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

Subjects

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

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00731

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at I =." of blackened^^ ^ ^ ^ tho*s e fo m theav Be l. Amr ia n He add l ^^ ^ 0 1 Ul 1 U J l
pr goe'l from actual front line support to Major-0eneral Keller, Comt--
back scram thi large-scale movements Indistanhilat w er of the Canadian
12 miles of Its choked freight yards. Tn F as Third Division fighting '
c v oast and NOMS se Wave afe Dr. of heaviet of France, has been wounded i;
bs.....ad +ss- thEihthAirFore rare acionIr'semndD rGeera
gi~ ~ ~Ilef Ite Maulm .fundamental Problems of raw mate" a rehtlm hrou lgh tfshetcear- smies aslmlOeT niiaedim-K.?iler had five promotions
States that Polish an(left to right) Sir Robert Robinson, member of tIkeColonia teleadlghtfihter-bobesr ineadthoMohve ,00To r hiatppdcesntyrceivdthe waComman H r- I
th Army sent Products Research Council, Professor John L. Simlonsen. the fightingfoth andcbreadthpofrtho centyrecevedthe F" Cos mpire from urpr se riv
j river,- seizing Council's Director of Research. and Dr. Al0ander King, Dihretor the ground forces, especially in the Gdrmans Kinf Geore It had been ro- -
,.Nau~snlo, Mon.. of the British Centrai dm-wiq~lle office && WwAiu on. This e...................... DUATER LLED zXP9rIOAR
E5"^'1tna Fldo *r ^*"MthII advance north of Le Mans. panted earlier that Rhigh- SUPREME HFADQUARTARS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY,
,Ioand Put-.creep of "IDitsluhed British sceintistsAarrived b e Thlo t T l- Up to Boo heavies smashed at fuel ranking Canadian officer wo 4 OCAg 1(F-rmtesytr-lae emn dac
hallfway between dayn= leave today for British Gullans. By W. W. HERCHER FORCE, Aug. I1 A,-Prom the syster.cloaed Le Man. advanc.*l
on he n t hd-umlpss- -atie tits ..o. Fl,~orentine, "75 miles ONO. Ag 1(A -e-injured when American born-'
1nt, Pessre, where I southeast of Paris and railway LONDONB A. I (AP)-lOn. cbrg dropped bombs short of assault base, an American armoured force foaht its way north to- ,
the Adriatic end yards at Mulhouse and Belfort in tral Maslennikov's Third Bli their targets in Normandy %ards Alencon, 33 miles south of Canadian attacked Falatse In ,
Line re bel Distig shed ScientistsAlsace-Lorrane and three Arfeld Army smashed 15 miles through and it i now dislod that It
anrd havy rains ,T shen vi scondit o, Perni.n the rnGErstonia 0-m, e was Geniral K- ller. daring new threat to trap the whole of r the herran cenlrad I
K the entire l '-ll Here On thsearc Tour Portresses and Liberatore flew to capturing the key Junction of t- omery f.Rob.rt Barr,. BBC con,.pon. + -oseve'" ---W
S S, et, and thunder- the Franco-German border to cas- Petser, i, on effort to annihilate dent, Reuter reports. says that Roosevelt Pay
htlhtl resulted In code explosives on freight ykrds at +possibly 300,000 Nazi troops trapped o tom r th, kmericqn armoured column
1"t. A thrbe-man committee of d:stlnguished British scientists on & Saarbrucken and Strasbourg and & In Estonia and Latvia. thdrire from Ln o fMane ras therest-
of the Italian research tur in the Caribbean arrived in Trinidad last Thursday. fuel, dtpthrnttethtteritnterTeMsromm iqnF -n "
0% Allied communique weather was favourable to bomblii.g nounced the capture of 2'00 cle-Calls.o ~ttrp heGrp rnsi
p~ar~tant Change. Car- At a Press conference yesterday+ - -- with the results reported glood to ties by Maslennilkov's armyv, whose Normandylik e v2t0fGer s di 191e-
th at east o f .or- afternoon at Governm ent House ---excellent resume ed o ffe si , lo s es h Vr o n. O n Aa n
have pushed to where they were guests. they dis- Churchill Pays First Berlin raSdlo claimed that Amer- with operations by the threOn AleutVi usund
aof the road and closed Interest in sugar, petroleum rnbmbr ai1gStal 9gt.ote ove rmenhl- ayl~aebond ted bl i e r i-Onad south __t
tis oft ont were especand lyoconuterncsed ,wthatte Visit To It-alian Front day "directly hit" the city's an- ringed two Nazi northern armWe --- Cen Te isane et-e
noted then w elonrn wcnt cathedral.and are attemrtlng to pull off & GENERAL MONTGOMERY',VA of aNORMAN .L .
acuated the wholeknewrIndustries lpd by-products in ROME, Aug.ll1 (AP)-Alled Marauders and Havoc# of the i"Baltle Stalingrad" at Peterl. HEADQUARTERS, FRANCE Coen and Te Mans is about AS
have taken UP so far &3 these may be developed Headouarters announced today Ninth Air Force flew to both ends IReuter Eava Red Army Aul. 11 Reuter -- General Sir mt ith snd-M r.thNaewn rs k ALEU IAN A%. A5.
Aoten uikit rop av mshdte e-B.-rnard Montgomery, commander raArmytowards prev.itnq te outh aIonR ths I, Aug. 3 (delayed)--M. rs
BW motern tlr and' Industrialled in the Carilb. that Mr. Winston Churchill, of the German lines, plastering an troops have smashed the Oer- 'Ilid Montg o res, c narad tr theAmerican
w, Berlin ays, has bean. the British Prime Minister, had ammunition dump in the forest of man defence on a 40-tulle le.ldGu Frs aplstS pai it td ands
to therh the~ GrudF rces, in q nIth Barreri tros D oaev ad haAlu4
,ter todeprbe < thef The committee, headed by Pro- arrived in Italy, but he pur : Deroumare east of Rouen and a front west and southwest of message t, officers and men In rinJudgingrbythe resofsth at he a me t tod and fi?
.. sal for dro.Ing femor John L. SimonsenDirec- Pose or length of his stay r fuel dp in the F t o De- P-kov. They have flun the Allied armies In France, to- advances in Normandy, thte wasthre had seedn
Systinematically. Berlin fulhdipsn heForstof e-eskhaTdyh seenn.th
hat the only shells orof Reserch, Colonial Product malnedundsclosed. It was the ontrchard, east of Tours. Ormans out of 20 tow and day saw complete victory ahead, latest threat leaves the ermans It was the President's fit trst
on Florence are Rsearch Council, includes Sir imetMinister's first vAlt to Another force of Marauders hit villages. ireludine one ipre In and that quickly, and upged them wihtochoices either to tay to the Aleut~a1u made on his finS,
t Allied guns have Robert Robinsn.,member of the temporaryy bridges over the Spin( Fston!a, 25 miles west of to continue the batte with re- put an be encircled or draw out Pacific travelling of the war.
Colonial Products' Research Coun- ------- ... ,- -- at Oluel. Two.'planes were lost P. kov nevked and ever greater energy, and let the Allies widen their eame by warship, by way of!NoI
bo.lnd southeast of aCI, and Dr. Alexander KingS In the medium operation. North and northeast of "At this time of kreat opportu- whole position eastwards. To draw lulu. f
adorcenhave ocou- Director of te BritWsh Central i So effective was the aerial cam- Warsaw the Russians captured nl|.y I feel I want to spek to the ...... mr. Roosevelt praised memTbcr
I'iSS6-*!*"^ b Cieil OBC0 at Washington, paign to blast the link between 100 more places and further officers and men of the Allkd Ro the armedtorc whopartmt.
on" t "h* ,d + Da h A I ,, the German front and their sup. forth they have thrown the Armies in pran-e. We are a great Americana Reported At pote In the Aleu-ian ciwmpalin
Prank Oillard, They leave today for British o4 l Py reinforcement pools that th- Germans out of 150 towns and team-Americans, Brititsh, Cana- Outskirts of Pari and construction programme,
Ir, 0abled today that Guiana from where they expect Quashed I1 air forces are launching out to villa,!en northwest and north dians and a'so so.dlers of fight- usrs ard they had driven out the ne
Bi^'SJ'i-, t, stiI. to return her'.e early next week. Murder Ap l batter similar objectives In dis- of Btalvstok. ing France and Poland-all knit NEW YORK. Aug. 11 (AP and had built new military uul
AU/ed-held port of Professor Simonsen stated at the tant places. A staff officer said the In Warsaw Itself. Pollsh together into one fighting ms- Ed Haaker, NBC. reporter, naval Air brens on the once rmBilt
Was are not shelling press couference that the comn- ur e Appeal Germans are "practically trapped troops are still trimly resist- chine and all worklng for one broadcasting from London. mld h'I'd barren tWinds t I an lncro
Ey*^-, mlttes hoped during their visit --.-- from behind.' The enemy is ren- ing strong German a,.ticks. plan. tonight he had learned on be a t t uns o
Shee to etablish contact with the Death sentences d on I dered incapable of speedy move- In southern Poland Soviet "We have been through some authority that the American ,At the Aleutian base.t, e
various oftfal, lnstitutlons and urat Ma t rod. RamouWr ment by the air arm and if the troops have fought to extend difficult Umes since "D-Uay" end drive in France was carried _.na by Vice-Admural Frank Jd
iiert viuals interested In sclenttlo RiuJattlm when Ban Fernando Allies clo-e the trap between thetgl*ir bridgehead across the on occasions good patknce andi allt.hewavto'eo kPletcher. Commander of the NeC
Srtewh and hoped to vaist certain AsIy Court Jury found them south and north it is hard to ee Vlstula,11 confidence was necessary it we pars .... .......io Pactic. the President mode s tat
i. 11 *Accota wher r-arhla Inegm-o the murder of amdaith how 14ty could back out ftribo lter south In Latvia, on- were not to foater. When the W __ (telandl itrufte~n e x
K ec tn into chesll of St the April .-4 Lm, Wlr* auto.- cape.', The a"ff oflteer other Rusas n army, advancing on *1e ws tn )t 'ttt lc]l . ......." 1. "" Im ,ft a^ |
Siriia er BAtM isIt, ROItWM8 dic o f e d, t "Eina^tlt Appetaly wien etohsroof fo dis. southe^"'""'a nn ast reof the Lat20vian cait~h .~ to o0, Imould be well Am,1"-T rtll n e re-" wit h rl a n Altonal Inlunc
E^^ 1by- products. lac oT ^ s " ,f .net S r~ 'tle* T t m S~ e *~ iot f rtn I^ outa In ens ^ re^ Wis..V ^ m
M~te o e tallb~ ^ chConcla od ao n*ew run restn h) e Isto>. ryi5.ng atoc, wloth LNDN Ag 1-10 -Ruer h as nto whethe r we ca*d aft --_*" ___*S' to)f llt.fwh wt-
|t.Geaa ReABIC as er oprv PROLEM Of'* CriminalfApa niwitn'olst hstop rm ds otes of theoLatvien capital, ?w11. tlle "" OButayouarend I hadgthingetheylhaIvManywaundbeds of-town abd^'u^Wy.mft ww stA l e~tthl to'r *f BW
Ftttr E ll I mi prps of theneAnlAmranCibe Caom-waw. )dg e~untt quihf ^fe*&lrnl^ht^nt^ "t caort tco noe dout s-note have.b-e lber a nted t* do knoin g full wel Amrc wit an A" ka" t* WT h of main purpoth of t heh n ton- c e nt oence Blvenb t.ic r-cltion onl "t ra l;vard8 to the north anM o scow did not mention the ,o dou t -o t oa ewhnt forces will be able to pur- The President made nprow
We ground athat materialwites ofdis" ;aUt The Germans are fvtttd trogresof the First Itir Arm,)"W. knew that so long as we sue them. To great unts ona drawawftsninfo wrmal lunc
toi~hertn discus R ert~ prob lems o f. t resied In the, evidence h of theen circled means steady destruction the enlisted m tenW N&during
Senow sn Mere- tafem fude n tas a o f principal wtnf ,he 'f? o -stated I great distance away. Riga on the south. and today Ra 1 is well, What a by air bombardment. by artillery Inspection torr.
eter foraw materials research with &pd tio who go on fo "le ou S eliate pocs ofpeel- change has come about in the column drove u and tHe said he theideedo


fit* ill e toanw "> viwpoit. P~tleaand he 4 (lh~lu hae ben co~lder<; ..., -"*" ,f^^n ^ ^ 5 i~h~ "reand by elor F ou ndato nthe reference to collaboration And to w o ve b iiting state. Wt arerrlntotwhsw el e alntepo ss o.NaiFi gh e n t lylist few weeks. All of Cherbourg tacsttackso]he of the Unitedwak fth M ntwe nt 8tkaty 0 pld ennul I I ur hads ad ovheUitdrtaeopuropl
arese to r eru p er- AReuter frot temaSovit Pressure p a l so east captured trrsoners -id end predicted that manysld
ClnaPrdcsRsac om by 'His HonoUr, Mr.' K. Vin.ent- Ru. eot httl ]' tmSve rsue most of Brittany .l. Our armties Field-Marshal yon Kluge has or. and sailors, would find new t


Mtoin in pee blef o h trinth e devlo pmenl r odut eearl parti- Brw ,the! tor ial Ju de.veniio n gR A Lanca sternds obtaau lneo, th oco -thm wllntge w y. T e w r rlaaan pn onryIhemr ndm rael*"**:
l with theo the trt ju the Cevenin a anda oainedre movne lrntleslyc ndI swft- tdebd a Taeral retreat Bw.t from In Aleaska ifter the war. He Si
MIr p. lc. dsrepanceandl that oumn te Crberesults En attacksnwitc LONDON, Aug. I1 :Reuter)-sThe ly into France. the Nond ma:pk engaged In the vra st that Alaska had territro.f gi
t otoad b erh comnil, on y aeirPetron behalfoftheconvicted 12,00Pe-pwastdera y on.ction rt "statne- teoru ac th effor to wape oft Whis pn'-
WI y,^ from Bcreated last year to provide the Germans ar ve (llttL effor e. c ounteyany hfdrces ot hav a nd eo -mie a ngle ther. n bne1111 libresed inh
Ofo dulw teelth e A m i can Ltd. "o n t new h a ben butil e differ. .n inow t U-boat pes fo O a o e sit
P o th ner nlo-and CaIeribean Colmege otttentlonout to lli n t Baordt effortsshne Ier. the th emmedate pull-out par of any aettlereII
111"1'109e t nit;minion with technicalandIlen. ence In evidence glvendb l- e A nd Brdm the y r soviet prenure on their Eayst PrU- Prisonersctaken Are well over indication that a efUl with- The President dld not dsAOculs
A" Wnd*te advice on mAg trs ccnuerntne titular Crown witness and sate- FrenalctAty nta coast. 11l re'sis defenses. Moscow manages thle 100,000and gret quantities Of drawal was possible. specf OF warD Ala, for ths or I.


orga~nisd t d f h o ctrd a l an eonmcavne et thee hotadgivect eiously totaxes bombe hd' flyng bom afteroon o amidthat thec G ieras enermy eupnthe n warte enrlOarInalyli itn theatrnd Not- her did Cmm
I wel as otha hert othese Isands, A I futhe Police and asked thea I w tt o aunch stingtes. Altogether are tiowing in wtthe term aerials have been captured or out fromheal a



wel a s oe the mani of thIeseo isCUlandos.cs wee h cnvction otin 1,600 Aomerican and art anle ins fof thecton ons Pthsea adetrnoa aiisad red t.ionaln poltica CS-SK
elUth. Inoludlng Sir Robert Robinson stressed s e Qthat sthe d wuthado fu- to and Ari ca and rs tremendous forces of andestroyed under the cloak of a ience which In which he was theo natma
Prprl iec hejr a o o sh heavy bombers have been infantry, backed up by mo13W NAZIS IN BIAD WAY kept the Germans guessing which demtocratic nominee for a
rod pulic tet that as A bod y h er th ei operation today..] artillery aed bombers and fighters And, b-aIn fc.Gemaneogrer-ttackwih tman feintbnandnchadothr Ucubl termi



s~etaf get Sir Pran om mittee h adne cessariquy tod conC-r ceviddence- Ofls thnate WA0da hy ae o' r l nttl tiste. e r Ti Aklain tatdhouldng W 'nMOwica- ff f
S Mid thatfChinesertn have beenr threat Wd tha t t ile OilSt o e Dt t onasecory b of thefront aressred eviedenctherman t thte sinnorth -outpunch.Onecolumne ratdrete fueplAl a nt whcs in witeh tt he b
r forh Develop. fine itselfoithin thescopenofhthe evidence wasrof such J nature thata CO sixemilesewide.ManyrofthesetwestEurope aereina badwayWeothe Parts ron ad r towardcharresU xecutve- except



Sj In t~ hareg t prlcou noermttc, dsoialgned to echv n r Jsieti Oalnan Atlantic_ Cos Hit_____ tI the Navy Auutbi mdt 7oSln~dtl~~yBi^*
IWill be leaving lcel viewpoint. Poltics and the;It should have been considered Aroops have been brought in fresh are round behind them in many and another Is reported hltnut commandant and the Army o
t"for Barbadlos where other reasons that mighlt well re- Prejudicial to the accused. L-ONDON, Aug. 11 (Reuter)-- from Germany, Italy and Norway. places And It is possible that some east on the Chateaudun road to. COmimander--were enlisted SnU
a week before Pro-ntrain the development of a patti- The Court, giving its decision, RA.F, Lancaters and Halifaxes Paul Winterton the MOSCOW ao.h~m will not set away. They ward Orleans and open country In eadilors and marines L
Antigua whence he cular industry, otherwise e feasible, found that the judgewan careful last night bombed oil storage de- correspondent of the London will fight hard to avoid disaster. the9gap between the Seine and A propertonate number o f
y. were otieteto draw the jury's attention to the pos at Bordeaux and La Patflee "News Chronicle" In &tCable to Thrat we know, .a 00llwas6Mixed7throughout
'olay. e Health sn. rpepofte indiscrepaniesnand that his sum- on the French Atantic coast as thenB.BC says In :)itetof these But Idt us, s on g a s e re te e t hal




| m T itee s vr one make then U.S.~a Prisjntr TeOn~h.ni~^ PAC 1,S ^ C^OL. i. I :::bill.
i c Healtuiy The committ ee on their return avy nupin cer tn respects was well as the railway junction at Stn fr" a ak the effort to wipe off this powerful -- I
AllInda Iniute fom t ish Guiana plan to visit more favourable to the appellants Dijon. Bordeaux and La Pillne e Germans to far have failed 10re- German force. It has caused us no gram
Pulc eltthe Trjrht~d Iraehchb, Ltd. than It need have been. but are now the only bases for Ger- gain lany of their lost positions on little 4rouble duri : the last two
Post six Years, plant and the Imperial College of though Pointing out the conl're- man submarines for patrolling -in the Fast Prussian border. The months. Let us finish with it WIN THE WARt ASSOCIATION
eaM41 to the Tropical Agriculture. dictions yet he had failed PURI- the Atlantic from the Say of B13- enemk attacks, Winterton says, )rnce and for all and so hasten the
Indi from India. _clently to stress the materiality ecoy coast. :re being made northwest of the end of the war, OF TRIlNIDAD AND TO)BAGO
AdGuardian'; of these contradictions.,ri ghter bombers had one of town of Mariampol which ,les "Acrcas the water in England.
Yesterd the at hi nes Ret was further held thattit was their bea t days destroying and southwest of Kovno and some 24 the Starting point for this gtcat Heldluo terM,
get Men with sufftCi nee euls not a case where the conviction a hooting up 50 locomotives angdoda Miles east of the East Prtniir) adventure, our families and friendA 19, St. Vincent lStreet,
fpp o, r.tanig,, S apT r sth.ould be u," y.itou fur-thousand rail ooaches and gosborder. Here the Germans have are playing their part and they Port-01-4iplL
e*Wtremly m lrt o UN O, Au. 11*1 (AP).-be serve thy e-trial, tWoops were passeing erried over the lhept two dayst heyL.-hve l nost _r e n r tis toe.t-e.. We are T--




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I nm rom wwd -a erl dw.lne, m r. fl o. ^^ ^ l^ ^ ^ ,mAK I WRAXO Af llw at m {M to Or A f * 1 .G.................................... -y;*
o ............ '.....
Sthe d- w ith aro inIuratIThe reoltelling IAAoguseto-hwes Waofve loan as to thso IsD.u.......-.........e.R.e..n..s....tI-
1b"MNh oI taol of V,141M. Mr. XL 0. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ -< pbesiis^ sosvsss ofl~ iw~m theprducting rruk ieen[ ofr Agriculture. disclossiM ig&=n t Ini^ Oovenamrt poley teowrds entraatte of po W. the aBIIe.ro..... i'g
4 ----wt--- -- -ntoo e-i cwI j ,1 her deonr"I ett if t ha beo aolinH treated woH W*| No Sag IPN
#4B W t 5hle > 04nn.t i j^ ^ ^ H Cmttr r^.^..a of n.. .e^ -and 119. *,- 1 MO . .... ................................ g
wwt. w. into vim ZZnalmu'si36da ......... ............ ....
ftept eowU thho&*_ eowhichtmcontinue torgivet ayIn rC we.urotat ounor h, ad ,,n*
oMimtrduot.d Miei" i vllinOl ate or0Zo00t f e i l- po3ly of eOftc repnet o Iamunicipal bodleIf 4 f 10r e t i. ................ troe n dte t wrn I
caI' K S vl e land ettement w M fttfuatfaunc thei li rend offuet oef liveM w fB the b--
oreded ~$&774- tile Di=twdbckmd that bour form beetgo .Mweieflesere~
P IS n 12: cocoa estaotallingas acres o of1V a e 0SHE SIP IRR PD
$6$NOW n had bteenatoued ari t Matelotvn, 1 m NRAL S,_PPLES Uo, t
I with olaro, Cumara and Caura at a 7%0 resoluti o *also d iracy and to t majority Ip a"lio nO am 001 H: E3 RNRVI
-ot of ,634,.4,. Amount *pent !C, ito the hnL24 ofoWvernument; *V TW *
O~~tfr 4, t sdi-on eelpet works or aadmnt to reconsawer Its deeligo in civil.- You minnt utak at'esom V%#a a
tO 2000 ttomlentsheM "adI0. .w7. regard to rmune7ttl"l rpdnmthtcn racv Int one breath and In a
and on the aeltleniditatore had Thnn utoA. I. Cbh Lartile, O S b. aioI B-a i nrdule n bUrIca e. I Mnt on- HAtnw Deftmwwn a.de,
d011 310 tong been "a consIderable lficreaseIn Attog-J!*momal Of Grenada NW oiWlUImonand th eBu C i-that this Council should tell .. (-
,1 to e n the produce ivstion f truck garden Adi stee to tle G ov 0erne.#o inte. iwrnm t wte re not satiod 1 met y e 'Imm,
we tonser crw and o tler vegetables for &- m w Fruay whin the Ww ae's luttio with the P home consumption n and for sale." .r W 1"d o a e i t* f O of Fe rua y 1 InP Whc aE rS t i Co1 cir1a l 'M Pitt.1|
|"V^ ^ ------Matters"" mae at a. meein Conilo Dr aidT smE

eBotate closed, hMade avallaen to agricultural 1eiT houLOfen1 accommodation e o previs- SeconUD lieiiIM t.,motion..r t o
ar ow nproduction. clEx- lelawa 10,0,rer- We"st lfadhaColonies he"e, day, Was forwarded to Governmoiot ofthresolutton. decared ha 0es1 wand bto


