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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 )
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Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


Additional Physical Form:
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
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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AUg. (AP).-
3 siec statnLemont
aa than 500 Ger-
ave been sunk
the war and
,hoato destroyed
timitly! greater
id e r harnt ships
that this figure
the German
etr the whole of
statement issued
y of President
-.Urobill, reafs:
German U-boats
war now exceeds
aperating are ex-
i Their efforts
eEtiv during July,
has been so Im-
lajce of continen-
h, e number of
has Men sub-
Wthan the number
hIps sunk. Seven-
lv been asunk while
interfere with out
Straffic since the
Sthe Army of Liber-
t et Is still of 1m.
B eertheless, U-boats
ted rather than the
whae been attacked
to the Indian
playing a great
tMma e forces. This
ibe maintained until
.> revival of the
Share killed, what-
Snow developments
1 developed by the
Claims of sink-
Ito be grossly exag-
11natance, their claim
latest month for
figures are avail-
4ilggerated 1,000 per


o Cease
w of the threat
l*irity from enemy
-|5Ible by the ex-
r. -bocats from the
in an official
Yesterday an-
sontinuation, as
Tomorrow, of the
Stests of air rald
ent, released
formation Office,
kas been given by
of Civil Defence
.approval of the
the Combined
Ies n Trildad.
Tests of the air
a be discontinued,
bi ldnight' Friday,
STests will only
Lach Sunday at
Raid" and "All
Will remain un-
B t1e being a warb-
Sminutes' duration
A steady n:te of two
0s also been given
W Use of sirens on
lel''!u such as fire

k Water Offer

* Considered
S1iThLfas iectowater
Sb MOUsiper ecricity
per 1,000 gallons
..t T eday morn.
O.S's il Finance Comn-
4M-y was Postponed
' I. Ftrrell. the City
1 reported on the mat-
If ebd to sell to the
M gallons daily
tir power station,
never. the "Trini-
tmderstands, is to
the price quoted
from the wells or
into the city's
ly Information as

Kon Sof Jhe Sup-
Sheld recentlv in
Iw, to make Trinldad
th recap'ng of
*. Wndward Island
land th Gjvrrn.-
trous colonies have
anegotia'nmns witn
r'naent w!th a view
Sto rinidi.,
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tIe..w Investitat-
l aenaof thee
aement will
Dveynear future.
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Imlllting the
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LI -a naeemy before
to accept
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Rei'seigty but
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N.. 8,194, 27TH YEAR

Churchill Meets Air Ace

Mr. Winoto s Church:l1, the Prne MiaDleMr, shakes hands with
Win Commander Johnny Johnson, ace fighter pilot, during hbin
bupecUion tour of French airfields. Comdr. Johnson hms accounted
foer entmy aircraft ditroyed, and is holder of the Distin-
gulead Service Order witht two brn, and Dlstlaguished Flying
ro, arnd bar. Hi; home Is Melton Mowbray, Lemcestar, Eniand.
This ia a Brttih official photo, released through Asoclated Press.

Eisenhower Moves
Headquarters To France
LONDON, Aug, 9 (APp-
General Dwight Eisenhower
has moved his headquarters
from Britain to France by air.
This followed announcement
this morning that General Sir
Henry Maitland Wilso". Com-
mander-In-Chief, Mediterran-
ean theatre, has moved his
headquarters from Algiers to
General Eisenhower con-
ferred with MLr. Winston
Churchill, the Prime Minister,
who visited France during the
bank holiday.

U.S. Troops

Take Nearly

All Guam
Admiral Chester Nimltz announced
tonight that American forces
have completed the conquest of
Guam except for a small inland
area near Pati point where the
surviving Japanese are surrounded
The campaign to retake Guam be-
gan with the invasion of the
island on July 20 by the Third
and Fourth Marine divisions and
the Infantry divisions. Assault
troops landed at two points on the
western coast, overrunning rapidly
the lower half of the island, and
are now virtually In complete re-
conquest of the Island on the
30th day of the campaign.
The remalninIng pocket of enemy
resistance Is expected to be wiped
out shortly as the Americans are
exerting heavv pressure on the
remnants of the Japanese garrior
which had no hope of escape
Any attempt by the surviving Nip-
ponese to flee by water was
blocked by American warshlnp
that kept constant patrols on
the island's coasts.
Major-General Roy Geiger com-
manded the ground forces that
conquered Guam, the third island
In the strategic Marianas roup
to be recaptured. The others,
Tinian and Saipan, about 125 miles
to the north, were taken in July.
There are several important air-
fields on the three islands, all
within Super-Fortress bombing
range of Japan, the Philippines.
and the China coast. Seizure of
the three principal islands in the
Marianas gives the United States
advanced bases for deeper pene-
tration into the Japanese inner
islands' defence arc.

Americans Occupy

Baker Island
The Navy disclosed today that
American sovereignty has been re-
established on Baker Island in the
Central Pacific from which Ameri-
can forces had withdrawn early in
1942. The landings last fall en-
countered no opposition.
Reoccupation of the little island
in American possession since 1935,
indicates that nearby Howland Is-
land-about 60 miles to the north
Is also now occupied bv an Ameri-
can garrison. Howl3nd was eva-
cuated at the same time American
forces withdrew from Baker.

Water Loss Leads
To Conduct Probe
A five-man committee of the
Port-of-Spain City Council was
appointed at Tuesday morning's
meeting of the Council's Finance
Committee to inquire Into the con-
duct of certain waterworks em-
ployees who, it Is reported, failed
to carry out their duties as directed
and caused loss of a considerable
quantity of the city's water.
The "Trinidad Guardian" under.
stands that declsicn to appoint the
committee of Inquiry arose from a
report about the conduct of certain
employees who had been sent to
remedy a burst water main In the
Queen'i Park Savannah last Friday
and another at Diego Martin tle
following day.

The King Congratulates
Sir Harold McMichael
LONDON, Aug. (tReuter)-Rlh
Majesty the King Im sent a me-
no of congratulation to or
Harold McMicel, High o iommi-
sioner for Palestine, and Lady
MeMetsL,. who recently escaped
with sight Injuries in an ambush.
It was reported to Palestine to"
night that sevaW persons have
been arre etd In onnctn with
the Incident and the t
ehav appealed to the pel
aid tbhB in bringi:g
*Uabiak tojm W

Health Class

To Start

September 1

The "Triridad Guardian" waRR
officially Irformed yesterday that
it is planned to start the first
training class for physicians,
nurses and laboratory technicians
at the Caribbean Medical Centre.
on Arlapita Avenue, on or about
September 1.
Invitations have been Issued
through Dr. Norman Maclennan
Director of Medical Services, and
Sir Rupert Briercliffe, Medical
Adviser to Sir Frank Stockdale
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies, to the
Governments of various British
West Indian Colonies, and to select
personnel for training.
Preparations for the opening
are being made and It is hoped to
have here on the occasion Sir
Frank Stcckdale and Mr. Charles
W. Taussig, British and American
co-chairmen of the Anglo-Amerl-
*can Caribbean Commission.
According to a recent report of
Mr. Ralph WallUerhorst, Education
Director at the centre, male head
and assistant teachers, have been
receiving health education lectures
illustrated by motion pictures and
clinical slides, every Saturday
afternoon from July 15.
The plan Is to equip teacher,
with knowledge of health mat':er
so that they would be able to pass
It on to their pupils.
Amorg the lectures so far given
on V.D.. ore was on the "Back-
ground to the V.D. Control Pro-
ject" by Colonel 0. C., Wenger,
American Adviser to the Anglo-
American Caribbean Commission
on the Control of Venereal Dis-
ease, on July 15. The following
Saturday Mr. Wallenhorat dis-
cussed "V.D. History, Prevalence
and Cost to the Community," and
later Dr. Martin Cook dealt with
the medical nature of syphilis.
Last Saturday Major Ralph Hogan,
Director of Laboratories, spoke on
"The Biology of Venereal Dis-
All the teachers volunteered to
have chest examinations and blood
During July 2,008 blood tests
were taken by the centre's staff.



Meid In Vice

British and German
Armies Face Shortages
Across Arno River
ROME, Aug. 9 (AP).-Florenc
i locke~ in a deadly vice formed
by British and German armies still
almost entirely intact, but facing a
series of food and watershortages
and beset by looting and outblrsts
of civil war, it was reported from
the front.
Military operations around the
ltv have cut off the food supply
from the surrounding countryside
which is one of Italy's rtche.t agri-
cultial regions and it was reported
that no food has been distribu-
ted In the shops on the German
side of the Arno Aince last Frldsy
The German destruction of the
power plant has deorlved the city
of light and caused an alarming
water supply situation witn water
already reportedly sold at 230 cents
a bottle.
The Tuscan capital Is known to
be the hotbed of both Fascist and
anti-Fascist extremists. Fighting
between these has broken out In
one neighbourhood, according to
Italians who have crossed the
River Arno.
looting in some sections both of
German soldiers and Italian hood-
lums was also reported with bull-
of the population hoping for a
speedy deliverance from their
plight. Military operation' in and
around Florence were limited to
patrol forays and machine-gun
nests now line the banks of the
Arno along its course through the
city not firing much but trained on
any motion by the opposing forces.
Fighting Shifted
To Tuscany Hills
ROME, Aug. 9 (Reuer.- The
fighting in Italy has shif.ed for the
nomen fc'om Florence to the
rugged hills of Tuscany, 30 miles
away to the southeast. Here. altei
a grim hard battle the Eighth
Armv has captured an important
hill 10 miles due north of Arezzo.
The Germans came back at the
Allied troops five times in a day in
efforts to retake this hill but. in
the words of Godfrey Talbot, B.B.C.
correspondent, they failed In the
face of magnificent shooting by
Eighth Army artillery.
It is difficult, Talbot says, to
speak too highly of the work Brit-
ish gunners did and in fact have
been doing throughout the advance.
Apart from pinning down the
German troops shooting like theirs,
does a lot to undermine the morale
of an enemy who is already begin-
ning to realise that he is on the
losing side.

British Make Gain

In Burma Fighting
DY, Aug. 9 (Reuter)-The British
14th Army made another gain yes-
terday In its drive to expel the re-
maining Japanese from the Indian
State of Manipur. Japanese rear-
guards at the Burma border near
to the Tiddim road were driven from
their bunkers after a two.day as-
sault by British infantry, artillery
and aircraft.
They fell back four miles to new
posltizns 54 miles south of Imphal.
Indian troops are following up
To the southeast of Imphal. too,
the Japanese are still falling back
and they are now .same miles be-
yond the Burma t:wn of Tamu.

Stalin Seeks Vatican Aid

To Solve Post-War Problems

LONDON, A4g. (AP) The "News Chronicle" said today that
Stalin has submitted to the Vatican "a document which amounts to
nothing less than a proposal for co-ordinated action between Moscow
end the Vatican for post-war solution of moral and social problems"
which are likely to have Immediate effects on liberated Poland.
It said Stalin, through his Vatican envoy, suggested to the Pope
the exchange of vlev's to facilitate agreed action at the peace con-
ference. 4. ---

The "Chro"lcle"' said Stalin hn
assured the Pone hat Russia not
only does not s-ek anywhere to
change the exitlng social order by
force, but w:uld even oppose it. It
is the Soviet aim to reach its goal
by progressive development only
according to democratic and"legal
nrincloles, It added, referring to
Stalin'a adherence In Teheran to
the war aims of the western demo-
The newspaper said nothing Is yet
known about the Vatican's attitude
toward the Soviet sugestions "ex-
cept the decision that Monslantor
Cortesi. Papal Nuncio to the Polish
Government, should prceed to
Warsaw immediately the Polish
ca nltal Is freed,'"
If Monsmlior Oortesi roes to War-
saw while the Sovlet-.assistel Polish
National Liberation Committee is
in virtual control this would be a
significant move. It would Indicate
that the Vatican has reconciled
itself to the prospect of paet-war
Poland on terms of close friendshin
with the Soviet Russia. This equal-
Iv refers to Czechtslovakia. an-
other predominantly Catholic coun-.

W.I. Law Officers
Meet Here
A conference of West Indian
Attorneys-lenaeral is being held
here. the "Trinidad Guartan"
learnt yesterday.
Those taki part arn the on'-
lie I 0. Pateoo, Attornv3-Gen-
sral, British Guiana; the Hoa'ble
A. R. Cools artigue, Attoney-
General. Grewnad the Ho'ble 8a.
IL Goroe., Attorae14eneral, Tee-
ward Islands; Mr. R. ). Newbold.
tctor-General, Jamaica; and
thoe IeM#'be 3. H. U. de Coraer.
JolAetf Mttact^GtpOaa

Rival Poles

Fail ToAgr
MOSCOW, Aug 9 (Al
leaders of the rival Polish
are returning to their rem
headquarters in London an
lin with the renewal of n
tions delayed at least until
sew is freed.
'The National Committee
beration disclosed that Pr
Morawskl had departed f
and. Mr. Stanislaw Mike
and his colleagues are sio
to leave tomr-row for Z
Both sides left the door op
further talks of an indefin
ture, but indicated they pi
to wait until after the G
were driven oat of Warm
the Polish capital could b
scene of their deliberations.
The committee, in a Pr
lease, sought to place respo
ty for the suspension of n
tons on Mr. Mikolajcsyk's
nation for not relbuncing tV
constitution in favour of tb
democratic 1921 document.
The Soviet Utmn's potl
officially unchanged-favcur
the settlement of the b
Polish problem by the Pois
Wel. As matters stand n
0 progress was made tm
United Polish Govrwamem
more howe ful d omatic o
said a future ncfterenee
auoeed where this was h
Mr. I'toliajck now iam
terms the other -
S must meet If the Int
elaborate with the Ll
Cowttee an Paolish so
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American Forces Capture!

St. Malo, Key Brittany Port;:

Savage Battle For East Prussia

Nazi Troops Vital Nazi Oil Industries Get +Le Mans

Rpatn Rack Pounding From U.S Heavies Oni

^ ,q^.U'./aAJ JLT4V/AU. *- "- ----** -
Germans Summon SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, Allied Expeditionary Force Aug 9-
Everv Able.Bodied tAP)-American heavy bombers, more than 1,000 strong, thundered
M n ad Wom \om Britisl and Italian bases today in throttling thrusts at the
Man and Woman choked industry of depleted oil in Germany, Hungary and Yugo-
By W. W. HERCHER slavia, as Tactical Forces streamed over the enemy in France, in a
LONDON. jug. 9 (AP>-Alarmed,
Nazis threw in -avage counter-1I campaign to burn bridges behind him.
attacks at the Russians' closest The weather en the Frenh 4'- .. -... .- -
points of apprcacii to East Prussia front was favourable for the aeril. a m
and summoned every able-bodId blow 17 w oa
man and woman from 15 to 65 to Eighth Air Force Fortresses and 1 M i l g
dig trenches against the imminent Liberators had to plow through[00
entry of the Red Army on to the murky weather to cascade exple-
"h6ly" soil of the Fatherland. sie on targets itn Stuttgart, From W rocked
The Russian communique said railroad marsialllng yard and r c e
counter-attacks east of the East other sectors of southern Germany A'Plane
Pru.ssian border town of Schir- Mere than 500 Sheavies of the 15rm
wirdt were beaten off with heavy Air Force struck Nzi aircraft otl P eA A .
los'-es to the large German tanlk r Arores, srcl ain the Afm i_ __
resources. including the Almes
and infantry forces employed, and Fuzito refinery o the Danube, HAVANA. Aug. 9 (AP)- Seven
told of continuing hard-won So- 30 miles wes, of Budapest. a Mes- teen passengers are missing as
viet gains at both ends and In the serschmltt assembling plant" at result o0 the crash of a van
centre of the 1,000-mile eastern yor and irdromes at Eveche American flying boat which broki
battle front againstt the stiffening and Tokol. in Hu"gary, and rail III two and sant Tuesday in an at.
German defence.
Reunter states that Rssian yards at Brod in Yugoslavia. The fLempttd take-off from rougn wate
troor.s have resumed their of- fighter escorts of both bomb in Ipe Bay on northeastern Culb
fensie northeast cf Warsaw fleets reported few air ccmbats. Nine passengers and the crew ]ol
fensve rrthast f Wasawfive are safe.
where they have captured more VITAL CANAL HIT Survivors who were flown Iron
than 150 places and have The R A.F. announced thai Antilla, scene of the accident to
cleared the Germans out of a bomb-carrying Mustangs of the Miami. said they felt certain al
wide stretch of country between Desert Air Force knocked out those who are missing were trap
tne Bug and the Vistula. Fur- canal lock gates at Cavanella and ptd in the clipper and drowned
their south they have extended Adige. sbuth of Venice in repeated Six bodies had been recovered a
their bridgehead over the Via- attacks during the past two days. the time.
tula between Warsaw and closing the water route over which William D. nr.nailwood, San Juat
Krakow and have made steady the enemy is movli'g immense automobile dealer, said there wer
progress in the Carpathian quantities of supplies and ammunil- swells in the bay as the big-tour
foothills north of the Czecho- tion fcr the Gothic Line. The an- 'i'ngined clipper, which flew plonee
slovak border.] nouncement said it is believed the transport flights to China In 1935
In the north, the Russians re- canal would be useless for a long roared over the water for a take
ported the capture of 280 towrs in time snd all traffic on the Adige off. He said: "Just as we wer
twin drives northwestward towards River dislocated, ready to leave the water we hit
Riga and latvia along both sides Eighteen bombers and two fight. high swell. It tore the bottom o0
of the Daugava River, while they ers are missing from the Elhth our ship. We must have been go
widened to the westward their" Air Force's mission into Germany. ag at 80 or 90 miles per hour.
trans-Latvian corridor to the sew Escorting fighters shot down 33 "Ihe 'plane shuddered to a sto p
that has cut off two German Nazi 'planes in aerial combat, des a w eet. I was eate
armies, troyed 30 on the ground, plus 50 In the rear near the hatch. I aw
IReuter says Soviet columns, locomotives and 137 freight cars water coming through the 'plan
advancing on the port of Large formations of Ninth Air towards me. I must have passe
Riga from the west and south- Force Marauders and Havocs this out from shock, but before I did
west, were today reported with- afternoon bombed five railway saw the 'plane break in two an
in 20 miles of it. To the south- r s vr the is northea start to sink.
east another Soviet force has bridges ov'er the ease, northeast 'thert artsink wihIwa cl
captured anothe imp oretan rail- of Paris, and a sixth at Chartres "The Dart In which I wa seats
Croad theown of Kurvap il-s, 5 Bridge-busting on thie Olse took overturned and 1 was left hanging
Pdt I Wn ofXuris~ll, 13from my safety belt. I ma d
I tles from Rigs.l aircraft to Pontolse, Verblere to releaseY the belt quickly 4
miles from Riga.) cbau-ny Compiegne and Beau- to release the belt quitckly 'I"
The German radio admitted the Cmuny, Compegne and Beau-e went out of the, b&atch. There ws
abandonment of Raseinial, 53 miles otib the l B n a lot of yelling In the 'plane. I a
northeast o$ the East Prussian city M while R.AF sted a na and tin sure that most of the people in th
of Tilsit. The German radio reported Mitchelis blaforested ao ammunition ast centre of the ship were drowned.
that the Russiars had broken into dump in the forest of Lyons, east mallwood praised the crew
the German lines there although a of Rouen. Bombs started huge members. He said: "They wer
major break-through was pre- fires, then a terrific explosion, felt perfect. They were responsible fo
vented. Raselnial is only 13 miles over five miles, rocked the 'planes the safety of the lives of most o
from the main Biauliai-Tilsit road like cradles. Trees bowed eart"-those who got out. They wen
A retreat of a mile or more to ward. Three 'planes were lst in through the ship trying to release
Baranow near the strong Soviet the operation, the safety belts and even cut "on
bridgehead south of Warsaw is ROBOT SITES VISITED of them."
also acknowledged. American heavies, returning The 'plane, en route from Sat
as ___-- from Germany. passed R.A.F. Lan- Juan to Miami, had alighted a
^T" For casters and Halifaxe' hitting fly- Antilla to discharge and pick up
Britishh n O r ing bomb sites In northern France. passengers. The rear half of thi
S1Other Halifaxes made a heavy at- clipper did not break completely
Venezuela Soon ,- -.. O CoL PLEASTURN To PAo CO. ,
LONDON, August 9 (Rruter).-- ]- T NT---.CL4
Sir George OLIlvie Forbes, theTyr Shift P n
First British Ambassador to vane-ITyre Shft lan
zuela, wil be leaving England very
shortly to take up his post. On the| To a Sh gortage a N N
eve of his departure Sir Ogilvie Ease A
Forbes gave the following state- Relief from the acute shortage cl
ment to Reuter: "The King has motor.-car tvres is seen in a recent C NIN
done me the great honour of send- decision of the Transport Emergency
ing me to Venezucla as British Board to fit motor-car with sal-
Ambassador to the native land of vaged truck tyres THE PREMI
E* Ion Bo:ivar. In this connection, a committee T 1E 1
"The friendly republic of Vene- has been appointed to investigate
zuela holds an Increasingly im- the proposal, and already a number
portant place among the nations of cety motor-cars are fitted with
of the world, in recognition of those tyres.
which both Venezuela and Biltain Fitting of commercial cars with
have raised the status of their salvaged tiruck tyres, Mr. 1I. Goldie,
respective missions, secretary of the Transport Emer-
"I am certain that I shall fom agency Board, told the "Trinidad
the beginnnig find myself amongst Guardian" yesterday, will necessi-
friends, in a nation for whose in- tate the changing cf wheels also.
dependence the British Legion Issues of those tyres would neces-
made their contribution on the sarily have to be in pairs, as both G
battlefields of Carabobo and else- wheels, either front or back, must
where." be of the same size for the tyres to
---- * ---- fit.
AThe Idea, he stated, wa to k
on the road motcr-cars which C
cause of one or two bad lyres,;

cc Coastal Service
PI-The Breakdown of the Coastal
regime Steamer Tobago which occurred
cective a few days ago, Is resulting In
iLd-i great delay In transport to and
neot- from 1Tobago, the "Trinidad Ouar-
I War- mn" understands.
S With only one boat, the Trial-
rict L. dadplying between the two is-
fort. lands, scores of Tobago residents
oiaJcsayk holding return tickets in Trinidad
eduled are awaiting passage back.
rigland O priorty paa to ven-
pen for dran b Sinhmmessm. It is stated
iteno- an being granted.
referred Repairs are said to be going
~rmans head With all possible speed and
w and it Is hoped that the vessel will be
a the back on the run to Tobago within
a few days.
ess re-
masibl- Shrapnel Removed
idle- From Rommel's Head
SO1M3 NEW YORK. Aul. 9 (AP)-A
More British radio, crediting reports
t a from German circles in Copen-
Ion was hen, said that a Danish brain
itble specialist, ward D beh. "recent-
mt Ilv removed shrapnel splinter
Sqn. tOrm Rcmel' heaa but refused
word 6 to aept a fbe.'
bt ut '
bevll? LUGAL AomnW =US
SM.. Kl 0. 0 oW. a-Wray. Awls-
t Legal AdYar to the Coloial
do (oeok b" arstei heEI^iMed aa4
Is*twiteg a0 Oeassed Usme4

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were forced to tie up. I r,'.
Mr. Goldle explained that while
there was an appreciable amount
of truck tyres, there was a more
acute shortage ef motorcar tyres L
than was ever anticipated.

Gene Tunney
Passes Through
Gene Tunney, known to sport
fans as the "Fighting Marine," now
a commander in the US. Navy, -
who spent some days In Trinidad
about two months ago, returned to
the Colony on Sunday night by
Pan American 'plane from Rio d
Janeiro where he had gone on an
inspection tour. C
Travelling by the same or-
tunity was Mr. Riehl, vice-prs*dat
of Pan American Airways.
During his overnight stay here,
Tunney was the guest t0
of Pan American Airways at their
staff house at Plarco. S.rc j!
Nazis Say Bulgaria t1
Not' Seeking Armistice
LONDON. Aug. I (AF, -Hn
German radio said to"l fat
the Bulgarian Foreign Offl. de-
nlee as untrue foreign reports that
Bulgaria ts attempting to neg
tiate an armUtce with the Brith I & & al
end Americ sia." Simultaneoeuly
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Canadians Take 2,000
Prisoners and Continue
To Advance
Allied Expeditionary Torce, Aug. *
(AP)--Amerlcan troops have cap*
tured St. Malo, important Brittany
seaport, it was offcial'y announced
Earlier today other American


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forces had swept straight through
Ie Mans anc 'norird. ti L tin.
checked, ino the last hundred
miles to Paris.
According -o Berlin messages,
Reuter states, the Germans at St,
Malo la't night had to withdraw 4
oare pont into the inner defence
Irin of the fortress area.
It was also repotted tonight, but
confirmaion. that the Americans
have penetrated Into Nantes oil
Jthe Loire Rlev and have pushed
into Anger J ust north of the
Loire. '- ,
German cotmter-attace against
'the Britih bridgehead gross the
Orne collapsed and the British are
advancing amid Indications thaa
the Nazia a re about to withdraw
from the bolt position between the
British and Canadian sectors, -
It was disclosed that the Ger.
mans have regained Mortain Inon
Eee-saw fight in the zone neareet
Avranches. but the Americansr .
gaining increasingly an advan-
ItagSou pitiOn with gains to the
north from which to pinch out
the whole sector.
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'Violent End Foreseen
S For liderite Regime
.. Ne regime came to power byA

viDSoMencet ed Itself by terror

Will come to a vk~lent end. The rift in
SGerman military leadership revealed
bth recent plot against Hitler's life
has been followed by a purge in the true
N sifaeson, but it is certain that b the

extermination of his opponents will not
ane for any greSater trengh or .ta-
blU otthe tottering Reich. The con-

sequtences of the June, 1930, purge were
altogether different because of the
different circumstances. poe Naziswere
at war with their enemies inside the
Reicm, but Grainy was at peace with
the outside world. Nazism in those far
off days wetnotain article for exports
hand the military least Germanship rengthvealed
b recent plot against external forces had not yetHitler life
arrived.en followed by a purgo had free playie true
aithe perseciutn of the enemies of Nazismt the
extere wmination of hise of Hipponentler's will notf a
greater for any greater strength or sta-he
ability of the tottering Reich. The con-

sequenemies of the June, 1930,had purgfore wereto

bide their time.
altogether differets an altogether changed
stodifferent circumstances. The Nazischt, whiereh

HRiter once proclaimed "Invincible," has
been defeated on every front for much
moat war with their enemies inside the
whReich, but Germany was at peace witect
the outside wvitoryld. Nazis In eclipthose and on
hofe day was not an articompletely wiped out.

By cotrut, conquering Allied armies
anld the time to test German strength
against external forces had not yeting
arrived. Theall German Industry and steadily in
the persecution of the enemies of whNazism,
therength still left it. Hitler's poaims of a
great Germany being achieved, and the

at the head of the system had pernedforce to
bide their time.

Tnures for him prae is an altogether chtoriesanged
blame story to tell. TOf the formeracht, whichas

,xhad none since Rommel reached the gate.
ofHitler once proclaimed "latter hnvincible," has
been good mefeasurted on every froneat disastefor much

Sat Btalingrad. A layman's seizure of the
dimore thaion aof the war; aba the Luftwaffe,
experwhich was to bdvce nthe principal archntuitiectn,

has brought unparalleled disgrace to
of German victory, is in eclipsed the ustifiablend on
resenthe way to being completely wiped out.
By People do not queringsk their Allied armiesnd
areers unless they feel very stronglyee
aboutides, while giganto whic air fleets are corlaying
waste allth German industry and steadily
dras, aining the Nazi war machine hae of whatid
strength is still left it. Hitler's position

at the penalty for the German armed forceskill
assures for him praise for victories and
,blame for defeats. Of the former he has

had none since Rommel reached the gatates

tempt did they not think it worth while
to pay the cost of failure. By destroying
his-of Egypt, while of tr has not made his
Spositiond more secure since the greannot disasterieve
*at Stalingrad. A layman's seizure of the
direction of the war, and abandonment of
-expert advice In favour of his Intuition,
has brought unparalleled disgrace to
German arms and earned the justifiable
resentment of the proud Junker generals.
People do not risk their lives and
careers unless they feel very strongly
'; about the cause to which they have coin-
mintted themselves. The Gcrman gen-
I* erals, and other officers who have paid
|p the penalty for the attempt to kill
1; Hitler, would not have dared that at-
Hj tempt did they not think It worth while
I to pay the cost of failure. By destroying
^i his opponents Hitler has not made hia~
*r position more secure. He cannot retrieve

Offic s :2 ro-woiy,

the military diauar M as the eU tinted
failure -q S.$atwefl N-bud ats lUein
Intuition 'U00e o eA0 e Osm ino uijit"
faction aswa the reaMl geerals.
Whether 1y w U a40em10t 4 remoee
Hitter before the cradu comes remains
to be seeo but the pobabilitles am that
there will be a war of extermination
among the leading Nail personalities If
their opponents do not get them ArMt.
There are thousands of people In Oer-
many who are biding their time until
they can avenge themselves on the
leaders of Nazism for all the misery and
suffering they have made them undergo,
and even thOe who were the unfortunate
dupes of those leaders will turn against
them in the end.

Higher Electricity Rates
If City Council Takes Over

THE City Council lost little time last week
in adopting the report of Its com-
mittee on the electricity take-over, but
while it set an example in celerity we
cannot commend its decision to acquire.
The committee did not put forward a
single constructive argument in favour
of such a course, but admitted on the
contrary that it would be more practi-
cable for one organisation to run the
whole undertaking instead of the Council
butting in. This is exactly what we have
said all along, for while not opposed to
decentralisation in principle, we feel that
best results would be secured in this
case if the Electricity Commission w re
the sole manager.
The committee has thus taken the
paradoxical step of advising the City
Council to do something which it con-
siders less practicable, and the Council
has accepted its advice And the com-
mittee has not hesitated to tell us exactly
what we may expect from the take-over.
Consumers, it says, will probably not get
the benefit of reduced rates for some
years, and may even have their rates
Increased. This is certainly a dismal
prospect, and it is difficult to understand
what was meant when one of the City
Fathers exclaimed, "Canaan is in sight!"
The standard domestic rate is now 16
cents per unit instead of 24 cents plus
meter rent previously charged, and in-
dustrial rates ha e also been lowered.
Must private convenience and industrial
development be sacrificed? What can
justify municipal interference it the
public is to be penalised?
Of course the committee advanced
the theory that after a time the City
Council will be able to bring its rates
down again. But this is a hope unsup-
ported by logic or precedent, for it is
obvious that the Council's experience
and its flair for obstruction will be serious
handicaps. Since the Electricity Com-
mission will be pledged to reduce con-
sumer charges as rapidly as possible, and
will have greater technical experience
and resources, what is to be gained by
municipal experimentation?
The City Fathers will have more
jobs to bestow, but we can scarcely expect
the people of the city to feel jubilant on
that score. The Ordinance empowers,
but it does not compel, the Council to
take charge of the distribution now that
the Government has decided on an island
scheme. A verdict should therefore be
based, not on sentiment or prestige, but
on business considerations and service.

Phones : 4907

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letters to
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Reatder Finds Loending Hre
Involves To Loneg D.Dday
The Editor, "Triaiad G Urdlan."
In falIges to the general c-
11 p lic and boat mwers I
"ol e o tbrine to the node
f aU calo ned the mad tte of
affairs eisting between te tra.
Yeller and the Harbour Authori-
ties with regard to landing facll-i
ties in Trinidad alter p.m.
Recently I was forced to travel
front Grenada to Traldad In a
ailing veel, owing tu a dsloca-
tlon of the 'plane service. After
spending 4 hours on board the
craft, without any sleep, we ar.
rived at our destInation at 0.15 p.m.
The boat proceeded towards the
inspectimon barge for clearance
and. on getting near, was hailed
by the Police launch and Informed
that it was tco late for clearance.
This meant that we were to Stay
on board in the harbour.
Morning arrived at last, and I
expected to see the Harbour Offi-
cer arrive at a reasonable hour,
but to my surprise and disgust, he
turned up at 8.25 a.m. to com-
mence the Job cf clearing the ves-
Can something not be done to
remedy this by organizing a com-
plete shift system, or, at least,
shifts until midnight? I understand
this consideration is given to other
travellers elsewhere who are pre-
pared to meet the extra expense.
What about the crews and own.
ers of these vessels who earn their
livelihood by this means? Why
must they be made to waste so
much of their time in port before
being cleared?
Palo Seco.

Congress Speaker Criticised
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
On Saturday. July 29, there was a
Youth Congress at the Royal Vic-
toria Institute at which several
clubs and organizations from dii-
fer(nt parts of the Colony were
represented. There were also spe-
cial invitees. In his opening ad-
dress, the chairman of the Or-
ganising Committee stated that
this congress aimed at the co-or-
dinating of existing youth organi-
sations. so that young men and
women might meet and discuss the
plans necessary for elevating the
social and intellectual level of the
youth of today, parents of those of
E ut a speaker told the audience
that the population of Trinidad
was climbing too steadily for com-
fort, and suggested that birth con-
trol should be encouraged to check
this rise. This was a ridiculous
statement in its entirety-a con-
tradiction of the basic foundation
of the meeting, of which he was
a selected speaker. Not only was
he prompting a war against na-
ture, but was encouraging a fear-
lful practice which has serious re-
percussions on the physical, men-
tal. moral and spiritual aspects of
human beings.
If, as he suggested, birth con-
trol be practised, then there would
be no youths. There would be no
Trinidad. At any rate, not a
Trinidad with assets of youth for
investment, but a Trinidad with
liabilities of immorality, poverty
and intellectual decline. A ghastly
prospect, indeed!
Yet a crowd of 265 people sat
unmoved by this horrible sugges-
tion, and jeered at the few who
protested by leaving the hall.
We wish to dissociate ourselves
from the views of this speaker.
and fail to understand how such
an ideal could be proposed at the
first youth congress heid In

U.K1 the Mahaamlh s of Jam a"lNMd l, amd SIr F ft"h"
Noon, K.C.&I. K.C.LE., Defenes M3eir 1 O W Ve0016y's11 xe-
Uve CouncU, India's represeatatives In se NMti War Cairm
who recently arrived la iBIa, speak aS SobS 11 rad&-
cemUtg Corpormleon i:t rhne m& I. th e alujab gave a des-
criptlon of the country of KahAir., a&d Sr lreakhaa Noon
spoke about India's ooatrlbntlon to the war effort.-(BBC photo

Allied 'Planes Smash Nazi

Targets In Northern Franze

tack on a fuel depot in the forest
of M'arel. near Valenciennes, and
later Lancasters smashed Keasel-
ri'g's shelters and tanks at La
Pallice on the west coast of
Allied Air Forces last night
blasted Nazi oil resources, as
R.A.r. Lancasters and Hallfaxes
smashed three fuel dumps in
northern France, each containing
100 tons of oil. Mosquitoes strafed
trains and bombed Cologne with
two-ton blockbusters.
The Ninth Air Force reported
that 51 tanks were destroyed and
rna-y more damaged in more than
1,000 sorties at the front yester-
Allied Aircraft Isolate '
Northwestern France
LONDON, August 9 (Reuter) It
has just been revealed that Allied
aircraft have virtually isolated the
whole of tlhe northwest corner of
France. from the rest of German
occupied Europe. This corner is al-
most bounded by the two great
rivers, the Seine and the Loire,
and at the moment every single
bridge over the Loire is knocked
out, and all but two over the
Seine are in a similar shape.
This Important fact has been
given at Supreme Headquarters by
Air Chief Marshal Sir Trafford
Lee-Mallory, the Commnander-In-
Chief of the Allied Expeditionary
Air Forces. Here are some of the
other points he made: "Our long-
term policy of bombing the enemy's
railway system has put the Ger-
mans in northern France and Bel-
glum in such a mess that they
have been unable to reinforce and
supply. Had the railway system
not been so badly mauled, we
would have come off badly during
the poor weather recently. In our
long-term bombing programme we
had planned to attack SO railway
centres. Fifty-one of these had
been completely destroyed and 25
severely damaged, at a cost of
62,000 tons of bombW.
"German divisions headed for
the battlefront were known to
have detrained as much as 280
miles away to the east to make
the rest of the journey by road.

