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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
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k Found Guilty
M.piracy To

WLiben and IMen
:*iid of conspiracy
Rdl surrender OGe-
I aml3o were hanged
M rw afer the Peo-
uteted them of high
iMMlntiY they were
Executed on the
1. August 8, 1918.
ILudendorff wrote In
isut s Is a black day
&a Army. The time
IMd the war."
ii with D.N.B.'s an-
Bi the hangings, an-
Sarrived in Lon-
Normandy front
w captured Oermar.
er to the effect
r' was killed and
Oli in a new out-
the Nazi regime.
Aiiouncement aaid:
I sentenced by the
's Court for hlth
ran to the coun-
iVces in the crime of
Property hau been
r the Reich. All the
n were hanged two
ntence was passed."
Said the Court
it punishment" In the
ight men which be-
I running account of
bffore the red-robed
Reported Killed
ing Wounded
SAug. 8. (AP)-A
SGerman Intel-
sr aid today that
uler was assassin-
Herman Goering
Sa new outbreak
Nazi hierarchy,
Iaptives, all Aus-
*orated the state-
I that Rommel was
,ie head by bomb
U the Normandy
pl recovering," the
1id. "The beat
Sunday when we
was killed and
wotrded in the

eral Stleff ald-
explosiver for the
the Fuehrer.
lHiter aid "it wa
the cross-exam-
that Count von
bad explosives with
Ie attempt on July
'ha July 11. but the
tUrried out because
not present. The
6ot make clear who
Suditted he knew all
tr upt another aban-
-kill Hitler by having
S packs of three
without their
to explode while
the Fuebhrer for
of new equipment.
'this account: The
A~euised of participa-
: sUsnlnation attempt,
stir up revolution in
assume control of the
t1 seize State authori-
OWclude a dishonour-
enisted of an In-
Berlin business-
9i' Councillor and
SCouncillor. A Berlin
civil engineer served
* budges..
* Were represented by
1ftruncllors appoint-
I chief of the defend-
t Peld-Marshal Erwin
M. gave the Germnan
PMident of the Court

I TO PAG CoL. 21

!rs Boost
waterr Supply
koveanent In Port-of-
0U apply, which enables
Sget water all day,
ielrgely to works car-
St-hrporation's er-
1itment and addition-
GOovernment', oen-
Sbeme when riqulred.
A rrell City Engineer,
GOuardL:.n" re-
*stated that the city
an average IA,009.
igar daily from the
Scheine, but he
W thetnaetime" the
w r Scheme supplied
less than this

U fc torm to the
a JwU Sa&d were
g 'ynow obtamwe
*Wervoir from
USlOMluoci be
redeWnt rain esuoa
gwf a new pump at
0*8. Sago,

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Governor Was

Not Missing,

Official Says
His Excellency L. B. Freeston,
Governor of the Leeward Islands.
has not been missing at any time,
the Hon'ble Stanislaus E. Gomes.
Attorney-General of the Leeward
Islands, told the "Trinidad Guar-
dian" yesterday.
Mr. Gomes, who arrived here on
Mcnday night by 'plane on an offi-
cial visit, stated that he had spoken
to Mr. Freeston up to Saturday
and that he was quite well.
It was reported here last week
that Mr. Freeston was a passenger
on a sloop reported to have been
caught in a hurricane which swept
over the Leeward Islands.

Commissioner Hurt
In Ambush Attack
LONDON, August (I'.P)-The
Colonial Office announced today
that Lord MacMichael, High Com-
iloner for Jerusalem was slightly
wounded in an ambush attack on
his motor-car.
Text of the announcement was
as follows:-
"Information was received from
Jerusalem that this afternoon the
High Commissioner and Lady
MacMichael were motoring to a
farewell function, when their mo-
tor-car, which was under police
escort, was ambushed. Fire
opened from the side of the road.
The High Commissioner was only
slightly wounded and Lady Mac-
Michael unhurt, but two members
of the High Commissioner's staff
wre a sertous'y Injured. The polPce
are taking all appropriate mea-

14th Army Push
Across Frontier
Aug. 8 (Reuter). Fourteenth
Army troops ave pushed deeper
into Burma from the frontier town
of Tamu. Today'es S.E.A.C. commu-
nique placed, them across the Yu
River, five or six miles from Tamu
and said they still have not
caught up with the main Japanese
These forces, in the words of a
British senior staff officer, are
"definitely on the run after suf-
fering one of the biggest hidings
they have had on any front."
This staff officer told John Nixon,
BJ..C. correspondents that the
Onemy's recent attack across the
Indian border was launched by
three divisions. Two of these have
been completely wiped out and
it was the remnants of the third
that they were now chasing back
to Burma.
An Allied spokesman declared
today that 42,000 Japanese ware
killed as four of the enemy's nine
Burma divisions were liquidated In
northeast India and Stilwell's
C'moaign in the Dermese moun-

Americans Advance
Rapidly On Guam
The U.S. Navy Department an-
nounced tonight American forces
captured Mount Santa RosM in the
drive to conquer Guam and in
rapid advances have driven the
Japane Into the noro.4east corner
of the island.
The Navy release said fast ad-
vances have resulted in a situation
threatenin to cut the Japanese
defen Into two groups. The
Americans counted more than 10,-
00 Japs dead.
Move To Form Polish
Coalition Cabinet
t LONPON, Aug. 8 (AP-Poes I to
tLAdon emeculated tonight that
,W iMftalaJacnyk would ask
PFooaJ t wo*aw Raewr
meum Govrnmt for authority to
I%-m a nI& MecafliS Ow bet .-k
~teAta-and. k1tth h~acking is
toikv VMM*for the vS. caP-
lu- tfrhemoto4 of a .&W Cabine1
maw itp woampt. oam fvo mil
t !pc a~B t.s and a
few J Ufl t ei thor
141w 1

Finland Forms
New Cabinet
LONDON, Aug. 8 (Reuter)-
The German radio tonight an-
nounced the names of the new
Finnish Cabinet. The radio
said that the Prime Minister
is Hackzell. formerly Foreign
Minister, and Karl Enckell is
to be the new Foreign Min-
ister. Enckell went to Moscow
last March during the armis-
tice discussions with Russia.
Neither Linkomies, the former
Foreign Minister, i.or Tpnner,
the Finance Minister, Is in
the new cabinet.
The new cabinet is meeting
for the first time tomorrow.
Augury of Finnish rap-
prochement with Russia was
seen In the statement of
Dr. Juhu Paasikivi, former
F'nnish Minister to Moscow,
who said: "We Pinna must
always count on a strong Rut-
sia and once and for all
forget Russia's weakness in

13 Jap 'Planes


At Halmahera
Arthur's Headquarters, Aug. 8
(AP)-It was announced tonight
that 13 parked airplanes were
destroyed in a raid on Halma-
hera Island, stepping stone be-
tween New Guinea and the Philip-
Liberators from New Guinea
bases smashed Oalela and Loo-
bata airdromes' on Ha'ma.hera
with 48 tons of bombs on Monday.
They also damaged a 3,000-ton
merchant ship.
The communique reported that
the enemy "brought forward from
his shrinking base force at We-
wak one of his infantry regi-
ments, the 66th" which is from
the Japanese 55th Division.
"His positions is becoming dif-
ficult." the communique added.
The Halmahera raid was made in
the face of adverse weather. In
addition to destroying 13 'planes
the bombs damaged many other
ground aircraft and started large
explosions and fires.

Allies Wipe

Out Pockets

South Of Arm
ROME. Aug. 8 (AP).- HampMree
by thunderstorms. Eighth Arm
troops proceeded with the method
cal extermination cf a few enei
Pockets remaining south of th
Arno River In the Florence are
with the enemy putting out parti
cularlv violent resistance on th
high round in the river's big ben
east of the town.
Action there, however, was on
comparatively small scale. Indians
advancing north of Arezzo, wer
engaged in brisk flghtlnp in th
mountain country but action their
was of scant si'nlitcance so far a
either the strategic or tactical situ
nation was concerned.
There were itndlcatlcn. that th
Allied Command was utilisin, th
present lull to rest weary troona be
fore undertaking the next big Jo
In the Itallan campaign-

Jap Premier Says
LONDON, Aug. 8 (Reuter)-
General Kaniaki Kolso, Japanes
Prime Minister, In a 10-minut
"Imperial Day" broadcast picke
up here today, said, "Our Imnpir
lna come to be confronted by na
tional ifficulties of unprecedented
seriousness. In the two yeais ant
nine months since the outbreak Q
war, the enemy, deeply distresed
by profound difficulties of thet
own, and by pressing internal and
external developments, have en,
croached upon the Marianas in ar
attempt to obtain a quick decision
in. the war, and to present the ap-
pearance as if to strike at our
homeland in a single blow. In thi
New Guinea area, too, they havi
made gradual advana\s.
"The time has come now when
military operations by our Imperial
forces on a grand and bold scale
are awaited, and when our 100.000,.
000 people must arm themselves
and in obedience to Imoerial re-
sponsibilities, must combine our
total stren-th to strike against the
enemy and destroy their evil de

Britain And America Sign

Pact On World Oil Policy

WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 f(AP)-The United States and Great
Britain today signed an agreement on world oil policy looking toward
the settlement of competitive problems as a contribution toward post-
war international security.

The agreement was signed b:
Mr. Edward Stettinius, Actin
Secretary of Stats, for the United
States end Lord Beaverbrook 'to
the United Kingdom. It provide
for the setting up of a natlona
petroleum commission charged
with estimating world demand for
petroleum and recommending how
British and American companies
can carry out their production
with a view to the orderly develop.
meant of world resources.
Announcing the conclusion ol
the pact which is not subject to
Senate ratification, the State D!.
apartment .said It was "of an In-
terim character and preliminary tc
negotiation for a multi-lateral
agreement an petroleum to which
the governments of all producing
and consuming countries Int sd
in international petroleum trade
will, It is hoped, become slign-
The main points of the agree-
ment are: (l)-An assurance- of
adequate petroleum supplies to "all
peaceable countries at fair prices
and on a DOa'O crlmtnatosy basis
subject to such eol'atie sc.
arrangements a may at a&y tiMe
be In fofsi."
()-DeWOJmsnt ofetNIsu
reources W"w view, to a (B
economic a i4sse oft othe pro-
ducing 06andO.
)-n tlotseUmloha s oft.

.<>e for vaMld ewe-
dIOB trietS.an
Musessaw Ssjasdua

ly +
S The agreement which is first
d post-war pact on international
r trade, was viewed with Batisfac-
0 tion by both American 'and Brit-
1 ish officials. They considered It a
d long step toward eliminating poe-
r sible conflicts between their two
N governments and toward the es-
I tablishnment of the mechanism
with which to enforce peace.
The provision that all "peaceable
f countries" should be able to ob-
tain plenty of oil was taken as a
ready means of Imposing sanctions
on the most vital material for
war against future aggreors.

SBrazil Finance
Minister Calls
_enhor Arthur de Boua Costa,
inance Minister ~ Braruil rnd 'e-
leate to the Monetary Conference
held recently at ettoNM Woods.
U.. arrived here late last night
on his way tc Rio de Janeiro.
Accompanying him wer 'r.
tanel M. Mrtins comtroiilr:
Octavio Bdulhe. minister: and i.
uNPto S,11o, director of te Dank
K Jbraim.
St. Costa expreeed hieaulf
Wing hopeful T good rwif ftrea
the conference
During tbeir short stay hW r.
COeta and partv paid a "tM t
vlisitto ws e slnyA, W
teActing GOveMer* 7pw
00ernat Smuets ftPan pos* e I
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The King Reviews U.S. Troops In Italy,

TjL 'am war. w were c thatd Intons
^ Fttemlga sHM (taftiogt agiti oun~tre attacks en strong-
8bM She apvamss~r |t. ee^ ~rne ui not s attthe es ter endad o0 m=
- tig^ the us1My of mel's >ftwtmgon ine.
EY^ilflgSb EMinmry for Aerial history was made br f~~f .
-*ettto~ttof t6wVr. RIAY. Lancasten *and H:ZfBM* A~f--- Ift
The ~~~Saoptm# w teIlast ght, for It reproedesathed i 1t~ IG
^^sS ^.S?^ IL,?.! I1 fl~ate and tS Halifax.. w
K0a NO-.^' IkA first time that heavy boobes*
werated hin. of t M4 W 4111 .
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Canadians Smash Fo

110 Miles From French C

Americans Same Di,

Soviets Push Brittany Battlefront N

On ToRiga

Nazi Counter.Attack __ __-_- --
Smashed, 6,000 Men E-_-____
Killed ---__ _,A7hA1e
By W. W. HERCHER ~ . .c.
LONDON. Auq. 9 (API. The --_:--_. ---_-__ : ';,? '.... S
Russians. smashing a determined (All
German counter-attack In the_-_=q-'- g""" *A]
Latvian-Lithuanlan border. sser ., -B arn
day pushed on northwardl toward. ^ mil
Riga and made hard-won Fsins .RU ST S ',S,, 5",P r
*elsewhere on the 1.000-m:le battle- Mi- ,,- i -,,' .... c
front. ~~~~~~W m''"" ... ;,. ,rile
I A late message said tonight, -$ c 'u'"' "" ' 2 'S / u
R uter s'!ates, that R:ssian troops pr- e "' ,m *. I" d
have troken into the OGrm.n ~*'/ N* d---VO
defenses at the gateway to East '* \ ,
Prussia. 1 Il
The Soviet communique said that. -- -f' **lc
the Germans threw ir, a h,avv C.-1.- ..--. i.
counter-attack of several days' -- A"0.,,... -
duration in the Bir7ai sec'lon Pi
north Lithuania, but the Red Army -
Ssmashed it killing more than 6,0,l3 __ ..__..._"_'-__" r_
Officers and men and renewed its n]_____,____
own offensive taklng more than 80 so ttimMt-D P' T
towns. including Radvilistis on thle L' "'0 1.of ..' d,.,.' \
border 43i miles sotll ti of Riga,.
This mcrning the Moscow radio
.d ald the Gerutais .t e latuti' in Allied forces continued to gain ground along the French battle- to
y desperate counte'-:n,'ta. kts along front. (I1) British forces strengthen their bridgehead across the o
Virtually thare whobeing "bled 'white"r f Orne In the Thury-Harcourt sertor: (1) Americans hold Arm- tl
and are being "bled white"
y The Soviet war bi lletin under- ly on to recaptured Mortain and arefighting fiercely with the Ger- n
e scored the German counter-attacks onans; 3) American armour was reported to be rolling in close to co
a in nearly every sector but fli i e l'e Mans, though the exact extent of the advance Is not known: a
I- stated thot rl w"- rP) e,1,' ':-i 14) Strong assault forces were brought up which smashed fierce il
e added.: "Our troops are stuebJ''nly German resistance hack into the town of St. Male: (5) The P
/ advancin"." Americans are holding a semicircle around St. Nazaire with no A
I Moscow radio said last night, word of an actual attack; (- ) Main forces are pushing forward O
a according to a Reuter despatch, to augment advanced units which reached the pert of Brest and t.
thpt the Russians have now prevlorslv engaged the garrison th-re. The Germans reported t(
e broken Into the Go man delence that g'lder-borne Allied troops were landed In the estuary of I
c system In East Prussia and sold the Loire in support of forces moving south along the ba seof id,
e that the Germans are throwing the pen nnul a. fou
US In masses of tanks In an attempt 4---------- whi
. to hold their advance In East ..... ........ --d- ....
3,500 Allied e'
Prssa if'If, Trhr ,n .... C 3 iied Churchill Pays Visit ?ou,
e rayso that hundreds of thousand To Normandy Again e
S mobilized to conduct the defense, anes Po dw-
)b and t.it every )uale4ji ina,. I$ f, #t. w oinst C Reute the r
not Important to the war effort R o ad Mrim W. iteton Churahitd. the wI
has becn clop'd down. il Ru Prime Minister, has paid an- a"
slans have also gone ahead on It other visit to Normandy 'to Ge
the left flank of the Vistula wast on 1u V receive first-hand Informnaton Ale
of Santdomierz and have cap- .. D-- of our recent advance. He met A
tired several places in the Car- By NED NORDNES8 General Sir Bernard Mont- e
Lot hian foothllls.SI 8 U PR EM E HEADQUARTERS gomery and Major Oen'eral tho
jesoite their desperate tnr'ggle Allied Expeditionary Force, Aug. 8 Omar Bradley. Before leavi-oz adl
to stabilize their line tthe Germars (AP)--Over 3,500 Allied 'planes for Normandy Mr. Churchill por
- re finding the Sovi:t Armie vastly supportin. the ground offensive had audience with the King. reet
ie superior in manpower, equipment driving towards Paris, smashed at ,
te and spirit and acknowledged their German frontline positions, vital
t eril ina broader at by saying that sea and land transportation. and, onvoy Smashed :
e if Soviet reve were now mov-strategic supply bases last nightSmashed e
e Ing toward the Vistula bridgeheadssand today. Marauders and Havoci Stwith
d o drive north to Warsaw along thea concentrated on seven bridges in ff St N ai r ,t,
d west bank. concentrated on seven bridges In t. N z ire t
The Germans were busy t, the Paris, Rheima and oAm.le
bringing rp every reserve they area, whi'e late this afternoon LONDON, Aug. I (AP).-The been
ot RA.P. Halifaxes bombed flying Admiralty announced that a Ger-I.
could find. one 6roadcast v oode rocket installations in northern man convoy and escort, totalling men
Sseld-MarshalWalthevon odeleven ships were caug ht off .
returning from a Warsaw I.nspec, France. R.A.P. torpedo carrying NJazaire and destroyed early on 1N
tion, as saying "after weeks 5 Beaufig.ters, attacked a German Sunday by a British-Canadian Ti
receding the time has now come to convoy of 14 ships steaming north cruiser and destroyer force, tion
stick to our positions. New forces off the southwest coast of Nor- The communique *aid a second saul
f&'-om the Reich are arriving." way, and three merchant ships convoy was sighted and shelled,
In this battle which is part of and six Escort vessels were reported but escaped back into St. Nazaire. IP(
massive opera* ons to annihilate damaged. Three Beaufighters were
two German a'rles trapped in the ost. llll l
Baltic States, the Russians have American Mustangs escorted by
destroyed 89 German tanks and Beaufighters shot utip Norwegian N[
S150 cannon and eraot,-rp-' 1q t-,.- airdromes.,
and 75 guns. Penetrations have I Reuter states that American
also been made by two o.n~r spj,,.,- bombers flying from Russia C A N NI &
Heads reaching into Latvia towards have attacked a German oil
Riga. One took the Imooriant refinery about 20 miles w-st
Srailway Junction of Krustpils on of Krakow. All the bombers THE PREMIER
the east bank and got within 61 got back Their fighter esort T M I I
Smiles of Riga, while the other on sihot down the German fighters
the west batfik moved rorth to. and the bombers got one.
threaten Jekabpls. The Russians F:ylng Fortrtsses in Russia also .
made no mention of the contini- bombed an airfield defending
Ing siege of Warsaw or other spc- the Ploesti ollields, and went
tion' lof the front except to record on to land in Italy. These
a Slight wedge in their brf.gliead Flying Fortresses were flown
across the Vistula toward Kielce from England to Russia and
and tnprovrwent nf thp". ,1.04-, by landing In Italy have com-
arther south along the Carpathian plated the second shuttle mis-
f[othills. sion between Britain and Italy
IReuter states Russian airmen carried out by the Eighth Air
are striking ahead of their corn- orce.j
raaes on the'ground and have The five-span Joingy bridge
started many fires across the over the Yvonne River, 10 miles
East Prussilan border. Moscow over the vonne Rver 10 mlf
reports say they are having th bsoutheact of Paris was destroyed
plsre, that is the term u", b Marauders. Other bridges hit
of dropping captured German included two over the Marne at
bombs on thts Reich territory Nantau'. 25 miles northeast of
Mouth of Wit-saw the Russian Paris. a brtdge y0 miles north of
troops, who crossed the Vistula Amiens, in the vicinity of Rheims, *(& V '"
are now about 0 miles from and another southeast of Parts.t
German SfieslE.l One Marauder snd two havocs
German divisions on sectors west were lost to flax. Thirteen Ameri-
of the approaches to the Carpath- can heavy bombers, and 13 escort-
lana have received the order to Ing fighter', were reported missing
move their lines back in order to in today's operation.
straighten the German front. The atanns Thunderbolts and
I1igh ounuand 10ade no attempt Ug htnis desrydor .damagnd
tohnam 4e thla big-scle operation. mot dtn1,0froeigh ears, d0 lOed
but lat# whn the uerma troops ometive- s tmtor c.li, i
had afraey occupIed their new ad t rion j J on a railway
pcitolo, the Soviet. launched a ,a
determned asalt against these Platfori, 15 Germac stf cars,
new positions. This Soviet ariny an? oil tank, flak tower and river^ ^ pW "
was cheeked. German forces in.0- "< and arge. eW' enMy
side Warsaw yesterday carried out 'Pn IKW. poriM e.fstoyed In
a majl-r operation to wipe out eiirocilbat sand one on the ground. ,V
IartIn bands which had tried wto ro than A00 sA ssia heavy
capture the city. This operation bombers blasted ath G0ouman s
ais...t toe Partisans has now beem defeZ 5 below Of no petah
completed. the w*1mb and
American heavies wef ginullf *rtly
^timninf Po^ *induledto atftec St U"u5 lane^ ^".
Shipping Pact tegh but theAw amad. B
rp ,. lat me lif Bdit M that llf^ : ^
To Continue --0 w eno-gh s the
or erm and Lb et raq I I
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07 7

