. ......................... 6.. 3.s.' o tors, while the stai Chetniks' out-
No xrthern s e au R T.fl a.2.................... .. . fit ill depend on the all-round
Northern League erlgle2........... i....... 9..... display of heir players ta sitch
h eappy ..... ....................2.. ,4 ......2 V o i yt
al Matches to be played thls week Prima onna ........... 2.'S2'09 Victory.
I n Whitstale.. ...................... ...2.47 1.90 Ping-pong fs; will now wondcers
in the Northern League competition unm .orl............ ...2,4.71 ,towhose winning streak will he'
._sr. as.follows.-- rw.n........................ "4 a.
0- FIRST DIVISIONll 'oitAlre... ...................2:244 .5 brLken and a keen tusql^ is olnti-
Wed, Bradford vs Dauntless. Re- M""e" ^ e .. .. 2,226.90 cipaled.
S*Wed.BradfordvIs Dauntless, Re- U NING JOCKEYS Chetnik.s will play Majid Tbra-
feree. Mr. Geo. Cumberbatch. No. ofh h t
le Friday, Eagles vs Crescent. Referee Nam,. Ridesst 2nd 3rd l Cap ,P ud R '
Mr. 0. Burke. Hnirri. . .......... 24 7 4 5 Noble ,arkar, Hamlyn Akal ano
P aSECOND DIVISION Padilla ^ |. ..", "26 4 Yarseen Ali.
SECOND DIVISION- Raire .., 20 3 5 3
Tues., Saboteurs vs Belmont Or- Hnaretr 2 3 1 1 ,
phanage. Referee Mr. N Clarke. chatpein........... 17 : 4 G(irls (Cricket Match
Thurs., Chinese "B" vs Csmo- 'c1rosle 21 2 2 / 3
Pera ........ .C....r...2 1 ] A1
politan. Referee Mr. J. Blackman. 'rhirkellt ............... S C2arded lFor Arotica
-- 1' etpher.......... ..1 1 3 I 1 Sunday Guardian Cortsepondent
Jdards ...................]5 10 0 O PICS TO N u.5
dars .................1. 0 '1 PRINCES TOWN. Aug. 5-
hree More Clubs For *ap ... ............ o Princes Town Girls' Cricket Club
ree More Clubs For ----- ----- will journey to Arouca today tc
c. Goodwin Soccer Lieague meei thel "ieGrmelr ris' C.C. In a
Three more clubs have taken i Princes Town Girls will be re-
Sentry in the oolwln Football I 3 presented by Sylvia Amos 4Capt.,
tart on August 13, bringing the e in m Wi L. Gay, E. Lancaster, M. Philip,
total to contest honcurs for l1944 4 W L V. Clifton, N. Mitchell. J. Hodge,
ae to 15. They are Essex, Triumph. New R.. Jacob, and E. Edwards (12th
e R.. RagrsJacob. adE dad 1t
e and Rangers. There i no .oICe any y eru-e for men man) .
Other teams tire Guardian War and women to rema'n Thin. Nrvni-a,
Ic Lords, Dover, Fighting 69, Lion Underweight. Run-Down, and Friend- lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
3d Hearts, Cobra, Portsmouth. Spoil .saa In Hollywood the Cinema StarR
ers of St. Joseph, Strllers of San are under a severe train night and do ay
en He ri Jogep, tllers of San and require the beat of medical services
Juan, Hermitage, Eton, Mr. I. to nmaintaln normal Weight and Health. FOR
Harewood's XI. and Craven. This necessity resulted in a remarkable F R
Trophy will be put on show at discovery that is now bringing gocd
Slingityl store tis wee, health. solid flsh. and wall formed
leading city store tlds week. bodies to men and women throughout
the world. A licensed Hollywood Call-
--- -- i ---fornla, physician. In proscribing lnr the
Cinema Sitaro, succeeded In combfnlnc
SOCCER MATCH TODAY highly concentrated extracts In pleas-
Shamrock ground will be the ant tasteles tablet form. This conen- c
venue of a soccer match between rate, known asM uroids, builds rich K
Head-office of Bulk Purchasing blood, strong steady nerven. atlrrn-ulate I <
Hed-ofe of Buk Prchasingenergy, icouir, anrid vitality. Wuroides '5
and Warehouse this morning, not only builds firm sound fleshb but '. .. .
The match will start at 9.30 makes nmen and women feel and look ti ,
o'clock and teams will be:- years younger. Buroelde In now being
HEAD OF IE? Ramn d Imported into this country by chlrti, _
HEAD OFFICE:-P. Raymond; and is so successful that It is offered
A. Pile, K. Edwards; F. Lee Karmn. tinder a guarantee to make you weigh
C. Reyes. G. Hendy: F. McKeizie, what you should and feel stron sand -
IT. Per.ira capt.). D. Hutchinson, vigourous or money back on return of a"
Seon, A. AlfOnso. T. Prada. empty package. Ask your chemistl for
R. Seon, A. Alfonso. T. Prada. Su,.ntda tndv. The guarantee protects --


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