Sir Trafford said now that the
battle had become more fluid it
offered magnificent opportunities
to Allied fighter bombers. This
was a splendid weapon for ex-
ploiting a victory, and when the
enemy began to fall back all along
the line the Allies intended to
use it to the utmost.
At about the same time, squad-
rons of R.A.F. Mosquitoes flew
further afield to make what is offi-
cially described as a swift con-
centrated attack on Cologne. More
Halifax bombers -yesterday even-
Ing struck at flying bomb sites In
northern Frar.ce.
The Germans sent more of these
bombs over Britain during the
night, and those that got through
did some damage and injured a
few people.

Civilians Return

From Germany
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 9 (Reuter)-
The Swedish liner, Drottlnghtoim,
berthed here tonight with more
than 900 British civilians repatri-
ated from Germany. The liner left
Llsbon last Saturday after an ex-
change of an equivalent number of
German civilians, who had been
detained in Africa.
Apart from eight hospital cases,
none of the repatriates will be al-
lowed ashore before tomorrow
morning, when trains will speed
them to all parts of Britain.

Argentina Lifts Ban

On Newspapers
BULO45 AIRMS, Aug. 9 (AP)-
Government took another step to-
ward restoration of the constitu-
tion to guarantee freedom of the
Press by annulling orders suspend-
Ing or closing Argentine publica-
tions. The decree said the lifting
of the suspensions, whether Im-
posed by national authorities or
subordinate officials throughout
the nation, applied to all publica-
tions except th(.cse penalised for
"diffusing social theories contrary

Port-of-Spain. A division from the south of to our n s"a uthons an rusnd a-
France has taken 10 to 14 days tcose"d and those susptedc por
Chance To Do Our Bit un a Journey that should have cosed as a result of judicial p
taken three or four days." ceedlinga.
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian." tk tr ofud
I read with interest ard consid-
erable pleasure of the fine gesture businessman Back 500 Italian Women
of a city firm In supplying a bhot S Visit Appeal To The Pope
tle of rum every month to each From U.S. Psitp
Tilnidadlan serving wit His VATICAN CITY. Aug 9 AP).
Majesty's Forces in England (other Mr. Cyril L. Duprey, secretary- Five hundred Italian women visited
than the Navvi. manager of Colonial Life Insurance the Vatican today and appealed to
I m si this manicent ft Company, Ltd., who left here about the Pope to intercede in the In-
w all stie this magnificent gift a month ago on a visit to the U.S.A. ternment of their husbands by
Awill be eatly apprecin at home, on behalf of his firm, returned tn Allied authorities. The Holy Father
t iak oldi-r serving t, remeIur Saturday afternoon, after what he did not receive the group, but they
people tisin hi dutolony to remnd our described to a "Trinidad Guardian" were invited to put their appeal in
"popleuardan this Colony td lnautu reporter yesterday as a "successful petition to him.
"Gurated a few months welfare o has a business trip." The women said their husbands.
rated a few monthslao aeas finld Colonial Life contemplate expan- sll officers attached to military
to reeive the full apprec atubionc i sion of their business in the near offices in Rome and some of them
cannot be doubted th the public. It future and Mr. Duprey went abroad disabled veterans, "were compelled
ca not jusbe doubted that the aobla to make arrangements for this pur. after several refusals to adhere to
ion I ouis to e a the la ee, it is learnt, the Fascist republic tinder threats
tion is ours to see that the loved of rephalea against their families."
ones of our gallant soldier boys who U., ACCEPTS INVITATION The Allies on arrival in Rome,
left the. e shores are cared for M if AC T N T'~, TeAle'on lriill of
need s are cared for if WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (AP-- placed them in internment camps
need be. eatet rone
This is a most favourable oppor- The State Department announced
tunliy for us to do our bit. The today that the United States have .
example sf t bs the firm In ques accepted the Invitation of the Bra- FRASER MEETS THE KING
Lion should remind us to send a q lan Government to attend the LONDON, Aug. 9 (Reuter)-.
contribution to the m Guardlan" second consultative Pan American Admiral Sir Bruce Fraser, the new
Welfare Fuond no matter how small Conference on geography and O:mmander-in-Chief of the East-
it may be. cartography opening in Rio on ern Fleet, was today received by
.O.G. August 15. the '.ing at Buckingham Palace.
Morvant. ______________
Stock Keeper Complains Youth Congress Praised For Initiative
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardiaa." ay J, Ia. BES grievances and party prejudicest
Great trouble and inconvenience which do not matter, the found-
are being experienced by those seek- Recent developments In the West tions for achievement will be dos-
ing rope and wire for livestock. In Indies have shown that youth is troyag before they are created. So
endeavouring to keep my goats evincing a growings. sease of1 r- longas the youts of this Island
intact I have had to spend almost aponalbillty and becoming con- can promote the eticklt-o-it policy
$200 for stalls alone, .cious of IH potentialitiea. There and easdeavuri to be decisive both
Recently I made a fruitless is the successful cooperative in minor and major problems that
search in SanS F Inando for rope. Imovment in Jamaica which has affect youth. tSir job will hbav
and on my return found three of 'Orved to inspire the other Coloniaes. been well-done.
my kids impounded by a neighbour. Trinidad seems to be following F T O AL
The law seems to give the gar-. te cultural Ideals of Jamaica very FO TH' GOOD OF ALL
dener all protection. Cin you ad- closely. The holding of a Youth Thla eongrea, doubtless, has ori-
vise me of any law which would Coagrose such as recently took ginated from the most bitter ex-
protect me from mean neighbours Place at the Royal Victoria Insti- periences of the past, a conscious-
who lure my fowls to the'r premises tute s a gesture of far-reaching nes of the present, and the desire
to eat them and their e. s; or who significance. Never before ha for better socIal and economic
send the young chlcks to friends tot 1uth asserted itself with more codititon ia future. But to get
be kept until they have forgotten iltiative and enthuslasm. anywW., thon who aspire to be
their homes, or until they have Clubs, societies. unions, study- leaders must eultlvate the art of
grown so that it is imosaible for groups allhnave united themselves self-eftaeemint and ruthlesaly put
me to claim them? to igve this movement a definite down anything that tends to in-
I. M FAM ,I mouldin and a character. It seems spire dils ioa in their ranks.
Guapo. B t AK 0to me that the West Indies will They, the leaders, should be ro-
^ _"shortly be provided with facilities lu de all. l2 that they must
for advancement along nobler, makeprovilio f.or "the education.
Pont From Lette and more fortunate lines, wit a ritua:
Points...o. Letters. more homogeneous and.unie atu*V nurture mc rereation
outlook, or every theird ane tho b
CIVIS, Port-of-Spain: The STICK TO ITe.er chi a wtbe
YouthCongress will have many o t to e t people o dwfferin outooL
obstacles to meet, but it will .ur- Now that th* cardinal note he ts thS-. The NttG of all the or-
viva if it keeps clear of politics, sounded, It ia time to s how long kU0o1s that form this eon-
_those *choea can prolong their IrMa should be Vtoluntary service
melody. Now is the time to peeve fu1Wthe go and w r *a all.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDINTS whether youth is out to survive While It would be trs tgo
Mrs. Daphne Rauaread San that acid test o uialty and & on. to- extrhe,. It would h e quafto
Pernando:. Yousrletter will be con- tinuity of purpose and that n- tale to rprodue carlon-
sidwared for publication on receipt failing urge to perpetuate the Idsm p views. oSth ?mut sho
of vour full address, and Ideals of this diverse o immUN-tat it 1hs'1 fro t w.
"Heartfelt." (flBelmont)l: Your let. Sty. tte "t arfte at "d trt
ter will be considered lor publics- lnUl we, as West Indiana, eaa in M"d try4Iteo to to
tlion an receipt of your nams and fight successfully that pernitos 14 011111111 to tom R s
AuW addrusa. tendency to quibble evar pasta mi iram iInd

Government Nd


The public are hereby no.
UWed that vaccination of
equlnes (horses, mules and
donkeys) against Equlne
encephalomyelitis (Sleepng
Sickness) will takehsae lI
the County of t. Patrick on
the following dates:-
7th to 11th August
14th to Ith August
Notices giving particulars
of time and place will be
posted at the Wardens' O3-
e and In other prominent
places and owners of animals
are strongly advised to con-
sult them.
AcUag Director of Aptultue


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

-- psM

1544, and
(0) WALCOT '

me-Death fat cly
"ad - -11~F; twol

which o~ccurne
144, nd
Archer Ow% 0(
which occurt'
1944. '
man lately
Trinidad Lka
eating Co, Lt3
red on 4th J
Compensation tnto
te r hv been e
lender .et 4n, Oft
Compensation Or
pendants of the said
Cement Roecastle,
and Vicetor Mcahinek
are hereby required
fore The Commissieng
the 18th day of Auua$
o'clock in the foreno
House, Port-of-Spanh
Commissioner shall p
termine the dlstrlbu
Proof of relatlonshiD
dante to the deceiiM
will be required by .
sioner to be furnis
ants at the enquiry,
to be in the form of
birth and of marriage p
cumnstances be nectee
Dated this 15th day q
A. V. N. N

Registrar, 8e



The Question Papers for the Teachers' and the fw
Examinations 1944 have arrived in the Colony; but,oZ
snort interval between their arrival and the original dat
the examinations, it is proposed to postpone them for oen
Teachers' Examinations will therefore be held rcm T7V
15th to Friday, August 18th, and the Pupil Teachers' I
will be held on Saturday, August 19th.
Director a

Tyres and tubes are now Issued to Motor Trucks I
strict ooservatlon of the rates laid down in the Ooods V
Regulations 1944 and it is notified for the information
that a conviction for a breach of these Regulations wil
result? Oi the forfeiture of all tyres and tubes Issued to


Js G.
Secretary, Transport En

Goods Vehicles Rates Regulatio*4
". Any person who makes any demand for
agrees to accept or attempts to obtain and any per
offers or agrees to pay to any oiher person, for te
goods vehicle any sum in excess of the sum prescribed
hereto or in any order made by the Transport Emt
the case may be, for such service, shall be guilty of aw
tl'ese regulations."


1. All goods, articles and merchandise per 100
except those specified in paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, htreU0',
charged for according to the rates set out In the follow
respect to the distances appearing therein. The
chargeable shall be that appropriate for a distance of
computing the charges for the transport of gravel, road
ders or sand one cubic yard thereof shall be deemed toi
one ton (2240 lbs.)
A goods vehicle may be exclusively chartered fm
of one load of goods and the charge therefore shall g
the rates appearing in the TABLE Cset out in the SchedId
calculated upon the full pay load capacity of the %ehici ta
distance covered by the vehicle from its starting point f is
tlon and back to the said starting point."


Any distance up to 3 miles 4 eta, Over 31 miles up I 34
Over 3 miles up to 5 5 .34. .
5 5 7 6 37 .
7 9 ,. 74 4 43
9 11 8,, 4 t 0
,, 11 13 9 46
13 15 10 a 4S *
,, 15 17 11 B52 M
,. 17 ,, ,,19 12 B5 5 M
S19 ,,22 ,,13 58 p.5 .
,, 22 25 14 61 .
25 .. 28 15. .64 .
28 31 16 67 70
2. The goods and arncles set out In this parsipiA
charged for according to the following rates:--
(a) Empty grapefruit crates and heavy drums .
tween 145 and 165 lbs.-twic. the rates
Table aforesaid.
(b) Furniture-4 times the rates set out In thl
(c) Empty containers (drums, tins, &c.:-o-0tlh
set out In (a) hereof-5 times the rates MO
said Table.
S. The goods and articles set out in this PAM
charged for according to the following rates -
(a) Oil well tools and equipment and
machinery per 6,000 lb.--.00oo for the At%
45 cents for each subsequent mile.
(b) Conorete cylinders--4360 for the fist 3.
cents for each subsequent mile per load.
Three concrete cylinders of 36 tache da
Fours o *
Eight 24 *
Twelve ,, .i 1s *
tc) Logs and lumber :-
I) Heavy logs per load of 60 cubic fOet-
(lit Match wood cedar and light log Per .l 14'
ll) Lumber per load of 1.500 sipereflcil I-
$U.e0 for the frnt miles, and f W
Over 2 miles up to 10 miles-i..l
Over 10 miUe up tom mes-40-
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(d) 8leepers-8.e0 for the flrSt 2 2 les i S_-
Over 3 miles up to 10 mfl-
Over 10 miles up to 20M 08e-1t
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4. The livestock set out In 0hi paragraphs sh i-,
according to the following rates :- _
(a) Horses, mules, bulls and cows.
$1.60 each for the frst 16 SUlM..
$3.20 each for any distance oer
miles .
S4J each foa any distance ov g
(b) Donkeys and fos and calves under Is
$1.0 each for the firsNt 10 mJls
$3.40 each for aniv dtstance o01
up to 20 miles N .
3.00 each for any distance ove" iI
(c) Sheep, goats and pis: _.
15 Neuts Sub for the A o f ItIA .|
34 cents for any dieltaftee over
miles J
34 cent lSubor U distance 'sow
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Casuals' Late Drive Earn 1-1
Draw With Notre Dame F.C.
Casuals with a late t n nilnute drive, after being a goal down.
mm b4tck and held NOt DmeM to a one-all draw to claim their
flt point In the TAJ'. first LealUe Mrtes for 1944 on the Amo-

SP/oA&0 WmaA!