iazis Throw

i Tanks

Remnants of German
Divisions Fought To
led Expedltiorary Force, (Aug
P)-Canada's first full field
iy swarmed forward today (our
es through Staignan de Ca-"re
'nil, Just southeast of the Or-
n Villement roadblock, Ila,
es from Paris, while to th'-
th American advanced armour"
ssed close to Le Mans. the same
tance from the French caplt*
(Reuter says that the First
anadlan Army is nearly half.
'ay to Falaise. One of the vll.
agres they have captured Is
intheaux. This is on the main
oad to Falaise and more thtn
ine miles southeast of Caen.
'he other Is a town well west
f the road about the sanme
Distance below Caen.
Correspondents say tonight ".
iat the Germans have flung ,
anks aqsalrat the perl-neter
f the Allied bridgehead across
the Orne. The determined ene. ,
iv attack against the Amerl-
an positions in the Mortain
rea made no deep penetra- -
ion and one American re-
ort this evening spoke of ani
american column in the town,
f Barentan Jis.t eass, of Mor-
uan which was captured yea-
n the 'V' between these two
for victory, remnants of thei
r German an nzer divisions
ch tried to frit the Normarcd
d Brittany fronts are Plng
ght to a standstill and tMreat-
d with encirelement. Th I
erilcats an twaK
oughthe M8vnji 1
bent .BC~unthB buffer HM5|
ie which ay Indl cate that th
rmans do not Intend to hol(
nccn and La Mane.
Ameriran armor to known to
rolling in close to La Mans
uch the exact extent of ttl
ance Is not diclowsd. Onre re.
t seaid advanced units
ehed the r;ty. .-
rhere is still nothinK at stleno-
I pecl.'a'lon over the situation
the nr.orth bank approaches t*
Lcire. The American o are
in 11 to 30 miles of the river
pints alorx t he 76 miles fwl
m Nsnites to Angws-and har
n there at least two days wIt*
complete bush en tkeir mov$
hals is the latest reported aitua-
there: St. Malo-Stronger as*
t forces were brought up and
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Accompanied by Gen. Mark Clark, U.S. 5th Army commander, H I- Majesty the King reviews
Amereican troops during a tour of front lines In Italy. While lunching during the tour, the King.
General Clark, and Archbishop Francis J. Speilman of New York missed injury by 300 yards when
two Gorman land minen were exploded accidentally by a U.S. sold ler.-(A.P. Radiophoto.)
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tA. J. Hamilton In the Second By MUSIC Cr IT1C
IssOmi t. On an accusation of A near-capsacity audience at-
AoWng two motor trucks which he tended Miss Winifred Atwells re-
Im t to be d'rivenit hontrave h cisal on Sunday night at the
Iltion of thoew hown P""t w Victoria Institute.
Opt ando = 3Wf o n .o i Because of the high standard
mordyn Ramthael arnd eRa whl'dh Mien Atwelrl attained t -
d- utoram the drivers of theim iewas A wenthan aming
s~r eefined $25 or 30 days dialer ast ofI moredi wsthg~an sin
Sf driving them Incontritsa
"MUM to theironing permit. in that it offered the opportunity
of reallislg both Miss Atwulls
AsMd to find that at the age talent and the possibilities of a
tI .Reubetn Joseph alias -Oswald evelopnment which, by and large,
b alias "Katoo," had a court has been confined within the
igerd of four previous convictions limits of local teaching and atmo-
t fhto discredit, Mr. Andre let him sphere.
know yesterday that he considered It would be interesting to con-
alber uInstitutions too good fnr him sider Miss Atwell not as a student
a1d sent him up to the Royal Gaol but in the light of the accepted
t1 sere a term of three months' concert pianist, for her ambitions
IUrijaonment for theft of a bot of are not confined to the amateur
hkta from a city store. or student sphere.
Her recital, in my opinion. re-
Deprived of a tfew drinks which vealed a complete picture of her
they insisted on having outside of unusual pianistic gift, her artistry
the hours of trade, eight .eamen a well as her :,resept limitations.
turned upon a helpless watchmanlfflcult to o
of a city restaurant, who Poltely It would be difficult to Judge of
lLformaed them that under no Miss Atwells development as of
rSuaitances would he be able t one who must ultimately find cx-
itate the, and gave him a pression i her piano playing. So
*erebeating and continued m.k- far she 'lves every problem by
thoetliswr nuisances Instead of technici' skill, with which she Is
!iTin the premime a requested, abundantly gifted, and by an ap-
S the iMrst Police Court, they yes- proach that is Indigenous to and
t day aid fines and compensation chwyacteristic of her Instrument.
P Wlli $0.56 for behaviour No criticism could reasonably be
wnch the magistrate found wti directed against her as a pianist
scandalous Indeed, simply. Her playing, further, re-
Tey were all convicted on accu- veals intelligence and a certain
tns of assault and disoilerly refinement On Sunday night she
ehoviour, and tL "watchman reflected also a degree of matur-
Wom they all klcfd and tufted on Ily not apparent in her former
t nlght i* question will get $80 appearances.
yenMr&iol for the blows he re- As an artist and interpreter, us
a. a Apirt from an Iinstrumentalist.
?ng stranet mixture to t- Mis Atwell lacks two qualities-
Iftrg, stang mitur toat-a dramatic sense and that intui-
Aattention, Agatha Williams, avie ssharpened reaction to the es-
eWt souse vendor, called her neigh- ,
Ss f wls to her and with n elltal spirit of the printed core,.
i- "ioW ofefrie ndwlvePhllip that hidden meaning that con-
eo her friend, Olive Phillip, its technique and tonal
'cWughtsome of them and later
effected sale for one. The owner quahli'. Her Beethoven Sona-
imn discovered the fate of her 'a was' to my m1n d. dull, and ex-
ft'ls, however, when the women c'pt. far occasional unusual plan-
disagre"d soi t time after they hod istic brilliatrp-- in the last move-
divided the "spoils." Phillip who mint might have been offered by
hid previous convictions for dis- a studentt The simple explanation
ho =was imprisoned for 30 days. is thiti M s Ateell lacks the
'-4lle Williams was ordered to sign dramatic eise ansd quality of
*'-id In the sum of $25 to come depth ncre.-.arv to the Beethoven
U sr sentence if called upon work. "' re dramatic sense is an
h ,onte year. inmate gift. Whether or not MIss
the OlOW- Atwell will develop it. it la Iroa-
I possible to guess.
.he..nWttet Chopin g ouP 3 A t
v5"ii3Si its>% Pgolrm1nle was at many mom:ets
wt w h to make souse, and they mgnfcently done ut whenever
Uth had apeed on the prop isii.t there is brilliant passage work to
s a means of obtaining thet ires, Tbe done, Miss Atwell can be relied
U?^ It f OMnningthe n.es.
Wy cash. ucn to do It brilliantly. The
Chopin Berceuse. by eortrasit, was
-- *a failure The Inherent tenderness,
an T Play the peculiar pic tonal qualtv.
"Da d T lay II ere completely absent. It was
Garde saving qiue devoid of any
Gardens Tonight nalient Dnany eon-
Three tunes from the current cerr t study wa. MISS Atwell's
M.OM. show "Two O irls and A arhremhn'ent nf the evenlrg
Sallr" will highlight night's Chsrelv knit. complicated in tonal
P4-piece programme by the pole 5iU tut:e s;'d colont and esen-
kand at the Botanic Gardcn.. ;tlailv ariL,'c. it offered the ideal
Cther tunes to be played are:- ne:dizn ifor Mist Atwell's gifts.
March...."Duke of Wel.ington" She p.aved the Dohnanyl as effec-
....Stal'y thierly it (ai c onceivably be
Selection.... "This is the Armynv" done bv anv pntait
Berlin, Tlhe Aibeniz group. from Suite
A Pre-War..... '"Waltz M e!ev'" F.siag:ole, waa surprtslnglv well
Tunes of tomorrow from.-- d'done Miss Aiweil achieved a
"Two Girls and a Salor" beautif',! tone and gave careful
(a) "You Dear." but emphatir'c consideration to the
(i) "In a Moment of Madnea." inherent rhythmic texture so
(C) "Te Young Manl with a characteriltic of Albeniz,
Horn. Altogethlie'r, It was a brilliant re-
seaw ons of "Ivor Novtllo cttal by a local artist Whatever
Melodies," criticisms that may be made
Rhumbe L.'r Peanut Vendor." against Mil Atwell, criticisms
Ptrol.."The Wee Macgreegor" based on the highest standards.
(by request) .... Am-rs. the fact remains that her concert
Two popular hits L "You'J never should be a pleasurable and proud
know" memory, for her standard ol
2. "Paper Doll" achievement retauira an inspira-
....by request I tlon to those leader or equally
.Voal ....Put another nail i gifted who are granted equal
Hitler's Coffin." opportunity
*Noel Coward Melodies'
Anthml.-'Ood Save The King." GI'EST SPKAKL
mAiNu 4 Se-nor Jurandyr Carlos Barroso.
WAsmXNITON. ASUg B API Vice-Consul for Brazil. will be the
Th Navy reported that des-on ,
troter ec1rt, blasting at NtiU sub- '0. 7 p in at a meeting of the
te wit depth chars s .Ane cn Servicemen's l orum in
thae with In the Atlantic "re- th, club room of the US.O.
cet.ly." Location of the action in aeBrtew di'1u the gee-
which the destroyer escort and a graphic end economic aspect ot
Fnch destroyer escort Joined aa Brazil. All members of the Armed
not eUaOled. ForceS are invited to be present.

Manufacturing Businss.
Profitable Going Con-
cern. Central Location.
Write immediately to
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A gaily beeeked city joied I m te eelebrauens mring tl ems t nnt** r owy 0' me u indscvery,
the Island by Christopher Columbus. Both the Town i Hal ld historic Celumbu SuOare were de-
aorated with flags and bunting during the day and fldtlit with red, white and blue t ult at night.
The Town Hall itop) was the centre of atitraetoi during the evening with Its myrlat f lights. At
Columbue Square (bottom) a large enthusiastic erowd hbeard the Mayor. Councilor H. 0. B. Wooeeing
(inset) speak n the Impertance of the occasion.

Five From Trinidad Crowds Out
Elected W.I. Committee City F
Election of 12 candidates In iy or.
five of them Trinldadians, as e
members of the West India D iscovery
Committee has been announced _
In a recent Issue of the "West City Discovery Day celebrations.
India Committee Circular." given official start by Councillor
H, 0. B. Wooding, Mayor, at a
Those elected for membership Columbus Square function last
were: Mr. Wilfred de Verteuil. Monday morning, had thousands
out in festive mood enjoying pro-
Mr. Alvin Redon, Miss Mar- grammes that went on into the
garet Dickson, Mr. R. K. Black late evening.
I Colurr')us Square. gaily decorat-
and Mr. 1. J. Bahadur Slngh. ed te occasion. had the Cit
....f for thle occasion, had the itty'
-- --- Fathers in an assembly -unning
I nto thousands drawn from all
r A.4. ,s Uf nSf sections of the community, as the
Doctor !sign'.Mayor set tle festival off with an
0 address on the discovery of the
T~_ T .-- .. Coluny by ChrlatDpher Columbus.
In JamI aica Thie Mayor, following Intro-
nUl V A ,ductjry remarks by Ccuncillor E. M.
-- Mitchell a:'d Alderman V. Vidale,
Ten doctors have signed fromi spoke onl tile significance of Dis-
the Jamaica Medical Sertvice with cover Day and askLed the assembly
not to entertain the Idea that
in the last three years, ( colonel Dis(overy Day was ai. opportunity
Oliver Sanley, S c ietary of State for them merely to go about seeing
for the Cuolonies. told a qu,,s'-oner flags and other things. What was
of the ',rst importance, "le said,
in tihe louse of Commons. accord- .was that they should understand
ing to a B.B.C, broadcast heard the qualities of ccurage and deter-
last Saturday night, Imination which carried Ohriato-
Of the ten doctors who had re- pher Columbus to fame and that
signed, he stated, one has since they themselves try to develop
gone to the United Kingdom where those qualities and interpret them
ae had entered the military oser- in their own lives.
vice; one, an American citizen, "The only courage that achieves
had returned to his country, while anything," he said, is the courage
another a Dutch doctor, had gone which comes to a person who is
to the Dutch West Indie' convinced that he is right and is
Reasons generally given for the,
resignations, he revealed w'ce prepared to stand up and say that
adequate transporatiun and sut- that he in right."
stitence. Continuing, the Mayor said: "If
Dl-co~ery Day means a::ything to
RETURNED ()JIKB.Rq us as a people in these West In-
dies, if Discovery Day is going to
Regarding plans for returned teach us any lessons of a national
soldiers of B1zitish Honduras, character, let those lessons be les-
Colonel Stanley stated that already sons which were exemplified in the
plans for these men wfir under life of Christopher Columbus-
consideration and that lands in courage, determination, faith. With
that Colony would he I!sed for re- these you can get anywhere, with-
settlement schemes It,> denied ut theft you can get nowhere."
there was any unemiploynient prob- AftrheuClubusS re.u*
lem In British Honduras. After the Columbus Square fuoe-
Referring to the Franchise Comn tion in the morning, the Mayor
mittee Reports of both Trinidad and other City Fathers repaired to
and British Guiana, Colonel Stan- the Beson Street School where
ley stated that he had had the toasts were drunk and school-
personal privilege of discuising children treated.
the Trinidad report with Sir Bede The starting function arranged
Clifford, Governor of Trinidad, by the Negro Welfare Cultural
and he hoped to discuss British and Social Organisation Included
Guiana's with the Governor of & concert by the Orphanage Band.
that Colony who was due to visit Both Columbus Square ond the
London this month. Town Hall were decorated through-
'The various Colcnial Govern- out the day and were Illuminated
ments will soon be address on the in the evening.
question of social Insurance, Col- The Police Band. under Lieut
onel Oliver Stanely and In answer
to another question. tcoNruNuto IN NIXT COL.I

The Chinese Community is invited
to attend a mass meeting at the
Kuoming Tang Hall, 19 Charlotte
Street on Tuesday S15th August, 1944
at 8 p.m. sharp, for the purpose. of in-
augurating the new Chinese Aassocia.
tion. The Chinese Consul will preside.



Expulsion of Italian
Senators to be Considered
P)ME. Aug. I (AP)-Count
Sforza. Italian Minister with-
out Portfolio, submitted to
Tettore Casati, president of the
hlga court for the punishment
of Fascist crimes, the names of
399 Italian senators he believes
should be removed from the
Senate for Fascist activities.
This involves all but ill mem-
bers of the Senate. The Fas-
cist-appointed Chamber of De-
puties has already been dis-


More Sugar
Trinidad GuAirdian Correspondent.
BRIDGETOWN. BarLados. Aug.
g iBy Air Mail).. Following
knowledge that sugar production
estimates for this year from vari-
ous producing areas are showing
a decline, tihe Ministry of Food
have asked all W.I. Governors to
impress upon all concerned the
urgent need of increasing produc-
tion whenever possible.
Information is also released that
arrangements are being made to
ship the full quantity of fertiltisera
asked for In respect of the year
ending June 1945.
His Excellency the Governor,
however, in appreciating the effi-
ciency and determination of sugat
producers in Barbados, does not
consider it neceAssary to make any
special appeal. There will be, how-
ever, no relaxation of the existing
policy of production of vegetables.

LONDON, Aug. 8 (CP)-Thel
Paris radio Laid today Franz Von
Papen, Gtrman Ambassador who
reft Turkey when she broke rela-
tions with Germany.arrived In Ber-
lin. _____________
Dennison. entertained crowds In
Woodford Square in the evening.
The day's celebrations Included
a marathon walk from San Per-
nando to Port-of-Spain. as well as
dances and picnics in many parts
of the Island.


L.R.S.M. Pianoforte
L.T.C.L. Voice Culture
Teachers' Diploma

For Appointment-
'Phone 8174

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d- whle 7i was be1lxi aio mw
dW4 SSSbIWl 111 trWB
,sI =r'^yo'&is
the oppedte d l dec u bstw
bry p vehicle.
DI" Joeep a cyclist who failed
to atop at the major road and col-
lded with a motor-car which he
damaged, was fined $2.50 and or-
ded to pay $37 compensation.
Arnold Phillip was yesterday
sent to Jail for 12 months for the
theft of a bicycle.
Following a report by Phillip
Akoon thar his bicycle was stolen,
Lance-Corporal Smart found it in
the possession of a man who told
him that he had bought It from
Phillip and showed him a receipt
to that effect.
Disregarding regulations requir-
ing them first to consult the Food
Controller before setting out to
slaughter breeding pigs, William
Green, and Nathaniel Adams.
went ahead Willing and were
already offering the animal for sale
when they were held up by er-
geant Bledsdell. Convicted of
slaughtering without permission,
Green was ordered to pay a fine.of
$150. while Adams ftv aiding and
abetting was ordered to ppy $75.
Cecil Prescott another butcher who
slauglitered two pigs at San Juan
vnder similar circumstances was
ordered to pay fines totalling $240.
Falling to evade a poll eman
who suspected they were removing
articles and caused them 'to be
searched, Jonathan James and
RandolpA Clarke, found carrying
away merinoes which they had
stolen on the wharf, were fined $25
and $20 respectively by Mr. Andre
who convicted them on accusations
of theft.
Loss which they stard to suffer
when caught stealing, is apparently
not taken into consideration by
wharf workers, Mr. W. J. Andre
observed yesterday when he con-
victed Sylvestre Alexander of Un-
lawful possession of a quantity of
face erf am, and ordered him to
pay a fine of $15. Lance-Corpcoral
James found Alexander leaving
work with the articles concealed on

Opium Possession
Brings $300 Fine
Trinidad Guardian, Correspondent.
of $=00 was Imposed by Mr. Fablen
J. Camacho In the Police Court
nere today on John Awah, a San
Fernando man whom he found
guilty of being in possession of
opium and smoking utensils.
The fine carried a 3-month pri-
son alternative.