.,while e illoffbyninincreaseo of190012.22__ ____ ston$5, 0and that the prsn rbea fnoem Is 101 -
'f42 to hrto uchm out of thDs were receiving conttant andthe Councive at- "I am supporting motion" Ta

/ 'enteaf o t he as, btae en |A cr-es _. ._ PlalJ for the extension of the tension. With a view to r01tevinR said ouncfilor Ralph Mentor, "be"- --- --- L,ril
resenttHeedly hiMa&

t Depressing sugar e overturn ur- frblIal ae.e represetlo n Buan the ao, hre mid F ovrnt oe r a Eo AT WHAT Ol O T\AN *'
eona or o aaian Mird provisions, and 1272l to tie wet, to the Planning and HoulniComlS-e told In the plant pab lan N

Mt ean and rie within the cane shous the Immigration Office, have sign has already erected 2aa houses ufare that we are not ntialed and LIE IFO.h. s:a
1 ,sal of contllued or a o u S o a 1, 1 fore by Government, and on land t Mn Rep the m- that, at Council, we deel we are
Canesfor rc and 22,000 tons The Director discloses work on tnt rouct expected to ority ben let tooeon former bein a nubbed. It not ight that u a u n r


dni ,c for earta," s r u -va a ,rt early next year, the "Trial. Iv Uvini In 8an Pernando; and an important local Government . -- e).o...B* t.5 .t^, t--d ELEC/TRIC L"
an are canas-plstandting AN FvestgiAN for rehu 10-Na- Declt io to extend e Comp- the erection f th year of more Councl has a reputation for tt a
tdrn of tha cocoa indus t The -Amen that Government is aware of the ng with matters a nthe Col .
Sion ofaeaocoltivationdust he asawhole.WOOS=
are Incaco ultvatcohedis-To M ove hardship which the shortage of ImiAs AluW 9 1,i was

l adyprov OnT closed, had fallen to 160.t000 acres ration Oe. w made un- also be rented to periaona vins icra- Government. I oe not anl- dM. ao- J- r an |
onmdthea r plants e when the tchoo f 0eope Ine-c dto was felt that oa n r stando.t and active at- I amee sye to eye. p but i the relmoti a e vi sta. a TT
hle aubldy was tmber aer the hoeAcdayPl, the ans the work of the extension of the tentwould beWith a view to relievdihwng said Cn e ouncillor RalphM ent or. "be- -
t, acoly interrelated with that otof the ever,"Comptroller of Cu. the letter continued, "that cuse I feel Government ughas beent to L v prompt r. bu
Conditions fr tahnerultur e ofe M te ousto and Bxct-Vie westto the Planning and Housing Commis- be told In the Plainest possi blerd EAT WHAT 'YOU ONE and TWO-BURNER.

S aties ano the cures anah ia nMired st house the migration office, ha of additional ready erecteand 265that those co-orthat we are non but steem aIOL u mu or to

Mt t b thelm prove 2 t3 acres. trome l ndInie, shortage of eaentlsl benlding though we must change dur policysa,ate M I>d-, s .,uth, e an .--- *
by rea nd om of controe se edd otbeen approved by Government, Anddon latei nds at Mon Repos Ithe conma- ithf we wat, as a Council, we type ofl reLIK I .
r tre of ntdtirolled p-Fnor South, .ehur' work on the project is expetetoJority being let to personsormer- being snubbed. It Is not right that Iyouarea "ea" of r nsissant

S o er sta oearlynext yw explaar the "Trinied, v living in San over which theando and an important local Government recognition we ought to receive." soeuoSafrad food

1 to t,6 Benham repo rt Ti W er, B.ar A., who re not involve transfer of a mmygra- hay no.control, hat necessarily re- bouncillor the Hsn'ble Roy c--.n.otta ofAhOOLataken bRAMOP ONEL ECTRIC
nacr below that of a lilng SAN FERNANDO, ur. 10-Na- Decisiton to extend the Comp the erection this yogrear of th22 more Council has a reputation for al- a merv0" will enable u t A Jus t
y, Mr. Wiliamssttes thatparbly m.a Girl' High School will trollerOffice to house the Inmm- houss which, that members had all expr eo -aOise I t, Weni wit t C 4 lnaJftt I-
N p A ncentive to have a new assistant istressratlon Office was made, it keis ASo be rented to persond part s O urpre at the attitude oflivngin tral Govern. talent. It does not al- as alt t y a .
I t h a o d e Pr wanted women n the Canadian MSep-on thos branch, which was reenlt that San Fernandolu. ws see eyeI am to tohe mye bu t the rela- co tao ALn t absorb the aics ,t a
which subsidy was as the work of this branch was "Itwouldbe appreciated, how- tion between this Councileandtheofadd8lFaveden thektomachH t t

4t cla of r w a id oe yers fro. id s u, here oy Mr. R. Ashton, until re- ferene to ction 1 of the m melted that ar a h could e t r t r .
3.113 acres for a sa "Trinidad Guardian" learnt today. couely Interrelat ed with that of the ever," thane letter contuinueg Ordinancentral Government ha s b doing everythn A TIpromp but
and1,07ahem., as farmers' customs and Excise Department, the problem Is not one of erection happy one. We have always offered graduarslly t"-stblish## aa tnai. bllt
Estatesplne 243 acres Sh sMsfrlrdMthwomti offices should be as close As of additional houses, and that the co-operation but it seems" Asl1VZ L a thu much oupslloc to bli

Sebetnni fg and4acres aaa a Iseend of r e ible Chnchen, who was econd- rhapter 7, No 2 and to a ing that to take away from local bodi ticy arboaste ofoda, bismuth, magnesia '
the close of the subsiY or t n fd to Trusingdad romf the Immigration materials and view of their war-time csions of thi w prestige and privto leget that type of re- ~b lki.i" which ,
uF-ODv a- ent month. rMots. Office there. It was explained, secwdtion. over which the Govnsidered nece ni- tiong enjoyed.ught to receive." --- Paffom"Wsobnt
Ju Itoaorfaces se Also expected from Canada Ispnotiinvolve transfch wth the Cof Immigra- has n o control, has necessarily re- Councillor thDr. E. Lee, though mme a ALOCOLatoea
muchW a reordbelow that of a Mis oo Wer A l htv .lonmatter s to the Comptroller of ar should bthe reprogress on the housPlan-g .Jpportineph, Deputy Mayor, observe Lwt toublwill It e

nema yearin wOe v oectoeable eon sThro duti ao n ir ls ad estlon Of Goermmenti n"ig and Housing Commlrtoon," the view that the Council waa, | | l G R AMH
stated, will be assigned to evan. Customs and Excise. It is the in- scheme. that members bad all expressed- a BUT NOabstm y

ggpcla ationosvegetable ofroGodernment to ke1ep .'As regardsnt the Seconad partf of stingrtie at foheaattitu te ofGvrn- |tned LoIY I lUv l'
plal ion and corn with the home t n In the Canadian Mission thier s branch, which was recently set the re solution. I am to invite re- ment to thGovernment having re c s a e o e
th close of the year was intimaedfld, up here oy Mr. R. Ashton, until re- ference to section 5 42) of the Slum mented that as-far as he could see kt Amlslas's or ditreft amw 58 Freederick St. T 'hane

den and allotment effort patei- Goenels ongyt n'ounced en- building on lands near the Cus-learance and Housing Ordinance. Government was doing everything &UTC, LTD
30 Acres for farmers." Miss Elms, Inman. of eto .ere HomesMr F. Chinchen, who was second- Chapter 7, No. 2. and to Say that, to take away from local bodies theliNol..m TrItld4

FD T ofor Girlssn improvtinPr ries o rc tn Trinidad from the HioM in view of the o N TOreprovisions of this irestlg n reeivlengested
FOOD OUTPVT UP ~for her Is Miss Bernice Moats. omcle for this purpose, as an inde- section. It Is not considered neces- long ejoed. piiee hyhd&c
As regards food production Mr. o t pendentbranch with the Commi-ro sr thtq the Borough Council Councillor Dr. Lee, though
nilamsber of malleords "a d eided Ti- One Lettorder draticall stoner of Police as Chief io Mmigra-h he soul d e on the Plan- supportaing thoe resolution x reed
ptvteme w iven by the Irriaoduc tion tal poal faculties. Printed busl- -n able rHousing Commission." the view that the Counci wa. s
neall claseof vegetables, ground epart h nes cirularo ampt he Reich At present the ireolutlommigration Of- ,wasting time in forwarding the re- Lovely to look at
provision and corn with the home LONDON. Aig.r 11(Reuterr ith e is housed in an improvised 0CAN'IcoURTESY solution to Government having re-
entand allotment efforts prti-obels tonight announced building on lands near the on February areduting off the debate Councit an open doorl- e ard to the reply the Council Wyou from
l oy marked." other ba t h ofdi e ons a.els a part tom. lserted, h o o I m e an ses
Much assistance In Improving oU n'ti oertaut drie teeore Until the oitbreal of war the r tafor expressed disappoint-y to recive a
wnork on the scheme tor Irrngag of ntterm a drv throughout the orol ment at the tone of the lettr that they should form themselves U O T
a r c r er nt The reply to the resolution la that p llyour heartache. "y play saf?
O hfOba t0~rda the'O end ot the and telephone calls are forbidden MOSCOW Auautt It IAP>- according to a certain section ot o a coBecause 7 oat of 10 esns have *
stte sa s give nvbyteIratlaon l pt lman cafivesror nhutetatel the Ordinancil had had never ty e Pason- moad um s bto behenoto
stase wa given Shby p where MtTINe MONDAY apo are desperately n tna and Hon Comson de- eah and 't know iogtef.o thpooi
ineerof the drauls Depart- nt me U cirr ilr the 8sn samples and athe cuted a proamme "That resolution." he Said "W as "I think that in so doing we would ino r
Mit. Th o cer he dscloAs, parceL are banad from the pos t moved on February 10a result be knocking at an open door," be S BAD BREATH een
better cmmencing constructional and there will be n oniy one deli very Gl Kohtantin To Shitar" Pof conitroI which wereunc a dis- asserted. t., way germs and decaying food prdes

Output from the departmentt'' he discied All members are correspondent Ln a second eye-wit-_ernando no_ mstter wht- jt may t whieh ,oulveo t may beothdn cu h
work on the scheme far and irrigardent specially request a day throughoutend ne desptch from a sceee ol Nazlo sthe romluhlvs an t w etae iny
200 acres for rice- g rowing At R tl Certainrror, reported that Ss men ac- Respofnsi peopT th tof0lo n in t I you h rt Vn ot p sa
01u111901 bed towards the end of the and telephone calls are forbidden MOSCOW, Augut It1AP)-- according to a certain section of Beue7 u f 0prsons have bad

thespoeorainvtrgao German captives from SchUts t m hfel theo ordinance whenever teth oro btd.
StheeNart Bwa p where MEETING wONDAY ant d the Gestapo are desperately ning a omucn o ndency -'u- Cy deahn-h healthy and then't know i
ade Datir reports a n JuanantCLs WefNre trying to shift riblityfor sires to take over
b actlowey completed develAssociationi listed to hold an Im- Lublin's "death facrtory"ial where area, It ld s preparedasthen oconer So be carul Use Colgate Dental
.S Planted orn C.M. School at on Monday race extermInaion ainst the seems courtesy right from e portent meeting In the an Juan the Nazis executed a programme of with members of CreIs enetanwaSes
muchted at 330 acres. lent functioning of this body will Konstantin S-monovRdStar- point of view that the Council de-re r away germs andoifoods
Output from the dm apartment' he discussed. All members Are orre d it- siredt to stress was that in n e g ha
experimental farms and gardens, specially requested to attend. ness ndenpt Inroma secnd e-ofNit Fernando. no matter what it may whc-as otbdbetdnyteh
btocWeht in 66,t4.6ofwhichy terorvresportedtchatro eneofNazibe, so long as the lives and wel- sotg
.3 was for milk and eg.,O Uo haVeIac- fare of the people of the town softsgurndoothtog
frut ad vgetble causedd the Gestapo of running A wr fetdi n atr h leaves the teeth thorough!7 and beaut- .



,..3^ WHISKY!. vr~^.AD1^SS5^ ^&^U^
tr u a ofactoryn whie a At of the Council ought to be presented." i s
and $4,434M0 for vegetable plants LIMI1TED TO ltte claimed thi* Iit was worked "There Is too much of a tendency- ..-uu~b fully clean-the gUMS hCalthl and the "J
land seed. at'Srh'utsteafel. Remembering the towards centralization,"be con-
The Directeor reports As having Kharkov trial, which punished Odr- eluded. "Centralisation can be Car. NbreathSwett
besen tactically completed devel- mau~e nwemywa criminal.- by hanging. ned too far and it is a dangerousDO'LEIN GSTN.

. prme n t oretla o e tprisoner lead they hating. There Is too great a9 ten- w ptn h "*
eon at"he Government 8ok r s o m a Tdpenin Of tO buraIOIch. IN NBE
mu~ch larger number of all classes nopranteui orr y nTiia oad ueu

of animals for the Improvent of -Heartrn, ltulence, heVl
livestock rearing in the Colon..due the hE STORE OF DSTIN ION" appy osthior whoram,
Referring to poultry he rt CoreO-- HAVE LONG AWAIT EDr brothers or sonsi to gather together r *
Omere was a reduction in the 6l the wise housewife will see to I%
sultry population at one period W HIiSKY D f-D)AY' I that indigestion does not mar thel

ted. howed later due to in- ple Fr atuehandrrlt of that special little din a HvyultyWhtTowel
Crose pice fr ggsaswel a W tkegreat pesr in announcing the ner, when tempting dishes and)
on improvement in the feed titus- flowingJIwint e stmach.l oara
tins. The number of breedlrg pens iE openijng or htoah
atteGvrmn Sokfr s WISKY I. w6Heartburn, flatulence. heaviness -

to the live-wenlht diputes. n- HIGH 8samih AN FERNAND aom lining. To iult this reduced to 1.30 each; ColouredSo B
mals imported and 1ndpected in. STOeE OFidit DS Ny atr e l gv sot r. tand otherfucmd to 60c. each..
eluded I.0 a"e1, c ,3s ahiep, U 8 o ry I o O lit from stomach pan doctor nThi a an outstanding value); .-
g and ,M4 t. th world over ustand w c omn Wrnt Linen utting at $1.00 per
sAcknowlSaentd made in of US MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1944 stracthd MiiaA. A liet yd.: White Drill at 75c per yd.;
SVeegua inhelp In combating Trlephn 5620 q---- 3S TArTtR Macnsin after mia White Pants Bone B buttons Hymo,l
a outbreak of equine enceohatn- u8 Frst for Best Values in the followin lines:-W acidtl aoo d c-trttatoel Wadding nd a n heavy quality ciges Pric 1Paid
yelttid which ra up a death toll C.O.D. Orders st1 hmuh linemtong and (Ti aw- Domesti are among this week's
igs ad g'MODEtN AND HIGH CLAhe wjdNITo s HOetEHOLD malen healthy dIgeaom. after at S
2EM. C O & S ONS 91 EQCI81TIE CYCLES, HARDWARE, "DRIY GOODS, o r .y..ousew'.if e s houl d1. H Ke n d o. .
I 911MIENTS 45. PRINCE TREET FOOTWEAR. FANCY AND BTAPLKC GOOD. RTC, KTc. I A ate teI al ws a ho SINGH U. Kennedy & Coe p
amn xprmntis maepofrted bMNyYAUUS61, 94 lsurated' MagnesiaApowdery. ht rlla e d
M. tmentsreported I of r~dnt A|Ilt TYU qRCB Rgg .I "taeto) in the lhduie. 01 a q ll'dd'I. Premier Tailors and '
Wilnas are yroundI nuti and e s* aar e TRY US OR CAH OR EAST TERMS. I t'w
COLI .,E IIIIS CCEHADAE DR OD, t tee sawysalti SING8mh--lhoa Win H Ke.ed & o
rw,* -t '-rM 11M^ ^"'' 'sssa^ *^' ^ -- -* --_______Chiaaadaoa. ___ | QUEEN STREET 33, MARINE SQUARE -
-- ---- j YACHTS 1525 I44 IT WON'T BE LONG NOW! ~
IFOR SALE ,Dm1.....
I ealthb Studo ,l.i
"GLOBE TROTTER" (Resitred. .L -
a ~Announces all the LATEST.
27c f. on lf. bea. APPARAUS fr Klot-,-IeWalY U EEl
I"STORMY WEATHER' 'reatnmntsandu Medical Mas';
rIllS. Thsc Iat~ica.Lubal La
Idea fo Fishing. th, te..Stans and San,.. POW ER1 Ni ,I
CCL' Delivery to Neighbouring Pst-Flracture an several een-
illn a sla't Islands Guaranteed. ditega .t the aeint and' "
I/.aPIkY to iFor further information Con- CON5In3'TA1O ~lEE
NEST~~~~~t I~~ERTRAM DUFONTt LI ; I '
Kn stew. Vincent XOD T,"
"hn '"-r: ""Sma i


he IDEAL 4maste
afo .Y- ', -

ofe T h a-- a _.-- wota e t o
y. ,ogetabl a -e t
s oowift ge6t a.


COMPARIA swIFT Dg LVA PLATA r
jr'r mom am* So Yom
Ib&m-.vigo*A f












Sofe Here


pjDown'

140;10mesa,~
BId a deaf ser
for the return
taken away
him know do-
H id not conasder
S per person to
s t record of sonvie-
his of motor traM
iem the year 133
o "Into pm_.ls_
S -ubmInpector Harri,
B te to keep him
a out that he
is and had his
cam0 before In
.60Ia" unsueese-
At renewed In 1MB
to drive. When
Behind the wheel
dorered that be be
Seember 31, 1945.
the magistrate to
to his petition, Pike
sot that he was a
t~ espensbillty'~h i ha
f a fe, two eldren
I otho, and that he
position of not
t reply to this
about 10 per cent of
had trades, but
able to obtain em-
her, there was so
tebe had now that
M boys were asking
idy to work.
from the court was
r i tnd something else
Smotor-cars alone.

JBWar Savings
|In Week
I g Savings Certn-
SOieral Post Office
-Mk ended August 5
I1 of $13,291.20 with the
rWar Association main-
i a buyers by purchas-
F for re-sale at Its
centre throughout
states the In-
,went to port-of-
who, with a
,f S.841.20. are fast
the $900,000 mark;
gh of Ban Fer-
with purchases of
week.
* ll fse weekly analysis
I maide by boroughs
far the week ending
S and suburbs-
S Fernando-4118,-
f 1-414,70. 00: St.
UMJ0; County Car-
a5 8t. Patrick, $198,-
kAndrew/St. David-
!ra/Maaro, $3,733.20;
M O-'0,6.00; 'Toba-
Win the War Asso-


Celebrate
versary
dath benet of $240,
allowed under the
Ordinance, was
ir Mr. W. J. Palmer,
Trinidad Benevo-
bfcclety last Sunday
list Anniversary
Sat Brookland
disclosed that the
a membership
the largest num-
of any friendly
Cash receipts* of
btions accounted
a.d death levies
Benefits paid dur- 1
ted to $4,480.
opened with a
at All Saints'
the Rev. 0. T.
M the close of which I
VWalked in procession 1
Meeting room where b
JWoedby the presi-
INc Jackmon

JA. Report -
WNYear'
LikRety for the Preven-
.71 to Animals
_7.710 last year and
ASO, leaving a $2,678.l
Of 9ceording to a re-
d At thle animal meet-
atY On Thursday,
V the receipts was
Sgrant of $1,400,.7.
sINVptlons totalled
Pk% item of expandl-
5k edtract of accounts
J $1843.9l which went
Oe a inpectors. secre-
mSetors' commission
Mte amounted to


LO

pim


Nb Honour 0. 3. P'. RMchards
Prame Jude of the Windwart
IdINds and Lewards 8aqmoe
Court, who arrlTeb here on Toe.
day frm VeMsM la where he
landed after being. adrift main
days In a sloop aboard whieh he
Wo Iratenfew fr- Ht. LLeU to
Demninesfo a court sitting.