o Isn M r"Seys latpn pound yesterday. T -- ---- -
111t11114t11% the last tough nut
K i ly W-3 "isc a The sngals went to R Bur-
a,-. u- = .Dun. wat RadianceWins
ye st r an I ntoOro
S" to sac st wBAnd R arbados 11
..a-,heir ="th y tar a%"
steel 1 e toleiey the Americanabn both o ut W and Rex -Z.
apjtM1 hv give^lx^n S uii^^ ^^ their ba. their frqun ctancs Derby
over % i ncers, the GersHer and Teach foiled many Of D--erb
days,. a sve gie n up their bad. ua __an es
i Mpl M d attempt to*plvlt the Av- Can, r~t e andI,
ddePront o the comis andet to splitthdraw- ashuas' raids came few and BRIDGTOWN. August $ (CP>
front Of their mled tank under coveraw far between, but peter Chen W M Maid of Honour beat OGle | (CPT
-biroadened their mauled tanks Under cover neve retiny worried until the intoscn lc nte D11
enanc lo sing staon- e., when the ,h e to sond place In the Dal-
Si The rear d st fl htin. around clsien f tards, when the Ca U t, keIth Stakesl 5 furlong&, Radi-
n the iet ce Ie r oeI l, but Just to the laspw Methe A- de frwards, bore their way through ce outran War Ard In the
SMte brec e 1111 stt te Xoio 386the Ailoed
a the nort crtm along the Mortain-Vire road Yrelai a TrW4 bay MreP the Dames' defense, derby, Sugar Lady scored An thY
A .t- the Aen-tile ctlosd in steadily, maldbe twe m th age. i m WI"the nJury of Iidg Pun- win I Ln the B.T.C. rakes, in e th
t of eapturting three little village. The a prI ef OwarI Gno mes Dames centre-forward in ErbadoTe Tur Club BSummer
oe trm aeh still putting in irfome a d eivd e xture against Q.R.C., e mting which opened on Mondatal
udalet tWhle mter-attae"ll but on aI much we ws armw ri g eothe i re Rchrd l waw drafted in the side to 'ee
sta ri unt er-attackd e described on a s Much e byIs mother Ms e e i l this position while on the August bank holiday, with a
Ailninshed sale described as X. ds7da lperd ne ih a nte lwhaytak
t u apparently only rearguard cover. Freitag snner with he i right w another ew heavy track.
uth e SermaM also countr-attacked Brtish ge w l e corner, Poon Oliver, of South. In spite of the weather, a large
l theBritish bridgehead across the ___ ____ Th&e Dames had the better of orowd attended, including His
I Ug Or'e eart Orimboso again and Uthe first half, the front line oo-m. xcellency the Governor and Lady
Ornenea Gribos agin ad 411 entrs hlfBughe.
om e Ta taled ome round, but the main binlng nicely, and cente half, Uhe.
4 poton there Is regarded firm and smll Achong playing well. Features of the day's racing was
sit bin *Inf steadily rRaeinforced. UM PT pa ing the easy victory for Hon'ble J. D.
S tey r In Brittany the fight for BrestON THEai Chandler's Radiance in the Bar- ,
Slo. tle I under way. r n1 lS Both teams changed the line up bados Derby and another very
pRoc linesI uterwa eyF that General A Ulat the resumption, Notre Dame easy win by Sugar Lady In the
1 inies Brdeiy today gave Brest asta -ee s-a-th rene-- dut Oliver centre forward, and 9-furlongs.
s 1 m chance to surreder. it refused LONDON. Aug. 9 (Reuter)-The chard to fill his position, while Jockey Harris rode three winners.
t O and fighting continues.] whole of the London "Evening Waller was sent out to right In the fourth race for "C" class
ft, _____thner__ St.ndard's" leader column came wing, and De Labutidle to inner horses, Belledune came first but at.f
e2,000 p risoners today under one heading, "Panada." left on the Casual's line up. ter ar, inquiry was disqualified,.
aVanc**'e ". ow"ad io n 1 stirring Iribt- t-- -- The Dames started penetrating Horses left at the gates were
aflmoi exactly ue lane urviVors dard" aid: -It is difficult to re- the Cuauals' detences, and Burke Examiner In the Derby and Radi-
"mn Tt l l Their Stories count our debt to u ..... ,.r had Warren stretching to collect ance In the Creole Stakes. i
No hsg Pvnh to express our gratitude," and it a long range shot. Young Jockey Pat Fletcher rid-
T"eU T e Soi added: "The thrust by the Firlst Leftwinger Pat Massey and Ing for the first time in a race,
taps ItUONTINUED FROM PAGE n1 Canadian Army into the German Rex Burnett made good head fell with Telegram in the Haut-
1 JR - lines above Caen ts more than his- ways. but their efforts went Un- Iing Stakes but was not hurt.
free of the front part. It was corn- tory in the making: It is the climax rewarded. m.a.tg. crol w: o-_ .
pletey under water thi morning, Of htlc rnroes It was late In this session that 1.Rin* crer 1,oeel. aa.e4'-- 3 1 fue*.
1 Rngr 1ioiier 153: 1 t..s;e It
Aitape phletely ore portion water this mobarely The standardd" recalls how Casuals made a drive to play the (Harris) 13o. a. count on ,'trhirkel,
who* the fore portio wBriain't aioent Gay s `-" fixture to a deadlock; the for- 1.Tim.: i s
wsT t ao rbidoe Da ry-9 fure.
rj (APD-Head- 45 crane being used io raise the Germans stood poised far the wards were making accurate I i*sinr Cyros*vt 111; 5. war
tonit thfat a t wrecked Pan American p vision of Britain there cnmen passes, while Tench and Warner Lord ,Hnirr, 121 3. Tologrom Thirke|i
Iqisnese were killed brtat down ah delad in getting them men from Canada, men and kept p the pressure. )2 i Time>: 2 O 3
I f Brtish' ew broth down and delay In getting materials, a free and unconditional The goal om when e ftwing'r T12*S.T0C.Lsatk- fau rs iB
isll f r N w other prevents raising the hull. gift. T e go l1oe wh n le t i ge r aTf H-- o me ,1 31. tmi
".e he ist Dr. John MacDonaldhsPan Ame git. aa, Victor Stollmeyer, centred nicely (croaxle, ill. 3 Popularity tRamirI
te in thathlarea. Dr.wyJohnMacDonald,PanwhoAmflew Talking of Canada the news- and from a Do Silva's header, t1 Time: 2 il,'
a" Ar a & ph saeho fe a er si: "he hs ch d fl ridgetown stakes-4-7i fursi.
lthArmy to t nein rele plane, maid aper said: She h reached full Waller with A first time grounder ei i. u. n
stature among the great nations; beat Chen.nthe 'Cafe Boys'cUsto-1ord Hlarria o, 126, 3, ;eilediio 'tosS
Ores, who w Grat' h occurred far out in the shte is fourth among the world's e t Ch n h 'ae1s'cso o t 4rri 0I 1.."a~dn re.
bmek wesward bysei orhaogtewrdsdian, neck and crop to equalize. 1-'v 1. i.:14 0
VAk e e w bay and the 'plane drifted toward armament prod'icers; her tanks are n nec crop tHastinse. tks.; 1, f u .. ,
sAkt e m les hwe. Cuban navy craft sped to fighting on every front; her ships This stimulated the Maroons, I'Hasting$ 5et '-*ti- fur2.o.
re m 0i theo reEcue and later assisted with sail every sea and her .nrplanea and they playe the sphere in 1(Cro1:.,K I. 3Irish zy'.* trie, h13
aBo ainnounid salvage effort. Only one pasen- the sky. and it was in Canada that the Notre Damle's area.C Timer 1.41 r 1 r
bmd ager In the front of the 'plane es- our young men, flying our battle Chen then gave some beautiful Irel 1t Hars-- a rs. ,h L
bo d Oftf eped. He Is Lucas Alou of San 'planes, earned their wings." displays in collecting. Hat i,0r irs :i sun .1,tivs r ami r m o .... ....
E^ ast l- Jutan. Aier. Alou mld: "I don't kzow So much for Canada's past war The front line trio of the re-," A Time 140 i 1 -
eas.thlSip-what happened. All the others in achievements ."Atpresent," said Dames: Burnett, Oliver, and .1ofk',-,8rf1-[Rs.rris 1 I
tek front compartment with me the writer, "it is of her sons that Rochord, combined beautifully. oin,reo ifHl.,,, 1ei, 3sunmiat crse-
mlen lmahe awre killed. I don't know how I we think They have been guest but Warner got, back to frustrate io) i ts.ime. I 9 3-
pollZ- m* belt off. One minute I was of our homes and now on the an- Oliver's shooting to Warren. ---- *---
t 'plane s and the next I was niversary of the decisive assault at -- Malvern and Windsor
L el1 -the wAt;r." Aminens they have entered their R in o t
eixto Bonilla oft ,San Juan, re- heritage of exploiting the shining QR C- Shamrock Score 'Wins in 2nd (Jlass
ported that he used a knife to cut courage of a grand people." Ma..-rr.e one goal down at half-
'umiioured fre his safety b. h To Clash Today jhs goalsinS A
firt th I knew I was hanging TSay thime, smashed home seven in
upside-down myPartthe second period to give New
August (AP p overturned I struggled with ZIS aZ T.A.P.A. first elass match today Woodford a 7--I beating in a
that Gandhi myblt when it didn't come will find Queen's Royal College T.A.P.A. second league match yes-
Viscount loose, I got m knife out and cut rn making a bid to score their first terdpy afternoon.
,a MiietouI to then went tough the hatch. Irnc Village league, victory for 1944. Carlton Hinds m'ored four of__________
of it th e we g thaue hth I The College boys will be up the goals.
Of $mo n wmto the wing and clung to it NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (CP?)-wi ? against Shamrock and a keen Windsor scored a convincing T i
09via t anon ti a navy boat picked rm up." reports mid that the Germans have ame Is anticipated. 5--1 win over Indiana in another
formula. Hs head was injured and he Was added another to the villages they Two second class games will also second leaguer yesterday. Standard Life
P Dtotformula, "His head was inured aii he was aded another to te vilaes gaevT i*" P^ , i-i win over Indians In another .. "* -,
recently Sent to the Miami hostal h have razed In occupied Europe by be played today. They are: '
rain after the Wlla Martin, who boarded the shooting 43 persons and burning Providence v "Guardian" on SHANGHAI BOMNED A uranCee Co.
lint was eorals- splwWe at Antilll& a few minutes be- down 80 houses, In the French vil- second class ground. Referee Mr. LONDON, Aug. 9 (Rentor) Tt Retablisha4 in the West
Gandhi n would rh fore the accident, laughingly re- large of Bauges, after the Germans John Yates. as announced tonight that Am E- Indalns fe te s7ea
ireywiving his ported that all he saved from the had conducted a short clash with Preston v Invincible on New rican 'planes have bombed Shan Marine qua r - P.O..
eapaIgn, wreck was a bottle of whisky. Mrs. French forces of the interior near- gr.ound. Referee Mr. Harold Achong. hat harbour.
EeSUow emerged from the 'plane 110-14
--with a bottle of medicine which TO AID HOSPITAL FUND - d-j-- -f M-fUT*
S Britalia she brought to Miami on the relief "The Washerwoman's Daughter," T
B Plane and here dropped It and a play by Miss Violet Crouch, will
In Food broke It on the Customs room floor. be staged at the Royal Victoria Ew l
n 9 3P) Slvage operations continued most Institute tomorrow nilgt unmter the T o _____ B e a ns___ti _v__._
oK $ h f ( last nisht and the passengers patronaee of the Mayor, ouncilor U pod 1s goaesamoIVmemo
hsflgtd the relief 'planesf Miamil I 0. F Wooding, In aid of the -help reieve- opeiSerS5th
t n'0 wothere:9a] dtund tetheir yoakedluggae princess Tsahatl Memorial Hospital S W"S aelSaip-Su
hea I a -Lwaiting thm Fund. 'lr d a rwnlarly-4t kelpa bud ut
of lend-lease SHORT NOTICE yu"A" Highest Prices Paid,. m a" smptcm
se I pasalleled FURNITURE SA u LE
cl ommercial on nstuctonsrecive fr A-Nl IM U 1M 5SE
e ated after the r On Instructions received from in. i. Kennedy & Co., Ltd. .o ui ,,t ac eipt a sub.-
but no plan so Mr. Eugene Rupa, formerly of oftit 'tior LyDkn' pialkl
O out until the British Guiana, who is leaving the teitatb lre Lyda L Plnkhsam's
I Ipo1lsb r e attidon Colony with his family for his 3S. MARIN S BQUARE VeaM Cihe sic ad genuinei
Is' ml tepossible at O f IUXI 1 homeland, the undersigned will l ad nui.
oJust what lend- sell all his well-kept houshold ______________ _ __
| need I con- STOCKINGS furniture and effects by auction
on fl5a1eam_ on the date. time and place here- i | mmmm m| l ll l HI HmN
J14MM Lend-etDrawngroom sIuite wicker chairs 4' 6" Crapoud Bed & Metal Spring ..... $40.00
5^ ------uin good condition) with table. Mahogany Tub Chairs, cone seats 15.00
Bentwood rocker and sea-grass a nCo
W j KILE Itable, 7-tube O.3.O. 1942 model Birch Dining Choirs, loose rush seats ..... 10.50
(AP)i-Britt Radio, Mirror, Centre table. Hat- FChairs
at they found Rack mmo 4' bed and Folding Chir with Can -from .... 5.25
to eonflrm that te Slumber King Spring and Mat-
was assuussinat- tress; 1 Cypre Wardrobe with mlr- Lath Seat and Back folding Chairs, in Cyp
h German Army ror; 3-Winged Bureau; Portable Tek r T5 Ioi Bors
411ptured iby M Gramophone with pick-up; Din- and Teak, Cord Tables, Ironing fBords,
Si ing Room Table and Four Bent- Bathroom Cabinets.
B wood Chainrs; Bide Board, Binger
Sewing Foot Machine, Oil Stove
ildttuh O* *(2-burnerl, Hot Plate, Tricycle, F
rA--I- pi pes H. R E.LTD.
E-1" "--,I MSix Bentwood Chairs, Meat Safe, ROSE, L
AGAIN I Brass Bowl, Electric Heater, Elec-
l eP O i mtlrsl D Faric n, Washstand.Singer Sew- _____________________
v nowJ ON! .tg Hand Machine. One Short .
4 aG EI* I"PostBed, Iron Pots. Pillows,, Ll-
SW iGo s Cjrbh d Ist Da onenc rockery, Clock, Kitchen
.11 byt V_ 5 Utensils; Pictures. etc etc
3* atwa 55 yFernando.
Tie: Saturday, the llth Aug-
li t ust. 1944, at l1 126 VA TpNGmI.
top I ^^ go* Terms: Cai en the& f11 1t the
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what yoh hsve tried. we b lle thr t ood hM proved a malmsosas-.
news and Mallsttlv hlope (or you In ipleu. ior thousands nftnlue nriuMelM
did 1$ which wa orlglnally dotos itricnift ae of A '
presspthn but that Ii now veilbl. t that an t INa sl4 ..... "aM
auafenr t all drug #tore under the D0a5 mde1odist refenof rI
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MeMeds uauilly 9rka Tery rapidly be- etlafled, Un slmoene be55
aaus it aoZt lnrl Ingredents intendd to oub hovero aeerlthln to ao
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[T Children Of P.A.P. Stage TODAY-D L
Talk Of Trinidad__ ,Unusual Show At No 1 Club 'Co g*1 et, 4.45w
.. ---- INUN1 m= NUMM M-- R", it an I
00 wet #41 Tid w i, tryka M the request < Mr. &a4 Mr. A. I. Xuthven-Murtay a vry A WholI

LOOM M Ifar it i -- ao mIo ben requtt written and produced entirely by W Show
g~shndw1'gith thignTe ltahie^ to her a te ne
.er the scholars of the upper forms of was none as definitly the
Slto My DWmenro r oeef" t ae .,rokPointe-a-Pierre Privatea School. who "pice d.esbtance" s'and seemed to
Sfi am they at e desned the cot-es, aZid the t t audience inordinately
desinta e ecthco stmed. u s tace while the three blind mce looked
it" n eae t" a" ~ Wilin 18 o th thy ma coneet sW*ofects end acted as stage
dF i t l VtIctoria urs, T. Te1. hands; while performer. were soweethat everyone was dis-
S0 nearly all unal chUdren belonging tssed to w ee themt, lo their Sa-i
Par OI MOi and M rs. VeyAndrsogave a oit to the lower forms and the kinder- to the blood-tirsty farmer W
1I 0 w ond erfu~ .(Judy Pao ) a n d th e D uke of
____rt a the X apa~ot I&* ae auday evening to 6010- garten. (Ju yPae):;n h ue.
York end hbi men with socked hat.
bratst ecomingouta6 "i i swords and flags succeeded Inlo
who rit ered recently I rmW a and, a Mrs. team work on the part of the child- Ing very fierce.
0 = 3a's dughter, Min EveO Andol.. ren and the result ws a thoroughly At the conclusion of the play Mr.
M Huggins looked aMoeedituly pretty in a white Jersey silk enjoyable evening's entertainment R W Thmompson played two
wiNth o pso k ndiance bude, and Mis Anderaon made which was appreciated by young pianoforte solos, Mr. Maurice P ts- t
was o attaetive or in white *rope. About 10 guests were and old alike. 1yeoo ,a d
A buffet PP was served d te ball was dotted around Th play opened with a mother, alo a uet with Mss Noreen M"oore
l d eh the silver sparklel on ly-white cloths beautifully played by Barbara Bohr. on the banjo. while there wal a
vy Band played for the ooein. the function ending all sreain time store to her two conjuring turn especially for the
as ht. chIdren. played by Rodney Nelson children in the audience.
AMT thlosepresent wee Mrs. Evely Aflderson. Mr. and Mrs. and Anne Carr; and later, when Mr. Ronald Pike acted a a n-
miuls M. gam na uISin*, Mr. and MU A. L. Thom., the children have been left alone nouncer, and at the close of the
idiua, MiMss Winnie and Mis Vyvian Oo0es, Mr0 Sylva to go to sleep, a lovely fairy appears entertainment Mr. Ruthven-Murray i$
S ,S _Sephafnie Norman. MiSS Joan Huggin. Mr. Dom,. Mr. (. o- Tindalli and offers to take made a short speech, thanking the t
edM r, PmercyXginn; Miss Joan Maraden, Miss Monia Coulle- them to the "Land of the Nursery headmtistres, Mrs. Alec Blue, the 101
MOi Pat Boye, MiM Sheelagh Deane, Miss Daphne Fitzwillliam. Rhymes." teachers and scholars of the school _
i A. and Min 0. Leotaud: Miss Mona and Mi Lcute Scott; The little girl, an ardent believer and the adult artistes who asisted
Md M. Ivan Aughlin. Min Norah and Miss Mercedei Permuy; In fairies, Is delighted with the at the show, which reflected so
Pilnka Aerson. cnomdr. Trotter, Mrs. Bob Chismi, Comdr. IA prospect of the trip, decide. to go much credit on all concerned.
S Ctndr. Waterwoh, Ijmit %b Kue ring, Mr. Maurice and along, too, and this ended the first The amount handed to the Brit-
SO~c~i mdnl Mr. Sean Hamei-Smith_ rMr.. Ken cott, scene, lsh Red CroB l oiety was W5, re- W f^ '''^^ Li
t. prank Keny. ieut. Joe Gould, Mr. Bernard Iloatant,. Dr. While the second scene was being presenting the prdceedoa of the en-
Cecil Quesnel, Mr. Sean IHamel-Smith. Mr. Ken Sctt, scene. lab Red Cross Sopety was $55, re-
.t Vitor d Vertetdl. Mr. Maurice de Gannes, Lieut. George Shultz, Ing ang a duet "Claire de Lune,"- a
nd M. Demnond Pmnnett. and then the "audience were trans- -loS DtAV
a M ported with the fairy and the girl arS ervic
.~.~.. oy to "Nursery Rhyma Land," J V June ALLYSO
O for Barbados yesterday included Mr. and Mrs Percy where they met the characters E
(tBi and three of their children. I understand they Will OtNY familiar to children throughout the M aod EaSy Van JOHMSOK\
teof ,,irchlden. .-.ie,- ,.,E,.i,. hs eVan JOHNSON
< ollith, and on their return, Mr. and Mrs. Dtone will we to world.
tted tate. There were "Wee Willie Winkle" The attention of the public at- T m DR KE
0 1 *Richard Edgeworth-Johnston) tending the Duration Club produc- Tom DRAKE
Tl-Ua4RGERS by air from Canada and the United States recently "Miss Muffet' iCaroline Thomasi tion, "Passn Brompton Road," at I U
i 'r W Mrs. victor Outridga and Mr. and Mrs. Willie ayd. Mrs. with a large and terrifying spider, the Empire Theatre today at 4.45 0 J0 Se I TURII
I Sm went for health puroes arid remained for three and Little Jack Horner" (ohn Gd aJohn God- and 8.45 p.m., is drawn to the quick ..lllIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIlgIIIIHIIIgIIIIllllllllllllllI||i|||
Hi idard), "Simple Simon" (Donald bar service arrangekuenta. Cashiers ui iimIIiiliiiiniimmm........m
on busine and M Boyd eeipnied him Bradley) who niet a "Pieman" In the foyer and at the back of the Klimll lm
I, eM ui( n i i. Michael Par)ns "Jack Spratt theatre will take patrons' money O
i l t Mr. and Mrs. lton OlBioni aend a*Miss pral King, from and his wife" (David Hir.st and and issue tickets which can be ex-M EI
& i M. aned M 4at who l a nd ris aGlenda Kodfgrey. 'The Duke of changed at the bar situated at the
nkGuiam, who are well known to many people In Trinidad, York and his men," "The little nut- back of the theatre. Usherettes in
we sol ia loasentrnyoldiy at Coral Sands, Barbados. tree" (Peter Gillespie and Clover thoe theatre will il have tickets
a eJ ofl magEtNethersole), "The ten little nigger for sale.
S. M CAY M wb, oa "Mrmatage y tat, boys Mary, Maryquite contrary' Get your ckets before the ur- TODAY I St
9 0d a "e V. Dnoe oa f Btd ays -Bal, are M present spending a Dtana Tait, "Little Bo-Peep" tan rieam and be sure of your. .
As tB Aralon oIle lid. a n(Susan Kerr, "Me three blind drinks in the lntervsls.a
C w tedmice and the farmer's wife," and _______-
3= .I[ AMBY, oa lan Fernando, has Just turned robin finally "The old woman who lived THE DURATION
mu we-' h holiday in Barbados aid is l looking re arkbly well. In a ,hoe" (Marga-et Watson). art T da CL.w.
wn bo yto ha ve good weather, with only one rainy doay. All the children acted their To payrt i r CLUB
SM old oarb and ? MI. Tom Tylnr while he was there, and very well, and the hidden chor ofD
the O ny aftsplanning Wocome to Trinidad for a holiday Some young voices was very pleasing "Passing Brnpton Road" by
m* month. 'The ten little nlgger boyn sndg, ration Club, Empire Thea tre,45 Presents -
Mr. Allae ,v saw Mr. Trsvor Clark. who has been In Toronto behini4 a fence and bobbng down prm.
0 s0c1111re 4 Pam mdyw vlaw, and who has now joinedthhe Royal -----________ _____I1
Ai ft e i He atpresent enjoying two months' leave at,
Brb os befre tking p his duties R -a di o Pr o g r a m m es
AI L RAiM ha b Men removed from New York by Mr. J. P. Bfreg --s- -* -"-- __ _- PA SSI NGoe
owgWacirig th auden death of his sser, Mrs. Gillespte tthe U.S..W
-ltier NpAdelo ne nrges). As the Boriea family lived In Trinidad w0 Anne .r..n. ole Tme Views the News G.1. Mows
N a v M trtt kr M a de" M'u sts R OP TN
m I ant7 u1 mu ty of her friends will be sorry to hear r15 Navy Mixtut )Rey 5rntt Orrdi d ae t puae P
ff ......... VYarns for Yanks
t o ) a o. NTrth. Or.. New o(.1 Journal
n o fl M eirndo.e t wheretse underwent n operation oan3 0 nNext W*k's Pro s. Villagelore (;resnt Mus
a "o, Mep'mang fretds wi l be glpd to ka w that she i d "'.t - I- snt "Theatre