Latest beoks and Magazinesa.
Sell Books and Stationery.
Toys, Curioe and Novelties.
20 Polnte-a-Pierre Road. San
Fernando & Princes Town.


Wklalst Calmed--Aid TYeal Jump @d
oflehd Fiolf Vi.d. Viper.
Y'our lve1r should pour out two pints of ulquM
bile i.ntoyu bowels da iy i thirbileis nt
8owingfrelyyourfooddoem t(dU, Ihtiust
decays in tt bowels Gat bloats up vour
stomach you get consUipte.d Your wh
system is poas-nd end you fee sour sun*
And the world looks punk
A mere boweli movement doesn't lit at the
cause. It takes those famous Carter's I.it( I
.Ltver PS to jst thee two pints of bile flo.
'lfrese ly ni, you feel "up and up*.
ge'. ntle, 'eta Irntnakingbile
free ly. Iok rthe turn Carter's Litile
Pie r on the red psckaa Riteume a
e Prks;


Sk)MANCE is calling you.. and hA waiting to cares
your loveliness. You will see a picture of a lovelier you
in his admiring eyes... if your complexion is smooth, caress.
w A*de, radiantly slowing.


eseSs Petosiwe

Here is the way. Daily-mornin noon and before going to
bed-wash your face gently with Palmolive Soap. Also take
a daily beauty bath. Palmolive is made from a secret blend
of olive and palm oils known for ages as nature's finest skin
beautifiers. Its rich, creamy, beautifying lather, different
from any other, tleanses deep into the poree and brings
health, youth and beauty to your skin.

Buy a cake today . start '
using it. And tonight and
every night be lovely ,,
dainty all-over.

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Neck Chains .. ..... $10.75
Brooches ...... ...... $ 4.25
Pendants ..... ..-. -.... $ 5.25
Medals .. $12.65
Signet Rings ... ... $13.65
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" Cathedral Sees New For McGill Teachers' Union Distrusts

Bishop Csecrated New Educatiomi Law Changes

aeeatic a M eremby held 0 tt' OathMdral O M ,nliOiwess malde to th "Trniad OGuardian" yesterday that
* B oe,. at Atilg, B ngeatlm numbrln I Amending Bill to the deatlma Ordinanee which was given first
Haomftat of erWf aphere re publ We aw De reading In the Legislative lat ridy& IS unwelOome to Trinidad
iftl the Wet dies, the 11=t 1ev. Dr. A. and Tobago Teachers' Union mainp ea the ground that teachers
0 ad late enthrone the Venerables Nathaniel teel It has increased their fears of vietumhtion, undermined their
Davis as ninth Bishop of the Diocese of AntUI security and conceded to management boards greater powers than
.tbey ever had.

the Wt Indian
l theat. Rev taI g r and thy g e w .
Bi'dff formerly On the following e*"Oln
and the Rt. Governor entertained to
QolmPrre Lord the BishopO, Ohaptr, Dioeecs
ic hand t 0e Ofcalt. the Adminrotor o An-
MgE in the lay- tigus and the Oommisoner o 1
CA the new bishop Mbftserrat.
in the On July the Archbishop and
S Part in te Bishops met in conference at
M Mw sector of St. Bishop's Lodge and In the eMvening
SSTe, a St. ttA. at a dinner 'given by the pew
4aiAd -a day in the Bishop, the Rev. Canon ur
Hidh the launch Secretary of the Diocesan Oounc,
k. e was travel- read a address to the Archbislop
]tio won behalf
on a reef in a expressMig arclao on behaf
t tw j of he isit of Cis ac= and the
fIm St Kitta of the ouncil utand Of the Diocese,
VA jus in8 I ^ ^ o l n n
m nation. M G Orew rk Mt d f Mto Thnidad
Sthe service com- on July 29.
&-wlable seat I n the I
el a occupied. -
sam~bly included
aossy nludedMusic DramaToAid
. ll parts of the
Commissioners. re-
AiedFoces- City Day Nursery
members of
dof "religious The st. Cecella Music and Cultural
ntotive of educa- Club Al be giving a repeat per-
I 1orce, the pol- formance at the Prince's
eOut and girl guide Bullding tonight of Mr. Brrol
SS. Cherrleh play "Chamber in
mtonesnent ceremony the Moon." which played to a full
Sthe afternoon the house last week, Tlt performance
i gain filled to capa- will be In aid of the John John
= the Governor Day Nursery of the Coterie of
Shedding the large Social Worker.
In the review of this play which
and chapter of the appeared In the "Sunday Ouar-
l=ed HiS Excellency dian," it wa 'erroneously stated
Seeded to the western that the at. Ceclia Mude and
It the arrival of the Cultural Association had sponsored
the revue "Music and Memories,"
procession, consisting staged by Mr. Ralph Cherrie which
iervers, lay readers, was given under the auspiceas of
S of Synod and Dio- the Friends of Ethiopl a Oomlt-
SOWerNy of the Dio- tee in aid of the Princeses Thal
Sofflcils, the visiting Memorial Hospital fund.
other chaplains and Arrangements are being made
, the Archbishop, had to etage "Musia and Memoraes" In
cathedral and taken San Fernando soon.
the doors were closed, Another production iaeduled
a with ancient cue- for repeat performances in Port-of
S reopened after the Spain is the Trinidad Pree Club's
|-ed bishop had "Land of the Calypso," which ta-
tieta with nls pas- der new management is going to
be repeated at the Prince's Build-
kthen advanced Into tng, next week, starting on Tnes-
l demanded admit- day, August 15. Later, the show
for the flart time, will be staged at the Arima Oval.
t he be inducted, while engagements have already
enthroned in his been arranged for Skinner Park,
S according to *a- San Fernando and the uS. Army
(% .d prescriptive bases at Fort Read and Waller
SS F teld,
documents Field.
ted, the Bishop
ion that he con- T
by t Canon .S .P.C.A. To Meet
S and was then
e by the Dean. In City Tomorrow
COaon in attend-
the Bishop Annual meeting of the Tri dad
while His Ficel- Society for the Preventtis of
Presented the crueltyy to Animals will be held
shopp as his flock, tomorrow evening at A o'clock at
soacluded with an All Salt# hail.
bishop, after which Iteam s a the asgeda wil in-
Sprocession re- cludo the prentatloa of Annual
b Report and elections for th OeGn-
was the red- eral and Recutive Committee
Hety oongratula- for 1944.
Governor, officlat-


i oea9= ahery foe Cada te
Poraue studies hI enghieriag
at MeGUl University Is Mr.
Es u A. Hesels., a of Mr.
and Mrs. AUl HosBin of Cotton
Hill, St. Clalr. Mr. Heneldn bs
a former student atof St. Mary's
Talk On West Indies
"Future of the West Indies" Is
the subject of a feature address
which the Trinidad and Tobago
Teachers' Union will have at the
closing session of their annual con-
ference in the Royal Victoria In-
stitute at 8 o'clock on Monday
morning, August 14.
Speaker will be Mr. Clarence
Maloney, U.S. Attorney, now buck
In Trinidad on a periodic visit to
relatives at San Fernando.
This session, over which the
Very Rev. Canon M. E. FParquhar
will preside, is open to the general
Formal opening of the confer-
ence will be made by Mr, R.
Patrick, the Director of Education,
at 10 o'clock in the morning.
This will be followed by a business
session beginning two o'clock In
the afternoon when there will be
discussed the reconstitution of
the union and the proposed
amendment of the Education

U.S. Gospel Team
Plan Public Rally
The American Servicemen's Pro-
testant Gospel Team, led by U.S.
Chaplain R. Davenport, will
launch their Colony-wide Chris-
tian Campaign with a bic public
rally at the Prince's .Building at
I o'clock tomorrow night, under
the auspices of the Trinidad Fed-
eration of Evangelical Churches.
The Rev. J. H. Poole will Intro-
duce the Team and the pro-
gramme will include addresses,
musical Items and personal testi-
The Gospel Team have also ar-
ranged a series of meetings at
various churches on the Island
aind will lead off at St. John's
Church on Sunday August 13.
They will visit Tranquillity Church
on Auguast 20 and on the following
week-end will speak at Princes

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Oatlclsng the B1. union oam- t te h -- -
daLs It is stated, recall that they is"W either the Director is given
had asked Government to confer under ectlons 1. 2 and 3 power to
on the Director of Education power Ppint, dismiss. transfer or sus-
to appoint, transfer, di s and p teachers or he is not, and in
Suspend teachers, with a view to any event there is too much am-
rgularlaing the service of teacher bigulty about the matter especially
and at the same time. minnt ag concerns the employment of
or removing the anoT nli el teacher. i
concomittant with the eXW- "The union falls to see it the Dl-
eis of this power by the denomi- rectr, under sub-section 9, does not
national boards of management, Propol to initiate action in a par-
and that the Board of EducatioMn tcular case against a teacher,
had recommended to Government whero the boards should be given
that the Director should -utte power to eProceed. It is felt that
such power, th Director Is to Initiate action,
But in the view of the union the and where he, with reason does
Inclusion of tub-ection o e not propose to do so. the board's
3 in the Bill now before the Legit- nterpositlon would be of the na-
lature, leaves teachers liable to ture of a persecution.
greater risks of vitiisatl i than "The union has no mlsgivinpg as
they are at the present moment, o the application of sub-.section 4
for the simple reason that the dO- of section 3 and asks that inas-
nominatlonal boards will have the much as it overrides or nullifies to
right to deem any teacher already some extent sections I, 2 and 3, It
employed "no longer suitable on should be deleted as a whole.
religious grounds," and so leave
such a teacher exposed to the risk NEW TO W.l.
of being forced into retirement. "Subsei introduces a ea
B "Sub-section a, introduces a fee-
EFFICIENCY TEST lure non-existent In any education
code In the British Colonies of the
"Sub-section 6 provides that the Caribbean, that a teacher of an
Governor may call on the Director assisted school, deemed no longer
and Board of Management for full suitable on religious grounds, for
reports in substantiation of a employment threat, shall be
charge of general inefficiency. The transferred to another school, or It
union feels that the inefficient such a transfer cannot be conven-
teacher Is a hindrance to educa- lently arranged-he will have his
tional advancement, but It is at a service terminated There are 292
loss to know what means have primary schooLs in the Colony. of
these boards of directly ascertain- these 46 are Government schools
ing the efficiency of teachers. If and 247 are assisted schools. How
efficiency in teaching religion is can the 247 teachers in a.sisted
Implied, or Intended, then the schools, who may be deemed no
union has still to ask where In the longer suitable for employment
code is it laid down that efficiency threat, be satisfied that they will
in teaching religion is a condition be conveniently given refuge in 46
for, promotion, yearly Increment, Government, schools?
dismissal, etc. Even if that were "Will vacancies conveniently behr
so, how will the Governor have the created for religious refugees in
means of testing the validity of In these? The promise of transfer,
such full report? Is he to rely on the union holds, would, in the last
ex part evidence to deprive a analysis be of little or no avail, and
teacher of his livelihood? the bulk of the teachers-however
"The union appreciates the rea- suitable otherwlse--however long
sons given for the change which and meritorious their Rcrviee will
the Bill seeks to establishabut cer- have to face the dark possibility of
tainly feels that the net proceeds enforced resignation.
from the change are, from the "hen what is especially Aurprls-
teachers' point of view, definitely Ing Is that the boards are not re-
inconsistent with the Board of Quired by the provision to explain
Education's recommendations to the nature of the relitious groinds
Government. The Bill, as It stands, that disqualifies him for an honest
has conceded, to management livelihood.
boards by far, wider powers than ---- ---
they hitherto had. It has Increased
the teachers' fears of victimisation, Personnel Officer
and undermined their security.' r on l O fc
Revealing the union's stand
against the Bill, an official told eno frinidal Iouardiant brs
the -Trinidad Guardian" yester- been officially informed that Mr.
day: R. T. Milne, until recently Per-
"Under the Education Code of onnel Officer on the staff of the
1915, states the union, teachers Colonial Secretariat, left yesterday
cannot be dismissed on grounds of for Nigeria, West Africa, to resume
unsuitability. They are at a loss his substantive post of Administra-
te know why, in Initiating the Live Officer In the Government of
change based on their long and that Colony from where he was
strong appeals, the Bill should seconded for duty here two years
provide Instruments which would ago.
strike at the very root of their Mr. Milne Is succeeded here by
security of office. Mr. J. p. de Nobrlga. Senior
"Attitude taken up by the union Clerk, Colonial Secretariat.

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Separate Tenders aore invited up to 3.00 p.m. a s
SATURDAY, 19th AUGUST, 1944, to run (a) Ion
under the Public Stand, Paddock, Members' Stand oand
Grounds, and (b) Tea Room on the four (4) days of
the Santa Rosa Races, 1944.
(1) Tenders for Bars must be accompanied by e -
Ast of prices at which drinks will be sold on Race Days
at each Bar. (2) Allocation of all booths to be erected
on the grounds is subject to the approval of tke Man-
agement Committee.
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hContinued Defence War

Shows Wehrmacht Weakness

H r ITLU'S Inability to wage offensive
m warfare against the Allied asaults in
At a yst and West and In northern Italy
baa long being admitted, and even his
-Zh ensove strategy has been weakened by
-t.b division in the German military
ion wdershi exposed by the recent plot
_aasg the generals and the subsequent

Spurge. To say this, however, Is not to
dismiss the Wehrnacht as already de-
fited, for In spite of serious setbacks on
al front It remains a force to be reck-
aced with, whose destruction will require
tbe coordinated application of the maxi-
1Uma power of the Allied armies.
Th German effort In the West has
bmR delaying, but it cannot stop, the
progress ot the Anglo-American forces.
Whatever chance Hitler had of destroy-
in f the armies of liberation was lost In
ho early stages of the two months' old
terasion. The counter-attack which he
Vw" expected to deliver In force did not
Smaterialise and now, with the Invading
branH ofmly established on both the
Normarndy and Brittany peninsulas, he
bas no alternative but to fight a delaying
action while endeavouring to retreat to
the inner defences of his fortress. It Is
doubtful whether Hitler will cormmit
large forces to a battle with the Anglo-
SAmerican armies before they reach Ocr-
men IL Ne may attempt to stand be-
Sftl ot leit LIne, but that will be
@1 O-ft aval, as be himself proved it
sued be outflanked, and experience in
O ieM theatres has shown beyond all
.doubt that the strongest static defences
-h an be demolished by the co-ordinated
Wue of the modern weapons of war.
It It obvious that Hitler will try to
bold as long as he can to that section of
Sthe FWrench coast which guards the nar-
rowest part of the Channel, for It is only
,yh doing so he can delay the pouring into
j 1tince of vaster mn.sses of Allied sup-
pies, retain his robot bomb nests, and
prevent the severing of his line of retreat
from Paris. The nearest Allied forces are
now only 100 miles from thAt French capi-
tal, and there Is speculation on whether
Hitler will attempt to defend it. That
hwil not be easy to do, but it is possible
t here, as elsewhere. Hitler will put
prestige above all considerations of good
sense and safety.
While in the West the kermans have
"-much space over which to fight before
the war reaches German soil. In the East
the Invasion of their territory Is perilous-
ly 1We. The Wehrmacht is now fighting
on the line of the Vistula River. which Is
.the last strong natural barrier before
-Hitler's Reich is reached. The enemy
has, no doubt, built fortifications but

they are M liko y to top the a l-cm.
ero Red Army than other MIe far-
te**~s whieh were bobtateedbysre
naturalma t*tM =e 0 the
enemy is ofcetofs styoa nrestance, but
when our AMles have gathered them re-
quisite strength there can be no doubt
that they will drive deep into the soil
which Hitler once believed could never be
touched by Invading armies. The Wehr-
macht may retreat as Hitler's Intuition
directs them. but they will soon reach
the limit beyond which they cannot go.
when they must stand up and fight
against superior forces crowding in on
all sides.

R.A.F. Typhoons Celebrate

Start Of Battle Of Britain

FOUR years ago yesterday--August 8,
1940--the Battle of Britain began.
The mighty Luftwaffe attacked the
"tight little island" with all they had got
and spread death and destruction north,
south, east, and west. London was set
on fire, Coventry and Plymouth were laid
in ruins, and huge areas at Liverpool,
Portsmouth, Bristol, and Hull became a
shambles. According to the Nazis, this
attack was to be the prelude to invasion
and conquest, and already they had
made their plans for Hitler to head a
victory march through the metropolis.
Then came the day of "the few to whom
so many owed so much," for the tiny
Royal Air Force sprang to the challenge,
hit back at the great Nazi air fleets, and
smashed them out of the skies'by the
hundred. Working round the clock, the
men of the R.AF. performed prodigious
feats that will live for ever as shining
examples of superb courage and supreme
devotion. Behind them stood a nation
of stoics who endured the ordeal with
confidence unshaken and colours still
flying. Together they won the Battle of
What this great victory meant to the
fight of democracy against the Nazi
forces of evil is immeasurable. Without
it there might not have been anything
left of democracy, for with Britain con-
qurred the Nazis would have turned their
full strength first on Russia and then on
America, and possibly later on Japan to
fulfil their greed for world domination.
That, indeed, was their scheme. How
near it came to success no one knows,
hut the certainty is that Britain blasted
the scheme out of probability as her
R.A.F. blasted the Luftwaffe out of the
By way of celebrating the anniver-
sary, British and Canadian rocket-firing
Typhoons had a remarkable success in
France over the week-end. Responding
to a call to help In clearing German ar-
moured columns that were counter-
attacking American positions east of
Avranchos, the "Tiffics" roared in to
scorp a major victory. Th"'y destroyed
nearly 100 of the 163 tanks that were
blasted, set on fire, or disabled, as well as
battering another 60 motorlsed vehicles.
The counter-attack failed completely and
the Americans continued without serious
delay in Allied operations which included
the crossing of the River Orne by the
British Second Army, including Canadian
troops. This move is of vast importance,
for it.is aimed at the strongest part of
the German line which already, accord-
ing to a high Allied officer, shows definite
signs of cracking. The same authority
says that the next three weeks will see
the Battle of France reach Its decisive
Over the week-end the United Nations
have reported progress on every battle-
field from the Prussian border to Flor-
ence, New Guinea and Guam to Burma,
and there has been a corresponding in-
crease In the feeling of optimism that the
August holiday may be the last to be
overshadowed by the horrors of war-at
least, so far uas Europe is concerned. But
we must be ready for whatever comes.