Spain Gets

New Foreign

Minister
MADRID, AUg. 11 (AP)--JOM
Felix Uquerica, 53-year-old Basque
politician and diplomat, was sworn
in today as Foreign Minister of
Spain by Eduardo Aunos, Justice
Minister, at General Franco's sum-
mer resistance at Pasode Eirss.
The new minister arrived at a'an
Sebastian on August 8, from
France where he had been Spanish
Atmassador since April 4, 1939,
and proceeded to pazoda Eiras the
next morning.
One of the high spots of Eque-
rica's career was in June, 1940,
when he acted as Intermediary
betvy v.n the Germans and French
to a range the French armistice.
Born In Bilbao on January 30,
1801, of a wealthy Basque family,
the diplomat was always Identified
ad an extreme conservative for
the monarchist policy. In 1917 he
Joined the Monarchist Party of
Antonio Baura, being listed as a
deputy to the Cortes from To-
ledo.
When Baura formed a govern-
ment in 1920 he appointed Eque-
rica secretary to the -Presidency
Council
Although a Basque, he was
never, Identified with separatist or
nationalist tendencies.
In the Primo de Rivera dicta-
torship which began .in 1923, Eque-
rioa was for some time Sub-Secre-
tary for national economy. It was
during this period he wrote a
number of books and articles on
political subjects. Spanish na-
tionalists say many of his Ideas
served as a model for the pro-
gramme of tho Franco Parliament.
With the arrival of the republic
in 1931, qtuerica retired rom
blic life, spending much of his
e in Pads where the atait of
the civil war found him. He im-
mediately threw in his lot with
Pranco, being rewarded in Sep-
tenber, 1938 by being appointed
mayor of his native Bilbao where
he remained until appointed Am-
banador to France.
RUSSO-VATICAN XM.ATIONS
VATICAN CITY, Aug. 11 (AP)-
Well-informed Vatican sources
said nothing was known eoncern-
ing the report published abroad
th&t Marshal Josef Stalin *had
submitted a proposal for co-ordl-
uated action' between Moscow and
the Vatican on problems. Mgr.
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vice, which is considered reliable,
added that the report was "noth-
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eing spread around concerning a
hypothetical rapprochement be-
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GovtFarm
Improvements

Improvements carried out at tU
Government Far, St. Joseph. un-
dcr a new devenp tB B scheene to
OWire greater- e In livetock
poetry rea were yatay
witnessed by embes of te Aul-
cultural society of Trinidad and
Tobgo who were there on ivita-
ton by Mr. R. 0. WIllanm, Acting
Dreto r of Agrculture, to fatr
temem vs what was being don
In this field.
Mr. A. P. McWilliams, under
whoe direct supervision the oshme
was being conducted, outlined In
detail experiments that were being
made and the excellent work that
was being done there.
Among improvements already
made a the erection of new
building, additions and alterations
to existing structures, construction
of a cow byre for 72 anImals, as
well as six calf boxes, nine mater-
nity boxes, poultry hatchery, rabit-
ry, cart shed, mule pen of six stalls
and feed roam, repairs to dairy
farm, pen and feed room, addition
of three goat runs and an enclos-
ure, and five poultry runs, and also
preparation of 100 acres of pasture
ploughed and graded.
Additional equipment brought i
Includes six new incubators, brood-
era, fittings for cow byres, tractor
and mower and a cane cultivator;
while a milking machine which has
already been ordered down Is ex-
pected to arrive shortly.
Increase in poultry and livestock
recorded includes 108 cows, three
horses, 54 goats. 24 pigs, 64 poul-
try and 147 rabbits.
Prior to the inspection, Mr. R. 0,
Williams outlined briefly what was
already done and what was still
to be done and members also heard
that because of certain of these
Improvements Government was un-
able to decide on the contemplated
removal of the farm until after the
war.
Expressing appreciation of wnat
they were shown during the after-
noon, Mr. Harold Robinson, the
President of the Society, Mr. A. J.
Alexander and Mr. J. J. Trebohan-
singh, on behalf of the other mem-
bers, thanked both the Acting Di-
rector of Agriculture and Mr. Mc-
Williams for the opportunity af-
forded them to witness what they
considered a most interesting dc-
monstratlon.

City Fathers Tour
New Health Centre
City Fathers and members of the
Chamber of Commerce were yes-
terday on tour of the Caribbean
Medical Centre, headquarters ot
the Anglo-U.S. health drive, tak-
ing keen interest in the equipment
and activities.
Showing them over the centre
were Colonel 0. C. Wenger. Uk.
Adviser to the Anglo-American
Commission on the Control of
Venereal Diseaseb, and Dr. S. Hug-
gins, Trinidad Gvernment spe-
cialist.
The visitors saw technlciann at
the centre busy making cheat
examinations and blood tests.
The Chamber of Commerce
members were led by their presi-
dent, Mr. Wilfrid Alitdh
A number of the City Fathers,
led by Major Marcano, took blood
tests.

3 U.S.-Jap Sisters
Guilty Of Treason
DENVERM, COLORADO, Aug. 11
AP)--Three Jpanewme-Amnarlcan
sisters accused of helping two
German prisoners to escape from
an internment camp, were con-
victed by a United States District
Court jur- of conspiracy to com-
mit treason, and were acquitted of
arson charges.
Judge Foser Symes withheld im-
position of sentence which, under
the-law, may not exceed two yearsM
in prison, end $10,000 fine.
If they are convicted for trea-
son the penalty could be death.


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Thel$As Tobago re aid and,
pronounced fit for service, will be
hac on the Trinidad-Tobol run
So next t week, the InformaiUon,
Office announced yesterday.
Normal, ailinp of an "tM
steamers, i interrupted by t nhe rteet
Stbreakdown as the Tobago will Mbe
resumed on Monday August 14, the
Tobgo resuming her previously
enIrt ied things forAngus as
from Tulelify. August 15.
>It s. regretted," adds the a en-
(nunique. "that outstanding reser-
vations for future sainge mustastill
I be regarded as cancelled.
2 1"Applicatieons may now be made
for further reservations which, In
Caritos E. Klasa e, ean of the first place, will be allotted
Mr. N. Khairle, heteald strictly in order of previous book.
ef the NA arl 1 Read C.M. all. but preference will be given to
Seeef and Mrs. Khalrule, left adults and adult orlantstlons.
reesutly for Canada by 'Plae "Passengers without tickets wll,
to jon the R.A.F. not bq, allowed aboard the steamers.
uIn consequence of theo sus-
pension of the sailinp of the
as.. Tobago three Voyages to
I Tobago have been eancelled
Jail rTermnand those persons who had book-
ings on these occasions must natu.
o A ttac rally be given preference over those
who made later bookings. The
questionn of cabin accommoncdation is
O P i m*s very complicated and those
wishing to travel by steamed: to
Tobago should bear In mind the
S- -*- ....very restricted accommodation on
Found guilty of unlawfully these small steamers, which cannot
wounding Lance-corporal Brath- possibly hope to cope with the
walte. two brothers, Williamn De number of people who desire to
Frietas and Edward De Preltas travel between the two islands.',
were each sentenced to six months'
imprisonment by Mr. A. J. HaSnil-
ton in the Second Police Court yes- C T
terday.ancer Treatment
Edward De Freitas was also sen-
tenced to three months' imprison- Facilities Outlined
ment for obstructing the police-s Outlined
man in the execution of his duty t p
and William De Freltas to 30 days The education of the public in
for offering a bribe of $100 to the the benefitsmto be obtained from
police. On sn accusation of fail- the treatment of malignant dis-
ing to list a tyre on returns tot the e ea w ill be one Of tOhe duties of-
Transport Emergency Board, Wit- the Health Education Officer, Gov-
T s EB rd ernment disclosed yesterday in a
liami De Freitas was fined $120 or reply, released through the Infor-
three months. Both men were ac- station Office. to a question asked
quitted on accusations of throw- by Capt. the Hon 'le A. A. Cipriani
ting missiles Through Mr. Gaston on April 12 with respect to treat-
Johnston, K.C, they gave notice meant of cancer and other malig-
of appeal. nant diseases.
Lance-corporal Brathwaite who "All cases of canoer or other
was accused by the brothers of malignant diseases reaching hospi-
unlawfully and maliciously wound- tal while still operable "the
ing them wag acquitted. reply stated," are submit-
Story told by the police was ted to surgical operation. X-ray
that Lance-corporal Brathwaite therapy is available for cases likely
received certain information con- to benefit from such treatment.
cernting tyres which were on Wil- The education of the public in the
l11am De Freitas' car. He saw him benefits to be obtained from the
in the car in St. Vincent Street, treatment of malignant diseases
and he questioned him about the will be one of the duties of the
tyres. Sometime after, he went to Health Education Officer.
his home at San Juan, to '"The upward trend of deaths
make further enquiries, and William from cancer is general throughout
De Frietas offered him $100 and the rivilised world."
told him that he would thr3w Captain Clpr'ini had asked:
away the tyre and nobody would "Having regard to the fact that
know anything about it. Lance- deaths from cancer and other ma-
corporal Brathwaite then arrested ilignant diseases are slowly, but
him and told him he was going quite definitely, on the increase In
to charge him with ofiern:g a this Colony, will Government state
bribe. As he was about to start what steps (if any) have been
a motor-car In which he was taken by the Departmenit of Medl- ,
coming to Port-of-Spal', both) cal Services, or will be taken in -
William and Edward De Frietas the matter?"
started to beat him with pieces of
iron. -W--
William's defence was that
Brathwate had told him that 'o AND MONDAY
duty was paid on the tyre, and The Police Band under the direc-
if he would give him $100 he tlon of Lieut. R. Dennison. will
would take no step" against him. play at the Harbour Canteen on
Brathwalte then began to beat Monday night from 8.15 o'clock.
him and there was an exchange of All servicemen and voluntary work- -
blows between them. era will be welcome.
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War Against Japan Hastens
-wo Its Consummation
W that all organized enemy resist-
S anoe on the Island of Guam had col-
Ispied, the stage appears set for another
betantial aqueese of the few remaining
outer defences guarding the mainland of
apan. Guam was very important so long
T it remand In possession 'of the
e" nemy, for It was the strategic core of
Sthe defence system of the Marianas
"which now has been completely shat-
Urled. This victory, coupled with the
Sliquidation of the enemy force that re-
Smained at Altape In British New Guinea,
considerably strengthens the Allies' posi-
Stion in the central and southwest Pacific
S..wer the fighting has consistently Im-
posed a severe physical strain on the
Americans, Australians and New Zea-
landers. They have gallantly borne the
brunt of the trying ordeal in which the
conditions have often taken a heavier toll
than the actual fighting has done.
Further to the east the Allied forces
I have smashed the Japs' ambitious Burma
and India plan, and are holding tight
until the opportunity comes for an all-
out offensive against the war lords of
STokyo. China, which hopes this day will
not long be delayed, has been much en-
couraged by the Prime Minister's opti-
mistlc view of the situation in the Orient,
though the forces so skilfully led by the
Oenerallismo know full well that the
Japanese butchers, conscious that the
gm tIs up, will spare neither lie nor
prety before their fanaticism leads
them to the Inevitable hari-karl.
It is too early yet to know what the
Snew strategy of the Far East implies. Mr.
Roosevelt met his army and navy chiefs
a t Pearl Harbour this week in a three-
Sday conference which took in the whole
situation, and no doubt the Japs would
be pleased to know more about it. But
they will not be pleased to hear that
America has suspended the building of
small aircraft to enable full concentra-
tin on the large battle 'planes which
Japan has already seen over Tarawa, Na-
gasaki and Formosa. A few days ago
America also announced that her war-
ship building programme was to be re-
.4vised to permit of more aircraft carriers
being laid down. All these things combine
to show that plans for the forthcoming
all-out attack on Japan have reached the
stage where effect can soon be given to
the assurance-to China to end her suf-
ferings, and show the enemy the dust
S she is doomed to bite-as Mr. Churchill
man promised in one of his recent speeches.
There is another feature of the Allies'
N Intentions towards Japan. and that is the
appointment of Admiral Sir Bruce Fraser
I to command the far eastern ftlet. Sir


Bruet li re-a-ded a- toe gnuent uow
of our time, ad .* mwal frm the
eurApan that f opratu to this
new post In tOw or"ie aN 00 MM
that a sgrea c bU re to be offered to
utthe J eapnem a. bn ha m o the Royal
Navy are waltn tor the opportunity to
avenge the tragedy of the'Plnce of Wales
and the Repulsae; though the chal-
lenge ti not lseely to be accepted, Sir
Bruce Fraser ca b be reed upon to seek
out the enemy and. bring him to battle,
possibly in his own waters. Indeed, that
is why he has gone to the Far Baut.
With the co Wrlmmatten of the plan-
ning that has been directed towards
bringing the campaign against the
enemy to a speedy coacluskmn. the great
threat of Japanese conquest of East Asia
will have been namoved for ever, and
Australia, New Zealand, the Indies.
China and India will never again have
cause.to fear the arrogant and barbarous
war lords of Tokyo.


Government Should Publish
Report On Leprosarium
IT is not at all satisfactory to learn from
the reply to a question in the Legis-
lature by the Hon'ble Roy Joseph that
the report on the leprosarium is to be
suppressed. The report came from a com-
mittee appointed to Investigate com-
plaints by inmates of the leper settle-
ment, where disturbances described by
Mr. Joseph as a strike had occurred. The
reason given for its suppression is that
the Government considers publication
unnecessary. Instead the Council is to
get a summary of the committee's re-
commendations, and a statement on the
progress made in implementing them.
The Government is mistaken if it
thinks that withholding unpleasant in-
formation will do any good. It is far more
likely to antagonise public opinion than
a frank statement of conditions and a
promise of improvement. Efforts are be-
ing made to encourage early leprosy
cases to seek treatment. These efforts
will not be frustrated by telling the truth,
but secrecy on the other hand is likely
to impress people that something dread-
ful has been going on, and that Chaca-
chacare is a place to be shunned.
The leprosarium is a public institu-
tion maintained from general revenue,
and the public should know the
worst as well as the best of it.
Why should the disturbances have oc-
curred? What have the inmates com-
plained about? To keep back the details
implies that there is something to con-
ceal, but there should be no concealment
even if the facts are unpalatable. The
Government is not entitled to shelter its
officials from criticism at the public ex-
pense, or send its dirty linen to a secret
laundry. To know the worst will probably
not be as bad as the case which rumour
will make out, now that the Government
has given it free rein by a policy of sup-
pression.
That is the true psychology of the
situation, and we hope those in authority
will recognize the force of it. This
business of not informing the public is
greatly to be deprecated. It is contrary
to enlightened modern practice and the
advice of the Royal Commission, and we
cannot regard the answer given to Mr.
Joseph as final. War-time security can-
not be used as an excuse, nor has any
attempt been made to claim that publi-
cation will jeopardis" the ordinary public
Interests. All the Government can say is
that it does not consider full publicity
essential, but such a conclusion is not to
be accepted. Why is it not essential?
Why was publication of the Onraet re-
port on the Trinidad police not thought
necessary? If the latter is being used as
a precedent, we must say it is a bad pre-
cedent. Mr. Joseph should renew his re-
quest for the leprosarium report to be
given out, and other members of the
Legislative Council should support him.


BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY



SPECIAL INVASION APPEAL


CLOSED ON 31st JULY


We must REDOUBLE OUR EFFORTS,

So much MORE IS NOW NEEDED

to aid and send COMFORTS to the WOUNDED

and PRISONERS OF WAR.


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ANGLICAN PRrSBYTERIAN
AO'YP." Port--oSpain. What CATNEORAL OF TE HOLY TRINITY GREYFRIARS CHURCH OFSCOTI.AN1
a relief to have the siren atop at T .m.. The Hinly uebartI 3.30 a.m., .S3 3a, C onl. Clm Serv'e; 10.45 a.m.
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done long ago. Now If someone Wld S5ermon. Prea.cher: ev. 3. t. M. Robertson. M.A.
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Bernie Hos iotal Tense
A Minw Of Tnrnidod
Th. Nile. ilu~ad Oinrd o i
aims K have been imdent Is
Colony, I have heard, from time to
thim, remerks and read etrdes
Mhat might beconstrued. If 1 ora
eausatruction were panteA such re-
marks and such rtici as faint
c'itslc ^2Of the HaOWtal.
*I must confess that I was gravely 16 %Ra
upset byM t Dnl ,tons. anad "
loast avers nigThts! s eepthrough -
oinover te Tgruesome fact 9
that allmight note as it should
be in an Institution that wb re- a
sonsli e for the medalclwelfare of 6
T other day, all my tears
and tribloations on the subjectewer "41
dispelled by e blindin flash of y ,
wisdom emanating from hr quar- A / |'s .
terms. We are to have, by the inter t
cession of an almost supreme eu-
thority, a medical expert from home N
to inqu Into and solve the prob-
lems anent the alleged unst-sfaec- .
tory conditions in the medical .ser-
vice".
It i postulated that this expert e grafting was a failure and the tree
be highly qualified. It goes without
yn thata man possessing manyx s p outig again t
degree, and having spent hi -pr-
fessional life studying medical rtt
in Itself, untranmmelled by c E
work, is Just the fellow to solve: I -a in M k s Rl i io
problemss which are chiefly admin.,
If, In addition to hishigh pro Compu ry School Subject
never been In the West Indies be- t
fore. or even abroad in a working A staff eerrespondent of "The ceive the teaching of Christian
capacity, which is morebthanylikely, Christian pSem Me t opjlest.s
as these medical bigwigs usually not objec det.',arnt d
function at hoIme he will ie faeto Cusse thes new sh r Mr. Butler is credited with a
be the man to understand condi- to make religious instruction striking personal success in fram-
tiwons na lon li ke thdt eis, l ugt *


Lions in a Colony like this. c ompulsory in shoes. Ing this Bill and steering It through
He will, we are told, working con- Parliament. He repeatedly has un.
Junction with a local committee, Byu FLTR LYNX declined that the classroom is no1
who presumably are at liberty to substitute for a }lace of worship p
tell him exactly what they wish, or The wall of sirens and the explo- or family upbringing In religion, J
nothing at, all. It has not been bug- slon of robot bombs in southern
gested that, in March of Informa- England underscoore how Britain'a But although Mr. Butler has se-
tlon, he should approach the Direc- first major Act of recoWaLruction will cured quite remarkable goodwill v
tor of Medical Services or the Medi- have been shaped to Its very con- for his great measure of reform
cal Superintendent, who may poa- delusion under the fire of battle, there are sowe highly responsible
sibly know something about the The new Education Act's main uarters which are not setting
state of affairs, purpose is to give British children teir. expectations too high as to
We must not, however, expect cur a better, more equitable, and more how these religious provisions will,
highly qualified doctor to be a com. extended schooling. The outstand- work out In practice. C
plete fool. Highly qualified doctors ing problems which have been 1
seldom are. When he has discovered raised centre round the religious E.C. lsbhep Objeets t
I hat both the Colony and the medl- issue of denominational schools. i
cal profession therein are dependent For Britain still has a dual system. For instance, the Church of
on the Colonial Hospital for such with b',th State and churches, as England Bishop of Chtiohester
trifling details as major surgery, well as private bodies, having a voiced a number of apprehensions
radiology, pathology, bacteriology, hand in education, in the House of Lords' debate. He
cardiology, and hospltalisatlon in It in not proposed under the new said, in effect, that compulsory
general, he will then get to the Education Act to separate Church religrlous instruction would not C
roots of the trouble, and State In their control of work without more attentionF
(a)i Dr. A.. who has been In the schools, as did the United States being paid to the qualification of 1
Colony for 55 years, objects to be- three centuries ago. the teacher to give religious in- t
ing superseded by Dr. B., who ar- What the passing of the new struction.E
rived only ten days ago on a Education Act signifies Is a con- e doubted whether there would
Liberty ship. scientlous effort on the part of b a gred het r heereg would
(b) Dr. C., who Is Trinida4lan Church and Stite to seek and pro- be agreement by the regional com-
born and bred, objects to Dr. D., vide an improved knowledge of syllabus. He also doubted whether
who, in the language of the former, Christian religion. y He also doubted whether
"roughs him up." Dr. D., incidental- It is intended that this shall be there would be a form of common
ly. Is Dr. C'a senior officer, and is achieved by making religious In- Christianity without relation to a
occasionally obliged to give him structon compulsory In all schools specific church. In short he sees
orders, He, Dr. D., Is somewhat with instruction to be given through no solution except by ending the
mystified by a aystem which places the medium of a non-denomina- dual *ystem.-tC.S.M.)
him in a position of authority, and tonal syllabus agreed to by region-
at the same tinm forbids him to al committees representing the
exercise such authority in any way Church of England, other religious
whatsoever, especially In the main- denominations, teachers, and local Nazi roo s
tenance of discipline. authorities responsible for the Ts
(c) Dr, B. doesn't like Dr. 's face. schools. A k
(d) Little Johnny Cobblestones. M orale Cracks-Up
whose father is a very Important State A tan e The morale of German troops in
person In this community (the e Se The morale of German troops
Norway h as suk to abysmal depths
managing director of Cheapjack To overcome the problem of the Norwayin the recent military events,
and Co., Ltd), wai kept waiting unequal standard of Church following the reprcent m military events,
two hours for an X-ray. Not only schools, whose poverty or posasble sources to Norwegianaut oiteaslIn
that, he had to sit In the common mismanagement in some cas has oure to ndon. w auhort in
waiting room with a lot of been a serious brake on educa- lon
well, with a lot of other people, tional progress, the State is going Both German officers and men
Our worthy doctor, having duly to make more generous grants are In the grip of depressed indlf-
considered the situation. rens But in return, there will be more terence bordering on apathy in re-
home and compiles a very weighty State supervision and a more dras- gard 4o what is happening on the
report. tic taking over of Church schools different fronts.
Some time later, requiring some which cannot make the necessary Norwegians who have to come In
Wri~tual relief, he makes one of his 'rde
sr alreiit e, he m aes one oets grade contact with German soldiers, say
rare visits to his club, andm s Considerable and not unexpect- that the Germans are no longer
Jones. a bosom friend. Jones, by the ad controversy has raged over careful to avoid criticism of Nazi
way, is rather a big noise in the these issues with denominations leaders, and they openly admit that
Colonial Office, other than the established Church the Germans cannot win the war.
The following conversation en- asking grants higher than 50 to 75 Soldiers who have been to Germnany
Jones: "Hello old bo I've just per cent of the cost, which is the on leave depict the terrible effect
Jones "Hello, old boy. I'vejustimaximum for bringing schools up of Allied air raids.
read yo'ir report, It was pretty to the required standard. "Germany is pure hell oday,"
average tripe." From some quarters, especially theyasay, adding that e "troopsya
Doctor: "Of course It wais, but T Roman Catholic ones, have come the Eastern Front are well off corn-
they did to wri sen me out thing. After all charges that the new Act will pared with those at home."
thJones: "Whay did se me out thewas really the ueeze out the poorer denomlna- Hitler's popularity is gone and
Jones: "What waa really" the 'Mna schools.
trouble. anyway" Ation school, oIt Is very unusual to hear the tra-
Doctor far I could e, Ater an extensive exchange Of ditional greeting, "Hell fitler."
Doctor: "As fare were a lot of cttuld se, views, and especialy by means of This defeatist mood is causing
nothing. There were a lot of petti s frank and constructive tal.t hbe- many Germans to lead a reckless
personal grievances. Everything else e twen Education Minister Richard life, drinking heavily to forget
they were rousting about seemed to Butler and different denomina- bout tomorrow. They have only
have a political rather than a medl- tions, all sections of religious ne dutsire and that is that the war
cal flavour." thought have areed to try out one bsre aod thar that the w
Jones: "But nolitisR are unlv'rsal. the religious clauses of the Bill will soon be over-no matter how.
You cant get away from that fact." The terror of theGestapo 1
Doctor: "Then why blame the as the first tentative step to solu- s tronger than ever, and it rmifns
medical Irofession?" lion of this mmenseproblem to be seen if the people will take
Jones: "I don't know. I'm sure." the British educational set-up. the initiative to cut their agony
Doctor: "Then rIll tell you. Have The Archbishop cf Canterbur short.-("Montreal Star.
you ever heard of 'odium medlcum'? said in a second reading of the
You probably took Latin in school. Bill in the House of Lords, "we----__ --
sI I don't need to translate for you' have In this Bill the framework
It's a psychological complaint which for a living organisatlon of educae. *us '
afflicts the layman, whatever Ps atsonal service offering a much as roop as
social position may be. When he 5s a legislative Act could provide, but
well he roundly abuse doctors and calling for new measure of en-Denmark
hospitals, especially if he gets their thuslasm for the cause of educa- r Ug De m r
sevcsfe.adwhen he is Ill he tion in all its branches, Includ-CKMAu.1 P-
reliSe o? ^ f gious educato." 11% (AP)r--
runs offI to avail himself of their In eiiu dcto. h reDn sh rs evc e
benefits, without prejudice. A Col- S tpre ht1 ro rispse
onial Hospital or any other big Col. Only Set Subjeet through Arain s e adeds
onlal Institution is a mirror of the ward during the last 24 hours.
Colony itself. What's wrong with The British Government has de- Aarhus was mentioned previously
the Colonial Hospital is only what's cided the time has eome for rell. as a transfer point for troops be-
wrong with the island. Why don't glous teaching and, for corporate Ing withdrawn from Denmark.
you send somebody out to tell you acts of worship to be specifically This report could seem to mdi.
what's wrong with Trinidad as a incorporated In school life. In fact. cate that there was a heavy mov-
whole?" rellglous teaching becomes the onlr ment of all available German
Jones; "But we do, Tery often." comsopu.ry subject In the school troops, probably towards Prance.
Doctor: "And what happens?" curriculum. The news agency also reported that
Jones: "Well frankly nothing. I ia thought that this now be- most of northern Jutlend Is now
But I will say this-the colony has comes practical because of "there serving as a training area for very
survived it so far." being happily reached in these young German solders, who should
Doctor: "Yes. they're tough latter days a considerable agree- more properly be called boy aol.
people. K found that out. Let's have ment that every child should re- diers.
a drink." JOHN UNST.
pT-o-Spain. Tomorrow's Church Serviceh
Points From Letters:


For the construction of a Police
itatlon together with detached
1C0.y's Quarters, Oarage and
Pound at the Junction of Saddle
Road and Carmaille Road, Mars-
val.
See Notice in Royal Gaette
dated lath July. 1944. Full parti-
culas as to terms and conditions
if Contract coan be obtained at the
Public V7orks Department. Con-
ractors will be required to give
security of $3,000.00.
Tenders close at noon on ist
August, 1944.
Tenders to be addressed to the
Colonial Secretary, Red House,
Port-of-Spain, marked on the out-
ide of the envelope "Tender for
he construction of a Police Station
Etc., at Maraval."
Dated 17th Ouly 144.