II Ea~1J.11 WWIITRAIL is'n at. present. a leatienti oth Cniael Q. : '- P,-Mea YoA It. o(.-.,.uS. w. , .
a|a r ril, and the "vinwsotingd Brd" loins with them In 7 Io 010iht Wo.w Iud Ne wnrontil"
eor a speedy recovMe, :1` StckMai ol all
7 .. MWall call Caribbeana O"a rRt.
UI or Ma ers. aHeitamn aond Mrs.evelyanFree- -_ 4 5 ry eru ___ _____ A ight Comedy b3

E'l ~ t V< is -- .nN Hln- spot light Ow CuanWMS e
spn. n M da InT cktdad on t wa Iy tohe r ia where 8 o Rdio Theatr New -e
t R M Chli) MNsd wh a th t the i orJubileed clebratnin of a the r IBan- 56 wo glTll Jazz...enine Je RanI random

**r \fSS(GI Otld.) hue^ M"< wnho Mla thee Tow eret o ary :45p i._.__M - ___ .'-'."''* ___ --Il.-Ml
her so of *0 united Notes. will re- :0Nw ~ ~ w aotr teThomas
r osmidtts whie mw(th nrs. R than leader Brownies- o l, News at mein Meet heioyr I Aid of the Win the Wait 4
01 .{ 11 uldoe In COhW o:eandMs. soe. %, rof a roop and 7 :30o tarlight Crosby Mustoe aS Defis TimeDra
of the cmi Leaders' A |soriation, will represent Girl GuidesA ___ __ W iw ....General Fund
the, 10 !(10 ,po Headline@-Nos's Night Owl Club Her
W=6 I nTrinidad, .\we enter.ttained the Ttn Wand.o-m 10- -- -- .-..W.1.84
arid t'enaM On a viatt to the itders% g at their Tank swing ses -s N
d ao .. w tklotePR IC ES -- M A TIN EE
MIN CWAVArirt M nut1ey end Miss Althes Towers. local dele- ... .I.................
the iitme 9 AMopp t1nti.Y. They also visited the eclap be- NCY'M: The Wetalteidi1n Rad.o Newspalr wtfl be heard today tr.a e.15 p.m $1.00, 48c., 24c.
.to 5 41, p in oner WRIII featuring Amneria at Play and Dinner Concertt.
U. ._ .... .. .. ... .. ....... ... .. .. .. ..... . ... .. ....... -- . ... .. ...... V E N IN G .T ll
WK~f 'OKJVSA *4..........T BE Rj r..
N A OISTAi A JAM ANWI$o??{ ATS RIGr--.l $1.50, 9i.00t, 72c., U
?| 5-1 B^^^y^^'^^^S*^LE, P>leSAUSAGE, BEAN% [ TCXSCWR^ 48c.*'
BAI'NA1%1APIC(1LLt, C14eesES B

TODAY 445 & 8.30 p.m. TODA
,1S Is$ If Reels of the Action Crammed

Tomorrow Neo w Indian ,Fim- d Ah 0 N D E G A 1w0om

TONIGHT at 8 .30 p.m. L
Monster Double Attraction: "DAY 4 AM
.---with- -IeriKAR=-
Warren William as the lone WOlf e
reB lora and Hillary Brooks. "Mysteryof
(Sad) Final Half THE SECRET
_CODE and
Tomorrow- Super Indian Attrac- ine JUDG,
tion. In A Lovely Home- of
IE "Lw Ofthe
-h., Mest Modern Bun- -------(ch _

30a~d-pnvgg $20: ^STTt,'"o pft~AD~
-~~ "- 2. Do Luse Howew-ll, R
WSON LimScott Bushe street,
seim Ibsa Js. sam, as bebaf -eseesica .. Best offer. TODAY 4,31 #,
A PmOWi W-e opasseT. t I 20 Altberto Str eetJ
ama-et4.14eJeee Road, Sa Shadw ofW
to 0m enA B eauty ........ $8JWh a S
Von A %I% %r i. a- 14 Joge Road, San :
"gomUM anCme"M 0 as i ...heap.
I L 97.S I7, 6th Street, Bara-
Cee ,, 1 ,0 1p "U a LT, h "EI. ..............o Ceap
"ISPt .o 7 64Oa m eSe Sass 4. 1Broeno Street-- IN Vi
empty-Just heenrenovated m"
'qPHf PfiAUR i. Fractiesily new ft-
8.14 Western Mau
NAVY CLUB. S,01i______________
THE MERCHANT NAY? IpVseen1 5........ $8,100
OF A6LL THE UNITED ii FeD Str...... et $s"I
NATIONS.MLArgeProperty -
NATIONS 10 60 xhftl N W V m San Ferna
IlL 11b"i-- TODAY AT &4. & 86I0 PJ .
Thursday, August 10 14, ct uI, FLYING FORTRESS (Richixd
1.30 n.m. Is $81 0 -- AMD-
4 Deinema Steetts - _____e_1_______________.
A limited number of passes to ft. James, p emme4nb TOMOROW BATAAN and ASINI V4
local cinema theatres available 17. 5 NeW Dnaow s--'---.-----.---
to merchant seamen on appli. Vacant ..........
c&Uoti to the Club Manager. 15. l.ewig.m-- a in mf mmmmmUI
Current landing permitsto be RAMEM PIREm-
i[oduced.s a--oud. -, [3t--'- reri
take the ale # of you M, EMT ] m m. a n o
Tonight at 8.30 minim..- No 1 obliatkif
For Merchant Navy Ofcere whatsoever. MdBO OUWYN MAY= YPROUDYMA
at the
c.eetReuse, P4,tA. Ann's ..S 31 k risW W egt G A S L I G H4T
'?ton# 8197. UIONE O n (CMARLBS a' n 1n3
a sa ft*lll ..

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o SAY" HOrrMW ooe"
'Wuoiwr TOLDIE I
'IF ':JtHliW FELL j


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suGEOT you GoI

MR \um
LAW Y'uWSiriT ol

and -
Pat O'Brien, Glen Ford Is


isd 8.45 o'clck
Bhuwd MiCl I
A Tornodo
of Top

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rating Tomorrow

m, thUt' Roausi .
=ano* that Thrills.
relmn that i Unforettables
SPicture for the Whole
FORE-March of TIme'e

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Today, and LU p.m.-


M.I.. ... ROYAL..
,-- ROYALW...


4.41 mandl
and Conlh

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moe n

TODAY, 4.4 amd 1.41 .m-- TOIIG T, T 4a
The Raw* luisa C* IdmIAMI
T% Sliadow Sharif
TODA E m --mn onmu8anM
TODAY, NAt5 end $A PAL -aej Cntuehb

LACE-San Fernando 3IA
LY at 5 & 8.30M pI.I AJ A
Indian Action Trlert- Grnd VaY riety Int taIm
urricane Special SENORITA

I lunu.mIIIuHIHIHIwIuIunuH IUlmnUw.

TODAY 4416 &V *1
Wffred LAWSON:,
and *




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Adr& sk a M m Im a

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SCanefarmers Hold

sful Livestock Show

Trt41dd GuBMdI Curreepondent.
uaUst *--Dspito bad weather whkc prevlWed
H better put of the day, a record crowd of over 404
pemmnts and Interted residents turned out en sat-
j1 st the Curepe Savannah for the "Seventh Annual
ou peuants Livestock Show' held under the auspices
ows socieety of Trinidad Tobago.

Actin Direc-
iiSSS o, Mr. Ray
LA. I Knaggs, man-
m -tate and cane-
t4tendent. Dr. L,
government Farm.
r. F. Burke, cane-
B w ul~ent of the
l EserFtate. Mr. T.
&Iepal of Queen's
Mr. 0. T. Findlay,
o, head tel her,
ff4,. mr. P. A k,
oette, overseer of
who was re-
Sthe preparations
'the gathering Mr.
Bk them for their
the very Bad we&-
it blamed for the
cal exhibits. He was
the keen Interest
iB Wtc and peasants
tt better weather
at the next annual
.,flttbting the prizes,
f congratulated the
pd expressed surprise
bad weather farmers
ES had turned out in
numbers to the show.
them to continue their
Sthe shows as they all
Walu. *peaking on
be Department of Agri-
y praise on the
t of Caroni Estate for
i in the show.
on the exhibits, he
S disappointed with
Ruber, especially in the
which deserved
Th. The rabbit section.
wed an increase both
,and in the number of
Hiepa+red with the pre-
S e stressed the need
kmoere rabbits which, he
w, Would not only provide
smaat but would be a
sooree of income to
congratulated the
heir efforts to cultivate
, a shown In the re-
tir cultivation which
I his expectations.
eto the rice crop, he ex-
I hope that all previous
i be broken this year.
1 aware that much more
[VW planted. He, how-
I tanmers, as soon as rice
' over, to turn to the
f more and more canes
ntage of the subsidy
,f. the coming crop, Mr.
*l uded, were very
r especially as the
eminment was taking a
l in sugar cane pro-

tBy Mall) -
a. ha appointed to
on the annual
Itish Guiana a six-
of officers whose
bring them in
K he principal data
H 'be compilation will I
of the commit-
V : The Colonial
Ilnan; Mr. H. D.
AdUc.. Agricultural
A. Q. Potter,
STaxes, i income Tax



V. Goulding, Chief
leer. H. M. Customs;
raMlly, Assistant In-
tbour, Statistical Of-
DlDepartment: and


Attack Lands

Youths In Jail
Pre-lnvaslon demonstration sd
by Ramcharan and MUtlU, l an
Juan youth, with a view to uring
into battle certain persona with
whom they had previously quarrelled
evinced interest only so far as the
police were concerned and earned Cenvention iet
for them prison terms of three wesk-eni drewI
months each yesterday when they touring en var
were crnvlcted by Mr. W. J. Andre o@
in the Pirst Police Court on accu- several s.Mr.1
stations of throwing missiles to the J. Rothory, Ml
danger of persons and behaving in M convention de
a disorderly manner.
Defying their prospective oppon-
ents to ventt.re into the streets, ru
they strafed premises with stones l Tfl
striking an aged pedestrian awho' rL e t
happened to get In the way. Find- -l
ing that those with whom they
yearned to fight were not likely to Mr
accept the challenge they became
abusive creating a nuisance in the E
neighbourhood until the police In. Of Educi
tervenad and halted proceedings.
Illiteracy cn the part of Ramlogan "Modern outlook
was held to be the cause of his is not Eo much on
trouble yesterday when he appeared hard facts to the p
in court accused of travelling on digestion as really p.
the train in August with a July for community 1:
ticket which he said he had Just Patrick, Director of
bought, a large gathering of
View held by the court prosecutor plls and parents la:
was that had Ramlogan been able the annual speech
to read he would have seen "July" of the Grande R
marked on the ticket and wculd School of which Mi
never have tendered it as one he I- headteacher.
had just bought. This lack of edu- The Di.rctor noted
cation cost him $10, I fine Imposed the existence In the
by Mr, Andre. welfare association
Mr. Walker for the
Reminding Oliver Coodrldge that playing In the de
there were no eyes in stones, and communal life.
that they were therefore unable to Although the De
see where they were going after Education was distU
they were thrown. Mr. Andre warned dSclal Welfare Dei
him against their use as a weapon Sorc added the c;
and Imposed a fine of $15 after PtriOc f e th w .]i
convicting him for throwing a large tlon of the twooep
one to the danger of persons. Be- esertial to .hair su
fore he left the dock Ooodridge also ing.
got to know that he was not per- Among those pre
emptorily imprisoned only because function were the l
he had a clean record. WhartMon. Councillor
__ :=_ Carthy, Mir. C. Oay
I tent Inspector of Sc
UpH Rev, and Mrs. A. Me
Convent Ex-Pupis Report ofrtheA sc
Help Replace Altar wsaat. rd hWe
Past pupils of St. Joseph's Con- Th e Hon'b!e Mr.e
vent have collected 13,896.44 to- thenew s orw ed d
wards the fire burned altar and It the newly formed
requirements. Councillor McCart
Collections in this connection the cup for inter-h
were officially disclosed yesterday tions whi'st Mr. R,
as follows:
Mrs. Orueberg a Miss.. Careolo, tributed prizes and
$899.04: Mios Zlte Kernahan. $440.02; 40
Miss Eva Milan. 1427; Miss A. Martucci. OLD BOYS TO MEl
isg2: Mrs F. parfmn, $170.46: Miss Aime Former students
sifontes, $154.74; Mrs. KnOX Wlght Jnr.0
$140; Mis Lola ranh .hil, $134.24; Boys' Government
Mrs. A. P. Richmond, $130.94; Mis Mar- vited to attend a m
garet MonI,* do Oca. $105; Miss Andree Old Boys' Associatlor
(Uantsums, $104; Mils Joaa Mandon. roon m at'7.30 o'clockI
100; Mi L. Hamel-Slth, M room at 7.30 o clock
Madelene Pantln, $5(.4S; Miss CMre Ken-
ny, $70; Missies J. Pasos a Arnesaud, --%%-- S- -
$12.S4: Mils Louis* Ciprlanl. $60; Mrs. EVEN IN THESEI
Isabei Me Call, $57; Mrs. Joe O'Connor, A
S5: Mils Patsy O'Brtien, S4.12; Mrs. YOU CAN KEN
Eric Pollonais, .$50; Mils Cabral, $50; by USin
Mis Carmen Kernahan, $48; Missl Nita
Martlnez, $46; Miu Grace Mahoney, DREEZY
$40.24; Miss Lowti lleor, $30.61; Miss
Phyllis Wong, 35; Mrs. Phylll Hart, A Toilet Lotion a
$33.26;: Miss Rse Marie Rogerm, $31.42; refreshing as the
Miss Eugenie (lomti, $27; Missl Marjoril mrl
Vallere, $26;8 Mi aSheila Joaquin, $25; se in
Miss MI. Diaz, $22; Miss Thelma do Agents -
(nnnes. $20; Milm Altx Quesnel, $20: Gener;l Ma
Missl Romallne Perelrs, 1iS: Ml ictra enera M
Knox. $15; Mls aGloria Lourenco, $12.10;
Mlss Claril Hing Klng. $10.39; Miss J. AgenciK
Y. MIIne,. 8. -T t, $3,895 44.
=_ _ -7, HENRY STI
Couva Gardener o,, Ho.s,
SanFound Dead Feni
Found Dead --------

jraj, Bac. (Econ.), Mannie Ram, 70-year-old gar-
ler of Commodities, dener of Couva, was found dead in
-his home shortly after sunset on
mal Rent Board Tuesday.
His brother, paying him a visit,
t Chnaguanas found the dead body hanging by
l11 Rent Board un- the neck on a rope tied to the
htlnanship of the rafter.
Hannays, K.C.. will Earlier in the evening Mannie
Wuanas Police Court Ram was seen out by vUiagers.
this morning. Be- Sub-Inspector Archer Is making
man, the Board will police investigations.
D Hon'ble Sarran
and Mr. Leslie UUo PL
M.4r. W. E. Celestain
-49- on ceie HHhBlo P d
-- Dangerous to Hot
iceutilcal Society will Thoqmiuds of mn asd womena t
ing at 8.30 o'clcck 46 fa Othe4 da1er, 1 f bea' t tfble
SCo-operative Bank a Palyl o becausressu IO aod
attendance is re. eae that causes More dsUes thou an-
ten lar"iry because people 1 t0 a sse
-symptonms for Indigetion or some im-
ple trouble. Common symptoms are:
roromw tla the a, he4aeac h at te
ad back of head and above eye, dim.-
aoes, short. breath. na :Tss. oe
sleep, heart pains, drowsins, e of
|0neoory and energy. It you sl4r any
of theMsymptoms do not elay snalu
day. Start treatment at ones, Tth
HyoX, wlohi tends to rdee. ,gh
SBod rgMur* with the first do.,takee
a heavy lIad off the hart, and maken
t ynox from your chewiat today
-Z eelaors younger Inalodys
Itt uaranteed to make you too w
W ang or moneo back.
"l Elections Ordinance, Ch. 39, No. 12
1Bti July. 144.