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Letter. To
The Edter


More Peoinl Sttiens
Urged For Son Juan
The d34ev, ftnig Omuto."
'rh recent eletc to fil two
vacant seat O the 1t. Am'sm -
Delo Martin Local Road Board
called for some Improvements.
I desire to bri to theb noU eof
the authorities the Inaequate
number of polUIn tatlom, epe-
clally at San Juan. Thi faet, I
am sumre, can be upportid by the
warden of the district, who can
certainly give ftinrst-hand Informa-
tion of the situation as he saw It.
It this proare-lve a O then if
a great awakening In our political
consciousness hence tbhe taxpayerm
are deslrous of supportifn the
candidate or candidates who can
serve them beat.
It Is elementary knowledge that
due to this renewal in our politi-
cal outlook more people, who are
eligible to vote, will want to exer-
clie that constitutional right than
hitherto. As a result, the num-
ber of polling stations In the past
will definitely be insufficient to-
day, especially In a Road Board
election where the qualification
needed is the payment in taxes of
one shilling upwards.
Due to this shortage of polling
stations in San Juan I understand
that more than 200 taxpayer were
turned away and denied the priv-
ilege and the right to exercise
their votes as provided for In the
democratic system which is so
lofty in its aims, Ideals and
This. in my opinion. is a highly
unsatisfactory state of affairs. and
should immediately awaken the
eyes of the competent authority
to Wee that San Juan-the district
often neglected-be provided with
more olling stations to accommo-
date the rising and progressive
number of voters who desire to
have their say In the atfarfs of
this Colony.
A proper voters' list, which will
save a great deal of valuable time,
should also be drawn up if the
taxpayers of this land are to be
satisfied in political matters so
far as Local Road Board elections
are concerned.
I hope that the authorities con-
cexned will be actuated to give
this highly important matter the
atter.tlon which It deerves.
San Juan .
Court's Decision Lauded
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian*
The decision of the Appeal
Court, comprising His Hiunour
H. W. B. Blackall, Chief Justice,
and Mr. Justice J. L. M. Peres, In
favour of the lad, Baboolal. beaten
by thret policemen, while in cus-
tody on a charge of robbery
with violence, at the St. Joseph
Police Station, allowing him
costs, and sending the case back
to the magistrate with Instruc-
tions to convict the policemen
and impMoe such sentence as to
him seems fit, should be a never-
forgotten lesson and a deterrent
to all others whofmay be In-
clined to abuse the powers giiveM
them by law.
It would be well if more police-
men would realise that one of
the most essential part of their
duties towards the public in, co-
operation, and In that ito s m-
bodied all the other phases Of

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the law which assist materially in
reforming the delinquent.
As expressed by the learned
judges, the Appeal Court is al-
ways loath to disturb the find-
ings of a magistrate on a question
of fact, but the judges added
that In a proper ease they could
not shrink from doing so.
A view of the past records of
eminent judges. proves their al-
legiancet and integrity to their highI
calling. for example, I recall two
distinguished Judges whose dec-
,ions and remarks have been
landmarks to those to follow
similar callings.
Sir William Gescolge of the
days of Henry IV% who in-
curred thes displeasure of that
monarch by decllalng to carry out
his command to sentence to death
Archbishop Scrape and Ba. Mow-
bray, accused of fomenting rebel-
lion, whie o another occasion he
sentenced a am (afterwards
HenryV), for riotous conduct in
court, with the following rebuke:
"I have sworn to do justice and
justice I shall do."
Lord Atkins in his decision at
the Privy Council dealing with
a case from this Colony said.
"Justice Is not a cloistered virtue."
F. L. MtiGUI .
Editor's Note.-ergt. Vitor
Pier a and L 'pI. John Bailey.
two of the three policeaan to
whom our correspondent refers,
were each fined 0 with $M cm-
pensation, while Oonst. Aldwin
Parker, who. t11, was held, had
acted indr instructioM, wa
ordered to pay $15 and $l0 coin-
penatton by Mr. K. L. Gordon In
the Tunapunma Poaie Coest

Lions Steal Thi Show.

Berlin Friction With Tokyo

Reaches Peak Of Divergence

Friction between Japan and
Germany, hitherto carefully con-
cealed In Axis broadcasts, has
reached a peak in recent weeks.
Latest evidence is a statement
on Sovlet-Japanes relations by
Shoso Muraysma, a diplomatic
writer, In a recent issue of the
"International Review" In Japan.
Although asserting that Japan's
relations with the Soviet Union
should be drasticallyy revised" on
the basis of Japan's position In
world affairs, Mr. Murayama made
a bid for the friendship of Ger-
many's No. 1 enemy by suggesting
that Japan and Russia could go
"hand in band" In developing a
new political structure.
The statement was broadcast
over a Japanese-controlled station
in Shanghai, and monitored by the
Foreign Broadcast Intelligence
P:rvice of the Federal Communi-
cations Commission.
Detailed reports of growing
strife have been published in the
newspapers of neutral countries
for several weeks. Early in June
the Stockholm newspaper "'Afton-
tidnlngen" said that Dr. Helmut
Wohlthat, chairman of the Nazi
economic mission in Japan, had re-
turned to Germany on a subma-
rine. It added that the reports he
brought back had unfavorablyy
influenced relations between Japan
and Germany,"
While Dr. Wohlthat was in
Japan, according to the article,
the Japanese had closed the offices
of the German chemical concern,
S0. Farbenlndustrie, and "550
German businessmen lost their
trading licences."
The Nazis were reported to have
been angry over Japan's continued
shipment of wolfram to Russia
"despite German protests," and
over the fact that the Japanese
had done nothing to stop the
"nearly 230,000 tons of shipping
that reached Vladivostok during
recent months."
Racial Superiority
Another sore point is the treat-
ment of Dutch NTais in the Neth-
erlands Bast Indies as enemy
aliens, in line with the Japanese
propaganda line of racial superi-
ority over all white rame. On June
1 the Dutch news agency Aneta
reported the folowing quotation
ftrom Volk an Vaderland" a Dutch
Nal weekly:
"'d Cros messages justify the
conclusion that many, if not all, of
the Dutch Nas Party's honorary
members in the XJLI., who were
improved by the Netherlanmds
I7ndle Government after the in-
vasio of Holland, have not been
released by the Japanese but have
remained in concentration camps
after the Invasion of the Indies.'
@me Masatao military co-opers-
tIon-parteularly on the technical
side-coTtinuto be abroad. De-
spite their difference, the Ger-
mans and Japanese staffs are co-

operating wherever it is to their
mutual advantage to do so.
But at the same time, basic
military differences exist. An ar-
ticle in the "Journal de Geneve,"
Switzerland, pointed out that soon
after Japan entered the war It
sent a military mission of 30 offi-
cers led by General Bansal to
Berlin, to work out plans for con-
certed action looking toward the
joining of Axis military forces In
India or at the Persian Gulf. But
when the Nasl attack on Stalin-
gr;d failed. General Bansal became
openly critical. He said that hts
mission had become meaningless,
and returned to Tokyo.
Subs Wanted
Hitler then appealed to the Jap-
anese Ambassador, Lieut. Gen.
Hiroshi Oshima, but he reached
the same conclusion after a visit
to the front, according to the Swiss
newspaper. This spring the Ger-
mans were said to have demanded
that Japan put submarines at
their disposal, but the Japanese re-
fused, saying that they needed
them In the Pacific to Me down
American forces there.
Ideological differences also un-
derlie the friction. Nazi theories
of racial superiority have always
been unacceptable to the Japa-
nese, who believe that their own
mission is to rule the entire world.
Allied propagandists have never
allowed them to forget how Hitler
said in "Meij Kampf" that the
Japanese would never be able to
achieve anything if they were left
without "Aryan guidance."
The Nazis have been unable to
persuade Japanese authorities to
t them relay German propaganda
programmes to the Japanese home
audience by medium wave-radio.
The Japanese Government has ar-
gued that German short-wave
nsminltters already are sufficiently
powerful so that exists.; pro-
grammes can be heard in Japan.
This is so but the Japanese people
are not allowed to have short-wave
receivers, under pain of imprison-
ment or execution.
German Demands

Robert Bellale, repatriated Uni-
td Press correspondent in Tokyo.
reported on his return to America
that the Germans have demanded
three things of the Japanese:
I. The use of former German
Islands In the Pacific (now partly
In American hands) as German
"bases from which to attack the
United Stlates."
2. A major share of the booty
gleaned from the Netherlands lh-
dies, which the Nazis claimed to,
have Inherited when they occupied
3. Major economic concessions
in Occupied China.
None of these demands was gran.
ted. Instead. Japan lumped all non-
German businesses together In its
official announcement of policy for
the occupied areas saying that they
might operate freely "provided
they accept complete Japanese di-
rection as to policy and operation."
-Christian Science Monitor.

Insect Powder Checks Fever Spread

DOT, the US. Army's Insect
powder, which has been used
with great effect against the spread
of typhus in Europe, was recently
onspieuous in the news.
The powder kills lice, termites.
moths, roaches, bedbugs, fleas, Jap-
anew beetles, corn borers and other
Inect pests. DOT is short for
dichlorodiphenyl triehlorethane.
No new discovery is DDT. It was
orNt ynthelsed in 1874 by Othmar
Zeidler of Strasbourg and described
In sat lines in the proceedings of
the German Chemical Society. Its
inaect-klling propeMrties were dis-
"overed In 'h laboratories of J. R.
ilgy and Co. of Basde, Swituerland,
in IM3 when the Swiss potato crop
was threatened with destruction by
American beetles. oon a&M the
outbreak of the war Geigy and Co.
reported to the American military
atahe at Geneva that the powder
could kill typhus-carrying lice,
At present DDT Is made by
several companies in this country.
one of these alone has manufac-
tured enough to protect more than
000.o000 persons against typhus
or one month. And still the supply
is sufficient only for the armed
forces. A small amount, however. is
reserved for agricultural use.
DT is harmless by itself. When
mixed with tale or kgr e t is
deadly to insects but barmlets to
mtan, so far as the evidenee goe.
When it Is thus prepared and
sprinkled on clothing it retains Its
ina01t46dal power through e iht
S prayed on walls it wil
keepfles away for three months.
DOT demonstrated Its effltaey
brilliantly in Naple last October
when typhus, a drtad tseae In
evoe arm mWae Its app s
&NOWa M stheel's IlababdL lana..Ias

sands had been living In bomb-
shelters where rats and vermin
swarmed and where sanitary "ar-
rangements were virtually non-
existent. Lice were prevalent, and
cases of typhus were found. Col.
W. S. Stone, chief of the United
States Army's Section of Preven-
tive Medicine for the North African
Theatre of Operations, realized the
danger and took steps to enforce
counter-measures. He needed DDT
but he had none. He turned to the
Rockefeller Foundation's team and.
with Its aid, controlled at the very
beginning what might have become
a formidable epidemic.
The team in question was created
In 1943 to continue war-onme
studies of promise. It consists of
Dr. John B. ydar, Dr. Charles M.
Wheeler, Dr. Trod L Stooer, Dr.
W. A. David, Dr. Floyd S. Markham
and Dr. Louis A. Riehl. Its Bststep
w"s to fly a medical staff andati
typhus material forn Cairo to
By December 26, the fight against
typhus was on. Active cases were
located and treated and whole
famlles ad their Seative and
friends were dusted with the oIUe-@
killer. But t was only the be.
sinning. The 7m bm tesk of alwan
the delousing of the entire popu-
Postoe and the Press tnvited
ePop to visit one of the 40 deio.
ng stations where the powderwa
bown Into tUsersand skirts,
ses, collars, tucks, folds and
s eams. Nobody was ed to tmrp.

and b, b ~ rutt

g.1 ... c ea, to eisnfeot thi
wahrof sow osam eue
We sh toa B h abp
We^* bee an of <

Government Not

Public Works Depart.
Mont-Trinidad &

WaMted for Admiralty Works
Branch a temporary draughtsman
with at lest mth yeae exper-
aence. adMats must be able to
anm Umbar mad masonry strue-
turbw pmpsr working drawin&L
extract quantitlea and estma
They must also be able to make
dmple chain surveys and to ue
dumpy level. Knowledge of I tel
work and reinforced concrete de-
ign would be an advantage.
Salary scale $104-5-4120 per
month plus Temporary War Allow-
anee which on $104 is at present
Applicants, If given an itwrview,
will be r=qred to bring with them
taetbmol from previous employ-
enr and specimens of their draughts-
manmhip. They may be required to
undergo a short test In design and
Applications giving age and full
particulars of experience should be
addressed to the Director of Public
Works, I., Edward Street, Port-of-
Spain, to reach his office on or
before 10th August, 1944.


The Planning and Housing
Commission has under considera-
ion the question of leasing a pTr-
tion of land at Morvant to any
person derous of erecting a
bulldlng for use a a Cinema.
Any person who may be inter-
ested are invited to submit appli-
cations to the Commission for the
lease of such a site stating the
main terms on which they will be
prepared to take such a lease and
submit at the same tUime planI
and specflcationa of the buling
proposed to be erected.
All applications should reach the
commission not later than the
31sat August. 1944.
E. T. KUNT1,
Planning and Housing
X St. Vincent Street,
14th July, 1944.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
July, 1944
Vacaniees For

Cslinalal i

Axpeisne.A ppoin
pei, mma, AN

n oztrat fot thI

rtmmn by annual n
to lawja plu+ toiMl
anee with a Ioooa
Vton a t the a

dalar ror teama
tWe ldebysm m

aend phoalde on i
=!t' Mevle wtfty
leres t atverst an
thaim & o s
:Perd Aern
Yeard on a sal
rising by annualkmn
to $4,=mplus t"o
anne with a bonut*s

lon ation the rate
salary for eseb

se t he payable oni I
terest at 3% per as
the fullaterm Of the
complete. On theI

be provided for the,
and his wife ahd ch
codlng 4 persona 1
and vacation leave
alx weeks for es
twelve months ser
allowance Is payable
propriate Regulatio
Applications should
to the Colonial I
House, Port-of-Spat
not later than the 31
Acting oli

It is notified for -
mation that surface a
in Trinidad for St,
tween the period th k
July were lost at ma at
an accident.

General Post

The Public Is hereig
Bridgke No. 3 at I
Cumuto Roma, which
all wheel traffile,
such traffic.
Public Works Depat
August. 1B,L

Applications are invited for ap- GOVerMv M
potimnat as Dispensern in the Trinihdad
Health Department. The minimumwn
qualification required Is that of an --
Assisatant Druggist and appointees Hindi Interpre l
may be required to serve in any Assistant ,
part of the Coloony. Preference Victuk
wil be given to applicants between V
20 and 10 years of age. These --"Wo
posts are whole time and pensilo'o Appllcaions a r
vacant post Of W"',
able, and carr a salary of $600-- and Clerical A
00-960-9--$1,440 per annum, ful. Magistracy, Victora.
ly qualified druggists will com.- The pet
menace at 730 per annum. In ad- the commencing -i
edition, temporary war allowance rate of $40 a year.
increments of U ON ,1
is payable, and then b tW
Appoientm would be on pro- crements of to
nation far two years oIn the first 3 -. T. succeaful
instance and would be subject to be required to a
puain a medical examination. [etionastophyil
... ] ~be required to !vi
Applications should be addressed proficiencyy lan Hd
to the Director of Medical Ser- 4 Appllcatlon UUs '
vices and should reach his office,. drooe to th OB34
not later than 15th Aujust, 1944. I not later thatM 15
ERROL L d ANT and must be ont
ERROL L. doe SANTOS, form which can be
Acting Colonial Secretary. the Secretarial.


Interchange of Tyre& and Tubes FrW;
Vehicle to Another in the Same Owi

As the Regulations on the interchange of tyres frt _A
to another In the same ownership are not clearly uno UI.
persons owning "more than one vehicle It is notified for
tion that this is allowed without the permission of the
when such tyres have not been acquired under per '
Board for saome specific purpose.
If the tyre have been acquired for a specific purpose
Is allowed if the tyres will continue to be used for the
as that stated in the permit.
In all other cases permissulon in writing from the raz
gency Board must be obtained before any Interchange of W
made. *1 ,|
If a fleet owner had trucks engaged In delivering
and other trucks working for the Hydraulic Department
tubes acquired under a permit from the Board for the
for the Hydraulic Department could not be used on
llverming aerated water.
If a jitney complete with tyres ha# been actquitred
from the Board by a person who also owns a taxi the
be mtehbaned between the two vehicles without pe
Ing from the Board.
Tyr& and tubes acquired under a permit from th 1W
coaNatOd for breaches of these Regulations.

i. G. ^~
Secretary, Transport



The Quests.apM sfor the Teaehert mad th
UM1 have a"qa4the
ggMW ^ativeWd sa
short I*ntar*a stueem Uss, rtvsl ead Ste ssilg5S~
t_ Stm tblni. r I. to m tmem fM
01111 h e hMid 610
"d aUB ad the FOR iW
heldsAMt Ssf.3
** cL

-Sate %lam

C Unerd
rlz A


with heavy
es are moving
adaneed units
reached the port
te Germuan
battle Is mounting
'a4 Semicircle some
outside the
SAmericanM are
Way within the last
the town with no

1y Allies
Glider Troops
| Aug. 8 (AP)-
, Allied glider troops
IL o the Loire River
5r Saiint Nazaire In
general Omar Brad-
dani forces moving
k the base of the
-m00 a. There wa
I reported of the offer
UO to surrender to
*-*Te Aerianaare
ki.eircle close around
Sno word of an actual
h fr the Avranches
a Brittany and
*V Amerieans held
"* recaptured Mortain
Wr-slugglng it out
M tanks for control of
rsusmel with the out-
Sbe determined. The
Supon intensity to
That failedl Pres-
whole German salient
M the Allies cap-[
seven miles south-1
thte north flank of;
i drive is clearly
The attack ex-
tare all the way froa
of the Orne to
the Falalse road
lt highway to Paris.
Id a halt miles south-
t6e Canadians over-
na:d ,Rooaltancourt.
stions at Mlly La
May-sur-Orne and
SManrm1n, south of
W-Pssed and are bei t
quotes Howard Mar-
1.C. reporter, who Is
Idr, as saying to-
I\bini are going
h$t adds this warn-
ermans, he say,
a Ve tremendous
Maly, but they are
. When the Allies
attack last night
Sbe 1,000 heavies,
Ridlu and the ar-
tlt by armoured
-was terrife and It
l but for all that
i came and although
had broken right
ayposutions, they
!rvillagep strong-
\m fighting was
brng too optm-
il It Is reasonable
t the whole Ger-
Mn in Normandy
Sot breaking loose."]


Colonial Office Set
New Sugar Quota
New arrangement In the distri-
bution of special sugar perference
certificates to the colonies shows
an Increase from 360,000 tons to
400,000 tons at the special colonial
rate, according to a "West India
Committee Circular" of recent date.
Under the Aew distribution
scheme certificate quota for Bar-
bados remains at 357, British Gui-
ann at lOft Antlua 100, Trinidid
480. and St. Lucia 25.
Quota for Jamaica on the other
hand has Jumped from 230 to 451
while St. Kitta formerly allowed
100, will now have 105. and St. Vin-
cent formerly allowed 6 will now
have none.



yh Department of Agriculture offers for sale a
... of 10 donkeys. Preference will be given to
*_who lost their animals in the recent outbreak of
0fncepholomyelitis (Sleeping Sickness).
if1 de ta and prices are given below:-
I JACKS-10 h aMids at 41. each.
I JACK".. hands at $38.00 ek.
%.2 8 JENN-E hands at amM e"ch.
gPhetion should be made to the Offlcer-in-Charge, >ov-

Z of Agriculture,

Acting Director of Agriculture.


Oo0 Pairs



Price, $4. per pair.