Vaeeetm For



timOoul~y. PM4mo





r be given to applicants between


able, and carry salary of WOO--
V-0U-e--4i,444 per annum, fel-

sens at $701 per annum. In ad-
Utloas temporary war allowance
'- pjysji-.








Appolniniet 'wul be on pro-
AppUiaon fotr two yai in thed first







instance and would be object to
WASing a medical examination.
Appieatloa shoNuld be addr o sedan
ao the Director of Medical mr-
Pant of th4 00oloy. Prtwefleaf
Wi 10 XITen to applicants between






0 and should reach his oce
psta "an whol time MAd penstoo.
able. and earr a salary of -00-





0---ot later than 15th Auaust, 1944.
ly qualified drusgista will coam-




Enc ROL at nnum. In ad-OS,
toActing otemploniary war allowancery
is payable.
Appointment would be on pro-
bation for two year In the first
instance and would be subject to
Passing a medical examination.
Applications should be addressed
to the Director of Medical Ber-
vices and should reach his office
not later than 15th August, 1944t
ERROL 14 des BANT08,
Acting OolonWa Secretary.r


GROW


Mi


ERROL L, DOS SANTOS, ^^^^^ -
Colonial Secretry.

PUBLIC NOTICE

With the approval of the Officer Comn
Combined Local Defence Forces in Trinida
is hereby notified that, effective as
Friday 11th August, 1944, tests of the air
be carried out each Sunday only at 11.0OGl
present daily tests being discontinued.
Authority has also been given for the 'sq
of sirens on Government Vehicles such as
and Ambulances.
The "Air Raid" and "All Clear" sbgna
unchanged, the former a warbling note of h
duration and the latter a steady note of tW"
duration.
ROBERT JOHS
Commissioner IEJ


FOOD CONTROL

NOTICE
CANCELLATION OF IMPORT QUO4
As Canadian Government export arrangemi
tote that the Food Controller be the Sole imps
following items, all Import Quotas Issued t
importers for these Commodities are hereby yH

(1) Poultry Feed.
(2) Bloaters"
(3) Pickled Fish
(a) Mackerel (2) HerringA,
Distribution of shipments received by the FoodGC
will be made to those merchants whose Impo4|
are now cancelled.


Food Control,
7. St. Vincent street
Port-of-pafiln.
August, 1944.


(Sg.) A. H. C.
Acting


VACANT POST.

Farmn Manager, Stock Farm a
Centre, St. Lucia, Windward 1
SAPPLCATIOim re Invited far gn appointment 0
o the tock rum and Dairy Centre to be ebtaltbU
,Windward Islands. The salary of the post Is 300 p
annual Inerements of 20 to 400. Appotntm.JI
mn than thu milsmmn grade should the quaw
ddate JusUtf It. In addition, the holder of tbe e
to tree partly furnished quarters aftt the Dairy oS
ig and subditence allowance of ts0 per annfL.
The Farm Manager will be primarily ,uatd
Ment And maa cement of the Dairy 08nre,
to aem"t with the eUtablimasu t of stud-centre5 n.
Colony, and to give general assistance with ll1 te0
far a his primary duUes permit.


. Candldatee should have practical
Aalmel huraadry. The selected cene
undargo, Oe appointment, a special c
about 4 dustlt s, for whish all


i eJ


Application should be addressed to the BVM
IPM-umt Of Agrlcalture for theW-n wd
hould he aemaeau*@d by cop ite t tmamt *
eppieaut au Mate te aganI whetarva"


Trtbm

Hind Interpre



AppliclotA an* m
Mean st 01
and Ceia l

2.The post is l
the commencI S
rate of $450 a year.S
Increment. of 0S0
land then by fu
eremente of Lte.
$. The succesful
be required -to passi
ticon as to pyslcalM
be required to |ie'
proficiency In Hibli i
4. Applications
dressed to the Coi$
not later than th',
and must be on i
form which can be 4
the Secretarlat.
COCOA S3

It is notified for t
of proprietors of coc
desire to take Immi
tage of the proposal i
ins f f
Ing of areas fot
their cocoa estates tat
ditlons provided In
to the Cocoa Subsidy
Council Paper No. tI,
the last date for the
applications, which w
the supply of rooted
types provided by G(
pagators during next
a been fixed at the
1944.
ERROL L. DOS
04
1st August, 1944.


TENDERS










'TRINIDAD OUADIAN, ATTUORDATY, AUGUST It. 194.


And Secretary


Sm Mr I (Tte) a T yslav Partisan leader and War
i g Peter'os Govern mmet-in-exlle, dictates to his see-
l at B headquarters. She Is the daughter of Ninehie,
Ufln secretary in King rPeter's Gevernment-in-exile and
rmia ropiet. I .ow Bmarriaed to a Partisan.
twr photo).

American Drive For Caen

satens 20 Nazi Divisions
iCONTINUMO FROM PAGS 1)


a( m the capital. Some the surrender of the garrison, the
pes carried an "'un- second call to surrender in three
that advance days. The garrison consists of ele-
Aanetrated both Chartres nmeats of three German divisions
MsedUn, but at S.HA.Ep. and they are said to have refused
Kl official information the demand.
Mi town had yet been The total German prisoners tak-
en by American forces In the paWt
force spread alonV the 24 hours was 1,822.
Sof the Loire verSt. Mal Mad German
l Matns where Nantes a
o are captured and firm- Commander Fights On
r laye United states By WES GALLAGHER
otmne have crossed the WITH THE UNITED STATES
aoiespondents at Su- FIRST ARMY IN FRANCE, Aug.
fijrtero tonight say 11 (AP).- ,St. Malo's mad com-
0 e crossed the river meander, Colonel Andras Von Aul-
II and advanced to a ock fought on today squandering
south of the city. lives In a futile battle despite the
i- good roads run third truce since the siege of the
Ik-to the Atlantic port. citadel began. During the morning
Biscay coast. Nantes VOn Aulock appealed for medical
near the estuary of supplies, parties bearing white flags
ld had a population crossed 200 yards of No Man's land.
war of 200,000. Angers As the American Jeep with sup-
up the river and is a plies drove up to the citadel, a
ed rail centre.] small party appeared at the tun-
stl dome resistance nel, including a medical officer and
ime th bank between these six German orderlies and seven
t nothing yet In real American soldiers who had been
hr the- t extent of the captured now released. All the
| the mileage of the Americans were blindfolded until
-of Le Mans was dti- they caAste out into the sunlight.
'OAsneral Brafdley stuck to They said no doubt the garrison
ct keeping the Germans except for the commander wanted
to give up as the German losses
Srepted that the were frightful, and the wounded lie
M Myon Almenco" everywhere. The wounded are being
t broadast-awltch- attended by nurses and some
attention to this French women consorts of German
threatened 100,000 or officers. After the five-mlnute truce
that this the battle was resumed amid a
wight of the Amert- roar of cannon fire.
lthe Brit* and C
Maeks southward bt Nazi Soldiers
m significance. The
juned~ the seren-wt | apii Merl
Sof Thury-Har Lak Morale
road hub on the IRUN, SPAIN, Aug. 11 (CP)-
suth of ienIn Refugees reaching Spain report
to the Canadinn that German troops remaining on
AssaultInto the coastal cities in southwestern
belrt-TWO -tAOnA France,-have no morale and are
farther up the m, drunk most of the time, selling
ustheatovf St. en very piece of German Armyequip-
ourth bridgeheads ment to buy wine. They wi flee
fourth bridgehe as soon as possible, knowing that
into the T,.-U^- the war Is over for them.
Into atverTq miles They are afraid of the French
lefo ritish Second v iand are sure they would not reach
S'm c botsh Seone Germany alive.
tebackbone of one.
x. main dets see- a ,
hNormandy and Indian Village
41the main switcing ?
snt of the German Excused Taxes
s small riverside resort rNw DEIA Au. 11 (Reuter)
sldonebd by the enemy NEW I, Aug. 11 (Retr).-
NJtt and only 50 A village in northern India has
snipers were left been excused of rates and taxes for
coever the German a whole year because one of its
Residents, Corporal Ntnsingh In
| a army, now disclos- the Indian Army, recently won the
ia mixture of British Victoria Cross. He gained the V. C.
toop uas well aa Can- for great bravery in Burma last
WUp their head-on pres- March. The same of the village
WU r Falalse from the where he lives is Bahadura which
pnt a mile and three means the village of the brave.
Q th of Pontigny. At the --
he east dtank attack Rooevelt's Emissary
V Into Vimont on the Roosevelt's Emissary
h~t mile. southwt Sees The Pope
fightingg is reported VATICAN CITY, Aug. 11 (AP)-
rest peninsula, United His Holiness the Pope gave an
anltry have gone north audience to Mr. Myron Taylor,
Itself and are in position President Roosevelt's emissary to
aleaist the ring of forti- the Vatican.
"91d the port. Two Ame- The Pope also privately received
have linked up Col(,nel David Sarroff, President
ci ty and it is reported of the Radio Corporation of
ythey have demanded America, who is on military leave.


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R.A.F. Attack

Westbound

Nazi Convoy
ICONTINUEDO FROM PAGE 11
Last night R.A.P. Moslultoes,
ca ing 4A b. bombs. made an-
other of those sharp attacks on
o[ mo the G=e on
Berlin, the kind the Germans can
now regard as anything but nui-
sance raids. All the bombers re-
turned.
Earlier, Eauafighters of Coastal
Command, patrolling Heligoland,
attacked a westbound Oerman
convoy of five merchant ships and
10 coastal vessels. Two merchant
men were hit with torpedoes and
set on fire and mne of the escort
hips was set an fire and four
minesweepers hit one of which
was seen to be sinking. Four
Beaufighters are missing.
Mediterranean aircraft yester-
day flew about 1,300 sorties, in-
eluding attacks on Ploesti and
other oil targets in Yugoslavia.
The bombers were over Yugoslavia
again last night.
Spitfires of the "Desert Air
Force"' yesterday flew over the
Alps for the first time. Six of
them. South African manned,
made the trip, and as a corres-
pondent who sends the B.B.C.
news says, th sight of them on
the southern doorstep of the Reich
must have been a shock for the
Germans.
More Spitfires were over Crete
yesterday where they ran Into
four Meserschmlitts. They shot
one down and damaged all the
others without loss.. Last night
Middle East bombers attacked a
harbour on the Aegean Island
of Samos.
The Germans again sent flying
bombs over southern England, in-
cluding the London area for four
short periods between yesterday
evening and this afternoon. They
caused damage and casualties.


War Flashes
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 11 (AP)-
The Free Danish Press service
quoted an unconfirmed report from
openhagen saying that the Ger-
mans had executed 11 Danes in the
cellars of the Gestapo headquart-
ers, presumably in reprisal for the
slayings of German policemen.
GREEK HARBOUR BOMBED
CAIRO, Aug. 11 (AP)-Karlo-
vas.sl harbour in Samos was bomb-
ed last night by the RA.P, Middle
East Command announced. It said
yesterday Spitfires over Crete in-
tercepted four ME 109's near Kas-
tell, downed two and damaged two
without loss.
NAZIS MEtN BUSINESS
LONDON, Aug. 11 (AP).-Hitler's
newspaper, "Voelkischer Beobach-
ter, was quoted by Berlin radio as
saying that the new German
scrape-the-barrel manpower de-
crees were only the beginning and
declared, "This time we mean busi-
ness." T.e newspaper said: "With-
out venturing loose predictions, it
can be said the total mobilisation
of the German people will bring
unprecedented results."
EARLDOM FOR LORD GOWRIE
LONDON, Aug. 11 (Reuter).-
The King has conferred an earl-
dom on Lord Gowrie, V.C. on re-
linquishing his appointment as
Governor-General of Australia.
Hitler.
NAZIS PROTEST
LONDON, Aug. 10 (CP)--Ger-
many, accused by both Britain and
Canada of slaying captured Allied
soldiers, announced she Is protest-
ing to the American authorities
against Nazi prisoners killed on the
Italian front. Berlin said she 18
forwarding a strong note through
Switzerland protesting against the
treatment of captured Nails who
claimed they were shot with rifles
and hand grenades.
1.$9 GERMANS ARRESTED
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 11 (AP)-
The newspaper "Tidningen" quoted
a person with close connections in
Germany that 1,000 Germans have
been arrested and 100 executed
since the July 20 attempt on Hit-
Iler.


Greeks Free.150 Hoftage
From Nazi Headquarters
CAtIRO, Aug. It (IUater)-
The ellenic information bu-
rau bre says tbi OGreek
forces recently freed 10 h os-
tages In dar n neMht woop
on Gestapo headquarters on the
Island of Lemnos. The Greeks
blew up buildings hoing the
German command and the cen-
tre for Gestapo officers and es-
caped without loss.

Japs Retreat

In Burma
ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, Kan-
dy, Aug. 11 (Reuter .-British 14th
Army troops have pushed the Jap-
anese further down the Tiddim
Road and are now at one point
about 10 miles from the Burmese
frontier.
John Nixon, BB.C. reporter, at
SZ.A.C. headquarters says that
raiding prUes are upsetting the
Japanese efforts to save the re-
malning enemy troops in Manipur.
Nixon says these raiders have killed
more than 400 Japanese and
wounded 130.
In northern Burma itself, Allied
troops have captured Taungyl. Near
the Myitkyina area, some ChinMese
troops and Katchin levies have
pushed seven miles to the south.
It Is stated in Chungking that
American aircraft yesterday at-
tacked the ports of Amoy and Swa-
tow in southwest China.

2 Jap Ships Sunk
Near New Guinea
GENERAL HEADQUARTERS,
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC, Aug. 12
(AP)-It was announced today
that Mitchell bombers sank or
damaged two freighters near Hal-
mahera Island, northwest of New
Guinea. A total of four others
sunk in the Halmahera region
ranged from 1.000 to 2,000 tons.
Nazis Send Ultimatum
To Underground Poles
LONDON, Aug. 11 (AP)-'i-le
Polish Telegraph Agency said
that the Germans have sent an
ultimatum to General Bor's un-
derground troops holding parts
of Warsaw that they must sur-
render or die.
General Bor announced in a
radio message to the Polish Gov-
ernment-in-Exile in London that
unless help arrived "our heroic
fight must soon come to a dis-
astrous end."
Naval Rating Punished
At U.S. Court Martial
At IL U.S. Naval deck court-
martial, R.A. McOuffln, PhM2c.
U.S.N.R., was convicted and
sentenced to be confined for a
period of fifteen days and fined
$20 in connection with an Incident
which occurred at No. 33 Fourth
Street, Barataria, on July 30, the
Information Office disclosed yes-
terday.


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Nazis Strain

Every Ounce

Of Manpower
By RICHANID KASICHKKE
NDON,. Aug. 11 (AP)-The
aishae led new pressure
to bring the last ounce of man-
power out of Germany amid new
continental reports that both the
Oermar. army and production
fronts are strained to the utmost.
The new decrees by Goebbels
took private telephones from mil-
lions of Germans and drastically
curtailed the telegraph services.
Goebbels estimated that his new
service curtailment would free
"tens of thousands'" for the army
and factories.
The new orders followed a series
of decrees yesterday aimed at re-
leasing thousands privately em-
ployed for war work.
The German radio said the new
drastic restrictions on German
courts would release "several tens
of thousands" of officers and em-
ployees of German courts for war
production, or the army.
Reports from Berlin said 700,000
prisoners of war in Germany, were
being hurried into the Reich's
mobilisatlon effort.
In Stockholm, the newspaper
"Tiddineens" In a "private" des-
patch said a person with close con-
nections in Germany said the Ger-
man war leaders are withdrawing
troops from the Calais area and
rushing them to the Seine and
Loire River region for the defence
of Paris.
It also said that 1.000 Germans
have been arrested and 100 execut-
ed since the attempt on Hitler's
life.
Moscow broadcasts named Baron
von Neurath, once one of Hitler's
close associates and Dr. Hajalmar
Schacht. former Minister of Econo-
mics as purge victims.

Medical Officer
Being Sought
The "Trinidad Guardian" learn-
ed from a reliable source yesterday
that negotiations are in progress
for appointment of another medi-
cal officer (and pathologist) to the
medical service.
This appointment, it was stated.
will be in addition to that of Dr.
Wilfred dos Santos, announced yes-
terday, and will mean implementa-
tion of another of the 47 recom-
mendations of the Medical Re-
organisation Committee which re-
ported in 1934.
WIFE FOUND DEAD
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
PRINCES TOWN. Aug. 9.-The
dead body of Bhagwandeah, an
Indian woman, of Kunjal Road,
Lengua, near Princes Town, was
discovered about 10 o'clock yester-
day morning hanging by a head-
cloth from a branch in some bush
at the back of the home in which
she lived with her husband. Ku-
mar Singh.
Bhagwandeah. who was 2 years
of age, was missing from her home
since Saturday last and was be-
lieved by her husband to have gone
on a visit to one of her relati-es.
It was he who discovered her
body yesterday.


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BORN 18--STILL GOINGw STSO,


Although Supplies will be short
I for a long time.

MR. GOLIAH,
TAKES A.I.L.
DIPLOMA

News has been received by Mr.
S. I. Goliah. Princloal of the
Commercial and Secondary Insti-
tute. San Pernando. that he has
miallfled for the Plat Division for
the AsoclateshIp Final of the
Institute of Linguists. England.
and has been awarded the A.I.L.
Diploma of the Institute.
To gain this diploma candidates
must pass In two Modern Languages
iin Mr. Gollath's case. French and
Spanish) as follows :--
1. (a) Two three hours' papers
in French:
(b) Two three hours' papers
in Spanis!h:
2. (a) A "searching oral test"
in French;
(b) A "searching oral teat"
In Spanish.
The examinations of the Institute
of Linguists "consist of three stages,
the oral being an addition in each.
viz., Preliminary, which Is higher
in standard than the average
Matriculation: Assoclateship, about
the same standard .as the Third
Stage of the Royal Society of Arts;
and.Ftllowshlp. which is easily the
oat advanced language test
obtaining today in the British Isles.
These examinations differ from
those of University type In that
they eschew philological questions
and place all the emphasis on the
modern language and on a thorough
practical mastery of It. both wrItte
and oral."


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tlh supply and distribution, o.f Szsnato
Kasiwa mand Pormamit. Until forml
times return anmd you can e pMomr buy all
you n d f 'thesl famw products, pAase h
M arleth yeur chemist or SIor who are
d ghe ir utmt to divide therr smalr
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upplin him with more foeWd g tn l. "
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Slieous with either warm or sold i& ,9 ,
Here's a brmafast thta aw e toe mI -fk
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SAn BTOuEnftaes', Sasaatopa. It bud*,
ssltngeTOis a rw ""-"a
new rich blood. It gives youbm
T!e Twue Ionic Food the strength and vigour that W *L
and worry drain away. And
good it does i. laswtis. '

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calcium, health moons faU W U L
U --- 911-R par and reistanclto Wnr iGS -
HHLZRnH incenngy wekfr. Ya^
the body all the hcAum it NO&gh;
Thp Mm-ral Food the most eaily absorbed 9am.
for Rieter Health Kalza benefit every 7"
tissue, rebuildiag vigour, lg%
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Formamint Tablewt ahul b
taken at the teryu fint i do ,
sore throat, or whenever epid lM"a
tisuearetabout.iForld iniou eavt
FORnMll liniteninemouthrades.a
prevents infectious dimm m d
The Getm .Kilhing Throat Tablets influenza and diphtheria. UaflL
gulling, Formamilt do m-
irritate the throat.