t B ,aa-udte for ,oeetie, at an eleul n of GM
, ,h of Arl to be he ld Oe atR ay. the
of Ak 19* 16 publishedIn t com uaee withthe
- o eetle i sab-eelon 4. of the lo mulepl P alrt
3 i* Ni. 1I.
Person Nominated
*ALTlM n. r Quosa Sweet ArA..Crlk. Fort Read
(Vnt s*tatee .,*MwnMMt).
- ___ _ALAMAT ALI. ToUnm Cotk




Convention Delegates

Lis held at Ebeneaer Hall, Tragarete Road. last
large crowds of interested listener. Addresses
lesu aspects of Christian life were delivered by
hieluding, Mr. J. Charles Phair, Mr. L King, Mr.
H. Coekreid and Mr. H. Spencer. Above, a group
legate, meot out ide ths Church after one of the



on education
e of putting
pupils for their
reparing them
ift," Mr. R.
Education to'd
f teachers, pu-
st Thursday at
day function
Riviere E. C
r. J. A. Walker
d with Interest
district of a
and praised
part he was
velopment of
Department of
Inct from tUii
apartment, Mr.
lose oo-.pera-
S iRMen' s was
iraccessful work-
sent at the
Hon'bte E. V.
Garnet Mc-
yadeen, Assls-
;hools, and tWe
hool's work, It
d that the
cen made.
Wharton in his
Interest in
welfare Associa-
hy presented
house competl-
Patrick dis-
of the Umtern
School are in-
meeting of the
m at the schcol-

a oeol and
breath of


Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between Taluy Pllle and myself
the undersigned, Lionel Turibe
Harris, carrying on business as
Builders and Contractors at No. 8
High Street, San Fernando, under
the style or firm of "L. T. Harris
& T. Plllie'" has been dissolved by
mutual consent as from the 20th
day of July, 1944. so far as con-
cerns the said Teluy Pillie' who re-
tres from the said business.
All debts due to and owing by
the said late firm will be received
and paid respectively by me the
undersigned who will continue to
carry on the said business under
the style or firm of "L. T. Harris 4
T. Piflle.
Dated this 20th day of July, 1944.

Watchman Burnt
At City Kiln
Albert Cardlnel, nliht watch-
man. was rt',srhedt to the Colon-
ial Hospital earlv" yesterday
mornlnm suffering extensive
burns about the body reported
to have been st'stained while
wkiting at the Furness Withy
Cardinal's cQndition was cn-
sidered to be serious.

Chamber Secretary
Back From Holiday
Mr. W. C. Rennie, honorary
secretary of the Associated Cham-
bers of Commerce, i/o attended
ihe recently concluc.rd seventh
Congress of West Indian Chambers
o01 commerce in Baroados, zieured
to the Colony last week and re-
slumed his dutili as sec'otArv of
the Trinidad Chamber of Com.
Alter the conference, Mr. Rennie
remained to spend a holida.-'.
NEW YCRK, Aug. 9 (AP)-Un-
confirnwmed reports say some 50
officers have been detained in their
homes in Spanish Morocco in con-
nection with reports of an alleged
plot against Franco, circulated by
the Germany agency D.N.B. No
detaila were given.

iHouse built of Stone con-
taining 6 Rooms, Lavatory,
Storeroom. Open Gallery,
SBath, Kitchen, Servants
Room and Watch House.
Very Healthy Gocd Fishing
S and Sea Bothlng.
Petite Calivlgny
onB Mainland
Ten minutes by boat from
Island. Suitable for rearing
stock, etc.
For Particulars Apply to
P A. F. MocLeod,
St. Mark's Grenada.

__________ L

Manufacturing Business.
Profitable Going Con-
cern. Central Location.
Write immediately to
Box A-134, c/o "Trinidad
Your Best Chance-
Must Sell.


Green Limes


S. C. Boodooliqgbh,
A, South Quay.

L urs are PARTICULAR, so..
lot ODEX remove Perpiratim ACID FILM

ITS all right to pimpir at work;
but all wronmto leav peiratiom,
acid im Oan yourai, aaftemarde
\ Take a bath with Odx Soap
Swisc owtauw *W e odour-fw
sniptic. That'S why Ode Soap
S "mke mwach a wUl. mld latlh,
doew mch4 1 od Job Mnovial

to haalPuPtaa% d atcbMte a
ye Nj at wit.

4 -.

;j v.n

City Church -
"-n---^A*. + TB'nB venu "rti" ar tte
for the taSM ot ao r'
Convention I"bluoblasiStmet an
---- i and i'* blue UmestOne UM a
Reporting on a convcit'ion for or repa&rln Mt. lea ytM ree.
the deepening of spiritual litc, held Cocorite a ertai other b tret
at Ebenezer Hall, Trajarete Road, In the Borouah of ArIaa.
Woodbrook, from lIst Saturday til 2. The materials must be traO -
yesterday, leading conveners state Ported In such quantitiesU and mut
that the gatherings were indicative be spotted In such plaee i In the
of Increased interest in spiritual Town as required by the Town
things In spite of difficulties of Superintendent from time to
transport imposed by war condi- time. Separate prices to be quoted
Utions. per cubic yard of each of the above
The first nweeting on Saturday stus of metal and sittings respect.
evening was addressed by Mr, I. tively.
Cleveland, of Arima, on "The aut- .
fertngs and Glory of Christ." Tenders in sealed envelO
On Monday. which was "the great marked on the outside. "Tlender re
day of the fEast," all gathtiings :metal and sitiUns" are to be ad-
were better at ended than In form- dressed to the Town Clerk and
er years with about K00 persons must reaoh the Town Hall. ,Artla.
present in the afteincon. not later than the 10th of August,
Over So questions were scnt in 1944.
to be answered from the platform 4 .The Council does not bind It-
in the morning session. Moat of self to accept the lowest or any
them were of peculiar interest, to tender.
Bible students, and some were
topical, and of general interest.
The questions were answered out Salamat Al,
of the scriptures by the 'elder Town Clerk.
brethren LH. T. Spencer and C. A. 28th July, 1944.

Meeting of the St. Mary's Home
Committee of the Coterie of S-ctal
+Workers which was c,'rcied for to-
day has been unavoidably post-
poned to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Au-
gust 17.


Genuine Scotch




First Come-
First Serred-
B Early !

Telephone 5620
C.O.D. Orders
"Allies Bar"

If Back Aches

Help Kidneys
D V e .ol doer thai you are or uM
uN~tLOn | Up Nihts, Nickache. NtvoUS.
D f PnMmatte Pains. hrurnln.
acanty or fequent passages II so0. reiema
br that our Kidneys are vital to your
health and that these ymptons mnay he du
to Kdney lad Bladder trouble, -in such
Gee Ou usually lives prompt and Joy-
ous fio( by helping the Kidneys clean
oIt fenous n1esesads ald nd wastes. You
ha PTtmhlt to ain and nothing to loe
in trytetnt I. The Iron clad money-bhck
agreement a*surns a refund of your money
on return of tpty pakae. unless .ully
C y t e etliaed. On't dD .
* -uw lay. Get yOstfs
qlw ....!W4. 91^ tt -t*xlomdtfuc.
C ali1 II> lewe.,, glst todaf. Onil lgo.
I istozif roe dr"M



16, St. Vincent Street
ON -
Thursday. Aug. 10th
at 1.30 p.m.
Instructed by Mr. N. F. Hope
a ho left the Colony,
will sell by Auction the very use-
ful Fittings, etc., of his Tailoring
Establishment, as follows :-
3 Single Treadle Sewirg Machines,
2 Peter's Charcoal, lIons. i Jack-
board, I Pressing Counter, 3 Large
Preadwood Racks for Cloth and
Materials, 1 Glass Case with Cup-
board under, 6' high. 1 Glass Case
6' high. 2 Cutting Counters,
Chairs, 5 Tailors' Fashion Plates,
Vicuna, Tropical and cther Mate-
rials. Four made-up Suits and ex-
tra trousers. I Dressing Table with
long mirror, 1 China Cabinet.
Sale at 1.30 prm. on Thursddy,
August 10th.
T' RMS-Spot Cash.

i. U l IiiII tluI NhfiuIII IHhfNltNIuHIfllIINItIIitl



Appointment Of As-
sistant Engineers

Applications are invited for the
undermnentioned postsa on the en-
gineering staff of the Port-of-Spain
Corporation: -
2nd Asaistant City Engineer
Addition F gineer
The yearly salary attached to
each of these posts Is $1,920-3240-
$2,880 with a travelling allowance
of $480 a year attached to the for-
mer post and one of $360 attached
to the latter.
The offices are pensionable under
the provisions of the Municipal
Corporation iPensions) Ordinance,
and subject to the usual conditions
as to leave, etc.. as prescribed by
the Port-of-Spain Corporation Or-
dinance and regulations made
Preference will be given in mak-
ing these appointments to persons
with previous experience in Water
and Sewerage works practice.

Application stating age, qualifi-
cations and experience, .nd accom-
panied by recent testimonials, mv-t
reach the undersigned at the Town
Hall, Port-of-Spain not later than
3 D. mi. on Tuesday 22nd August,
Town Clerk.
Town Hall.
28th July. ir .


15 Champs Elyees
Off Valleton Avenue
Thursday 10th
Aug. '44
1.2 P.M.
Instructed by K. A. Nellson Sq.,
who has left the Colony, we will
sell all his good and useful Furni-
ture such as-
2 Cyp Single Beds with 8p. and
Spring-Filled Mattresses, Saman
3 Mirrored Lady's Dreser with
Plate Glass. Shelves and Stool,
Elec. Bedside Lamp, Simmons Day
Bed, Large Clotht Alrer, Laundry
Basket. Cyp Cloth-s Cupboard,
Bedroom Table and Chair, Linen
Prss,. Cyp Dining Table and 3
Chairs, Cyp Tea Trolley, Pyrex,
Glass and China Ware, 2 Burner
Oil Stove and Oven, Gas Stove,
Kitchen Table. Vegetable Stand,
Scale and Wgts., Pantry Clock,
Petromax Lamp, Enamel and
Alum. Kitchen Utensils, Bamboo
Arm Chairs and Table Carpet. Gal-
lery Fold. chairs, Uphol. Settee and
2 Chairs, Elec. Reading and Stand.
Lamps. Round atr I Drop End
T les, Garden Bench, Tools, r '1
Drvm with Tap in Stand, Plants.
Garden Swing, Child's Table and
Chairs, Press with Mirror, Go Iart,
High Chair. Bath in Stand, Crib,
Sin. e Bed with Spring and Fold-
Ing Play Pen, Mahogany Writ.
Desk, and Westlnghouse FPrdge, 1
10-Tube Westinghouse Streamlined
Console Radio.
Items on .Iew day prior to and
morning of Sale and terms-Cash.



'Passing Brompton Road'
Under the DVlstlnguihed Patronage of His ZxoeUmaey the
Acting Governor, the Hon'ble A. B. Wrtght, O0MG., OJIL. M.O.

At The


at 4.45 and A lU m.
IN AiD OF: The Win the Wae Amadm4atom' Oemwal tFo und
tiMe Triwed AmelaiUm tn aid M f t Deat and DumA.

M*&OM -4U1. 41 a48 s &U4 E flIUm-41J, U" 75e. t4 a8l.

Ua bMts M" at DMakd & Tod Ltd. aredwM tI .e
Sm n lent by United
Suase kafM ddlv tent hy United Oroceu.


sole Agents:
& Co., Ltd.


4-Bhrner Eltee* SI
I Tapestry Cerpet I2'
1 Large Mohbmy"
1 Now Singer Sewing
MachiM (4 Dwwr ).
1 50-E Oil Incuber. "
I ColumbiF Portable s
mophone with 50 Meod
1 Zeissikoa Ikoslex Cai
1 Roman Both in perfW
1 Lawn Mower.
1 4' 6" Spring-filled
1 3' 6" Spring-filled
I Columbia Electric
with Separate Loud

Ring 5367.


Watch These Outstanding Valhe
In Albums

BACH : Brandenburg Concerto, No. I .,
Concerto In fE major ivton hn)
BEETHOVEN: slvmphony No. t(low p edit411n)
CHOPIN : Waltzes ... .
The 24 Preludes
JOHANN STRAI'S : The Blue Danube (Orehesrated*
as (Grand Ballet) .. . .. .


We are happy to s'-iinounce that we were able to ma
a .slight reduction on our price.




On loans fi-om $3,040 to $10,000 at 4% pel a nmD.
On loans upwards of $10,000 to 510,400 at 6% Ipw I=8
On loans upwards of 520,000-pecial rate.
For oartlculars apply to-

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Therc's economy for you And
enjoyment too. Bovril sandwiches
are always popular and Bovril is
ao highly concentrated that only
the thinnest spread is needed
to make the most dchcious
sandwiches you ever tasted


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canot work miracles, and a astd Ut9 1llumI.0d
be just as srious as a major accident
Prompt dleanming of wounds or brWaks InM *s toW e
DIOXOGEN helps to create a oonditiot W ltW 10
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day ms t- LOCA8lY MAIEP SHOES. Wh ite O iT. ARE YOU AWAREOta ere Is aCIOU1'SEB1, F cl BtSAlE o." Kll

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o 9- 0-i ti"t e tt i.ari .in g o( Iv rlobe ,rl daU le .IuiI lT i S'AI2oni I123.- Aug. 13
C N- |A Q UCBSgON PDukse W l ill~AXM 'ERW PHIICK VAAu'XHA0 I t AII. lDreeia T a,,eand Mrbl-i ARGO K P H.TI K Or" lKl EHLd .AND
i111 R Mar f o u wP artrest.Plg 2h4 A I lu I Sa l t,.le, llr mlei mark Wriddle ),.d u ..e..ui A g.a d e u
1l ..bi l iiia l Ind ustlry Eur op ean plre f -it nt C i T WT1R exaR,--g u f. reliuoad. e mceld n ies .Tai ne II OT). CANADIAN N Au. 1 AWtIll.L. t th,, alnteng 3 btdromat, on Ctolae o landr. wicn

I TM l BT . .N LEGHO.. II n 's c ltel 'O d 4t ea 't uer a 1 ncar- niecnanl(al condtil O'n iiippe d wti other cr. o ely or rol l lreea Ielreon, fItUatr on
er 1 OMM RCIAL DAe 0 NIteHT Iobert LtrNe c Asol Hina I i adeliua b ut blti Ateria I" ly 4 -jn M Malur Royar baus l-[ pirti' A OseU w a0 gee,
oo... ,,rel. s p- ,.a,,nanily ipd a-,rre:,,st Aug. 20 Cluaho.linoutreuet, San emnal ndo.-A .1.

aiMSHOOL. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3W Ude uli erat ere- ~ oU-.l. for. Padl-e r.'Co4e lIift5re..OMCAIS (ehete TWO HOUSESl totit one' lot lend,' '"0'"* 45"l".
X Gup ENER AL HItAll VELTAeul T '"" 1, FREDERI> K ST EY iwnso" Tre -ansfer*" ^ ^ ^ ~ x.'h .2
.+ A |m I, *LIn V ~ f ~ ~ y ~ U ^ O 12 t to ) 'HKVHIN 4:tilta1. > H^-tee la titr I 'bB|e 49u 1" .I~ a P r I as e fo D .1

+Molhl8EP ftur g2.L Aply a~r lend oncey car"14 m P-lklt tyren e o ,',noifa., .". ":,-" ---- ----- ---- I Z.UUE AND L.AND. 3* eoruor Rualh-
O Mn r deal 'Pon ly glbre. Ratgale P ri nct Pd hnl r oirlln f e Phone ghEit AN RClPAIRI to5 A g w1. or reet, and erodw, w.th all eon-

Itw o -SAUl.* |3>- Aug 1 I RADIONS REPAIh ,o. eiclentla dBd uonl- do3tniess. Apply; The Modern Pplnery,
A N M CHOOlV PY AKD HUCNS lnd 37 OiVROrT, Maer Do Anpp Hr. 'P .nhone (e Ceo ll .- Aug .-Au. Ian l ernando.-Au. 1
'Phone 5iI d 0. Cumherranu. a KyesuraarxgeIn~ H. J1,.1ary good on itelon. Istaer euge. 2d, lC.L H OUS, E. IM R-atondireyOa

UIN Cn J AlG LpG11 PJ AN,1. %&Its, o

aS W onet~,Mttulatlon., uereOwn.r driven, Comprl, en..... otnur-ea, IPt and uvon-M-.Ia r 11 cllllon allLIPort-ot'lPale, Oa0er la writing to C. t.
lag!* o??' s, li +11 h F.RK,.A,-- Apply tleneral Mmiketlni> Agenaes. 5M lfOt-nl-opamm *Phne MTl.-Aug.3 2 POwar. t Moore Avenue, *I. Anha'.--Aug.
l. I.a Ra Seamh Stentn 8.n Auer.nand 'Phone 13.c- A. l-IitbeAle-, o5dxrR COellne c4.
. CtA.iK .-4 Pdlns + aniCck AUK. 1 Lt2. elo. 1t II. ioSte M Bedl : in-Au TIc IIL1h' S"VAMA e" 6URNI, HE ., IIes DEe

| ii l un b ,iu~lin,l h;nlnh | TRUCK WITH 8iX TVRES. 4* *outh r RADIO AND KLECTKCAL, RE-Tr~aidoucc, Worti-ng BeachL ISradoa.
a a licir. ~ lcou room .and Qnay.+-- ept. 2. PAtRg. Hewlndhln o( Power nnd Audtio Apply I+11011 Uugllna f Co.. Port-of+
l a u in.eiot reeldent matinn.o Iod tKIr. TRUhaK lly LoII.ensed 'randlrSrrr e Ammaturg e 2 nd t10l ioii i epan.--Au, 0.