Ample Supplies


Eight German Officers

Hanged After Sentence
: I'he German e alut be able to return to a free and
given Go# u u by Germ s happy Germany."
"'K SSl~'atwn Io rThe revolt mitht have succeeded
*1 n .te l0weriedr o France f the announeemIent
oat In the Senate of the People's that Hitler is t" alive bad not
Oourt. Rola Prelaer waFroesd- so quickly become known. The
det and Chlef Reich Proseecutor story comes from Paris that Just
Lauts headed the staff prosecuting before the botab attack dvialonal
tw Sec"h ea. commmnders throughout France
tI to be questioned, an- received a meage that Hitter was
-wered a sle a"Yes" when asked dead and the Oenaral Staff was
If he wa involved In the sassaat- taking over. Soldiers in the Paris
turn plans a arly a the summer garrison were said to have aur-
a 132.- rounded the Gestapo headquarters
~t 'AS tatement Involved his there and kept it. under guard for
tmewdiate senior, former artillery some hours. Within a short time,
Os Wagr, reported by Bar- however, a special representative
Un to havy committed suicide of Hitler, a general, arrived at the
after tBhe 1t's failure, headquarters in France to aee for
WtAleben admitted to the court himself that order war main-
he was "Involved in this matter." tained. Hitler spoke over the radio
IN admitted vtlting former Col.- and the officers who might other-
Gfeneral Ludwig Beck, the other wise have acted accepted the at-
portd suicide, in February, 1943 tempted revolt as a failure.
at which they agreed the men-
heading the military strategy
oe""wr lm HeavyBombers
under Hitler were "not good" H ea
while th "good ones" were ellm-
The president asked who would A ck s
he more fitted to head the mlli- tt c i
qA& WltIebe answered: "Two;
[Reuter quotes Berlin as say- By Reuter's Corresondent
Ing tonlgbt that five more high LONDON August S-About 6,000
army officers, Including two tons of bombs were dropped by
nerals have still to come up 1,000 R.A.P. heavy bombers in one
r trial. hour's steady bombing of the
hinge of the German line, just
Anti-Hitler Plot Failure south of Caen last night.
Alter Germans' Outlook It was the first time heavy bom-
bers had operated in close tacti-
5y LOUIS NEVIN cal support of grouhd troops at
LONDON, Aug. 'AP)---Failure night, and the new tactics used
Of the plot against Hitler, coupled achieved success. Crews were un-
With advances on all fronts are animous that bombing was parti-
apparently rapidly altering the out- cularly accurate. "Scene below was
look of the fighting Germans. Ac- like a pin target of winking lights
cording to advices from inside and flashes," one pilot said.
France, many Germans, especially Targets were east of the
older men, are pessimistic because Orne astride the road to Falaise.
they believe that failure of the None of the targets was more than
plot also dissolved the only chance 700 or 800 yards in radius, though
of quickly bringing the war to an they were dotted about over anI
end, But S.8. Elte Corps) men area of 10 to 12 lies. They had to
are more and more taking a lead- be attacked with pinpoint ascu-
ing part in the battle for France, racy. and to do this bombers came
seemingly convinced that their down low.
only chance is to fight harder "
than they ever fought before. LORD SWINTON ILL
This Is the picture that has LONDON, Aug. 8 (Reuter)--
been received here from France Viscount Swinton Is home on
through trusted channels usually leave from his post as Resident
well informed: Field-Marshal Minister in West Africa, suffering
von Runstedt's removal alone from a slight attack of malaria.
was a sharp blow to official He hopes to be about again in a
France. Arrest of other officials few days.
following the reported attack H U
on Hitler, created a considerable HOUSE FOR SALE
feeling of repression. Some offi-
ha in the northern city have
packed their suitcases in the be- Chattel House-No. 6
lef that they are leaving shortly T rodge Place, Sealed
either as part of an evacuation or ae,
because of the end of the war. Offers in writing r
Tension between 8.8. and other er in riing are
army units increases noticeably, invited addressed to
but so far no open clash has been
reported, the Public Trustee,
Communist groups are being
organized; this unconfirmed, but R e d House, a n d
parsons who have known Germany
for yes say a new Commumnist marked "Offer 6
movement might easily coincide Pae
with the end of the war. LodgePlace."
i ndlcative stUll of the existing _
upndergrounl movement among
Germaa la this leaflet circulated
secretly after the Hitler plot: "Do
not despair: your leader are still /
at work. The war will soon be ended A
by the overthrow of the regime.e c i
You wilt be called upon to act
when the time come, and as a I
reward for the patriotic attitude D
you will be asked to show you will




are available

throughout the colony

19 Killed as Roo'
d OSM Aug. 8 (AP)-It wua
disclosed today that u civilians
and four Brth troops were
kilMed when a roof of a Brith
army workabop at Tor Saplanm
Iin the vicinity of Rome. olo
lapsed during an extremely
heavy rainstorm yesterday.
Twenty-six were injured and
possible others trapped In the


Escapes Nazis
LONDON, Aug. 5 (Reuter)-One
or the oddest stories has come out
of Brittany in these days when the
AliUes are advancing so quickly that
they do not know whether they are
on their own round or the ene-
It was told to Robin Duff,
B.B.C. reporter, not so long ago. A
French colonel in uniform was
driving up the Brest Peniusula
when hn turned a corner and met a
German unit guarding the road.
There was not much the colonel
could do except to wait to be taken
He waited until a German sol-
dier opened his car door and asked
to see his pass. The colonel ave
it to him and he expected the
worst: but the worst did not hap-
pen because the German looked at
his pass stepped bauk. clipped his
heels, and told the colonel that he
could drive on.
The puzzled French colonel, the
B.B.C. correspondent said, did drive
op until he found the nearest
American unit.
Reported to have been Injured In
a motor accident yesterday morn-
ing, Mr. Lionel A. Weekes, clerk at
the General Post Office, was de-
tained at the Colonial Hospital for
treatment. Mr. Weeks, it is under-
stcod, was alighting from a ,bus
when he became Involved with a
passing vehicle,

Ernest Augustus
late *ft Woodferd Lodge Estate,
in the Ward of Chaguanas, in
the Island of Trinidad, Planter,

ALL persons having any claims
or demands against the Estate of
the above-named deceased are
requested to send particulars of
their claims or demands to the
undersigned at the undermentioned
address on or before the S1st day
of August, 1944.
of Nos. Hla & 13 St. Vin-
cant Street, Solicitors for
Harold Ernest Robinson,
the sole executor of the last
Will of the deteaed.


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First Served-.
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C.O.D. Orders
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Idol .......... $1.43 pr.
No. 300 $1.37 pr.
Melko -... $1.29 pr.
Woventex-. .70 pr.
Walton elasticc


.58 pr.




I I 18 Frederick Street
75 Quem Street

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. -,. LUCKY
r.BJ.CC. PBAO.A., F.I.O.
Ophthalmic Optician
37 Park Street, P.O..
M Coffee steet. San rd.

.By. OD R of Adam Clayton
Smith and Claude Marshall
ID"ll ConeA u Trustees of the
estate of lrd Itytcott Bovell.
dessed. the admslgend will
OWfr o aO by Puble Auction
t n3. .ITat. Vinoant street
(uPstta) on Wedneadsy the 23rd
day. O August, 144 ALL AND
IKOULAR that valuable freehold
p*Wny known a '" hurttB"
emr Part of the etate of the
aid deceased situate at thb. cor-
ner of Dandrade and ttaW
Streets at Paradise in the Ward
of Tocarigua in the Island ao
Thinldad comprising ONE AC R
and XX P4RCHX more or le
whish saMi lads comprise te
Northern ptlon of the pared of
la" defi5Ubod in CorUgeta of
Tiin Venume CXX = olio I3m,
and Is boamdd an the North by
O0 M e tns w on the uVt by
PSdn"4 *!m1on the South by
104 of Hh Adela HuttlaRian
n on.the Weast byand 9
1106 0r ches sat sA l y
prehaw M be shY4

Ated this1fthe Fm 4.
jl w I' w y mB^a- ^
1hk m 4wM

One Believed

Dead In P.A.A.

'Plane Crash
HAVANA, Aug. I (AP)-A four-
motored Pan-American Airway
seaplane, carrying about 26 pas-
sengers. crashed at Antilla, Impor-
tan airline crossroads on the
northeastern coast of Cuba shortly
after noon today. First report said
the "plane sank.
Pint unconfirmed reports said
one woman was killed in the crash
and various other passengers hurt.
Details were slow to arrive dew to
the Isolated locality of the Seld.
Pan American Divisional Head-
quarters in Miami said the 'plane
was bound from San Juan, Puerto
Rico, to Miami and 28 persons were
aboard. Salvage operations began
immediately to determine whether
there were other bodies in the hull
of the 'plane, crashed in an attempt
to take-off from Antilla.

Polish Patriots
Appeal For Arms
LONDON, August I (Reuter)-
Urgent appeal for arms and am-
munition was received here today
from General Bor, Commander-in-
Chief of the Polish Underground
Army, now fighting In Warsaw.
The appeal said: "We request im-
mediate assistance in anti-tank
weapons and ammunition. We are
faced Aith fighting for at least
several days to come, and must re-
ceive supplies for this period. We
are doing our utmost to hold the
capital, but shortage of ammuni-
tion has put us in a difficult po-
sition. We have been fighting this
battle for six days without artil-
lery, tanks or aircraft.
"The enemy is bombing the city
for the third day in succession,
and using flame throwers in whole
The leaders of the Underground
movement stress the fighting en-
thusiasmni among the population,
but say the troops are feeling dis-
appointed and the feeling of being
alone in this decisive battle, is
spreading. The despatch goes on
to invoke the British-Polish alli-
ance asking for immediate help.


to U.S.A.

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store executive with 27 years'
successful merchandising experi-
ence offers you permanent sales
room showing of Trinidad's
products. Thoroughly famlllar
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friendly with leading retail buyers
and executives.
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make, hat delivery dates you can
meet. Please quote cost of your
product including transportation
and duty landed In U.S. Port of
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Don't select your
beoaty treatwmut
At dma, Lw Teom #u Wy
be hlrd ma lm es is hi
ow mai a idn sami Im

t hm in ( ali either dy
Lm Tad leo M O t in

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*Ulm NOW

On Instrueticions received' fIom
Mr. Eugene Rupa f Omery of
British Guiana, who le leaving the
Colony with his family for his
homeland, the undeslgne will
sell all his well-kept household
furniture and effects bv auction
on the date, time and pIace here-
inafter mentioned:-
Drawing room suite wicker chairs
(in good condition) with table.
Bentwood rocker and sea-gra
table. 7-tube G.RC. 142 model
Radio, Mirror. Certre table. Hat-
Rack. Simmons 4' r bed and
Slumber King Spring and Mat-
tress; 1 Cypre Wardrobe with mir-
ror; 3-Winged Bureau: Portable
Gramophone with pick-up; Din-
ing Room Table and Four Bent-
wood Chairs; Side Board. Singer
Sewing Foot Machine, Oil Stove
12-burner). Hot Pinte, Tricycle,
Six Bentwood Chais, Meat Safe,
Brass Bowl. Electric Heater, Elec-
tric Fan, Washstand. Singer Sew-
ing Hand Machine. One Short
Post Bed, Iron Pets, Pillows, Un-
ens, Crockery. Clock. Kitchen
Utensils; Picture, etc., etc.
Place: 1$ Lewis Street, San
Time: Satrlday, the 12th Aug-
ust. 1944, at 1.30 p.m.
Teruvas: Ca on the fall eo the



16, St. Vincent Street
ON -
Thursday. Aug. 10th
at 1.30 p.m.
Instructed by Mr. N, P. Hope
a ho left the Colony,
will sell by Auction the very use-
ful Fittings, etc., of his Tailoring
Establishment, as follows:--
2 Single Treadle Sewing Machines,
2 Petei's Charcoal, Irons, I Jack-
board, 1 Pressing Counter. 3 Large
Presdwood Racks for Cloth and
Materials, I Glass Case with Cup-
board under, 6' high. 1 Glass Case
6' high. 2 Cutting Counters,
Chairs, 5 Tailors' Fashion Plates,
Vicuna, Tropical and other Mate-
rials. Four made-up Suits and ex-
tra trousers. I Dressingi Table with
long mirror, 1 China Cabinet.
Sale at 1.30 pm. on Thursday,
August 10th.
TERMS Spot Cash.


It Is so may to have radiant
white complxioa.
and msage t gpatly into the
skin. Its action Is not only
plemat bt* q*ek. nlbd" of
mo abort week your skin will
be mavn hados whiter. ry it.
Gee g1Ur ,

'Dis!emn CIrea
94 W yew cAmwws tod






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precious at that! My mummy seems to
think so anyway Take when she sprinkles
on lovely, cool Johnson's Baby Powder after my
bathl Anything that feels that good must
be extra speclall It's soft as down and
so soothing for prickly heat rashes tool Whum
I see that can of Johnson's I know Mum's
not fooling when she calls me 'Precious'.'
Johnson's Baby Powder is downy-soft and
soothing for prickly heat and rashesl It's made
of exceptionally fine tale and Is borated, too,

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tme dawn aS NwI "*
n*ar.,fca WarC- *HM
Dumesy. y a r

'k* se to I*mllo %a
nice textre, hI a- -
=T TO, 0 UAV
Madm AlerOakalr
SOAP, eta&
Do yaou ace. that that *am-
bhiatioe make a goad bease
Fitz-Clorence Spsew$
.'nTh BoRn March6 Ho-
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EinunmmPnIRfemflHmnE ~TIuHEATRE

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Warner Bros.

hewerAeW/oa-e b Oomdl Rattan lad and Mr. Pat .Booe.
ftoer-dlirmel5peacres we n sby01n Diving for boys was won by I
WM onrel Evui* Junior Dalton and open diving for 'i '
SatPoint men b Mr. oy Della Costa,
S. is-result of+ the "T.-,on e seBitishRed.Cru,.mUr Don Hugging and h+-is + lPart-l
i" ln .n thee sM of .00 wM handed to the Britisn e Cro-- .. s .sHazel Ander n. won the l
WOity for thel- special Invasion Appeal. mixed relay race. .. s
4 lThe champWonhip 100 YOMate.. D-e. ck IAuo i
A MONO those at. the dinner and dance atl perseveranore Club or me was won by Mr. TonTe c Ma mpins a 10
hMo hfr.n MrwPrnkw wos nr thMr ,FrnB el "Wn by MrI |
sy were Mr nt n tewia, with Mr. Pat Boos tecon a th W. Douni aed n

AdM X* ClierkMr FralnkBl Miss t fl ajsy' raeCeslasr
.. Cipriani. Mr....Cai- --Mr. riend Mrs. Victor CornlIK hn. with and Mr.peonny Pollard won the d Mrle e I
vy of 20Capt and Mrs erryMadr.ell.Mrs.limmySoutarund.er-w.ater ratce. anout3.ls s.
.Mr.anGeoeAnnell. Cadet Wackenzt. Mrs.M. htal 3 a
ivadti Mr. and UMr. mdie arr anh Mr R. and lMr m. ero et,_r.h who Dof th I oh i-
atist- a fortnightat nf l-f. ofsthePer..everiiinc bn alows:.. rM Er,, l Regime ef Coam .
Umsafr. AufdmirStiolr. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Farah. Mr. ald Mrs In o ayIs D _______________________e~f~at~~t
Oo'd5i. Mr. and Mrs. rowarth. Mr and Mrs Snny Power, Mr.,alMid wek dance at Trinidad Carl
-awult.,Mr. and sir M. eon Ache, Mr. T also Mende. Msl. Jno Way acetbP. T ra Ila ot w d
Sflk wn4tri Talma, Mr. end cMr. rwrard Cummng, odMr. Hl- Mid-week danice n t Perseverance, AMU prC Officerrs
1 Cluib. o t
!AW 0 pMseng sirsreturiantg fr.n Canada and the United t1 Tomorrow In South'l I
a lanb t days ago were Oolonel and Mrs. Oordon Smith. Mrs Mr. Frank Haworth. ui Officer
iru u it who went, on amoint of her health. was In the Roysl "Pining Br-onito1 R a", byo t the Britsh Councilr, vMited San ijj.I
Iii311,Wt4 ftor eight we'eks burlsays she is feeling wel lspi,* Duration Club, EBmpirO Theatre, atoferiand h lat Tuenily. After tea at
S lS nrdon mlth lts I ., ,a otn ex ellnt health. 8 S p.m. Ic u ig rthe home of Miss Kathleen Piper
i Montreal they saw a number of local peopl Including Mr --ohe mtt about 36 practicing .us-
I encellsyr, sat r, and Mrs. laniel M a M. andhets for. iwthe a ewly oprmedisn g rmusi-
Ii Cat meyer, Mr an Mr" anl MsawdM Mr Patte. Patie nts In Hospital clans of the South, when sylla'-
C A ia t nrw C opt. and M n r. n a l se o Rr M .w n era l tdo a lebr sl ror tn new ly form ed M usi.
alidtIMrW. Wilfon Wore Th-y Ge n erl de aulle Ms F. 0, Paulo, of BanP er- clans' Society walls discussed.
1:1went to Canada and Katherine Hepburn, the moi. actress nando, is indisposed and became Among those present were Mrs i
ali a Vcl.ry show a patient at the Colonial Hospit j C McDonald, Me. H. Rougeot.

S S p oli v 'd a d by w ayth f e wn Y ork" a I n ' sm ~lid, Mi~ xia 'ri "l . . . .J~o" .. ..C. "r i oo na ldM m e .-- -.i- --e jl
So ned o Trinidad b way ot New Yrk and Mim, and t the beginning of the week. The Mr. T. s. Payne, Mrs. L C.
k w MI Iren Urch. who Is felilx much better, Mr. Humming Bird" is glad to know Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. f. Law-
.L. d te 81rt., Mrs. Robert Dick iand ML Ktnan. that her ,ondi.tion I Iniprovi, I. rnce, Mis Piper. Miss I. Paul.
o5S.t a e on Soyl V tosih' daugltIer MIs.S loin Cordon iad .hope. th- .ihe %%l-l son be Mi" s 0. AbdoOl, and Mr. Conrad
t .ho I a nui tat ler nHyasl Victoria H tital. Inu,,id ioming completely rstoed to h -ealth. Mallard.
Aialld neat January aifte her traln Ing is i-lr'ld. Also In t-e sie institutio. n Is Mr. Haworth Io permanent pre-
,R&A=n a Miss Cynthia McKenzie. She un- sidetit of the t-ociety. the Hon'ble
SeTAMLZ Wi IXTBI of Polnte-a-Prris left Titiu.M d early ep. nt an operationsnd her T. M. Kelshall and Dr. P. Rostant
i'thi Weak to lP lo anmada to join his wife and f mi'v for his friends will be glad to know that are patrons, and Min K. Piper,
lme a&ve, sW i ors and their nwo children left hAr MSy her progrei is sallsfactorv. secretary.
ig spend a loug holiday with relatilres in Hamilton, Ontario. o----------
V1111111- Do A.., of .. or- a ient on a Radio Progr a mme s,,
vP^lo shtt to his rtImghteir and lami-ti-lilite, MT, slid Mrs Tr~m ___iI U A __ W V. El
MI F tYWt RiIerve. ); n 'm View; the NwoT 0T. News
. .. .. I i - K .'o's (it peh tr Viit iM u sical
arid tl lSt1. J. A. ORNUN. (f Pot'" n-l'iail'". gKey 5 Ft. a' Kii -m M't tnt U 'Ipthrtr bB)|Rknr on ,ilI.hth 'ithi. "Tir gma'.per *rrh inf'itd -"- --r.. .... -'-P-"-----rIi
eock n and Ita a hufet dt'er I'o *'.4'r-l. li'rir i* evieniig W T> Cs NIi of NMusil
W4 l Mrs. Grew took thei'rianrt hto :he (lai.Ic at Po.int'-A -Pirrf .. '" ... R,.. I
Asnw thine Int-lid were f',. and Mrs R 1R M'Knt.ie, MI ?,s., v,,,, ,
New RJL 'SgXD. I ad MWr. J. FL Pswln, Mi. s'isne' Waltror. .. -- .- -
IM and Aft. P. J. Blundi' ce. M/ .. ... ..
^^ *. *F( ai~llltr in 71 lowvl fl ma- No ..co. H.iior Bel
flA. PAZ? ".W 10 Nild a thl i h PA Htll.e l man> __ 45r..A ;t.,.41 -- _A,41Top of Th'I%* intg
-Onr. OB tday evening, SBeptember 9. to raise funds for -- a c~Knpr, orsh NFwI
A NI X tronis statloned In the South. Mrs L. C C. 1& - ypaiKht Hards (Ci'a.ian4i ayplionr
IDIOM *% MA t twtr dtails wil b- announced later. 8 30 ('i" Bk.e x*4 X CeCliat -
IMMMO U Is hopsi ithat outheiwner wll make a not* of :46 1 _1t~t.i
IIteC- Ua Network Reporte New
ge. 5 0 C U is ?J.., *t HomehAlt,, Iftk K thins
^^k ~i - -- ,. deijrr 9, V) Cass Delar Dance. Trim
SDm i w'osid-fa ouw s rli i't'er f!e- lt- t s on Tlir'mlav w.. >. - -
U int stt to 1 ioth America Mr T slxer. alto trati1---- ..o --- -N----- -wl --
Sl~an t-acwooparito<. s 'l -.ing i C oI. dH' 'a fti'o rtei A 1n .11 ssP I Ir^ MN Ky r Kg..,It -
111 f 110 Co10"o na1frtd* Danta"' ishriiihle arrangements 1 --
m o W DroTer will appear in a ro 5 'l' of hi- lri 'latj ern -" 4
^f^WttWIdmwu -t 60t ttxo muirii of BReeh, He,- ;''.en. Mhop'" and, 1Of! Tw. ninRdo 0+ ilb'-nl m~l ..
SA Mn re f ro in in r t t rh'i sI Crh n a n d o r;. : : R t i i r w ill b e h e a rd t A y 1ro m ninri s

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- With -)
i Claude RAINS
- Flus -


ring Bruce CABOT,
tanve BENNETT and

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^~alk Of Trin1dad
S' S ,,^ ,mwr and Mrs. .Wri.taeo- .
i|| M i24n W -o orm (%AKe ation ded w S e n -
gmz W Ib .A wila at *e a 1O ic WW dtoAr t .o
ISM jobda n. and WU g sMtMta sn W ,M. a4
aus'~dWREN, 4ol kw*L oMissla ^t19= < r-ofond
MWan UMam*.