DAILY MAGAZINE


gm L NOM1 .A".A


I SOCIAL Ei


4'alk o Cc^ g^ti CunninaDish
leralk Of T1"nidd.,Go Fr Two
So e gurhm ~OmeIgan a Bude&- Stwo M Sto
S0 be h thoe "emaof tribes for amay a
If XXLLi t Asrt Wand &Wlt% # idera ad otmrs who oht to ow 5
=4w& a L11,, WNW., a e tO -. p a 3 htter. And tW ook ftor two
o5"w M Rupa-s b the DutIO b. o s advan es which dispper
.ii Tsurafty ven ft.O when w cook up a dinner r
-o osl the tA Act 01ng O1MO l and MU. Wrigghit ten h un mtals.
Or Rbef ROWICK AMMr- S000UMR, Vwho OSeIYd inthe frtr~ o
An ll'.fith th--em. little iemodel a ra din
a n r b u ad D r. A le a d r Wg W h o O W Nm
sithe QueensParHotel.course of broiled fAsh and boiled
S~ > wea g H n H potatoes and a chilled tomato
M fM M r J u M-pmBh party w" *w by S s ~ Btopped wth mayonnaim.
S-.-&SS AndM 74o21 sr at tha home at St. Now, this may be a drab and un-
r-f- n lsur aYmngd, 4/ happy menu to place before two
Mast sl Fl M. Boimy MrU andsrmeBoer tha a s, putmng
variou SBen ris M and *A sop .uls. It may nugspt no-
oumta 01 thUrI n~owwe ,layin t e~~Roso, u uu 11 c his cost and going out to .0
o- .ps now laIng at th ae Mtn .s rde wwh oa what the boys are doing. Andte
provide unchforthe entire party.
n~I.I.r d lunch credi Is den Mrs.w ...de. hoat "j bride Is In tears.
OiJ e other m a L were Ueut. Jack HyMldmn. Lieut. Char- a But let'# do It this way: We cut
tf cut.a4,LletMasters., Lieut. Paul Saansbury, ieut. I ,l our fish into individual portion and
LAWLS Joake Morgan, leut. Brtttol Mr. Goffr 1 o we broil them neatly. We are cook-
Pegys y'Ross,. Mti Jean Camli, Lieut. Pa t g small potatoes with the skins
L y01. Lyndon, Lieut. Tim Tebbutt, Lieut. Newlyn. MISS on and now we remove the skins.
an'Lieut. tn, Pvt. Joe amith an4 p v. tDon Mat- Roll them in butter and sprinkle
K IM with chopped parsley.
o re i u Z Then-out comes a lar napkin.
SOLJTINB JABIXNR has again Asked m to remind hr In the centre we place the broiled
rid tt the dance 'Previously fied for tonight at the r C <' fish. Round and about, the potatoes. A
LdtBuildg inaid of the St. Joeeph's Convent St. Joeph, ha We fold the napkin over to the cen.-
due to the death of her aiteer. Ticket holders wil l tre and place It on a cunning hot
9 w Boon A s ahenewdate has teen decided on. p latter. Alongside we serve a little
0 0 bowl of melted butter and lime
Vg= tournament and tea in aid of the British Red CroM j uice. And, of course, the cold to-
.cctety will be held at pointe-a-Pierre Club this afternoon at Mato.
o'clock. when it is expected that there will be good tennis for .
and petators. t Louisina Omelet
i lthe evening the informal mid-month dance wil take place atLui O
0 slabbome, &n4 the T.L.L. Band will play. L 1 |f you have a O ght lunch esand-
o11 01 0 If you have a light lunch isand-
s _l___ are ;emhin .d thath itheInformal dae at NaparimA u ' *-lI wishes with maybe a cool drink),
ic wascancelled last Sunday on aLoOunt of the death you want a good breakfast to
4 S i M" LeUand, who w a member of the committee of the start off the day.
behelTuntilhipm Mr. Als will T Louisana omelet seems to be
held tmorw fom 7 pm. until li)po Mr. A will the answer to the housewives'
t1ptnno and thwe members and gueWts who go may expect the I_ _prayer_ t h ouwe
13an enjoyable time. rv.
b time. The new Just-over-the-shoulder Mash one cup of drained canned
Ioted at the dance at the Tr ad iuntry l rare particularly attrac- tomatoes to a pulp. Add two minced ul
* n notced at the danre at the Trinidad O Mntr Cluo on t hi fowred cott onions to two tablespoons of bread-
wc d dW evening were Mr. and Mr. Tony La e, Mr. e for the hottest afternoons, crumbs and one tablespoon of green Btu
t1moi3SWrtin. Mrs Willie Norris, Mr. Bertram Bourne and ItI equallq pretty( too, In pelper (sweet). Fry together in a
3isOu b I.tle Bourne. Mr. And Mrs. Jose Carranza. Mim Gloria flowered rayon crepes and two tablespoons of margarine or
STni Boyle. Mims Pa Pantln, Mist Rapsey, lelIut. theew. for about 15 or 20 minutes. after =
Jt"f~hasdsou Lieut. Clern Henri, I.lett. Bob Hlldebrandt. Miss. r-- butter. Add tomatoes and simmer
SJoa Tardiei. Mr .,owe Rodriguer,, Mr. Max Peter, Mr. but-, o addi_..ng a salt and black and white
lfi Shannon, Mr. Philip ia7Aart, Mism M, perlmuy, Mrs. v aiary pepper. a
beWO~ n Mrs. Rita Cottin, Mis Jean Canning. Mi.s Fdith Beat four egg yolks to a cream
Mja and Mr. Merrvy (rell and Mrs. Donald Lindsay. Dince at Trinidad Country Club. then fold In stiffUly beaten egg =
I o n C Dance at Perseverance Club. whites. Melt enough butter In
t- K IrDO wlshe to condole with her iwlatives on the Tennis tournament at Poi'me-a- frying pan to coat It. Add mixture,
monday o Miss Leontlne Traverso. Mis Traverso Pierre Club at 830 p.m, followed keeping the heat low. Shake an
rm removed by the firm of Smith Bros. and Corn- by Informal atmiwe. gently while mixture sets. T'en
Ep Ro S and her kpnd-he ns and our the tomato mixture over the 5
is on ne r nber o t friends.hertedne and Tomorrow eggs an id let cook two minutes Ion-
#fa Informal dance at NapaiiFla ger. Fold the omelet over the to- E
y I re f o Wednesday evening by Mr. Peter Papworth club, San Feiiiiundo, front 7 p.m. 0o mato mixture. Slip Into a heated 2
Dpt" W Btd Maoctonnrll. who celebrated her birthday the 10 pm. plaHte a _d serve immediately
Sd Aftw oocktafla and dinner, the party went to the Trinidad .. .-. .....
thn7 viteb wer. Mis eity iJindsay, Mis Seiena Mac R a d i Programm es
e. sIy Reewe, Stib-Llut Kelth Oldershaw, MaSS ____m__ e
la t MS S dith Philtpt, ind M.s Mary Ro)lnson.- ..... -- ... ....-----wv
Ise sac U.S.A. WVDI
fi 'tYLA TIl ffA wre showered at the Beech Camp, Palo S &e ', .. ,n,..... n'. Ne.. ;'. News
cc 'tdy morning ,fn Mr. and Men. R. W. iliv. t hom twin 5 f; A 1 r,'; nrch. ,"', ttiing Sp,,nr tila, Mira .
Were born the evening before. The two yoiinwterx folinwe'd a 5 .Y .. .. Yarns for Yanksf m
of seven girls. oth mother and babbio are oning wt N.'" s.atirda. Night reei=-
tml twins were the f"r t fo the lehtp vyar at Palo .c(O. "Hunm- : ,. ,r., ium ...
" Witd" .Joln In wishing mother, father, and the twins good luck. ::t -rn >,... R s'tt
: 0 4.5 NCe. ..e
?O e tor NPfron. who, hb the way, has received his --- i N.. |
lI from CarBaoa, a<0ompeneld bi Mrs Negion and| 7 i,. =r
1i1y, left by sir on Thursdayr for Barbadri, where they will ;, -1 ;i J"rntI Ir.ak "'r
month Mat the family home, Leeton-on-s,. on the Maxwell r:,>Jlll' ...-- Corn Exchange
0 News Hit Parade
S*:15 s*Bports Masll B|
d- Vill* be orrY to Iwar that Lieeut. Dave DawaoI 8 100 ,o Town Htll Hit Parade Natttiona Bu. Dane
P-q pseni tin ths hosAat PaIc' "Humming Bird" wses ----___ -- -----_- N ------ I
speedt e '00 Noea. Uln. Network Reporter News
A M, ee ; V Theatre Ore. News at Home lAtin Rhythms
X l0L o n e 'f d9 0- Orutn Welles Dance TIn,
.)W3 BICA. B Oatnft and O4ne Randow will make another :46 _____ __-
a peemnnef at the Trtrintldd CouIntry Club during the dance to-' -0N,.' N .,,,(,"B I i ib
Rdb'Te C y-le Royal orchestra will Supply the music forw dancing. I0 :., ... M'i .. - -r
*1, ( -I-t I, ,r .ir street
'I Mdl SJ. AWNOM& STOI IATrFY1R and their family are leaving ...._.. . _w__ N .... roe
BPloBnitshos air, Oa pe. G 'ew re they will spend the next NoTV:!-Tha Wet iIn na. ,*I N,,\0pvr 11 hba heard today from i.I p.m.
l0 5 4 t | e- 4r.'5r WIi i frtllr litg a F. lretit. and Musitc.,

V r T C Lr PRTY UGHTEER i


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VU~hSnffsnu.sd 5.i


Sluiical


A. Whale
of a
Show


of Top
rTalent.


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Van JOHNSON \,
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MARIA 'PALMER CHIZZOLA'8
S DANCING STAjLETS 1944
S TUESDAY 22nd at 8.30 p.m.
STicket. ar old at the GLOBE TIEATRE, P rt.-1
S from .30 to $0 p.m. and EVE'S DRESS g
| 81 Frederick Sneg.e

SGLOBE--San Juan.
SToday, | and I8.M-D-ennKs MapM and Iremo Manning h
THE DESERT SONG-Extra: British News,.
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4.30 EMPIRE .301o

Starting TODAY and Continuing
ATHS IS A TRUE STORY I
AND ONCE AGAIN ,TRUTH IS
9. \ MORE THRILLING THAN
FICTION!
^V91 1 The Story of the Year ... About
S the Family of the Year.
FOR. THE WHOLE FAMILY. I


DEFINITELY NOT A WAR
PICTURE


DAKR BXER IliA ITHL
VY SLINA St YLE TRUDY MARSHAL L
EDWARD RYAN '-OHN CAMPBELL. JAMES CAROWEUL
JOHN ALVIN GEORGE OFFERMAN. J. Aa r
-.%-.( ,0,> LLOYD BACON.Pm. .vSAM JAFFE
EXTRA: "
TIMELY! NEVER-TOID-BEF)ORE Exclusive *
UNDERGROUND REPORT
Film smuggled at the risk of dea'.h out of Nazi Europe !
Another Scoop from the MARCH OF TIME.
Today, 1.15 p.m.-
EAST OF THE RIVER, and PRIVATE DETECTIVE


..... ............ .......... . M
The Whole Serial The Whoe
KII CARSON RO I AL TI caM
TODAY, 4.45 and 8.45 ond Over the Week4.j
He built ships and
W inawaya ij
...a great guy in *4
JurnMr i with set
ecitermentl

MICHAEL o'i
ANNE SHIRI-','


ROXY _
Today, 1.15-STAR DUST, and
TARZAN'S REVENGE RITI
4.>ji-_----- -- ea, .
4.4 anad 8.6 eday,.0 ..
MATLABI-DUMA I LifeblHM


GAIETY-San Fernand-
TODAY, 5 and 8.30 and Over the Week-i




TODAY, .9'3-The Whole Serial-WILD BILL 0
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MONARCH PALACE-San Fernand TODNA1 t T OLYM1
ODA" TODAY 1S p.m-Matinee 4TODAY 1.1&( pX
TODAY 430 & R30 P l.TODAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m. DARK VICTORY and CRIME OF DR. X
Bill Eliot In the final half of Sensational Indian cture FLOWING GOLD COURAGE OF T.
VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN 44S, P, 8.1 p.m. 4.4&. 8. p.m.
and SHERIFF DARKOO rrol FLYNN, John HOWARD
William Gargan, Margaret lindsay I Fred MAC MURRAYElk
in. "DIVE BOMBER" g i
DESPERATE CHANCE FOR .llmlmmIHninlllmnlmum
EILERY QUEEN -I E O .. .. ..


Sun., Mon. Tiles:
White Cliffs of Dover


Looking Ahead I


and -
George BRENT,
BRrenda r:AR8HALI


POINT FORTIN I "South of Suez" M
One Performance Only j I -
TOIH at 8.3-- S --^xBwMl^Bi- a ^^A A f-99M-^^^^^^^
W. 0. WELLS .. E R IMCAE
THE INVISIBLE AGENT ARIMA
Starring John Hal. Ilona Massey, TODAY 1.15 p.m.-MaU-tie
Peter Lorre, Sir Cedric Hardwicke PENROD DOUBLE TROUBLE
Special added attractions & DODGE CITY
March of Tine & Watest News W444
Tomorrow at 5 & ..0 p.m.--Ii I ,A Lovely Home- [ O D
ab. and the Forty Thieves A Lovely Home- i ilt LO' IN
__l__________irs lHEREB I TODAY 1 W.15
OTlT TT^ETY'^f L Most Modern Bun- SLM
Snlrrl j 3 galow-3, 2nd Ave. | MELODY FOR T
SHIPPING l^V CASwde-ipossssio $2010""'.rlI^ Mxx ^
SD. 2. o Luxe Hom3, 0,i S 4.4, &3S p.m.
EARUgISON jJ~3 Scott Bubho Street, John GARFIELD.
Sa it-poseasion .. Best. offer.. N w"
of am WW. V of War Tvrm m W. a 3.20 Alberto Street--
o t o(... a" c A im Beauty. ........ 4ABat ...SM "The Fallen S
West 104" 31 b o1 u uw0 1 4 t6s d 4. 16 Joc se Road, San i l ooi
sseos amt. Juan ............ Cheap.t g. t- and *
lru tw tmirta *s 8 t as 5. 9., 6th Street, Baran- X Fr ATAIRE,
.I &C t .aHr .............. c4,.pl e AT^ Jol
...nt"Ul1, 0.2.,1.1. Ln "B I Broom' street,- Oil I r
....... empty-Jut been renovated and Johnny MACK BROWN The Sky's tlh
rl Sa "BOS of t|rC-ti.,--
THE BRITISH AND street .......... Poweolon BS o will See am
ALIED HANGTOWN MESA OR
-4 s~sine-84.00N OUR
ALLIED MERCHANT s. it" o ld St. Josephf _4m,_m ..wM_,m.N__i_,_ m
Read ............ $,N,
NAVY CLUB I 0. ,.5roos& s -tret- t,-------
THE MERCHANT NAV 1. .......Se .1,,0 --. ,, -
VY 11 u ......"N W
OF ALL THE UNITED IL12 Large Property -
NATIONS Dig rta N% l iEW San Fernal
ST. ANN'S ROAD 1&_l7 for asdig TODAY AT 9Jo A.xL
--- 7Cas.s Elyses STAND UP AND FIGHT ad FLIGHT 0ON"
iea4 Carsi t 1-,500a AT Ii
Saturday, August 12 -4 gj WIR O_ O Z and SECRWT OF DJ
15 5 OvM Aly up AT 4.20 S.30 Water's super OGgantie Doubie:-
S" Street .... $1,400 ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO (lette Davis ChMi
I&wtens UW Bwlabw EDG O a (nd Fiy-
CONTEDeSTage Street, aI nnE
Round eof I Mina. Each. SR17J. w kB g ews $4WBN1011111111111
The manaaelnent Invites all Vae"nt ..........Bargains --
interested men of the Mer- 1I. 4 g stat'--T a I M| MM
chant Navy to come forward Rdli pin." E P R
and takeVPart.t Nosnes and N2.--LO.T. Is oen% unWr
wei-htsra .be iven to th alEMPE --San Feri
Club toward 79 e.)r- TODAY at A 8.45 p.--and contftuIb over the WO
'PON 79 .'Nl-- pq K. 0. PROUDLY :-- T8
With the ermLslon of the Whalts PROUDLY R8T:-
oBxint Board of Contral w IS IAI TOMA G A SL I G H T 1
OFFICERS' QUARTERS. Oltl m 09 (t 3
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pt them further
sp ithd att1
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B'tredir sptheir P
Smore toals, Seawith
laTh oma f.
l Vttinj two penaW
v put them further
tj-*rteg With, a 1'
adew* their" pc
We awre goals, Sea
*ttey Thomas.
Mltwo poals
lat two, and John a
me each.
Jfte refereed a g(
3m following were
9 Thomas; I. Ben
D. Gonzales,
"arow; H. Grant,
join, F. Scott, L.
C. Blake; McD. I
Iniel; H. C. Broad
0. Moreno; D. Hat
K. V. Galt,. J. M


tUbots

ro 5-All
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k spectators throne
*4 pavilion to with
SForest Reserve
taL. tight to a fl
at. Forest Reserve
B,.lA.F.L. match.
PBad Charles, the i
Metre forward,
aoft the mark al
a play with a beat
I ehot from the b
pt right wlhg, wh
Itl' custodian all
,uq, far corner of
by this setback
a determined offer
I equalizer and as
0d bit of combinat
Mtti and Bain, ti
'm scored from ncl
-"Meth, forward 1i
each attacking w
na htion. butt
td the edge
r by their excell
Ui trol and cc
; did not' dauntI
Ugbots
Ptf e final whit
Om t and equal
-of the game
INAe, skipper of
SOnce he received
*rant and skllftu
rhe two backs a
mInto the goal w
Loading players we
10p, Grant. John a
r lest Reserte a
!n and Lillicrap
F forest ) -Charles
'I, Z, ant 1. and Jo
t4am 2, Lumsdcn
t *A Tory 1.t n
g ried the Wht
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ame Toda
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.rmbow this aft.
p(1 Park Savann:
n-3oon, Wakefie
B ltMelville, Dugda
l'Wttet, Milne M
Mouttet, S.psc
A, are asked to br
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ITURE


SALE
11 ^PARK WEST
.1 AUGUST i"4
i~~SP.M.
s.I ^J. ^Rajnauth
uc good and useful
libmons Spring and
eT ngle Beds,
.ls Mahoganyv
Ir Don Double
Linen Press,


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HglKSLT?* her. -
To,, 21ar Hang-
Amasixg T&.
si and Chair;
& n8 *t, porkc
Up, Dmeeertland
*rolSlTebo
Try,111 rCake
redmae Stove,
TW and Up.
iw^ tel 1',a ^p-
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wing Marks Oilfields G. Terry And