*-lMlw~dull tmitiun la hi e a nonp*ire, el anl InoAedA t tyrea Apdv Slinger's m1, dlo, UynAf i n I nd Motor Repnira *i aoALl. 2.d 1-RUS PROPERT1E LA
ele e d, Tel e arteg. Atlrr by Htree dn. Aug ea2 nOne t Ue-Au 13 I lois l a ae Laoin alno nvyetlmOt

:+0o K h t 9 -,71. fpt. 2. _VAUXBAL|, 1M4U -O[IL Sn iood COn- I B.'WAWB'UI ur OmB~l^.y. D. Vignaa Lb'Urpattu., l n!p to D.Oy.5gh I
P UL ORIf kU -a.IEep Typewr it- darien *Phnne MM.+- Aug m1. Aor ginal recommended Ov4 n-'tova s ee Joblty. 40 PembrokD tLratl. -dSept. 11.
'MOS ug u I u _i a &l a week dult E i t' Bt O RLS T or TR UCKA SOR BALE, ;patrt. u14 ,n itiet--et S.art I t t. *o ANi IA, l.A Itu rot ouawAy.
'lt VO(l R AgS5ALE W,,udfor ICt Si RE ATAug u N.Itt.,An lE r nSEWING MACHIqIIE ihond.loPAI f landHOUSE. aOne aLo et of cLand
t TM ASIOCK X iiu-IiincntStee.lprbn51g2 Village. tin PLC eNI an oheaer.lnerOroad. Rod.Idalspt orga*&

4114 MIC Vtcnl L. BayacllP A Ctt Ivrolet and slord late TM LOie New or i II P ,uR R eet.AhiNgat leail nAROnl I 1 Re- M l en litu4 VoYiue t "u witI all anonenIt
,'-+Au. .1 _. ..... .41y .. lyreI *I icenied and inl, d tl- Au .. .er... Bn... . IAUA n.
U aB1 .CHOOL+ Plonal tiH. A. dlark, tol BrAer I t a nl Ire I Prk tI t ,-1Au11 .A I. H ILDIN tiTEl lt rQ M ravl dmaA1
B .CttPho neSio ir e remonlth lAu ori.# .- AuP. 1rinc utir ee L s l'' g -A 1B E b 9... .. rad AT Lonl s IN ModernS

B fe"^ ---.y^ A --------------, .e.... ---..., ..... ...-. ., r^ ^..,., ^ o.u~~...ry .. "...------.
aa o a t tD to0An0. wi AAp'ly, Iss aaut i Pe4"w r,--. 1 ruiutlaT, rAe'SSu13 .cU -lD aT asd

NARANIUS t.oASSP a'oLS -c- ii .1: in:, tcl0.RI INi*42'9t A ** c I.Itiea*usnurl suu ,frn luuc. tares*
CambRLiRe. T ekeys.CrowStriet ChIc. TNuTD aO t OE SM0 PIANO S ( eureat. biOOmo, Bt N uAl OWim uiad E e.

'Phonel oira e ( ro/,p ere n gl-land Oery 40o ntl I uudhum IA wpl Ci.trniot is e reeled- 'Inia emi$ I ,,0N 85 Ati-. Ap lUr
aItf leat ou' l e.. Xlt S or haln. iu ten i a i rlmio CAtc Aug l -i. Se.pt. 1. I l i b P fLE DID, rIN 0 BIAT Enote t
eC laIP HatruIOf an. dEICHu a icii A TNe-. L ACK BO X SUI T gle B O ad;lto FrsWcead coSier of e.lcn uod nd Duoke Streside

0utue a is, M ri R1nd 1.rlteo Ing od On i u. t u um utl Street, 8 M rroavao. GApl nd
41 Mo"Iasm-l 2i 1titmo Apud bu TA P o ai a Lns iteLn. "In v a le. ck, P.hone ,112.

Hut. a i~ o-C H~t. A R.. urlir. mtus come, I "* Mrs". itlmuila. IueH* a a> e. liss,1 I. mae mrk; Sadi ttoad Se w -tw "," Ati. ^ u.' ? IIllrlt
1tiu 1a41. ai a1 11wtd tr eet. cariI DE&c Au l TI.iV. ,
p Higher c-u..u.n *-pi. tI_-dIS"+t.tNl y Recntly e Jukan, r ho.. ..... 4. Ag. I i u ig ,, Ii.OLd,, W, Lban H OU enno. Sr ,.
+. '. ?.: ttat ,, ls io,,,4 ,'V ,.-A :i i-,w.U ;11 It sel, 2 Au. 13 +, ul., o h. c.

iMi-FORuSAii t '- ---E vAti -r$[te llian Se1 H e- ra SuE INdtu MCA.ie l Ctt n iew 1talr o If t fiOr e en t Lreon, tuo on
I IN S Mtt MERCO ALbTSA I, GHT,1 to 4 1 1tretl TAt g RIIO 4lI.r INI fT l S.tr. tIo b la A a, p tlo ne6 Haiti Rooiad ile ( Martgi. abrou ol-dfeet
3A H 4001t St-Wr eetrsEeAlt A I.or H. P"(i. Ape I'M. $1.0et00a SAuuigu.A10 from .UN tiis CArCAD l Ic*a LIu

jeeceI con itt .1 Il i u u, Appl y Pc HerK.n 11 xrlot W. R W y l IPrb e R mn 0 A,-

l MPL32T*'a CH______NE _'SE*-" SELP-TAUO____T tiL IEVII~2 11.LEE Mutc I________________ ___0_____ leu. I.de-^DT 'Klltlr~*
01furer12-1Airdm oney--a-t.- . 1 P o| A lyr e lt mAar Iclueu j -Io U ,Ad LAND. hat con .er -i
p S a EInEgTin P Mac PiU F in Po R E AN R PIIIRON o SUure and Itroad1 wely, wio t l a con-
CAT VAugr-- 11- RAIO ooHP. I efcenlendqlse- aslen s. Ap..1 y Tihe so Arp g Prto ,
rouviANNOU C EO HU!- .. I... O.T...... at.. uoiat l. 'oine fled. Q Co lnbadaesu.- a Sn nand-AugaA. i oS olt-o
i o+tr atluAt n e Ownsuer incr d.ri .. srnceAal a. d O ven.-Ma ..... | Mi .. Offrs ....anwrtng ..
minati ... ...l n-IApl enrlp ..... g. tI- f an .ll0 5 -Aug. .'- *ow rM--A an An-- Ag.
moItdol f streeth H Street Sa lieroPh o353. A.gl'l MlATtE-SSESSIiN. Mode en WP35. I A.l .....i 4
ecMet Ruadl anuu 12. etc 1U ha r t A .V. 11,Mub" &leads SEASIDE

Scimttirun, b fe t iuitalofllei it~atgs TIIDONKE WITI SIX RTYt. 4' d~uulb O RADIO. AO E CTI LR- sidic, WOthtretfdint ali B1s r o a dos.i
iteacher 11l1acm otlnO n Qoa SeApt .. 2ItR terdntfeoe+n Audo, Apply ka.lerit n tigl fontpo., Pont-ofe.s
u t-Iton n bine. c amspe e.nut.Iru.-tu l tyes. Au2,eItb o D n am sidM oIr Re tars o. MALL an. LA PROPERTIES.

o.-n h b iTIPins. MfAeUnuiu Stret Ag Id 1, 'e hine ro--- 1ofI--gRd p aiund lso Tnetm -

i 2. ""A France, al- t l. n - 14 L11e. nOblY p ndD ukr~e Stree
i -1- Gocing 11 --_ie _ 3. V Au gIll. Tu gA HE Of LobBLwi..t h ie igndoule oraru92A.re appo D1y3. sAug. and
.I. Aug" i28. -Doge, Type-owra.Tdt,.n.;9hmnde46)04.- Atag 1. origuial reTomme tAnded Oven-S, to |teJ i. 40 Pembroke. trend t Sept. G eI
I Abt-Al Aeyga lyes all -i. n oolicensed aa d Inured fge I rb c eiA lnt
-A ITan Ert, MUSIC dStH OL Preet, el hII. A la k Applye Sael an r;1 jakSrct u A F il s InG IT Sally ti,'M oera 812J.l

_:_______ccontig,________1.-t__es jigr.i ,yerlelMaronSaddle Str.eeT., Apply--e
A p andeTy e pewriting PAlsfi" u itid A I L.)I. -O I NG HOUSE won.
ru 0 d p li tl -A U 6. lkg O W 6 V, 4- i 1".6, DoOl~ l : IACA UM BIINELL A WSIMAD e rNeW t oi iny3 beroad u ola at 4lovs tsteeO f reeaod
il NNED DEIOMMERCIAL EAY c IGTEMS a In olaln e te,6 r cia's M hrellndiiai.A Italinue Wtt actoryA-llSety o frit tr'sGthrd eon situ ateo.
MO 1. Uth em Hselv e s tpas ed t.xaunin tl o tSte,. A g.1 handeShow Hbit. S Prince, UStreet, Manea r oFI RST C A S BI LD M r in, GaSo tE6 avtoo-
Duncan Street.&. 'Ph lfone 535. 'm epir-hi a;Pt t era inuy avf age e lse 1 .66

i e eofIce re -eatemodAl.pr. FCree hentre oe r -tse f. C t prquae fet
1ATD O Stotoeet.Crel.Fr r I W ROE iS ad2a cm S Rto.
evMaaerythngease ISkVIET S SAND YOREP IR alS (ra o rt tetadHraawlw kalcn

--Aug.s26aI l-PharmaceTnks -nt- --t Ii','- -e' o
da F t1Ily nl sADIO# .iP Vllg OuotnticeffiSoeth. _n________v______ land at omneA Col; cThe ModnDineo r.
,AhD ch- 1137011XV ill. as.r o txe Ym'Plee from.C011Four At BRnFodano.-OveII
UOTIAIcl-f.-CO tclKCtiV n e greeOwneTr dieE-W.ELComraoAt~RRIR InuspCY l aerMandGaZINES FOB SAL2E 1111,0 6111 acre-lspnv Oferysuitable tfor houssCn. I
mia ron. f vad Mtrion. F. G(,It.A, Aply errte o Mie r k etigepho isfne 8346.Aug. MA ALJ4M 1ou 67.SUeIl-rON. Chea P oestS ru aci MoorefArmingem t.ailho se acue.-A
t*,i. P ih SretSl)SAMSBaFen do 'Phon Ue 36Books- fA.e, Fco. es doci 34n. raoal oe iIbecate
uty ()0S*S-K*X 'IU U E Ba dng adIs A ug ,t-uklet Au212,o1.6i~ie?.~ vln 16..Ag 7
a as TUK IT IXTPE. 8Sot ynRee AUis. A0NDiELE.ChTR Icuda ICA E ia. helmoot. i OffrsIn rlugto
Ill V.apcou oo ndQ alle. Ag IA-sa ati 6relurSrte eelSiS A C.ll. 2it aoae. ortof
do. ANNOM suitng.esientS trI L1I)UN RC AugS. 29. n fPwe n uilplyA~en ugns & C, oto
lit uiin n om tm spe e, PTFill')?Iu.S lac nd il Red-- ~ raluintuer uk iedSpi. ain.-Aug. 19.
TOWN FUNERAL A1OENC'I'(""'Iiit ult. tic ter u pjlune sMcinge'a'gld MAGAZnEs 'ndMtiS3 r PIO, W de AllmitesCaeede LARUS pd. Thag Lt
Street, Hnryg S undmere4. TPopritetia'Ur, I Tlouniea. 115 S trea Augls1or 3 1 Calte 1,101 Clal. WritePetR uefalig eeenp owa31oe, Sitbe
Goading rafrlg--deter. 2 ffn. etc AUDONKEY90 W DEITH ART ordco.Ionkee'A'chope. Other reomaton al si teon Idlowld
-~~~~~~~ H495atenane.REi orin oa-atule tilyP.Hnr. I halot Wetnl Vug Satireet anpy odqRichmondTerace
RTHAND. luxua-seping, ypAwrit .iREon 'PhoneTOR.-FOR, Apply. 40Miniheha.k nlgthtn- dgept, it.
I" VTILMIS IL blifell A" hevole an rorl lte otRADIOw A 4 lotatio hn srat,-typelt e moA l AUNOV5 nd LAND, Ch11p Sreetwa.S
i. PAL 16.%tl*Y 1,04 yles. ll licnsed wits EtlePrt l'ck R ebel Pl AtCH~paROnd e-Aplite- 00el Sa Extra 1b of ladt. I Thbree bed-
r~ M SI S HO L. Posootif A Car, t alridOfs et Snge a t ei eeolato -eoantactR. PretsavittaL~ai a. rocee. al l be4 e~vnece an
mo ir 3 dA ILtee. Ice SG Bng IT5ZMo8.apply Gen r val Mrkeal
141Osdatce I $ II s C AZYON w H iane-Aug. (12, uskcr eu Lc fet' -Axelet og. a.Oeatu a1:le-Ag 2
Ia 2 SP a&Hll-Sq,;0 arci .$ T belep la 55.A uby.roS., t aL'o~ treet. plentaild locliy A,
1KNCZD KURToi;r.ACHcubi0c4feet. 10114301t F~ll~.Aastoy Sroertis on enrystreet. SApFply sande
lad HnaeiaPAene543 -Ay" uarin Ai. 11.

-If i rrB(h 1J L/.d'l i** IXTENP ACREh KSMTATE (or ulain tor
leMa m.1taI thl onme Iouani dollar. Appy
i ...j. \* V WHEN HOLIDAT IN T. VICT A. Radth. Mrcaa, I. Jop.
tal at the Edlnabrtish Hoer" NOWa. A ig .
i I I ou accoumodatlon. AmrMt UlaS" ".- AXWUT A -REonX so",ttuired lt
i I I n; excellent sa-bathlns Cable T eillats... o xt to the R-. .C,. Curct,.
nl, e a ltent .lon. btln. Cable N.M I 'Phon 5t16 -. Call at 1u0b Etl. V nV t
IfA IMiLTt Ju"I i US1 Sc. On "a a LOS1 LAND adjoll ngSt. joalab
Ma e triam Ra seiR es modtion village, Sea .....ndo, bord p
Weal. tat M Ce. saea main ro ad to Port ..spi_.
----RW^' A ****H ~~~~~~ ~~-"--.- --f a-c- -UnW -~ a ~ Ue CI ma ir n -- waa**-Bke *1*-- -1-f S -kllalhffUUR 1nO ra .tU '".5*BU TlfO, 41T kf W
+a.tawene AE E 11.4 .00. A py C ., C eva l bo. "Phon
I 9 IAND PLA 14M iQUltI ft X- 3.-Aug. 11.
^ rM ^ 1k ( I e i-cep UM datuomutlul Gre_.