*-.-o e,. John and Arthur, son palatWn by Mosier Coi L
who n 4. ad fnu BaoS. 4 a O"eew box-
tMIWleft f .iad, h.e" planned a
suist Ul have*d t3: &*ba g owd'a Ignoble AM*lf.- Mrs.
from this hly e wl beo ltly rested to hflth.
fxxoimw. .v. RjrAieA was MMf ig guests at an Activation Day
'~donoer arty of the Sign lSrieCMpany at Frtn Read W.C.O.'s
C~~ l wst'fuiay evenifng, it was Quits a&gay .ff al, the aetivi-
t"owlir= were Ugbtsnfd by an orchestra and community sing-
W404 OwVi enlisted zM ato the organisatton. Capt. Homer and Lieut.
upgy olicM wlcoed he itets.who bWllded VeAtkt:
C uvawc.S'? a w ii
A We? % a-Licut.


Dixsovery Day Entertainment
At Perseverance A Succes
Theo ll-digeotes'Iaftsm" at TSoS Qub0Aftoft
es"ey D fw), waegvenm o. renSce than the afteb"*"W
sotth, ram
Ther wese abo Tonyebewrs,
and Umeb' htdsIoo upresut St So
souse ponyartyss ratte wata

b" M UM Heln Tlt.adbgis OURl
lTuoer taking part In t p
loom Threwere 20 events, en4
of the mot Nt beln then
with Mr, Pat aos m runner-up,
noe girls' 20 yard rafe was WOU
b=Mi Helen 'Maitt. and Mts PamD
Oeerzame second.
junior Dalton man th. lime and
spoon race with Sedley Agosttll
jnr, making second place.
A relay race for men. which
comprised three four-man teams
was won by four Boos brother
Mrs. Oscar, Mr. Nevile, Mr. Ken

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* TONTGHT at A30 p.m. only
j, a\dNew Double:
Si^'Jl~l it) Margti Hart in
ME1 (2nd) The Range Buster In a

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Dra ma thai's Reusing .
Remaee that Thrills. i
Hero.im that is Untrgettable! .i
A Picture for the Whole 5
BEFORE-Marh .f Time's j

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GLOBDE-Sa, Joan.

TODAY. 4.3M & 5.90-

Final Part

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PALACE-Sa, Fernando Il RIU LTO
TODAY at 4.10 6.30 p.m.- i ITODAY 46 L. p.L
DEADWOOD DICK !aW 'q^ "' l

TODAY UL. m a 5

Tomorrow stt Half of Serial: LookiMng Ahead I| ,CKSHUTN l1'I '
S Valleyet Vanishing Men Flighti
Lieutenant, A iVI thEMll
POINT FORTIN "E5~le" a His VAW BI B 1,
TONIGHT at 8.30 p.m. SExtra Added Attraction:
HBrlh Mlnneloa SNe laik
Special Mid-Week Presentation theStarm e ank es a ached Playin g I
^*^B~u~u^V ;the goes& t man*$: -BI m U 1111I NASK
APP1INTIMENT IN BERLIN The B ,ul. IRkhmilm" | ad -,'
with Gee Bander, Marerlrite0 Johnny Mack .OVW i
ChapmanC Oale i1PBKNIOIGI .
Tomorrow- PRINC ondergard "FIGHTING
T -ECRET COD I. T HERE! I TODAY 4.4k, p. m.
1._MstModernB u n- Ann H1LLF.R, Bob CROSBT
- SHIPPING ""'"-'s^ "" i BNTA fl.a
gu aw-4, 2nd Ave. Frank SINATRA -
SH PI..2 Do.-ot .odn un 'REVEILLE WITH ON
EAI S11O tf Scott Bumb Strt,--,.-. TODAY 44. 44 M1
ett h eONSeetB est-p-ssn... Bestoffer.B EVERLY"R
psensem use 0mg. .m| as.i A" Beut ..... 15
'~asT~l .war 3.o .20 Albert. Street- PLVRRL5
r. ~a am"M P-W o n- rIr b A Beauty ........ ftl* 11wee*
454" owateS RI g s 4 1 Jgi Read, San and --
I s iJ. n i: ............ Cheap, Don AMECHE, Janet BLAIR, AJOR BA
MG m _m u_ m e "M I So 1. S, A i" street, lar -d TT "sed BO
e ft s "AS. l r ............... Chea se -.
^ a s l 111 L-74 s i i I i 8t,. -- "- t, F uij i ~ ", '
--------..._10 ,. S ee.Vat"- SOMETHING to Cla, oMOI.,,.
.i. m t........ ,_. =a urx. "xTmmy
II--a mt Soo vTomorrow is D Day to e"ar-
S. i" .......... m il4l ii iii. ....
iE 115 Plhaln Sltree-- .
N A V Y C L U B 1 s re t .. . . 0 I 1 0 -- - -
M AM Proearty -
FOR1 MERCHANT UAMM I Dk a ..;.... ll
OF M& TM NIM s1 "NEW S Fern
-- NATION losses TODAY at I _p11 .-ial.P at of
Sol -(11 NLL OT) and
Wednesday, August 9 4Do" SMITH OF MINNESOTA ,
09. jammo, -- mom
4. 3 8 p m i v. i N l w l u. . .. r g "
Grand NSmoking Real-LT. Io p u e
X-2l.-LQ.T. is toUne r-s r|R ]t"
a* t 0yo < PIREm--s Fert
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Lshe Win San Fernando To City Walking Race
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Ane Takes All Three C

ks In 40-Mile Event U

WOWtSern &cO, ao@re$ grand victory in tu m a u
l4a ollll wafting race an Sunday rm a
'tah d Itano l T houil -I- 31 24 da e odW proy

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H i^9rMonlhe was
!il C.opil ,

SeynSchool Sports
I Dufontfirth, ;,
tively. Tunim ad Guardian CImS adent
datsile CHAOUANAS, Aug. 9-Fellcite
1LJWarnr, J" .. school, of wheh Mr. A. All-t.
5M d 56-year- haran is the headteacher, annexed
-loa. h1140 1 th Hon'ble Barran TeelucksIngh's
there'sucha trophy awarded to the school mak-
mr there suc"h Ing the greatest number of points
marked intre lat the inter-school sports meeting
i tvldeuced by ItWheM on Pday last week at Cha-
of spectators that-l
tyide linking linu-
,i. trysae, etro heln e licite came first with 30 points,
g north, to witnhes while the runners up were Long-
Sdenville Government with 22, and
oaf the Mayor of CunPIa Oovernment with 20
e' president of the points.bi crowd comprising adult
Wa"T.lking Lsso- A bi crowd comprising adults
Ws Blkncourt A *nd children tzok advantage of the
eoafter ac re tnr brilliant weather and witnessed the
about the rule ol proceedings.
must be observed. Gopaul of Felicite CM. was the
hundred yards had Only boy competitor to secure two
they all assumed as first prizes, while M. Emanuel of
AM formation with Longdenville Government School.
a y. Brown veter- verfcrmed similarly in the girls, di-
Rousseau6 the vision. Goplul annexed the high
I ouuu I theand long jumps with consummate
Piere hill w1 east. He also registered the great-]
t ek h lead with ew t number of points-a. while M
h and Asche at his Emanuel came second with eight
the approach of the Points,
at California, Asche The twin Granger sisters delight-
and confident strides ed the crowd by flashing past the
It5with about ten Pole to fill first and second berths
iof the second man in the 'C' class 75 yards, while the g
-Ant lap prize, which Boodoosingh brcthera performed j
hour 31 mins. 9 3-5 imn.llarly in the open sack race.
At the conclusion of the sports
V Kust^ened his Mr. S. L. Lutchman. president of i
WeMie threatened P the Chaguanas Teacher' Assocla-
Lu which lasted tlon who sponsoacred the" meet,
,Iretly a mile and thanked the large gathering for i
being thie second their presence and their good be- C
Asle decided n t o haviour during the proceedings. He f
as he accelerated,d alo thanked all those who assisted 1
No.e 2 h tim n bringing the sports to a success-
N m his time ful Issue.
asower In this di- Mr. Isaac Sinnanan, secretary of I
B 'ahower1in th^.d"s- the sports committee, thanked the
any means retard numerous prize donors, the teach- I
eas or dampen ers and pupils who took part In the
point Dufont meet and the Rev. C. D. Lalla forE
*[t A.sche, Murphy, distributing the prizes. I
jAlleyne, Brgwn, Hereunder are the results:
Hunte ahead. To i.MllDs FLAT RACE (Openi:
f all Alfonso came I -Fpitzroy Roach (Cinntipl Oov'l i:
l the blue, passing -Achilli Gordon iIAonldtnvill Uov.): i
Dufont, and was ,- .a- 1 It. bid to place himself oo00 yARD "D" Ctaa, (Bova:
,ed his effort. By 1-unny Nandlal iF1licie C V);
n and Rousseau 2-Katiirk bika (Charlleviii CV.. c I
e through muscle -riada D iFliiC.Mw t .0rr
45 YARDSa "D"chlass (Gir~s;i:
'' ,- rt- I OrtaHSer iCuniupa Gov'l t; :
N-~o --XTl VI"--.l 11 Orasfr s Cunpla nGov'tl.);
a m s, t (cliesola Governmant). I
Srav oeild,Am ASOhe 00 Yii 40a "c', cia iBoysa:
1-,.oSthp oy s rim (FRii'llelv CM.,)
giving no hope for --Andrew Ramoular (Chajinarnqgor
.He breasted the 0.UW,);
,-he.- ,All (Chandamaon C.W.1.
et d 001 YAAD- q class C (Gir (itr.: Ca
'tlf mention is the+' 1-A.abltblr (Chandernalora CM.);
;- .,tl tit Oeorge iClltiguani Oov-;:
Sby Bertram Du.- -7r.10i MattlWo iChIguanan (ovtl. a
'the only competitor 100 YARD6 lGO AND SPOON 105M: v
Stfrom the very in- I u fRamlkbalawan Chall i sdernaore I
i crg races in the S-0. Richar.son ( Oihaunaa Gov't.):
Shave competed on 3- I. AlixCiuer Inldeniu nvileuo. i
t i100 YARDS "B"' Cia" oyoi:
t in itself according 1 -Doun tChegilanal G,ernmenl);
'to i les t-iln. co.~ I*tit Rsmpraad ifVtIlcl C M.):
ito witness t e con- 3 Balknoonn (WrrlIvtlh. C.M i,
stride and action. 100 YARDS "B" -Clais oirls,:
Ilng to watch the I R. mins l il.onLgdenvill Gov't ):
SKelvin Brown. Ap- 2 1. Eastman lt.ingdenvlle Gov't.); 2
SJuani the youth 3--- EThoma. r ChL'h.uans Gov't.).
Uneasy from which 1YA RDBYS (Openi:
Srom which I Uarriram iChlriavileil:
reared the city 2 Syivlir@ Dowtldis Nat until Broadway 3 (OUl.aii Feilecila C.M. 7'
bWhen Brown amidst 74 YARDS PACK RACE BOYS (Opeoli:
ilg thousands to the I B. G oodhoorn Siniih I l nsdetia1
Go% ernmnent)
Through and nosed S 2 rrol Boudhoo Minih Il.uDnstidville
1 place. Governmentt;
S3 Amrtl assnaluk (clarllevill C.M.. (
S fe~ati ,. o~pu ,o d.ircui
I Gropaul I 7itell (C.U ,I
eatR. Ramimraad iFelcIltC C M,);
'is i lnlnil iWarrtnslir C.M.). i
', 100 YARDS FI.AT RACEG (R111.4 lOpen). 8
I- -M. K.mannei floingdens lll oov'tj;
2- 1). Morriss iCh>iua s Oov',I.);
cPthl Clockwise pre- I 3 Its iakalaw#nn tChandliaBare Z
aerrted off by the odd iuoC. JUMP iop. 1 :
he T.A.F.A. first HlU h luel tcit. I
,ll~ the T, I .,(Ipaiii ,irfllilacit .liI: B1
from Colts, to 5-iunJit Renpraad i lelliti): 8
I second win In a 3- lelelter'k ichanieirnaKou C.M.). '
'Assoclation ground 100 YARDS Nr[D.lI, & THREAD *open):
J Doiiy Olnlylnas I )litiaC 'c u .)
2 -0. asatamn lChauanas Gouvt :)
ot big, burly pfvot 3-C. Emanuel (Lonidenilll (io'ti. .
m, a 'eritorlous sub- 10o yARiDS THRK.iC-LIC(ici) OYs I
OciB Dolly, who, with nOldpe ni
TW and the stotid back I .c.i an m l Uchriii
t a defense which was 5--ylvan and OilNer (Cunlipla Govt );
-.0at trouble to the Colts' 3 -,ddy aid Carllun (Chirlievlllt C M I
100*t YARDS GIRLS' FI.AG RACE iOpeni: (t
OSS tyta UM I. Emanuel il.lngde.nvilil Guosv- h
Wk m2ttGyLsterday .Geore IChgeGan v i't ;h;
many me" who a U. Rankhaiawin aChenderngaort
fI for the first tlhne this c MI. .l
C. Valentine between the 74 YARDS BOYS OBaTACLI. RACE to
0, John, right winger (Open -,
t. Dowrlmage Cliaiupla Gov't.);
V Chambers in an inside 1. RRanprallad IFeltit. CM.o U;
n the forward line. 3-1. Alexander charliivime mp .). tl
Ilia,the game with 100 YARDS BOYS' CONSOLATION: ri
i hPl Was even in this! i--Moiir (Chlndernagor. C.M,; a
t had what seemed 5-1. Ryan th 3- Hartiram I Fellclte VI
Ioal of the game., as 100 YARDSI< IRlti' CONaOLATtrON L
n, the brain of the 1-a. Ramlawak ILongdenville Oov-'t.); p1
,worked the ball, 3 shelroon Felicilt C.u.; A
nb. Harding, and to- --Malibir IC(ladernagore C.M.).
il _pas got past the ----........---- k
%'44ud Harttopu Golf To Aid Blind R
t man, was very Washed Out M
a nd distrIVue h ke
h iberiouted the The heavy rain again washed out
*ome of hissowed the the competition In aid of St. Dun-
Oi1e of his old-tme istan's at the St. Andrew's Golf Club,
dribbled' onaf hti Maraval, on Monday afternoon, p
d Mrittbfrom pastnet? after having caused es>cellatien of
I* the first with.151 P1il oS A dtw werd
"k *wlt **w"" Tne ladlea of tl. Amew i ~wera t
e to very active in spite of the wet
to bultc equalise. weather, and raised a considerable i
centred j 3-lm for the effort on Mondio y a- M
taler, w~tovela rown be
ftieyarda f .ti It has been decided to play the M
gtOutside, a. mptltlo n oa atur~di, $uguist fl
I.g t tOlutflt kept on ,pt and a new entry useiu wir be
.aa d- ted at the club houe. It Is
I,. t wa an accurate bee that all thosewo had en- w
vi singer Hart that for the eancelled game, will
outa equaliser. Centre ll l take I^, aind other members
S? outran th ~ ae aacks az b d to help this cause.
5* grounder. E ntries3c?~ at e pm,. on 'murs-
Slnervaul, colt. had dayY Auguat :7.
eq uaise. include. -...--_.--_----
and a free-wick, but -
..--.&D pu~lin yi U R so 755q
bn eted the i A V Er L Oi E A
IV riSett wa uh TONIC
"'S v ,- I<- ,Osb N
O. Valentine: j. 8amp- {Asenti-
, *: 0 ceh.. GtwMlt M~v.sdsl j
biev; C "jobe ,.
Jt55Wi,<> C. Douglia ItAeepgtsJ

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SfeIL a J(*wE?


Beat All Stars

3-1 In East
Trinidad (iuardian (Corre pondilnt.
CUREPF, Aug. 8 A capacity
crowd of more than 500,mocie r fans
saw Corinthians defeat the poner-
'ful All Stars conihinatioii by three '
toals to one on SatuidIy at St,
Tlih ganie wa ii on of the keenept
contested ames tlihe 'a -s'ijciatin
las witnesse'd for yeati.
Froin the fliit l|tlast of the
whistle the C'trintliuan. fi ,t.footled
five, Maisey, Anidrews, fie I Sillitlie
.cupil alild Mc('olmon, allinost tan
the All Stais defonce off lh01r.
iegH, and ialnt ted hoini, thie,
.als in i t e l irial 2(0 iiinit' ... ol
play. Auditews, Belle-Sniltihe and
Cupid wv,' the gou-icirsco s.
After lemon time lihe All Star,;
played all 'vper Corinthiiaii.,.
Good ball d u.lrlblitioni lby Jul ill
BlandOit helped to keep the ball in
the Coriilllltalis arel' brt Orl' iole
goal was scored by Ricihard,on.i
Mr. H. Achong refereed,
Play ingl without thelr ftI-bti ck,
N. Winn, ind cenrtre-ita B War-
ni, a weakened Horlets' XI nr-
ceived a 2-1 beating at tl1,,1 1 andy;
Of youthful Slieftield on Siturdily,
at Tiinnupuitt.
Thile game was Sheffield's for
nost of Uthe time and It was oiilv
good goal-keeping by F. Cudjoe nd
lefence work by N. Wiuin thailt pre-
vented the scores being grease:'.
It was only in thile closing stages
of tlpe game when tHorniets vere
wo coatL. down that lh t(y added
some ePxtra spirit. Their eftrLs
were well rewas'ded wi'n- St.i
Peters beaL goalkeeper C. -Cireenig -
vwith a Aell placed slut Iroim a
For Sheffield the goalseorers
were Cook and Dillon.
Invaders one of the newly ad-
mitted clubs to the East soccer
games, held the powerful Hornets
(I to a goalless draw on Thursday,
at rTunspuna.

trinldad 'ACARIOUA, Aug 7. Anzacs
brat ReIngtoni 1-0 I n a thrilling
ieconti r')iWtd fix.tire of the Fast
it. George soicer game at, Orange
irove on Saturday.
Fine combination by Arnzacs
gave Frliz alln oppoitniltly- midway
hi the first half tol net their lone
goal ftw victory.
Ren.ington's full back Hovyte.
lind custodian Maharaj, kept An-
acs frorn further scouring
C. Slanllhy .i! Wingi hailf alid R
azzard as pivot man ilwere' out-
ltindlig def!endeprs agaillst the
iard-flghtlug Remingtisn.