d Matches nu t Cycle Honours

111" Cafm deasi t Hold Sports George Terry, Trinidad cycle a
C. ad their baptian tof fire at the notcher, shed cycling honours at
a afternoon when these two old rivals E. Jefferson Proves sports meetUnh for athkt reaming
Mark Moody-Stuart Bhield am lnd Star Sprinter At on the recreation ground on D!aco
t __ _Mahfaica Oval Rl. Medtord. young Indian ath-1
_____lete. ruled the fliat events, coppingi
Th beragtodcnAny cle evntoe
ditadTiia Guardian correspondent. from 100 to 440 yards raec&,
tfilI.A DR"A August l--Braving five miles wa won after kevent tv-e
em n d Inclement weather, the United vry bymTerry, who also t er urei
0ad r thad L JPoint PetWtn held a auc55ful Bellille fnished second and third.
eh iomeytin at the Mahaica Oval on Most spectacular of the cycle
h-D-overy Day. events was the opening race of the
With the beautiful Coro'ation day, the one-mile, whtn in a hectic
non Trinidad A G ua stn Vsr ependemt. Trophy at stake, competitors re- finish Bellile and Terry rod past
CURE, AUgust 11.-Reming- presenting various departments of the tape 'in a deadlock, with L.
se* ton and Sheffield battled to a U.B.O.T., through slush and mud Atkins behind for third berth.
":its two-all eadlockdinoanCutiSt.bstrov
the two-al deadlock In an Et t. strove hard to secure the prltge, Belllle took first prize, and also
nthe eorse thrillter at Unapuna on and after a thrilling series of the lap In the three miles, with
ad Thursday events, Refinery emerged 1944 McLean and Riley next.
S The opening was a taimen affair, chamPionr with 35 ports to their Medford ruled the sprints beat-
but 10 minutes after the start Par- credit, closely followed by Office ing Warner and S. McFIrigne
e. rell dribbled pest KaUlloo and Smith with 11 toInts no second position In the 100 and
tiy, In the Sheffield defence to beat The Refinery's S. Duncan thd 20o yards, respectively, then came
ltes, goalkeeper N. Greentildge with a David Piper shared the sprints back and breasted the tape nrMt
in well-placed shot. confined to this trophy, winning in the 410 yards.
ong Sheffmeld then took over and the 220 and 100 yards respectively Medford also figured In winning
their hard-working inside forwiri, In the Inter-Oilfleld 100 andt the relay for youths.
osl- Cook, found the nets with a 220-yard sprints, E. Jefferron of Dr. C. P. Rottant distributed the
irly grounder that slipped through Cruse Oilfields won with ridiculous prizes.
Maharaj's hands, ease the shorter distance, while
for At the resumotion Sheffield took Clayton Lynch oi Kern Trinidad The results were.-
and the lead as a Dillon oass from the Ollflelds copped the other. I MIl CYCi.L RACK: I v. ,ilI S&ai
Iet pTerrN. 3 1 Atkin.s eI
left side was converted by Hon. Jefferson also won the 220-yards IC IO LKAT RACE I R. foMt; A
Pod ore with a beauty, open and helped hi? team to s0- ne ci L.mY
the Remington obtained their equal- cure first place in the 880-vard, I Muli, CYCLE RACE (Hitgh Handle):
iser late in the second session, a relay race. At .c(rr 2 H Ihm ; A.
ew- Supersad, Sheffield's back, pushed R. Madoo won the lone lump In 220 YiDS i.-'AT RACT: I 1R Midford; 2
T- a ball to his keeper, but Holder convincing fashion, the high jumc UrFatirne, 3 1. McFI'rlalO l
MITeE CrCI.R RACE aBOY:I lennox
T olaced the here away from and the mile walking race confined litxon,, 2 R. D: 3 T Ramktrioo.
De Greenldge. the custodian, to employees of the U.BO. 0 T. HA.L-MIt CVC CLE RACK : 1 ory,
2 le Waldrop- 3 L,. Alklna.Midrid
Du- The referee was Mr. A, Doyle. C. Andrews secured Frst plar in 40 YDs. FLAT RACt,.: AI R od
the 440 and 880 yards confined 2 M. F. Frre. i I. McF loine
wn, TODAY'S GAMES event., 2 MI.S CYCL: Hith Handl.e,: I c
r- nr, ., At the conclusion of the day' Mi I. A Cruirktank, 3 Alpheus
or- The youthful Invaders will be sport', Mr. W. M. Moore. chiir- 3 MLtt..l cvYC.E RACE l V. Bellll, ; 2
clashing with Cortnthians at Tuna- man of the United British Ath- F MiLan, 3 c. Rtil. i,9p price. V.
puna In the star fixture of the letic Association, welcomed Mr 1 W,',' RaCE ,RA ovE R Da,.
third round games of the East St. F. p. Marrlo, General Manager R Ramihtoon. S iennx Dixon.
George Competition today, and Attorney of the company M +iL FLAT 3 ACD 1 C Reley. 2 L.
Invaders have beaten Hornets, and Mrs Marrout, who, despite 1,1;1'1 MP3 IM Farrel;2,r C.John-
held the powerful Remington to a weather conditilcis were in at- -..n 3 1H Preac-tt
goalless draw, and are out to turn tendance REI.AY RACK: I Youths iR. Medfordi. A
o dn Warner,. McFarlane and I. McFar-
the tables on Corinthians who have MrYs. Marriot presented the *.ne,.
lost a match, prizes mSII.ES CYCI.U RACE: I Geo Terry:; 2
Asizacs and Springboks have o TOYD FI.AT RACK c aCur,,n,,lo, F Mcien. a V Belille., Lap prize:
both a draw and a win to their P* 1 0 """- ,%C""O 3 T COO.ATION OB o.ver 14. ,:
;credit, and their clash should be THROWING THE C(ICKET BAI. I I Abtshim.2C Mctnan
__e a keen one. t'U BO.TI- I1 Charit z BZln 2 G Wil- -
.ed Following ore the Oxturec son, 3 th+n.rlpa Dtervant Re yardse
Iess Dodgerss, All Stars at Tacarigua: Mr. I00 YDS. FI.AT RACE it'B0oTi 1 IaIII
/.c. r. Wyke. .-,id PIper. 2 S. nnca -Anzmcn v Sprlngbok at St. Joseph: Mr. 50 TDS. SACK RACE ,IHT R iT w l lV
ive- A. Doylte. S, Daniel. 2 D N. Joeeph. Tmne: IS I -N
on Invaders vs Corlnthians at Tunspuna; seem. 1
Mr. H. Achong 220 TrA FI.AT RACE Crirorat" ... TW US"T/ *tI I -MW
,,sItrollr va Hornets at Ban Juaa: Mr 1,. 1 S. Durman, 2 D. Piper. 3 C. Z. : al"rte dom bIK Oie
an- I arMrtlll Beln IElak ryou'i S ,dno al.Amln. i
the Imperial a bye. PUTTINO THE SHOT iB O T i -1 I stired wek and 41 a -
ter' The following will pretrennt Corinth. Narlase Burntit, 2 0. WIlln. Dilsance ---tS times.e- ta elstSc 3a .
plans. 0. Perry; H. Anderson, W. Hick. 30 It. 4 ins pink '.lVSttVeetable cSSS..{ l
si" on, T Bruc. A. Charle. V. Hick.on: HIGH JUMP (U B O.T -R. Madoo, 2 plabae sc syiptos. Nosaes
oOt A. Cupid. N. Bi. leSmythe, Rex Flores, R. Hardwood. 3 L. E. Will. s* '-PA .*i S G
iCh H Massy and C. Andrenws. 100 YDS. FLAT RACE inter Oilftelds S aimts, h"
the Anzata widl play: N Clifton: M. Baley. -I E. Jefferson (Crise l0eldn,; 2 N 5,OM )oPi5 50010 PoOto
SB. Atwell" Thomas, iBuzard. Stanley; H, Preddi IT.L.O.AC.): 3 C. I,.MK h 1 lkphamwsa OmpoII G
the Wilson. F. Springer. rrlts, H. Armour. iKTO, TIme: 10 4.-5 secs. LYDIA PINKEAM'S
G. Sankir. Reservn: T. MaInlay and H. 440 YDS. FL.AT RACE iComniLtYnI W fnnn
the Springer. Cup, -1 Carlyle Andrew, 2 H. Alltrly. 3 I Ja prtait I Don't acoepta _osu
e 5prligbob's team will be: Clarke: B. W. Rambert. fo L E. PiLkh a
en Spiller. P. Florem; J. Barnes. L. aSpencer. 100 YDS. LADIES' FLAT RACR ? Itt Ld L hawe
a W. Carter; X. Akan, XI. Simon. Wash- ..B.O.T.)-.! Miss Monica Baptiste,. a Vegetal CowL. L ,t o
ion Inglon, U Donawa and A. Sozill. Miss Ruby Asam, 3 #Mis Pearl Furluoge. e original and genLl ne.il
Reserve: E. Phillips, J. Humphrey *nd 220 YUO. FLAT RC5 ( i-I K O'-5 m T
lre L Bradslaw. J(esron CnimA Olitlds,): 2 F. Tull __________ _______
0e iThIrd Be-tatllon'; 3 N. Preddtle (T.L.- ii NmAD
A.O.I Time: 24 e,. TINIDAD.
n l A l J1171 880 TYi. FLAT RACK V` Black And W white .,nr.rI, Andrec, C Nept., PUBLIC NOTICE
Vlth 3Dhonlrine.U L C OT C
the 220 YVT FLAT RACE lInter Oilrleds)
on ICUu l fT a I Clayton Lynch iK T.O 2 (;eurge .
ent rlUf Today mund (T.L.A.O : 3 C. Z. Bian IUB.O.TI Notice Is hereby given that the
Cu G l Toda ONE MILE WALKING RACK ILIH. partnership heretofore subsisting
)In- Tlt-l flfs ootso .--I R. Madoo, 2 .Kmnedy.,'I Bob a'nrhphreooesbitn
Thiyfi eegolfersa wlu .ontes0tMd.ToI. Kn u betweenTaluy illie and myself
the the Black end White cu; tourney LONG JUMP 'tU.BO.T. I R M.doo the undersigned, Lionel Turibe
rho .o be played at the St. Andrew's B. Joseph. DIstance: 18 ft. 43 Ins. Harris carrying on business as
,te hedrw el ystrdy esltd 440 YD8. FLAT RACK 1Openi I ON, tid
stle The draw held yesterday resulted Graham. 2 C Rochford, 3 C. Ren. Builders and Contractors at No.
la course, Maraval, this afternoon. Time: 5 3-5 High Street, San Fernando, under
as follows:-- ,100 YTDa' THRtE-LEGGED RACK the style or firm of "L. T. Harris
S^STIN A;T 1 T'U. B.O.T.1-I Dl.narine and & DanSe, &e T. Plliea" has been dissolved by
the 2.00Tpm.D.N.oATpla pt C. Andreia and D. Piper.
the 2.00 p m 0. N. McO0Ie plays Capt. F. ONE MILE MEDLEY RELAY (Corona. mutual consent as from the 20Lh
2.06pm R. W. Connolly play R. t a.n Cup) I1 Penal and Ron Francque,. day .of July. 1944, so far as con-
illy Grell. Ofc,3EgneigFed
nlly 2.10 .m F NP plays R. G. Hil. 2, Yl' BEER DRINKINg RL cerns the said Teluy Pillle' who re-
2nd 10 pmr N2. Poler playsR. e.viller .UO.T.)-N, Burnett, (Cptl J. s,. tires from the said business.
ith2 12.,ln I H. P.almer plays ller. Loms. R. George* and G. Mitchell. All debts due to and owinfg by
r2.20ellm H. P. Alazar py 220 YD. Fi.AT RACE ItB lR I 0 1 1he said late firm will be received
-re: 2.25 'm. W. L Ward plays 0. G. Jones .P.0uncan, 2 D. Piper, 3 1. Will@. Time; and paid respectively by me the
. p2 oh..l.y M e.- and paid respectively by me the
id 230 p.m ntyr. JobOnstoe Dplays C. M. 0 Tos. VETERANS' FLAT ItACE undersigned who will continue to
nd 4.35 -80TR-. aB OT i1 Rt. Georse. 0. Baton. carry on the said business under
2.35 p.m.-- R. 0. Croeble plays Dr. 4L 3 V. L. Taima.
or Campbel. 0. tn YDS. RIELAY RACE-ln 1 the style or firm of "L. T. Hatrris A
J2.. ihn Don. i. .. i .u Mr. H. traha.n lteanm, 2 Mr. Clarke' T. Plll'e.
. Johnson. team.
3 1u STARTING AT THE 10TH TIa OBSTACLm RACE It' B O T I I D. Dated this 20th day of July, 1944.
.2 o00 p.m P. Reetro pl>, I.. Tairl. Josephi. S Dhanrtnern. 3 P. Small. L. T4 HARRIS.


-2 0S p m.- Oeo. B. Morrin plays a. B.
S chnitter.
tle. 2.10pm. S.tone plays C B. Norman.
2.15 p. in- Colunel D,. Gordon-Smith plays
K. Goldsmith.
2.20 .im. W. B. McCullough plays A. V.
McCracken.
2.25 p.m.- J. D. DMckie pIlys W. HIL
2 30 p m.- M. Grell plays T. J. Tobin.
3 2,39pm,-. Major N. F. Rae, M. D. Moors
aY and A. C. Halo.
me --
er- LIVESTOCK SHOW
la, Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
Id, OHAGUANAS, Aug. 12.-Annual
ld, livestock show open to peasant
ac, proprietors and sponsored Jointly
inc- by Government and the sugar es.
StateS takes place today at the
Ing Woodford Lodge Savannah,


CITY COUNCIL
PORT-.OF.SPAIN


Appointment Of As-
sistant Engineers


Applications are Invited for the
uldermentioned poss on the en-
gineering staff of the Port-of-Spain
Corporation :_
Ind AssItant City Inglneer
Addition F gieer
The yearly salary attached to
each of these posts is $1,9204240-
2,880 with a travelling allowance
of $480 a year attached to the for-
mer post and one of $W attached
to the latter.
The oflicm are pensionable under
the provisions of the Municipal
Corporation (Pensions) Ordinance.,
and subject to the usual ondtiona
uas to leave, etc., As prescribed by
the Port-ofi-Bpin Corporation Or-
dinance and regulation made
thereunder.
Preference will be given In mak-
ing these appointaiets to pW onO
with previous experience In Water
and Sewerage works prOtiOe.
Application stating age. qualll-
cations and experience. -nd aceom-
paied by recent t tesltiamslsi, t
reach the undersigned at the Twn
aIl, Port-of-apain not later than
S p. UL on Tupfty D AtPI.
LL w. VAMU .
Town Clerk.
Town Reall.
1th J*.ri. -f


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PERSEVERANCE CLUB
Where your weekend entertain.
ment Is assured usand good meals a
guarautee.
Everyone DINES and DANCES at
Perseverance Club on SATUTRDAYS
from 8." p.m. to 12 p.m.


LOCAL AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT
FOR THE MERCHANT- NAVY
AT THE -
BRITISH AND ALLIED MERCHANT NAVY CLUB,
ST. ANN'S
(Under the Distrguished Patronage of His Excellency
the Acting Governor)
ON SATURDAY 12th AUGUST, 1944
8.30 p.m.
3ONDU TOl Y1ro 1 ThaB-ROUND BOUT A3DOETWBIOnT
NNETT v. MOEs
(belumont Orphanage) Belwmont Orphanage)
MAIN SIX-ROUND BOUTS
WLB.TBOWEIGHT
LUIS BARRADAS SUNNY GUKENIDG
(Welterweight ampion (tu Pernanlo)
of TPriniddi)


LIGHTWEIGHT
C. FRANCIS .
(lbghtweliht Champion
of Trinldad)


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-. KATHuRIWIOHT
I 0333W A. Y"ONAB
(Belmont Orpmnagel iCaucde)
tNwt iwud of the taurnismnt will be on the 19th August
ndM he Pbst en the 26th Auuwt.1
With kind pemisMdon of the oxtingw Board of Control.
p One tdIly nb*t by Mmr. LLee Lum & Co. Ld.


SBeating


V. Bellile Cop

SAt Couva

ce and V. bell.l. another top-
Sthe Couva cycle and athletic
In the County of Caroni, held
very Day.


Star Soccer

Games Today

Irsi clam soccer In three leaguesP
this afternoon prer.nt five slai


matches.
Sporting Club will c:l.sh witl
Maple on the Savannah and Sham
rock will oppose Fleet Air Arm a
Plarco; Sheffield and Lciseh.ld
will come to pips in a S.A.F.A
leaguer at Skinner Park. while
therp will be two Q.F4.FL matches
Brighton vs PForest and Apex v
Ubots.
Sporting Cihb and Maple hav'
each won thiv two matches they hilv
played so tu thiLts Feason. and grea
interest is centred in t3is game
which will be played on the Assc.
ciation ground in front, the stand
Following will represent Spc'tlni
Club:-N. Kilgour. R. Tench lcapt,
S. Dopson; C. Dore, H. Day, A
Alkinsv J. Bart R. Seon. J Alkins
A. Rodri3ues and E. Monteil.
Shamrock received an earl
setback losing to St. Mary s 1.0, bu
since then have beaten Colts an
Q.R.C., and are out to whip Flee
Air Arm.
Sheffield and Lenseholds, two o
the most colourful teams rin th
S.A.F.A. will meet at Skinner Prkk
There Is high scoring in th
S.A.F.L and today's matches a
Brighton and Apex should provide
many thrill.
Brighton will play Forest. a
Brighton; while Apex will meet th
champion Ubots at Apex.




BUILDING

AND

BUSINESS

FOR SALE
AT
Rio Clara and Poole
Bualness eansiats of
Rum Shop, Dry Goods,
Provision and Cocoa
For Further Particularm
Consult

SJoseph Peoo Wah,
RIO CLARO.


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| FOR SALE
SNo. 9, Lo Seivo Avenue,
Moaravol
Fully furnished and
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BUTCHIMSON,.
I Chacea Street
'PHONES 572 or N
lawlmeinrIfumNmuumfuipnWs,


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f 6&cayn it, the bowel. Ge blot, upy
le itomach lou get oontpated Your atml
k. lestm'inl toioned and you fei four ank
and the wi.mtd loioka punk
e Anmtehowel movment!doetseta t I
l trautse It take% thoM hToufam l .'artr' Lit a
e 1 IW l.lltatoget tle twopinto(bite Irloe.
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l i rnlc,. sentic8 et amaing i n ma0iN* tale
It flow freer l.ookfrwthename Cirtpr'eLtttl
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- PUBLIC AUCTION
POR
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23
BY ORDER of Adam Clayton
Smith and Claude Marshall
Bovell Conlell, Trustee% of the
estate of Edward Lytcott Bovell,
deceased, the ndersigned will
offer for sale by Public Auction
at No 17 St. Vincent Street
tupstairals) on Wednesday the 23rd
day of August,. 144 ALL AND
SINGULAR that valuable freehold
property known as "Thurban"
being part of the estate of the
said deceased situate at the oear-
ner of Dandrade and Gittens
Streets at Paradlie in the Ward
of Tacarigua In the Island of
Trinidad comprising ONE ACRE
and SIX PERCHI more or les
which said lands comprise the
Northern portion of the parcel of
1lard described in Certificate of
Title In Volume CXLIX Folio 423,
and is bounded on the North bv
Gittens Street. on the East by
Dardrade Street, on the South by
lands of Edith Adela Hutchinson
and on the West by lands of
Elizabeth Blanche Bovell.
The purchaser will be given va-
cant possession of the property on
the 1st September, 194I4.
Dated this 25th day of July,
1944.
BTANLEY S. STONE,
Auctioneer.


Auctioneer,


AXIMA RACK Cl3
TENDERS FOR BARS AND TEA ROOM
Spraot Tendueran Invited up to 3"00 PJ&. p
SATURDAY, 19th AUGUST, 1944, to nm (e)
uewr the Public Stand, Paddock, Membtw' Stud w
Grounds, and (b) Too Room o the four (4) dep M
the Santa Rosa Races, 1944.
CONDITIONS
(1) Tenders for tars must be accompaned by &
list of prices at which drinks will be told on Racw D'
at each Bar. (2) Allocation of all booths to be Omcl f
on the grounds is subject to the approval of the Mjk
ogemqnt Committee. ,
VICTOR 1. HERDED,
Honorary Secratef


JUST ARRIVED


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ASK plant managers what a ret-pause
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duration ... more work-content.
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creams output. Add refresh.
meant to a ret-pause andm the
fesling of comntaent t is
Increased. That's a reason
why you find Ice-cold
CoinCola so welcome i
war plants.
Icecold Coca.Cola se
beyond Just quenchingl
thirst to bring you Ie&
frehnsne. Its delUioem
BodaeBlwaerdetighi
our ote. Here hI a
drink made wth a in.f.
lbhed am. The only
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0 w eM=aly. will b *cep9td by t lepone te. rlqure Glira. Grft erh's. M e"nn-ry- pt e. un pag. gui es.--t. r .y.1o u n 1awr.-- te yie, r t Y.w I f&' wl 1 Wl i
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zl niet drt ... n hi 4LOC.: mIp I h I ....Na 3ER0s,, o. A ,.r 1 SINGLE, O ROOM FOR R--NT. Boar goe. prlmb caw PMne. ".d, 'iN, -"111mE*MWIIAM t M M "- O
O FdayII-. l O ROOM ie lh,. pr se thtrou*yel dn 10orall and mDarly.B lBovd lrbrt y py .odLthar l a . buh ea int, Th l A I St N = Fl. -
f'laculin $odI Ol ,. i inatlea 0 1 ,f3 Dl ranIre ort moire pa~rti 10 aplyinDu e sO rbee CofeeetApyM m~mrd, J. T. Jel 'lson. I e 51011 --AN tAE GI N gltI. .. . .. . ...a"lv ".'_" ft,_W111 -'1i0


H le be inser te* by* givt o l I.dl nt. anilt n he Childre. & lmrd edaN 'M ut Oy tree tAUg.n 4..uIt, a 100 -*. tm. i t a IA -Ihoemmern .ff.ro ui., -- d.r- Mai, I., --
I iIngi In lh i _t .Fr OR...'.t Ste n -rl-lth'.-Auao.. .0. BI den Powell t.re.t. Aug. 10 i 0 Otaon R. wd ....me..t f,, U e d tOll lte O We 1lth Au! 1 g ..t .II ,A
t ~ ~ ~ 1 *." OVA-- I . .. iWWL&.. ..- "- '!jOiy ig Z 2o oreer 3 bad .R ein i,, P Ltd io . . . .ii ,. _, an or b a_,.I.,Sl _. igyI

S a-yn" the rtiil< e fr (i I.OCAL1.T MADE JOOHOBS Whi BNtdck,. M.StELLANEOUS O ALE GENTL.M.N f(or Two Only RoomPn. aL u ll MA0.0s In ao *od take. It. RI I i
In Anm.n I S iMlon t tIae toll; ri th 10 drPlirst 2 la imr. 30 LADY uB ROrYLM E l SCi ln. l f p (ur O*3 aInvre lle H1lml. ot tor 530 prom al p an and euaPtrin you haveha. veaO H.ous. buil t Of to, COr,-. l Go
PPvortl rrm T Tiit'g accptr p*Ia r toy 0 00 a R A InrelHe BC I-E Aud oms 13 Birn. usm 50 0 nd tae I o aa. l o rest. tahines r ooms LaVatOry, r E RD A y
,_ .....______ WYNGLA T. ,H ltAI, CO... A ,, iNK. pr.,-wr. On bpb.. foldn c40 t o | PA"nWAe GUET HOUS E.o( h 12 S .cond S.. .t...o. W. o e..' &ut God1 lv0at hat. .St o omr e. n ol.lery.
SlnrTeUat-loet he fieldoverut e p-- ap r ur .rf Bolr l l r lote,4I10.. OnAe rnlll, praOm. Tl. S QuM n's Parkn Hotelt. Areon"Abl 1 Ma" 1 ar." Id y u H e lt-ook ap e way HtI t I a llo ... I -iy a
Stmly--n. T HoP. n-it,:.S. rtc is rtoby nItl ret ha t heiy Aug 3i .a2t subtree t PhIwO 4k.-AUga. 2' Move in. But In our barta hlr ld vetth tl. Bath. Kitchen, Servants ti
'the dlll ha afin hi. to et their orders l.ARB MTAL LA THE witall I BOARDING ANd R LODINm Barhd.n ---- -Hia Lavmn Fathr, Slams Aunt. Room *nd Watch HUO. M
-- illt for the aho>. i~rocts through 5 ; and10 mo t1 for laU du Inshd profsr'Po ly. Apply Mre. QlMs Adew. LouIS o ILMAN THOMAs i eRoo Healthy GocMabelhin |R___wi___feof
v-- "- a e aUm) Jewtrantar lly. lAen t r e cen Co. w o r 32 Deris twrlm- for odrt partlcul.As. tPly to rtM. coUrBE StrOMt. Ban Fernaido. 'Phone *phone ogoS ofacI S Carlotta t. and se a Both ing.
I-- ean' siatian s Tl ivho, e e71 or f or: mrno, k si.d oraphttneA322 Au0. ,2. -A ug 22. L OMN neat 1- l Brooms Str"ee. &Rovatd Tot l lA TE p' IT tCAS IFY -n td .4 4
st e It e. ne hU lIp... r. errTn.I.nlo. T wirphneCtr ic and... ..art w TTPe WRITARD. RdiOl Iron of- P COMFORTABLn es ROOMS An C..IT...... .. .....D iSr.'... e apn* TOP MLVa lle y ---- '0 II
p Ur P. e --o 4 h rL ae uo--* ---cin---- troi i Natt at Frnando.-Aul. Country C u. B.ch.. lors.pfIerabW. Rin g -- Rosllna at.O. Poaaal!oa f to .000 -- .---- at. a-I C nlt v l
= -Are cash toadvace oaroo '-cd, Essnces....d Ph .... GlobPie sales as modntohaly t want ely w "Gut, liga"Bh sre.'hon I eSTATE -ug.is. (E 1) go acres , p situat....2% M'M po. .. ... ... .... 1 L'o__.ay''- _"_'_'sIIII! 'lned--it

I Basl anAu --- :HIROPfACTiC IVOHN Aug. N 1 P IA. 6 d t 1734 Aug. 12 .eALuTN VIBfrI Road. Sna rz 3 it 2ndI finsueeBt t & to't"
a TO VACAN1 i TlE liR~h~I.~.S- P IN PHTIIGIAN H. reeP. AUS ON PI "Iah. Comrtale---n-Lde Stt., .9d 2y4p P.P.B *u tk.As-dlo M -i* bos"n.....IS) L LAEOuSSAL!
1 I*Vi1.-I IgaI r ec es need Ip to .l. .. iuoilTh< Chhropertic .t...l CCren .C iloue I HOISl. I "i FIiR eD RiEN -5 ...' cu tp lag" Moch ie.. P Ia o NG COa .Se1 Chonlom ACRES.YOU CA .Tl IU01
IS W ANTrMI e d. Rode Aug I y 1. ie Cli Orq ir P C I e A o t are c.arn Apl7 De trt. Aui. NICnelY appi w!, re n Are t' -- t. .-y V ry Co, "w *t e A.rI &i T 5lD
.l!" pRaENCdmd Gyent R al, de T41te Cirpotr ethh 5111,30..1SINroEmRhOMe. FSRnRu N T. t o asntfrdt -4g o ues. pr mr s r, avsh ,ew. e seaa rn- SIt EMad O wIngM acbA L. VPorabl







wageip~. Apply69 uual O Ilton( sden. l'rE CRteiIdr. t lot,, D6524 Mebe I IndttiNFAMr E I burn~tenlitr galena stos~'e mo nth Appy r. Eid aotr. No. abaiI ' io o'l. .....p Grmphoes L os O' ma '-oas *lT n .1t1 le./ uYoboat-from.b-
b~4e be Coatlneriedby iOnl nAy e ,ferts adlo ;ns nh ild4 b i I Hairy i yFURighot.Iparrdng ?IlNIS4HED) BNRAOM Amt~oran lma cott100ga.Ptls, bsty.Deary Beeooe1 brother AlT' anwho depoldingL iN "gec oie O .