-Oon t-4on - --an>. -HUr~am i
I& VU, Tnbege. j J. c. ALLANAR,
hoe 5l8-Aug. t tUtele) as ft. Vicent St. 'Phone |tS4.
M --t&at'o a rger fL l uneBe Place, Prtinte t. i"?agS
sIu, Wothlin. Sal-I Feohtold Bugalow, Maranua. tPoe-
Rate: $.M eJt.& 1k;i-o ..... . . .. 0.0M
Ua e Wati ooa, r 141 Arre Land. San Juoan .
ow. so ine Street Buatnee Place, aecoond Btreet.
San Juan teacnh ..... 5.
51 ROUSIE, Ser- *"a.l Chattel properties froM
hard. T. a.T. 5t700 -0 ars.
SLoeana on Mortel"g.e Renets *olled.
"-ThebTbW- T- P

-dfllera *t m p1 S BBjH_

- lae -' 1. .

vrM ................ k an, --
1-ema -MM _

&--0 90em Heaed.Wod hUe
v oasin "elpt na ~ n 6

@V EMS- at rt. hft--Ai~-

0ft t o,4* 7o --- **e t t
a-rest e.l N1 lavmei-Re

soio. Mu ............ 412,0

T-U l&U B, tns rplqy l- t. PW 14,1g0"
Be1 aug *ty. o l rnommPro-os
S_%-V1. t pow~o P ft-M
r O vid Aga. sio aile9rsL.. 11.1,0

(-) De-wuR "Spw a *ue Juic.
r et .........am . ..... .. ...
.igoMati .......

f-i la* erm A ReueU Vr
amd M50 eim.......... ..........C. eep
-4S Pugao. street. Moas&

S-ISTeaeuloRea. W10t b eer, h
a -Ma-y -7al .. ......... ...... I
*P llh. eid1, 71 r-4 Conari.yte Sr.
(1< New Brand enigalwer, Atr
treot.m *tl Modem covoni-
,ne. poaomalm .... ......6$00t
1 Buasntei Property. Park t .614,n.0
(31 Lars. 2-eto re Dulneio Pro-
perty AWC a Stree t .. 35.H
(4) New ungIlow. Luclkpr
street. St. jBm ...A Cheap.
i5) Bungalow, 13 Warren Street.
b poeeueto. Best offeer.
lt) Lovly Bung*low. Long CIr-
enler Read. ear Country
Club. rreshold Property. 4
bedrooms. etc. Mortgaged for
o 8,000 at S. ... .. 113.000
For Propertle- Buying And SPlling.
Conault. ;, MCD. Thomee.

between Queen. Henry, Prince. Frederick
and Knox Strecl. Ritward. Max Pater-
son, 52 Queen.-Aug. 11.
PUPPY about b months old. Please 'om.
MniOncatE with Lennon Knagsl, 3 Hnder-
son ituad, Vatlleton Avenu, Marav'l. or
Phone 761. Reward oBffered.--Aug. It.
ease. with prescription card and nama en-
losed,. stider return to Trinidad Guar.
daan." R ew rd.- Aug. 11
MODERN MUSIC, engaged onald Hear-
nandea' Flaishlight Strnadere. 22 banilyn
Place, Belle Eau Road, Belmont.-Aug. 14
obialining Sand Concessiun on Caron iti'ei
El Carmen Estate. Apply R. Alexis, Kam
t,u Alston A Co., Ltd. Alg. 19.
THE PBIILIC Is hereby notified that 1
am no longer tinder tile care nnd orso-
tection of my husband, ldgetil Junn,
neitiher m i responsible for any debt or
deaots which he may contra.,.
-Aug. l1,. an Fernando.
'LhE; PUBLIC Il hereby notified thatt I
am not responsible lor any debt or debtsi
conltractetd uy my witfe. Pnlomen Cyrillo.
ea n'aving lJft my care and protection on
Niocemher II, 194J.
- Aug 15 Beaseteaire Mutuga.
T'Hi;K PUBLIC Isa hereby notified 1 am
no longer under .the care *nd protection
of my numbanil, Rulus Jobe, and A am not
responaitle fur any debts contracted oy
hirn, I having lJet hia home since Jui>
- Au.g 15
ikhs k'UBIC Is hereby notified that I
am no longer under the care and prlitec-
tion of my husbanil. John MOol.al. out do
oI4l myself responible ter any eth.
a&(ra MARY *OODAI.
-Aug. 15.
ThE rPUBLIC il hereby notified that 1
am no longer unuer ithe care aiud protec-
tion of my husband, Adolphus Duke, nur
do I hold myself responsible for any dets
eamtrtrted by him,
-Aug. 15. Rio Claro.
THE PUBLIC Is hereby ootlfed that my
wite, Nelle Samuel, la saglin under my
care and proleclion
Nelaon ait reet,
-Aug. 11. St. Joseph.
"i'kl PUBLIC tl hereby notified a am
no longer responsible for my witLe Mary
B&ptlift. nor am a responsible tor any
daute contliacted by her, abs having Jele
my care and protection laince October 2,
-Aug. 13 Klo Claro.
T"oe PUBLIC Il hereby notifield that I
am oo ioiger undei the cal* and protec-
tion of my husband John O'Connor, and
that 1 do not hold myself responaibie t01
any debt or debis contracted oy nim, hav-
in lellti h oA ome since June M4, 1944.
-Aug. 13 man Juan.
'IHl; PUBLIC l hereby notifiead that 1
shell 'not hold myself responsible for any
debt or debts contracted by my wifts
&dall Griggs, of egypt. Point Porlin,. hal
having lett my home and protection aine
July l1, li t.
-Aug. 13 kgypt, Point Yortln.
Polnte-a-Pierre Laundry Service have
pleasure tl annuuncing that they have
aetablilhed a depot at han Prnendo which
will be opened to thea pblio aa fromi
Monday the 17th July, 1I94. 'the Polnte-
a-Plirre Lau.ndry vervt, 40 Polnte-a-
Pierre Road (corner Polnte-a-Plarre Road
and Chacon Street), Sa, Fernalndo. Pleases
phone a Hed Olffice: Polte-a-Plerre, 326.
Depot. a Fernando. 14-2a riap.-Aug.
THU PUBLIC is hereby notified that
not having seen or bard from my hul-
band. Daniel Young, tor the paet diventean
fears, It I my Intentlon t, remarry.
-Aug 1I. Sa Baslilon Street.


SLf.LSUi DAoUE-n lerten are remindi.
ed o0 Mldaummer's Night Dream, August
1th It Coffee Street B.C. 14chool. san
Fernando, at p.m. Promoters: Mieats U.
and M. Moe, Mr. and Mrs. R. Matthews.
Ladlie inc.. tents gt.Sl. Mue~c Wili
Wet--Aug. 11.
THtE PtUHIhJU Is nereby notified that I
am no longer under the care and pro-
tecUon *I my huebana Balkaran Rem-
hedaoon. and 1 do not hold myself ra-e
poaaleI for any debt or deba centracee
yi Wbving left hie .11R .AM?. N S, .

WA2Inh>-OeatiMher Ceily ezpertis
-- Il at---Aqg. IS.
66 App~ly-l ~ll i*pw111
lt -l;__Aug. z1 I
(taMM^ irr-Au. 6.- OttUI- =y itt,
BiKVAH,'^rWHO r-riB" koun t +m.,


PrESMOLD LAND, 1.4t7 -s. ft. in
bIt sP location at La Iva. MiraTla.
*Pomn 4116 or T61.-AuC. 11
PfI-Ps 1 TUBJC RADIO with fHl.
pe Pick-up--Prfteet onditle. 'PROnE
5445.-Aug. 11.
ONE I TUBE G.-e. en T Tube Slive.
toe. 0. WllIamS, & *"al street, t.
Jeuin.--Aug. 13,
M. exesant ex elltin kl, M Marine
Quare. Tel .ephO L-eAu, I .
RADIOa, late m- IN, "t o Ieo ~
nw" eowIUoa. Re-et. teleMl age.
--Aug. 24.
VAUHEALL "12 .'" e scileet tyre.
1TZ.M% &No C'aa~iton throuxm~I.
lt.C1. vtai 2.W-" p.m. AppotlaUuit
MllA. st. AtLt t9 -f-ADg. &IL
2 t2I e aha fAUNCH
:' .._.h*".8.a ,fc- .^ ,
rii c.! appi. ely S
lmbblg Co.. Lido n &L Vwae.a lHa

'Bjm figaE~ ci Miar*t Sa Men.
5pm, Stfled t, IS nCI.
VW66.. ^ at Latpe t- Com-
fjimdvaoli. at

IIj IH .--A jaP k *t M* r f,
iy".^ ll**y at %in no^t*"%*!
i law fintel r. ui

"pa-MaIm."31 Maotam N.M.
Rend. Sa Ju"it. "at eO'clok P.M. on
t*0 315 mti., P"awl- blonant da"ghefoW
f ~ Mrs, Nodmon Meracart, eatr of
a"Mgriand daugtwerof Mr. an
M.juiu JameC. Funeral tool lae* on
t following day fre the bo o 1t
mmrmtingat oe Juan Wasleyas Church.,
4thn oIan Juan Cemetery.
@OOlJA.-TeterdeY et .m. at hie
deimiites residents. Prinmc Alfred Stret.
Sa ps d. s ooceta. mother of DoeMIe
,S^ (Si!tl3S, iedmothr 05
salumat. Karamath, A bOOl Karl. M .
Lao. amd RhaskmitWall alt of MokbaNed
iRjacad brothbl Psonal today at 4
S. Irmib om ofr Im Iwoto th
Pfrinco A 1 t r Me W. tnt to
Paradils Cemetery. Rlatln Solad fri de
are kindy askad to aceept til1e atim-
CARTER..--Teaatedy at P p.m. t 0
Scion steet, PlelS Carter, mother o0
plum Se Dore'Carter, Mrs. Viola Phillip.
imlane rut r(MSraSbo), trandmoieMri
of Afts Cater. pumneral tak p f rome
baher late meldone. B nae street. It.
JoEh. at 4.30 p.m. today to St. a-
viour'a Churbch, thence toI t cemetery.
FRANCO.-A Solemn Rtequlin Muae for
the rIoae of the aoutl of the late Vincent
Nicholas Franco, who died a m nt tragic
death will be offered at the Churh Of t he
Holy Roeary oan Saturday 12th August.
144. at .30 a.n. Relatives and friends
of the deceased are kl ndly asked to ac-
cept thia Intimation.
*ARROW.-Mrs. Elizabeth Barrow de-
sires through this medium to thank all
I hose who attended the funeral, sent
wreaths or In any other way sympathleda
with her In her recent bereavement occa.
signed by the death of her husband im-
manual, Barrow.
8PR;NGER.--Daughter and son desire
through this medium to thank all who at-
tended the funeral, lent wreaths, letters
of condolence and sympathlaed with them
on the occasion of the death of their
father. John C. Springer, It being impos-
@ibie to do so Indlvtiuaally.
AUSTIN. -In loving memory of our
dear father. Heiry Austin. who departed
ths life 10Ih Auqust, 1939.- K.I P.
'Ti five years now since you departed,
'Tia like an evening gone;
In life we loved you moot dearly,
In death we do the some.
Evesr remembered by itl
Loving Children.

PULLETS, Cockerels. ToRhorn, New
Hampshire. 70 Oxford Street. -Aug. 16.
PUPPIES (terrier typet FOR SALE.
Langdale, Imperial College o( Trupical
Agriculture.-Aug. 12.
CROWN CORKS. Carbonlc Gas, Fla-
vouring Epsences. Concentolrated Colours,
heading, Preservatlve, labelt, Citric Acid
and otner accesaoriea to the aerated watet
trade. Apply to 73 Henry direet or 'Phone
213. --Sept. 9.
MAKING MACHINES at OD'ivldion Motor
Hupplies. Edward Street. Offer@ Invited.-
Aug. 16.
ONE USED PIANO, good rondiltion.
Bargain. Cecil Jemmott. 68c Henry Street.l,
'Phone 4538.-Aug. 12.
SHOPKEEPERS--We can supply a li-
mited quantity of Puncheon Rum ln
demljohnai) at $7.30 per gallon, :obo
Huger Estate Lid., 48 South Quay.-
Sepl. 9.
ONE 3 BURNER and one 2 bunter Blue
Flame Stovea In good order. Telephone
0946. Aug. I1.
CROWN CORKS Itn o50 gross carton.
$16.00 per carton. Apply to 73 Henry
street.- Sept. ii.
137-14B. 'Pllont iS --- Aug. 1I.
HOUSE TO RENT furnlshed for four
months from September or iunfnrnlhed on
contract for 4 months with a guarantee ol
$500.00 if not delivered after 4 nionths.
Rend particulars to 72 Duke or 'Phone
U213.-Aug. 22.
NICELY F 'RNISHED, Comfortable 4-.
room home. San Juan, to rent for 6
months. Apply Mrs. Enid Ramoutar. No.
1 Rudin Lana Belmont. -Sept. S.
DOtIUBL ROOM, Board and Lodging.
'Phone 7082.-Aug. 22.
BUNYAN BROS., of Kinston, St. Vin-
cent, B.W.I.. beg to offer their services
to Manufacturers and Shipper. as theli
representatives In the island of St. Vin-
cent, B.W.I.- Oct. .
Large newly built Dwelling House. lA-
dern Conv-nionces. on 1 j lots land. Of-
fers Invited. Robert Duverney, Agent.
'Phone 382.--Aug. 23
ONE HOUSE AND LAND. 4%/ lots,.
Circular Road. $12.006.00. One House
aind Land I lots, Ru.qhworth Street.
7T.000.00. One House and Land-lk, lots,
Henry Street, .8,000.00. Three Housea
and Land, Juarvis Street. $24,000.00. Two
beautiful lots land, Circular Road, S7.-
500.00. C. KEplnetl. 14 High Street. Ban
Fernando. 'Phone 412.-Aug. It
One 1938 10-H.P. Babv rord SED.AN
Tyres very g9od $1.500 00. One 1939
Dodge SEDAN. Tyres fair. $1.806.00. 0:ie
1939 De Ltuxe FORD V-8. Tyree good.
$2,400.00. One 1931 Sport Model BABY
FORD. Tyrea very good, $1,50000. One
1936 Sport Model MORRIS. Tyree good,
i 1.200.00. One 1939 left-hand drive CA-
DALLIACE. Beautiful. One 1940 MORRI1
SEDAN" Tyres good, (1,700.00. C. Eaptl-
net. 14 High Street, hen Fernando.
'Phone 412.-.AUg. 16
One G.F.. REFRIGERATOR 4tI cu. ft
C eplnel, 14 High Street, San Fernando.
'Phone 412.-Aug. 15
i RyMINm'TON PORTABRTE Typewriter.
An,' rondltion HIghest price paid. Con-
tact J. N. Montliue, 21 Coffee Street,
iaan fernando. AUg. 16
SCHOOL. hound louindallun. ecoutdarv
and Commercial aul)jerta t-uihi, HeeS-
i master won mure than elxti free Exhi-
tbailonu. E. Waiters, 44 St. Vincent islreet.
+ aepi.
8IXTEEN ACRES. Penal Rock Road
(one mile. Frults, Cocoa, Cocoa House.
Apply Turner and Solomon, Sb Poente-a.
Pier Road. Sen Fernando.-Aug. 15
. 'folw ,n- ont'tbut ons wer e ade
t4 the Soother. Benevolmt Prhtend ot
IJ~ S?*eat* I .I5 g yv-m.- Galby
*v, M.ttaraj t., JmAgoaint Sn..
Fi/and Ia., A, Warner 1.,4, B. Bhawas
2.L R. Lutchnan leo.. 0. SIMth lt.,
C *Lyon lIt.. MctalaU 54c., l. Perrle
P. Vt-- Sc. It. _Sil Sea.. A.
_r. va E er. R We.,lg V4. Brow
Ia. 15., N I~itbl51.00,
-.- ..

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ATRio Clro nd Pool
Rio Clara and Pool*

bugne. s eomstls of
Rum Shop, Dry Goods,
Provision and Cocoa
For Further Partloulars

TUES., AUG. 22
At 8.45 p.m.

The Management of
the Globe Theatre

Marile Palmer
will present
1b A N C I N\ G
OF 1944

An Elaborate Dance
Accompanied by the Pollce
Band under the Direction of
M.M A.R.C.M,
-Tickets ')n Sale at-
31 Frederick Street.
Srlces-Sl.S0 Me. Oc.



Reduced Prices





Cut and Etched Glassware,
E.P.N.S., Chinese Carved


Jewelry, Candle
etc., etc.

Your Inspection Invited.


I Henry St. (neor T.G.R.)

Phone 8699

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IVitmriim s-c^


TIsDet Ise
84c. a"4p

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*- The Plen~fChll


It Is Finism

Trinldad'. MOST3U
M___ Cbemlrb" ^'



ter you
Lot us fill y

Royal l Naval C




or alt, os


Hn. lAdy MenmbesMi



25, ChaMceR St
Tuesday, 15th Augu
1230 Pt.

Instructed by MIS, h
Miss Urich, we will II
good and useful Items M 0
Double Bed, Slumber
rind Mattress, Slmmmo
ind Spring. M.T.
Mirrored Tall Boy, C 9
Hanging Presses, Cyp
Drawers. Bedside T"M%
Crap. Dinlng Tabl.__
Gas Stove, Meat Safe,
Pantry Ware, Ham SM."
a.id Weights, Food jar,
tee and Chairs with
Bentwood Rockers 11tY
Carpet Fclding Canvin a
Lady's Writing Desk,
Crap. Chint Cabinlets,
Chinaware, Child% P
Chair, O-OCrti sad
Large Crap. Offce r
evolving ChOair. Tbh-SO
Hydraulle Car Jack,
Lamp, Lady' Bike,
Phonograph, Golf _
Balls In Bag; Treadle
L&w Books, including 1t9
bury's Laws of England,
Books. Electric Toaster,
ing Machine--Waffe
and Stove; 9-Tube K.B. U
Items on view froln
Boyd & Hutchinsoi.

liii M mOn




6 O'CLOCK -0 T


"GLOBE TROER" S--<* As Velvet
r2i7fte-, i R*aOTTLE a e
BOTTL . ., . )
SULftx,,% O.bm,. 3 BOTTLES .... . . . $ I

New and In perfect CooUMn, CASE-12 bottles . . . l
Idew tfor FIabiog,
Dellvry to Neighbouring U -.'
W ndt Ouamateed.- A FU FoB e tleor 12 Em W
Po t normtot ot n 1 Coo- I- %' r14
W&W- .11 -,nTiryfrr T to n A^ *^\^S

GILL 3R05.
..poH 56. Vlaa-at
Phase -V6


60 if. VINCENT STREET :: T~l


Joseph P. n Wab, MUIR MARSHA
1 4 Marine SBmure. 7e
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