[ndia Club-McGill's
Ping Pong Tonight
A team drawn from students of
tie McGill University, Canada, nuw
olidaying In Trinidad, will oppose
h powerful India Club squao in
friendly table tennis tournament
night at the India Club.
On the McOGill's lineup will be
lhe noted Mahabk, brothers, Win-
,on and Rodney, both of whom
presented North sometime avgou
against South, Noble Sarkar, a
ery dependable player and the
ee brothers. Ralph und Curl, wto
played for the Chinese J'inior
Wsociatlon. The niatcl starts at
p.m. and the teams are aa fol-
>iW 8: ...-
McGlll's W. J. Mahablr (capt.),
. J. Mahabk., N. Sarkar, C. A. R,
ee and R. Lee.
India Club p, Ramper.saud
Capt), M. Ibrahim, Y. All, D. Ram-
teeoon and F. Khan.
'hinese Club Cricket
presentationn Today
Cricket presentation dinner of
.e Chinese AthleiUc Club will take
ace tonight at the New Kwong
ling Restaurant at 7 o'clock,
embers wishing to attend have
een asked to get In touch with
r. C. B. Allum-Poon, c.o National
fading Company.

House buUilt of Stoae con-
taining 6 Rooms, Lavatory,
Storeroom, Open Oallery,
Bath, Kitchen. Servants'
Room and Watch House.
Very Healthy Ooed Fihhing
and Sea Bothing.
Petite Callvigmy
eN MainllamId
Tan mnut.A by boat from
UIand. Sut0ble for reartn
stock, etc.
ftr Particule' Apply to
F AF. F MecLod,
-Kt._ Mark's Or nde.

Trinidad Makes Clean SweeoCasuds Play

On First Day Of B.G. Sports Notre Dame At
-- Soccer Today
Trindl d Guldlan Correspondet. Soccer Today
OROROETOWN, August I (I Cable)-Trinidad made a clean 4-
w of all the top cas events at the B.. Olympiad which got Notre Dame. who ac:red their
w o all the top first win against the Q.R.C. boya
underway at Thomas Oval yesterday afternoon, this aeson, will be clashing with
The "A' elas cvcling event *--- .-. Casuals in a T A.F.A. first league
were evenly divided, Mikey Peman.-BI 1 ". fixture this afternoon on the As-
de.% DWrrngton Barlowe. Thoms, rn t socation g round in front of hu
O'Connor ant Cecil Phelps each ',mi'af ys*.wllt tlch stand.
scoring a victory. tI 1 p an ther win,Boy wile Casu to chalkswho
Phelis won the three-mile "A" i er A- p have lost all there w ir matches since who
clal intera:Ionlal race carrying eoff Soliler XI 3L J l hvo t ea" theirll ma kle aiblce
the coveted Pepisl-Cbla Cup. he season started, will makd a bold
In this event Fernandez skidded bII" ic ld t r make this fixture their first
a.nd brought down Birlawe 20 yard lInlll t Fe0' L ei"all victory.
fn bthelohnialingrinwe 20 yard Mr. Richard Govil will referee,
Barlowe wt treated at hospitals i.l -.--" while N Kilgour and B. Halfhlbde
but not detained. He told preta men Trinidad Guardian 'Corresqpolent will run lines.
that he was finished with c cycling I A PREA Aug. --Making their S8CONI CLASS GAMES
tarlowe had whsin ed Penat '. tal bow in the Southern Ama Two second class matches are
Barlowe had whlpWd Fernandez te. ...
and Lewis in the one-mle event, teu'r Football League this season. also carded f;r today, Indiana will
Fernandez Leat Phels and Cnun" Brighton P.C. created a favourable oppose Windstr, and Mr. Carlton
in the tw.-m.le.,- el took the lmpresin on Saturdav alernoon John will he the referee on the
three-mile from Mongul and Craw- when they defeated 3rd Coastal second class ground; while Ualvern
ford, while C'Connor claimed his Battery by the margin of three will clas.h with Woodford on the
victory with a trtimph over Per- goals to two In the Mark Mo-dy- new ground, and the referee will be
nandes and Phelps in the five- Stllart Shield competition. Mr. R. V. MclntUsh Clarke.
mile. Before a nuniber of soccer fans. .. .
Wilfred Tull, Trinidad's mile Includlng Mr W Knowles. Assist- Sporting Club-W.I. Basc
champion, outran Mannle Ramjohn ant Warden of the Countyv of St
In the mile race, while MeD. Bailey Patrick, thlii Brhlton cinblnation In Friend]y (ame Today
and George Lewis, Trinidad ce ga11ve a s pl-udid exhiblitlon
sprinters. by brilliant runng have Star attraction of the gale was Sporting Club will palv i friend-
sprntr, bybrilant ru a c 16-year-old Aii';ustlne Ribeiu'o, who, Iv match this afternoon against
earned the riqht to start the lilting up at centre-forward on the M. 1.. Base on M, L, Baae ground.
final in both the 100 an-i 220 yards i t cente-oard o the M Beon M L. Ba ground
events on Wednesdayv Bailev w.n BrightoflrnliI line. harassed the St Ann's at 445 oclock.
his 100 and 220 yards heats 'easily, Opposing defenders with his clever Sports team wil be: N. Kilgorr:
but Lewla had it hard with Jupiter. tmovement.s. He ntteLd ne of his S Dopson R. Tench, C. DV're, H.
B10. start sprinter. team's goals witllh a well-placed i Dity, A. Alkins:; J Bart. R. Son.
Lewis and Jupiter sprinted to a grounder after a clever bit of ldi-i A Alkins, A. Rodrlguez, and K.
dead heat in the 220 yards, while vldua1l play turn uo in togsi
tr beatlhi In the 100 yards I'pltle the fatt i hat F. Iee net- Monlteil.
Jpiter beat t h In ted two goil for the vit-torious Reserve: E. Harris (rsked to
Ellis Glasgow. "B" class star of tealM he threw away many golden" ___
Trinidad, won bath 'B" clas.. cycle Opp tlrtunitlels. I -- p
events, one and two-mile races. Captain (terry 0.me?., in" 1 tip
i,,11,-0 9. atne he W ir.ulto:' at iiside-left onl tle Voluliteer,' XI. i
100 yAH!>S i'I.AT tret i 1 BIRaiev; played a splendid gamn and V;r s S W ANTit
M,lri:: ;h BoN,. He.] 2. 1 sol'rce of much worrnt to the Brigh- M W A NTED
.l.lp'lel; 2 Lewit. 3 gi Yl toi1 dipr',,,,., li,,i,.5
ONK MILI": 2YC ( IA Cla- I I viHr. t defend lines.
t.%we. 2 i-'ernailte,. 3 .ow,, Timen: He opened tlhe scorllig for hl.s
2"7 3 a. team with a fine header from a R
ON 4 MILK 'YCi.r,: iH Ci..... 1 it .,C, corlier kick by Mitchell. and In he Green L i m s
; 2 1't. I., 2 .sh,,, *i;c,. ,' tdyi g,n g r t ito g O lne reen Lim esredued
3 M .111 ('Y<'I. INTFR 'OI.ON|AI. i, P t le lead .'Sitl ip bV his Op|).nPlllu
ii "rfn ., .ir L. l,;r. close range. ANY QUANTITY
Ti22 ARs e: AT H2 N Mr. Bevon if Point Furl in re-
220 V#ARrDs T' ^rH~at 1, I~ewix aind
Jittiter uirat hewi tI *i li ei fereed the l nle, wtile Mr Vernon
2: t Balirv 2 ii.,... i ln,,. Thitn. o Toms ,nid Mr. J. June's ran the . BAado singAaahb
TWO-MIL.E CY ,H "I.'I." .0'. 1 G'l||. ipes = (* m
21 'i 8 x. k1 )#1
;, 2 r,, 3 ..r 'n The tils were f I1 : 48 South Quay.
TWU-MIlK ('YI.i A ('t.,,' 1 Fr. BRI(HTON. T C (iriailler irapt);
nafinlZ 2 Pilelp: 3 'iholng. Timing S. Saitiiel, T Forhr., C Brown, .. -- ..
:.t32 4 .3T 2 Adamiv. }t, MeD. Joseph, F,
ONE. nMIl F01,eI.. Tul M;,Alii.telr. Joe Wekes, A I R'ARIMA BOROUGH
4 38,4' tr.. beiro. F: libiro an.I Lee.
F' VMIII: Y-l Open- I o'('on- 3RD COASTAL BATTERY. Clarke; COUNCIL
nr. 2 e"i'n"ide , 3 'ielpi. Time: Moore, ', l.y : Dou!tlits. Mit-chelln,
13 :,7. d Ryan: Jonres. lusaeli, Seaton, -
(--- -..... antiiii d inl WillPl Tt.NDERS In writing are invited
lw Tv. Aniadic.s will be played ( Black And W hite Wedinesday in thlie S A AFI,. They and 1" blue llnietone metal, and
C p Go f atu r are: ai' and i" blue limestone aiftings
Br lf Bghton vsM 1B0.1,. at Mahaica, for repairing Mt Pleasant. Prince,
up 1 lUlSUray P0111t Foutill Corcorite and certain other Streets
The Blac(,< and White cup com- Forest vs Ap'x lat Forest Reserve. 1li the Boroueh of Arlma.
petition will be played at the links SATIURIAVI, AI'(ill;T i2 '". The materials must be trans-
of the St. Andrew's Golf Club. Ma- Brighton v-s Forest at Brighton. portfd in such quantities and must
lval, oi Saturday. Apex Vs U.B.OT. at Apex be spotted in such places in the

This is a stroke play competition
over 18 holes, a maximum handicap
of .18 being permitted.
All members cf clubs in the Golf
Union are eligible, and It Is hoped
that a representative entry will be
The entry list will be posted at
the club liouse, and will close at 8
pim. on Friday, when the draw will
take place.
A.D). 1944

Divorce and Matri-
monial Causes

To John Ryan late of Port-
of-Spain in the Colony
of Trinidad.

TAKE NOTICE that a citation,
bearing cate tlie Ilthli day of May,
1944, has betn i saled tout of the
Divorce Registry of our said Court,
citing you to appear and answer
the peltlitin of Emlnnuel Martia of
Potters Village ill the Island ol
Antigua, praying for a dissolution
of his marriage with I is wile
Priscilla Martin, on the ground of
hier having committed adultery with
In default of your appeiarinlg e
Court will proceed to hear and
determine the said charge, and you
will not be allowed to address tihe
Court. Therefore take notice that
for the purpose aforesaid you are
within twenty-one days from the
date of this advertisement to
att: nd in person, or by your
Solicitor, at thle Divorce Registry
of our said Court, and there to
etSer an appf'rahti In a Lbook
provided for that purpose.

Dated this 29th day of July,


Randall ,. Lockhart.
Everaleigh Chambers,
Church Street,
St. John's, Antigna,
Petitioner's Solicitor,

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No. 9, La Seiva Avenue,I
Moroval i
Fully furnlhed and
overlooking (Golf Course

25 Chacon Street
'PHONES 6725 or 094 .


oUse Iberb y given that TUhe
atnerallp heretoore subastisng
STluy Pull sam ayeU
S tundwlaWMe. Usnl Turgb
Harrji. casytn on buSines As
Buildes 9ad Contractors at No. a
iOh 8t0eet, Sanferando. under
the stAYe or fram of IL, T. Haurim
1s T. Ti.is' h bes dbe add by
mutual eaosent AMfrom the 30t
day of July 1g4, ls far cona -
cer the aid Teluy P llw' who re-
turm fra theiN buslnes
All debt due to and owing by
the said late arm Wil b received
and paid respectively by me the
undersigned who wtill continue to
carry on the said blness under
the tyle or Arm of "L. T. Harri &
T. PUire.
Dated this 20th day of July, 1i4.


Appointment Of As-
sistant Engineers
Applications are invited for the
undermentioned Po.i on the en-
gineering staff of the Port-of-Spsn
Corporation; -
Ind 1A|etdni rv_ *__ir,_


[ h'.~I ~$3eswSe~
em5s be Iq&LPhM~
V.wsmbh C.~s~ha~
the esigimel sad e~d~

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a -na n tans ..*..zisi-e
Aditi<. IrFgineer
I Fr-esh
The yearly salary attached to and
each of these posts is 61,920-$240-
$2,A880 with a travelling allowance
of $480 a year attached to the for- These qualities iare easy to a61h
mei post and one of $ attached with Liquid Odorono, the sureu
to the latter.
The offices are pensionable under way to sop pefrpirstion.
the provisions of the Municipal Make the use of Odorono ULquid
Corporation (Pensions) Ordinance, -.,w i ,, a f *
and subject to the usual conditions once--week ritual and fotre
as to leave, etc, u prescribed by perspiration problem the fWilf
the Port-of-Spain Corporation Or-
dinance and regulations made the weck.
thereunder. I Odorono ils a doctor's own prW
Preference will be given in mak- scription and perfectly safe to uS.
ing these appointment. to persons Two trengths: "Regular" the
with previous experience In Water Iostrnth er" th
and Bewerage works practice, surest, "Instant" milder for thoM
Application starting age. qualift- with spcilly sensi'-ve ski_. ,.
cations and experience, -nd accom-
palied by recent testimonials, mut -t
reach the undersigned at the Town
Hall. Port-of-SpaIn not later than
3 1. m. on Tuesday 22nd August,
Town Clerk. "
Town Hall.
Port -of-Spain.

28th July. Ir

iown as required oy tne Town I
Superintendent from time to
time. Separate prices to be quoted
per cubic yard of each of the above
slazrs of metal and sittings respec-
3. Tenders In sealed envelopes
marked on the outside, "Tender re
metal and siftings'" are to be ad-
dressed to the Town Clerk and
must reaoi the Town Hall, Arima,
nlL later than the 10th of August,
4. The Cotuncil does not bind It-
self to accept the lowest or any
Salamat Ali,
Town Clerk.


... urge periodic

lubrication of vour

tBUILDING transmission and
Differential with extreme

BUSINESS I -pressure lubricants such

Rio Cloro and Poole SUA

Rum Shop, Dry Goods, '
Provision and Cocoa
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me..lad A it lu urP. ie o, a 114L.1111 5E Mi' hO .1 u \StltllF I kul paire ad y u10,,e t cl(nA t"'rsdec. M t,'oru Sang Herath n odoeStr PUPPYwabe o utBonso t ha old. pulc ase from Hishe wh ms we thorlov ed rs ,botdearly I n SpinwayatcWasLtad. ,
t i t ltringi. ftruterlw 4 it, ine lul rel Aaln13M c tnd aer be ast and tM r TahusBHY.oakn and Crap.
COOK OENE AL l doVwrtmooeu. t tnclFR idg kit 17t Jul, 164.s-e onks
giv DIHI M~ SAG~:. lrr,,tin; I I ) it "I 11 MI101SF:,One Lot f Lad, -Piereoaundy Sevic.d40 Ponde o. I eerikoo leo

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"trestes P tr i FOOT y el'c. 4 1.a 7lull shie.r-1 Al ug,It.nan SA ano Ay U, PROPoRTIES. 'PAoe 551. Rewrd Ioferd-Ag.l1. e bA
N 15IMn FACIAi iL 1elit,4 ~ItAI~t) A, ) 1 RCT.CA L H m ediat p iessicon: lt tlso Inseta endig ,po e Hatfic:s.t--lro 34 id A lut 1 4 .01 R m n B t
"-"5.-" . . t l 1 111 A, ,' 'ii( ".t..i .istDepot.. ..u. Feinanuo, 1 i- rigs.- A ug.orhearticuaar apply toc"s lby-inn en PER N AL N OTICEST ables.home o m
) is" TI O NArm N ll 10iy etslu:t_ 4 ll n e 3 1-IAI O N 'la t p o c l in li r ie ,. A un lu c a d1iid %, 19is.1Jo llt sC o i nem b o e teet erau go. T HE P U B L IC t s h ereby ne t led th a mt- U I A t c t hpein o r eeula ts an d Ie m P atl r y a e A l c r c l
It" 'I AIJIIT5cL0ASISE hItrh us' r adiant ot I)!r hii ghtl r, tal l. igil, il adM oto)V AN r re ire cu H USIA DA139, 711er adw, long r u under the care and pro-eto Th t n v r c n e fle .a nd W i ht .F od J r orly. aw o e
Itus _.pe Aug.,1 .Apply11 St.Vi ncent Streetos a .n f ern sto n of my hu sbandAruolob Mlend1 ma ol s on ltai
. . . . . O l-. X y l +,as-nye F o r Brl" " I,, r o,n 1 ... . d ar+ t', tCadwa s o rt, a t I d)o no t ho ld M self h o ,re b ,ope n ..e t e e a n C a rs w i h C u h i n

reieug Itol Fr an, P I) V Ignee Ar' iug.i 5ord o ne debte f or ay debts contracted by EourGEpirittrlovw gTefor e ,etkne r
"ig Ta t m eit., eincod Edwardttri'tuAgntImiiirrI HaibinStorno-e.eeroa. 4a LoGoakorsnand Chrirsld1s4'.6"

,ou._va -Spt ClIE HEROET ti ... ..... .. .. Motor- FO REPARIN &+ HARtIIne Re- Proprtien on He nrpy. Stre det. Applty Jo AIETH, JO n yea t o rdaymr me ye--Weeetron-Pi ',
-Aug. 15 A TS A D O DSin rur .Tha O U fomleft beh ad s ont. b oc se t. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4OU 1t drAT C aSSES. M *CEm- c R, TIF tIE D 'DAIRY. MI LK es o r veCu ey.mac. Nri er xtora, contact R vere1.11.1.10140. iIt Was YoBUI.DING SITstmvmtlilTHE UBLIC in here y sLady's that I That7loveay udsoM a ttre ss.