KH tlv.x-H P nglIn Au ....;t Ie n .tIA, R ,St.APCie i ur, I Y cubIc feel General E 3ec d A nPrne l StreRetC*m -AU. 18 Martin.ne a rGoa, r.UBn City V er oadt Complet, e w th ellT i u tl/ ACa "s 2


W~~tn 'BPA y M" ^ ,'' ^'^ ^ : '^ ^ ^ p ^ 0 ------------- >c ... I ..r; cib.- B ...... -*. ..... M^ ro ----- !-, rrilln V i -i -
:3 aat ri--laA TxAe.....'...,ey.th. e.ehi t-r th ReII CA T MA. Ctii Ot S t. Whils e wStick, refrNgeratoroandwonelelectr.cioven Providen cashatat e. mdr tu A t
Appre yli.-- .uHe. nru. g lhr Yok 114y iresei.t143N. rTet ..t.. h 4 att ed.ht p LtKs caFrmheea n ESTAT -R Ai S E u. H.i Gpi.D -arod Baro ele and eingbtse, py4 MI 3fSt o ne
Ss t-Aug; 16 !ar:'. tle.. PTH oE 6. MeOLA beR plK. ged Intor ani wall socket. Sin g tly com-

.'.X S I Et of F t. L shr iyn t f 1 ,, -on- of A gT 3.EDtRIC 1 Btrreet. Aellu ard 1 t 'ree Offer Flatd- Po.f ion 3 bedroom w t t ., on 7T4o g, 7 00e-- ar C .rltalntret. Pr he a or 6 2lst l.Au g. t n Servnt I
te-a*lIea nt. 41 C hamps hrs r Ilr>Cr OWNeAU 1 CO"ItE L THE wi h OUa l g'eBA"'IGASSh A*..c A.. h..
Wrkng hoOrT of t t Is o dmo H yr-er,. u,nn Vithetpltd lage. L y. cpnlygrsyouripropendrtyA rumGlMA ,ANeT D sTOA- l d bELSvng TheriN oDSadI Watch' 7


3NRVANTWANT?1) 7 CHIO^ P ODBY heBN Ls0llne. Presersetive. laol. C itrn Arpi d Lee- il Atloll W^Ltl *nd ho Sa iru Fules Whtsevr-onry ObPgtin s.R IC CENM c~n T RE, 22,_t>> > Edwa d I tret- 1s NR ___ o~ f~ y P e S.-
etp pl y Vallnto.rin Iatdeti, l C VAle C R foh e rly Duct of E ai 4r P'"'Il to, thontcd wotier te go roer Stug Jet 3.terar a-neo-t on ofie tnhalo tte S tits ,egl ognlor t .,f2.c-rt'n--ep i4-Burner-Electric- Itove, h.
IA W In esn i C ol, n nt i eri h Vin na.7 re me s o t raDeST d to 73'p ho nte 491 AHERCRQ1.ST64E'T-and2.- 27 N o ...al..e-..lisleoetted

a|r.r Ite et.ASply e .... Its-et... .pad- .. ,1 and Sri1 rn g oh ing
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Jf .AIR _' A ESTA RANTSC 24ANOHN SDTOD S "*"" r rG PIANO, I l ,u h ir at, 6734 uag .0 1.O'C n ort ., Buy' nir nd utk BISCELLANE S . M t. ,o: SA: LKE$ p e-t1ite C all. New Singer hewlnd ... .. -


a-^ A. y .- ,JTenii ,, ui i r.t mm~ept lo rxiK.c. ,.h"p " tn 'w MTa~~. od pl:Cnut "cD oonle* u l ywnetr e o llll Apply. z ll ntil at- I K m n B t n p retll l a --g wl ..e
PS VR 'OTHE TROUBL ptLk em ICI er. TWO NT CONRET fu rLOC .u 4I. m S AM. COONALU Lu#MAS Ivome. oehule to ox lent udtlB.A : 11 .- .
d1TIT CI leet.a 'd 0 P 1 homrx e or .ffm al TeaS R DChlro S'i PEET. SiippiCro Ewn ardtsin ten ree. Otnion lot ted1.-00 No lose-on bdrssewssiet. on I 734 7.2.1 ..Carl CheaSpreet. F atc.h1in Aes, Pae Graln deStr-mAug.0 W ATlBI






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t4tteI rR A N..-- "17. i t tl H ea rgtoodcnditon. h e S to n Jan. tiser 4a 6 Sp-ouealro ison -eae Cu n
Wo.. req d l rof lo r H. R J N iPIA NLOatprl i ov ot rcJ... .Rd.. Stret. all moder.cOCCoIR o atnwo-be Bedronom.tS e n "9:. T TON AANF I 4-Bu rnery Electri Store _ a lote- g sR ,
.Rt .rgn FUR ISHE BUNA L O W. f Arsa Pa Per- i te vleoa R.eir 'HPO S ICT ."o. Baby' Alg Stoc 1t Au 4 e
t t'tfI St eptrn r, t"' m1t 5Tprtar StglI .; iee 1rart.tl4. i Nry ptral e laa.,inn 'bo tc Ih n par rn h c. 2c Pan e ree ChniPr h oIdb PrtorIn i H Yn Aleoe .Y Woodbro ck Is desth ttro s ri ol gLar emr, Ki ng t

any*credentials .n e.h Api. Si IP PI'Ao'. ^. t Wa ...n up l a MODERN BUNGAL'p O Wa Sd y 5 S .. ....tdad i.. ,,h .Aud g I rile t t en i.fo Rlrt tr. iTild !,, iln c t uib. t i't ie ,e 4. ic.feetGenelal.El... .. am. .........r.......ag.. Apply t.tLargo t-tsey e.nPro-at.--t. ... 4 1 ...mbiah oglar y A p t.r s

1 E! I" R TAEI IIF1.ANR M IN X FS ASS S Wo DIt M A S Gl i -HA.:l> <30 I.' IIte m o btihal pat 0 [e g To't t r nS olo Rld i PAl rue 20- reen Slytre et. Alria. pet.t r. b reTrNt e EN o.y 3t rl. s- s ocW l e c an e 3 E. D R O O M. .i w c eaidg rhO R T Hi Q
A-2 opply n re shipw origt" REduA.Chin ramule pr Al, alasalvI FOOTNew uWe refrgeator etd onedlecittric oveQRl0aAl04 0%I (-4 ) Np roiewceBungale 5ow. Lc kPOs 15Baby loSt.tea foreghs.me Vller ors inealed 1So'w ew n




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,tR l ie.ga. Dail C-d e El me 12i. ; i god Rd lo I n llw fyrd ( reyM.ld. I Paretculars i. Bl5OW. 52 Wam I r Ub (or Stree t. PROD$ 374- P A.F Ic o 9 0 7" H5










l ira. ?0 lxfmdpertel -Alc *tTo~c~ "lia'>1:'N Tr iiir lool0 O ,n. l". Vtln< l~ e -i.......... 1. gr( retd.rc elyt.-Hl~nt. renal h'.1 iB 1 0UNl "y wIIImn toU ~ hrlip 14. h-swok e-e O" ~flI ote dBed tImo f fi
S teWt..--Aug .16 .R ED ICK STE .oT, I(neI ar answer ti nto ay'lo il. ..al t.h i, I )rtlclssR A Phone 26.k or O73M.-Aug. 20 ,oe s. B ait ofaer. Eaasterny Market-Agy 1oets

GEERA[!.-4-Wh st e rlettilr Pireet. 'iTtont PHONTE: 4750 L est pro ... '(OW (ttr l ES a'lt I;in Ill ro;ecrs at;'ioti Irn ddEl~l dttTAN of o 4 s" 4." :l~h O'onO~ r Lovely BN gaow Lo n ga etlBNr FltTUATION d, VAC .-ANT, Egg Lawn Incu ator Ona Iflteri
.AR- StRl ,ut c, l,,t ,irwl."ltI t Ill"tie m ,irk0, 1,1011 4.... 1.1. iurne lt.-a Aug.d 28 i *fr tu-Au, U.. 16L- tTET L u OK r eo n G.Srpilk-K. Mi lyKr rayne eally For IDt pa P t ll n I. Apply I MNT ANy CEtE NGt ye p re h elcd the
ESA RN ANir. 4Deo FOODS 1111 o,.--,_ I l- I R WN u BR ar Iolnri ie FaU .s iihUE' ,nSAirec 1.,rbagore,. Ap ond t M D. hr.iaa.. re.e o. fOrO NLAaRe AEpl g4 r fs ulla r 1 mnilal wetul .l ,
Ma'svatTIug 1ICIROP D ItY ML er d Icy. ssne, Cuietatd Clur.I H US t7h tet Sucs illage. FullOparticularsl'a t lof c ulTENNS to l.B erke1y. G and Fota ll' FS ur0tre An e

ANT'Ph ANTEDa2 A i the en< - ,al,,'Hl Ol ..... A .. ... t f .. ..... h ead.. i ng. ee~mtv,i.. .. .. .. .. ..b.els.... ..CitricAc., ',id ...tn l. Apply wihi, th ireeb dr om l.A" frm .t.---an sll, yur1roprtyoubkl lNetom itot es|uppid by S O TINO D on01 3 6 p i g fil dR ~ S im o
NoOIJits hatiSUPer-Nf Oblsleions SEVICEtCEdTEre2t Aug.d strconditioHEW





PU~L .E~rItC lIa lIetote NOr e '"I CstyI&nnt tt Mil k bar 1ot larlie st' oil racaile ihtDes Sonhet. cel M t r iUn.W I all:tnd to a helpr or lde ho usework, ls on t, tm e ,
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PimO Rlh 1'. k. R ltle ltad' I I-k r dl sn OAT ISU2 tel.ae St. troilt All th dI ng, groers atl o-~ltyiri AlI.Eh DEn l ire.NG. l Mer ~ e'EE htINGS l EN ETlAdNME NTS Fia ta.yn Saedles| Road.rc d tst g.t 15rt 1eC Dralu.r in
,B gARRED ROCKAu g. 12'CCFO OT ROK..'ITS. oa~tm'omuy atreeL 1 TWO e N St 5t ONE CCo RETing PectLo y.,5OlCK. i IC e ba l t'IditO ti o ad.- FA cig.ad of Mi Gaum r. gHtOreM ,A ugS t ROOMSrhaNld, xclenUoAR d i1tion. 65 ooddolt-
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! gck an h en. 'PhonNX w l e 69'? reAi t o t ATlF tIIODYC a dA F' TACE At' 4 AKN 2 P I NGt MACHINOE.12 .Sa t egairt &dp in M otSsor u E n. 3 It G1 O W. K nox.uPh ne:0 2-,TF HEAply4PurayOtretR' hon 3 00 S rin -f ll d nt d ro ke
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end yn" N -, tr<,I, totdlrk, Apply Whilebead. 75 Place. Blle Eau R sI, Belmont.--AUg. I4 ond. from trolley 'buses. Private horme, M attress.res.
C, OVY tU0rA.inn)lfir week Cy m dical ]o r, m hl t led ot lha t ll pin.eci t rni l ,, h 1, tt. Q.i.) Ai g r 1 ga __nr. A__I __13, L r ______ _t__r_ y i__ P Paiy lng 5 iu5le. Apply Box ug.7 re ; C p O'
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K FO" ) *AR ...... ... .. e Da Phy4 -4.eON EWfi ,ce"ats model.IT WANTED! SOMEONE NT RS In PROPERTIES FOR -ALE
MUITO O SUFED ALE .. ..TRET 'Phat 7 5. A IS." A'oapuo ic l Dorado Apply Missl EPuby obel7igoS' Creso P3K "- p o ssesiood. pBrtofeaeG a oh-An wood ChT irs: i -
I1D4's nd PHt3h. S.< V ctorta A te. t ,lIe 'CK.M5N 01 C SE DA.' Two SE.T W T I.N i. eA l'r E O LE C 11 Pi leI lnpvO 63 ,,oa,.. Nni 6 EraConn --aAn Ro ad. P- tit i .... -"tC arm en !taNte.iApply R. Alexis. gr, ,,, w ar n edlthat lb.'pro perty N o. a" SI,. V in-S e p arate.'o u GSe winAIFoot
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PIES-a Sotch ? er, elt,5 tes Phone 374 Aug 1. ,Law Mower. 'Phono McKenle. 0 .1 NHW IAIG M* ^ *P > ..n. saltNe. aIrt," the Snprop vrnof Ihoe ud'ersge --urM ner. HO
ug. i. i .. .. .. 7ONE 11:1. IL. MAN In a 01 ondl tn -ltR A. 1. A1 A ltrad Slt.ie ci1\ PERSONAL N C *l In rde r ,bJet On an a tioa houri Kibernew 5oo.
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k.-.rm. ,Ut Au .oR ,A 'il, ' i I, V.~. nm-e <(, ) "iI r l. *""*' i"dii yre. Go.) Postlt laedr *ddoni -At T n nodlclt nCtywt I o f *-- *
1U r ua.1l meel d orl rni Ini / T i. ;K l Cosut J.E S!n Th -. D. cr fo r |FredertDcIk e -.t ..n vhanfti lult s horme t 1 ,
r-A- .; 2." I4.1tie Lioe 1 1 pra' nurl orN El lo) -,,us.sitrWl INDUSTRY LANE. Apply 5 Industry ', BUrgla toUN iN i
e m peral College C lo t --iii i 2", IIA ToN, in tites lar .lt) tte.g'.r aee8treONe BtlN l" pl o M r ,Mon te t- p thly rental: $u23 l i , rUS N ia H ANN oUNC eMoENT S h l o t e.e,
3" 441 Ip 147Sl I AWStree Augl vo-Aui.. a.a Fl- o d P OT EINL R u. OOg.M T Mr ll 1. t 3 n t AU. 2 N 01MN. A MI A D d P O A. t B nL ,
. . ..0) -rhoe gril, $l < ifto tt n Ot C le O N E D l'O I lo i T P I A N.aI 750 w a 1tt9 SW EdIN G H O U SE. 0 A RI0 A 0ten ad iu -oAu5 171. 1edy M o te i ; e t
I f U tor A I. l, A m 7 ott 1n 60 R ed ft I> ci ii H ou es sn d at nd 4,363t t pet TH2 P Ufont lIs hehr bydin ot fieds. t Lhna IT or t CloTred W e g tiLrNnteH aUl faci alE8 h p. w taensT
: ln lr Oa A IN e r 1d.0i N O,,l N, N RO M Lg..; o d, Ms ParfIe ar...t. fTunpu.it, EtT ern Mabt tl, f0n a fta in Inti nea . e id tico a m S nLoTngrr nsibe foe andebr t emxprnlo reproduced as In orlgPn no four N ew Tyres and one old fou: 1 ;I l
i - i ll-i I.- At ).* 4xrf lli(tilll m Ole 1940 MORRIS -i-iTOl CYI. FB A T T I i" a. 23 ida Jrlo A rlta F2rnO.O -wo *
IBARRED .:4 Str, I',,, i $1,700Loo. C. EspI-ei- t 'rd tmlted Ait. 2(4 |e citeio Catled.nor debt, cdte d by my wife Slaa me chand cal prl .Noessi, a ,A utR M1 onl.inghldrtox
Ul at n icol 'Phn e 97 At o 14t l ick di l mee-k, Sea A etnanro. t'l-Anit. ia ttla te LtIH 0-s'raCn ur ving left my care ang hand dtt.OA Nor ftaG P ( den a l l. 1p6 fo Snieg fil
'# I 'A '4rA.NAT1ANIEL4O'CvNNOR1MODaERNoffeeisNreet IS hahool. SStreet u-rot
Atl n her CSBB >lteg ir> cl r' l L i S cnd l, XII t. i D n n s a sc elei n t Ip. 2 x3 ,on 'ith l ii l S till I. PR E R TI ES FO R SAL' o. Rtet io enA July 412 -, 1u4. a M O D Ri N o c alonFo r thre dtop a e ap lya:-t
FS r - ..rlortuC,, M...... ^ V 'X hh ent y.l ",q ii .... b ,,,lM o 3. t Cha .1 y *rs 11'RE"KIHOI PROPERTY ltl Ab r- BAaua la. NU'endo. italsra 'Phone 5202.-Aoug. 21 lia i *-l
mriW Ta. l M iomme. rIncliC Ao g ra"' i K I ..t ,lri tllldl, hr ugtil o Auig. 1 "i iir ad. M ra Apply '*phuoIe 801 -t Aug 17. ERVICES ANk RE PAIR
Ai N FoRNANDt B Oy9'. B tr ion .tt aitJtAO. *li 'N I' lull- dJ ApI. oI l e nf nlt I I*L*$R PIYTdCItR PINp .,n.r I other A* og 44, r
e.! RlOO". l tltll^dflutdntiitl l ,rita. t l r A ,crMIrI I t,, I' AUI 13 tPillS blinlt matial, *BI .l.n.y. Al i9 ,yn P. rtl cIIaVI' STR'ET. San to el nsd THE PUBlIC I M hereby notifid that YOUNG MAN reuIres pratleal teesno; _
ta m or sl a t r 4 L l frl N 1 rs ( l'uyie l. 0 deree *trntrtre by myt1tre. mot d fb Mrom 4 ptm C meall s.n Fori tne. orI R in 5367.
Aug. SS 20 ...... soLaer f -r PA r. IoBatsr 0raIbe *or ay dbt r nref d l repi r dPn7, 1 4bB OBlh 3 hour. I Plng ^ I -R ack. Simmo
0 .ickeris' ""'It're ll lA d, 'activtncs lre rr, 1, a s ,natwmohe sbay r2 uch oso an ies.-A ug. 15orp in -ile
I OComm 4 uleril ut~1u tib 11 IIlt@ and AIllSI. tttitt. l*re I Al 1, ee l P doi tichnimea ~IenIM D nm MUS11.resp n gtagefor nany dHeb or- Ineriad s, orepa r oen d tserv~ing 2to t h ourty seeSu br
AT onight are- ade'Flslih Nr---s.2 Hmy
Sepfai 20 As 4 i t. M i l:Iii ''tildE0l It (14 'Ittt T At's IfPa , 1g OH t teRI4N1 QAug -12,t r- 1. Itrn u rthr .... k l.ciiply .W pho e. S1944. u HI BlT on t.-Ag.P4INOZArmOtOrS oRlSley__'buses._Private__home',_Mattress.__tress';_I______






oAM NARANJIT'Si tAtlloo N. l 4'5.uI tiiitboardinioholseTIAppl' loxAB l, A
m~ltlon aurdi Teuat,.top j it.i., I e Eruneiti. 00 Que Ste Vi giit *_. di'ilt A~lutlo Jrenino ,L :: PROPF.RTY: _w n San Fernando. 19.40 STANDARD TOURUR. 'Pae""
A U T O "'tl.1110.o1P a,55 Slnt I4916 1South Oult I-Aut. It 17. ed t A g1 7.Gu rdia.1--A ugE 15







Ail~ul lffI4VAS.'~ -' tI oli.- CII I*'l.-. li.e .A g t.,!., r rlt} I. I, 1; In, h sie 4 eron ,I n nd Dw lIntn ..._ | F.|1,-A 8
SCommercial M1alt slatOO, D raran tI . 'ilI I': K T I ,CS.lN oR In gulA n tIvu'. ?t'I-1 .l llN I,,' R .TVF 2 Hll W .t.. tig'h ... P1..th.GR ynE nt 4 an J BathI-A l 1 ANXIOUNCE Forgot S mePlt a whore ,
SALE Il 4 It0 i, AA. draitil. lal I drttn -oads, O1- -un_"at ell b. HOUSES FOR REGramnoCit
FORSTrlnv it 5vBURER1,01E urc alofr te-DN NEW HOUSE. aetmdltWNZ:SNON NIRITDinPOETE AfrLhd, paou