Ma 'TY;L tr'cutati o n Dern 1 Aug 27soL MRE.LA. MDE NE.b.bl.a.Pti.....avrae.l. 10,000 m'nonenaetuunderthe10 I and-roe T hat i n ever q d1 4 nor lever w lbl. l,
b t ~ 1(oth maro met H O R R~ d C A R II 5 S E RIE S l~t. 2000 to tai m belaN O R aO I nVI cond ti F or.A p y C qaree r feetR 12cemnd lnts pe #resat. l ~ t o f m u h a J h o d l o d
CeForget you Narllbt I tbIdeyuar. em
Road.LESOS.SCrisesie nt2coditionISema ,andlSow R o .m I Prince Strat na r k BowA- ,.. .. 11hl -f ,g a os a tn ae

S tr e d t -S i- AIL A ? 5 5 P l u v n 6 M38 .-Auu g.Du c n S t e t h n ia t. U e p L A W RG E B O KO F FRT I I CH-3 4 A N D S e o tan g i net h a e a d Poedt i n b y ho u t ,m l ith ot e l . 11 1 1 1, 1 is r C i d s P a o l M h6
Iat.w.. M-:WUiNC"AN A C KS a" 14 Vt EDN. Good acondFtioNSS ret whS.)c ,,en recoverO ,i ng P er."-pt I, ne1nt Mireat. S ta e o.. pl yhfd....... I s ]BRDfu MA I[BRYafk ] SOOD A uIul i|. 14, wh. tt 11. 414 od i r)n-- A ] i.
8t5 e eou ott ItnEdw ardS treit, c Oe e Tyres. 700.hNormane 9 Smith.2 ant Crl. T S S EL uR pped WIos, new lao in.Ag siteasvalle. 1 6.-A'M aetug.AE en.M a 4 C O C K T AI S

aa b l ne r A ~ io t mo v e s a w m a sk- k e e p l O E B O OS --A u ; C ~ t ~ I S tre t vla e ,2 W1i t0 tp~ y I tI o t a y - A tg, 1. 1 S o cu nrtRo a d ,.a syJu a 'W hE P U B L I Is h e r b yu stt ld t h a t.
-101 -Aug 9. A us, 2,16phune e, t~, l sue Fes. frnant ure Ftig s N1 RC H D DEWL B IT HOUSE anD LAP BLCNDheey nlsed t at au nd nE a me g od yein .'.ha r.whreirnnaf .
Ls~ a n o y p a l l g e m e Aug i Plt ) C A UT e e eNO Ij ge cC Co nU M H At i T Fo r r R e d~riums A l m o e d omscoo v n 4le n ts, A p pl y a nd it h e mnot l e s s ee*lo n d er lbso a r e nd f rom h ttr i q s eal s ar e n t o e -U C C r a k d u s D s Cl mi
Phldl. A44,2y D .Mpttre sclln t'i condiIon. oodMtyre s "P+n'k. ipsoftSet e s Ice. Itimt-toStreet.nMohm ed,,Dan ie lrY ou0Gnnge.ee t. B arb ttl s of m y hsbad,,h eDv.enteenIn _'s _peaceul _Irmoy__Orlen_"olidA.__L dys Dieora l

~ INGs CO MMERIALDA.ft Vit Y Oncert drseN A. CoPrehAIaTsIRNT 33aur I a n 54-et S o- ud od)mye$fresonibl fo sy dbts-
T w o Nl p e t a s t e t u r p t p y e e a a het ina gencies. 8.01 u g o s i i g o M r i a o t b f e ea s t is m a ea m t
...... .........far 2. Ally or eAd a, ityp OE SPORT M ODrEL r S ER Tree MAGAIE- O-- S- ---AL- ll0.i One ta fro fouR PROads T. u -Alts. Rio Otr o.i"t Valievey-Au. 5. ore'leM acinWi
e to Manager.. l Suply r a good Price $0. iS, A MAAZI nE SUBSCRIPTION Cesranr r aiIcrs very uabpply fo r houesb2 1.- .. ..E PUB C I s.. e s at my. SeMt
POHio dt +N i itd y U 'l N A D 3 II R :w~ doxe under this life 00n August .30 .

-- -i-tLi Au.. 0.. .n to ae. Alone. Wraitr e AK. Mib. 5, We ptatIAly r b ogsVt scet r wi llr be cosi delledTO ca aLndrTEcTOn. Thomma' 120nSea I oth i or*t ar l rto ttd
51t obs. pasac 1 a Cria treetC WITH Si X TY10h. Ct South Min R -A u. O 17B o by l eAuu, 1dinry tr e setA P1ErLE.y d.sAE Lttret Aug. o.e ev e wr 141 A

k .ainu tio S 114.11. F K '.,?; bA +do I 11441 D1.,..., -RU'Kull l .,ic .,,nnsetRnwl. ssT tles ph eit rates ,REI s Pi.. PE.T.,No. S Relnd,,, -Ag.I t oep.aoe pl Her'.y. 51 Carot
li +l m raltimem b N t xEVured. t Dtl C tye Appls Mo~etoArc- d .-OR kaPAIl 16 F rede ick S reet Lane.rtBelmont Oferinrwyigt M -- Street-Auplg. 1IB5.H J~l
W.....c...s It rdln "' it'areg19. Abe-ceombyLitrelt -Ala ISUt. !fIeAug. l 29 nt eir a iramp e l-b1i0 f C/ o .,a Slict ors-Au Port J-t-STA TION VAAN -- ltbbli m~ boe l
D e a a o o l r n i ~ A ltd, i k,1A o h A UT O O IVA I 1 4 O E n m o o M G Z N U S R ~ l N i e S a n o 1 .O L X E I N E O K S P teEU "I*NES SI n A N N O U N C E M E N Tr o n ft
SEhV Ceb ND etoe"r.R typNOloula rtlStieirt,,Isalid ,litiS ECTA LES In'g"ift ISIO14nd05lidiectMON
suerorolans rmoet aio Bd LETOF AvgIi, elcito. NREPIt S Posoo 1 rtc DitSIp .CSADn(f E i wriing o C. 1. Str~ Qeet-Aug. enry, MPrincel ThbOAS bus and Sellds ~ -Tb ..It oec
E EALILE.TCisOt.SA LEA ug.DIOSAlRiar lrlMORALES.-W sI8Te ChpLda8 leUI edIN IThre elte. T E WANTED SS Ouere1 S1tet. Prohets o nl t himOf fic "4-C-ar-
ITRFiltiKnxIn home at.. . iP e- m r stailSiletati AR14m'ri talnevnmodelsmtyow, tue

O W N ; K r y P L 1 t U 'A 1 1 1 f~ & , % v t p I F t e e r 4 4; . 2O t h2rQre a l d e n t i s i1 1.sue sso na 1 4e w l e .iMGfR Dl eER .d G o5' E R E N C D I l e E C H .i ng-5
Mrs I oOUai 7o ,u-d'2 h I t ,--Stu. I..BieIley t tnr e n trAIOS hTOe S POE S ALE W atPIgRTStrIeIeta d Rdiot sTerrLC-- ace.SAY GooPd wIEgta todk enroms A N CytOAResI.

3 `11111111" 4 AM S IA 4 4 L 40. u ts ep Ii y w i l ,l~ ~ Ag. RIse ot a n loore; Ca b r Inet ty e, lar o tite M o 8del C a ca e i iS B a h a o dsptS i w o O l v d 0 d a l u
1, 4 tl ~rt-'f 'au". pat-st -Ao 22 Appy C'ManHgiha" ns a.,tsbrid t.01..Apply *ithtnner4.3 riepem.I3ChamsEriyer. 3JONIN lvedhDrOOMtad hs. Apply2Cotk. uthnoLt. .M
b0g. DogiI H n-AXAb A clme .Adul Imrp 13 -Ki A < 0 tn SwNreRoadve. ..... O"l IISEn trland 1 m.--. acn Street. Sea. --- .

mnn~~Aa Vratie Hy-u- *- ti oIauTOI "*Ii 4 th "'lectric It tfeo tPc-Aup n, t-Rod10.s.u. In~ Sre.*hn 53.Ag I
W AT ION AL -Aug.e1i.r r erced 4llnen Pe tondit i onA Fernandor e Extri app ltoLkt p and1 ruin0 "d--1ebe. 11' A'.OMMODATIAN..VAILABI.E foe T rin
2""' I he three-month WA NTED EdardranPon ... ...ea irsms, S AmD coNs D ec17 are malor ORAdin rthe. Mt.. Man ay, 12 Doedo
r 30 'a t l --. 3 .! E TO Stel 3 r14131.E T- tubes. Perfec c. c i Boe -Agencis 1 iit. Street S.... .. do. rus hovldbaul. lto e o r I IFRNT .
Ew m14E.CELO I"kvJs rEt rtit T birT rOee A1 0 cur Bu l-tlel, an Ir P 465 A 1' 56 Aug .W C IS. Wosifnen Stret-Aug. i. WI Included, 55 Murray "Ot tDJN NadImn

Vt ea enav ofic ekpenieice-,apy I'r Staley. Dow Vllage O orsuocha as diu'tss. ciAGis meet exelen cdIA un. operats toffee Street Slendid oality -Al r 'I+ exe lentcnlia PArIce8,0.Apl y oU I WHEMt N HORID n~r-AYINGOO IN STP 11o. V INCENT
RA M N L "A R A UT I C L6i' Y M s u ,HA r tn OR S E D N laen 'i-t .. .. e... .. o." i Mg ina l r U IIIiRndTd O N v e al-s t Io c rvisr a Bb c l t ~ me. `11oal.| for any d .elbts billt i et .11at b y G E O R G E --n lovP Bing and f ord -

" vely"1" e.-n+ ess.....t ...l fo e All "17Street Contct ,. Rudd Dnglssrttg a@ Quea Steet, amy atthe EdnhorouL HomtHotel erntorg Io r20 iirect urren.uEeke.nelnuSkeen, 3lGoam sreetnao Folndae'honei811.-Ag. 15 apeclua acommodaion: Sat ele. 001 IEIdoUUIU.JEIenIJIIld
Indse, Teamer, Cor int ig -:Istco dtil on 3 Edast r.dT l it'ireaft B-Avisig t D ic er AL4 L I G I E ttEt.H M I hm h vng lf hs ho e in ejCy O ly blivdts ile hlt A g s
end ffi e, I O .aHb S H O O S. Et C H ZV'; L Z T OI.LCR IE R M o o 1 I P A R I G As CAls Po perF~ ties n t~l D Po PE TYya haSry OEreeM DEtSOT. A lySNGR R u e' 1n9lo :4e ev3 n s S e eabahngitcllnhta'a ~O
..f..lt H. In an c at pro eS Pae.vi- "Asply eer.al La.. '1ri i t S-ardin. -' Ageeiwt .
e.tp t rouble c h ss- Ri e a lle P Msg IT (Ant rtsli'Phonought.3 Aecaite ea.etet.A g.lAndll +. rte Is. Igh treet. Sn blousen cooilerwi obehi S andosqorutieo tl
P Tmaerdaly Matriculatio ln guaglire 151e dAi..'.. lie. Aug..............L,--.. -AU5 I. i 'Paheet- ug, I locaaiyl 2 1. -ILIRree t-.
. ee "0011m h et 3 r I ESSO& & uke Ies,11RIES.... 1. MONEY pcai fUm bra"&usedRa incoatusedl 'o nI' 0 I -- __ 01116LICeN tSED, ISPt4 rt A DR.T OSEPne er RE4n A, DRv OLrDwi l.
in "' .. .llfnt condrition I.IPlehse'6nd Sewa i. 5Ttp i aet Square fast' 1 CaPnto PeCr uTY O. 00t BOEi d -fr 15io4,f ynes and Jamid, 52 PEJohnRou resA Chopea dea r N

ISVI .IAL-COLLECTI34, Pr hon'. P el 4ag S amp, Writeon fort feitnealrsto-.LAND 09. OR IMSALFMalne Steet Bn11a..-141.ab l os114 B Iedeta. k eS t eirset(s godie S.T E R ,V R I T I
or 6 S~NiorHANand MeRicA..uCarruied. W1e34trllSEA. Good CutIconditi Oon.~n ca n tet poe6 ia rparlWOesS). Phasa gd5484. IhodVembeeesonibegean dbt
Aton dtfe, iernlSrtCand. hesT'. yr1deeet Ag $0 oREe hoT rcoern. IX EE-A RE"ETA E ore t..fo t- 1 by bin.ie eeiet
-____A___I_________________inv tsret. th an Feone h and dollasApply fi OULTRYYAND SUPPLIES
far tb* Higher Ac ountra.,A.aRtakdeto, M. Ncaman Stth.oslpa.sCCCEsREET-Us lte LeghorRiding. d DssestVired.-aeut. 15
____hl __________. __, ______ Absi"' ""[ ;l;l t Ro n sea 9ltuatd at BeMoss CIren.er R_. -.. ug. 1 P. nl FO` SApr . 1, N W Y B ITrSA D Le

IV#Witng OIAS, Au. 147 V O IRESOse D LtT S -AuI. yAutg Rc. Is. -e-island- -ed.-51 - ----
H eOM1MEl R Cntt Mo.IBAetDAY &NIGHmTmnOwnn.VAhoxcelle1nor aloatdit in. yre. i. V t e ad I AcANT
ibusdealreet, l A lly bthn Rll1 r. Wecil street--Au.1ArLE.ItMa... . On Sept. .A pplyeU NAl Al..rg..p

AuxW W EelnTsqities, i.1.eweoe, obn m noistB IL I G eLo rg T r fORSt ora e i- Of m b SOU.As epii use~ W LA O C 8
,III" ICurc, r eod -Aug.14. Ifrmoal wayholdmysel flon. nri I Ear i a ug .

l + I Il, elntm r n l tIKTO TtlK I. .0 -ES AN FL. iN MIUA E00 S-o isrice .. .... .....u.m a a | i rckentd-~l M 1. J'. ae..A.n tnItaieutfltcndna e al..t~ 11 U 0V U~ a McDSO NIAI. N TICES Ibuesd e
M m:.t..;a-Ait$1-Aplyo tand _oney ,Tyree IPA,a Irere rtuol' RADol.. mile ~leInm.,.w; =.T;f--om your ,n B',_C.R. I MOTOR PUMP, miss*. Va-rA.
26+ T'1 I~r l l"'t o supp ytoIm r e ooveres 1111.1 p l "bI 9.. . . . *.. it n 1. RAGA I N E UBS RIPIO. N .tty e, l istr ap~ l so+C i de- v ery su . ....... .e. boom,|am ~ ) fer 4 3 R am mIO lyrM U t ]P ik y,- D ROOg A pin. ( or JI + V
. . . . . .t she M Y .B. r. No ,.., . - a.nd ....

-t he --e- oedlg-I S LOTE.--AN-a IT.a djoining 4.K J -o G.T TkY shm S.e C-i. tiE P.0 I h T I frv
wd.' 6. tth led- m so 1m undnr tse irre tU,-M.6a
V lco. t.5lad moi .--eb I--.. Ip0500l new reInt road to lqP. !I l Atit. 1. teto fm h es, Egbl ea
X1,EAIDE RDSORT LAMBH AU. 'ltibego1.40 0 Apply Q' Canmi0m M ORCA IT-4 1 sad 1U emI. s etlm e m Reseed1 .a l CKl3,
'. 1 .4mi yle l r bl inr late sell 3a | i~.Al Ui" 'boee eX*o- Tn* 11 ........1110 lTHR UIAi s bersto erll& 1 %at l
I'm adamow0Gs Mort to D..1 n eqin, t.ull sge'16, San lFernsand. hrese -t- R~ .

I{ mileA^ froma~e^ dearinurougin. Mow"se *mete 27.-Aug. is A. P^Hom 53e.eg.; IS. dbt whc heS. my aestrot, mS ~
eJ sea hSrernle keed. 'Pcn 5k -Aug G'. Reu _ '.----. CARO e- l am a n111 illerN00 t 6 0.C
0 tOCI) Uili ----- n*ol BB. P- 1T--. do Nto w mAiVMtatNo. Ae u. 151 3.O K.
oma, courteou oten---that what AGhCY ANNOUNCEMENTS O. ES MI a s "T-AuIg.i As.t S PaDeI1 hI e w y e tohat I
Super Mire Guet lot ie.. WOrthini. Bar- | La4 Panotte Street1. Mnrvaat.--&A .1" It Mmee t~p a tmy~i deb a tl dehle
K Ihe O. tAS fer. ate: sail. daily. gd. C. ALLAHAR, lita c- pt t l .
Rooesensaato:UraWie" hsnooia isswhar t AGic HUENCY AND ECIINSTATEAG9CYWIWELLA COWS 'CALE IFte vlt cto Am ~a to oe 15 an"tth~at It 6. s A

Ha ^^ ^,J s^'^ .'1.*B *y.v.- ^..,^ ^ ^ .'^0^ l~,is.wd ; s "..- ,A
| bados; HUtes Matte w. Rley Werree Street *upelerli 'iS S*t. Vincent St. 'Phen 5544.1 ,s IU reNeA t OItEOaUDO Nov er 1 l ya o .
T,..__ Ill-- naul'llVeH
s,,Stabile ati", Rate; 4.58" aity. amy ,*,A ,,.ik onuOTsL
STONIIYCROFTGoJ T MOUSE. "Bar- Laiarlge Di eeo Place,'Prince St. 17, re
IaiE U L. Aug. 15.ayeon.go, ares l. uPos IS Ran Pump. Ring Chavee. U, Aig. Iu
sI ON .at o ?t.--&ul. It.
41 Lanrd.Ia ..ne T..R. ESTWOSING "RPJRADLI MACKIN"l P Rlrtll TI5 2 8%k

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,1 BOTTLE ..... _,e. me
r "NK ,Not ed lpCh pe Iron ,dPartotlfromTWO .CROWN CORK MA. ImN1 m e. Oim 3mieeae
11O9UTSE LYS ITUATRE D wos $00 #W ;194eo ach lDonald Thomas.34 CkgriettC.-.Aug aek it.eSotgia s a a *
SWALLOWW s"Ako.o.EtAd. S bedroomt ,i t .lo.,1anL on Mnortges.. ,Re, .ete.,nd. DEMAND AMERICAN. RAT RUN-it at s i fe nw Reed.--1 .
batAciJu LLanrSensors S IT-ATE- Twv. no-stCres .R AT... .......t .ebee t- -t-baie sp ..les SOW ovey ...._y s. r -AgM 1I.. Is
watreroa abl mth, d vet.sa n ncade s. n-Aug. It. stt e--1611,.ISS1.111T Almg.Ya U.1
waterIs bath.; te. at e~a vida.. *rIte -,e a t' s eOt.e -- P ko"1. 111fNXW CA14VASFOLDING O Co Weed d eSU sa"-
Hon B-ll ,-11 uo "ti usedlan. s elating seame Refa hv insested e va? 1 o rla Of ak& prte ISS, A la Det s i
t 141m1lY. --Aug. 1014 ls lt5.prmnh n aeE-Ra-u. i ft. Vaimet ~ADM4~
IIPAUVIUL, M MIJU E c trniey t otniehed 't t betat t a anvi sl-. .._i :5
91111W l Se utsde *I Im1t1 ta. si two.- mlmuda br m e emltcapl, If al nyone tel 'w0 MAM IME-SIF tAU"BFo e Z
car ge ge. T res t o oto month ** or k e te.to... uh. P y bl yhsoa k eIver. m, . ...... bl..--el/operated V. hA uL .4 0 0 "
TelePhene, ele~0ia 4410aand eit MaIis moth nth. PlA""toset oult fgvlp S ~tt Iraeet. 6 to S P.M. 'Phae 4"G. AUp
a R~ r ii w"a m e nveleee. Owahr lobvinS Cu'iov tish e t oo W hala vSe xciugs tm o sell Zi ngW.'U. a0 1.NWSWeS @mod "%
Weakg Ap o t B-l4o, GuardianIlarge freehold prop erty io s o E.'e$am gKoa---
Al A HALLY COMnFORTABL EH OME yearn ago, with 4 is ar, l bed- ,SMW ,and 5 UTSTEW. E SEA ED GOLF CLUS. e "G U L F (C ashe
-1.-erthe so --_,.tuf -withsr amst0,1reen room1 withMmslasnmto p I. sIaP "sTn. a& wDUlo Sa111111. A
Plea... 'Ph-ne .... -""""&"-'---Auit"-.We also SavevseveralAsoportw *Ia t-Aug. 13. C MelST..VINrT STREE ,:
FU.RNI Ell B ,UNGALOW. Aria. tvar, ', W prices to, ui all Soakt, so m yu EB, -RO. A ERAND PMP .We*,
Apply S Prinee trel. -AugIf. Imi.-li.y you Ike lm PetIt VO 1y.-AM& Is.
TIia GwlS b Ihokoegow mwTMO"Irbakf 10111, 100%m Yft mMOO-g
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