LC MA- PA NO E, ONS '# ,. I ,~tu iriic 0l te Sct Ibt tt, . b'PIll,11, M # 41I,76 So (1A.4 i~ Ai THiE PUBLIC is hereby notided that I dern convenlene. Available 1 Itelatt __
r IU i NC H N. A I 'S HU A u ro r tI 4 t- 1 I"e 'Dll alir l Tiiht. O i.ylI tdIti Co in 'Phhone 40.on.. lo o 17 BI 8t cor n s a s l t NO TI E -
U a t-o raA VPR'I.L _TREET. An Fernando. a n lnger under the care nd protec- paying longest term rent In advance.
a mMI HLMAN MmatI triti~! otq/lb)!o tt .INX RI J andt lTwo N S E I H F E (111"C U S hlia N .6Kmtr M in R dP it JC rmy i~an d Eitate.App y I. letxis. nd Wq tewa onedo.hat11h, /ope T r o 4 tin.dawood r-airs:







Hl4$er A .....'.tllCi 1ini 9t K teiCit' l, i st. l ..... ....ti ..ii..t 5,' 2 Ie'; 1 1'S 8tI'M-LLA J W.st receied orgef Ntl,'5 en boIlt welingt .pio.s, Mo-
U t l. goodM tyrea throe 32. 1 Nwb IasOT e s rNeDtl BCTRAtig.Ii. Is* i Co -n e l n 9pl A. P .ot ian &--f t h.at do nTo holde mtyanf bpr ade rt dsed far -Aug. F oot
ie-A l Intli *tl "ilre .it' IE1A "n'Phone' l'iC* -' ll.i 671. T-.ofer Iiled. Robert Don o ern Aa lo Sad debl or debts Contracted y hin, IINFURNISH oD dUNGALOW. m elthy
toI ait cotc Tetrfy.itli un AP 1, uci L awittower. HI U AAP IA~N*C M Perfie. ct4.1 N WI 'lit 13A g.2 :1 baSICS ;9 o l ethIxhoe ne 1th ApI sle,is t htalo seprol Iok f St thegunestgned. w t Mod-e L u (-une







.IH COMMERCIAl DY A NII T aPet Ie A gtE 01,2,1 6ihA 15.donas-- h yrlA- Streetuo. 'Ph ne A .el"a u o r n a. u -
l Up3tV Bua% ire, lreI. (1.. '41 ROk ,U T D IX ntr .. .ON iOllt ANt LAND. 41 l t 9,- erate rental. Bog e I1, *'uardan..
it m Inth$ POld,, trvrei, E D to Que S,r'Pho 1SAILA No i- t rt.- Aug t *o. 1. le Roado. 5i 2 .0 0 00. One ue r i --Au. f11 Au g. 11 ._PW S
--' toecRay o.Ag 7 1 ~ 8REDaTOP a LGTIG LANT A C.uli'tlaYne r.roo;oengaller, servant'sbu mTI Pam notrespnsbe freby witilt~atISylv AlIg.ItMA.KBrass urBowlh, I







sou sn r e al dytorel S .. (HVla O RO re 1Ar 1 P IBI C O Nloe A D.N. B. _AWN I PR .falend L an t l t.010 l lfa .y Tuarrt Utru ta h r.V. AUDRE AU t i ANan W a
PL Ttilet. n ,a Iacn d E IUpedHa l bdnew 3,0 0 o u l and, Land-I lNots rard od he LI T QINERA L
Sfo(terrier AItypist i it'.leR ,1T1 AOi IC 7 go $. 2 ..0 .0.tBt... Ly h Sore. Henr, .tr tAnpl .5..o,00,-. ..0 T 'r. ,uss.T-PBLI. Io,1Os heredb ....r byo borat,4 9 ALE It
e er to. Manager Ideal a ny .1Oe MEDN.V r .ee M aitd, C ion- leue.Valtnc i Ba-Ag. *nonane Aud. er an d L litt r s t. t 52. 4,000.0. am n t mys o f e btI orGdePtsdWhet offers7 Ban.il. 21 Qeea's Park A
A9S-Aug 12 Se-I,'V LuxteiOntilu v nlihu iron tiuStn. io3 SZ lyre. A | Indstr a KOtMAR, B USINESS ---ANNCUNCEMRdTS- ens-Crocker,
R W U I Ht .00.0ue t,,. 0. 0. E ap et, 1. 4 r,,eb Itr a t B, of o ,- . e f m ue..e.S.L lth ". ." A e .. B ry u
rgH un. bTyAM AI fie d nndo A4 I', ;enna Msrkettti41 o'w b sllm~ olpen LAUN ernando. Phone 41.--Aug. o vembe, 1 330 o r fl *i. POSITION WANTED l H l
aahe 1~nclua ro~ma ~ o~ ltee, an5'rlaoee'hons23. 3a'n5111macnr SnenIea fi EOL POhRT. SAbecom A.33







dua Iluillur ivt tho me. Slo t c 'uuldb ingyor. TrIttlltKKW lt A R R I ri __ ________ -AM_____._ 1aa oa (clerk,^, or genrando-l~p ofic wor. lin t
31SIX iY.48 lh l blos lnlll St aF Aeg.1 e Aug. 12.,0.U t C R.meill sa ryo n .A .r
9;S erg S ept eb 4. g To' it i bhl AdptEre d. Apl ytlrnertooA 'i ,u PTO at l 1I t. AndlyA i id tood tier TU. TE UBLIr tN I .is y ot *eb d k eopthatb- in or Wi Bop" al1t1t a.ll fciln l V
MIU 6 '~nmnctl url~ w lh It -dept. 11 b lA T uRcICK EhIlyt. 1un d C A N .oAIRA ugmd Itx possessoos, l2oroduaetmasin amrnoinagt ly iatot theu rtN wTd re-naon dda- -- -- one ol w
_JSj,"^ H I. V IB -.LICC FRICNtO PUMP 000 n. 90 RP. MOTIt C*t._Y A T XR L, a.ntl 23 do* VetteB~uu., BArlNma Bort debts o ntace by- my.pwife Ifo uh y^ m ecaia process o nl highl artsti
AI ilt AAdultC ------------ R.. wl.AD R 0PAIhn' effete rtly aAd quck- BLOpartlCulara apply t D Abyslng Ad t *f pl Box a.hH. Oar
S I T- U cr l ep Typwit- l A lt'r.in Steet7 .I I l- 'Pone 79, oS Fre A er.2-Au! I I*hy 40 Pebroka t roet--dept. 11. ke I do 0d ol ii nt ee- POULTRY AND SUPPLIEdRs t gf
*- 14Arthmeti, dto. prA-ft.'OConnr4ebuingeft yAiIn JOaPH ByNOoI.Icprt d I"se. OrfPAUeal fornr deb ei debt. CIK N COOP 1: m t Legh Nats.
.... I 'he P ,- flo-InA Idia" hetel B" er A2'u I1Rt, C.H.ICKEN^^ FOROALEPat 1|tios Ont TlH o ,^ r f f T ^*
:let C I la lVgien"aPconeit ". "6ug. Au par2x2Sod Oven-Maker. I nI Clifton ll.NA HWater LigMOR. PowerS on rente d y hi, having lSt hIe homel singe 119o.lt ou o,
rn u -or "d Prici.l g I V41' FWT 3 TIRU.. exelenO lre.. C 4A z-moothN, catotoR~roea(FREHLDPlymRootT- Cr anlRomnd' tars.CPhnern-.Au. 5 To Os:O








.AE MU CO O l.. eS itl t hbI L i3W atd.y MTRIIC A y, pA !e8 .-. art- T .S -Aug 22er
Sru'tLU n rE ttePITCH rPINECafdeot her sw Iner t io.dd24 .I. tEdVICE S jun e.144.
A, )P "Y % Y' ;' ,I&,aat rl ptTH P B IC tohrey ai d that Y UNG MAt roqid em r ieby lle ta t
themie~ee l ~ Seclmneloll M101 r AIIXIPAtI- Il sbiR awnd i na t Power aApp Audio0 llrryI III11ol STret anFeT Sn Ferna ndo3, T IP IO .rb nll li m I I I i o yw' r
Iiv"d Ctum noveeo~ ll e rij is l aogh!, 11"I t 1ar eAN M NXl- lhl I t YB !Sreet Aur g. 20 _Pl.a Fed la se', T O n. ApH OUdIon esont l end, Al - I am no t retsponsile or I tany et o n rd l uepai rn d osericing, y2 to or i g-3 7







b -atrakingr Jg thinf tren! lot of land. 17 Coffee- Bre-Scr-4ilyl PH LMATE. RAM JON. ponlet. 'Ph ne 11.-OO A 15tD o Tn ,
re'po"ten, O n r "o. letE .tIi IDdtm eloe.I A ....ma ...CueAN--uRn ite PEReONAalrm4p .Ca
nur1es. 3 SeNX i arla4 tI. -Aug 4eVR0.Ie y tI tre AI nesI tc 1 ci OeS re u nar B O BNV T. mIt l n h t
--voWVA I(* -OI'ferleyPECT I L RE-,or anybAarnetF.fA PppSi. 41 Au 1 8" Fo uta Llly oi.y Pesya.lmg Tiy TE PUB C I s hereby noilnd tha.
PAIRSMRwinding f PowerndSAgdi CMiehol Streetan 'Iarnn condition. 11dtrithecare 4)dp HILsolNMESPINOZAnorMdOIOholdOyR SALa







hIni iti ce offce exerendc --iearu Cii -, o'. An tha.tRI'- iI RA i r y p, y CJ 7 .14 AK 1 ni.
9a1@l ti '. Rdio Dynmo ndsott"Rep5rSI R1conStret. Ban ernndo Ramhares aema8am I rapsgbleforanydebt.r'he avig Isft y cre ad potetl







ami"",.on1r.and o iw.As..(,'I, ILS tCOL 'l-AN 1 ug 1'IAlsin. CrAug. 21 Pundll'4it-A P13ER. I may senate s i nce, 4th prAug st 1 04.l
1;1.reeKNOW EVER? EwARe OFC BLER- D ge MOERN BUNGAla W, l TAII ,Bo T'. I MANIuR m.
" r I gnoran c oo.f..propernEntlsi,WANTE. TO CU? t r igint, lT rI"9bI eOrded2 Y OUR db to, it.- Assessed 5.32.00. I3.o00.0I-d. T.wno-stowNish F oiorevlo CAROOR ru drN e rcaton*,&a
E" gInrasteFst11) W W#0 VSleet. Offi e ,,t&Ilt r 14 a 06 S r e. St.1 2 Re sd e bl 00: R ealo er s 9. IO. BEn HnUSEnuofurniNed s pacB uss'.1

Take . ... dal nls TW ItiN or s -ttal' W 3 S elI. nti e PInIO ph. I- o uRE ARIN, &u iue C FARG ING R e- uswot Stee, $6e 000.00;l ite alden ce Tmy PB LIC. Ris h Jreb m e ta t Im -At g t
IelnS M.in T PORo TA3I.2 .n l' rl).ter i,I Show Room. 40 Pr or. Stret.L n ateo' "'tion to Jlild ttV Sam e addAres.s13.PE E YRLd Tnoo lo casliteyJun City3 with al l mo I
,4;!TIho 44 mih ~im *hoe ;lJ NTig1I. DHUEHbeLto ai, -AUB.LIC. Bao herrebyaMlorughat I drnCovrechemAviabl t enVIGant.









tart N Mot~lli. IIieffeeotreet I-rcawheniseo.eApply-ept. 1 a
Art41Uo 0 2,yr your TRlindi-WotE i, Highest rIepa. IuCtn tre.. oa..." l g Vlgeon ran0 T-PLC Ih byi
SleanAccountat.210 Edard Fow, rh .on1tr:1te1.rnatil. A aUiYneano21NEwLM TRden un alowDwgth a ll i. er under e care and protect pIon gAug. e trrG etOR n advane.U D
I t HiherAN oftin tWO.V N NI t i o t u- .uaia at2slsd AAIro N E H Ouses, SArntu re c F ltIn ear e taieb o iltu Dweti in gSl, n use rt dnoml gF o m y hUa nd.ya eBa Jby land tat I Aam not B .E. ADT ad tt,
-u. .l. ANN toU..att, T...t I ngooln d cIihnll ltRioeContact.I, k l iiAage. et.tatc UdCPiFOrdeor Rittd on lu l. at ltala, ks r epo ib r for debts, co lrnater- by NE S AN NdNO- UNCEMENTS
t Vl o th e aiohitsn ri2 a o Street. IW 'pneaslew IPIset po.A lut Ai.2 :im havi ngt e ll i lnho mes s ee do:Wil ANKETo ERiNG-5. 00." al-
ByIRTS. COMAMERCIA LgDAY torPeMAtire- -r Aug. 2 1 :4,54. b i .l a S t .&h le t t lu j l lF1
meat-fo Upper Buh s ouctret, obrepng 0117 T E VRRE W EL CARRIER ICYMto-'0W. ep._. AEHOSEANERTDHAi atJOS. rae.rntl.Bo 1- ,"Garia-"








,m te l too. a Etic V alidr. T1e1,1 po 534po AN D Nt irc EIATEul arRed. POSS.00ESSION. us, o derse -ug.A.AdI
' Ca 91,I ( R1tac wa! N, 4 SAWMIt L L .Pahfeet 1 rll, id E Lad I.lotsOF Rushwlorth AVNO -AY 1T.A ppyNxlR0"utn.' a-







1 AArC EEe FORelall0 SALE Si 8 ,.-bulotngalow recently cna u tey atep CP a di TME i. RADIr hewih ewee.raOUS ,RFRIGERATO-- FOR ALE
Aua t fotnearV1tam Io rmnll sof. Int poigh, w PUD.IC le hereby notI ed that I AndotherG. EC7. RADIO .o 'Ts-ttls
tot IuSact1`0111114140 Apg.a18.y1andU1aA16)JrrvisrrtreetStree000.Augi.2o
toofIfa"amcaoand aoferSoughteAr odedebts Whalanes PERersNesTll. 21 Qlueen'os 6P2r -"ug.-13 WATE T.
Iahion. Writs igh. Woaters SPLENDI 3 nINeS BI dnrethl I holdmyself r ai ble far debts SPRIN MATTRE SS fory ottAR bedI,
t es iat isesI e oome a nd Ei.etRioT oR U P.oBla.- Mai llRo ad incorneroFernando.'Phonerl c unI Snd tlk teetm, e rtr by himKe.tO ITION W N
"I'll orL.fish ing w BY.t nr lln- Aoes k t, 3 u 13- MA RYA l ERN n od
Ai. R omn esas, JUiii.Ceps at. .RE2OEO iEEOO AD '~.1.a NIOR :ug R. wallree Vals Dmella,









cutting.resident...... .. Brao.ers.. Stre.y.-44 Stre Appol yi co rsmne Ma l) rJ ,iat, e mUBLIJC I hereby notited that I

p o p_._____________________ ptaS RlpulON wi de Ph Aig. 13 salet Ecel Pon B123 am mon ge- nder- .. he care .. an r e- H U E F R R N
at.I T UCK WIT SI tRICII," sLit I aroset Ag. 2.t4 I*







I.d... Post Boa 510h e f loi,6o p ueE DW I t..g. 12HOUSE. docIerkll myslfeneral or ny dets. Wieling tov s Apply A.Aowell,
4al tES iep t I2 tj_._ reib y o.41-1 treed therGE. on. tus T HEt MALT I- DU.E
Do -13 000 t:TUK Ililt1 e P Hl ItICES 16N TU*[PADRS IO wih P i rl $u. possessionApply o inot., Phone SIU THE ereby fmt -aed 40am iiuse.i
StI- tip. 5'Ica*p12nt-uTp wrtPatted cuotl~bi.-tlron. 'Pnone ~iirtst',AER'flringNo.RABOSRMchmond St0reet and h Sue amarticlarsapplnto blesngbrndan tiESTATyEboSteO2E.R0 eEni eEiST
( IihVAihei, dl mn)* Aa eS WITH u lt 11. IdSl eS I.Pr-tspawOfritwrhn .~ dbl otatdbyhr h ~ia etmw N
OM %Is irinaa A T'11,1 40 MODL in ool. Phon '90. Coln FrmeepuAug.2i e forY 40yPmwroe $MaatySpt.ST. INDIANanAGENCYgt hodREALtk6fSO'CLOCK NDD8TPLTK
C4"d -ug 6. amse" Us11I' -111066,1.-A ,% *I aJ .G tPh aiSNN B B.ExpoalStove .tot 5 CPA~EDbU A&__ksua-nes) a naetf dbs(mIce HCKNCO,1 -ot tgam Uf
Mj.1 odm -knh PaCheretwiO b l FCI lteIr eft N. ONEIftlpii G.E..Pone 3 B7AlT.ib2Sit e.. fow ter 4 Moon As00. Bulanus. S M or Ir SaPPtortn incJOtoer 1944. pot* a. 7 6e $iti.Stet- 'PUX. eeS1S
__! __ ll gi' ". l.... .a _- i A u. LTR SD RO~n. KIe i Vamit anotlMtofI" t17 ~FURNSHE .-ESIDANREW BAPISTE840A0N. f lnd I th- ous.-- Hosqisatta-0 f G


VA vLMF,,, "A ,- ...... ^-^V COCKTAIL AV.-q
RHMRi ATORl. ? sli d B OTTlE COOTet e,. Wothing Beach. eiuaag -u.M- i PC....alley Meal.. ........ 3.260
App__K.P...... Aply. iO limdi I a herneby tU th St i C2 Eta. Mund Nevotat COCKTAIL )
EI.--- s len IIn B Il 5 arina Apply Elonger n der theC areS a p20 Ae ---10 O11 14


RA!BileI~ea ..n "a CtNTKNCW.(T. ,,-- S, H^," ... .....~ "^^^^^"' Tp? ------- '-- rt 1- Aen -'^ll I(<
ewfcl iTl .. -j RHOUSRE AND LAND. 17 Bradway Hsom hOLhPT on cimIor. an g tre1 55hsa Jo .. bil. . an



hquaet. Teelts 4506;- -Y^^ Apua^*ris~ 23 f
tIDId. at mdes,~n asgodaa h~aI.-~t ~ 14~ i4ti .any, S ae hldmyself r bl tt ad *t~ge 5. ~fruit and
phone 36* AAppI) .37 St VIncentt street. Baa I' an y dob.at- debts--ew e, ,"bi v_
Otls.K. REFRIGERATOR 4 e,. it. IWO PROPRTIE-3 3A a O.' Olt his me Juon e *
C. u 'mo. 1% ;;" dtl. t"- "--t' l ef unett Meet, o- hm a. ,. oine, JuneApl St.hn andS Ie e hosSm o 1th As V elvet
'11`10fit412 -Aug. 1S Vill ila Aug. 16, U LC I eey n tfid taC i~ m t 4 wg tre. B a ssa~ o lrn tre a en n o p l r Aug. 13Ma..s u s-
'u ELIVA I4l Ust" SIEFRIONRATOR. 51 FINE FREEHOLD PARCEL aof level all t he n y rself noltlbfle fothat I ---H- U-N-U- -------
______tem._____t__________ _Opeba fee t. ecellentatttCocolenSdaeUMsne C.c Roa1, 4e1o Mar- lebt or ldbI cuatres iby m f e
On Mlqel t Curteiu t ekel. 60 MarIne tie. One mile from Four Rouda. Ove ial Glga of gdebts.Pontrate ymy. y "ea
Tlpo CW--AuL. 2t.H acres1`0"tontaek
"@Bud % oosehu m hajtoom o e 1 ELEt" IC ted- tIg~ l. a. 3 vierrt ry suitable for hotisea 00.1 "'av g left my home and protctio l eS p s
TH GEAFr-YMNERAL 9,=1Ctt 19A- ~tu tftOig aalhas niddJuly 31,ui 134o,4.tr is 3BTLE ....
TOR. tu foot., Prtool . -.tect Condion loe, rB. i l e""'a-lne 1*44.OTTLES
PPElCN 0tWlTl RiJ s ad ttio l uf, t Apply i-i -r-a Al reasonable ofter will be eldes C'jLEMSNT, IlPoG RIGGS.
PER """ CENT (t" 0O .N iel oih*4t rtaM hi Tte i r>iNr "''.r-.^^r ,^" C iottl
Uslattktas ng stencies., 01 Hgn Street.ISan,'by na fael "Berinudiii 105 HOOTY street.-Aug 13 AN sit. Pon t MH rvetlb.AM YC SE I2 Bote . ..T
b*1111sado-Aug. Ii.. 16 ug 7 MORTANT AN Cx1T
FREEHOLD PHOPIflTY. Na. It1 Reid Bst-a-Pierre Laundryg-atw-i_ hveb.
Lanet BelFmont. Offers in.wrciong to M. fpleiasure in anamareu thatteySay% MODUERN SIGNS5__________
W&imel-SmttI A Co. Solicitor& Port- -est-abflt hed a depot at L .th ath_ _Slide______"____ll
Spain Aug. ItV, will.he opened to the publ c as fr nt. nco 8'.)
MION DKtiIR. CAS.ADE. Leef- iltI the ITth uly 14.Tb rotaAeO
A tll #-tee Chap oieab le ane d.es T ree wile d .1 -errs Laundry Service, 43 P bilt&tn .aA Fl.S t l o r 1I
RE S r owebets P Ow evalatols: tlitablet tnct ierre Road Icornerlr inte.g- ea i Road
TOSACIO-- peyslyde-tin-See Diolll l !hos Other rsieoded ale sites oa Ild and Chao*StIeeIt. Sa erad P
far reMt futalaad. ---l- lighta.. I atin lr sad l chmu lerroe i aR d Office: Palte.a.m aN
")itby' Apply Eliliaha. Knightsbridge. Baa Farnando=.0 UM-2 "MR
r -,uaast a e.s .-Aug .ITND C am...... OUSE and lANDO h a reet.t t Seae THE PUtI.C is hbt it B U ed that
WHEN M .WAYING IN MT. VINCENI Fr, an "" ,tra lot of land .theue ba be. not hbaing ses or beard sta y h -d & a-un-4k e I. il
stay at l b. e dinhortaio la mel l Itoi e l. o "', m a ll e1 oo s enlen 41G r. ae bend. Da Tel YOUMg. In tho e e11 6O v A M
. ..i.polyt I ,t i, Atpi Ilentoerl Marastnl years, It iS m lay i ltlet i to remarry,
,f; s.cl, .-. ,nS. Cable Msnegri Agenvt ., S ta ltr-l,, ...ia frnand..I lgNNAYO UIJ.*, IS s o st e 6-0 ST. VINCENT STREET
-4 Wai-1Gurdan" tb fth"byeghThe Telijad ?ES-hoggCe*4lftib TIG"Yt"ea g -e~


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